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Everybody Loves a Final Countdown

 
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A comet hit the sun?
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That's not a nice comet. No hitting.
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The sun is the honey badger of celestial objects.

honeybadger
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The big flares and cme's always seem to miss earth. Arrows from the sun are aimed well, good shot that Apollo

Massive solar flare to bring chaos, inflict $2 trillion in damage – bank's 'outrageous' prediction

Danish Saxo Bank, famous for making ‘outrageous’ predictions published each December, and not meant to be taken seriously, has once again astonished humanity with its annual forecast.

According to the Copenhagen-based financial institution, the upcoming year is set to be marked with X-Class solar flare that will evoke absolute chaos across the globe.

Although the bank's predictions are meant to be taken lightheartedly, Saxo Bank occasionally gets it right. Last year the Danish bank correctly predicted the collapse of Bitcoin.


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shit

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Gratitude...

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*gives cookie*

You've learned about looping.

Good work. Now figure out how to break your loop.
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I learn faster than you. peace
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*gives cookie*

You've learned about looping.

Good work. Now figure out how to break your loop.
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I let you into my house.

*gives cookie back with no jokes whatsoever*

Stay away, or get shit on.
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shit

I learn faster than you. peace
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*gives cookie*

You've learned about looping.

Good work. Now figure out how to break your loop.
 Quoting: Zer0Phi


I let you into my house.

*gives cookie back with no jokes whatsoever*

Stay away, or get shit on.
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You want so desperately to be me.

It's sad to watch you in this state.

*pats head*
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moshpit
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That's not a nice comet. No hitting.
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The sun is the honey badger of celestial objects.

honeybadger
 Quoting: Zer0Phi


The big flares and cme's always seem to miss earth. Arrows from the sun are aimed well, good shot that Apollo

Massive solar flare to bring chaos, inflict $2 trillion in damage – bank's 'outrageous' prediction

Danish Saxo Bank, famous for making ‘outrageous’ predictions published each December, and not meant to be taken seriously, has once again astonished humanity with its annual forecast.

According to the Copenhagen-based financial institution, the upcoming year is set to be marked with X-Class solar flare that will evoke absolute chaos across the globe.

Although the bank's predictions are meant to be taken lightheartedly, Saxo Bank occasionally gets it right. Last year the Danish bank correctly predicted the collapse of Bitcoin.


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Speaking of the sun...

Some interesting solar plasma stream right now.
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Speaking of the sun...

Some interesting solar plasma stream right now.
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What is interesting about it?

Do you know if there are any stats on cme's or if anyone keeps track of them?

I say there will be many major fireworks in the next 12 months despite the solar minimum
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Speaking of the sun...

Some interesting solar plasma stream right now.
 Quoting: Zer0Phi


What is interesting about it?

Do you know if there are any stats on cme's or if anyone keeps track of them?

I say there will be many major fireworks in the next 12 months despite the solar minimum
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Just a little plasma bump. It came in like a CME. Not likely to go into geomagnetic storm.

I don't know where the stats would be, but I am sure someone has them.

It's just that it's hard to count such things as we only tend to talk about the earth facing side of the sun in a time when we can watch it from different angles.

It's a lot easier to get a solar flare count because there is at least a way to quantify it by solar flare size.
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Speaking of the sun...

Some interesting solar plasma stream right now.
 Quoting: Zer0Phi


What is interesting about it?

Do you know if there are any stats on cme's or if anyone keeps track of them?

I say there will be many major fireworks in the next 12 months despite the solar minimum
 Quoting: xenophon


Just a little plasma bump. It came in like a CME. Not likely to go into geomagnetic storm.

I don't know where the stats would be, but I am sure someone has them.

It's just that it's hard to count such things as we only tend to talk about the earth facing side of the sun in a time when we can watch it from different angles.

It's a lot easier to get a solar flare count because there is at least a way to quantify it by solar flare size.
 Quoting: Zer0Phi


Cheers

Don't you think that cme's are just as important as flares when assessing solar activity?
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Speaking of the sun...

Some interesting solar plasma stream right now.
 Quoting: Zer0Phi


What is interesting about it?

Do you know if there are any stats on cme's or if anyone keeps track of them?

I say there will be many major fireworks in the next 12 months despite the solar minimum
 Quoting: xenophon


Just a little plasma bump. It came in like a CME. Not likely to go into geomagnetic storm.

I don't know where the stats would be, but I am sure someone has them.

It's just that it's hard to count such things as we only tend to talk about the earth facing side of the sun in a time when we can watch it from different angles.

It's a lot easier to get a solar flare count because there is at least a way to quantify it by solar flare size.
 Quoting: Zer0Phi


Cheers

Don't you think that cme's are just as important as flares when assessing solar activity?
 Quoting: xenophon


Sure I do. But not every flare will have a CME, and not every CME will have a flare/sun spot.

