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Daily Fails Compilation 37 (21 June 2012) | FailingEveryDay.com

We’re uploading new compilations EVERY DAY! Click here to Subscribe! www.youtube.com If you want to get featured in our videos send your fails to videos@failingeveryday.com More Fails On: www.FailingEveryDay.com More Daily Fails (Playlist) www.youtube.com New compilations uploaded EVERY DAY. Don’t forget to leave comments, like, and subscribe! … oh and sharing would be nice. Thanks. If your video was in this compilation and you want it taken out, please contact me. Other Playlists: Weekly Fails: www.youtube.com Specials: www.youtube.com Monthly Fails: www.youtube.com Music : Rataxes – Vortex The music used in this video is ‘Vortex’ by Rataxes (www.jamendo.com licensed under Creative Commons “Attribution 3.0”. I have given credit for the use of this music in the video description. Here is a link to the terms of license: creativecommons.org Tags: “fail compilation” “daily fails” “daily fail compilation” “best fails” “best fails of the day” “epic fail” todays fails “best fails today” “latest fails” “newest fails” fail compilation of the week day month best weekly daily monthly collection epic drunk funny pranks stupid Awesome idiot wipeout hilarious failing every failingeveryday faceplant lol fun haha laughing laugh today 2012 comedy
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Weekly Fails Compilation 03 (Week 1 – June 2012) | FailingEveryDay.com

A recap of this week’s best fails. We’re uploading new compilations EVERY DAY! Click here to Subscribe! www.youtube.com If you want to get featured in our videos send your fails to videos@failingeveryday.com More Fails On: www.FailingEveryDay.com More Weekly Fails (Playlist) www.youtube.com The best fails of May 31 – June 7. New compilations uploaded EVERY DAY. Don’t forget to leave comments, like, and subscribe! … oh and sharing would be nice. Thanks. If your video was in this compilation and you want it taken out, please contact me. Other Playlists: Daily Fails: www.youtube.com Specials: www.youtube.com Monthly Fails: www.youtube.com Music : Rataxes – Vortex The music used in this video is ‘Vortex’ by Rataxes (www.jamendo.com licensed under Creative Commons “Attribution 3.0”. I have given credit for the use of this music in the video description. Here is a link to the terms of license: creativecommons.org Tags: “fail compilation june 2012” “june 2012” “fail compilation june” “newest fails” “weekly fails” “weekly fail compilation” “best fails” “best fails this week” “epic fail” fail compilation fails of the week day month best weekly daily monthly collection epic drunk funny pranks stupid Awesome idiot wipeout hilarious failing every failingeveryday faceplant lol fun haha laughing laugh today latest 2012 “June (Month)” Comedy
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Daily Fails Compilation 39 (27 June 2012) | FailingEveryDay.com

We’re uploading new compilations EVERY DAY! Click here to Subscribe! www.youtube.com If you want to get featured in our videos send your fails to videos@failingeveryday.com More Fails On: www.FailingEveryDay.com More Daily Fails (Playlist) www.youtube.com New compilations uploaded EVERY DAY. Don’t forget to leave comments, like, and subscribe! … oh and sharing would be nice. Thanks. If your video was in this compilation and you want it taken out, please contact me. Other Playlists: Weekly Fails: www.youtube.com Specials: www.youtube.com Monthly Fails: www.youtube.com Music : Rataxes – Vortex The music used in this video is ‘Vortex’ by Rataxes (www.jamendo.com licensed under Creative Commons “Attribution 3.0”. I have given credit for the use of this music in the video description. Here is a link to the terms of license: creativecommons.org Tags: “fail compilation” “daily fails” “daily fail compilation” “best fails” “best fails of the day” “epic fail” todays fails “best fails today” “latest fails” “newest fails” fail compilation of the week day month best weekly daily monthly collection epic drunk funny pranks stupid Awesome idiot wipeout hilarious failing every failingeveryday faceplant lol fun haha laughing laugh today 2012 comedy “Haha (entertainer)” Owned
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Konjam Arattai Konjam Settai | June 5, 2012

Watch a light-hearted, funny show which makes fun of things that we take for granted in this episode of Konjam Arattai Konjam Settai.

CTV National News June 8 2011 Solar flare and supernova

Source: www.youtube.com I feel this mothership is helping to avert any major solar flares that may be directed at earth.
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June 7, 2011 – Solar Flare / CME – [WITH DUBSTEP]

Large solar flare and CME of June 7, 2011. Music – DatsiK – Quantum

highercalling88.com This Solar Flare spanned 50 million miles, and it’s was one of the biggest ever recorded by SOHO. Here’s the link to NASA www.nasa.gov HC88 on Twitter: twitter.com
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HUGE explosion on the Sun on June 7, 2011 [3D]

