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Sun pulls a complete 360 on it's axis.

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posted on Nov, 23 2010 @ 03:07 AM
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Too true. You see boys and girls our sun is what we call a differential rotater. What does this mean? Simply put do to is extreme size the "equator" of the sun moves faster than the "polar" areas. This effect in turn causes the magnetic fields of the sun to get bound up, if you will. Imagine the magnetic field as a spring that gets wound way too tightly, something has to give and the fields "snap" and the sun changes magnetic polarity. During this time, when the spring is wound up, this is when you see coronal mass ejections and the like (CMEs are just plasma following bound up magnetic fields). This process happens roughly every 11 years; however, to my knowledge the sun is "late" this cycle and the pole shift isn't supposed to happen till 2013.
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posted on Nov, 23 2010 @ 03:19 AM
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Cool Thread and Interpretation. The Surface of the Sun and the Magnetic dances that occur there do
not necessarily have direct current or conduit to the actual core or axis of the internal positioning and stature
of the Sun. Your lower left positioning point that remains stable draws attention to this.

Digital adjustment at the mainframe is most likely the culprit though.

Comforting to see that folks are paying attention to other things besides the talking heads and their teleprompters.

S&F for you for that



posted on Nov, 23 2010 @ 04:28 AM
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Just wild speculation here (conspiracy-fever from this website is corrupting my thought process, now I see patterns in everything) see this:

Next pole-shift of the sun is scheduled for 2012(or 2013, whatever) according to Nasa: science.nasa.gov...

That was on 2001 in which another pole reversal occured.

Apparently the sun experiences a pole reversal every 11 years, so see this (10.66 years to be exact, oh no hahahaha)

2012: Crazy things the paranoid people expect to happen
2001: WTC
1990: Gulf war (Seems to precipitate all the other ME related incidents later on)
1979: The 1979 energy crisis: en.wikipedia.org... (again, precipitating the current state of things)
1968: Execution of Nguyễn Văn Lém in Saigon. Ends up publicised, which changes the public's opinion against the Vietnam War.
1957: "The city of Santa Clara fell to the combined forces of Che Guevara, Cienfuegos, Revolutionary Directorate (RD) rebels led by Comandantes Rolando Cubela, Juan ("El Mejicano") Abrahantes , and William Alexander Morgan." en.wikipedia.org... Cuban revolution is complete.
1946: The cold war seemingly begins: en.wikipedia.org...
1935: March 16, Adolf Hitler announces german rearmament which violates the Versailles Treaty (and all goes to #)
1924: Final major rebellion agains the Soviet union, thousands die in Georgia: en.wikipedia.org...


Beyond this, i can't find anything significant hahaha.

This is just meant to mix amusement with a little fact, mmkay.

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posted on Nov, 23 2010 @ 05:19 AM
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I'm a photographer and I can tell you that even if the lens rotates it does that to zoom in and out and not rotate the whole view.

And if the whole camera rotates then that black spot would rotate as well coz I'm pretty sure it's stuck on the sensor.



posted on Nov, 23 2010 @ 06:05 AM
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I would have to say that the black mark is just a spec of dirt stuck on the actually Camera itself,
and what appears to be the sun rotating is just the changing of a lense/attempt at cleaning.
Im sure if you just go to NASA's website it will explain, It cannot really be that hard, And if the sun REALLY did a 360 turn, don't you think we would have heard of it by now , by some "experts" etc etc.
Nothing to worry about here.



posted on Nov, 23 2010 @ 06:11 AM
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Originally posted by murfdog
I think the most logical explanation is that the camera lens has an outer lenses shield to protect it from space dust. The outer lens remains fixed while the inner lens is free to rotate and adjust independent of the outer lens. Mystery solved.


I thought I debunked this already back on page one.



posted on Nov, 23 2010 @ 06:51 AM
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No... the Sun didn't turn 360.... neither did the Soho Camera

What you experienced was a Youtube 360



posted on Nov, 23 2010 @ 06:57 AM
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Unfortunately not.

The entire spacecraft spins.



posted on Nov, 23 2010 @ 07:07 AM
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Or im not getting it or im clueless or my brain has not waken up yet (althouh is 2PM here). the sun rotates, once per month, on its axis. the equator rotates a bit faster than the poles.

EDIT ooops sorry I just saw we're talking about a sun pole shift.. Wow, hard to imagine WHY, i'll try to find some reason out

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posted on Nov, 23 2010 @ 07:38 AM
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i put a vid up on a thread few days ago...asking what that black dot was...and the answers i got that it was attached to lense of the camera.....now if that was the case then surely the dot wud have rotated with the camera?....so the dilema is that either that black thing is very real....and is sitting stationary next to the sun...ooooor the sun flipped on it axis

YES! you are right, if the black spot is on the camera and the camera was turned the black spot would follow it. HOWEVER since the sun seems to have flipped upside down but the spot hasn't moved, it just means that the camera was flipped upside down and then the image was flipped again, thus putting the spot where it always was but now the sun looks upside down. Its exactly like this effect where the camera is attached to the floor of a room, but the rooms is actually rotating, you cant tell cos the camera is fixed but it allows for some cool camera tricks. enjoy its a classic.....

Fast forward to 1:00 to avoid some terrible acting and skip straight to the effect!!


As you can see the actor is able to appear upside down whereas every thing else relative to the camera remains fixed, so the objects in the room and the room itself are doing exactly what the black spot would do, remain fixed while the rest of the universe, sun included, goes topsy turvy.
So in my opinion either the sun "got flipped turn upside down" OR the camera has. Since there are no other reference points such as stars in the images it's very difficult to tell which of the above has occurred.

