posted on Jul, 8 2009 @ 02:39 AM
Originally posted by Fiyah333
Look at these disinformation agents... I mean they are totally ignoring the fact that there was solar activity on July 7, after months with no
activity, SO how the hell does a crop circle accurately predict that?????.
Calm down thar fella... cuz youse TOTALLY wrong on this one
Now looky here...
The sunspot did NOT appear on 7/7... Sunspot 1024 appeared on July 5th, 20o9 and actually subsided on Jul 7th... though today it is acting up again
So how can ANYONE use this sunspot to claim anything if it began two days before the 'prediction'
Yesterday, sunspot 1024 took the day off; the fast-growing active region stopped growing and even decayed a little. Today, the sunspot is growing
again. It now measures 125,000 km from end to end, almost as wide as the planet Jupiter. This 3-day movie from the Solar and Heliospheric Observatory
(SOHO) shows recent developments:
Here is the spot from Jul 5th, Jul 6th and Jul 7th
So the circle predicted NOTHING accurately because even this thread was started on 7/7
Largest Sun Spot EVER found Today 7/7/09 - 60 to 80 times size of Earth!
Which is a total lie and should be labeled as such... not only is it NOT the biggest but it started on the 5th two days before all the hoopla
But you guys will still find a way around this won't ya?
which was just an assumption (they made up) in the first place!
You mean like the assumption that this spot started on the 7th? Then explain how it was posted at space weather on the 5th? I suppose the PTB edited
that so they could mess you all up huh?
Just be aware of the bigger picture... that these crop circles accurately predicted solar activity on our Sun at a certain date... something no one
outside of the government would know...
Well space weather knew... I don't think they are government
SOHO knew you know that satellite a million miles from Earth recording the sun daily? They recorded that spot on the 5TH.. not the 7TH
certainly not some hick farmer would know, l
Farmers have internet access too but the farmers aren't making them, just collecting a fee from the makers... as I already showed, some get 100,000
pounds (about 185,000 US) Not bad motivation in my books
OH and I don't think there are any hicks or hillbillies in England
[edit on 8-7-2009 by zorgon]