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>>23308177
Still zero explanation online about this.
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>>23308177
Bigger ball
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>>23309020
fuck she was loving it, hope we get to do that in our lifetime
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I have nothing relevant, but I do have this so I hope that will be enough.
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>>23309048
Mind sharing with me who recorded this?
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>>23309213
>>23309048
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>>23309048
I managed to find a little more info. Some say its a tornado. Obviously most people see it as some sort of siphoning. Probably by some alien spacecraft to refuel its craft or to store the energy and bring it back to its home planet.
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>>23309213
It's cgi
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>>23309274
https://youtu.be/m9Me8Q9S5mw
https://sdo.gsfc.nasa.gov/data/aiahmi/
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>>23309048
coronal ejection trapped by the suns graviry and then pushed away, retard
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>>23309464
prove it you booger bitch
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>>23309531
Not him, but here's something to consider. Whatever it was, was dark. It wasn't siphoning matter out of the Sun, because what we saw was dark, something solar matter is not.

The most likely explanation is that it was a CME, but seen from an odd angle. The Sun's magnetosphere is not only very active, but extremely chaotic. That magnetic field is just about the only thing that can cause dark patches on, or near the Sun, because it traps the luminous matter into tight streams. That's what Sun Spots are, places where the luminous matter isn't, because the Sun's magnetic field is pulling it somewhere else.
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>>23309013
Kino lmfao
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>>23308151
ayyy
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>>23309048
All that I know is that a dark sphere has a similar size to Jupiter or more
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>>23308142
Always bring more ammo
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>>23308177
Is that real looks fake the sun is way brighter than that
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>>23311444
Ah knackers. Bless.
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>>23309013
What was the episode about? Did it explain why there is an alien in the KKK? Metaphor for feds?
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>>23308151
lmao
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>>23311495
the head democrat was an alien that was killing other aliens. The ones with the blood that kills people when they get exposed to it. The story is just being told by someone who was told third person so people assumed certain features.
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rare mysterious creature caught on camera, believed to be an insectoid from the horsehead nebula
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>>23309681
Nice response anon! I'm not a physicist, just a computer scientist, but I was under the impression that CME let out streaks of filament (like the spot above the black ball in the webm). What would cause the sphere to form and keep that shape that long, even after it's injection?

Once again, I'm not a physicist so I'm ignorant to most astrophysical phenomenons, but I am not ignorant to physics in general. I understand newtonian/lagrangian mechanics, (G/S)R, and some QM (for Quantum Computing), but never really dabbled in the macro/astrophysics
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>>23312302

Hahahaha... that was great!
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>>23312302
This one scene explains why season 11 bombed so hard that the franchise is practically dead.

The showrunners have even less of an understanding what the show is about now than ever before.
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>>23312458
What the fuck IS this? I had heard rumours that the new series flat-out state that aliens were never real and it was all a government psy-op.
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>>23312561
The usual corrupting and coopting a good old thing to serve as a political mouthpiece of mostly wokeness.

Sad that they managed to get the actual actors on board, but I guess they were offered and exorbitant sum and at that age I don't blame them for taking it.
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>>23312619
aka, you have no idea what the last two seasons are about.
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>>23312302
this looks like a late night show skit
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>>23308134
I always remind myself with videos like these that the government has tech we can't even imagine. It's said that the difference between government and civilian technology is like 15-20 years in terms of advancement.
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>>23312820
It more or less is. The premise of this episode is that they run into a guy named Reggie who insists that the Mandela Effect is real and that he used to be partners with Mulder and Scully; this is suppose to be one of the X-Files cases he helped them on.

As it turns out, he was a government employee who had a nervous break-down from essentially doing too much wetwork for his country and just started to believe in wacky Mendela shit because his whole job had been doing stuff people aren't suppose to remember.
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>>23312866
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>>23313106
What; am I suppose to be upset that a show whose bread and butter is literally conspiracy theories had someone say that Mulder is a part of the "Deep State"? Especially when a running thing in the series was other FBI agents mocking Mulder?
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>>23311471
that's why they dim the footage retard
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>>23312302
TDS is a hell of a drug
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>>23308142
General Kenobi.
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>>23312302
>bing bing bong

As retarded as it is in the series it is pretty funny
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>>23308134
When they zoom in, that isn't any shape but rather a sort of effect. No clue what the effect is called, but you can see it when using your own camera zoomed in on a distant light while unfocused, or making your vision blurry or through a water droplet.
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>>23309013
Even aliens know racism is based.
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>>23308111
literally just glare from a passing car
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>>23312302
>This is the jewiest alien encounter ever filmed
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Wild Chupacabra on video
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>>23308111
Fffs post some real shitz
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>>23313226
Whose upset? It's funny you autist.
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>>23308177
It gotta be sun's natural phenomenon.
Look near it there is exactly the same phenomenon but dissipate before it's become perfect.
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>>23317000
what a sad creature.
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>>23311844
I'm not a physicist, either. Hell, I've never been to college. This is just common sense and basic science knowledge. The plasma in the Sun's corona are extremely luminous. If I remember right, the corona is actually hotter than the surface of the sun, -because- of the energy put into it by the magnetic field's chaotic motion. When we think of magnetic fields we often picture that old image of lines around a magnet between the poles. The same type of illustration is often used to show the Earth's magnetic fields. But the Sun's field lines just get twisted up like rubber bands. They stretch and cross and get forced out into odd shapes, and often while solar matter is flowing through/around them. They twist to the point they seem to just snap. When that happens, solar matter is ejected into space, creating a CME.

Now, obviously, this image is not at full brightness. It may not even be visible light as the Sun throws of energy in the full spectrum of energy. So while it -looks- like a dark semicircle with some kind of tendril trailing off of it, it probably isn't that dark in reality and there is probably something we aren't seeing in this view because of the filters and spectrum being viewed. So, the simple answer -usually- being the correct one, what we are seeing in this video is not all that is happening. We might not see the upper part of the loop or the rest of the image because someone specifically framed this shot to create controversy, or speculation.

Yeah, it -might- be something weird or unusual, but the chance that it is, is pretty low. The most likely situation is that it's just a CME seen through filters and from an odd angle. It's not even a particularly big CME. Just one of the normal bubbles in the boiling pot that is our Sun.
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>>23313448
You are a bold one.
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>>23316902
repeating road texture, clearly cgi
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>>23319342
X-Files fans are very sensitive.
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