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posted on Nov, 19 2013 @ 08:05 PM
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randyvs

ATS is the Hollywood of doom porn lately.


Three days of darkness?
edit on 19-11-2013 by randyvs because: (no reason given)


Yet, its just 3 days! Lock the doors and watch a movie, sleep, relax.

Oh boy do they have a whole thing going with that. Things to follow, do and the like. And what is with the do not go outside? I would really hate to miss something!

Doom Porn is nothing more then the Higher Self saying, Change Your Ways People!

Peace




posted on Nov, 20 2013 @ 04:03 AM
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Nah, it's not been a doom thread till now. We were just waiting for a sun-pole-flip for years and it's happening now, just when a tiny comet flies around which is very interresting.
Bump!
I'm placing a bet to the first offer here. Let's do it like gentlemen - twenty Paypal bucks at 2:1 that we'll see X-class flare until the end of January.



posted on Nov, 20 2013 @ 03:28 PM
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C'mon folks bump this thread a bit. It's an eleven year event. I want ppl to be aware of it.
2nd - Do you feel it?
edit on 20/11/2013 by PapagiorgioCZ because: (no reason given)



posted on Nov, 20 2013 @ 04:08 PM
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PapagiorgioCZ
Nah, it's not been a doom thread till now. We were just waiting for a sun-pole-flip for years and it's happening now, just when a tiny comet flies around which is very interresting.
Bump!
I'm placing a bet to the first offer here. Let's do it like gentlemen - twenty Paypal bucks at 2:1 that we'll see X-class flare until the end of January.


lol I see what you did there.

If you're right and there is an X class flare it might knock out the power, meaning you can't, and therefore won't, pay.

If someone bets against you and loses, then power will still be available and they will have to pay.

I see through your charade, Papagiorgio, and I'm not falling for it.



posted on Nov, 20 2013 @ 05:32 PM
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You almost got me
Let's give it a vid now so we can imagine things better.




posted on Nov, 20 2013 @ 05:33 PM
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cheesy

VoidHawk

C1assified

Very exciting,, Now that im older and understand it more.. Can't wait.


We're gonna look real stupid if it switches itself off!
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It must Be God switches it

Op: Snf sir
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. You get a star for just been you....Cheesy....we all love you!



posted on Nov, 20 2013 @ 07:22 PM
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Aldakoopa
This is interesting because I saw some really strange aurora-like lights in the sky last night that seemed completely out of place toward the south. But, they only lasted for a second before disappearing. The first one I saw I thought my eyes were playing tricks on me because it was just in my peripheral vision and by the time I looked directly towards it it was already gone. The second one happened in about the same area around 15 minutes or so later and I saw it directly in front of me so I don't think it was my eyes playing tricks anymore. Both times it was a green colored glow in the clear night sky, yet they flashed as quickly as lightning.


I've checked spaceweather and saw this. Does the time fit?



Departing sunspot AR1893 erupted on Nov. 19th, producing an X1-class solar flare. NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory recorded the explosion's extreme ultraviolet flash at 10:26 UT Although the sunspot is not directly facing Earth, the flare did affect our planet. Mainly, the UV flash produced a wave of ionization in the upper atmosphere over Europe, Africa and parts of Asia. A brief blackout of HF radio transmissions around the poles might have also occurred. UPDATE: The explosion hurled a CME into space. But the cloud is not heading toward Earth.


If not then maybe extrasolar radiation caused by weakened solar magnetosphere?
edit on 20/11/2013 by PapagiorgioCZ because: (no reason given)



posted on Nov, 20 2013 @ 07:29 PM
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PapagiorgioCZ
C'mon folks bump this thread a bit. It's an eleven year event. I want ppl to be aware of it.
2nd - Do you feel it?
edit on 20/11/2013 by PapagiorgioCZ because: (no reason given)


No! I'll play like the others and say, no it Can't happen! Nasa told me so!



I do Feel Something! Yet I can not but a finger on it at all! I do know I will still be around though, shame people do say they feel it too. It's like what? Am I the only one who Feels this? I did try to play it off as Doom Porn, only somehow I know it's more than that.

I'll take your bet though, make it 5 to 1 we have more then 3 X flares before Jan is up! Hate to add the Extra Crap though.

