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Amnesia?

August 29, 2013

In response to the interlocking rings overhead seen during the approach of Hurricane Sandy, these comments were made(I have mentioned them before):

“NASA solar physicist David Hathaway captured the above photo in Huntsville, Alabama two days ago after seeing the strange rings surrounding the afternoon sun. NASA’s Meteoroid Environment Office head Bill Cooke says that he had, “never seen anything quite like it.” Another onlooker, Kyle Winkleman, called it a “once-in-a-decade event.” Spaceweather writes that the extremely rare apparition was “almost certainly connected to Hurricane Sandy”: [RIGHT! THEY WERE CONNECTED, BY STRINGS!]”

When in fact, just a month or so earlier, this appeared in the skies over the gulf of Mississippi just before Hurricane Isaac arrived:

and if you were close to where those strings were going directly overhead in Louisiana, ionizing air and condensing water vapor, this is what it would have looked like.

Looks kinda like strings to me. What do you guys think?

My junior high teacher told me I had an acute awareness of the obvious.  I thought it was a complement at the time and I have held on to that thought for almost 40 years thinking it might come in useful in my life.  This stuff is not complicated guys, we have just built up a lot of WRONG Earthly SCIENCE to explain what we were seeing. I’ll forgive you guys if you do something about it ASAP because it is a national security risk to everyone when you realize that your primary weather is not created by the Earth and its atmosphere.

Godspeed

From → Geophysics

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