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Bericht door Richardus » 09 mar 2010, 17:36

maar MarkS heeft alleen tijd om forum te lezen :drink:
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Bericht door Richardus » 11 mar 2010, 20:31

Ok, deze is echt leuk. O, eerst trouwens even excuses dat ik eergister ofzo die CME niet heb doorgegeven, die vandaag in Chili voor de 6.9 en 6.6 heeft gezorgd.

Magoe, hier een oud nieuwsbericht van NASA:
NASA provides "Explanation" of China Earthquake: "Electrical disturbances on edge of atmosphere & impending quakes"

Nasa scientists have said they could be on the verge of a breakthrough in their efforts to forecast earthquakes.

Researchers say they have found a close link between electrical disturbances on the edge of our atmosphere and impending quakes on the ground below.
http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/science/nature/7435324.stm

Wat is de bovenste laag van onze atmosfeer? De ionosfeer.
De ionosfeer is een laag rond de aarde waar de deeltjes door straling van de zon worden geïoniseerd. Het vormt de onderste laag van de magnetosfeer
Wiki
The ionosphere is the uppermost part of the atmosphere, distinguished because it is ionized by solar radiation. It plays an important part in atmospheric electricity and forms the inner edge of the magnetosphere
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En dan dit toevoegen:
A geomagnetic storm is a temporary disturbance of the Earth's magnetosphere caused by a disturbance in space weather. Associated with solar coronal mass ejections (CME), coronal holes, or solar flares, a geomagnetic storm is caused by a solar wind shock wave which typically strikes the Earth's magnetic field 24 to 36 hours after the event. This only happens if the shock wave travels in a direction toward Earth. The solar wind pressure on the magnetosphere will increase or decrease depending on the Sun's activity. These solar wind pressure changes modify the electric currents in the ionosphere.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Geomagnetic_storm

en dan krijg je dingen als dit:
1960 - Explorer VII detected solar flares that were causing "extremely severe" magnetic disturbance of the Earth's atmosphere. They were later analyzed as the greatest burst of solar radiation in the satellite's 13 months of operation.
http://helios.gsfc.nasa.gov/hist_1960.html
Greatest Earthquake
1960, Chile, South America
This earthquake was the largest ever instrumentally recorded. It measured a 9.5 on the Moment Magnitude (Mw) scale, but registered only an 8.5 on the Ms scale.
http://www.extremescience.com/zoom/inde ... earthquake

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:crazy:
Strange Portal Connects Earth to Sun

Like giant, cosmic chutes between the Earth and sun, magnetic portals open up every eight minutes or so to connect our planet with its host star.

Once the portals open, loads of high-energy particles can travel the 93 million miles (150 million km) through the conduit during its brief opening, space scientists say.

Called a flux transfer event, or FTE, such cosmic connections not only exist but are possibly twice as common as anyone ever imagined, according to space scientists who attended the 2008 Plasma Workshop in Huntsville, Ala., last week.

"Ten years ago I was pretty sure they didn't exist, but now the evidence is incontrovertible," said David Sibeck, an astrophysicist at the Goddard Space Flight Center in Maryland
http://www.livescience.com/space/081103 ... rtals.html

Weird.

Hoe weird ook, NASA erkent het ook http://science.nasa.gov/headlines/y2008/30oct_ftes.htm
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THEMIS mission tracks electrical tornadoes in space

Earth-bound tornadoes are puny compared to "space tornadoes," which span a volume as large as Earth and produce electrical currents exceeding 100,000 amperes, according to new observations by a suite of five NASA space probes.


The THEMIS spacecraft observed these tornadoes, or "flow vortices," at a distance of about 40,000 miles from Earth. Simultaneous measurements by THEMIS ground observatories confirmed the tornadoes' connection to the ionosphere.
http://berkeley.edu/news/media/releases ... ling.shtml
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Voyager tells us we live in a “fluffy” interstellar cloud

December 23, 2009: The solar system is passing through an interstellar cloud that physics says should not exist.
http://wattsupwiththat.com/2009/12/26/v ... lar-cloud/
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"Why can't I be different and unusual... like everyone else?"