The NOAA, and NASA CME prediction models both kinda suck.

The CME is the dangerous part, but we don't have the satellite network we need to track them in 4d space.

99% of the time the two are related, making solar flares a good enough indicator of earth directed danger.
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What is interesting about it?

Do you know if there are any stats on cme's or if anyone keeps track of them?

I say there will be many major fireworks in the next 12 months despite the solar minimum
 Quoting: xenophon


Just a little plasma bump. It came in like a CME. Not likely to go into geomagnetic storm.

I don't know where the stats would be, but I am sure someone has them.

It's just that it's hard to count such things as we only tend to talk about the earth facing side of the sun in a time when we can watch it from different angles.

It's a lot easier to get a solar flare count because there is at least a way to quantify it by solar flare size.
 Quoting: Zer0Phi


Cheers

Don't you think that cme's are just as important as flares when assessing solar activity?
 Quoting: xenophon


Sure I do. But not every flare will have a CME, and not every CME will have a flare/sun spot.

The NOAA, and NASA CME prediction models both kinda suck.

The CME is the dangerous part, but we don't have the satellite network we need to track them in 4d space.

99% of the time the two are related, making solar flares a good enough indicator of earth directed danger.
 Quoting: Zer0Phi


Fair enough

I used to monitor the videos around 2011/2013 and there were quite a few cme's without flares from what I can remember
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So what is special about iridium besides rarity?
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So what is special about iridium besides rarity?
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It's fun to say?


Can you define the scope of your question?

You mean elemental iridium on the planet earth?
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Just a little plasma bump. It came in like a CME. Not likely to go into geomagnetic storm.

I don't know where the stats would be, but I am sure someone has them.

It's just that it's hard to count such things as we only tend to talk about the earth facing side of the sun in a time when we can watch it from different angles.

It's a lot easier to get a solar flare count because there is at least a way to quantify it by solar flare size.
 Quoting: Zer0Phi


Cheers

Don't you think that cme's are just as important as flares when assessing solar activity?
 Quoting: xenophon


Sure I do. But not every flare will have a CME, and not every CME will have a flare/sun spot.

The NOAA, and NASA CME prediction models both kinda suck.

The CME is the dangerous part, but we don't have the satellite network we need to track them in 4d space.

99% of the time the two are related, making solar flares a good enough indicator of earth directed danger.
 Quoting: Zer0Phi


Fair enough

I used to monitor the videos around 2011/2013 and there were quite a few cme's without flares from what I can remember
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I'll poke around some and see if I can find you some stats.

It might be some time till we see any big CME's.
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You ever get that feeling like there is iridium in the air?
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This
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You ever get that feeling like there is iridium in the air?
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As I am not a feelings tard the answer your your question is no.
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The depth of your answer is telling.

What I am really trying to say is there is a meteor impact coming. Meteors contain a higher than normal content of iridium.

So you will understand the feeling I speak on soon enough.
 Quoting: Zer0Phi


Or I guess this. Lol
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Cheers

Don't you think that cme's are just as important as flares when assessing solar activity?
 Quoting: xenophon


Sure I do. But not every flare will have a CME, and not every CME will have a flare/sun spot.

The NOAA, and NASA CME prediction models both kinda suck.

The CME is the dangerous part, but we don't have the satellite network we need to track them in 4d space.

99% of the time the two are related, making solar flares a good enough indicator of earth directed danger.
 Quoting: Zer0Phi


Fair enough

I used to monitor the videos around 2011/2013 and there were quite a few cme's without flares from what I can remember
 Quoting: xenophon


I'll poke around some and see if I can find you some stats.

It might be some time till we see any big CME's.
Thread: New data from the Space Weather Prediction Center (SWPC) shows cosmic winter is here.
 Quoting: Zer0Phi


cheers

You have some serious stalker love going...
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Sure I do. But not every flare will have a CME, and not every CME will have a flare/sun spot.

The NOAA, and NASA CME prediction models both kinda suck.

The CME is the dangerous part, but we don't have the satellite network we need to track them in 4d space.

99% of the time the two are related, making solar flares a good enough indicator of earth directed danger.
 Quoting: Zer0Phi


Fair enough

I used to monitor the videos around 2011/2013 and there were quite a few cme's without flares from what I can remember
 Quoting: xenophon


I'll poke around some and see if I can find you some stats.

It might be some time till we see any big CME's.
Thread: New data from the Space Weather Prediction Center (SWPC) shows cosmic winter is here.
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cheers

You have some serious stalker love going...
 Quoting: xenophon


That does happen.

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You ever get that feeling like there is iridium in the air?
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As I am not a feelings tard the answer your your question is no.
 Quoting: Bullshit detector.


The depth of your answer is telling.

