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'But in order to earn the word “dramatic,” it could well have been a 1000-percent decrease (or more!) of sulfur compounds… in only five years.'
'are in Earth’s own oxygen-rich aurora (!); so one possible explanation is that there has been a massive increase in the oxygen content of Venus’ atmosphere. '
Originally posted by Firefly_
To deny humans are not responsible for the mess we have created due to solar system wide changes is just plain irresponsible and typical. You cannot deny that human activity has significantly altered this planet, regardless of what the sun is up to. We are currently, will probably discover a lot harder what our affects have had.
Maybe its because of our activities down here the sun is behaving strangely. There is so much more going on than we are aware of. The universe is alive, stars could be living, conscious entities.edit on 15-3-2011 by Firefly_ because: (no reason given)
sure phage, i'm smart enough to know venus changes brightness according to its distance, question is why it hassent dimmed and only increased in brightness last 5 years. U say it's proven that this coming solar maximum wont be to harsh, i do recall your nasa speculating about the 2012 solarmaximum being very intense and even cataclysmic.
Originally posted by Phage
reply to post by yets777
I've been watching the sky for a lot more than 10 years. I have not seen anything out of the ordinary with the planets.
Venus changes in brightness according to its phase and distance from Earth.
Jupiter changes in brightness according to its distance from Earth. Last year it was very bright because it was closer than it has been in quite a while.
The orientation of the Moon varies with the seasons.
All these things have happened for as long as people have been watching the sky. Give it a few more years and you will see that this is true.
Originally posted by Screwed
reply to post by Phage
I believe his op links to several sources. These scientific studies included NASA.
It appears you have made up your mind already and I learned a long time ago to never try
to have a debate with someone who has already made up their mind.
Thank you OP for this link.