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  • Tha_Mantisman
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    Originally posted by psy
    u know, the gunit guy? .......signed on aftermath, fucks wit dre
    Oh.. ok. I didn't know. I wasn't sure. Anyways.. I don't like him. He is not good.

    PS. How did you like the solar eclipse analysis, Psy? 3;-)3

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  • psy
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    u know, the gunit guy? .......signed on aftermath, fucks wit dre

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  • Tha_Mantisman
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    Originally posted by psy
    u like GAME?
    Who is Game?

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  • Tha_Mantisman
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    Solar eclipse - the moon interrupts light from the sun

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  • Tha_Mantisman
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    Originally posted by psy
    u like GAME?
    What is with you with your questions? All the time?

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  • Tha_Mantisman
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    Originally posted by psy
    what does your avatar mean?
    To Psy,
    From Steven De Cecco

    Psy,

    Read on.

    The Stages of an Eclipse
    First Contact:
    The moment when the first small bite appears in the edge of the sun.

    Second Contact:
    The moment when the sun is completely covered.

    Totality:
    The period of time (usually a few minutes) following second contact when the sun can be observed with the naked eye.

    Third contact:
    The moment when the sun reappears from behind the Moon.

    Fourth contact:
    The moment when the sun is completely restored.

    Photosphere:
    The bright solar surface that we normally see and which is completely covered during the total eclipse.

    It sometimes surprises people that the eclipse can be quite advanced before it becomes noticeable that something is happening to the quality of the light. The fall in light level is very gradual at first but seems to accelerate particularly in the last ten minutes before totality. The greatest drop in light intensity is in the last four seconds and is very dramatic.

    As the eclipse progresses the colour of the sky seems to change, and the intensity of brightly coloured objects seem to soften. If there are trees or bushes around, the little gaps between the leaves act as pin-hole cameras to throw many overlapping images of the crescent sun on the ground. This becomes more noticeable as the crescent sun narrows.

    Just before the eclipse becomes total you may see the shadow of totality advancing like a wall across the landscape rapidly towards you. Except in special circumstances, the shadow of totality moves from west to east. The visibility of the shadow will depend on the clarity of the atmosphere and your location, whether you are on a mountain overlooking a plain for example. Also, the speed of the shadow varies. In the early morning or late evening the shadow may be travelling at a speed of perhaps 12,000 miles per hour, whereas if you are observing the eclipse near noon on the equator the shadow may be travelling at 1,500 mph.

    Baily’s Beads are a familiar feature of total eclipses. As the moon completely covers the sun, the razor-thin solar crescent breaks up into a chain of beads which gradually wink out. When the last one disappears, totality has started.

    Just as the eclipse becomes total, at the point where the last Baily’s Bead has disappeared for a second or two you will see a bright red streak along the limb of the Moon. This is an upper layer in the solar atmosphere called the chromosphere. It is quite bright though not as bright as the photosphere.

    The most noticeable feature during totality is the solar corona, the outer atmosphere of the sun that is only visible to the naked eye during a total eclipse. It consists of pearly-white streamers radiating ******ds.

    Prominences are flamelike appendages to the chromosphere which may be seen at any location round the eclipsed sun, perhaps being larger and more spectacular at times when the sun is very active. It is also interesting to note that as the moon moves across the sun during totality, prominences in the area where second contact took place start to be covered up, whereas others in the vicinity of where third contact is about to occur become larger as the moon uncovers them.

    Among the most dramatic features of an eclipse are the colours during totality. The disc of the moon is completely black, surrounded by the pearly-white of the corona with occasional flame red prominences. The sky is a deep purple-blue and around the horizon the sky is usually an orange colour reminiscent of sunset. This strange mixture of colours can make everyday objects look positively surreal.

    A glow around the horizon is due to sunlight outside the shadow of totality being reflected inwards. The actual colour can vary from reddish-orange to yellow.

    During totality the sky is not as dark as nightime, so only the brightest stars may be seen; however, It is worth having just a quick glance around the sky to see which stars and planets are visible. There is always the possibility that totality will reveal a comet close to the sun which had not been observed before due to its proximity to the sun.

    The chromosphere starts to emerge from behind the rim of the moon at the location where the photosphere will reappear at third contact. This occurs just a second or two before third contact and gives a good warning that the sun is about to reappear. If you are using optical equipment to observe totality this warns you to now look away before the light of the photosphere reappears.

    The Diamond Ring is one of the most dramatic features of the whole eclipse. As the first point of the photosphere reappears we see something that resembles a giant diamond ring in the sky with the small portion of the photosphere being the diamond and the rapidly fading corona being the rest of the ring. It is in fact the same configuration as the last Baily’s bead at second contact but the difference lies in the adaptation of our eye. At second contact our eyes are used to the bright light and can perceive the last bead as a small point. However our eyes become dark-adapted during totality and so the reappearance of the sun can be dazzling.


    Experiments
    As you might expect there are many experiments that scientists can perform under the unique circumstances of a total solar eclipse. However here are three experiments which can be performed with little or no specialised equipment if you feel you wish to do more than just simply look. For a beginner, even just taking a photograph with a simple camera will record something and will be a personal souvenir of the event.

