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ME TEL U NOW PHROPHECY UNCONFIRMED 2 SUPERNOVA EXPLOSIONS JAN 9TH

 
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5 star/pin guys? Important
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Setting aside the fact that no new supernovas have yet been reported for Jan. 9th, do you have any idea how common it is? They're CONSTANTLY finding new ones, often multiple per day! It's not unusual at all, it's a bullshit "prediction" of the normal state of things and even then it hasn't even come true yet!

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And this fall into the timeframe of the global coastal event that the remote viewers supposedly saw.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 19188476


Hopi 2 witness prophecy about living area in space falling out of the sky. Maybe the remote viewers saw the ISS falling into the ocean causing a tsunami?
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Yes something coming in but a lot of speculation about what and of course, when. This may be it the cosmic sonic boom.
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I'm not very familiar with how sound waves travel in space, or what factors might cause these waves to speed up or slow down. The speed of light is much faster than sound, so for us to see these on jan 9th, i dont see how the sound could've had enough time to get the same distance the light even with 4-5 extra months for it to travel. So what underlying factors could increase or decrease the speed of sound wave travel in space?
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I read sound cannot "travel" in space Sound is simply vibrations of particles that travel in a sort of "wave" motion. Since there is no medium (particles of matter) in space, it is not possible for there to be sound.
Sound waves require a medium to travel through. They travel by knocking particles into other particles, causing a vibration to be transmitted.
As outer-space is a vacuum, there is no matter present; this means that there is no medium for sound waves to travel through. Therefore, sound cannot travel in space.

[link to wiki.answers.com]

To answer the question what factors could increase or decrease the speed...some type energy, maybe? idontknow [link to physics.info]

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Ignore the 1 star bandit, very important thread and confirmed phrophecies.bump pigchef
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Bullshit.

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[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Cassiopeia A is known for more than 60 years now, and is very beautiful.

But SN SCP-0401 ( [link to www.bbc.co.uk] and SN 2009ip ( [link to zeenews.india.com] are "new".
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 31686426


Thanks for the correction. Your BBC link is 404'ing. Honestly even if there were only 1 star explosion I think that would be pretty unlikely it would happen on jan 9th.
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Do you know how many new supernovas are seen and discovered on an average day? SN 2009ip isn't new either.
[link to www.rochesterastronomy.org]
Image Credit Date Mag Filter Comments
CHASE 2009/08/26.11 17.9 C Discovery
Nor is SN SCP-0401
[link to www.eurekalert.org]
"Supernova SCP-0401, nicknamed “Mingus,” was collected by the Hubble Space Telescope in 2004"

No supernovas have been reported for January 9th yet, but they probably will be considering that's usually one found nearly every day and often multiple per day.
[link to www.cbat.eps.harvard.edu]
It takes a few days for each discovery to be verified. As of yet though there are no reports of supernovae discovered on January 9th awaiting confirmation.
[link to www.cbat.eps.harvard.edu]
Latest potential discovery was on January 8th.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro

 Quoting: Dr. Astro


Ok so astro is saying those supernova links are misinfo, not even gonna research it i'll just take his word. However you did say there was a potential discovery on the 8th? So phrophecy confirmed +/- 1 day.
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5 star/pin guys? Important
 Quoting: aliensbro


Setting aside the fact that no new supernovas have yet been reported for Jan. 9th, do you have any idea how common it is? They're CONSTANTLY finding new ones, often multiple per day! It's not unusual at all, it's a bullshit "prediction" of the normal state of things and even then it hasn't even come true yet!
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He didn't say we would see a supernova he said 2 stars would explode.
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And this fall into the timeframe of the global coastal event that the remote viewers supposedly saw.
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Hopi 2 witness prophecy about living area in space falling out of the sky. Maybe the remote viewers saw the ISS falling into the ocean causing a tsunami?
 Quoting: aliensbro


ISS could fall from the sky come Feb 15 when asteroid shows its face
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Another coincidence.
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5 star/pin guys? Important
 Quoting: aliensbro


Setting aside the fact that no new supernovas have yet been reported for Jan. 9th, do you have any idea how common it is? They're CONSTANTLY finding new ones, often multiple per day! It's not unusual at all, it's a bullshit "prediction" of the normal state of things and even then it hasn't even come true yet!
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


