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    Aurora TONIGHT!

    AURORA ALERT! A coronal mass ejection (CME) is racing toward Earth and it could spark a severe geomagnetic storm when it arrives--perhaps tonight (Sept. 14th and 15th). People everywhere should be alert for auroras.



    http://www.spaceweather.com/


    Seems pretty cool. I aint seeing shit at the moment... anyone else seeing these???

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    Nah. Just like with every stellar anomaly that happens at night, Humboldt County is completely socked in with fog...


    Out the 100TX, through the Linksys router, down the cable modem, over the tap,

    off the bridge, past the node, straight up the gateway, around the cap, past the head end office....
    Nothin' but 'Net

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    Let's hope it hits and shorts out all electronics everywhere. I'm looking down here in SD and I haven't seen anything yet but I'll keep my eyes open.
    Last edited by Twitch; 09-14-2005 at 10:31 PM.

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    Nothing in utah :(
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    yeah! im seeing a lot of aurora snow....oops, wrong forum =)

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    heck yeah!
    We`re all connected to each other biologically, to the Earth chemically, and the rest of Universe atomically.

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    Quote Originally Posted by x[gunmanelite]
    Nah. Just like with every stellar anomaly that happens at night, Humboldt County is completely socked in with fog...
    STFU u live in Humboldt. Smoke a few bowls and u can see ur own auroras

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    Quote Originally Posted by x[jonas]
    STFU u live in Humboldt. Smoke a few bowls and u can see ur own auroras
    lolz! ain't it the truth...


    Out the 100TX, through the Linksys router, down the cable modem, over the tap,

    off the bridge, past the node, straight up the gateway, around the cap, past the head end office....
    Nothin' but 'Net

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