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Online Josh

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Observadores del Sol
« on: September 17, 2018, 1818 UTC »
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The gist from the foil hattery is thus;

1. Not just US observatories are shut down but all of them in the western world. Never mind that there are privately owned solar observatories and people doing it at home with ebay and amazon telescopes or anything.

2. It's alleged that unusual happenings were taking place not just in/on the sun but near it as in ufos in the past few days. The Giant Mothership!

3. Our orangey leader suddenly wants to be able to text each and every one of us and is soon to test that capability.

4. Carrington II is upon us, and will make each and every one of us live amish.

5. Wich brings us to use them or lose them. In other words, if you know you're not going to be able to repel (via nukes) a few million Chinese troops from invading once Carrington II takes place, do you go ahead and start ww3 before the solar storm takes out every solid state device?

6. If man deserves ww3, does it make any dif for it to be started by accident or on porpoise?

7. The closed by the fbi NM observatory is far enough away from White Sands and Holloman AFB to make it less than ideal for spying on neat stuff but it is a handy platform for antennas and such. I wonder if they'd host a kiwi sdr for us?

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Re: Observadores del Sol
« Reply #1 on: September 17, 2018, 1950 UTC »
We lost internet the last 2 nights around 8:45 PM ET. I was listening to WBCQ Saturday night and they lost the feed from the Lumpy Gravy show. But later RFE played side 2 of Humble Pie Smokin.

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Re: Observadores del Sol
« Reply #2 on: September 17, 2018, 2117 UTC »
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Re: Observadores del Sol
« Reply #3 on: September 17, 2018, 2144 UTC »
Can somebody play Mountain Jam off Eat a Peach? In AM not SSB.

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Re: Observadores del Sol
« Reply #4 on: September 18, 2018, 1802 UTC »
I read there has been some recovery archaeology going on at White Sands recently. That area is full of Native American cultural sites. I wonder if it was shut down due to the ground penetrating radar and other electronic tech used now to supplant most of the digging while they were operating out there? The dishes and receivers wouldn't bother the archaeologist equipment a bit, but their's would literally cause RF from DC to daylight for the astronomers toys.

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Re: Observadores del Sol
« Reply #5 on: September 18, 2018, 1824 UTC »
I think somebody put a FM pirate TX up there (9000 ft.) and they were trying to find out who did it.

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Re: Observadores del Sol
« Reply #6 on: September 20, 2018, 1340 UTC »
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