306.5- The Sun We do not See – Polarization Test with a Solar Telescope (Free)
Date: April 4, 2021
I first shot the sun we do not see in the spring of 2015. Chris Van Matre duplicated my finding some years later and has now filmed it from Colorado, Houston and South Carolina capturing different positions of what I now call the Spiritual Sun. I suggested using a light polarizing filter to film the Spiritual Sun, which he did a day later. The astounding results are covered in this member’s only episode, with more to follow. In short, it is looking like the sun we do not see may be a thing we can replicate, and prove beyond doubt. I will get back to scope work this spring (2021) to do what I do best – discover truths about the above, while existing below.
*Lunar wave discovered September 2012 using an 8”Meade SCT, filming with a Canon T2i 16 MP DSLR.
*The sun we do not see discovered in May of 2015 using a Coronado Hydrogen Alpha telescope piggybacked on an 11” Celestron STC, filming with a Nikon D800e 36 MP DSLR.
*After years of telescope and camera work I announced that space is likely better described as some sort of liquid, April 13, 2016.
* Proved the moon plays no role in solar eclipses, after many years of filming all eclipses, on August 21 2017.