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CMEs and Sun's Distance from earth
« on: August 17, 2018, 02:24:49 PM »
I've briefly searched threads for an answer on this, but couldn't find anything.

CMEs, or coronal mass ejections (different from solar flares) happen all the time.  When Earth-directed CMEs occur they are recorded and affect the Earth around 3 days later (varies, but has never been less than a day).  If the sun is only a few thousand miles from the earth's surface would that mean that the CME is traveling at less than 50mph?  Or substantially slower since the northern lights are up in the sky.

Furthermore, if the sun is within earth's atmosphere that means that every visibly recorded CME must be directed at some part of the Earth.  If this is the case, why do we not see northern lights for those other CMEs?

Why the 3 day delay if the sun is so close?

Is there a FE scientific definition of a CME that differs from the current definition?  Didn't see anything on the wiki.
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Re: CMEs and Sun's Distance from earth
« Reply #1 on: August 17, 2018, 10:25:17 PM »
I've briefly searched threads for an answer on this, but couldn't find anything.

CMEs, or coronal mass ejections (different from solar flares) happen all the time.  When Earth-directed CMEs occur they are recorded and affect the Earth around 3 days later (varies, but has never been less than a day).  If the sun is only a few thousand miles from the earth's surface would that mean that the CME is traveling at less than 50mph? 

1.yes
2. They don't exist as NOAA and NASA are notorious for fabricating fake round earth evidence.
3. The time they take to reach earth is not true because NOAA and NASA are notorious for fabricating fake round earth evidence.


Furthermore, if the sun is within earth's atmosphere that means that every visibly recorded CME must be directed at some part of the Earth.  If this is the case, why do we not see northern lights for those other CMEs?

1. Most flat earth models place the sun outside of the atmosphere of the earth. This is why you don't see them.
2. In flat earth models in which the sun is inside of the atmosphere:
    -you don't see them because they don't exist. Everything that NOAA/NASA says that supports the round earth models is a lie or specifically
     generated using round earth systems to support the round earth.
    -You don't see them because they are deflected by the earths magnetic field
    -You don't see them because of atmospheric refraction


Why the 3 day delay if the sun is so close?

1. There is not a three day delay. Round earth evidence fabricators have created the three day timeframe.
2. They don't really exist. Round earth evidence fabricators have created the CME idea.
3. They are slowed down by the earths magnetic field.
4. they are slowed down by the earths atmosphere.
5. some flat earth models have the sun very far away from the earth.
6. They do exist but the three day measurement was taken using systems which are only capable of outputting data which supports the round earth model.


Is there a FE scientific definition of a CME that differs from the current definition?  Didn't see anything on the wiki.

Not that i'm aware of. This forum is more about the shape of the earth rather than ejections from the sun.

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Re: CMEs and Sun's Distance from earth
« Reply #2 on: August 18, 2018, 12:44:08 AM »
I see.  So everyone with a hydrogen-alpha solar telescope is in on the conspiracy? 

It's faked is not a valid answer.  It's a way to dodge existing scientific proof based on observation and analysis to validate a belief (not theory) that the earth is flat.

The forum may be examining the shape of the earth, but the sun has a section in the wiki that is lacking much detail.
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