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 11/18/2019 01:12 PM
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Greensleeves

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Good stuff!


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SlimyBritches

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The Sun be doing odd stuff. There are those that contend that "they" put a magnifier between Earth and Sun. One posts cams in Alaska and areas north and points to a black dot in the middle of the sun. There's glare around the "sun" as it traverses the sky, but the glare is gone when the dot goes behind a tree or pole.
 11/18/2019 03:41 PM
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Should we call the prevengers or D-force? I like a bit of cynicism about things we take for granted. Fun!

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 11/18/2019 05:00 PM
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SlimyBritches

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Some contend that there's an object coming from the other side of the Sun that's will cause a pole shift. Can't wait. I'd hate to miss something like that! I'll be at the shore with a hummer towing a boat full of scuba gear. As the ocean gets sucked out, I'll use the hummer until it gets water logged, then sail on out and over the swell. If that doesn't work, at least I won't be part of the stumbling stupefied masses.

Can I get an Amen?
 11/19/2019 04:44 AM
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Cole

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Wow, that camera sure didn't like being pointed directly at the sun.
 11/19/2019 09:14 AM
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TeeBirdForever

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We've got the sun pretty much figured out, but thanks anyway.
 11/19/2019 10:46 AM
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Some contend that there's an object coming from the other side of the Sun that's will cause a pole shift.


By Nathan Case, Lancaster University

Like most planets in our solar system, the Earth has its own magnetic field. Thanks to its largely molten iron core, our planet is in fact a bit like a bar magnet. It has a north and south magnetic pole, separate from the geographic poles, with a field connecting the two. This field protects our planet from radiation and is responsible for creating the northern and southern lights - spectacular events that are only visible near the magnetic poles.

However, with reports that the magnetic north pole has started moving swiftly at 50km (31 miles) per year - and may soon be over Siberia - it has long been unclear whether the northern lights will move too. Now a new study, published in Geophysical Research Letters, has come up with an answer.

Our planetary magnetic field has many advantages. For over 2,000 years, travellers have been able to use it to navigate across the globe. Some animals even seem to be able to find their way thanks to the magnetic field. But, more importantly than that, our geomagnetic field helps protect all life on Earth....


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 11/20/2019 12:39 PM
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