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National Solar Observatory: What's Going On?

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RavenHawk

They found out that the neutrinos coming off the Sun is melting the Earth's crust.  The Mayan calendar was only 6 years off.

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Grandpa Greenman
1 hour ago, Sir Wearer of Hats said:

The only thing I can think of is that they were networked together and some nincompoop allowed ransomware into the network and locked them all down. That would explain the FBI acting in the US. 

That really doesn't explain why they closed the post office as well, though.  Maybe somebody sent something nasty through the mail.  

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Sir Wearer of Hats
13 minutes ago, Grandpa Greenman said:

That really doesn't explain why they closed the post office as well, though.  Maybe somebody sent something nasty through the mail.  

Coincidence?

its odd that a group of solar observatories were all closed at roughly the same time. 

If it was just the one, and they closed the post office at the same time I could buy the “malicious package to the observatory” explanation. 

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pallidin

Seems to have been dealt with.

It's re-opening.

As far as other world-wide solar observatories being temporarily closed, well, the only confirmation we have is with the one in the U.S., so the "news" regarding the others are very likely faked by "conspiracy theorists"

 

 

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Sir Wearer of Hats
14 minutes ago, pallidin said:

Seems to have been dealt with.

It's re-opening.

As far as other world-wide solar observatories being temporarily closed, well, the only confirmation we have is with the one in the U.S., so the "news" regarding the others are very likely faked by "conspiracy theorists"

 

 

Ahh.

well that puts us back to “something nasty came in the post” as an acceptable explanation.

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South Alabam

Glad to know Nibiru safely passed by the sun unseen.

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pallidin
8 minutes ago, Sir Wearer of Hats said:

Ahh.

well that puts us back to “something nasty came in the post” as an acceptable explanation.

That certainly is possible, but that facility borders the classified "White Sands" complex, and purportedly unauthorized persons were seen scaling the solar observatory communication towers.

Could have my info wrong, though.

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Uber Doubter
On 13.9.2018 at 8:58 AM, Essan said:

NSO website: https://www.nso.edu/

My immediate thought is that they have received a suspicious (contaminated?) parcel by post (hence post office closed as well)?

It's very interesting that there supposedly was an "odd smell" in the area, as reported in the Youtube video Sunspot Solar Observatory: The Mystery continues - New Video emerges!.

From the video it seems like the entire facility was emptied completely. Very weird.

It may have something to do with White Sands - if that's the next door neighbour.

The supposed closing of a lot of other observatories may be little more than the typical "Some celebrity died from typhoid fever" fake news.

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seanjo
16 hours ago, Sir Wearer of Hats said:

The only thing I can think of is that they were networked together and some nincompoop allowed ransomware into the network and locked them all down. That would explain the FBI acting in the US. 

That is probably the most sensible idea I've heard so far...Post offices use computers too.

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RavenHawk
26 minutes ago, seanjo said:

That is probably the most sensible idea I've heard so far...Post offices use computers too.

I would think that these days, there are hundreds if not thousands of web cams out there (even within categories of uses – i.e. observatories to private use telescopes).  If that is so, then to have a handful down at any one time is just normal.

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RoofGardener
15 hours ago, Sir Wearer of Hats said:

Coincidence?

its odd that a group of solar observatories were all closed at roughly the same time. 

...

They weren't.  I think that bit is fake news ? 

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Gromdor

Good news!  The FBI said the reason wasn't because of any extra-terrestrial activity.  So we don't have to worry about a solar mega flare incinerating the Earth at least.

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xratedmoralstory

All these comments are so sarcastic and typically unfun.
Kind of takes the enjoyment of disbelief.
React however you wish.. just know I won�t be seeing it, or give a rats ass.
Bored of the same ol self righteous pseudo experts.

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Timothy
5 hours ago, xratedmoralstory said:

All these comments are so sarcastic and typically unfun.
Kind of takes the enjoyment of disbelief.
React however you wish.. just know I won�t be seeing it, or give a rats ass.
Bored of the same ol self righteous pseudo experts.

What are you on about?

It’s been a pretty tame discussion, and seems like people on both sides of the fence are interested to see what the explanation is. 

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3.0

"And six-winged ones issue with the angels before the sun's wheel into the fiery flames, and a hundred angels kindle the sun and set it alight"  Secrets of Enoch XI:6 

 

You never know!

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OverSword

Comically the first thing that came to my mind was the scene from the first Thor movie where SHIELD confiscated all of Jane Fosters notes and equipment.

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Gary Meadows

3 pages in, and this is all nonsense. You people are talking nonsense. Just nonsense. 

 

 

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kapow53

What a beautiful area.  Lincoln national forest.  Really nice and quiet.  Good place to do something away from the public eye.  Could be anything.

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Timothy
1 hour ago, Gary Meadows said:

3 pages in, and this is all nonsense. You people are talking nonsense. Just nonsense. 

That’s some valuable commentary right there Gary, thanks. :lol: 

More useless than what you’re criticising...

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and then
On 9/15/2018 at 6:00 AM, Uber Doubter said:

It's very interesting that there supposedly was an "odd smell" in the area

Well, it IS in New Mexico... bad burritos perhaps?  Red or green chiles that went beyond their sell-by date?

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RavenHawk
1 hour ago, and then said:

Well, it IS in New Mexico... bad burritos perhaps?  Red or green chiles that went beyond their sell-by date?

Good New Mexico chile doesn’t have a sell-by date!  :wub:

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AnchorSteam

I dunno what the big deal is here.

 

Do people think that there would be a CME and the Observatory would deliberately conceal that information?

Don't you think that some other observatory would let the word out, for not other reason than to be the Tail that wags the Dog? B)

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Seti42

Honestly, it sounds like an employee or employees of the observatory were threatened via the mail. And that threat was taken seriously. Maybe someone has a history of domestic violence or something. Hopefully, it'll come out, though...Otherwise this will become yet another NM conspiracy mill.

I honestly don't know if NM chile has a sell or use-by date. I love the stuff and eat it way too fast to worry about it expiring.

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aztek

sure, they always evacuate large area with every domestic violence threat,

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Timothy
7 minutes ago, aztek said:

sure, they always evacuate large area with every domestic violence threat,

@Seti42 was just sharing their opinion, which is not an unreasonable opinion at all.

When there’s a tangible threat, the response should also be tangible. 

It would have been nice if we got a detailed explanation from the start, but that’s not always possible. Surely you can appreciate that?

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