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Official NASA: The Glow Of A Classic Supernova Will Soon Emerge!

 
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me tell u...when does sound wave arrive?
 Quoting: imjustsayin

never in your lifetime. This thing occurs on some 3 bln light years. If disaster comes it is already here. I think there isn't disaster of such kind, rather of earthly problems that will explode pretty soon and pretty strong
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So, I've read on here that humanity is going to get an accidental overdose of gamma radiation and go through some kind of metamorphasis or ascension. It sounds kind of familiar.


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Sorry retards, but if you read carefully you'll notice NASA states the supernova occurred in another galaxy altogether, meaning you won't see shit.
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So, I've read on here that humanity is going to get an accidental overdose of gamma radiation and go through some kind of metamorphasis or ascension. It sounds kind of familiar.


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Cool! Does this mean we all get our super powers?

I'll have to seriously start thinking of a good super hero name

and costume

hmmmm....

don't laugh - anything is possible ;)
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Astro has a thread about the sun, but he has yet to chime in on this.... Puzzling.
 Quoting: Peter Shill-ing


Maybe his bunker is like a Faraday cage and he cannot receive the info? Or he is stocking up and away from the PC?

Or he knows this time it is undebunkable? (new word!)
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The NASA Astronomy Picture of the Day 08/05/2013 shows the Supernova and says: "as there is a possibility that the glow of a classic supernova will soon emerge."

Namely between the 10th and the 12th of May 2013 ...

[link to gcn.gsfc.nasa.gov]

Explanation: A tremendous explosion has occurred in the nearby universe and major telescopes across Earth and space are investigating. Dubbed GRB 130427A, the gamma-ray burst was first seen by the Earth-orbiting Swift satellite in high energy X-rays and quickly reported down to Earth. Within three minutes, the half-meter ISON telescope in New Mexico found the blast in visible light, noted its extreme brightness, and relayed more exact coordinates.

[link to apod.nasa.gov]
 Quoting: Niemand


I only note space observations. I do not see any mention that the gamma ray burst is earth directed.
 Quoting: imjustsayin


Gamma Rays would be the first to hit and were the first things noted. Probably the gamma rays are already diminished and other spectrum's would be more visible now or later, I would expect.

No one to warn us about Gamma Ray bursts, unless the government decides to set up a system to warn people immediately when the satellites detect them, and I kind of suspect that the government is not interested in doing such warnings.
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The NASA Astronomy Picture of the Day 08/05/2013 shows the Supernova and says: "as there is a possibility that the glow of a classic supernova will soon emerge."

Namely between the 10th and the 12th of May 2013 ...

[link to gcn.gsfc.nasa.gov]

Explanation: A tremendous explosion has occurred in the nearby universe and major telescopes across Earth and space are investigating. Dubbed GRB 130427A, the gamma-ray burst was first seen by the Earth-orbiting Swift satellite in high energy X-rays and quickly reported down to Earth. Within three minutes, the half-meter ISON telescope in New Mexico found the blast in visible light, noted its extreme brightness, and relayed more exact coordinates.

[link to apod.nasa.gov]
 Quoting: Niemand


I only note space observations. I do not see any mention that the gamma ray burst is earth directed.
 Quoting: imjustsayin


Gamma Rays would be the first to hit and were the first things noted. Probably the gamma rays are already diminished and other spectrum's would be more visible now or later, I would expect.

No one to warn us about Gamma Ray bursts, unless the government decides to set up a system to warn people immediately when the satellites detect them, and I kind of suspect that the government is not interested in doing such warnings.
 Quoting: ehecatl


Maybe GLPeers could give the first warning...Watch the politicians around you. Keep track of their comings and goings. If they all head for Denver it is a good hunch the end is near...for the rest of us anyway.

Follow the movings of the rich...kids pulled out of school, businesses closed out of the blue, private planes heading inland.

hornWatch and report it here so we can take heed.sfan captain
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Not sure if this object is relevant?

Taken yesterday, 7th May 2013. Hard to see but it seems to show a red object in Leo, brown dwarf star??

[link to i1354.photobucket.com]

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Not sure if this object is relevant?

Taken yesterday, 7th May 2013. Hard to see but it seems to show a red object in Leo, brown dwarf star??

[link to i1354.photobucket.com]

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Interesting thanks for the pic. Too bad it's about to storm here now, will probably be cloudy for me tonight, was hoping to check out that area of sky tonight.
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Found a article where there seems to be biological prove that a supernova occoured about 2.2 Mill years ago (roughly the time humans developed)

Oceanic sediment contains an iron isotope that ancient bacteria accumulated 2.2 million years ago when debris rained on Earth from a supernova explosion. Shown are the remnants of a much younger supernova remnant, Cassiopeia A, shown in a composite image from three NASA observatories.
[link to www.nanowerk.com]

So a supernova in our neighbourhood left traces on earth, but I dont know if this can relate....
 Quoting: °Lucy°


