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EARTH CHANGES / Re: The Moon
« on: August 15, 2011, 06:35:18 AM »
Hey Lori, Ya I seen it out this morning too and though it was a tad off too.  Going to check the positions of all the planets this week and will also check the moon to see if it is where it is suppose to be also. I wanted to check Saturn before it is no longer viewable in the evening.

Oleokie

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Proof of Prophecy / Re: Nostradamus - his predictions
« on: August 11, 2011, 12:50:53 PM »
Today I was toying with the space simulator again after seeing that old video of Nostradamus that was made back in 1981 "the man that seen tomorrow".  I was comparing the predicted dates back then and looking at the space simulator to see how the planets aligned up then moving time forward to see when it would happen again.

The Video stated that the 3rd world war would start when SUN - MARS - MERCURY were in conjunction in Aquarius. The video states this will happen again in 1994. When using the simulator and looking at Feb 1994 they align up as MERCURY - SUN - MARS. Yes all 3 are in the constellation but not in the order as was spoken.

Going Forward in Years:

March - 1996  MARS - SUN - MERCURY   ( big spacing not good alignment)

Feb 19Th to 20Th, 2011  SUN - MARS - MERCURY   now this only holds true for 2 says before mercury races past Mars.  The Libya civil war started this month.  (Right Alignment as spoken)

Feb 14Th to 16Th, 2013  MERCURY - MARS - SUN   (Backwards Alignment)

March 1st to 3rd, 2043  SUN - MARS - MERCURY   (Right Alignment as spoken)

The goal of this simulation was just to see how often the 3 planets did align in Aquarius and what order they were in.  If any of you History buffs know of this Quatrain to make sure the video had them in the right order would be nice.

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PLANET X ASTRONOMY / Re: Possible Large Object coming in behind Elenin
« on: August 11, 2011, 05:37:12 AM »
Greetings Rocketeer and Shaft.  Well Rocketeer most of the time I view at a remote site about 6 miles from little town called Ft. Cobb or 35 miles NNW of Lawton as you can get out of the light pollution pretty good there.  With your big dobsonian telescope you can pull a lot of dim things in with that large light bucket!!  I have a 8" and 6" SCT Celestron goto scopes.  We can team up in September and search the sky to see if anything is there :)

Oleokie

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PLANET X ASTRONOMY / Possible Large Object coming in behind Elenin
« on: August 10, 2011, 08:52:10 AM »
Hello again my friends. Just wanted to touch base with you all some on some info I came across this morning. The "Nibiru Insider" who viewed Nibiru from the Hubble years ago reveals, on the evening of 8/7 he and his astronomers he works with in New Zealand have locked on to Nibiru...it's coming in behind Elenin.

Nibiru coods of 8/7/11:  09h 47m 57.30s   + 13° 16 44

Now for facts that I know, as of today you can not see the object due to being close to the sun.  Here in SW Okla the sun rises at 6:49am for 8/11 which is tomorrow morning. These cords that were given puts this object  rising 31 mins after the sun rises @ 7:20am this puts the object  under the sun and a little shift to the left  or around 200 deg  if you say looking under the sun is 180 degs.

The first date using sim software that I might be able to see it with the telescope would be around September 5th and that is only if I have a clear horizon with no cloud or haze.

Until I see something with my own eyes going to call this information fiction. But it worth checking into since some of us have wondered if there was a bigger object coming in behind Elenin.

Oleokie

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Your Own World Radio - yowRadio.com / Re: Saturn's unaffected orbit
« on: July 08, 2011, 11:03:05 AM »
Mercury I haven't check in about 3 weeks but it was where it was suppose to be. I'll check it this weekend if the sky is clear.

To Mr Happy:  Sure you have already checked this but for it to work like clockwork,  I have to make sure the tripod is really level ( I use a machinst level)  Then make sure you have your Lat/Long on the money.   Then make sure your using a world clock and when you enter the time make sure it is to the second.  Also make sure your backlash setting is good. When aligning your 2 or 3 stats make sure you use the same button movement when centering the star in your eyepiece.  By doing this it hasn't failed yet.  You can also use the Sync feature to help get it tuned up if you see it is a tad off  when going to a new object.  Hope it helps :)

Oleokie

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Your Own World Radio - yowRadio.com / Re: Saturn's unaffected orbit
« on: July 08, 2011, 10:45:12 AM »
Saturn Orbit has so far not been affected.  Checked on night 7/6/11 using Skyalign software with the GoTo type of telescope after calibrating it off 3 stars then checking with messier objects to make sure it was accurate.