He didn't say we would see a supernova he said 2 stars would explode.
 Quoting: aliensbro

on 9 january yor astronomers cee 2 star xplode
on 9 january yor astronomers cee 2 star xplode
on 9 january yor astronomers cee 2 star xplode
on 9 january yor astronomers cee 2 star xplode

Happens ALL THE TIME! It's a "prediction" of the normal state of things, and even then it hasn't even come true yet; there are no reports of astronomers seeing any stars explode on January 9th yet.
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5 star/pin guys? Important
 Quoting: aliensbro


Setting aside the fact that no new supernovas have yet been reported for Jan. 9th, do you have any idea how common it is? They're CONSTANTLY finding new ones, often multiple per day! It's not unusual at all, it's a bullshit "prediction" of the normal state of things and even then it hasn't even come true yet!
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


You know that's not just a normal post. He touches on alot of topics astro I know you are not naive. Scientific maybe, but everyone has intuition.
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Do you know how many new supernovas are seen and discovered on an average day? SN 2009ip isn't new either.
[link to www.rochesterastronomy.org]
Image Credit Date Mag Filter Comments
CHASE 2009/08/26.11 17.9 C Discovery
Nor is SN SCP-0401
[link to www.eurekalert.org]
"Supernova SCP-0401, nicknamed “Mingus,” was collected by the Hubble Space Telescope in 2004"

No supernovas have been reported for January 9th yet, but they probably will be considering that's usually one found nearly every day and often multiple per day.
[link to www.cbat.eps.harvard.edu]
It takes a few days for each discovery to be verified. As of yet though there are no reports of supernovae discovered on January 9th awaiting confirmation.
[link to www.cbat.eps.harvard.edu]
Latest potential discovery was on January 8th.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


Yay my favorite debunker is here. hf

Few things to note:
SN 2009ip was only known as a Supernova imposter until very recently.

Also you should have pasted the full quote about SN SCP-0401:
Supernova SCP-0401, nicknamed “Mingus,” was collected by the Hubble Space Telescope in 2004 but could not be positively identified until after the installation of a new camera that serendipitously acquired more data.

So basically, both supernovae are new, as in not verified as supernova before. And the entity (i know it's bs to you but just for the sake of argument) could be talking about news reports from this day.

I'd like to know about dangers connected to a supernova, that field seems badly researched with lots of contradicting info (NASA says within 10 light years is dangerous, some other respected astronomer says ~3,000 lightyears etc.). Also i once read that exploding stars could send directed streams of energy, much like a CME from our sun.
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5 star/pin guys? Important
 Quoting: aliensbro


Setting aside the fact that no new supernovas have yet been reported for Jan. 9th, do you have any idea how common it is? They're CONSTANTLY finding new ones, often multiple per day! It's not unusual at all, it's a bullshit "prediction" of the normal state of things and even then it hasn't even come true yet!
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


He didn't say we would see a supernova he said 2 stars would explode.
 Quoting: aliensbro

on 9 january yor astronomers cee 2 star xplode
on 9 january yor astronomers cee 2 star xplode
on 9 january yor astronomers cee 2 star xplode
on 9 january yor astronomers cee 2 star xplode

Happens ALL THE TIME! It's a "prediction" of the normal state of things, and even then it hasn't even come true yet; there are no reports of astronomers seeing any stars explode on January 9th yet.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


This is just one thing he said out of about 150 bro, the only reason I focused the thread around it is because I thought we had actual links showing they saw stars explode on the 9th. We didn't.
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Do you know how many new supernovas are seen and discovered on an average day? SN 2009ip isn't new either.
[link to www.rochesterastronomy.org]
Image Credit Date Mag Filter Comments
CHASE 2009/08/26.11 17.9 C Discovery
Nor is SN SCP-0401
[link to www.eurekalert.org]
"Supernova SCP-0401, nicknamed “Mingus,” was collected by the Hubble Space Telescope in 2004"

No supernovas have been reported for January 9th yet, but they probably will be considering that's usually one found nearly every day and often multiple per day.
[link to www.cbat.eps.harvard.edu]
It takes a few days for each discovery to be verified. As of yet though there are no reports of supernovae discovered on January 9th awaiting confirmation.
[link to www.cbat.eps.harvard.edu]
Latest potential discovery was on January 8th.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


Yay my favorite debunker is here. hf

Few things to note:
SN 2009ip was only known as a Supernova imposter until very recently.