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Bericht door Richardus » 11 mar 2010, 21:37

Lijkt me sterk dat dat een kosmisch fenomeen is :roll:
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Bericht door Ysfoxy » 11 mar 2010, 21:55

Jij weet alles? :roll:
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:P
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:crazy: :roll:
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Bericht door Ysfoxy » 11 mar 2010, 22:20

We leggen hier wel meteen de kern van de zaak bloot: hoelang houden vrouwen het uit bij een stelletje gelijkhebberige, betweterige zielepoten?
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Bericht door Richardus » 11 mar 2010, 22:29

moet je dus in 't andere topic posten :roll:
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Bericht door Ysfoxy » 11 mar 2010, 22:36

Dat is wel zo netjes.
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Bericht door iKer » 11 mar 2010, 23:00

Ysfoxy schreef:We leggen hier wel meteen de kern van de zaak bloot: hoelang houden vrouwen het uit bij een stelletje gelijkhebberige, betweterige zielepoten?
Ach, iKer is alweer meer dan het kwart van z'n leven bij dezelfde vrouw. :clown:
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Bericht door Ysfoxy » 11 mar 2010, 23:02

Ok, maar die hangt dan weer wel vastgeketend aan het plafond.
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Sun's Nemesis Pelted Earth with Comets, Study Suggests

A dark object may be lurking near our solar system, occasionally kicking comets in our direction.

Nicknamed "Nemesis" or "The Death Star," this undetected object could be a red or brown dwarf star, or an even darker presence several times the mass of Jupiter.

Why do scientists think something could be hidden beyond the edge of our solar system? Originally, Nemesis was suggested as a way to explain a cycle of mass extinctions on Earth.

Our solar system is surrounded by a vast collection of icy bodies called the Oort Cloud. If our Sun were part of a binary system in which two gravitationally-bound stars orbit a common center of mass, this interaction could disturb the Oort Cloud on a periodic basis, sending comets whizzing towards us.

A recently-discovered dwarf planet, named Sedna, has an extra-long and usual elliptical orbit around the Sun. Sedna is one of the most distant objects yet observed, with an orbit ranging between 76 and 975 AU (where 1 AU is the distance between the Earth and the Sun). Sedna's orbit is estimated to last between 10.5 to 12 thousand years. Sedna's discoverer, Mike Brown of Caltech, noted in a Discover magazine article that Sedna's location doesn't make sense.

"Sedna shouldn't be there," said Brown. "There's no way to put Sedna where it is. It never comes close enough to be affected by the Sun, but it never goes far enough away from the Sun to be affected by other stars."

Perhaps a massive unseen object is responsible for Sedna's mystifying orbit, its gravitational influence keeping Sedna fixed in that far-distant portion of space.

"My surveys have always looked for objects closer and thus moving faster," Brown said to Astrobiology Magazine. "I would have easily overlooked something so distant and slow moving as Nemesis."

Binary star systems are common in the galaxy. It is estimated that one-third of the stars in the Milky Way are either binary or part of a multiple-star system.

Red dwarfs are also common — in fact, astronomers say they are the most common type of star in the galaxy. Brown dwarfs are also thought to be common, but there are only a few hundred known at this time because they are so difficult to see. Red and brown dwarfs are smaller and cooler than our Sun, and do not shine brightly. If red dwarfs can be compared to the red embers of a dying fire, then brown dwarfs would be the smoldering ash. Because they are so dim, it is plausible that the Sun could have a secret companion even though we've searched the sky for many years with a variety of instruments.
http://www.space.com/scienceastronomy/n ... 00311.html
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Bericht door iKer » 12 mar 2010, 09:40

Ysfoxy schreef:Ok, maar die hangt dan weer wel vastgeketend aan het plafond.
Tja, de kat niet op het spek binden he.
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Sun's Nemesis Pelted Earth with Comets, Study Suggests

A dark object may be lurking near our solar system, occasionally kicking comets in our direction.

Nicknamed "Nemesis" or "The Death Star," this undetected object could be a red or brown dwarf star, or an even darker presence several times the mass of Jupiter.

Why do scientists think something could be hidden beyond the edge of our solar system? Originally, Nemesis was suggested as a way to explain a cycle of mass extinctions on Earth.