Peace



posted on Nov, 20 2013 @ 07:33 PM
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PapagiorgioCZ
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Aldakoopa
This is interesting because I saw some really strange aurora-like lights in the sky last night that seemed completely out of place toward the south. But, they only lasted for a second before disappearing. The first one I saw I thought my eyes were playing tricks on me because it was just in my peripheral vision and by the time I looked directly towards it it was already gone. The second one happened in about the same area around 15 minutes or so later and I saw it directly in front of me so I don't think it was my eyes playing tricks anymore. Both times it was a green colored glow in the clear night sky, yet they flashed as quickly as lightning.


I've checked spaceweather and saw this. Does the time fit?



Departing sunspot AR1893 erupted on Nov. 19th, producing an X1-class solar flare. NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory recorded the explosion's extreme ultraviolet flash at 10:26 UT Although the sunspot is not directly facing Earth, the flare did affect our planet. Mainly, the UV flash produced a wave of ionization in the upper atmosphere over Europe, Africa and parts of Asia. A brief blackout of HF radio transmissions around the poles might have also occurred. UPDATE: The explosion hurled a CME into space. But the cloud is not heading toward Earth.


If not then maybe extrasolar radiation caused by weakened solar magnetosphere?
edit on 20/11/2013 by PapagiorgioCZ because: (no reason given)


Note: Did you add the radiation coming from Japan also? Surely it won't cancel each other out you think? Best not to play in the snow this year!




posted on Nov, 21 2013 @ 11:54 AM
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PapagiorgioCZ
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Aldakoopa
This is interesting because I saw some really strange aurora-like lights in the sky last night that seemed completely out of place toward the south. But, they only lasted for a second before disappearing. The first one I saw I thought my eyes were playing tricks on me because it was just in my peripheral vision and by the time I looked directly towards it it was already gone. The second one happened in about the same area around 15 minutes or so later and I saw it directly in front of me so I don't think it was my eyes playing tricks anymore. Both times it was a green colored glow in the clear night sky, yet they flashed as quickly as lightning.


I've checked spaceweather and saw this. Does the time fit?



Departing sunspot AR1893 erupted on Nov. 19th, producing an X1-class solar flare. NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory recorded the explosion's extreme ultraviolet flash at 10:26 UT Although the sunspot is not directly facing Earth, the flare did affect our planet. Mainly, the UV flash produced a wave of ionization in the upper atmosphere over Europe, Africa and parts of Asia. A brief blackout of HF radio transmissions around the poles might have also occurred. UPDATE: The explosion hurled a CME into space. But the cloud is not heading toward Earth.


If not then maybe extrasolar radiation caused by weakened solar magnetosphere?
edit on 20/11/2013 by PapagiorgioCZ because: (no reason given)


I don't think the time fits it. What I saw happened between 9:15PM and 9:45PM EST



posted on Nov, 21 2013 @ 07:50 PM
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infoseeker26754
I'll take your bet though, make it 5 to 1 we have more then 3 X flares before Jan is up! Hate to add the Extra Crap though.
Peace


Indeed. It's absolutely possible. I wouldnť bet against it.

Let's hope some abnormal magnetic changes won't trigger any major earthquakes and volcanoes. Do we even know whether we need more sunlight or less? What we don't need is another mini-ice age. Reducing the global temperature by a few degrees usually means the end of civilisations. In the middle of the climate changes everything matters. Few extra watts of energy in our direction could actually do the job. This 3 miles wide greenish thing could be a big gamechanger.
edit on 21/11/2013 by PapagiorgioCZ because: gramma



posted on Dec, 23 2013 @ 02:40 PM
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So i take it nothing drastic has happened since 11-20-13?



posted on Dec, 26 2013 @ 05:05 PM
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No I felt something...a sort of ....tingling sensation.
Then I woke up on the massage chair. NOTHING HAPPEND...LOL.



posted on Dec, 26 2013 @ 05:21 PM
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In comparison the last time the Earth's magnetic field flipped was almost 800,000 years ago.


Whoooaaaa



posted on Dec, 26 2013 @ 05:24 PM
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Can you disprove such a thing? I thought not...





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