Also you should have pasted the full quote about SN SCP-0401:
Supernova SCP-0401, nicknamed “Mingus,” was collected by the Hubble Space Telescope in 2004 but could not be positively identified until after the installation of a new camera that serendipitously acquired more data.

So basically, both supernovae are new, as in not verified as supernova before. And the entity (i know it's bs to you but just for the sake of argument) could be talking about news reports from this day.

I'd like to know about dangers connected to a supernova, that field seems badly researched with lots of contradicting info (NASA says within 10 light years is dangerous, some other respected astronomer says ~3,000 lightyears etc.). Also i once read that exploding stars could send directed streams of energy, much like a CME from our sun.
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Astro's world is black & white, he has good intentions though.
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you people will believe anything.
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5 star/pin guys? Important
 Quoting: aliensbro


Setting aside the fact that no new supernovas have yet been reported for Jan. 9th, do you have any idea how common it is? They're CONSTANTLY finding new ones, often multiple per day! It's not unusual at all, it's a bullshit "prediction" of the normal state of things and even then it hasn't even come true yet!
 Quoting: Dr. Astro

I can accept that. But normally new found supernovae aren't reported in the news, unless they're special. Both seem to be.
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Not gonna argue astros definition of a new supernova, as the phrase "yor astronomers see 2 star explode" is very vague and doesn't really require a specified explanation
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Ignore the 1 star bandit, very important thread and confirmed phrophecies.bump pigchef
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Bullshit.

...


Thanks for the correction. Your BBC link is 404'ing. Honestly even if there were only 1 star explosion I think that would be pretty unlikely it would happen on jan 9th.
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Do you know how many new supernovas are seen and discovered on an average day? SN 2009ip isn't new either.
[link to www.rochesterastronomy.org]
Image Credit Date Mag Filter Comments
CHASE 2009/08/26.11 17.9 C Discovery
Nor is SN SCP-0401
[link to www.eurekalert.org]
"Supernova SCP-0401, nicknamed “Mingus,” was collected by the Hubble Space Telescope in 2004"

No supernovas have been reported for January 9th yet, but they probably will be considering that's usually one found nearly every day and often multiple per day.
[link to www.cbat.eps.harvard.edu]
It takes a few days for each discovery to be verified. As of yet though there are no reports of supernovae discovered on January 9th awaiting confirmation.
[link to www.cbat.eps.harvard.edu]
Latest potential discovery was on January 8th.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro

 Quoting: Dr. Astro


Ok so astro is saying those supernova links are misinfo, not even gonna research it i'll just take his word. However you did say there was a potential discovery on the 8th? So phrophecy confirmed +/- 1 day.
 Quoting: aliensbro


headbash
Wow, way to miss the point. No, that is not "prophecy confirmed" that's "prophecy is a giant fucking fail despite it being a routine occurance!" SUPERNOVAE ARE DISCOVERED ALL THE TIME, DAY IN, DAY OUT! If anything it'd be slightly more unsual for there NOT to be at least one supernova discovered on any given day. In 2011 for example there were 888 supernovae discovered. That's what, slightly more than 2 per day on average? So he "predicted" an average day and thus far it's still a fucking fail.
[link to www.rochesterastronomy.org]
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5 star/pin guys? Important
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Setting aside the fact that no new supernovas have yet been reported for Jan. 9th, do you have any idea how common it is? They're CONSTANTLY finding new ones, often multiple per day! It's not unusual at all, it's a bullshit "prediction" of the normal state of things and even then it hasn't even come true yet!
 Quoting: Dr. Astro

I can accept that. But normally new found supernovae aren't reported in the news, unless they're special. Both seem to be.
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Neither of the ones mentioned were discovered in 2013, let alone on January 9th.
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Ignore the 1 star bandit, very important thread and confirmed phrophecies.bump pigchef
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Bullshit.

...