Our solar system is surrounded by a vast collection of icy bodies called the Oort Cloud. If our Sun were part of a binary system in which two gravitationally-bound stars orbit a common center of mass, this interaction could disturb the Oort Cloud on a periodic basis, sending comets whizzing towards us.

A recently-discovered dwarf planet, named Sedna, has an extra-long and usual elliptical orbit around the Sun. Sedna is one of the most distant objects yet observed, with an orbit ranging between 76 and 975 AU (where 1 AU is the distance between the Earth and the Sun). Sedna's orbit is estimated to last between 10.5 to 12 thousand years. Sedna's discoverer, Mike Brown of Caltech, noted in a Discover magazine article that Sedna's location doesn't make sense.

"Sedna shouldn't be there," said Brown. "There's no way to put Sedna where it is. It never comes close enough to be affected by the Sun, but it never goes far enough away from the Sun to be affected by other stars."

Perhaps a massive unseen object is responsible for Sedna's mystifying orbit, its gravitational influence keeping Sedna fixed in that far-distant portion of space.

"My surveys have always looked for objects closer and thus moving faster," Brown said to Astrobiology Magazine. "I would have easily overlooked something so distant and slow moving as Nemesis."

Binary star systems are common in the galaxy. It is estimated that one-third of the stars in the Milky Way are either binary or part of a multiple-star system.

Red dwarfs are also common — in fact, astronomers say they are the most common type of star in the galaxy. Brown dwarfs are also thought to be common, but there are only a few hundred known at this time because they are so difficult to see. Red and brown dwarfs are smaller and cooler than our Sun, and do not shine brightly. If red dwarfs can be compared to the red embers of a dying fire, then brown dwarfs would be the smoldering ash. Because they are so dim, it is plausible that the Sun could have a secret companion even though we've searched the sky for many years with a variety of instruments.
http://www.space.com/scienceastronomy/n ... 00311.html
Het is nu mainstream nieuws...in The Sun :lol: :drink:
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INCOMING: This morning, the Solar and Heliospheric Observatory recorded a halo CME emerging from the vicinity of sunspot 1054: movie. The cloud appears to be heading toward Earth and it could spark geomagnetic storms when it arrives on or about March 17th. High-latitude sky watchers should be alert for auroras.
www.spaceweather.com

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Sunspot 1054 is growing rapidly and poses a threat for C-class solar flares.

Sunspot number: 32
De rest daarvan zit dus allemaal aan de andere kant :crazy:
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Bericht door Richardus » 14 mar 2010, 09:24

Ik zal jullie maar niet vermoeien met de bizarre opeenvolging van kometen die op de zon invliegen? Volgens de wetenschappers dus allemaal gevolg van Nemesis die de Oort Cloud verstoort.
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Bericht door Richardus » 14 mar 2010, 09:33

hmm, zó'n kleintje was dat niet...
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fuck it, baggerforum pakt de .gif niet. Laat ook maar, boeit jullie toch geen ruk. Ga maar lekker verder met je Wilders en Gerda magazine :crazy: :wave:
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Bericht door Richardus » 14 mar 2010, 09:37

als het goed is blijft deze verversen
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Search on for Death Star that throws out deadly comets
Nasa scientists are searching for an invisible 'Death Star' that circles the Sun, which catapults potentially catastrophic comets at the Earth.

By Richard Alleyne, Science Correspondent
Published: 8:00AM GMT 13 Mar 2010


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The star, also known as Nemesis, is five times the size of Jupiter and could be to blame for the impact that wiped out the dinosaurs 65 million years ago.

The bombardment of icy missiles is being blamed by some scientists for mass extinctions of life that they say happen every 26 million years.

Nemesis is predicted to lie at a distance equal to 25,000 times that of the Earth from the Sun, or a third of a light-year.

Astronomers believe it is of a type called a red or brown dwarf – a "failed star" that has not managed to generate enough energy to burn like the Sun.

But it should be detectable by a heat-sensitive space telescope called WISE, the Wide-Field Infrared Survey Explorer.

Launched last year, WISE began surveying the skies in January. It is expected to discover a 1000 brown dwarfs within 25 light-years of the Sun – right on our cosmic doorstep – before its coolant runs out in October.

