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Originally posted by Legion2112
reply to post by Sky watcher
With all due respect to your faith, that is maddeningly unhelpful...
So has anyone stated or even hypothesized where these gamma bursts are originating from in our galactic core? The purported black hole at its center perhaps?... Until we know for sure, thanks for the heads up and for the love of God keep researching, everyone...
SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory
Jets of particles streaming from black holes in far-away galaxies operate differently than previously thought, according to recent work led by scientists at the Kavli Institute for Particle Astrophysics and Cosmology, jointly located at SLAC and Stanford University. The study, which included data from more than 20 telescopes, reveals that most of the jet's light—gamma rays, the universe's most energetic form of light—is created much farther from the black hole than expected.
Researchers previously thought that the gamma rays must be released near the black hole, close to where the matter flowing into the black hole gives up its energy in the first place. Yet the new results suggest that, like optical light, the gamma rays are emitted relatively far from the black hole. This in turn suggests that the magnetic field lines must somehow help the energy travel far from the black hole before it is released in the form of gamma rays.
Originally posted by gringoboy
All I can comment is bravo; from 9th january 2011, I started a series of threads highlighting these anomalies and a good presentation of images here on page 1 showing the weird behaviour of planet earth as of late, presenting scientists to the extreme to explain each oddity.However this then involves metereologists, oceanologists, cosmologists, astronaulogists, Planetologists, solar dynamicologists, you get the picture.
Well, it seems we are all in for some odd times indeed,if you link to:
You will acquire some visual and audio input that will blow your mind. I hope you enjoy. Obviously some rhetoric involved especially in this one concerning the comet elenin, extreme thread topic; it seems
Elenin is a buzzword that people feel hot about, however, there seems to be inciteful information on new discoveries of comets' electro-magnetic properties.
Thanks, gringo.edit on 5-3-2011 by gringoboy because: (no reason given)
Also, to further your journey down this particular rabbit hole (this is, IMHO, a false flag to draw attention to the real possibility of an "event" in mid to late October which involves Elinin and a recently found new guest to the table...2005 YU55...which arrives just in time for the "11-11-11" prophecies (the actual date is 8/11/2011).
2005YU55 has been documented at about 400 meters/1312 feet in size and inbound at about 15.5 kps/34 672 mph/50 853/sec.
Compare this to Elinin: NO SIZE, and inbound at 23.7 kps/53 015 mph. To make it something to actually relate to (can you actually conceptualize 53 000 mph?), it is 25 918 yards per second...about 260 football fields laid end-to-end PER SECOND.
Now, here is where it gets interesting. It has not exactly been frontpage news in the drive-by media (thanks Rush) that 2005 YU55 will come inside the orbit of the moon. The moon being about 384 403 km/238 857 miles distance from Earth, 2005 YU55 will whiz between the Earth and the Moon at a distance of 315 000 km/201 714 miles. Now, check this out. Do these figures indicate that 2005 YU55 will pass by the Moon at about 69 403 km/43 125 miles distance on 8/NOV/2011? That's only 12 780 605 488 inches. Seems close to me. Just saying...
How about the fact that there is NO evidence of the size of Elinin, but it is described as a comet.
Originally posted by gringoboy
reply to post by thorfourwinds
Very intrigueing linked nasa planetquest.jpl.nasa.gov... software for solar dynamic effects to a planetary body.Wonder if anyboby gets the jist of how relevant solar activity is to our fragile rock.