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Waiting for solar noon at 12.21pm in Adelaide......10 am till 12.18pm bright sunlight beautiful, 12.18pm and 1 second till 12.25pm total cloud and driving rain, 12.25pm onward bright sunlight, and the old school people wonder why we want to use our phones and technology....
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Immutable Laws of Astronomy

1 - Arrival of new astronomy purchases creates cloud cover to stormy weathy proportional to the value of the gear
2 - Setting up of equipment and watching the clock for critical event times attracts clouds which are inquisitive to see whats going on.

* It is because of Law 2 that its been proven the great floods as recorded in biblical texts as well as other ancient myths was due to the first announced prediction of a solar eclipse NOT used to terrorise or extort wealth from the population.
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Immutable Laws of Astronomy

1 - Arrival of new astronomy purchases creates cloud cover to stormy weathy proportional to the value of the gear
2 - Setting up of equipment and watching the clock for critical event times attracts clouds which are inquisitive to see whats going on.

* It is because of Law 2 that its been proven the great floods as recorded in biblical texts as well as other ancient myths was due to the first announced prediction of a solar eclipse NOT used to terrorise or extort wealth from the population.
It is very interesting that the Story of a World Wide flood was found World Wide. That is every Ancient culture did know that there had once been a World wide flood that covered the tops of every Mountain.

That is The Story of the World Wide Flood of Noah, as found in the Bible, was also found among the Australian Aborigines, the natives of Hawaii, the Indians of Canada, the Indians of Central America -- Aztecs, Toltecs and other Central America Races, the Incas of South America etc. As a matter of fact very Continent of the World had the Story of a world wide flood.

What has this to do with Astronomy ?? Perhaps nothing, Perhaps everything.

See some of the moons orbiting around the planets out there are made of Ice -- Frozen Water. Comets also contain lots of frozen water. And that world wide flood water had to come from some where.


In case you do not know, Mount Everest, the Highest mountain in the world has fossil Sea Shells on the top of it. That is it was once underwater, but was thrust up due to shifting of the plates of the Earth.

So you may call the world Wide flood a "MYTH," but every Culture world wide knew that there previously had been a flood that covered the top of every mountain.
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Oh the name of Thi forum is ICE IN SPACE -- that is a real lot of Water in space to produce a world wide flood.
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Waiting for solar noon at 12.21pm in Adelaide......10 am till 12.18pm bright sunlight beautiful, 12.18pm and 1 second till 12.25pm total cloud and driving rain, 12.25pm onward bright sunlight, and the old school people wonder why we want to use our phones and technology....
Well I can assure you that people managed fine in the "old" days
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Well I can assure you that people managed fine in the "old" days
Ah yes I remember when our sun was Analogue, can't be holdin' with these new fangled digital versions.
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