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23rd October 2011, 16:02
This link shows a possible super nova in the Orion consolation. The star Betelguese is going o super nova and will be as bright if not brighter than our sun. We might have 24hrs day time from this in 2021?
i posted 2 pictures from Google sky of the Orion. The star that they are talking about is his left shoulder star. When looking at it up close you see rings and bright light. The picture was taken in 2007.
I hope the attached pictures work for it is first time attaching :baby:
yea it worked. There is 2 pictures there. top one is of Orion, and bottom is the close up of Betelguese. thanks again.
23rd October 2011, 22:04
Just an FYI, as you can see from the link this story ran in January and despite the 2012 headline contains the disclaimer "And while the celestial event could take place before the end of 2012, it may not occur for a million years."
23rd October 2011, 22:51
hence the question marks...... wanted input... thanks
24th October 2011, 04:08
The article you refer to (from January 21) is a feed of the Huffington post article (http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/01/20/two-suns-twin-stars_n_811864.html) that is based on the news.com.au article (http://www.news.com.au/technology/sci-tech/tatooines-twin-suns-coming-to-a-planet-near-you-just-as-soon-as-betelgeuse-explodes/story-fn5fsgyc-1225991009247) from 19th January that was discussed here:
Tatooine's twin suns - coming to a planet near you just as soon as Betelgeuse explode (http://projectavalon.net/forum4/showthread.php?11537-Tatooine-s-twin-suns-coming-to-a-planet-near-you-just-as-soon-as-Betelgeuse-explode).
Even Fox News has an article (http://www.foxnews.com/scitech/2011/01/21/betelgeuse-explode-scientists-say/) on it!
There again news.com.au, like Fox, is a member of News Corp...
Now news.discovery.com produced an article titled 'DON'T PANIC! BETELGEUSE WON'T EXPLODE IN 2012 (http://news.discovery.com/space/dont-panic-betelgeuse-wont-explode-in-2012.html)' which dispelled many of the rumours spread by incorrect reporting, mis-quotes and headline seeking tabloid behaviour:
Although Carter does provide quotes, he does not say that due to a Betelgeuse supernova "we'd see a second sun", "there may also be no night" or "the Star Wars-esque scenario could happen by 2012." These statements were made by the reporter, not the interviewee (as far as we can tell from the article).
But nowhere in the News.com.au article does it say anything about neutrinos being "beneficial to Earth," the Huffington Post made that part up
The Huffington Post later posted two updates to the story (http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/01/20/two-suns-twin-stars_n_811864.html) clarifying their errors.
Also news.com.au posted a follow-up article on the 22nd January titled "Betelgeuse 'not likely to explode in 2012' (http://www.news.com.au/technology/sci-tech/betelgeuse-not-likely-to-explode-in-2012/story-fn5fsgyc-1225992757166)" that said:
THE super-giant red star Betelgeuse in the constellation of Orion is destined to explode, but maybe not next year as some recent news reports have suggested and will not be as bright as some predicted...
But there's no reason to think Betelgeuse will blow in 2012, Mr Plait explained, or even this millennium...
He said that while it will shine with "incredible brightness" it would be more like a full moon, rather than Tatooine's second sun.
Hope this helps dispel some of your anxiety.
Kind Regards, :yo:
24th October 2011, 05:36
is there any indication that the elite and the major governments are aware of an incoming planet
is there any signs in the earth moon and sun that something big is approaching
will we believe it when we see it or will we think there goes Betelguse
27th October 2011, 02:10
i have read some where stating that the rings of saturn have been flipped 90 degrees. does anyone have any proof or not on this???
28th October 2011, 02:26
People all around the world have been photographing two suns in the sunset and sunrise for a couple of years now - the second sun appearing to be getting larger (altho a few months ago, that may have been Venus which was quite close to the sun and very bright). Here are a couple of examples (and you will find many more on YouTube. :)).
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