By Gina Flores
Editor at NoFakeNews
We just received a set of interesting photographs from a site visitor showing a black spot in the center of the sun. The photographs were captured from several web cams in Mexico and have been making their way around the Internet for a number of years.
A brief review of this subject reveals a wide variety of opinions about what is causing the strange presentation on these public domain cams. The theories about what is causing the black spots range from a massive object (Planet X) that is positioned in front of the sun to more technical explanations that claim the digital sensors on the web cameras are over powered from the brightness of the sun and therefore cause a blackened area to form in the digital picture presentation.
The peculiar part of this story is that there are many dates throughout the year that the black spots do not appear on the web cams in Mexico. One would think that if the presentations were due to digital sensors being overpowered by intense light from the sun that the same cameras would be consistent in displaying the black spots on every encounter the cameras had with the sun. But this has not been the case.
I am including some of the web cam photos below as well as the link to the web cams. Remember never to look directly at the sun as this can cause permanent damage to your eyes.
What do you think about this subject?