Mysterylights Group Message 0278

Subject: james
From: Brad Strode <maverickark@...>
Date: 28 Dec 2003 13:21

what about the dover lights over here in arkansas, i
have seen it for myself many times. also the gurden
light is popular but i have never been. Dover lights
were wild. crazy. i loved it.
--- James Bunnell <jamesb50@...> wrote:
> Hi Wayne:
> Some of your suggestions have already been carried
> out.  I have employed a
> surveillance camera to watch Mitchell Flat (where
> Marfa Lights are seen)
> since January 2003 and recently added two more
> surveillance cameras.  Data
> collected so far does not include computation of
> ground tracks, because a
> single camera was used, but variability in start and
> stop headings is
> possible.  This data shows considerable scatter in
> where these orbs
> originate and where they extinguish suggesting that
> the source is probably 
> not from underground.  As explained in my book, I
> have come to suspect that
> the source of these orbs is the earth's inner
> radiation belt.  Spectral
> analysis demonstrates that they are plasma and
> suggests that they may
> consist of nitrogen and hydrogen because the
> emissions bands best match
> those elements.  However, no perfect match has yet
> been found and I consider
> spectral data to be preliminary and in need of
> further
> investigation/evaluation.
> My book, Night Orbs,  does include specific data for
> about 60 sightings
> collected this year (2003) along with findings
> derived from the collected
> data.
> James
> -------Original Message-------
> From:
> Date: Sunday, December 28, 2003 12:34:30 PM
> To:
> Subject: Re: [mysterylights] Earthlights
> James,
> I find your approach to this unusual segment of
> science very refreshing.
> There is absolutely no doubt in my mind that these
> lights do in fact exist
> and on a world wide basis, where the geological
> conditions permit.
> A valid approach is to gather data in the form of
> documentation and other
> relative information from those who have seen these
> lights. The information
> will be helpful in determining exactly where the
> lights occur
> geographically, how often and when. This would
> constitute the first step
> toward determining the solution of this mystery.
> The next step involves a more disciplined and
> scientific approach.
> Researchers must collect data at the location. This
> would require a lot of
> time patience and manpower. Devices such as radar
> can be used to
> triangulate the orbs and determine the altitude and
> speed with which they
> move. The light intensity can be measured as well as
> the spectrum of emitted
> light color analyzed using various types of
> sensors.Temperature measurements
> can also be taken along with many other significant
> modes of data
> collection. This protocol will only serve to gather
> accurate data for later
> research and analysis and will not solve the mystery
> but will help to
> establish a more concrete basis for determining the
> physical properties of
> these dancing balls of light.
> Can such a phenomena be duplicated in a laboratory?
> I feel that we are
> dealing with a very simple area of physics that
> exists at the quantum level.
> The cause of the energy may be the result of high
> frequency electrical
> energy released from beneath the earth, capable of
> producing a semi- stable
> cold plasma.What in the earth could produce such a
> level of reactive energy
> as to produce these orbs? A crystalline form of
> mineral under extreme
> pressure beneath the earth could provide the high
> frequency needed to
> transmit this form of cold energy by releasing it
> into the atmosphere where
> it reacts with elements of the surrounding air.
> Look at the geography of all areas in which ghost
> lights are regularly seen.
> The gulf coast has enormous salt domes in the
> ground, Arkansas is very rich
> in quartz crystal. Rail road tracks may provide a
> means of conductance or
> capacitance capable of providing a conduit for this
> level of yet to be
> adequately explained energy.
> The implication is very serious, light without heat,
> (or significant heat as
> we know it). This form of energy could be used to
> light homes and anything
> else needing high levels of illumination with
> virtually no power input..
> My personal view is that the answer will be found in
> the area of quantum
> physics. Something very simple and easily understood
> as well as exploited.
> That may explain why the scientific community has
> been reluctant to pursue
> the issue. "Almost free" energy may pose a threat.
> Wayne Parnell
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "James Bunnell" <jamesb50@...>
> To: <>
> Sent: Saturday, December 27, 2003 11:24 AM
> Subject: Re: [mysterylights] Earthlights
> > Thanks for your inquiry. In my new book, Night
> Orbs, I name about 34 or
> 35 potential locations but a more complete list
> would be in excess of a
> hundred. I call these potential sites because many
> of them may be nothing
> more than urban/rural legends or else created by
> explainable sources. I
> discuss three sites that seem similar in nature and
> have a sufficient number
> of creditable reports to be considered definite
> locations of mystery lights.
> Those three locations are Mitchell Flat near Marfa,
> Texas, Brown Mountain,
> NC and Min Min, Australia. I am convinced that all
> three of these sites do,
> from time to time, display light phenomena. In the
> case of Marfa I know
> this for certain and include in my book ample
> photographic evidence that
> cannot be easily dismissed.
> >
> > Do all three of these sites have long histories
> that seem to begin with
> native inhabitants? Yes, that is definitely true.
> >
> > You do not mention the location that you are
> referring to. Where is it?
> >
> > If you have an interest in this phenomena you will
> find additional
> information and insight in Night Orbs. Initial
> copies of the book were
> distributed in West Texas just before Christmas but
> national distribution
> will take a while longer. Look for it in your local
> book store within a
> couple of months or you may request a copy directly
> from me.
> >
> > Jim
> >
> > ----- Original Message -----
> > From: "Magical Nexus" <magicalnexus@...>
> > To: <>
> > Sent: Saturday, December 27, 2003 12:32 AM
> > Subject: [mysterylights] Earthlights
> >
> >
> > > Greetings,
> > > I am quite interested in the Earthlights
> phenomena and have been
> studying a location where they occur off and on for
> the past couple of
> years.
> > > This sight in particular is isolated and seems
> to have had the interest
> of Native Americans over the centuries.... this
> seems to be a commonalty
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