You'll NEVER believe this Ed & Suzy , but...It HAS to be true !
North Korea Lands First Ever Man On The Sun, Confirms Central News Agency
According to the State News Agency of North Korea the country has just become the first in the world to land a man on the sun!
Around 3 AM this morning, astronaut Hung Il Gong reportedly left the Earth on his mission to land on the Sun, in a specially designed rocket ship.
There was no one else but Hung in the ship and reports indicate that he reached his destination in about four hours. He safely landed his ship on the far side of the lonely star.
“We are very delighted to announce a successful mission to put a man on the sun.” a North Korean central news anchor man said on a live broadcast earlier. “North Korea has beaten every other country in the world to the sun. Hung Il Gong is a hero and deserves a hero’s welcome when he returns home later this evening.”
This loop seems funny to me, just like all the others, why do I think it is layered, I see many things fly by at speeds, that are different, things that move at a certain speed and the sun moving at a snails pace, what speed does the Sun rotate ? why does it seem to stop and shoot mass in a direction that does not change?
both light and dark. maybe the NASA, JPL, ESU, people could explain which group is Russia with?
We are not to worry about a grain of sand in our friends eye, when we may have a two by four sticking out of our own
Re: Solar Superstorms
« Reply #72 on: Dec 2nd, 2016, 4:53pm »
Interesting. Perhaps he should build a few and test them...
SUNSET SKY SHOW: When the sun goes down tonight, step outside and look southwest. You'll find Venus and the crescent Moon beaming side by side through the deepening twilight. Try to catch them before the sky fades completely black. For reasons no scientist can explain, these two heavenly bodies are especially beautiful when surrounded by twilight blue.
Re: Solar Superstorms
« Reply #73 on: Dec 3rd, 2016, 7:18pm »
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Interesting article, didn't like the title, cuz they don't know what they don't know.
Cliff-67 8 sides vs 4 sides Giza, the indention of the 4 sides, "KINDA" makes it 8, however, what makes this important to me, is, this can only be seen for above, #1, and in tune with the seasons #2, This demonstrates purpose IMHO, UPWARD
NASA - Ancient Observatories - Timeless Knowledge - Angkor Wat
The builders of Angkor Wat were not interested in creating a temple merely to honor their deities. They created in its very structure and orientation, a reminder of the greater cosmic order, reflected in both the passage of time, and in the changing rays of the sun at propitious times of the year.
Latitude 13°25'48'' N longitude100°54'00'' E
In 1976, University of Michigan researchers suggested that the architect of ancient Cambodia's Angkor Wat had encoded calendrical, historical and cosmological themes into his architectural plan for the temple. Published in the journal Science, the study demonstrated how Angkor Wat's architect had established solar alignments between the temple and a nearby mountaintop shrine that took place during the summer solstice. For example, standing at Pre Rup 6 kilometers away at winter solstice, one would see the setting sun over Angkor Wat. Standing near the southwestern corner in Angkor Thom the rising sun at summer equinox will be visible through, or over, the eastern gate. Six months late, the alignment has shifted to its northern point of sunrise at winter solstice.
Re: Solar Superstorms
« Reply #74 on: Dec 7th, 2016, 12:58pm »
AMAZING SUN HALO: Atmospheric optics expert Les Cowley has seen almost every manifestation of ice in the sky that Nature can produce. He's not easy to impress. On Dec 6th, however, Michael Greenham of Magog, Quebec, photographed a display that impressed even Cowley:
"That is a great one," says Cowley.
"The air temperature was -1 C on a calm December morning," says Greenham. Sunlight hitting ice crystals in the air produced "very vivid sundogs and arcs in the sky."
"This magnificent ice halo display is bristling with rare arcs," says Cowley. "From top downwards we have a circumzenithal arc. Touching that is a bright and rare supralateral arc, often mistaken for the rarer 46 degree halo. Then we have a Parry arc, first recorded in 1820 by the famous Arctic explorer William Edward Parry. Touching the familiar 22 degree halo is a 'gull-wing' shaped upper tangent arc. Radiating outward from the sun at far left and right are very rare helic arcs."
Greenham spotted these halos in his front yard. Cowley knows another place to find them: "To best see halos like this choose a subzero day a few km downwind of a ski slope. Snow blowers make high quality halo forming crystals as well as snow!"