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Originally posted by VirtualParadise
I have noticed the sun seems a bit brighter than usual, I stare at the sun often (only for a few seconds), but I can barely look at it for a second or 2 now without squinting. Well we can all take pictures of the sun, so lets get hunting!!
TO ALL WHO VIDEO/FILM THE SUN: There is a lens anomaly in which a static small orb can appear next to the sun when filming it, and a few of the 'second sun' vids are undoubtedly that, but someone posted a video showing that if you tilt the camera the orb will follow the sun around even though it appears static when moving back and forth or up and down, so if you catch a small static orb next to the sun, tilt the camera to see/prove that it isn't that anomaly.
Originally posted by UrgentInsurgent
reply to post by CLPrime
Jeah I can see your vid.
Mmm, I think there are more variables to this. A laser is concentrated beam. It´s diameter of light is much smaller in relation to the sink, compared to the sun´s diameter to the pool, I don´t know.
But my observation was wrong.
It is the actual laser beam that hits the bottom of the sink and bounces back to create the original reflection.
The secondary reflection is actually the light that comes from the nozzle of the laser that is reflected on the water level, if you know what I mean here.
How this relates or compares to the real life sun pool situation, I´m not sure.
I don´t think a blue pool bottom will reflect as well as a smooth white sink.
I still don´t think the object in the pool vid, or windscreen vid is a reflection.
Originally posted by yets777
reply to post by pazcat
. dont u find it at least abit strange . and for all our minds can comprehend it could be a 5-dimensional planet shifting back.
Originally posted by pazcat
It makes more sense than two suns anyhoo.edit on 7-3-2011 by pazcat because: (no reason given)
Researchers at BRI have noticed a number of problems related to the current theory of precession. While VLBI, laser ranging and other related technologies do a good job at determining the earth’s orientation, the sun’s movement through space has not been coordinated with these findings resulting in unintentional bias of precession inputs. In examining the phenomenon of the precession of the equinox (which was the original impetus for the development of lunisolar precession theory) we have found that a moving solar system model is a simpler way to reproduce the same observable without any of the problems associated with current precession theory. Indeed, elliptical orbit equations have been found to be a better predictor of precession rates than Newcomb's formula, showing far greater accuracy over the last hundred years. Moreover, a moving solar system model appears to solve a number of solar system formation theory problems including the sun's lack of angular momentum. For these reasons, BRI has concluded our sun is most likely part of a long cycle binary system.
The only way the Sun can appear to move around the Earth, and be confirmed by lunar data, is because the Earth is spinning on its axis. Likewise, the only way the Earth’s axis can appear to precess or wobble relative to inertial space, and not wobble relative to the Sun as confirmed by lunar data, is if the solar system (the reference frame that contains the Sun and Earth) is curving through space. Furthermore, the only way the solar system can be curving through space at a rate of 50 arc seconds per year, is if it were gravitationally affected by another very large mass: a companion star.
reply to post by CLPrime
Sunlight is a mixture of seven different colors, whereas Laser light is always of one single color (monochromatic). Sunlight is disorderly whereas laser beam is very orderly (coherent). Sunlight is not parallel whereas laser light runs parallel (collimated).