The nearest normal star to us is around 4.5 light-year away.

Our solar system is thought to be surrounded by a vast sphere of icy bodies, twice as far away as Nemesis, called the Oort Cloud.

Some get kicked in towards the planets as comets – giant snowballs of ice, dust and rock – and the suggestion is that the Death Star's gravitational influence is to blame.

The paleontologists David Raup and Jack Sepkoski discovered that, over the last 250 million years, life on Earth has been devastated on a 26-million-year cycle. Comet impacts are suggested as a likely cause for these catastrophes.

A similar impact by an asteroid wiped out the dinosaurs 65 million years ago, a major inquest by scientists concluded last week, though that is not being blamed on Nemesis.

Most stars have one or more companion stars orbiting around each other, which would make the sun's single status unusual.

A major clue to Nemesis's existence is a mysterious dwarf planet called Sedna that was spotted on an elongated 12,000-year-long orbit around the sun.

Mike Brown, who discovered Sedna in 2003, said: "Sedna is a very odd object – it shouldn't be there! It never comes anywhere close to any of the giant planets or the sun. It's way, way out there on this incredibly eccentric orbit.

The only way to get on an eccentric orbit is to have some giant body kick you – so what is out there?"

Professor John Matese, of the University of Louisiana at Lafayette, says most comets in the inner solar system seem to come from the same region of the Oort Cloud – launched by the pull of a companion star to the sun that scatters comets in its wake.

He suggests it is up to five times the size of Jupiter or 7,000 times the size of Earth.

He said: "There is statistically significant evidence that this concentration of comets could be caused by a companion to the Sun."
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/science/spac ... omets.html
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Bericht door Richardus » 17 mar 2010, 21:42

Oooooh boy :erm:

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Richardus schreef:
Search on for Death Star that throws out deadly comets
Nasa scientists are searching for an invisible 'Death Star' that circles the Sun, which catapults potentially catastrophic comets at the Earth.

By Richard Alleyne, Science Correspondent
Published: 8:00AM GMT 13 Mar 2010


http://www.telegraph.co.uk/science/spac ... omets.html
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Bericht door Hensup » 28 mei 2010, 12:48

Ruimteafval bedreigt de communicerende mens. :mumble:
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Jemig, die aardbeving in Haïti heeft 180.000 doden opgeleverd :eek:
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Richardus schreef:We're all gonna die!!!

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Elenin gekken in de zaal?
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Earth is nearing 'sixth great extinction,' alarming survey says

Is the end near? Scientists at Duke University say the world is on the brink of its sixth great extinction, since certain species of plants and animals are now dying out at least 1,000 times faster than they did before humans came into existence.

The study, published Thursday in the journal Science, measured the the rate at which species are disappearing from Earth. In 1995, the researchers found that the pre-human rate of extinctions was roughly 1. Now, that rate is about 100 to 1,000.

Stuart Pimm, the study's lead author, said habitat loss is mostly to blame for the increasing death rates. As humans continue to alter and destroy more land, animals and plants are increasingly being displaced from their natural habitats. Climate change is also a factor, he added.

"Whether we avoid it or not will depend on our actions," Pimm warned.
http://theweek.com/article/index/262400 ... z33GQwPnvu
The Holocene extinction is the widespread, ongoing extinction of species during the present Holocene epoch (since around 10,000 BC). The large number of extinctions span numerous families of plants and animals including mammals, birds, amphibians, reptiles and arthropods; a sizeable fraction of these extinctions are occurring in the rainforests. Between 1500 and 2009, 875 extinctions have been documented by the International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources.[1] However, most extinctions go undocumented. According to the Species-area theory and based on upper-bound estimating, up to 140,000 species per year may be the present rate of extinction.[2]