Makes sense to me, astrophysicists say we are 'star dust', having all the elements that make up the universe. Interesting about the iron isotope, considering we have iron in our blood. TY for the link.
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Sorry retards, but if you read carefully you'll notice NASA states the supernova occurred in another galaxy altogether, meaning you won't see shit.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 39420283


are you suggesting that we don't see things that aren't in our own galaxy? because I'm pretty sure that's FALSE
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What does "we obtain a magnitude expected for the peak of the SN of I = 22 - 23" mean?
 Quoting: Niemand


SN I means SuperNova Type I and the absolute magnitude of a SN (SuperNova) is 19.3 or 5 billion times brighter than the Sun.
 Quoting: Niemand


The absolute magnitude for a Supernova is 19.3 and this had 22-23? How is that possible?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 39514626


Not sure how they are calculating the brightness but here is an example on brightness:
The full Moon has a mean apparent magnitude of –12.74[5] and the Sun has an apparent magnitude of –26.74

To be see by the typical natural eye, it has to be +6.0 or less.

[link to en.wikipedia.org]
 Quoting: whiteangel


OK, so the lower the number of magnitude, the brighter it is...

if human eye can only see +6.0 or better (meaning a lower number,) then we WON'T be seeing this as it's a +22 - +23 in magnitude?
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That is what it looks like to me. That is what isn't making sense with the numbers and yet we are suppose to be able to see it. +22/23 isn't bright at all.
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Supernova explosions may have been responsible for some of the mass extinctions that we see in our historical record. Several times in the past, we know that most living things on Earth all died quite suddenly. Some of these - for example, the dinosaurs - were probably caused by asteroid impacts into the Earth. But some may have been caused by the radiation from a supernova explosion.
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das ist schlecht, ja?
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They mentioned explosion in "nearby universe". WTF can someone PLEASE explain that to me? "Universe"? So are other universes no longer theory?gasp
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Actually, it said in THE nearby Universe - not "a" nearby universe.


Oh, and to those who have been asking -

:tomatoey_doom:
 Quoting: QuantumKev


Hey so yeah its me. So if I said the sound came from THE house next door would that still mean it can from "your" house? Meaning if they use "a nearby universe" or "the nearby universe" it still infers a second universe... or am I just to dooomed to get it? Who is with me?wtf
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Sorry retards, but if you read carefully you'll notice NASA states the supernova occurred in another galaxy altogether, meaning you won't see shit.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 39420283


i see you think in such 2d instead of 3d....ya think the earth is flat huh?
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Re: Official NASA: The Glow Of A Classic Supernova Will Soon Emerge!
helo
me tel u day be4 me have important thing 2 tel u
elders finish calculate they say ok me can tel u this important thing now
so me tel u know in best wordings me have lernt
on 9 january yor astronomers cee 2 star xplode yor line time
this 2 star xplode is part of yor 2nd witnesing prophesy
now u must lisen me very good and lisen warning ok make yorself ready
u know lite travel faster than sound ok yes
on 9 january yor nasas cee lite of 2 star xplode ok yes
elders calculate that from now it is time for sound wave of 2 star xploding
come hit earth anyday soon now
window open from today til end july yor line time for when wave hits
why nasas wait so long 2 tel u on 14 may only about this me not know their reason 4 delay
me lern wording sonicboom
me tel u know what is coming yor way wil be a cosmosonicboom
this sound wave wil change many things and cause big disasters and many sufferings
this sound wavings make comets ignite ok
this sound wavings make moons forget placing ok
this sound wavings make planets lose or change orbit ok
there is no more forgivnes earth this thing is coming
yor leaders get desperat want escape try use cern but make things worsening
but not sure yor leaders try haarp only make earth angry
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
u just be ready in mind spirit and yor body ok
please tel every1 everywhere be ready with body and spirit from today
can 1 u please post this front screen to warn
me also need leve yor line time soon ok
me witnesing completed soon
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Do you have a link to the original post? Thanks
 Quoting: RayGun


Here it is. . .

Thread: me tel u now so u belive me 15 may (Page 133)
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Is this the trigger for this? Thread: DHS insider confirms coming global catastrophe
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me tell u...when does sound wave arrive?
 Quoting: imjustsayin

never in your lifetime. This thing occurs on some 3 bln light years. If disaster comes it is already here. I think there isn't disaster of such kind, rather of earthly problems that will explode pretty soon and pretty strong
 Quoting: Russian guy 24071670


Yes and you realise that an explosion wave propagates in 360 degrees from centre. So a point, say Earth 3.6 billion light years away, would receive only the smallest of a fraction of the energy released.
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They mentioned explosion in "nearby universe". WTF can someone PLEASE explain that to me? "Universe"? So are other universes no longer theory?gasp
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1534352



Actually, it said in THE nearby Universe - not "a" nearby universe.


