Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Hawaii Phenomenon Occurs After Cold Fusion Accouncement

Cash Flow

After Bob announces cold fusion on Cash Flow, a large bubble like phenomenon is videoed in Hawaii.

On the early morning of 22 June we, Subaru Telescope observers on the summit of Mauna Kea, noticed that there is a huge halo of light above the eastern horizon. It was slowly expanding to over 45 degrees in five minutes or more. The event was captured by the Subaru Catwalk Night Camera and also by CFHT’s NNW webcam.

We have absolutely no idea about the nature of this. It appears that the event happened not on the Summit area, but much farther away, according to the comparison of the two videos. This means that the size of the light halo is quite large. After some discussion, we decided to send this to APOD (Astronomy Picture of the Day), in the hopes that APOD readers can help us to understand the nature of this event. ~Ichi Tanaka, a Support Astronomer of Subuaru Telescope, Hawaii

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