"Today at 17:48:11 UTC (30.09.2009 06:48:11 AM local time at epicentre) an earthquake of magnitude 8.0 and depth 18 km has struck an unpopulated area
in the Samoa Province (population: 0.1 million) in Samoa. "
- Tropical Storm Ketsana report
"As Ketsana moved away, the destruction left behind in the Philippines became more apparent. According to a September 29 report from the BBC, the
death toll in that nation stood at 246 people, and some 450,000 people had been displaced. The storm had also caused 22 deaths in Vietnam."
-Magnitude 7.6 - SOUTHERN SUMATRA, INDONESIA
"Today at 10:16 UTC (05:16 pm local time at epicenter) a major earthquake of magnitude 7.6 and depth 80 km occurred 45 km offshore from Padang
in the highly populated region of Sumatera Barat in Indonesia.
These are some events that took place .. but the important information is the shock waves. It isn't a flaw in the sensor...
Because I couldn't (and still can't) find an explanation to "It" I went back to 2008 and started collecting Information.
One interesting event can be seen at Nasa Stereo Science center - images stereo Cor 1.
I will upload a video.
On the 01.01.2009 something started to change. But only on the 29.01.2009 it is evident. On the 30.01.2009 it realy changes.
Also at the same time we can see in SSC that the stereo ahead Hl1 images start to change. Something is making de Solar activity change. It as been
changing till now. Using the images from 01012009 till now you can see it.
If what we see in the images from the Stereo Cor1 from 30.01.2009 is a flaw in the sensor, then NASA should put another satellit in space ...because
everything is going wrong up there.
All the data that I have, is point to the date 30.01.2009 as the beginning of it. The moment that the "black Thing" started to really affect the sun
and the inner planets.
hmmm, the idea of stereo is that images from both satelites are superimposed together to get the correct image, for size,distance,and location.
since you are only showing the one satelites image it would be great to see the images of both satelites superimposed with one another to get a better
view of this black thing.
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