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Dude, you are replying to the wrong person. I didn't write that. 1AnunnakiBastard wrote that. I'm SheepleFlavored because "Owlflavored" was either taken already or didn't fit the forum. I don't even remember, but the name struck me funny at the time. Anyway I was wondering why you Foe'd me. Most bizarre reason I ever saw to put someone on the respected foe list, considering you neither respect me nor even attributed the correct quote to the correct person. If you look at my original post to which Anunnaki was replying you will see we likely hold the same open minded wait and see stance. I have no idea what the damned thing is, but if it was a comet, I was speculating that there are some aspects of the Electric Universe Theory that MIGHT account for the visual effects seen as a CME MAY have been caused in response to the impact of the comet.
Originally posted by FlyingSpaghettiMonster
Originally posted by 1AnunnakiBastard
reply to post by SheeplFlavoredAgain
I think we will NEVER determine what that was, 'cause the ONLY data available comes from NASA and US military. I mean, who else has access to data from sun-observing space crafts??? So doesn't matter if that was an alien plasma weapon, a DARPA missile or a rogue planet. The official explanation is "That was a comet". Everything different than that, will be promptly refuted and ridiculed by the online shills.
To use the vernacular, can you prove it wasn't a comet? 'Scepticism' means being able to question, it doesn't mean rigid unquestioning faith in an alternative explanation. And lose one point for the word 'sheeple' in your username.
Originally posted by djz3ro
Originally posted by smurfy
reply to post by 10thletter
It was "just a small comet" I'd hate to see what a big one would do! In any case the event has caused some head scratching at NASA and those concerned, and judging by the comments there, it seems that there is a consensus that one event caused the other, but nothing is written in stone as yet.
Meet Comet Machholz (thanks Phage)
Now take another look at Sol's recent "attacker"...
Now, Machholz (the Comet, not the man) is only a few km across, what does that tell you?
Now, watch this...
Originally posted by DerVerboten
reply to post by Human_Alien
I don't know anything about anything.
But to me doesnt look like a big deal. So the sun ate something. It's no big deal. I've never even been to the sun. and usually I'm all Gung ho and doom & gloom XD
Originally posted by nuttin4U
Could someone do a screen shot....just as the object comes into view? The exact time is 13:36. There is an anomoly that happens....at the SAME TIME the object becomes visible....and i swear it looks like an alien spaceship (and i'm NOT a believer of aliens) It actually just 'appears' and then disappears.
Originally posted by TWISTEDWORDS
reply to post by nuttin4U
Hey how did you imbed the movie, I couldn't get that.
Here is the screen shot you asked for.
Originally posted by xxnibiruxx
I don't know why people are still saying its a comet, when nobody knows what the object was.
Originally posted by freespirit1
Just found this on:
COMET AND CME: A comet discovered by amateur astronomers on Friday, Sept. 30th, disintegrated in spectacular fashion the very next day when it plunged into the sun. The Solar and Heliospheric Observatory recorded the comet's last hours. The end was punctuated by an unexpected explosion: