angeloneastralseed wrote:Every camera I take the picture with shows it, (my Mom's phone, my daughter's phone, my digital camera, my husbands phone) but only in negative. Doesn't anyone else on this forum have a cell phone or a digital camera to take the picture for themselves and see it?
angeloneastralseed wrote:I hear what you are saying about Elenin being too dim for the camera to pick up - so what would it be? I have taken pics of the sun before (for years now for fun) and have never seen anything like it. That's why I was shocked to see it there and wondered if it were Elenin.
angeloneastralseed wrote:Imma research some more....
So, I don't know how credible these are but worth watching:
1st one - I can't stand it when they add music (even tho I like Evanescence)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-K2T4Mvr ... re=related
angeloneastralseed wrote:This one be patient with, it get really intriguing by the 7th minute. Once again dramatic presentation, but listen to the words.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AJXHYvww ... re=related
angeloneastralseed wrote:This is totally cool:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xPwvEhaX ... re=related
Bob137 wrote:Loved that SNL Steven Martin, and Bill Murray episode! Been a long time since I had seen that one. Thanks for the memories!
Sagittarii wrote:I can't believe you guys are still talking about this. The image of an object next to the sun is merely a refraction in the lenses of the camera, not a comet.
Metaluna wrote:This is all I have to say...
What the hell is that...
Bob137 wrote:As what Cesarnc pointed out, these natural disasters have been increasing for some time, not from effects from the comet, also the suns solar flares are a cycle that was predicted many years ago, not from a comet coming into our solar system. (...)
By what means is such statistical data gathered?
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