Do you know how many new supernovas are seen and discovered on an average day? SN 2009ip isn't new either.
[link to www.rochesterastronomy.org]
Image Credit Date Mag Filter Comments
CHASE 2009/08/26.11 17.9 C Discovery
Nor is SN SCP-0401
[link to www.eurekalert.org]
"Supernova SCP-0401, nicknamed “Mingus,” was collected by the Hubble Space Telescope in 2004"

No supernovas have been reported for January 9th yet, but they probably will be considering that's usually one found nearly every day and often multiple per day.
[link to www.cbat.eps.harvard.edu]
It takes a few days for each discovery to be verified. As of yet though there are no reports of supernovae discovered on January 9th awaiting confirmation.
[link to www.cbat.eps.harvard.edu]
Latest potential discovery was on January 8th.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro

 Quoting: Dr. Astro


Ok so astro is saying those supernova links are misinfo, not even gonna research it i'll just take his word. However you did say there was a potential discovery on the 8th? So phrophecy confirmed +/- 1 day.
 Quoting: aliensbro


headbash
Wow, way to miss the point. No, that is not "prophecy confirmed" that's "prophecy is a giant fucking fail despite it being a routine occurance!" SUPERNOVAE ARE DISCOVERED ALL THE TIME, DAY IN, DAY OUT! If anything it'd be slightly more unsual for there NOT to be at least one supernova discovered on any given day. In 2011 for example there were 888 supernovae discovered. That's what, slightly more than 2 per day on average? So he "predicted" an average day and thus far it's still a fucking fail.
[link to www.rochesterastronomy.org]
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


Who's to say he meant supernova? Maybe he literally meant we would witness them explode? Black & white and way too serious for a phrophecy thread bro.
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Forget the 1 line about stars.. And read the rest of his thread, and his BEZERK thread, and if you can honestly say you don't see anything interesting in it then there's not much else to say
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i had the same vision ..i just dont brag bout it
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me sory 4 have to tel u this bad news ok sory
but elders give some beter news also
elders have problem calculate where yor sun wil be position when wave hits
if earth is behind sun when wave hit earth sufering wil be much les ok
sun wil absorb much damage
but then sun damge wil have efect tranfer on earth also but not as big if not behind sun
elders not al agree but many say earth wil be behind sun so this some good news ok
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i had the same vision ..i just dont brag bout it
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Are these fake? I'm assuming so
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Do you know how many new supernovas are seen and discovered on an average day? SN 2009ip isn't new either.
[link to www.rochesterastronomy.org]
Image Credit Date Mag Filter Comments
CHASE 2009/08/26.11 17.9 C Discovery
Nor is SN SCP-0401
[link to www.eurekalert.org]
"Supernova SCP-0401, nicknamed “Mingus,” was collected by the Hubble Space Telescope in 2004"

No supernovas have been reported for January 9th yet, but they probably will be considering that's usually one found nearly every day and often multiple per day.
[link to www.cbat.eps.harvard.edu]
It takes a few days for each discovery to be verified. As of yet though there are no reports of supernovae discovered on January 9th awaiting confirmation.
[link to www.cbat.eps.harvard.edu]
Latest potential discovery was on January 8th.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


Yay my favorite debunker is here. hf

Few things to note:
SN 2009ip was only known as a Supernova imposter until very recently.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 31686426

You know what 2009 means? It was found in 2009. Not January 9th, 2013.
Also you should have pasted the full quote about SN SCP-0401:
Supernova SCP-0401, nicknamed “Mingus,” was collected by the Hubble Space Telescope in 2004 but could not be positively identified until after the installation of a new camera that serendipitously acquired more data.
 Quoting: AC

You're reaching, really really reaching. Worse, it wasn't seen on January 9th:
[link to www.stsci.edu]
It was seen prior to that and the story is just now being published.
So basically, both supernovae are new, as in not verified as supernova before.
 Quoting: AC

They're not new, both were suspected discoveries and were seen long before now, the claim was that they would be seen specifically on January 9th.
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Bullshit.

