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posted on Nov, 16 2012 @ 03:58 PM
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Originally posted by siliconpsychosis

Originally posted by Soylent Green Is People

Originally posted by GameKeeper
wait til i get home and show you my new video. it mimicks the one on front page. second sun visible from 1pm-2pm roughly here on east coast. showed people at work and they said, "oh my gosh, you are right". its close.. sun setting south now. big events soon.


I looked right after you posted this. The Sun was still a bit above the horizon, and I saw nothing else. If it was visible at 1:00 to 2:00 near the Sun, then it also would have been visible near the Sun later (and earlier, for that matter).

Where could it have gone so quickly?

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exactly!

im willing to bet the next video will be from youtube.....or before its news



Well, in fairness, it could be a real video made by GameKeeper, but his video (like most of the others) may end up just being lens flare or a reflection. I suppose we'll see.

The point is that planets just don't zip around the sky -- visible at one time, but not visible later. I've been looking up from time-to-time the past few days, just so I can HONESTLY reply in this thread that I HAVE been looking for Nibiru, but I have yet to see anything.

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posted on Nov, 16 2012 @ 04:01 PM
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It's going by Mars, but not one person but you can see it? We were walking back from the mall around two, and guess what? Only one sun.



posted on Nov, 16 2012 @ 04:02 PM
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Originally posted by Soylent Green Is People

Originally posted by siliconpsychosis

Originally posted by Soylent Green Is People

Originally posted by GameKeeper
wait til i get home and show you my new video. it mimicks the one on front page. second sun visible from 1pm-2pm roughly here on east coast. showed people at work and they said, "oh my gosh, you are right". its close.. sun setting south now. big events soon.


I looked right after you posted this. The Sun was still a bit above the horizon, and I saw nothing else. If it was visible at 1:00 to 2:00 near the Sun, then it also would have been visible near the Sun later (and earlier, for that matter).

Where could it have gone so quickly?

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exactly!

im willing to bet the next video will be from youtube.....or before its news



Well, in fairness, it could be a real video made by GameKeeper, but his video (like most of the others) may end up just being lens flare or a reflection. I suppose we'll see.



looking over his posting hostory, not one of the videos he ever linked to seems to be his own...i might be wrong but nothing stood out.



posted on Nov, 16 2012 @ 04:05 PM
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Originally posted by Zaphod58
reply to post by GameKeeper
 


It's going by Mars, but not one person but you can see it? We were walking back from the mall around two, and guess what? Only one sun.


Yeah. Mars is visible for a short time after sunset.
So if Nibiru was there near Mars, then it too should be visible.


UPDATE:
I just took a quick trip to the store, returned at 5:30 (U.S. Eastern Time). Saw Mars -- but I didn't see another planet.


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posted on Nov, 16 2012 @ 04:19 PM
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^^^^Hits...the nail...on its...head!!!



posted on Nov, 16 2012 @ 04:44 PM
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Originally posted by GameKeeper
sun setting south now. big events soon.


My sun is already in the south west position, and there's still a couple of hours left before it sets.

I wish there was another sun right now, it's sooo cold out there...



posted on Nov, 16 2012 @ 05:59 PM
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Well...now I have no suns


It's not even dark yet, just no sun either.
I did look for the brightest spot in the sky, behind some clouds there's a little bit of brightness left.
The little bright spot is in the west, if my phone's compass is working right

All is still normal.



posted on Nov, 16 2012 @ 06:06 PM
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Originally posted by eriktheawful
reply to post by Wolfenz
 


If you think a cloud of ionized particles is going to "ignite" a brown dwarf...........

First, stars don't "ignite". The are not pieces of firewood, and do not need a spark to light up.

They are massive balls of gas, mostly made of hydrogen. When enough mass is there it provides enough pressure, along with a extremely high temperature, it will initiate fusion at the core.

So if you want to make a Brown dwarf "ignite" the only way that will happen is if you add a LOT more mass to it.

How much more? Average mass for a brown dwarf is around 15 Jupiter masses. Minimum mass to have a star with sustained fusion is: 75 Jupiter masses.


ohh Boy did i say make a Star Like Ours ? NO..

Ignite Maybe as you said Hydrogen LOL

But Put Fuel to the Fire !!

as Our Sun has been eating up Comets and other Objects within the last decade ..

Ribbon at Edge of Our Solar System: Will the Sun Enter a Million-Degree Cloud of Interstellar Gas?
ScienceDaily (May 24, 2010) — Is the Sun going to enter a million-degree galactic cloud of interstellar gas soon?
www.sciencedaily.com...



posted on Nov, 16 2012 @ 06:15 PM
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Originally posted by snowspirit
Well...now I have no suns


It's not even dark yet, just no sun either.
I did look for the brightest spot in the sky, behind some clouds there's a little bit of brightness left.
The little bright spot is in the west, if my phone's compass is working right

All is still normal.


