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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, 5 2012 @ 02:40 PM
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Originally posted by shortsticks
It's kind of pointless at this point to try and explain to the likes of you.


In my experience, when someone pulls the "you wouldn't understand so I'm not going to explain it" card, it means they've been skunked.

How are you posting so prolifically if you're down to your last penny? I'm just trying to understand here.

edit on 5-4-2012 by ColAngus because: (no reason given)




posted on Apr, 5 2012 @ 02:40 PM
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Originally posted by shortsticks
reply to post by Malcher
 


but filmmakers today seem to be making a point to point directly at the sun, whereas in the past it wasn't wise to shoot such a shot. . most filmmakers today tho seem to bring shots of the sun when it's about to set. take that for what you will, but to me, it's not a coincidence.


Hi shortsticks,

I was reading back what it states in the manual for my camcorder. I would imagine that prolonged recording with any small camcorder would do some kind of damage or cause problems with either the lens or the chips and also wanted to make the point that what is captured is different to how the human eye would see it anyway. Film and those cameras where pros shoot images is different.

ALso this relates to the post about how t.v shows and movies look differently today with sunlight brightness and color temperature is dependent on the new cameras in use today. The HD cameras just are more light sensitive than film or older video cameras and even the color temperature is cooler. HD is amazing and really is MUCH better than the older technology, aside from full blown film productions but then i would say the high end HD is on par with film from the old times.



posted on Apr, 5 2012 @ 02:44 PM
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Do you believe that it will be possible to survive "this event?" Will you rid yourself of possessions as the time nears? What will you personally do as the date approaches? Do you have kids?
reply to post by ColAngus
 


In order to understand what I view as "the event" we would first need to clarify what it is I (me) think this possible "event" is. If we are talking about the Sun and the Interstellar Cloud then my research has lead me to think its possible we are and have been receiving a lot of energy already and will receive even more. I can go into more detail if you like.

Why would I rid any possessions I have? Because some think an event may be so massive as to extinct the human race? This is a possible scenario day in and day out with regards to our leaders, experiments, and so on so no I wont be getting rid of anything.

Why do you ask what I will personally do on a specific date other than a holiday or my birthday? I don't buy into Dec. 21 stuff so don't know why you are assuming as I have not once mentioned any date. lol

I have three kids and believe in a life much fuller than this one "after death".

Let me ask you a question..... Have you ever watched a child slowly suffer in pain and die?

I have.

You and I do not look at life and death the same because you have not seen nor felt this trauma. Their are experiences in this life that change your perception forever.

There is no need for me to worry about my kids not surviving an event. They are destined as I am and you... to transform from one life to another.



posted on Apr, 5 2012 @ 02:48 PM
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If you missed my supporting evidence, then you missed it, there's not much I can do about that. Going round and round endlessly about my missing evidence doesn't support your side very well. But that's to be expected. Like I already said countless of times, you have the free will to take what I've said or leave it. If this means filing my stupid thread in the skunk category as you put it, then so be it. You're not going to hurt my feelings I assure you.



posted on Apr, 5 2012 @ 02:49 PM
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BTW, I was addressing the OP. He's stated he believes this event will occur on 12/21/12 and that 99.9999999% of the population will be destroyed. Sorry for the confusion.

Regardless, thanks for your personal responses to those questions. I haven't lost a child as you described, but I have lost a parent very much like that. Take that as you wish.
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posted on Apr, 5 2012 @ 02:51 PM
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Maybe so. All I see is an increase.



posted on Apr, 5 2012 @ 02:54 PM
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reply to post by shortsticks
 


As this is in "Skunk Works" for a reason...phew!!!
Thought I would add my little bit of advice for those staring at the sun...DON"T.


Curious Like a Cat!!!


