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alert pole shift news some thing has exploded in the centre of our galaxy and inbound.part 1 of 2

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  • uploaded: Dec 18, 2012
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http://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/nustar/news/nustar20121023.htmlfirstly apologies for the delay, but i wanted to release the 2 videos at the same time, sadly because of the rural location i am situated in means that the upload time takes a lengthy time even for 15 min videos. The foundation of these 2 videos is simply this, NASA witnessed an explosion at the centre of our galaxy which must have been travelling at the speed of light for thousands of yrs beccause of the distance from our solar system to where the centre of the galaxy is, and this is recently been observed and i have to say it is terrifying because the speed of light or light which travels at the speed of light, has arrived at an optical device orbiting planet earth, so what you might say, let me try and help you understand this, you will get an EMP pulse off the detonation from a nuclear device before you encounter the blast, it is very difficult for anything molecular or even on the scale of frequency to travel at the speeds of light, now think about that, there is something behind the light that was optically observed from NASA, such as x rays, gamma rays, alpha beta and cosmic particles following at a slightly slower speed than that of light. when this arrives is only a question of speed against distance and forecasting ahead, NASA know when the photos were taken and these observations recorded, they know what speeds particles travel at from such exotic explosions, they know the time to the minute, and i am just going to leave it here because i do not know those specifics, i only know that light will be the first sign of things to come with relation to the speed of light.

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  • danwiberg9#

    danwiberg9 December 24, 2012 12:00:08 AM CET

    Hmmm how many years does it take for light from the center of the galaxy to reach the earth?
    Well the center is about 25,000 light years away, Translated into normal language that means it took 25 thousand years for the light we see today to get here.

    Do you get that? If it EXPLODED 25 thousand years ago and you actually SEE it then it is already here. AND it is VERY OLD.

    I am guessing you stayed up all night the 21st waiting for the MAYAN prediction too? I got a great nights sleep and you know what I will sleep great tonight too.

    Climb down off that dooms day pedestal, go have a beer, make love to that ugly woman you married and just BE HAPPY and let the fear porn go.

  • Deeppeace#

    Deeppeace December 23, 2012 8:01:19 PM CET

    Good catch. Glad you shared the NASA page with us via your webcam, as it appears they've pulled that page - link goes nowhere.

    He may be a questionable source - being a contactee - but Pane Androv has spoken about something that sounds similar. You might at least find him worth a listen.

  • Temps13#

    Temps13 December 20, 2012 4:35:31 AM CET

    cant you see..on the upper right of the thumbnail? its clearly a face..an evil one too

  • Sidewallfusion#

    Sidewallfusion December 19, 2012 8:45:09 AM CET

    For gods sake man, that smutt sheet you are quoting is just a gutter press disinfo rag designed to entertain, not inform.
    At the distance of the center of the galaxy a light year will be perceived as microscopic. Any light from the massive body at the center of the galaxy travelling parrallel with the viewer on earth could never be seen.

    Put another way, the further away from any object we travel, the smaller that object is perceived. At 40,000+ light years distance the center of the galaxy and a light year, would be a tiny, minute, miniscule pixel. We would never ever see movement at that distance, unless the laws of physics are wrong or light travels many times faster than C or the people saying that we can see movement at that distance think we are as daft as they are.

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