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Intelligent thoughts on the SOHO spheres.

 
Aleilius
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Intelligent thoughts on the SOHO spheres.
I've thought about this long & hard, and I cannot possibly believe these spheres are metal, or iron as was suggested by another thread. That's bonkers. Iron could NOT withstand such heat. Hell, this individual that mentioned iron, then decided to say it was iron carbide, and while this is a bit more logical, it's still not acceptable.

However, I might be able to believe that these are made from carbonado, or "black diamond" as it's appropriately called. You may put me down as the first to mention this carbonado theory, and I will readily take my claim.

Please read here: [link to en.wikipedia.org]

With this being said, I still believe that the most likely explanation is that these "spheres" are artifacts of some sort. This seems like the most likely explanation. It can be verified by using a solar telescope. It should readily be spotted if one of these spheres passes in front of the sun.

Guys and girls, please remember to think about such things in a rational, and logical manner. This is the way to all truth.

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Re: Intelligent thoughts on the SOHO spheres.
How can you tell at what distance from the sun the objects were? If they were smaller and much closer to SOHO, like asteroids, there would be no problem.
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Re: Intelligent thoughts on the SOHO spheres.
Yes, that's true. I suppose these are quite close, but this is merely an assumption on my part. I'm sure they're much much more closer than Mercury.

We need to determine whether or not these are actually artifacts, or not. The easy way to do this is by using a solar telescope. If they're not seen via a solar telescope, while they're showing on SOHO, then we can assume that these are artifacts of some sort.

I'm wondering how such objects can resist the effects of the sun's gravitational pull. These should be drawn towards it, and immediately vaporized. Maybe if there's some spin to them, but I'm not sure how that can be spotted easily. I'm also thinking that these objects should give off a decent glow, but I'm not seeing this in the images.

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Re: Intelligent thoughts on the SOHO spheres.
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Re: Intelligent thoughts on the SOHO spheres.
Yes, that's true. I suppose these are quite close, but this is merely an assumption on my part. I'm sure they're much much more closer than Mercury.

We need to determine whether or not these are actually artifacts, or not. The easy way to do this is by using a solar telescope. If they're not seen via a solar telescope, while they're showing on SOHO, then we can assume that these are artifacts of some sort.

I'm wondering how such objects can resist the effects of the sun's gravitational pull. These should be drawn towards it, and immediately vaporized. Maybe if there's some spin to them, but I'm not sure how that can be spotted easily.
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I am with you on that ... so far I think they are CCD artefacts, although for someone like me who has no idea about CCD they indeed look weird. I am no expert on this. Fact is that if there are objects and if they are that close to the sun as it appears they would melt if they were made from something known to man.

It would be nice since Phennommennonn is making these interviews on the chat to get an expert from SOHO online.

A Solar telescope would be fine. I remember as a youngling I watched the sun through the binoculars with the eye-shild from my fathers welding machine ... I think is is possible on a clear day to see the spheres (if there) with that simple binocular ... at least I could see sun-spots when I was doing this. At the moment I have no binoculars and no eye-shild ready to look :(

CCD artefacts are still my favourite explaination, since I guess the 100000s hobby astronomers would have talked if they saw the spheres, at least a few of them. There is the guy from mac-hunter sometimes online, he is an expert in CCD imaging ... we might want to get him into the discussion.

Interesting topic !
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Re: Intelligent thoughts on the SOHO spheres.
Yes, that's true. I suppose these are quite close, but this is merely an assumption on my part. I'm sure they're much much more closer than Mercury.

We need to determine whether or not these are actually artifacts, or not. The easy way to do this is by using a solar telescope. If they're not seen via a solar telescope, while they're showing on SOHO, then we can assume that these are artifacts of some sort.

I'm wondering how such objects can resist the effects of the sun's gravitational pull. These should be drawn towards it, and immediately vaporized. Maybe if there's some spin to them, but I'm not sure how that can be spotted easily.


I am with you on that ... so far I think they are CCD artefacts, although for someone like me who has no idea about CCD they indeed look weird. I am no expert on this. Fact is that if there are objects and if they are that close to the sun as it appears they would melt if they were made from something known to man.

It would be nice since Phennommennonn is making these interviews on the chat to get an expert from SOHO online.

A Solar telescope would be fine. I remember as a youngling I watched the sun through the binoculars with the eye-shild from my fathers welding machine ... I think is is possible on a clear day to see the spheres (if there) with that simple binocular ... at least I could see sun-spots when I was doing this. At the moment I have no binoculars and no eye-shild ready to look :(

CCD artefacts are still my favourite explaination, since I guess the 100000s hobby astronomers would have talked if they saw the spheres, at least a few of them. There is the guy from mac-hunter sometimes online, he is an expert in CCD imaging ... we might want to get him into the discussion.

Interesting topic !
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I would be glad to get the input of many of these so called experts!

It would be even better if we could get somebody to carry out the solar telescope experiment when these spheres show up. That would be a sure fire way to confirm, or debunk this whole conspiracy.
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Re: Intelligent thoughts on the SOHO spheres.
I would be glad to get the input of many of these so called experts!

It would be even better if we could get somebody to carry out the solar telescope experiment when these spheres show up. That would be a sure fire way to confirm, or debunk this whole conspiracy.
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