Huge Corona Around the Sun Today - Los Angeles

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posted on Mar, 7 2008 @ 11:29 AM
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You seem to be getting the hang of posting your pics...Kudos WMB!

You got a few subjects rolling around:

1. Sun Coronas
2. Chemtrails
3. Possible? UFO sighting

Know what you have to do now? lolol

Start a new thread!!! Wooohooo!

This is getting interesting...

~Ducky~




posted on Mar, 7 2008 @ 11:40 AM
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I saw it! I saw it! BUT due to my inexperience I am having trouble saving and finding the pic after I enlarged it. I have to actually do some work so I'll work on it and post it then.
I have iphoto and I enlarged it and clicked "done" but I don't know where the final product went to. More investigation.



posted on Mar, 7 2008 @ 11:41 AM
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The circle around the sun is whats known in the meterological world as a halo. The one you photographed is called a 22 degree circular, which is one of the most common of the halo types. It is caused by the refraction of sunlight in ice crystals, found in cirrus and cirrostratus clouds at around 30,000ft in the atmosphere

Nothing unusual about it at all

Great pic to

Link to all the halo types below

www.atoptics.co.uk...



posted on Mar, 7 2008 @ 11:41 AM
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Welcome, wheresmybentonite!

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posted on Mar, 7 2008 @ 11:49 AM
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Oh Ducky, I am getting in DEEP. And I love it!!! I will go through each and every one of the chemtrail/corona pics to see if there are any more silver orbs/ufos. Good thing tomorrow is Saturday. And of course, that's what insomnia is for.

I have a friend who is a scientist who said he'd help get some analysis done on chemtrail samples, as he wants to present this whole mess to his faculty but be fully prepared. He, himself, had noticed them before but didn't give it too much thought. Now, he's rightfully deeply upset and is going to spread the word.

THANK YOU, LEE for pointing this out!

Yes, Ducky, I'll start another thread later. Dang, I hate to leave this but duty calls.



posted on Mar, 7 2008 @ 11:59 AM
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What is interesting about that "trail" is how it twists, almost like a strand of DNA, I do see something in that pic right before the "twist"

Welcome to ATS, one and all!



posted on Mar, 7 2008 @ 12:04 PM
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Dear OzWeatherman,

Thanks for the halo information. I guess it looked even freakier as it was involved with the murky layers of chemtrails. Now, I'll get my terminology correct, at least.
Now, I have a weatherman to consult with! Thanks again!



posted on Mar, 7 2008 @ 12:05 PM
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What is interesting about that "trail" is how it twists, almost like a strand of DNA


YEAH...I noticed that one too. Spiral effect.

What's up with that?

~Ducky~



posted on Mar, 7 2008 @ 12:10 PM
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Grady,

Thanks for the advice re Freshman's Forum. I stopped by there quickly yesterday but I had an overload of ants in my pants to post my pics. I'll go to ATS school and get more proficient at being a good member for my sake and everyone else's.

This stuff is so addicting...I'll have to double up on the gym so my bee-hind doesn't get too big. Now... where are those Oreos?

Best,

WMB



posted on Mar, 7 2008 @ 12:15 PM
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Originally posted by OzWeatherman
The circle around the sun is whats known in the meterological world as a halo. The one you photographed is called a 22 degree circular, which is one of the most common of the halo types. It is caused by the refraction of sunlight in ice crystals, found in cirrus and cirrostratus clouds at around 30,000ft in the atmosphere

Nothing unusual about it at all

Great pic to

Link to all the halo types below

www.atoptics.co.uk...


Yes this is true.

So what's so special about these pictures? I'm confused, is it the trails?



posted on Mar, 7 2008 @ 12:18 PM
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I, too, noticed the "DNA" style. Plus that sun halo --- not corona--- looks like an iris and pupil, a big eye watching us, huh! I have some other pics where I see a few faces. I know, I know. Everyone has picked shapes out of clouds. And a little imagination goes a long way; But be that as it may, I still see faces and I'll post those as soon as I can.



posted on Mar, 7 2008 @ 12:20 PM
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Check out interestedalways post ^^^ up there, then check out the pic.

