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12-12-07, 02:06 AM #1
This is just a interesting story that I came across. Northern Lights are cool to see and NASA is underway to figure out what is truely going on
12-12-07, 02:11 AM #2
We get them here, but you can't see them in the city as well as you can out where I live.
I love watching them.I'm your huckleberry...
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12-12-07, 02:15 AM #3
We can see them in WI up on the north end of town, They are cool
12-12-07, 02:31 AM #4
Aurorea Borealis? (sp)
VERY, VERY cool.
used to see the Northern Lights REALLY well in the country in mid-Michigan.
12-12-07, 04:52 AM #5
Ida know....I kind of like the mystery to it all !!! I don't want to know about some things like this !!!
...or if and when the NSA is eavesdropping on my phone calls via a military satellite !!! I kinda think....listen all you want; I have nothing to hide ! But just be good enough at it...that I don't know you're there !!!Never Search Alone !
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12-12-07, 04:59 AM #6
Well NASA is poking there nose into all kinds of stuff.... I just read another article about global warming and this year was the worst year for artic ice/sea ice melt. We really do need to do something to save our earth because my kid and soon to be second kid will not have a very nice life
12-12-07, 05:52 AM #7
I only saw them once, when i was about 11 or 12, scared the hell out of me, thought aliens were landing or something. Keep in mind I was very young, lol.
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12-12-07, 06:35 AM #8
I've never seen them in person and really, really want to.
12-12-07, 07:34 AM #9
12-12-07, 08:23 AM #10
12-12-07, 08:30 AM #11=Ender;296382]Aurorea Borealis? (sp)
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12-12-07, 09:26 AM #12
12-12-07, 10:31 AM #13
Upper Michigan is a good palce to see them, especially looking over Lake Superioir. Truly amazing.
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12-12-07, 05:00 PM #14
I've seen them several times growing up in Wisconsin, and also in Alaska. In Alaska, you also hear a whispering, chiming sound while they dance in the sky.Molly Weasley makes Chuck Norris eat his vegetables.
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12-12-07, 06:24 PM #15
12-12-07, 09:15 PM #16
The Northern Lights are almost unreal in person. You can see them almost every night during the winter in northern MN.It's better to be judged by 12 than carried by 6.
12-12-07, 09:45 PM #17
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