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VIDEO: MASSIVE CME Apr. 3 2011 / NASA has gone dark

MASSIVE CME Apr. 3 2011 / NASA has gone dark Massive earth directed CME yesterday and this morning; funny thing is NASA hasn't updated any of its major solar websites since yesterday. hasn't even mentioned it on their site. This massive CME is earth directed and will hit us in 48 E A R T H Q U A K E S ! ! ! ! look at this still from this morning, this thing is massive! and Come Tues / Weds. I would not be anywhere near the west coast.

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Comment by Kal'Narred on April 4, 2011 at 7:36pm
I agree totally Ullan, it's unfortunate that we have many scientists and academics who don't seam to accept that. In many cases the outcome is already decided before the experiment or measurement is taken, there seams to be a political and financial objective behind that and when it doesn't make sense then we get "oh you're not a scientist" or "you just don't understand", case in point "man made global warming". But I digress, would a massive CME cause an earthquake either directly or indirectly? I'm not aware of any evidence to suggest that it would, but that doesn't mean that it doesn't
Comment by Ullan on April 4, 2011 at 7:21pm

Science is not, on the whole, complicated. The scientific method is simply a way of observing and experimentation which results, eventually, in a simplified and mostly accurate description of the events observed. However, lately Science (I use capital S to indicate a general concept rather than a single discipline) has taken a fairly anthropic slant.


Good Science begins with the observer assuming nothing. Often, the scientist will run an experiment in such a way that he or she is expecting certain results. When the opposite happens, or something entirely unexpected, the experiment is often deemed a 'failure' when indeed what has happened is pure science. Entire phenomena have been described in terms of the observer, rather than the observed. Frequently new theories are discredited (despite backing evidence) because the proposed new change would make it impossible to calculate results into the future. It should be noted that nature does not care if we can predict or calculate something, and certainly won't be as obliging as to change itself around just so we could.


In short, science does not fail when it fails to understand something. It simply means more investigating and, yes, more scientific evolution is needed. If it cannot be measured today, invent a new scale of measurement. If it cannot be calculated, refine mathemathics.


Science, in short, is nothing but observation and common sense. No previous experience required.

Comment by Kal'Narred on April 4, 2011 at 9:52am
To be honest (and a lot of academics seam to have a problem with this concept) we just don't know what will happen. Scientists like to think that we do and that science dictates the laws of nature. Alas it most definitely does not. Science is our making sense of our observations, nothing more. What current understanding of the universe tells us (if you look at the data and not someone’s interpretation of the data) is that for every expected result there are 10 or more unexpected ones. I predict that the only way for science to evolve is if it combines with spirituality (within reason). Sorry, just a little tangent, but if any academic tells you that you are stupid and throws long complicated words at you, they are just trying to make themselves seam better than you for they’re own ego. Every scientific theory or concept can be explained in simple language, it cuts the bullshit and makes science accessible to everyone.
Comment by JIM4HOPE on April 3, 2011 at 9:12pm
Time will tell .Thanks Jose.
Comment by Kal'Narred on April 3, 2011 at 8:48pm
The sun is reaching a highly active state, but we shouldn't worry yet. it takes 7 minutes for energetic particles to reach us from the sun. a sure fire sign that we're being hit is you'll see the Arora much more south of where it should be and everything electronic will probably go dead. We will be fine (more or less), it's happned loads of times before and the human race caried on.
Comment by Ullan on April 3, 2011 at 8:00pm

While I concur that this a fairly sizeable coronal mass ejection (to be fair probably the largest I've ever seen), it must be noted that these have /not/ been linked to tectonic activity.


CME's affect neither mass nor local gravitational field strength, and as such cannot trigger earthquakes in the conventionally understood manner of tectonic motion.  We're certainly in for some beautiful auroras and some scrambled communication satellites, however.

Comment by Bishop on April 3, 2011 at 7:23pm

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