The Sun let loose with an enormous explosion on the morning of June 7, 2011. Tags: Sun SDO solar flare prominence NASA explosion ufo space predator alien aliens fire moon boom earth rocket planet big bang 3d firework fireworks flares storm eruptions storms sunspots X-flare weather observatory universe shuttle lightning area 51 tornado thunder secret flying rain disaster outer galaxy flood wind thunderstorm invasion astronomy apollo roswell launch planets abduction spaceship conspiracy discovery sighting crop cosmos project disclosure astronaut footage hubble mystery object Sun SDO solar flare prominence NASA explosion ufo space predator alien aliens fire moon boom earth rocket planet big bang 3d firework fireworks flares storm eruptions storms sunspots X-flare weather observatory universe shuttle lightning area 51 tornado thunder secret flying rain disaster outer galaxy flood wind thunderstorm invasion astronomy apollo roswell launch planets abduction spaceship conspiracy discovery sighting crop cosmos project disclosure astronaut footage hubble mystery object Sun SDO solar flare prominence NASA explosion ufo space predator alien aliens fire moon boom earth rocket planet big bang 3d firework fireworks flares storm eruptions storms sunspots X-flare weather observatory universe shuttle lightning area 51 tornado thunder secret flying rain disaster outer galaxy flood wind thunderstorm invasion astronomy apollo roswell launch planets abduction spaceship conspiracy discovery

G2-Geomagnetic Storm / Solar Watch June 5, 2011

GEOMAGNETIC STORM: A sharp gust of solar wind hit Earth’s magnetic field at approximately 20:30 UT on June 4th, sparking a G2-class geomagnetic storm. The storm is subsiding now, albeit slowly; high-latitude sky watchers should remain alert for auroras. SolarIMG website solarimg.org Soho Website http Solar Soft website www.lmsal.com Helioviewer www.helioviewer.org Quality Dedicated Solar Website Link solarimg.org Estimated Planetary K index information www.swpc.noaa.gov GOES Xray Flux Data www.swpc.noaa.gov Sunspot Information from Solar Monitor www.solarmonitor.org Earthquake Forecasting Channel youtube.com Quality Weather Website www.westernpacificweather.com Space Weather Website http SWS website www2.nict.go.jp information from SWS website and services Copyright@NICT. Caution-All of the plots here are based on the preliminary data (ACE Real Time Data), which have not been processed yet. Intro music used is royalty free and created by Kevin MacLeod Ending music used is 28 Strobe (Adagio in D Minor) by John Murphy

Due to requests, I decided to make a video showing “Aurelia”. NGC made a special called “Extraterrestrial” analogue to Discovery┬┤s “Alien planet”. The program shows two extraterrestrial planets and its inhabitants: “Aurelia” and “Blue Moon”. In this videoclip, I focus on “Aurelia”. The sun of Aurelia is a red dwarf star. Due to the slow rate at which they burn hydrogen, red dwarfs have an enormous estimated lifespan, this would allow a plenty of time for life to evolve on surrounding planets. However, the dwarf’s smaller nature and feeble heat/light output would mean that such a planet would need to be particularly close to the star’s surface. The cost of such an orbit would be that an Earth-sized body would become tidally locked. When this happens, the object presents the same face to its sun at all times as it orbits, just as the Moon does with the Earth. This has curious effects on surface planet: according on your position, the sun simply never comes down, staying in the same position in the sky all year. Half of Aurelia would be in perpetual darkness and in a permanent ice age. The other half would contain a giant, unending hurricane with permanent torrential rain. In between these two zones would be a place suitable for life. Life still face here a major challenge: red dwarf stars are unstable and eject frequent solar flares. Such intense ultraviolet radiation is deadly to all carbon-based life forms as it breaks down the atomic bonds formed by organic compounds. So

NASA Video – Huge Solar Flare Eruption on 7 June 2011

For a report about the June 7 flare, please see www.ufoshock.com … MUSIC: “Rocking Horse” by Debbie Wiseman, album: ANW1551 – Piano and Electric Piano Jun 7, 2011 – The Sun unleashed an M-2 (medium-sized) solar flare with a substantial coronal mass ejection (CME) on June 7 that is visually spectacular. The large cloud of particles mushroomed up and fell back down looking as if it covered an area of almost half the solar surface. SDO observed the flare’s peak at 1:41 AM EST. SDO recorded these images in extreme ultraviolet light and they show a very large explosion of cool gas. It is somewhat unique because at many places in the eruption there seems to be even cooler material — at temperatures less than 80000K. When viewed in SOHO’s coronagraphs, the event shows bright plasma and high-energy particles roaring from the Sun. This Earth-directed CME is moving at 1400 km/s according to NASA models. Due to its angle, however, effects on Earth should be fairly small. Nevertheless, it may generate space weather effects here on Earth [on Wednesday, June 8, 2011].. Credit to NASA SDO
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Large filament eruption/CME/M1-Flare =Alert=: June 14th, 2011.

X-ray Solar Flares:sunspot 1236 6-hr max: M1 2147 UT Jun14 24-hr: M1 2147 UT Jun14 M1-FLARE =ALERT=
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