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 Quoting: Dr. Astro


Ok so astro is saying those supernova links are misinfo, not even gonna research it i'll just take his word. However you did say there was a potential discovery on the 8th? So phrophecy confirmed +/- 1 day.
 Quoting: aliensbro


headbash
Wow, way to miss the point. No, that is not "prophecy confirmed" that's "prophecy is a giant fucking fail despite it being a routine occurance!" SUPERNOVAE ARE DISCOVERED ALL THE TIME, DAY IN, DAY OUT! If anything it'd be slightly more unsual for there NOT to be at least one supernova discovered on any given day. In 2011 for example there were 888 supernovae discovered. That's what, slightly more than 2 per day on average? So he "predicted" an average day and thus far it's still a fucking fail.
[link to www.rochesterastronomy.org]
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


Who's to say he meant supernova? Maybe he literally meant we would witness them explode? Black & white and way too serious for a phrophecy thread bro.
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Holy shit, do you even know what the word supernova means?! THAT'S WHAT A SUPERNOVA IS! YOU YOURSELF TRIED TO USE OLD SUPERNOVAE AS CONFIRMATION!
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Either way, if supernova are seen everyday as astro stated, this is not a line of phrophecy you would want to give credibility too. Star explosions were but a very small part of the vast library of information he has.
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Either way, if supernova are seen everyday as astro stated, this is not a line of phrophecy you would want to give credibility too. Star explosions were but a very small part of the vast library of information he has.
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The level of confirmation bias on this thread is reaching astronomical levels.
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Ok so astro is saying those supernova links are misinfo, not even gonna research it i'll just take his word. However you did say there was a potential discovery on the 8th? So phrophecy confirmed +/- 1 day.
 Quoting: aliensbro


headbash
Wow, way to miss the point. No, that is not "prophecy confirmed" that's "prophecy is a giant fucking fail despite it being a routine occurance!" SUPERNOVAE ARE DISCOVERED ALL THE TIME, DAY IN, DAY OUT! If anything it'd be slightly more unsual for there NOT to be at least one supernova discovered on any given day. In 2011 for example there were 888 supernovae discovered. That's what, slightly more than 2 per day on average? So he "predicted" an average day and thus far it's still a fucking fail.
[link to www.rochesterastronomy.org]
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


Who's to say he meant supernova? Maybe he literally meant we would witness them explode? Black & white and way too serious for a phrophecy thread bro.
 Quoting: aliensbro


Holy shit, do you even know what the word supernova means?! THAT'S WHAT A SUPERNOVA IS! YOU YOURSELF TRIED TO USE OLD SUPERNOVAE AS CONFIRMATION!
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


Explode in real time astro not view the remnants of something that happened lightyears away. jesus christ go to the store and buy a box of crayolas and color in your black and white world.
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Isn't this rehashing one post from 2007-8?
I feel like I remember this OP from back then.

Anyway, give me a timeline spanning 50 years and I'll tell you that the chances of something meaningful happening on may 15th are very high.
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Re: ME TEL U NOW PHROPHECY UNCONFIRMED 2 SUPERNOVA EXPLOSIONS JAN 9TH
5 star/pin guys? Important
 Quoting: aliensbro


Setting aside the fact that no new supernovas have yet been reported for Jan. 9th, do you have any idea how common it is? They're CONSTANTLY finding new ones, often multiple per day! It's not unusual at all, it's a bullshit "prediction" of the normal state of things and even then it hasn't even come true yet!
 Quoting: Dr. Astro

I can accept that. But normally new found supernovae aren't reported in the news, unless they're special. Both seem to be.
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Neither of the ones mentioned were discovered in 2013, let alone on January 9th.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro

But only now the press reports it.
Also, technically astroonomers are seeing the stars explode. Seein doesn't equal discovering.

But yeah, no time to panic yet, unless Mandela or Bush Sr. or Thatcher or someone else mentioned in the original thread dies.
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Re: ME TEL U NOW PHROPHECY UNCONFIRMED 2 SUPERNOVA EXPLOSIONS JAN 9TH
Either way, if supernova are seen everyday as astro stated, this is not a line of phrophecy you would want to give credibility too. Star explosions were but a very small part of the vast library of information he has.
 Quoting: aliensbro


The level of confirmation bias on this thread is reaching astronomical levels.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


Quite frankly I think you just like to hear yourself talk. As no one here is seriously debating a phrophecy it's a simple topic for conversation astro. No need to pull out your textbook.
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Re: ME TEL U NOW PHROPHECY UNCONFIRMED 2 SUPERNOVA EXPLOSIONS JAN 9TH
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