BOARD ZAPPED AFTER
NASA CAUGHT FAKING IMAGES
Photos Missing in NASA Web Imagery
Massive Solar Flare STRIKES COMET
now on Earth Trajectory?
Wind Data Confirm Event!
Issues Ominous "Get Food" Warning
Discussion Board Zapped After
Members Caught NASA Faking Images
have accompanied the close solar flyby of the
comet NEAT Tuesday. One coronal mass ejection
plume at 05:00 hours 18 Feb. - Tuesday morning, extended at
least 5 million miles from the surface of the sun toward the
Other coronal discharges were observed extending in
excess of 12 million miles.
In the early hours of Thursday morning around 6:30am the
comet discussion board inexplicably went offline about
thirty minutes after participants discovered that NASA had
been faking web-images of the cometís passage past the sun on
the morning of the 18th February.
Swirls on Latest Images. This image now comes with our
mandatory NASA lo-cred cautionary.
A web-image posted by
(left) and our copy (right) from a sequence of 7 missing hourly photos of the
comet near the sun, had a telltale partial white comet image
below the observed comet location.
[snapshot below] The photo thus shows two positions for the
comet. This partial matched the exact position of the comet
in later NASA images in the sequence posted from the
Which is real? This, or
the above or neither?
poster to the comet board placed a link to an animated composite
(animated image right - press "F5" in your keyboard)
earlier and later images were
duplicates and suggesting that a photo editing error had caused the
revealing glitch. Both the discussion board and website went offline
around thirty minutes later.
Solar Wind Data from the
Space Environment Center now confirm
striking changes in speed, temperature and density of the solar wind
(click image left) around the time there was an interruption in the posted web images
from the SOHO satellite. Similar changes in
magnetic field data and
low energy protons have been recorded.
BAD WEATHER EXCUSE
- IN ADVANCE
A total of 7 hours of data from early Tuesday had been missing from
the hourly photographs released by the SOHO project monitoring the
Live web imaging experienced interruptions of data by
in advance was already implausibly citing "weather problems" in the
Wash. DC area as the reason. Also, the Goddard space facility
(click image right) -- stated to be as a result of weather
problems, and which instructed non-emergency staff not to attend
Tuesday 18th through Wednesday 19th February.
Rt 295, freeway (click image left) which goes by the
facilities was clear Wednesday. Indeed, locals informed
GuluFuture.com that the freeway is invariably kept open because of
the importance of the facilities it serves. In any event, it was 50F
in the area Wednesday 19th, and snow had stopped.
Also a US military website following the cometís flyby did not
provide new images from 11:30pm EST Tuesday until late Wednesday
afternoon. The images normally update several times an hour. At one
point the website showed pictures from FEB 12th, 2003 in their 5
minute live update.
Given all this, the current image data has highly dubious
credibility. The severity of the solar reactions could have torn the
comet apart and even without this, the coronal mass ejection could
cause significant weather, geomagnetic, and seismic effects on
One side-effect of the interaction with the sun may be that the
orbit of the comet has been tightened. Orbit calculations had
indicated it would be directly overhead
[click right image] around Nov. 28,
2003, but if alternative theories about comet composition are
correct, then the close flyby could have altered the trajectory
Comet NEAT now
on Earth trajectory?
and find out.
Even if the comet were to miss (likely) then the possible debris
field from the close approach to the sun could still pose serious
dangers. But electromagnetic and solar wind effects could be felt
On Wednesday, an ominous statement by Homeland security chief
Ridge, recommended American citizens to have "3-days supply of food
and water as well as flashlights" in preparation for an "attack."
Homeland Security site advises:
The new campaign seeks to reduce fears and provide information by
providing individuals specific actions they can take to protect
themselves, their families and their communities in the wake of an
attack, or another emergency situation. Emergency Supply Kit: Start
with three days worth of nonperishable food and water. Remember,
even if your community is not directly affected by an attack, your
life and daily routine may be disrupted. You may need to shelter at
home for a couple of days. Roads and stores may be closed -
electricity may be turned off - your water supply might be
Slightly excessive for a terror attack perhaps?
BEST KEPT SECRET
Incredibly, there has been little media advance reporting of this
most spectacular comet passage since
Hale-Bopp and virtually no
reporting of these current solar responses or the gaps in web
However one of the most intriguing aspects of all this, is that only
four days ago, Dr. Geoffrey Sommer, of the
Rand Corporation in Santa
Monica, California said that secrecy might be the best option if
scientists were ever to discover that a giant asteroid was on course
to collide with Earth.
"Overreaction not just by the public but by policy-makers scurrying
around before the thing actually hits because we canít do anything
about it anyway ... to a large extent you are better off not adding
to your social costs," said Dr Sommer, who is also an adviser on
Thatís right, Dr. Sommer works for the
and is also an adviser on terrorism.
BIZARRE NASA MESSAGE RE LIVE WEB IMAGING:
"NOTE: The Washington DC metropolitan area is under a snow
emergency. If the LASCO team has technical problems with the
software that reformats telemetry into images for the web they may
not be able to fix it until the emergency is lifted."
SUN DIAMETER EQUALS 870,000 MILES
NEAT DIAMETER EQUALS 348,000 MILES
LENGTH NEAT TAIL EQUALS 5,220,000 MILES
JUPITER DIAMETER EQUALS 88,782 MILES
TO SAY THIS BABY IS BIG IS A LITTLE BIT OF AN
UNDERSTATEMENT AS IS ITS TOTAL INVISIBILITY.
NOTE: Comet size referred to is size of coma -actual comet approx
size of Mercury
Hit by Solar Flare?
Spectacular images of the recently found NEAT comet show the cosmic
voyager more than twice the size of planet Jupiter may have been
struck by a massive solar eruption.
Images from the SOHO (Solar and Heliospheric Observatory)
which sits partway between Earth and the Sun and is designed
primarily to monitor space weather, have on Tuesday morning shown a
massive solar plume extending over a 5 million miles above the sun
-seemingly towards the comet. But though the photography is
time-lapsed, there are 7 hourly photographs missing from the data
released by the SOHO project -meaning it is impossible to determine
if the plume later extended to strike the comet.
A coronal mass ejection (CME), already appears to have hit the comet
Monday, according to SOHO deputy project director Paul Brekke. The
SOHO imaging shows sunlight reflecting off gas and dust from the
cometís nucleus and hydrogen solar wind from the sun. The comet has
been in LASCOís imaging domain since Sunday. It will begin to move
out of the field of view around 5 a.m. EST on Thursday, Feb. 20.