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Reasons why I believe the sun is more luminous and why it matters to you

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posted on Apr, 4 2012 @ 11:41 PM
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Okay I hope I'm in a better frame of mind this time and my opening post will offer more substance to reply to. If not, I give up! lol

The skinny of it is just what I said in the title, the sun is brighter. By that I mean the sun is whiter and brighter in the last 10-15 years than I've ever seen in my entire life. I believe everything comes together for a reason in this life, and I consider it no coincidence that while growing up in my little small world in the country with nothing to keep me occupied like kids have nowadays like TV and video games and cell phones, while I didn't have any type of conspiracy on my mind at the time, the things I took notice of in all my spare time then without a care in the world are now coming back to me. This to me is no coincidence.

I took note of how bright the sun was then. I even remember the great lengths that our science teachers took to train us NOT to look at the sun, esp during one solar eclipse, because we all knew then that it was very easy to look at the sun. You could look at the yellow sun for a few minutes before having to turn away. Can't do this today, except for perhaps the first and last hour of the day. Which also reminds me that we don't have the same dusk and dawn light now. I remember so many days playing outside at night in the summer when there where so many hours of that red hue everywhere. Just watch a movie like cocoon and you'll see what I'm talking about if you need a reminder of the skies of yesteryear.

The reason why this is important is because when our solar system traverses an interstellar gas cloud, the increased energies simply give the sun more fuel and become brighter. This stuff of fluff so to speak is scientifically verified by the likes of ibex to name one. They have labeled it a ribbon, I remind you. They're not going to tell you everything, esp not that it originates from the galactic center and disc/plane of our galaxy. It's my own personal crazy belief that the sun is also not only whiter, but starting to show a crazy blue color when you try to look at it for even a second. I suspect this has to do with the blue and red kachina prophecy. The blue is a warning, and we are in that warning. The red if you remember is when the cleansing begins. And if my gut is right, then this will happen at the end of this year. The sun can only take so much fuel before it releases it in one fell swoop, like it's been doing a little bit at a time, but greater than it has ever done before in our lifetimes. Remember also that the magnetic fields of the sun get twisted in all sorts of crazy ways over time. Eventually it will have to self-correct, and there's no better time imo than when we are aligned on the 21st of December 2012.

Now I do have to go to work soon, so if I don't get to your reply shortly, doesn't mean I won't. I am looking forward to being told how crazy I am again, afterall



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posted on Apr, 4 2012 @ 11:51 PM
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crazy perhaps but your definately on to something I too am old enough to remember looking directly at the sun bright golden yellow circa 70's now the sun is blue white in appearance so something has changed infact my theory is the global warming is due to the sun not the amount of carbon we waste star and flag for stating the obvious



posted on Apr, 4 2012 @ 11:51 PM
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Sorry man,

I also love the outdoors and I do not buy it.

Maybe you see different colors because you have been staring at the sun too often and too long.

Not trying to be a horses arse, but you really should not do that. It is bad for your health.

The Dec. 21 thing threw me off also. I thought the alignment thing has already been discussed and is a little "off".

I see you took some time to type this up so, for that I will give you a star


Have a nice day and please do not stare at the sun.



posted on Apr, 4 2012 @ 11:56 PM
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It seems to me you might be on to something. I'm not buying the alignment or warnings or anything like that. I do believe the Sun has changed, is whiter and brighter. Any thoughts on why that would be?



posted on Apr, 4 2012 @ 11:57 PM
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Yay , shortsticks .
Success at last .


S+F
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posted on Apr, 4 2012 @ 11:58 PM
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I have noticed this myself. When I was younger I could glance up at the sun with no problems.

I remember wanting to keep staring at it, but I'd always turn my head away because so many people had told me it'd make me go blind!

Lately, I have to keep my head down when it's a nice, sunny day. Constantly wearing sunglasses which I've never had to do. It's impossible for me to even glance at the sun.

I've also been told light eyes are more sensitive to sunlight, who knows, but I just don't remember it being SO bright.

I haven't heard of the warning sign/cleansing you mentioned, but that's pretty intriguing. I'm gonna go ahead and look up more about it.

Thanks for the interesting read


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posted on Apr, 5 2012 @ 12:01 AM
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I Aswell have noticed the sun brighter , I always have felt I have been connected too the planet giving me the urge to look up alot as most people don't. I have noticed the sun being brighter. Does anyone think the so called chemtrails have something to do with this , I feel the sun and energy are making us more connected and more aware . I feel the chemtrails are there to counter act this. I totally agree about the whiter sun



posted on Apr, 5 2012 @ 12:03 AM
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I agree with this statement Aswell impossible to look even close to it now , used to get like a good second at at the sun now not even in it's fasinity.



posted on Apr, 5 2012 @ 12:05 AM
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if you are going to stare at the sun at least wear welding goggles it wont hurt the eyes.but i guess we will all find out dec.21 what will happen.



posted on Apr, 5 2012 @ 12:05 AM
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I'm different, when I was younger I could never bare the sun light (my eyes were always squinted outside) but now none of that happens and I'm actually able to look at the sun more.



posted on Apr, 5 2012 @ 12:08 AM
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You give a reasonable description of Ozone Loss but you lost me at the Blue/Red Kachina thing. You do realize that the Blue & Red Kachina Prophesy was and still is a Hoax perpetrated by Robert Morning Sky? He has admitted that he made it all up!

