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Originally posted by ChemBreather
Originally posted by easynow
isn't it kinda impossible for something to bounce off the Sun ?
i am sure that whatever did come that close would be vaporized.
i think it's something shooting by in our atmosphere and has distorted the picture making it appear as if it hit the Sun.
But isnt this footage filmed from space with the SoHo or some other sun research satelites ?
I doubt this is an amatuer video and the people operating it now nothing about what they do.
That is just my spin on it. Like with ufo's, people take for granted that trained pilots just knows how planes look like from the inside, since that is where they sit all day.
Originally posted by Exuberant1
reply to post by zorgon
Perhaps out sun is being used as a part a transportation system.
A real star-gate...
Originally posted by TheStev
Originally posted by LeTanA solar flare? Can a magnetic field make it dart across the sun in a straight line like that? Seriouse question, not trying to sound smart or anything.
I wondered the same thing myself. For a solar flare to be pushed out and pulled back in would create an arc shape, like so many solar flares that we've seen picture of. I would opt for video artifact/light refraction caused by the atmosphere.
But if there are examples on the SOHO site which show a similar straight line I'll be happy to review my opinion
Originally posted by spitefulgod
Looks like heat haze to me, you know the kind you see on hot tarmac, the kind that makes the sun look likes it's wobbling at sunset. lol, it's unbelievable what some conclusions people come up with.
I was also thinking that it could have been filmed onto analogue tape rather than onto a digital format, you see those flickers on old tape recordings all the time.
[edit on 21/1/2009 by spitefulgod]