Peace
WCS
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posted on Nov, 23 2010 @ 08:39 AM
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So far, the only post worth mention. You should have went back at least one more though.
1913 - creation of the Federal Reserve and the IRS. This gave the International Banker Cartel world control.





 
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posted on Nov, 23 2010 @ 09:20 AM
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you do realize that if that was an actual rotation, that it would rip the son into dust? Perhaps you can think of it this way. If the Earth rotated that fast, the mountains would be flung into space. If something with a diameter over a thousand times greater did that, take wild guess what happens.

My good people. Do try to use some common sense.



posted on Nov, 23 2010 @ 09:28 AM
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Sorry but if this was something attached to the satellite then it would MOVE with the thing when it re-orientates it self YES?

Ok but it doesn't... Does it LOL ?


Next we have OH ITS JUST A PIXELATION PROBLEM? Really, please take a look at these pictures of frames of the video,
I have watched this video over & over and i cannot explain it, its scared the living daylights out of me to be honest, i really have never been intrested in the entire 2012 debait but this has got me digging


Two Objects? this is evident in a few frames, one object appears to sit behind the large one just tucked in behind the sun


NO OBJECT!,Ohhhh... well these images pretty much blow the pixelation theory out the water & the famous dust on the lense theory


NO OBJECT AGAIN


Funny how all the activity is happening around the object or dust LOL


No Activity in the area = No Visible Object


NOTHING Noverber 04 @14:30


Still Nothing November 04 @15:30


Almost perfectly clear ?


Back Again in a Star Trek beam me up scotty like way LOL, again ?


Theres quite a few frames missing either the satillite moved, the sun vanished, or Nasa edited them out, SIMPLE im no expert but thats my opinion

Oh and it does appear to do a 360 i just can't even begin to explain that



All i no is the weather was very warm for October & November, "World Wide" so i'm now digging for weather, Seem Russia was reporting very mild/hot weather for October with flowers & trees beginning to flower again and flamingos in Siberia LOL, And in Indian USA it was 90 Degrees in October the leaves was all of the trees and it was 90 Degrees COME ON WTF, whats with the world wide October heat wave ay will post all in another reply, something is up end off

Lets not forget Around the same time Oct & Nov there was a blaze of reports "World Wide" that the Moon looks odd or had moved, Needs looking into fether IMO because im very confused right now.
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posted on Nov, 23 2010 @ 09:42 AM
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Good points Brit;
So i wonder which it is. Rotating lens within a lens or objects next to the sun?
I am leaning towards, satellite rotation, with an unknown object next to the sun.
That, to me, is way more plausible than the sun flipping around.
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posted on Nov, 23 2010 @ 09:42 AM
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i stay on idea the viddy was edited
no sense is to rotate the cam & more no sense is to rotate the Sun



posted on Nov, 23 2010 @ 09:52 AM
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Originally posted by Animatrix
Good points Brit;
So i wonder which it is. Rotating lens within a lens or objects next to the sun?


It appears the object is next to the sun, and in some cases MAYBE two objects, im no expert just a logical thinker, the thing that raised alarm bells for me was i was looking into the ODD weather at the same time this video popped up, but i can't find the Video reports i watched on MSM like RT & others ???

I just can't seem to find them on google either at the minute this is puzzled me more maybe im just crap at google & youtube

But yeah this is very odd, the lense & pixelation theorys do not make sense at all it should be there all the time & nothing will record over that error spot but it does when the CMEs pop of and funny enough right next to the object every time they come round, when there is no activity near the object disapears as you would expect,



posted on Nov, 23 2010 @ 09:58 AM
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You sound high in the video. The SOHO's lens was repositioning itself. The black spec is a spec of dust or something behind the lens, but inside SOHO's aperture or screen. The Sun doesn't do flips like that for fun, or you entertainment. Now polish off that bag of Cheeto's, spliff, and that Natty Light you started.



posted on Nov, 23 2010 @ 10:10 AM
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When I first saw this video, I thought nothing of the Sun doing an axis shift because, simply put, the video is rewinding/lens repositioning itself to show he solar flare again. That's all. With all the gear they have observing the camera don't you think this would have been a news headline heard around the world that the sun "shifted"?

Just sayin'



posted on Nov, 23 2010 @ 10:16 AM
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The EVE MEGS-SAM instrument uses a pinhole camera. There is no lens. The fact that this "speck" stays stationary during the HMI roll maneuver most likely means it is on the sensor. I would guess there is some debris on the sensor or a malfunction in the pixels at that location that cause them to read low or top out at a lower than normal threshold. Thus, even when surrounding pixels bloom, this area remains darker.

The fact that it does remain stationary in the frame during the HMI roll maneuver certainly means it is not an external object.



posted on Nov, 23 2010 @ 10:28 AM
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Originally posted by Xterrain
You sound high in the video. The SOHO's lens was repositioning itself. The black spec is a spec of dust or something behind the lens, but inside SOHO's aperture or screen. The Sun doesn't do flips like that for fun, or you entertainment. Now polish off that bag of Cheeto's, spliff, and that Natty Light you started.


No

Look at the pics above again

If that was dirt it would move with the movement of the cam/sataellite as it re-positions its self but it doesn't, the object stays next to the suns bottom left hand side through out the entire video, As the satellite jults about & moves in every direction, its locked in the same place... So does the camera rotate inside the satellite ?

Its 100% not pixelation problems, because that area seems to be fine when there is a CME engulfing the object and thats evident enough above in the pics, people are just throwing anything they can at this without even watching the video, Properly!



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