Oh, and to those who have been asking -

:tomatoey_doom:
 Quoting: QuantumKev


Hey so yeah its me. So if I said the sound came from THE house next door would that still mean it can from "your" house? Meaning if they use "a nearby universe" or "the nearby universe" it still infers a second universe... or am I just to dooomed to get it? Who is with me?wtf
angrynut
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I am with you. My understanding is that we live in a infinite universe and within this universe are billions of galaxies and within those galaxies are billions of solar systems, rogue celestial bodies, gas bodies/space clouds, light waves, energy particles, and things we have not discovered. We don't have the capability to see the end of this universe, if there is one, yet alone the beginning of another. I also believe the Big Bang Theory is bullshit. I think galaxies began with big bangs when stars go supernova but not the universe.
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Haaaa! Stars blowing up for your King Rapophis.
You make me proud of what I am.
Keep blowing as per see!
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You all do realize we get gamma ray bursts all the time, right?? Recently once a week or more. The videos from SO mentions them all the time. Not sure what a stronger GRB would mean but since it isn't that much bigger.

Monitor them from here [link to grb.sonoma.edu]

Here is a video where he mentions the last one.


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They mentioned explosion in "nearby universe". WTF can someone PLEASE explain that to me? "Universe"? So are other universes no longer theory?gasp
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1534352



Actually, it said in THE nearby Universe - not "a" nearby universe.


Oh, and to those who have been asking -

tomatoey_doom
 Quoting: QuantumKev


Hey so yeah its me. So if I said the sound came from THE house next door would that still mean it can from "your" house? Meaning if they use "a nearby universe" or "the nearby universe" it still infers a second universe... or am I just to dooomed to get it? Who is with me?wtf
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I know it says another universe, but I read it as another galaxy.
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I know it says another universe, but I read it as another galaxy.
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NASA probably has college interns writing their press releases.

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Zetas right again.

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So, I've read on here that humanity is going to get an accidental overdose of gamma radiation and go through some kind of metamorphasis or ascension. It sounds kind of familiar.


 Quoting: Ford44


Cool! Does this mean we all get our super powers?

I'll have to seriously start thinking of a good super hero name

and costume

hmmmm....

don't laugh - anything is possible ;)
 Quoting: Rev StarGazer


Hope so.

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What does "we obtain a magnitude expected for the peak of the SN of I = 22 - 23" mean?
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What does "we obtain a magnitude expected for the peak of the SN of I = 22 - 23" mean?
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it means your going to fucking die.
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So, I've read on here that humanity is going to get an accidental overdose of gamma radiation and go through some kind of metamorphasis or ascension. It sounds kind of familiar.


 Quoting: Ford44


Not accidental. From the Divine.

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WRONG, Paradox0910(?) ....... This IS a supernova, where all the material collapses INWARD, PRODUCING a TWO directional NARROW gamma wave burst, that CAN STILL be very intense when it reaches other star systems, like our.

Either your science background in totally inadequate OR you can't comprehend the article, IF you read it ! As they say, you can fix ignorance, but stupid .... ???
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The NASA Astronomy Picture of the Day 08/05/2013 shows the Supernova and says: "as there is a possibility that the glow of a classic supernova will soon emerge."

Namely between the 10th and the 12th of May 2013 ...

[link to gcn.gsfc.nasa.gov]

Explanation: A tremendous explosion has occurred in the nearby universe and major telescopes across Earth and space are investigating. Dubbed GRB 130427A, the gamma-ray burst was first seen by the Earth-orbiting Swift satellite in high energy X-rays and quickly reported down to Earth. Within three minutes, the half-meter ISON telescope in New Mexico found the blast in visible light, noted its extreme brightness, and relayed more exact coordinates.

[link to apod.nasa.gov]
 Quoting: Niemand


I only note space observations. I do not see any mention that the gamma ray burst is earth directed.
 Quoting: imjustsayin


Gamma Rays would be the first to hit and were the first things noted. Probably the gamma rays are already diminished and other spectrum's would be more visible now or later, I would expect.

No one to warn us about Gamma Ray bursts, unless the government decides to set up a system to warn people immediately when the satellites detect them, and I kind of suspect that the government is not interested in doing such warnings.
 Quoting: ehecatl


Maybe GLPeers could give the first warning...Watch the politicians around you. Keep track of their comings and goings. If they all head for Denver it is a good hunch the end is near...for the rest of us anyway.

Follow the movings of the rich...kids pulled out of school, businesses closed out of the blue, private planes heading inland.

hornWatch and report it here so we can take heed.sfan captain
 Quoting: waitn4end


If a gamma or x-ray burst presented enough radiation to be of concern to health it would register clearly on a common geiger counter or dosimeter, like if one has their personal geiger counter on at the time with an alarm and the sensitivity set to perhaps twice normal levels.

Usually these space events only last minutes and the most potentially harmful part is in those first few minutes, and the only way to avoid that would be to leave a device on all the time with alarm, and have some massive earthen or concrete structure to take shelter in immediately.

I love GLP for its sort of "quick news" effect, but I don't think even news on GLP would be quick enough to guard against potential gamma bursts. One would want to know within a minute or less of the beginning of the burst.

There could also be public systems in place in theory, that might work similar to how a nuclear explosion warning system would function.

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