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Are we losing our protective atmosphere?

 
TheTruthMonger

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Are we losing our protective atmosphere?
NASA has released an article concerning the recent wave of fireballs observed across the planet, stating:


"This month, some big space rocks have been hitting Earth's atmosphere," says Bill Cooke of NASA's Meteoroid Environment Office. "There have been five or six notable fireballs that might have dropped meteorites around the United States."

It’s not the number of fireballs that has researchers puzzled. So far, fireball counts in February 2012 are about normal. Instead, it's the appearance and trajectory of the fireballs that sets them apart.

"These fireballs are particularly slow and penetrating," explains meteor expert Peter Brown, a physics professor at the University of Western Ontario. "They hit the top of the atmosphere moving slower than 15 km/s, decelerate rapidly, and make it to within 50 km of Earth’s surface."

Normal activity, yet particularly penetrating. What is the explanation for this? NASA doesnt offer one.



So I offer one:


The Earths atmosphere is collapsing! Can it be that it's not really that there are more of these fireballs, but that our atmosphere just isn't protecting Earth as efficiently?

Researchers expected to see a contraction due to a solar minimum, but not this significant.

One explanation may be an increase in carbon dioxide in the atmosphere.

Scientists are mulling over why part of the Earth's atmosphere recently suffered its biggest collapse since records began, and is only now starting to rebound.

The collapse occurred in a region known as the thermosphere, a rarefied layer of the planet's upper atmosphere between 90 and 600 kilometers (56 to 373 miles) above the surface, which shields us from the sun's far and extreme ultra violet (EUV) radiation.

A report in Geophysical Research Letters by a team led by John Emmert from the United States Naval Research Laboratory has found that the thermosphere went through its biggest contraction in 43 years.

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All opinions and theories are welcome! Discuss away!

Last Edited by Thetruthmonger on 02/17/2013 09:56 PM
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Re: Are we losing our protective atmosphere?
I remember as a kid in the 1970s

they use to talk a lot about the ozone layer around the earth and how there were

big holes in it

sometime in the early 1990s

all discussion about the

OZONE LAYER around the earth has been stopped.

No one discusses it any longer.

I think by now

our atmosphere it toast
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another global warming again ? cruise
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Re: Are we losing our protective atmosphere?
This same subject ran through my mind when all this started. Great post op!
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It's happened before. Dinosaurs were too tall for the decreasing atmosphere.

According to Nasta or maybe Nasa, by June of this year if you are over 68 inches tall you will face extinction as well.
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We are at Solar Maximum...
Sooo, I am not sure how you figure we are at Solar minimum.
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It would be real mess if this is true
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bsflag

Cmon... be serious!
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Re: Are we losing our protective atmosphere?
Tell the US to stop "pushing" these rocks toward earth.
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It's happened before. Dinosaurs were too tall for the decreasing atmosphere.

According to Nasta or maybe Nasa, by June of this year if you are over 68 inches tall you will face extinction as well.
 Quoting: Extincted...Bummer 27760252


Humans killed the Dinasaurs. But I heard some are still alive.
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I remember as a kid in the 1970s

they use to talk a lot about the ozone layer around the earth and how there were

big holes in it

sometime in the early 1990s

all discussion about the

OZONE LAYER around the earth has been stopped.

No one discusses it any longer.

I think by now

our atmosphere it toast
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 32538141


Yep and they banned aerosol can's around that time too. Maybe a little later.
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Nevermind the needless holes punched from rockets
and the millions of planes in the sky destroying it
when you can blame Bossy the cow and Primatene inhalers.
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Re: Are we losing our protective atmosphere?
If this is true, we should send large colonies to the moon and Mars!
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A new scam now that the global warming scam has collapsed?
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Temp. Drives co2


Co2 has nothing to do with NASA being a pr front for arms manufacturing.

Who thinks NASA is your pal? Why would you think that?
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We are at Solar Maximum...
Sooo, I am not sure how you figure we are at Solar minimum.
 Quoting: El Tiburon


Did you read the article?
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Re: Are we losing our protective atmosphere?
It would be real mess if this is true
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I'll say!
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Re: Are we losing our protective atmosphere?
1) OP is onto something.

2) NASA is lying. There ARE more meteors than before.
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We are at Solar Maximum...
Sooo, I am not sure how you figure we are at Solar minimum.
 Quoting: El Tiburon


Did you read the article?
 Quoting: TheTruthMonger


It's a minmaximum solar event which happens every other leap year (Think Gregorian), except for maybe this year. You can read about it on the Nasa website which of course is bogus because Nasa was shutdown. I think Good Housekeeping magazine touches on the subject this month along with a tasty Beer Tart recipe.
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Re: Are we losing our protective atmosphere?
We are at Solar Maximum...
Sooo, I am not sure how you figure we are at Solar minimum.
 Quoting: El Tiburon


Did you read the article?
 Quoting: TheTruthMonger


I did, and it contradicts itself.

Maximum = Atmosphere Expansion
minimum- Contraction

I get it...

I'm just saying that we are at a peak of a Solar Maximum.
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Re: Are we losing our protective atmosphere?
Maybe spaceball 1 has changed to megamaid, sucking the air out of druidia.

if we use the swartz, maybe she can go from suck, to blow.
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Aw hell yeah.
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Re: Are we losing our protective atmosphere?
yep.

unless you buy a prius and stop fracking we are all going to die.

don't forget to believe in the church and tithe 10%

the world is trivial as the human neuroconstruct.
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Finally something I win at - I was dodgeball champion in 6th grade! Those who honed their dodgeball skills will be the survivors.

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Re: Are we losing our protective atmosphere?
Earths electromagnetic shield is collapsing. The clouds are much, much lower than they were just a few decades ago. Mankind didn't cause it and can't do a damn thing about it.
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Earths electromagnetic shield is collapsing. The clouds are much, much lower than they were just a few decades ago. Mankind didn't cause it and can't do a damn thing about it.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29658172


you guys are full of shit. maybe we have a shit load of meteors headed in. duh....
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We are at Solar Maximum...
Sooo, I am not sure how you figure we are at Solar minimum.
 Quoting: El Tiburon


Did you read the article?
 Quoting: TheTruthMonger


I did, and it contradicts itself.

Maximum = Atmosphere Expansion
minimum- Contraction

I get it...

I'm just saying that we are at a peak of a Solar Maximum.
 Quoting: El Tiburon


Gotcha. Well yes it is technically supposed to be a solar max but it sure ain't acting like its in a maximum! Especially concerning Earth directed flares and/or sunspots, outside of that outbreak a month or so back.
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Earths electromagnetic shield is collapsing. The clouds are much, much lower than they were just a few decades ago. Mankind didn't cause it and can't do a damn thing about it.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29658172


you guys are full of shit. maybe we have a shit load of meteors headed in. duh....
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 33347038


pigchef
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Re: Are we losing our protective atmosphere?
Earths electromagnetic shield is collapsing. The clouds are much, much lower than they were just a few decades ago. Mankind didn't cause it and can't do a damn thing about it.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29658172


you guys are full of shit. maybe we have a shit load of meteors headed in. duh....
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 33347038


Your full of shit.

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