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yhin – hawaii para dime

You wouldn’t understand the reality bending involved in manifesting this song. Who the frack stenciled 504 at least 3 times in Newtown? Obviously time travel is involved. You would be schizophrenic too if you walked in my shoes. A warning to you apron wearing archon loving fags. This song will haunt you and undress your daughter at the same time. I know about the blue/green ley waves. Blue and green must never be seen? You retarded fucks. I suppose Satan and Lucifer and 666 are bad too, huh? Geez, you underestimate me. I got some qabala riffs going on in this shit too. “G” stands for gay, right? hahaha you’re in trouble RAAAAA!!

Something you see ONCE in a Hundred years!

The last Venus transit till 2117 and who knows what the world will look like when that happens! This is footage both in the visible and H-alpha wavelength of the Venus transit of 5th June 2012. I watched it from near the power substation for the Keck Observatory, about one vertical mile below the summit (although I was still at an altitude of ~ 10 000 ft, ~ 2miles). This whole trip was put together at incredibly short notice. Indeed this was my first attempt at solar timelapse and my first attempt to use the H-Alpha telescope to do it. Knowing nothing about such things, it’s usually my reckoning that it takes about 3 attempts to get good at this sort of thing. If I had know more about H-alpha telescopes, I would have certainly spent more on one. The solar scope I got cost about 1000 bux (in europe where i was at the time), but if I had really known what I was doing I should have probably spent 2-3x that amount. However even if I had known that, it was not clear I would be able to buy such a telescope in time, and even if I could, when I travelled to Hawaii, virtually ALL of my weight allowance was tied up in equipment (plus a change of underwear). Even at that, I borrowed a tracking mount from a local and very well equipped astronomer friend (MANY thanks Chris) without which this simply wouldnt have been possible. I’ve got to say that given the constraints that I had (inexperience, lack of proper kit, lack of transport ability lack of time etc etc) I’m actually very happy

Nature Discover 3 : Hawaii Beaches Oumalek Mohamed Records

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CLOUDCAM TIME LAPSE SUNSET TO SUNRISE JULY 5-6, 2012 July 5 At a distance of just 11 light-years, 61 Cygni is one of our closest stellar neighbors. And it consists of two stars, not one. Even so, it is just barely visible to the unaided eye — a faint dot not far from the graceful outline of Cygnus, the swan. July 6 The planet Venus, the “morning star, is fairly low in the east at first light. The slightly fainter planet Jupiter is above it. The true star Aldebaran, the orange “eye” of Taurus, the bull, is a bit below Venus. It doesn’t look as impressive as the two planets, but that’s only because of its great distance. Mercury hangs above the western horizon after the Sun sets in early July, and Mars, Saturn, and Virgo’s brightest star, Spica, pop into view. Mercury hangs above the western horizon after the Sun sets in early July. As the innermost planet sinks and the sky darkens, Mars, Saturn, and Virgo’s brightest star, Spica, pop into view. A waxing crescent Moon joins this trio of bright objects a week before the month ends. The morning sky displays a pair of planets that appears even more spectacular. Both Venus and Jupiter shine brilliantly before dawn near the impressive Pleiades and Hyades star clusters. ‘Impossible’ Binary Stars Discovered A team of astronomers have used the United Kingdom Infrared Telescope (UKIRT) on Hawaii to discover four pairs of stars that orbit each other in less than 4 hours. Until now it was thought that such close-in binary stars could

Canary Islands Tidal Wave

El Hierro Volcano: Is one of the smallest of the Canary Islands, the origins of the island date back some 100 million years when the ocean floor shifted with the movement of the Earth’s mantle. The crust cracked into a three pointed star releasing flows of magma. After 3 eruptions, the island emerged from the ocean as an imposing volcano more than 2000 meters high. It has now been over 200 years since the last eruption but El Hierro. Although being the smallest island, it has the largest number of volcanoes with over 500 open sky cones and another 300 covered by the most recent outflows. There has been uncertainty surrounding reports of a historical eruption taking place in 1793. Meanwhile, scientific research is predicting that an eruption of the Cumbre Vieja volcano, at La Palma in the Canary Islands would result in a massive mega-tsunami that would reach the East Coast of America. Geological evidence suggests that during a future eruption, Cumbre Vieja Volcano on the Island of La Palma may experience a catastrophic failure of its west flank, dropping 150 to 500 km3 of rock into the sea. Using a geologically reasonable estimate of landslide motion, we model tsunami waves produced by such a collapse. Waves generated by the run-out of a 500 km3 (150 km3) slide block at 100 m/s could transit the entire Atlantic Basin and arrive on the coasts of the Americas with 10-25 m (3-8 m) height. Lateral collapses of oceanic island volcanoes rank amongst the most spectacular natural