More on approaching oort cloud, by expertPREFACE... by Nicky from New ZealandPeople all over the planet are saying their sunsets are pink, and I noticed it was a bit pink in Auckland tonight. There are threads on the www.godlikeproductions.com forum about this. Usually dust causes this..Someone has done their homework on aussie bloke's stuff. Don't know if it's true or not but when Dr Gartrell's co-worker at Pine Gap posts anon on GLP and says he thinks he is that same man he knows and another one also writes more about the dust cloud coming scientifically on GLP and both 'seem' genuine, I'll post it anyway..The fact that 'a' Dr Gartell worked at Pine Gap is enough for me to pursue this further. However Aussie guy said he posted his last post forever. If he posts under another name at GLP forum, we will prob recognize his personality and typos. -Nicky---------------Sent anonymously to Godlikeproductions forum.http://www.aad.gov.au/asset/webcams/davis/default.asphttp://www.aad.gov.au/asset/webcams/mawson/default.aspThis is 2 Aussie Antarctic bases, though not sure what time the Antactic night is. I think it is longer than our night.NickyPink sky stuffhttp://www.godlikeproductions.com/bbs/message.php?message=338689&mpage=1&topic=3&showdate=6/8/04&replies=12&PHPSESSID=a86eac3e5d4ef54e0cf1a2882de2820aAs the approaching cloud nears the sun the particles become super heated, ascan be seen from the SOHO C2 views, the sun has developed a very broad andconsistant "halo" produced by the super heated particles of the cloud as itengulfs the sun. It will become interesting as the earth passes through thesame "cloud" - for a period and in effect there will be physical connectivity between the planet and the star as the cloud acts as connector. Our high atmosphere will be touched by the superheated particles as they directly conduct heat along the "circuit". Given the presence of oxygen, it will be most interesting to see what transpires after that.Well... you have to agree with science, that space is not empty at all and that in fact space is a hyper thin atmosphere rather than "nothing".Approching the sun (and the earth) is a huge "dust" or debris fieldstretching for light years in all directions. As this debris field encounters the sun´s quite high temperatures the particulate matter of the cloud becomes super heated and begins to coalece or "burn".As the cloud engulfs the sun, the sun appears to have a large diameter halo around it - this is the dust and debris of the cloud superheating.This effect can be seen in the SOHO C2 pictures.Due to conductivity of heat into the cloud, more and more of the cloud isbecoming super heated.Shortly earth with also be engulfed in the same cloud... at that point,theoretically, it could be said that there is a "physical" connectionbetween the earth and the sun via the circuit provided by the dust anddebris composing the "cloud".Again theoretically the path provided by matter of the cloud could act inthe manner of a wick or like in old western movies...like a trail of gunpowder which as the sun superheats particles the transfered heat moves ever further out into the dust cloud until eventualy the heated dust in contact with earths outer atmosphere begins to find the fuel of earth, hydrogen - which of course makes the earth atmoshere a balazing inferno -briefly of course.The pink sky´s many are seeing is caused by the initial heating of cloudparticles as they engulf the sun and begin to heat up and coalesce_______________http://www.godlikeproductions.com/bbs/message.php?message=339197&mpage=1&topic=3&showdate=6/8/04&replies=23&PHPSESSID=a86eac3e5d4ef54e0cf1a2882de2820aPlus more on another threadPay Attention6/8/20045:46 pm EDT Actual arrival of dust cloud is 6/12Remember what AB wrote (go back and read it if you need too). He said thatthe black space dust would appear "suddenly", that you would wake up and thesun would not be shining, etc...the dust cloud with the "death rain" wouldbe approximately one week before the first impact. The very fringes of thedust cloud are just now reaching their fingers towards the bottom of ourplanet. Remember what AB said, that we would notice a gradual dimness atfirst (in other words, nothing dramatic!)Here is an interesting graphic.
Notice on the Austalian view, very dark clouds(?) covering the southernsphere (...but to me the perspective is odd). Also, on any of the views witha horizon,
and to the top right of the frame, there are two oblong objects. Could bestars, but most other stars are not elongated, as these two are...Just mytwo cents, from a curious observer to this scenario...