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Sun's Setting Too Early--It's way the ... over THERE!!

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posted on Nov, 20 2004 @ 12:04 AM
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The sun is moving!!! OH MY GOD!, We're all gonna DIE!!!

Ugh... so, you're trying to say, that the suns orbit around US is off? Maybe not, but whats with this sun moving crap? Maybe it would move in our domestic space if being approached by a stray neutron star or something, but, then again, we'd already be dead if that was the case, wouldn't we.




posted on Nov, 20 2004 @ 12:10 AM
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Originally posted by Whiskey Jack
The head of the labs here keeps referring to the help he's gotten from "our friends at Talos." Is that a government lab that anyone's heard of?

OMG, look here. This has all the details in it: Training Aids Library Online System (TALOS)
And they even have a date for the launch in the upper left corner (7-11th Aug 2005).

And check out at the bottom of the page when it was last edited... (September 11, 2001 08:03 AM) ...is that odd or what? Panic, panic, wobble, wobble, wobble...


EDIT: to add
*Running around in circles*

[edit on 2004/11/20 by Hellmutt]



posted on Nov, 20 2004 @ 12:28 AM
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Anyone who thinks the sun is setting at different times other than what they expect is paranoid-delusional. If you really believe this, go to this link and note the transit time of day for the sun on the date you give and your location. Simply go outside and see if the sun is directly in-line with north and south. If you cannot percieve this with your naked eye and have no bearing of N-S within 5 degrees, then you have no business claiming the sun is setting in error of any more than 20 minutes - which I highly doubt.

I think people who claim these short setting suns have some obsession with not getting enough done in the day and think time is getting shorter or sometihing, Time still remains the same - it is only because we are busying ourselves with useless crap that people are thinking that the sun is going down before they got the chance to take out the trash.


US Naval observatory



posted on Nov, 20 2004 @ 12:57 AM
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Originally posted by evecasino

Originally posted by Whiskey Jack
Now I have a question. The head of the labs here keeps referring to the help he's gotten from "our friends at Talos." Is that a government lab that anyone's heard of?


So you get to glance at all this secret material that no one wants the normal person to know of yet you say that the lab heads keep shouting out about Talos. Hmmmm....


Crap, sorry guys, I forgot to add the smileys at the end of that :p

I'm officially not posting while at work[1] anymore, too much distraction.


[1] Heh, yeah, not an advanced agricultural lab
Sorry.



posted on Nov, 20 2004 @ 09:46 AM
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Originally posted by Torus
The sun is moving!!! OH MY GOD!, We're all gonna DIE!!!

Ugh... so, you're trying to say, that the suns orbit around US is off? Maybe not, but whats with this sun moving crap? Maybe it would move in our domestic space if being approached by a stray neutron star or something, but, then again, we'd already be dead if that was the case, wouldn't we.


Um, Torus, the sun does not orbit the Earth. . .



posted on Nov, 25 2004 @ 02:22 PM
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Look at the following web-cams. Just this last August the sunset was off the page to the right; Now, notice it's off the page to the LEFT.

The sun has moved out of view from one extreme to the other in LESS THAN than thirteen weeks. That has never happened before, at these cam-sites; they have always kept the sunset well within the range of view, no problem, during the last two years I have monitored them.

mthamilton.ucolick.org...

users.telenet.be...

webcam.keywest.com...

www.rwic.und.edu...

[shrug]



posted on Nov, 25 2004 @ 03:25 PM
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From this day forward i refuse to post in another Emily_Craig thread unless i can get it within the first page and give a full imposibble to reject reason fo the miss understanding.

i know there has been alot of people upset on ATS about how people are being mean and being rude to other people but im sorry when i read this i was ready to jump off my roof into a freezing cold pool.


its so easy to say "It doenst matter where er got out infor from" eh Emily but you wont believe any of us when we provide ligitmate links ligitmate information and grade A reasons.

mizar- about to go supernova



posted on Nov, 25 2004 @ 04:07 PM
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Nice thread Emily.

I just wonder why and howcome the days go so quickly these days. I know people used to say that saying back in the days, but really the days and nights are going as a fast as the world is spininng.

As for the sun, I heard a couple of satanits shot off a cupole of neculear bombs at it and this has shortend the suns life to about 50000 years, it might be true it might not (I read this on an a thread somewhere on this website in ats). It just seems a bit strange the way the suns been acting the way it has.

Im not surprised if there is something wrong with our sun, I mean look at our home Earth!




posted on Nov, 25 2004 @ 04:36 PM
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What I find strange, is that it is a full moon again today. I think I remember it was full moon last week as well. Impossible of course... Seems like full moon every other week. Strange...



posted on Nov, 25 2004 @ 05:59 PM
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Where'd all our amateur astronomers go today?

They were all hot to tell me what a goofus I was yesterday.

Today they're just so quiet, you'd think they'd all turned into mice.

Hmmm. [Hee hee hee]



posted on Nov, 25 2004 @ 07:22 PM
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gerr MUST RESPOND!

Ever heard of the something called the Analemma?

Read this web site or die....
here is a quote from a section of the site....



Have you ever looked at a rise and set time chart of the sun and noticed that in the summer the earliest sunrise and latest sunset do not occur on the longest day of the year? Or that in the winter the latest sunrise and earliest sunset do not occur on the shortest day of the year? This phenomenon is directly related to the shape of the analemma.


this is what you need to know this explains it all

www.analemma.com...


Mizar- The inner core has begun to colapse into a black hole

[edit on 25-11-2004 by Mizar]



posted on Nov, 25 2004 @ 08:43 PM
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Originally posted by Emily_Cragg
Where'd all our amateur astronomers go today?

They were all hot to tell me what a goofus I was yesterday.

Today they're just so quiet,

OMG, you can't get anyone to bite on your "moon" thread, so you try to stir your "sun" thread up agin.
Maybe all the amateur atronomers got tired of telling you what they see and then you saying they are wrong.



posted on Nov, 25 2004 @ 09:27 PM
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yea rrember my solem oath i few posts up?......

you know i think your on to something



posted on Nov, 25 2004 @ 09:56 PM
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... I have enough interest in other topics that I don't have to depend on other people to keep things moving along.
... There's never a dirth of information.
... But in looking over the roster of people who are here today, the guys who told me they were going to take picture last night never returned with their goodies.
... I have to admit, I was disappointed; although Lick Observatory did me proud and put them up anyway.

... This place sure keeps me busy. I could spend twelve hours a day here and never stop typing.




posted on Nov, 25 2004 @ 10:03 PM
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Emily did you see my site? i believe it may solve your questioning on this and other subjects.



posted on Nov, 27 2004 @ 08:56 AM
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Wonderful page you have, so simple, even I can understand it.

But that doesn't answer the question posed by the photos I'm copping off.
Does it? [shrug]





posted on Nov, 27 2004 @ 09:30 AM
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Stunning picture. But Emily, those two round orbs are lens flare.



posted on Nov, 27 2004 @ 09:34 AM
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Since you don't seem to have any intention to dig into the facts, I don't have to pay much attention to your comments, either.

Labeling everything as lens flare is what I call "arm-waving."

It's not a real argument. It's just a form of ridicule that I won't abide.

Bye.

You're on "ignore" until you U4U me and apologize.




posted on Nov, 27 2004 @ 10:07 AM
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It's so obvious lens flare. I don't even how to explain this to you.

What about this. Who here thinks those two orbs are planets?



posted on Nov, 27 2004 @ 10:16 AM
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so what if it sets too early???

im not a prof. OR an idiot but what is the big deal???

the seasons change you know and it is day light savings time. maybe this is the reason







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