In broad usage, Holocene extinction includes the notable disappearance of large mammals, known as megafauna, starting roughly 11,500 years ago as humans developed and spread. Such disappearances have normally been considered as either a result of global warming (the current climate change), a result of the proliferation of modern humans, or both
https://www.princeton.edu/~achaney/tmve ... event.html
In terms of how humans have contributed to this mass extinction, three major factors include: the increased global concentration of greenhouse gases, affecting the global climate; oceanic devastation, such as through overfishing and contamination; and the modification and destruction of vast tracts of land and river systems around the world to meet solely human-centered ends (with 10 to 15 percent of Earth's land surface now used as urban-industrial or row-crop agricultural sites and 6 to 8 percent used as pastures), thus ruining the local ecosystems.[24][25] Other, related human causes of the extinction event include deforestation, hunting, pollution,[26] the introduction in various regions of non-native species, and the widepsread transmission of infectious diseases. At present, the rate of extinction of species is estimated at 100 to 1,000 times higher than the "base" or historically typical rate of extinction (in terms of the natural evolution of the planet)[27] and also the current rate of extinction is, therefore, 10 to 100 times higher than any of the previous mass extinctions in the history of Earth.
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PST-sjef: Terrorhandling planlagt i Norge om få dager
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Uhuh
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Bericht door Richardus » 23 sep 2014, 14:23

Het blijkt bekend te zijn wie R.C. Christian was :eek: ene Ted Turner. En hij heeft een boek geschreven, slechts 100 ex. verspreid onder een groepje. Lezen? Hier: https://mega.co.nz/#!CQg0CQ7a!UrAopa1nb ... npQVIEL8jU

en hier een screenshot van de inhoud:

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Bericht door Richardus » 23 sep 2014, 14:26

Niet Ted Turner, waarschijnlijk een geneticist die Robert Carter Cook heette.
This book was written in 1986 by Robert Christian. This
is the pseudonym of a private American citizen who has
chosen to remain anonymous "in order to avoid useless
controversy and to better focus attention on his thoughts
rather than on himself." The true identity of the author
(as well as the identities of the people he represents)
remains unknown.

In 1986, copies of the book were distributed to several
thousand "political officials and shapers of public
opinion" throughout the world. All members of the United
States Congress received copies, as did Reagan and
Gorbachev.

The first edition of this book consists of one hundred
copies printed on durable paper and bound in leather.
These copies have been autographed by the author and are
in the possession of The Georgia Guidestones Foundation.
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Bericht door Richardus » 05 okt 2014, 18:56

Uh-oh, nou ook al een uitbraak van het Marburg virus.
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Afbeelding
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Bericht door Siegfried Stahl » 05 okt 2014, 20:29

Bof jij even!
" what the fuck are you talking about! Have you no ears (laughs)".
Johnny Lydon 1983


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Bericht door Richardus » 05 okt 2014, 21:13

als het lukt om een half miljard over te houden, jazeker! :up:
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Link


Onderhand zwaar achterhaald speeltje natuurlijk.
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Google has been collecting Android phones’ locations even when location services are turned off, an investigation has revealed. Google confirmed that it has been doing this since the beginning of 2017, and say that it will end the practice by the end of this month.

But according to an investigation by Quartz, phones running Android software not only track users when the feature is disabled, but they also know where you are even if you haven’t used any apps and don’t have a SIM card inserted. Google says that Android phones collect the addresses of nearby cellular towers and transmit the information back to its servers, but claims that the data is ‘never used or stored’
http://www.makersofandroid.com/android- ... -disabled/
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:erm:

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Bericht door Richardus » 22 nov 2017, 08:30

Tja, leugenachtig maar of het nou zo boeiend is...zien ze mn vaste wekelijkse patroon en mn diverse weekendpatronen, und? Maken ze er geld op? Leuk voor ze.
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Mensen geëvacueerd op Puerto Rico om hoge golven


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Bericht door Richardus » 07 mar 2018, 10:55

Terrified Amazon Echo users reveal Alexa has been emitting 'bone chilling' laughs at random and is ignoring their commands



One user reportedly tried to turn the lights off in their home but Alexa repeatedly turned the lights back on, eventually uttering an 'evil laugh,' according to BuzzFeed.

Another Echo Dot owner said they told Alexa to turn off their alarm in the morning and she responded by letting out a 'witch-like' laugh.

Alexa is programmed in many voice-activated devices with a preset laugh, which can be prompted by asking: 'Alexa, how do you laugh?'

But so far, it's unclear why Alexa is laughing even when users don't ask her to.

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