Please keep us updated...this might be Nibiru above the clouds blocking the sunlight.


I recommend hourly updates, just to be safe



posted on Nov, 16 2012 @ 06:25 PM
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as Our Sun has been eating up Comets and other Objects within the last decade ..


This isn't anything new...our sun has been doing this for around 4.6b years now


Also, regarding the article you posted...there isn't anything to fear:




This might mean that the Solar System could enter the million-degree Local Bubble cloud as early as the next century. "Nothing unusual, the Sun frequently traverses various clouds of interstellar gas during its galactic journey," comments Grzedzielski. Such clouds are of very low density, much lower than the best vacuum obtained in Earth labs. Once in, the heliosphere will reform and may shrink a little, the level of cosmic radiation entering the magnetosphere may rise a bit, but nothing more. "Perhaps future generations will have to learn how to better harden their space hardware against stronger radiation," suggests Grzedzielski.


As they correctly state, the density of those clouds is so low, they don't pose a threat. Not the first time our sun crosses a cloud like that...it's been around "for a while"
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posted on Nov, 16 2012 @ 06:29 PM
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I live in South Carolina. Last Friday, I decided to take a short break to go outside and get some fresh air. I went outside my building and sat on a bench to proof an article I was writing. Let me preface what I am about to say with this: I live in the south and I never wear sunscreen. I spend lots of time outdoors all year round. I don't burn, despite never using sunscreen. I also don't put any kind of chemical on my body - no lotions, etc. I don't take any medications, not even aspirin. And I wash my clothing with natural cleansers.

Last Friday, at around 2:15 when I went outside for my break, I had the most unusual experience. The temperature at the time was around 68 degrees and it was breezy. There were lots of clouds in the sky at the time, but some sunlight was coming through. I must have only been there for 2 or 3 minutes when my skin started to get really hot. I was wearing a sweater, and it seemed like I was getting burned even through the sweater. I thought I was hallucinating, because I was getting very uncomfortable.

I kept reading my article, but I was quickly getting so uncomfortable that I couldn't read anymore. I started feeling as if I were an ant under a magnifying glass. At this point, I couldn't have been outside for more than 5 minutes and I panicked. I ran from the bench to stand under a tree in the shade. When I cooled down a bit, I ran back inside the building.

I have no idea what happened, but it freaked me out badly. I was going to post something about it on ATS, but I wasn't even sure what to say or where to put the post. Now I wonder if my experience is somehow related to whatever this thing in the video is.

Just trying to understand...



posted on Nov, 16 2012 @ 06:32 PM
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Originally posted by Wolfenz

Originally posted by eriktheawful
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If you think a cloud of ionized particles is going to "ignite" a brown dwarf...........

First, stars don't "ignite". The are not pieces of firewood, and do not need a spark to light up.

They are massive balls of gas, mostly made of hydrogen. When enough mass is there it provides enough pressure, along with a extremely high temperature, it will initiate fusion at the core.

So if you want to make a Brown dwarf "ignite" the only way that will happen is if you add a LOT more mass to it.

How much more? Average mass for a brown dwarf is around 15 Jupiter masses. Minimum mass to have a star with sustained fusion is: 75 Jupiter masses.


ohh Boy did i say make a Star Like Ours ? NO..

Ignite Maybe as you said Hydrogen LOL

But Put Fuel to the Fire !!

as Our Sun has been eating up Comets and other Objects within the last decade ..

Ribbon at Edge of Our Solar System: Will the Sun Enter a Million-Degree Cloud of Interstellar Gas?
ScienceDaily (May 24, 2010) — Is the Sun going to enter a million-degree galactic cloud of interstellar gas soon?
www.sciencedaily.com...



You really should quit while you're behind.

Ignite means to burn. In order to burn something you have to have 3 things: Fuel, Heat and (drum roll), AIR.
Remove any one of those and you no longer have combustion.

The sun doesn't burn hydrogen, it fuses it and turns it into helium.

Our sun has been "eating up" objects as you so intelligently put it, because of one thing: gravity. It pulls things into it.

Now, before you start to say anything else about the gas cloud out there, have a read about this:

Heliosphere
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posted on Nov, 16 2012 @ 06:33 PM
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This sounds very much like an allergic reaction. You might have been stung by an insect you're allergic to without noticing. Could have also been chemical sprays from nearby farms if you live close to them...some people are allergic and those fumes can carry in the wind. Could have also been some food you're allergic to, or any number of other things.

