NASA Images Earth Sized Spherical Objects Inside Corona

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PostSun Jan 24, 2010 6:47 pm » by Kris75


ackbar wrote:
kris75 wrote:i find this old artikel very intressting

U.S. scientist says scores of UFOs fly around the Sun...

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http://english.pravda.ru/society/anomal/76409-0/


I up this to my blog... thank you!! Very sinchromistic!!

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PostSun Jan 24, 2010 6:51 pm » by Vertigo


trenker wrote:Some of the spheres have impossible lighting angles. By that I mean when the sun is to the right, the shadow is also on the right of the sphere; that's illogical captain! Even if you place them far behind the sun or closer to the camera to get more extreme angles. Admittedly, not all are illuminated incorrectly, but it only takes one contradiction to invalidate an hypothesis.

There, debunked this thread twice, ahhhh, time for a cup of tea.


well wheres your evidence? where exactly did you see that?

by the way here some spheres too:
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2 of them on the lower left

original link: http://umbra.nascom.nasa.gov/eit/images ... it_171.gif?

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PostSun Jan 24, 2010 6:55 pm » by Ackbar


vertigo wrote:
trenker wrote:Some of the spheres have impossible lighting angles. By that I mean when the sun is to the right, the shadow is also on the right of the sphere; that's illogical captain! Even if you place them far behind the sun or closer to the camera to get more extreme angles. Admittedly, not all are illuminated incorrectly, but it only takes one contradiction to invalidate an hypothesis.

There, debunked this thread twice, ahhhh, time for a cup of tea.


well wheres your evidence? where exactly did you see that?

by the way here some spheres too:
Image

2 of them on the lower left

original link: http://umbra.nascom.nasa.gov/eit/images ... it_171.gif?



WOWWWWWWW.... in post NOW!!

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PostSun Jan 24, 2010 6:58 pm » by Trenker


germanpils wrote:
trenker wrote:Some of the spheres have impossible lighting angles. By that I mean when the sun is to the right, the shadow is also on the right of the sphere; that's illogical captain! Even if you place them far behind the sun or closer to the camera to get more extreme angles. Admittedly, not all are illuminated incorrectly, but it only takes one contradiction to invalidate an hypothesis.

There, debunked this thread twice, ahhhh, time for a cup of tea.



OK smartass:

first off: nobody on this little earth DOESNT KNOW any material that stands the heat
of a million °C
second: we dont know ANYTHING what happens to their material with such heat.


You're right in your own little closed loopy kind of way...

You're saying that because we do NOT know how these hypothetical objects behave and look, we cannot make a statement about what they are NOT. From which I infer that they can be anything that we care to imagine them to be. That being the case, any further discussion is a waste of time.

Sounds like a conversation I had with a faith based fanatic a few years ago.

Circular closed logic loops for the win!

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PostSun Jan 24, 2010 6:58 pm » by Kris75


vertigo wrote:
trenker wrote:Some of the spheres have impossible lighting angles. By that I mean when the sun is to the right, the shadow is also on the right of the sphere; that's illogical captain! Even if you place them far behind the sun or closer to the camera to get more extreme angles. Admittedly, not all are illuminated incorrectly, but it only takes one contradiction to invalidate an hypothesis.

There, debunked this thread twice, ahhhh, time for a cup of tea.


well wheres your evidence? where exactly did you see that?

by the way here some spheres too:
Image

2 of them on the lower left

original link: http://umbra.nascom.nasa.gov/eit/images ... it_171.gif?




nice picture!!! :flop: :flop:

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PostSun Jan 24, 2010 7:00 pm » by Captchaos


Some great posts all. Looks like NASA was caught asleep @ the wheel on quite a few of the SOHO pics. I wonder why we haven't heard about the largest solar flare in years on the news..lol..I would hate for people to think about anything other than the earthquake Haiti relief (HMMMM..).
I'll tell u why! If this "solar flare" made the news, then +thousands of people would take a look at the the latest SOHO images and say wtf.it would go viral.
Makes ya :think: about this Earthquake, :headscratch: "150,000+ DEAD" :bullshit: or "MANY ODD FOREIGN, PLANET SIZED, SUPPER HEAT RESISTANT, UFO'S ARE IN ORBIT AROUND OUR SUN" :help: . Which do you think is the safer CNN news headline.
THANKS FOR THE POST!
I'm going to ask a few of my NASA Employee Tweeter buddies to take a looksy' and get their opinion..
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PostSun Jan 24, 2010 7:07 pm » by Dirttyrabbit


maybe... just maybe... the things we see up there could be things humans put up there?

its a thought

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PostSun Jan 24, 2010 7:10 pm » by Trenker


vertigo wrote:
trenker wrote:Some of the spheres have impossible lighting angles. By that I mean when the sun is to the right, the shadow is also on the right of the sphere; that's illogical captain! Even if you place them far behind the sun or closer to the camera to get more extreme angles. Admittedly, not all are illuminated incorrectly, but it only takes one contradiction to invalidate an hypothesis.

There, debunked this thread twice, ahhhh, time for a cup of tea.


well wheres your evidence? where exactly did you see that?


Having problems finding the indisputable one I saw earlier. Gawd I'm just too lazy for this - I'll keep looking tho. Was a nice cup of tea while it lasted.

EDIT - Found two:
1) The orb in slushpup's mass of images on page 1 of this thread - penultimate pic.
2) orb in middle of sun in this image: http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_OhaHEeWqYU0/S1q80pDfXbI/AAAAAAAAHZI/rXNqYHQPUWc/s1600-h/2+orbs.jpg

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PostSun Jan 24, 2010 7:18 pm » by Reinaul


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PostSun Jan 24, 2010 7:21 pm » by Germanpils


trenker wrote:
vertigo wrote:
trenker wrote:Some of the spheres have impossible lighting angles. By that I mean when the sun is to the right, the shadow is also on the right of the sphere; that's illogical captain! Even if you place them far behind the sun or closer to the camera to get more extreme angles. Admittedly, not all are illuminated incorrectly, but it only takes one contradiction to invalidate an hypothesis.

There, debunked this thread twice, ahhhh, time for a cup of tea.


well wheres your evidence? where exactly did you see that?


Having problems finding the indisputable one I saw earlier. Gawd I'm just too lazy for this - I'll keep looking tho. Was a nice cup of tea while it lasted.

EDIT - Found two:
1) The orb in slushpup's mass of images on page 1 of this thread - penultimate pic.
2) orb in middle of sun in this image: http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_OhaHEeWqYU0/S1q80pDfXbI/AAAAAAAAHZI/rXNqYHQPUWc/s1600-h/2+orbs.jpg



whats the problem with the second link?
the orb on the right is black and the one on the left has a shadow on its back too
You know, you don't see with your eyes,
you see with your brain and the more
words your brain has, the more things you can see.
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