73's,
Tom
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posted on Apr, 5 2012 @ 02:56 PM
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If that's your reason to deny anything I've said or others have said, then believe what you want. What vested interest do I have to convince you otherwise? Im not getting paid to change your mind. Paper money is worthless in any case. So is any sort of physical anything. If I didn't believe that I would have amassed a fortune in my time on this Earth, wouldn't I (have)? I suspect that you hate the fact that I'm being consistent in my beliefs. You can try the pity card all you like. There is nothing you can hold on to in this life that would make your case, and guess what? It'll all vanish in the proverbial twinkling of an eye.



posted on Apr, 5 2012 @ 02:57 PM
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I'll admit I bought sunglasses for the first time this year. Not only that, but where I live we are experiencing record breaking temperatures almost feeling like it's summer before spring had even started.

I believe something is happening and I've always believed something big would happen before the end of this year as I've posted on a few different topics.

Now sitting aside from what I believe; what do you debunkers think of the idea of us living in the internet age where most of us sit in our homes most of the time without ever getting out as much as we used to like the 80s, or 90s which is changing our perception that our sun is getting brighter and hotter due to consciously knowing about the December 21, 2012 date?

If I was a debunker, that's what I'd be thinking right this moment but hey I like to keep an open mind to how both sides think about things. It's better to understand where both sides are coming from before you can make a decision of your own opinions and beliefs. I'm proud to say that I'm awake and I have been awake for the past year now and I hope and pray that many more of you will awaken.
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posted on Apr, 5 2012 @ 02:58 PM
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I'm an advocate of sungazing and recommend it to anyone. I stared at the sun for 30 minutes straight yesterday. Start slow at dawn, your eyes get strong.



posted on Apr, 5 2012 @ 03:00 PM
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I've seen our family's old home movies too, which is shot with regular film, nothing digital. The same soft yellow light pervades. that's all I can say because again I don't know much about cameras like you do.



posted on Apr, 5 2012 @ 03:00 PM
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For those that want to know if the Sun is changing the answer is yes, but it is not what the OP claims.

The strange case of solar flares and radioactive elements


news.stanford.edu...


When researchers found an unusual linkage between solar flares and the inner life of radioactive elements on Earth, it touched off a scientific detective investigation that could end up protecting the lives of space-walking astronauts and maybe rewriting some of the assumptions of physics.

It's a mystery that presented itself unexpectedly: The radioactive decay of some elements sitting quietly in laboratories on Earth seemed to be influenced by activities inside the sun, 93 million miles away.

Is this possible?

Researchers from Stanford and Purdue University believe it is. But their explanation of how it happens opens the door to yet another mystery.

There is even an outside chance that this unexpected effect is brought about by a previously unknown particle emitted by the sun. "That would be truly remarkable," said Peter Sturrock, Stanford professor emeritus of applied physics and an expert on the inner workings of the sun.

The story begins, in a sense, in classrooms around the world, where students are taught that the rate of decay of a specific radioactive material is a constant. This concept is relied upon, for example, when anthropologists use carbon-14 to date ancient artifacts and when doctors determine the proper dose of radioactivity to treat a cancer patient.






posted on Apr, 5 2012 @ 03:01 PM
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Originally posted by mayabong
I'm an advocate of sungazing and recommend it to anyone. I stared at the sun for 30 minutes straight yesterday. Start slow at dawn, your eyes get strong.


Please do not encourage unsafe behavior to the gullible!
Your eyes DO NOT, repeat, DO NOT get "strong".

What you are advocating is very dangerous to your retinas.

Thanks, in advance,
Tom



posted on Apr, 5 2012 @ 03:02 PM
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Originally posted by Furbs
No, the OP should be held to the same standards as everyone else, especially when said new person is calling people retarded, making inane one line retorts, and deflecting any critical analysis of what he is saying. See the above post for crying out loud. Telling someone they are being dumb is the new status quo around here.

The OP's claim has already been disproven, yet while it remains here stinking ATS up with yet another claim of "Smurfs ARE Real!!", we should just go about our days and let the entirety of the content of ATS be dragged down because of garbage like this?