One thing's for sure, it wasn't the sun...because you wouldn't have felt like that through your sweater. UV rays don't go through cloth


Oh yeah, and it definitely wasn't Nibiru...

On a completely different matter...cool video:

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posted on Nov, 16 2012 @ 06:44 PM
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Maybe that's what's blocking the moon


It's such a tiny little sliver in the south west



posted on Nov, 16 2012 @ 07:02 PM
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Originally posted by GameKeeper
wait til i get home and show you my new video. it mimicks the one on front page. second sun visible from 1pm-2pm roughly here on east coast. showed people at work and they said, "oh my gosh, you are right". its close.. sun setting south now. big events soon.



You really do have a child like grasp on reality don't you!

One thing I've noticed about most, if not all, nibiru/second sun believers here on ATS is that a few years ago they were all saying that this rouge planet was due in our solar system in 2012 and it would all be coming to an apocalyptic head on the 21st December.....however as time has progressed, and the big day looms ever closer, your all changing your stance aren't you? now it's not devastation we can all look forward too, it's spiritual awakening, and a host of other nonsense......but only if you are "ready" mind!....if your not "ready" you wont notice a thing!

I can't wait until 22nd December and I'd wager ATS is full of threads from people declaring that they have "seen the light!"

So...where do you stand?

Devastation or salvation?......and seeing as you are so convinced that you have all the answers and anyone displaying a modicum of common sense is a troll........when exactly is this imaginary youtube dwelling sun of yours going to be affecting us directly?



posted on Nov, 16 2012 @ 07:05 PM
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The same is happening with that Timewave Zero nonsense. Some people are already either suggesting that the "grand finale" might have been earlier during Sandy...or sometimes (lol) after 2012. Whatever "fits" I guess



posted on Nov, 16 2012 @ 07:07 PM
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I predict there will be much moving of goal posts come December 22nd!



posted on Nov, 16 2012 @ 08:05 PM
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Originally posted by MrXYZ
reply to post by Wolfenz
 





as Our Sun has been eating up Comets and other Objects within the last decade ..


This isn't anything new...our sun has been doing this for around 4.6b years now


Also, regarding the article you posted...there isn't anything to fear:




This might mean that the Solar System could enter the million-degree Local Bubble cloud as early as the next century. "Nothing unusual, the Sun frequently traverses various clouds of interstellar gas during its galactic journey," comments Grzedzielski. Such clouds are of very low density, much lower than the best vacuum obtained in Earth labs. Once in, the heliosphere will reform and may shrink a little, the level of cosmic radiation entering the magnetosphere may rise a bit, but nothing more. "Perhaps future generations will have to learn how to better harden their space hardware against stronger radiation," suggests Grzedzielski.


As they correctly state, the density of those clouds is so low, they don't pose a threat. Not the first time our sun crosses a cloud like that...it's been around "for a while"
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This isn't anything new...our sun has been doing this for around 4.6b years now



right !! been doing this 4.6 B years , but with the last decade it has been incressing since man put up the SOHO

lets back up for a bit




Once in, the heliosphere will reform and may shrink a little, the level of cosmic radiation entering the magnetosphere may rise a bit, but nothing more


Shrink a Little the Heliosphere ,, Shrink a Little in you Wildest Imaginaton just think what it May do Level of Cosmic Radiation May Rise A Bit !!!! MAY MAY Means (GUESS) to my Eyes

This is All Conjuncture From what he Said Grzedzielski.
Not to Scare the Public...?

NO ONE will know untill we go into the Mouth of this Cloud in How it will effect we will not know but our
Future Great grand kids will ...

Right it MAY ( Im Guessing ) right now is Causing the Effect We feel Now with all the Strange Weather we have had in the last 5 years

ok enough this is in the Hoax bin this thread so lets stop ..



posted on Nov, 16 2012 @ 08:11 PM
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We would stop. If you'd stop spreading fear for no reason. Trying to cause panic, for no reason.

You are obviously a person that fears the unknown, or uncertain, and with your lack of knowledge in this area, it's quite apparent that for you this subject is even more unknown and uncertain.

Try learning about it and you just may feel a bit less of a need to spread panic or fear.



posted on Nov, 16 2012 @ 08:17 PM
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Originally posted by Wolfenz
right !! been doing this 4.6 B years , but with the last decade it has been incressing since man put up the SOHO


Do you not see anything about this sentence? I sure do.

increasing since man put up the SOHO

Of course it's been increasing, because we have a 24/7 watch on the sun now, instead of just seeing them at the last minute, and missing some, etc.





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