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Originally posted by zorgon
Originally posted by Human_Alien
Science doesn't always get it right. Let's try to stay as humble as possible while exploring the unknown.
Step one... get a compass
Step two.. Look at compass
Step three... If compass points south there was a magnetic reversal
Now I imagine this thread will make 50 pagesedit on 18-3-2012 by zorgon because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by sealing
Dear Human Alien & Phage...
This should be looked at a bit more carefully.
Yes, people jump way too fast to conclusions,
but apparently it happens just as much on the debunking side.
So the simulation showed the magnetosphere as if it were hit in the ass
by something correct? Phage says glitch? Human Alien says inbound object?
I can't go with inbound object but who knows? But if it's a glitch,
it seemed to perfectly simulate getting a backhanded slap from some space wind.
Then returned to normal. That's a highly stylized glitch. And yes I'm aware
it's a simulation but so is a video camera. Why was the data removed?
Will someone tell me WTF is going on?
And you can't just say there is no missing data move on.
He shows where the missing data (is missing) as well as anomalies on a few different charts.
At least it looks like he does. I'm so confused.edit on 22-3-2012 by sealing because: Info