Spiralling DNA?

~Ducky~



posted on Mar, 7 2008 @ 12:23 PM
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Gotta go bring home the bacon right now...off to work. I'll see you folks this evening!

Have fun WMB! Talk with you soon!

~Ducky~



posted on Mar, 7 2008 @ 12:24 PM
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This is the picture that stuck out for me, did the sun actually have that dark ring around it? It is hard to look at the sun and most people never do, so if you are one to look at the sun, is this really an oddity or does it always have this dark ring to differing degree's ?



posted on Mar, 7 2008 @ 12:27 PM
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Hi Phoenix,

Well, they were mighty unusual to me and I have just recently started researching chemtrails so there you go. I've been an ATS fan for some time now and I wanted to share some cool pix and get some info. And now I have an explanation for it. There's so much to learn here and share. A great many people here are more knowledgeable than I am, so some of my info may seem mundane to some. It's still great getting feedback to encourage more research. I look forward to posting something new to everyone. Now...to find it....

Best,

WMB



posted on Mar, 7 2008 @ 12:28 PM
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Something is so up on the West Coast of America, and I bet it has to do with E.T.'s getting pissed and Government cover ups and red herrings, false flags.
I again think of Dark4knights threads here about signs in the skies. Time to have a plan folks were about to move into the unknown...



posted on Mar, 7 2008 @ 12:28 PM
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Another good point.

I looked at the pic in the site linked by OzWeatherman for comparison but it didn't look anything like this pic so couldn't grab any insight there.

Anyone else have "halo" pics for comparison?

Duckster, don't work to hard!



posted on Mar, 7 2008 @ 12:31 PM
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Originally posted by wheresmybentonite
Hi Phoenix,

Well, they were mighty unusual to me and I have just recently started researching chemtrails so there you go. I've been an ATS fan for some time now and I wanted to share some cool pix and get some info. And now I have an explanation for it. There's so much to learn here and share. A great many people here are more knowledgeable than I am, so some of my info may seem mundane to some. It's still great getting feedback to encourage more research. I look forward to posting something new to everyone. Now...to find it....

Best,

WMB


Yeah it's great, I took some pictures of extra suns before and later found out they are called sun dogs.

By the way, on a full moon's clear night, I think when the air is cold, you might see a full halo around it like this, it's VERY beautiful, when you see it with your own eyes, it is better than any picture can show you, in real life it just looks bigger and better. It's almost identical to your sun one, but the moon is easier to look at with your eyes. The halo is amazing.

Here's some picture I found of it, but trust me it's much better in real life.

home.hiwaay.net...

www.stormvideographer.com...

www.subtend.net...

www.venustransit.pghfree.net...

russian.wunderground.com...

cdn4.libsyn.com...

Interesting stuff.





[edit on 7-3-2008 by _Phoenix_]



posted on Mar, 7 2008 @ 12:38 PM
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Hi Antar,

I looked at the sun through some Revo sunglasses which are made of some super duper UV filtering glass. Not for long, though. And, yes, it looked dark like that. So I just held up my camera and snapped away. I don't know if this is typical of a sun halo or not but I'm guessing the "particulates" in the air certainly affected the density (if that's the right word) and reflectivity and any other meteorological word that applies. Ice crystals, aluminum, barium, all reflective, I believe, and, yes, normal (unfortunately) pollutants (smog) here in L.A.
Plus there was the rainbow-ish effect on the rim of the halo. And then the added bonus of the chemtrails, that big fatty DNA-ish monster. And then it turns out that my pic was "super-sized" ,as Lee pointed out a silver orb. Phew! That enlargement I'll post later when I figure out this iphoto program on my Mac.



posted on Mar, 7 2008 @ 12:39 PM
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Looking at this picture made me think, what if the tragic catastrophes we face will be sun related, look at the crack towards the bottom. It would be interesting if the 'aliens' were to step in and help us with this problem when the solar maximum comes around the year 2011-2012. Now I am just speculating, using my imagination, ok.





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