What I am really trying to say is there is a meteor impact coming. Meteors contain a higher than normal content of iridium.

So you will understand the feeling I speak on soon enough.
 Quoting: Zer0Phi


Or I guess this. Lol
 Quoting: QuarksandProtons


I'll let you choose which answer you like the best...

Two bright meteors over South America, sonic boom reported
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Two bright meteors over South America, sonic boom reported
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 Quoting: Zer0Phi


Spock
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Close enough I suppose...

Space debris impact: Iridium 70 satellite fuel tank crashes into central California
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Thread: The Iridium Sequence Has Been Loaded
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The truth to why I started talking about Iridium in this thread is behind the magic of the word.

I just picked a word that came to mind and threw it out there to see what would happen.

magic
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As I am not a feelings tard the answer your your question is no.
 Quoting: Bullshit detector.


The depth of your answer is telling.

What I am really trying to say is there is a meteor impact coming. Meteors contain a higher than normal content of iridium.

So you will understand the feeling I speak on soon enough.
 Quoting: Zer0Phi


Or I guess this. Lol
 Quoting: QuarksandProtons


I'll let you choose which answer you like the best...

Two bright meteors over South America, sonic boom reported
[link to watchers.news (secure)]
 Quoting: Zer0Phi


Two bright meteors over South America, sonic boom reported
[link to watchers.news (secure)]
 Quoting: Zer0Phi


Spock
 Quoting: xenophon


Close enough I suppose...

Space debris impact: Iridium 70 satellite fuel tank crashes into central California
[link to watchers.news (secure)]
 Quoting: Zer0Phi


Thread: The Iridium Sequence Has Been Loaded
 Quoting: Zer0Phi


2nd time for hydrazine sulfate as of late. Haven't seen that name in years. Seen it for certain off the books purposes.
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The truth to why I started talking about Iridium in this thread is behind the magic of the word.

I just picked a word that came to mind and threw it out there to see what would happen.

magic
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And here I was looking for physical resonance. Lol

Good to see you and Xen

I hope our Canadian friend V is doing well
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The depth of your answer is telling.

What I am really trying to say is there is a meteor impact coming. Meteors contain a higher than normal content of iridium.

So you will understand the feeling I speak on soon enough.
 Quoting: Zer0Phi


Or I guess this. Lol
 Quoting: QuarksandProtons


I'll let you choose which answer you like the best...

Two bright meteors over South America, sonic boom reported
[link to watchers.news (secure)]
 Quoting: Zer0Phi


...


Spock
 Quoting: xenophon


Close enough I suppose...

Space debris impact: Iridium 70 satellite fuel tank crashes into central California
[link to watchers.news (secure)]
 Quoting: Zer0Phi


Thread: The Iridium Sequence Has Been Loaded
 Quoting: Zer0Phi


2nd time for hydrazine sulfate as of late. Haven't seen that name in years. Seen it for certain off the books purposes.
 Quoting: QuarksandProtons


I must have missed the hydrazine sulfate reference.

From the crashed iridium satellite?
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The truth to why I started talking about Iridium in this thread is behind the magic of the word.

I just picked a word that came to mind and threw it out there to see what would happen.

magic
 Quoting: Zer0Phi


And here I was looking for physical resonance. Lol

Good to see you and Xen

I hope our Canadian friend V is doing well
 Quoting: QuarksandProtons


Do I know a Canadian V?

I've been gone from GLP for 3 years, and 22 different timelines have changed since then.
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Or I guess this. Lol
 Quoting: QuarksandProtons


I'll let you choose which answer you like the best...

Two bright meteors over South America, sonic boom reported
[link to watchers.news (secure)]
 Quoting: Zer0Phi


...


Close enough I suppose...

Space debris impact: Iridium 70 satellite fuel tank crashes into central California
[link to watchers.news (secure)]
 Quoting: Zer0Phi


Thread: The Iridium Sequence Has Been Loaded
 Quoting: Zer0Phi


2nd time for hydrazine sulfate as of late. Haven't seen that name in years. Seen it for certain off the books purposes.
 Quoting: QuarksandProtons


I must have missed the hydrazine sulfate reference.

From the crashed iridium satellite?
 Quoting: Zer0Phi


Yes
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Thread: The Iridium Sequence Has Been Loaded
 Quoting: Zer0Phi


2nd time for hydrazine sulfate as of late. Haven't seen that name in years. Seen it for certain off the books purposes.
 Quoting: QuarksandProtons


I must have missed the hydrazine sulfate reference.

From the crashed iridium satellite?
 Quoting: Zer0Phi


Yes
 Quoting: QuarksandProtons


You know how they speak of the golden age?

I believe we are going into an Iridium age.

An increase of Iridium in the everyday lives due to a meteor impact would change humanity.

Iridium is used in the brain. Up to 5% of a dried brains weight is iridium.
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