OMG! Comet Lovejoy Makes It!

CONTINUED ADVENTURES OF COMET LOVEJOY: The scorched core of sungrazing Comet Lovejoy is still intact as it recedes from the sun. Even the comet’s flamboyant tail, temporarily lost in transit through the solar corona, has regrown. Click to view the last 24 hours of coronagraph images from the Solar and Heliospheric Observatory (SOHO):

SOHO images show two tails: the ion tail and the dust tail. The ion tail is made of gas and is blown directly away from the sun by the solar wind. The heavier dust tail is curved and more closely traces the comet’s orbit.

Now that the comet is more than five degrees from the sun, it is possible (albeit still not easy) for amateur astronomers to photograph it just before sunrise. A team led by Czech astronomer Jan Ebr captured this image at sunrise on Dec. 17th:

Credit: Jakub Cerny, Jan Ebr, Martin Jelinek, Petr Kubanek, Michael Prouza, Michal Ringes

“We used a remotely-controlled 12-inch telescope in Malargue, Argentina,” says Ebr. “The sun was below horizon at the time we took the picture, but just barely. There was only a 30 minute window between the rise of the comet and that of the sun “

COMET LOVEJOY SURVIVES: Incredibly, sungrazing Comet Lovejoy survived its close encounter with the sun yesterday. Lovejoy flew only 140,000 km over the stellar surface during the early hours of Dec. 16th. Experts expected the icy sundiver to be destroyed. Instead, NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory caught the comet emerging from perihelion (closest approach) apparently intact:

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SDO also recorded Comet Lovejoy’s entry into the sun’s atmosphere: movie.

Comet Lovejoy began the week as a chunk of dusty, rocky ice more than 200 meters in diameter. No one can say how much of the comet’s core remains intact or how long it will hang together after the searing heat of perihelion. “There is still a possibility that Comet Lovejoy will start to fragment,” says researcher Karl Battams in a NASA news release. “It’s been through a tremendously traumatic event; structurally, it could be extremely weak.”


Dark Sun — April 2011

12/1/2011 — “Dark sun” from April 2011 — hypothesis = sun was outshined (plasma over-powered) by another object

Posted on December 1, 2011

When this happened, NASA claimed it was EARTH passing in front of the Sun .. obscuring the sun from our view…

Well.. now in review… the SDO (solar dynamics observatory) from April 1st and 2nd 2011

The camera views through the HMI, 1700, and 1600 (and several others) clearly show .. that the Earth DID NOT PASS in front of the sun.. because we can STILL SEE through the “darkness” in several of these shots !!!  ONLY VISIBLE SPECTRUM appeared to “turn dark”.

I’d like to explain my hypothesis of what actually caused the sun to “appear to turn dark”…

IT DID NOT GO DARK — rather.. an object BRIGHTER passed by — an object that is emitting a field of plasma which is interacting with the sun in such a way as to negate the SDO sensors…

This BRIGHTER, or more powerful object de-luminated or possibly even ILLUMINATED the surface of the sun… thus revealing the true  surface of the star.. which is indeed dark black !

So we still received the light on earth from the sun.. it never physically “went dark”.. rather we must have gotten a double dose of light on that day.. because whatever the SDO picked up was shining  BRIGHTER than our sun.. or was VERY CLOSE TO IT !!!

The shots below tell  the tale.. we would NOT be able to see through the Earth obviously.. yet the HMI and other shots from the SDO do not lie !  Unless earth has become transparent!

In an ironic twist of fate.. if you go check the Magnetogram or Dopplergram from the same time.. the FEED WAS CUT for that hour !!  lol.. they update every few minutes.. then we have that whole hour “missing”… EPIC ! …. NASA = n.ever a. s.traight a.nswer


Unusual Steam Venting North of L.A.

CONFIRMED ! SMOKE and STEAM coming out from the ground in south California

Posted on August 15, 2011 by dutchsinse

LITERALLY, smoke and steam coming out of the ground just NORTH of Los Angeles !!! just 2 days ago !

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This 100% validates the plume activity we saw 3 weeks ago to the north east of Los Angeles, and all the way up the west coast … exactly what I thought it would look like.. steam venting like a very large fumerole, but on a MASSIVE scale all the way up the west coast.

Taken in conjunction with the announcement this past week of fresh lava flows off the coast of Oregon, I would say we have a full blown seismic event underway on the west coast of the USA.

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Mouse Develops Resistance to Poison

Mutant Mouse Resistant to Poison

By Nadine DeNinno | July 21, 2011 9:07 PM EDT

A mouse has been found that is resistant to poison due to interbreeding, according to scientists at Rice University, which can potentially lead to its spread across the globe.

The European house mouse was found to be resistant to certain ingredients in common rodent poisoning due to a genetic mutation stemming from interbreeding. The mutation to gene vkorc1, which is present in mammals to manage Vitamin K, allows the “super mouse” to be unaffected by warfarin, a common rodent toxin.

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Fossil Frankenstein Bug Found

Ancient ‘Frankenstein’ Insect Discovered

Wynne Parry, LiveScience Senior Writer
Date: 19 July 2011 Time: 06:00 AM ET

Insect “Frankensteins” have been discovered among fossils from a deposit in Brazil. The prehistoric creatures had the wings and middle-body segments of a dragonfly’s, wing veins arranged like a mayfly and a praying mantis’s forelegs.

“It is a very strange mix of characteristics that are otherwise only known for the unrelated insect groups,” said one of the researchers to discover this new group of insects, Günter Bechly, a paleontologist at the State Museum of Natural History in Stuttgart, Germany.

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Haboob Strikes Phoenix Again

Wall of dust known as a ‘Haboob’ strikes Phoenix again

Published on July 18, 2011 6:30 pm PT
– By Dave Tole – Writer
– Article Editor and Approved – Ron Jackson

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( — Reports are pouring into of yet another dust storm in Downtown Phoenix.

Storms formed southeast of the area between Phoenix and Tucson this afternoon. These moved northwest and took a similar track as the last ones.

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