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Originally posted by Bun-G
The sun blinked off for a split second.
If it was was just me that saw it, i'd of thought that the sun was playing tricks on my eyes, but both myself & my buddy from work saw it.
Originally posted by Megiddodiddo
Could the intense pressures from a Coronal Hole cause the temporary loss of all light, if directly influencing a Person's path?...
an INTERESTING hypothesis I just cognisantly realized... I'm off to do the research!
Originally posted by wylekat
Before I begin, if anyone can come up with a truly astronomical (as in, something in space) explanation, I'd LOVE that.
3:30, Winter park, FL for time and location.
I dont have much more than- well, at 3:30- the sun blinked out 3 times, like someone throwing a light switch. Wife saw it too, so I wasn't stroking or something. In fact, I barely got "did you-" and she went..." uh....did the sun just go on and off?!"
Originally posted by Grifter.be
Like i said earlier, some of us had this kind of experience a few years back. Strange thing was, here in Belgium and the UK we had some light in the night, and in America there where some who said almost at the same time it went dark for a few secs or some fractions of a sec when there was daylight...
Maybe this was the same story, but then again, why are there a few who see this, when there clearly are millions who aught to experience it...