As for the sunsets changing I must disagree. I notice that the 'glow' of evening lasts far longer that i remember. But then again, memory is a tricky thing.



posted on Apr, 5 2012 @ 12:08 AM
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I wonder if the people who think the sun is getting brighter and hotter, are ALL the same people who stared at it as a kid.

Nothing strange there, eye cancer is a good thing!




posted on Apr, 5 2012 @ 12:08 AM
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That's crazy, I remember our sun giving off a yellow color as well. I was born in 87', so growing up only within the last decade there has been a significant change in hue. I'm not sure about the alignment theory you have going (not saying I don't believe it...it is interesting in it's own right), but I can definately get behind the fact that the sun is up to something!



posted on Apr, 5 2012 @ 12:17 AM
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I never stared! Just glanced, as I feared staring too long would have some sort of negative repercussions, I used to just glace at it.

I USED to be able to look in the sun's general vicinity, I used to be able to hold my head up normally.

Now, I have to either have sunglasses, put my head down, or squint - reeeeeeeally hard.

Maybe I glanced one too many times though?

All I know is that we are indeed entering the interstellar cloud, so it'd only make sense the gases from the cloud would react with the sun's radiation and change the colors/temperature.

We've also been destroying the Earth's atmosphere with our toxic fumes, so that can effect the amount of radiation and light we receive from the sun as well. Especially when combined with the cloud.

Not to keen on the warning sign thought though, but it's neat to think about in a way.


Just my thoughts, I'm clearly no kind of scientist. Nor will I claim to be.
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posted on Apr, 5 2012 @ 12:23 AM
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that's right, global warming isn't man-made. oh how we like to think that the world revolves around us, if there's not a much more sinister reason involved. remember the origins of the word sinister, in any case...

it's not all doom and gloom, because the earth has its own balance system, so when the sun gets hotter, more water gets released into the atmosphere, causing more clouds which serve as a buffer from all the heat from the sun in my opinion. and then when things really get bad, all the dormant volcanoes erupt giving us a nice little ice age, as another poster has opened my eyes elsewhere on the net. it shouldn't be too hard to realize who this is, considering my big interest in one of his posts here lol

btw since I'm still learning the ropes here at this forum, I don't know whether it's proper to reply to everyone who posts. I'd like to. perhaps tho just the ones I can offer something else of substance in my reply..?



posted on Apr, 5 2012 @ 12:24 AM
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I stared at the sun directly yesterday for about 10 our of 15 minutes sitting in a chair outside.
It was about 4pm, and I was commenting that the sun seemed dimmer than usual. Then the man made clouds moved in front of it for the usual sunset smog effect. Some days it makes my eyes water, but I can usually stare at it long enough to see it spin like a spiral and pulsate.

Not a good idea when stuck in traffic, all the cars in front of me look like green balls afterward.



posted on Apr, 5 2012 @ 12:28 AM
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Originally posted by GreenEyedVixen
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I never stared! Just glanced, as I feared staring too long would have some sort of negative repercussions, I used to just glace at it.


I, as a kid, could look at the sun and not flinch so much. Now I cant even stand a wet bitumen road, as I suffer severe photosensitivity in even moderate brightness.

But I just attribute that to age and a general bad care of my own eye sight, not the sun getting brighter.

Changes in the sun, in our life time, would be beyond perception. It takes an unimaginably long time for things to occur on it that it really does make more sense to conclude that old age is the cause of a persons perception of brightness, than the actual luminescence of the sun.

And also certain medications can cause photosensitivity in the skin, making the sun feel hotter on it.

Bit like a frog in a slowly boiling pot of water, exclaiming that the air is getting wetter. Forgetting that he's actually boiling do death, but noting other things to explain his discomfort.

Now scientists and scientists alike can be safe in the knowledge that if the sun is getting hotter, it's not going to cause the effects put forward in this thread. Human frailty, however, can appear to cause them.

eh what do I know, I'm a hippy nazi cat llama... I see nothink!!! Nothinnnkkk!!!!
edit on 5-4-2012 by mainidh because: New thread: English is getting harder to use, I know this, because I am making more typos than ever these days. Darn you lexicon of words!!!



posted on Apr, 5 2012 @ 12:29 AM
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thanks, I don't stare at the sun much anymore, because I can't do so for obvious reasons. as a kid I only looked at the sun briefly. I didn't mean to write minutes in my opening post regarding the length of time we could look at it, I meant moments. mostly then while sunbathing, which I could do for all day without any need for sunscreen. and took at least a week to notice any darker skin. I was kind of frustrated at the time that it took so long. also didn't need sunglasses then. I also did look at the sun for longer periods of time at sunset when the sun was a dark red, watching it go down line by line over the horizon if you will until it was gone. I was just fascinated with its beauty then. Now I'm so glad I noticed these things over and over.



posted on Apr, 5 2012 @ 12:30 AM
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I hope you already read my opening post, I gave all the reasons in there. The skinny is that it's getting more fuel from the interstellar center gas cloud tho, if that makes it more concise.



posted on Apr, 5 2012 @ 12:33 AM
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Originally posted by JibbyJedi
I stared at the sun directly yesterday for about 10 our of 15 minutes sitting in a chair outside.
It was about 4pm, and I was commenting that the sun seemed dimmer than usual. Then the man made clouds moved in front of it for the usual sunset smog effect. Some days it makes my eyes water, but I can usually stare at it long enough to see it spin like a spiral and pulsate.

Not a good idea when stuck in traffic, all the cars in front of me look like green balls afterward.


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