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The Sun Went Dark? (UPDATED: Possible Eclipse)

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posted on Jun, 1 2011 @ 11:27 PM
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Problem is they clearly state on the FAQ section that to rule out an anomaly you must see at least 3 consecutive images of the same phenomena. Otherwise it is a detection glitch or very local space debris. It's all right there on the very same site.




posted on Jun, 4 2011 @ 01:41 AM
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You've truly lost touch with reality when you think the sun can go dark without half of the planet freaking the hell out. Remember...you're watching 'live feeds' that are being captured by a satellite millions of miles away, that is relaying information through a plethora of other satellites, radar dishes, electronic equipment, and filters before even being sent out onto the web through fiber optics and copper wires, so you can see it. Your first bet should be 'technical problem or interference' not 'the sun turned off'. What kind of jokester does your wife think you are? You sure as hell aren't college educated. LOL.

The sun goes off...ahhh, it's a conspiracy. Like it could possibly be kept a secret for more than a millisecond.



 
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