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Originally posted by zedVSzardoz
found this from NYC
they are completely apart, like east and west..... I don't know how this could happen what is the process atmospherically....?
You can make it appear to be a "second sun" by using high powered Directional Microwaves to push up on one spot of the Ionosphere. The plasma ball you create by pushing up, if pushed up enough will CATCH the solar wind and stream those particles into that HOLE you created into the atmosphere.
It will appear to be a "Second Sun".
The downside is you will literally BOIL the ocean with the energy stream pouring in and any plant life within 1,000 miles is going to start turning brown.
I witnessed such an event when they were trying to steer a typhoon in the Pacific. Looked like the dang sun was rising in the west. Biblical looking rays were streaming out of the impact point where the solar wind was hitting the ocean. It REALLY looked like the sun was rising in the west.
If nations are tearing open the atmosphere to stream in the solar wind.......we're all screwed.
I don't think it's from Earth's magnetic field failing on its own. We're doing it.
In the 1980s and 1990s airlines used to fly up around 60,000 feet and then later in the late 1990s airlines began flying between 40,000 and 50,000 feet.
Originally posted by corpsman907
In the 1980s and 1990s airlines used to fly up around 60,000 feet and then later in the late 1990s airlines began flying between 40,000 and 50,000 feet. The chem trail planes fly as high as 80,000 feet which explains why people in airliners arent posting all over the place that they notice anything up in space. I have pictures from my days flying at 60,000 feet while taking pictures outside of the window of an airliner where you can clearly see the curvature of the earth. You have to understand the high altitudes and that when they spray, its not aircraft going from time zone to time zone but instead high altitude dispersions.
Originally posted by Unity_99
So its put in the hoax bin, based on a video that has already been translated. Its not lebanese, its Russian, and the video isn't a hoax. Nor is the picture given in it real, its just a mock up of "what we would see" when a big star in Orion, that already has supernova'd, but appears still in the sky with hubble, shows up.
Its been mentioned several times now.
The OP may be confused about things, but the video is real.
And people need to ask, if they expect a big Supernova to visibly show up as a sun, what's it going to do to us? How will it affect our own sun?
Yet, here we have a good video hoaxed.
Maybe someone will make a real thread about it, because I'm suspicious enough to wonder if this is how some people would bury or hoax information, to try and circumvent a discussion on Belteguese's supernova and its "arrival" semi close to us, close enough to see like the sun.
If you erroneously post it and get everyone talking about something else, insead of the actual video content, then it gets hoaxed, no one wants to post about what the video is about again, and the information is buried????
Due to misunderstandings caused by the 2009 publication of the star's 15% contraction, Betelgeuse has frequently been the subject of scare stories and rumors suggesting that it will explode within a year, leading to exaggerated claims about the consequences of such an event. The timing and prevalence of these rumors have been linked to broader misconceptions of astronomy, particularly to doomsday predictions relating to the Mayan calendar. In their 2012 study, physicists at the Space Sciences Laboratory point out that the apparent contraction in the star's diameter may be due to the complex dynamics in the star's surrounding nebula and not the star itself, reconfirming that until we better understand the nature of mass loss, predicting the timing of a supernova will remain a challenge.
Since its rotational axis is not pointed toward the Earth, Betelgeuse's supernova is unlikely to send a gamma ray burst in the direction of Earth large enough to damage ecosystems.