I don't think so.


That is why ATS has Moderators.

I do agree that standards need to be keep up on ATS, however If a new person is calling names, then obviously they will get warned and pointed in the direction of the T&C of ATS.

If the OP is really new to ATS they most likely have allot to learn, if all the critics and people that tend to be negative jump all over the first post someone makes, most likely they will resort to calling names and descending in the the abyss of mudslinging.


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posted on Apr, 5 2012 @ 03:02 PM
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Originally posted by tomdham
reply to post by shortsticks
 


As this is in "Skunk Works" for a reason...phew!!!
Thought I would add my little bit of advice for those staring at the sun...DON"T.


Curious Like a Cat!!!


73's,
Tom
edit on 5-4-2012 by tomdham because: caps


Sungazing does not make you go blind if you start slow. Yes if you stare at the noon sun without building your eyes up slowly yes, you will burn something.



posted on Apr, 5 2012 @ 03:03 PM
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reply to post by ColAngus
 


What I meant was that there was that much chance that none of us will survive, so:

I'm 99.99999999999% certain that

no one (100% of everybody) will survive.

hope you understand my take now.



posted on Apr, 5 2012 @ 03:03 PM
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Originally posted by Swills
For those that want to know if the Sun is changing the answer is yes, but it is not what the OP claims.

The strange case of solar flares and radioactive elements


news.stanford.edu...


When researchers found an unusual linkage between solar flares and the inner life of radioactive elements on Earth, it touched off a scientific detective investigation that could end up protecting the lives of space-walking astronauts and maybe rewriting some of the assumptions of physics.

It's a mystery that presented itself unexpectedly: The radioactive decay of some elements sitting quietly in laboratories on Earth seemed to be influenced by activities inside the sun, 93 million miles away.

Is this possible?







Researchers from Stanford and Purdue University believe it is. But their explanation of how it happens opens the door to yet another mystery.

There is even an outside chance that this unexpected effect is brought about by a previously unknown particle emitted by the sun. "That would be truly remarkable," said Peter Sturrock, Stanford professor emeritus of applied physics and an expert on the inner workings of the sun.

The story begins, in a sense, in classrooms around the world, where students are taught that the rate of decay of a specific radioactive material is a constant. This concept is relied upon, for example, when anthropologists use carbon-14 to date ancient artifacts and when doctors determine the proper dose of radioactivity to treat a cancer patient.





I keep telling you, it is the lightbulb mechanics on the sun, they have run out of 60watt incandescent bulbs and are now using 500watt halogen floodlights so as to scare us out of our wits.



posted on Apr, 5 2012 @ 03:05 PM
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Originally posted by mayabong
I'm an advocate of sungazing and recommend it to anyone. I stared at the sun for 30 minutes straight yesterday. Start slow at dawn, your eyes get strong.

Yeah, no. Do not stare at the Sun. New Agers like David "I'm a LIAR" Wilcock advocate staring into the Sun but science and people with damaged retina's are the PROOF anyone needs that staring into the Sun is a terrible idea that can and will lead to physical damage your eyes.

Again, to those that think Sun gazing is a good idea, it's not.



posted on Apr, 5 2012 @ 03:06 PM
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exactly and like I already said, this is the movement or reason I should say to keep children indoors. the direct consequence is having ADD children, the alternative being all of our kids having skin cancer.



posted on Apr, 5 2012 @ 03:08 PM
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Originally posted by mayabong

Sungazing does not make you go blind if you start slow. Yes if you stare at the noon sun without building your eyes up slowly yes, you will burn something.


Again please do not advocate UNSAFE behavior to gullible people!!!

Staring at the Sun at any time is hazardous to your eyes.
Anything else you say about this matter is fantasy!
Your eyes DO NOT get "strong".
Your pupils can only close so much.
Don't you understand how your eye works?

Please stop.
You will have these newbies out in the morning burning out their retinas!!

Thanks,
Tom




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