    If there are animals or birds around it might be worth noting their behaviour as the partial phase increases and what actually happens at the moment of totality. Eclipses are so unusual that they give wildlife observers the opportunity to study the adaptability of species to these very special circumstances.

    One experiment that is very simple to perform using the stopwatch facility available on many watches is to simply time the duration of totality, i.e. from the moment the last Baily’s Bead has disappeared to the Diamond ring effect. Timings are useful and should be passed on to professional astronomers.

    There are so many special features associated with Total Solar Eclipses and each eclipse, due to weather and other factors, is unique; you really have to observe several to enjoy the many phenomena presented to you. But be warned, total solar eclipses are addictive!

    To see a total solar eclipse, you have to be in just the right spot on the earth. When you look up in the sky at the sun and the moon, you notice a strange coincidence--both look the same size in the sky. Both the sun and the moon look about one-half degree in diameter. Now, they're not really the same size. The sun's diameter is actually 400 times the moon's diameter. But, you must also take into account that the sun is also 400 times further away from the earth, reducing its apparent size to the same as the moon's. Because of this relationship, when you are standing on the earth, looking up at the two, you must be in a very limited zone to see the moon cover the entire face of the sun. If you were to move a little north, the sun would peek out over the top of the moon; a little south, and the sun shines past the southern limb of the moon. The match is so good that the "path of totality" is never more than 167 miles in diameter, and is usually less. This means that very few people have seen a total eclipse because the shadow only covers a very small area on the earth.

    This diagram (wildly out of scale) shows a side view of the alignment. From anywhere in the grey penumbra, you will see some part of the sun shining from behind the moon. The penumbra is the area of partial eclipse. Only from within the tiny area where the dark umbra touches the earth will you see the sun completely covered and witness a total eclipse.

    The earth and the moon are not fixed objects. The moon is busy orbiting the earth. The earth is busy orbiting the sun and additionally rotating on its axis. This means that the spot on the earth where the umbra falls is always in motion and actually traces out a path.

    Psy, that's what my avatar means.

    Ever Forward
    Steven De Cecco

    PS. Does that clear up your question, Psy?

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  • psy
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    u like GAME?

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  • Tha_Mantisman
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    Schooled by Steven De Cecco

    Ever Forward
    Steven De Cecco

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  • Tha_Mantisman
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    Originally posted by Made N Hell
    ^Who's the Canadian faggot in your Avatar, queer boy?

    Fuck you, and everyone else in this lame ass fucking thread. You're all fucking pathetic.

    Did you see Feminems making the video? Yeah... she had Paris Hilton in it, flirting with her, while you pathetic fucks are on the internet, on HER message board, waiting to download the newest Paris Hilton sex tape so you can jerk your little cocks to it. Fucking pathetic little faggots.
    You're disgusting....... You're gross. I'm glad that I'm not you.

    I'm happy that I'm not you.
    It sucks to be you.
    It'll suck to be you.

    It's good that I'm not you.

    Ever Forward
    Steven De Cecco

    PS. I'm thankful that I'm not you.

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  • Tha_Mantisman
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    Originally posted by terribleone
    that song sucked. id wait to judge her when i hear the new ablum. but remember alot of feminems singles suck though. but she isnt as good as she once was
    But she isn't as good as she once was? She never was good at all, whatsoever.

    She was never good at all, whatsoever.

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  • Tha_Mantisman
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    Originally posted by Clerks
    This song is just a fun song, it's also very different from everything we hear on the radio, so I give him props on that. Plus he's combine slimshady with a new style, I think it's pretty authentic, but hey that's my opinion. The Mantinisman: If you think F-Em is such 'garbage', get a fucking life, and get off the God damn She12 shitsite you clueless prick.
    This song is just a stupid song. You're a Feminem groupie too. I know it's very pathetic. You are such a joke, no wonder why you're just a Feminem groupie. NO....... I KNOW THAT FEM IS COMPLETE GARBAGE! No, you need to get a fucking life. NO, YOU FAGGOT, BECAUSE I AM NOT SUPPOSED TO GET OFF THIS MOTHERFUCKING SHE12 SHITSITE, YOU CLUELESS TRICK!!!!!!!!!!

    BUT BECAUSE I AM NOT "NEVER" SUPPOSED TO GET OFF THIS MOTHERFUCKING SHE12 SHITSITE, YOU CLUELESS TRICK!!!!!!!!!!

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  • Tha_Mantisman
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    Originally posted by Realize
    feminem is my dogg..and the rest of she12
    You're a Feminem groupie.

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  • Tha_Mantisman
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    Originally posted by psy
    what does your avatar mean?
    My avatar? My avatar is the solar eclipse.

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  • Tha_Mantisman
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    Originally posted by persuazion
    i dont understand why all yall dudes who hate fem and say she garbage is postin on a She12 message board ....there aint even this many haters in those icp rooms....
    I have already answered that question for you, stupid 25 year old man. Oh.... but I think that you better check out Feminem.com then! Grasp a clue! Feminem is a bitch, learn that.... Just get that through your head, you 25 year old Feminem groupie.

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  • psy
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    what does your avatar mean?

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