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    O.K.......Let's go to the whistleblower who said he had been at a meeting INSIDE the Sun!! (Don't ask me which video I saw that one on!)

    We DO know human beings have been on Mars.....so.....what are we to conclude?! As Will Rogers always said, "I only know what I read in the papers!"

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    O.K.......Let's go to the whistleblower who said he had been at a meeting INSIDE the Sun!! (Don't ask me which video I saw that one on!)

    We DO know human beings have been on Mars.....so.....what are we to conclude?! As Will Rogers always said, "I only know what I read in the papers!"
    I appreciate this is a Sun thread, but how do we know human beings have been on Mars? People say or sorts of stuff, even get together to corroborate, but it doesn't mean they're telling the truth. I'd like some evidence.

    For example, I've been to the sun. Loads of people go, but TPTB are hushing it up. It's not as hot as they say. (Just ask Eric Dollard - he's a scientist and everything!) I know it's not that hot because the chocolate I put in my pocket but forgot to eat didn't even melt. My mates Mark and Jim were with me. They'll confirm all this - although they probably don't remember about the chocolate...

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    Good to know you've been to The Disk! Love Eric Dollard!

    Don't recall the year, but Bill & Kerry were at a conference with their source, Arthur Neuman; he got up on stage & announced he had been to Mars. Guess we'll have to ask Bill if he believed it?!!

    I do recall another whistleblower who had been to Mars & got sick upon his return because he didn't take the proper "med" upon his return.

    So....I have no "proof"....that is just my educated "conclusion" after all the info I have taken in. I don't even bother to listen to the "new" whistleblowers; I go by what happened in the early years of "The Ball" Bill & Kerry got to rolling!

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    Eric Dollard is right on the button when talking about radio transmitters. He's very knowledgable and I happen to have worked in the same field so I know on that subject he knows what he's talking about. But not sure what he's been taking (although plenty think he is or was off his tits on something!), but for example he described the Dark Ages as being a time when the sun was dim. Nonsense, it describes a vague period of perceived intellectual stagnation in Europe. He also claimed there were no solar cycles before cycle number 1. How can a 'scientist' not understand how the solar cycles are numbered?

    If he ever had it, I think he's lost it now when one understands the subjects about which he rambles...

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    Eric D......one thing I remember from one of his talks is that we have our electric hooked up all wrong. That here used to be stations where it would be stopped, but now there are no "breaks" & if it starts, the entire system goes down.

    I do not have a scientific mind....so you are way ahead of me in "understanding"!

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    Eric D......one thing I remember from one of his talks is that we have our electric hooked up all wrong. That here used to be stations where it would be stopped, but now there are no "breaks" & if it starts, the entire system goes down.

    I do not have a scientific mind....so you are way ahead of me in "understanding"!
    I have no idea what Eric Dollard might mean by those words. But it's in no-one's interest for a fault to cause cascading catastrophic failures. And modern power distribution is designed to prevent just that. I know people who work in the industry.

    Maybe he was talking about the time when towns and cities had their own power stations before there was a grid. That's fine, until the power station breaks down! A national grid overcomes that problem; unfortunately it is (theoretically) vulnerable to a magnetic storm caused by a very large solar flare, or terrorist software sabotage. Or maybe he was talking about local power distribution, or even domestic household wiring?

    To anyone without a scientific background, please just be aware of scientific-sounding explanations for things. Sometimes it's legitimate, but sometimes it's just bollox - especially on conspiracy/'Truth'/alternative reality/new age woo forums and websites. Well that's my opinion anyway.

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    Evidence for a new fundamental constant of the sun

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    The corona of the sun – its utmost atmosphere. © Northumbria University, Newcastle

    New studies at Northumbria University, Newcastle, show that the sun's magnetic waves behave differently than previously thought.

    Their results were reported in Nature Astronomy,

    After examining the data collected over a 10-year period, Northumbria's team from the Department of Mathematics, Physics and Electrical Engineering found that magnetic waves in the Sun's corona-the outermost layer of the atmosphere-react to sound waves coming from inside the Earth Sun come out.

    These magnetic waves, known as Alfvenic waves, play a crucial role in transporting energy around the Sun and solar system. It was assumed that the waves were created on the solar surface, where boiling hydrogen reaches temperatures of 6,000 degrees and burns the sun's magnetic field.

    However, the researchers have found evidence that the magnetic waves in the atmosphere are also more responsive to sound waves emerging from the interior of the sun.

    The team discovered that the sound waves leave a distinctive marker on the magnetic waves. The presence of this marker means that the entire solar corona is shaking collectively in response to the sound waves. As a result, it vibrates over a very clear frequency range.

    This newly discovered marker is found throughout the corona and was consistently present over the 10-year period studied. This suggests that it is a basic constant of the sun - and possibly a basic constant of other stars.

    The results could therefore have a significant impact on our current understanding of how magnetic energy is transmitted and used in stellar atmospheres.

    Dr. Richard Morton, lead author of the report and high-ranking lecturer at Northumbria University, said, "The discovery of such a striking marker - possibly a new constant of the sun - is very exciting, as we have always believed that the magnet was made by waves Hydrogen on the surface excited, but now we have shown that they are excited by these sound waves, which could lead to a new way to examine and classify the behavior of all stars under this unique signature. "Now we know the signature is there We can look for it on other stars.

    "The sun's corona is more than a hundred times hotter than its surface, and it is believed that the energy from the Alfvenic waves is responsible for warming the corona to a temperature of about one million degrees - the Alfvénic waves are as well Responsible for heating and accelerating strong sunlight Wind from the sun traveling through the solar system These winds travel at speeds of about one million miles per hour, they also affect the atmosphere of stars and planets, affect their own magnetic fields and cause Phenomena like Aurora. "

    Morton added, "Our evidence shows that the Sun's internal acoustic oscillations play an important role in the excitement of the magnetic Alfvenic waves, which can give the waves different characteristics and suggests that they are more prone to instability getting hotter and hotter can become faster solar winds. "

    Dr. Morton and Professor McLaughlin are currently working with NASA to analyze images of the sun taken by NASA's high-resolution coronary imager, Hi-C.

    Her article "A basal contribution of p-modes to Alfvenic wave flux in the solar corona" is published in Nature Astronomy,

    More information:
    R. J. Morton et al. A basal contribution of p-modes to the Alfenic wave flux in the solar corona. Nature Astronomy (2019). DOI: 10.1038 / s41550-018-0668-9

    Journal reference: Nature Astronomy
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