Oleokie

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EARTH CHANGES / Re: Heat Bursts
« on: June 24, 2011, 09:16:10 AM »
I can really understand all of your views on this and how it sounds like a load of crap. But if I wouldn't have experienced a few of these myself I would have big doubts myself, they are very rare as the conditions for them to occur has to be just right. My first one I got to feel was in the 1970s as a teenager. Most of the time they happen in the summer months. You have to have very dry air (10% humidity) on the west side of the thunderstorm which the southern plains have great contrast with our dry lines. How they form is a evening thunderstorm will pop up in the late evening hours due to the big heating of the day. The thunderstorm top must get over 50,000 feet sometime push 65K+, then the storm is a very slow mover with not much rain.   Its like the storm is a big vaccum pulling in moister air from the east and dry air from the west. I also believe dirt has a factor in them too. They seem to be happen more often when the farmlands are very dry and you can even seem the dirt plum getting pulled into the storm. They don't seem to have much upper level winds to steer them they look like a giant piece of popcorn. After the sun sets and they lose the daytime heating.  They will collapse at a very rapid rate. It is like watching a skyscraper collapsing to the ground. I know you all have heard of a downbursting thunderstorm this is just a rare breed of one. All heat burst storms will have the wind coming straight down out of them and the wind out of them hit the ground and spread out in a radius.  I remember the one in Lahoma Oklahoma back in late 1990s it hit right before harvest in June around midnight and it left a perfect circle of wind destruction for 10 miles radius. The winds at the center were over 110 mph and 10 miles out 50 mph.  Again you all are open to your own views but even my father told me of ones from back in the 40s 50s when I was a child.  Just take the time to read up more on them and I think you will have a better understanding of them :)

Oleokie

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EARTH CHANGES / Re: Heat Bursts
« on: June 23, 2011, 01:11:05 PM »
Well I have seen this happen a few times in Western Oklahoma. But never to the point where it went to over 100. I remember one about 5 years ago where it went from 81 to 90 for a bit.   I bet you could look it up the data up on mesonet history.  I'll check it out

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Greetings my friends. Today when taking a break at work I was fiddling around with the worldwide telescope looking at the hi-res shots of Mars.  When I came over this area that really stood out at Long -59:32:21 and Lat 27:18:13.  To me it look like an alien looking at a planet with a possible moon. I can make out a face, hair, body with arm and hand, earring.  I would be curious to hear what you all think of the photo or go check it out yourself at the web site. It may be all one hell of a illusion on the surface but it sure look more than that to me.

Oleokie

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PLANET X ASTRONOMY / Re: Geomagnetic storm warnings
« on: June 22, 2011, 11:15:12 AM »
As far as the government worrying about power plants with this upcoming CME like they posted a few weeks ago,  not one warning, email, phone call has been issued here at the power plant about an upcoming CME. If a very large CME hits during peak usage hours  3pm-8pm during the hot summer months went the plants are close to full capacity (90% +) the margin of error allowed from the safety trip devices are reduced more than 50%. 

It all comes back to me saying I would be shocked if the government really did put a CME safety program in.  Sounds good on paper but the greed for the all mighty dollar still rules.  The lesson to be learned here is just be ready with your family to be an extended time without electricity if a very large CME hits in the right conditions.

Oleokie

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Your Own World Radio - yowRadio.com / Re: Saturn's unaffected orbit
« on: June 22, 2011, 09:24:42 AM »
Is this simulation based on characteristics from the "gravitational universe" or the "electric universe". Would the results differ (I think they would). I'm starting to think there's a lot to this electric comet theory.
S/F
Erv


The simulation is based on gravitational not electric.  Using the gravitational simulator software, Elenin needed a mass = to .0004 sun mass or 1/2 the size of Jupiter to have even the slightest effect on the inner planets.

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Your Own World Radio - yowRadio.com / Re: Saturn's unaffected orbit
« on: June 22, 2011, 06:59:18 AM »
This morning I was playing with the ORSA software that Leonid used.  Using the JPL data of 3/26/11 for Elenin coords and path.  In the first run I set Elenin as a .01 sun mass just to see how much it would mess with the inter planets.  Next run was as a Jupiter size mass and last run was as a earth size mass. It became very clear that our sun on the inner planets has a very good grip on them according to the software.  Yes the .01 sun mass did mess with the earth a lot as shown in the movie but Jupiter size (.0009 sun mass) and earth (.000003) had very little effect as it did move Mars and Earth just a tad more outside their normal orbit and the earth size run had no effect what so ever.   Anyways I know some of you was wondering what the software did when the size was changed and just trying to help show you all.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pMFLgInBNjQ


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cs-JS-u4TI0


Oleokie

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Sure makes me wonder Lori.  Good find!

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SURVIVING the CHANGES / Re: Solar Radiaton Meter
« on: June 14, 2011, 11:07:33 AM »
Here is a live site with data your looking for.


http://www.nrel.gov/midc/srrl_bms/display/


Oleokie


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