Category: Weather

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Mesmerizing Clouds Spotted in Kentucky Skies

Asperitas clouds over Harrodsburg, Kentucky,  Tuesday, March 28, 2017.   These clouds may look like they have been generated by a computer, however on an overcast day in Harrodsburg, Kentucky, a resident took these pictures to prove that they are all too real. Melissa Hire shared the above photo on The Weather Channel’s Facebook page after these clouds moved over her hometown in central Kentucky. As unique as they are, the clouds are technically known as asperitas clouds. They are among the newest clouds now classified by the World Meteorological Organization.   These formations were formerly known as undulatus asperatus.  Asperitas clouds form when widespread cloud...

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Can Human’s Detect Earth’s Magnetic Fields?

A researcher in US has begun experiments to study human’s ability to detect the Earth’s magnetic fields. Geophysicist Joe Kirschvink from the California Institute of Technology based his hypothesis on how birds, insects, and some mammals seem to be able to use this sense to migrate and orient themselves with the world around them. Although Kirschvink has so far only presented the results of a very small trial involving 24 participants, he says that he has not only been able to identify it in humans for the first time, but that his results can be repeated and verified. Some scientists believe that the...

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New Mineral Discovery On Mars Forces Scientists To Reevaluate Its History

NASA’s Mars Science Laboratory rover, Curiosity, has detected significant amounts of a silica mineral called tridymite on the surface of Mars and the discovery has scientists stunned. This surprising find may now force scientists to rethink the volcanic history of Mars, as this new evidence suggests that the planet may have in fact once had explosive volcanoes that led to the presence of the mineral. NASA planetary scientist at Johnson and lead author of the paper, Richard Morris explains “On Earth, tridymite is formed at high temperatures in an explosive process called silicic volcanism. Mount St. Helens, the active volcano in Washington State,...

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Massive Sinkhole Takes A bite out of Australlia

A sinkhole at Inskip Point in the Australian state of Queensland devoured a car, caravan and camping trailer in late Saturday night, and around 400 people who were camping in the area were evacuated. According  to 9 News in Australia The sinkhole was roughly 300 feet wide, 300 feet long and 10 feet deep. Casey Hughes told the Australian Broadcasting Corporation that the sinkhole sounded like thunder, and when it began, a woman ran through the campsite waking campers to alert them about the need to evacuate. Officials said there were no injuries during the incident, and some of the campers left...

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Big solar storm Monday – Chance to see Northern Lights

This forecast of a G3 magnetic storm Monday overnight means that chances may be good to see the Aurora borealis, also known as the Northern Lights. Because of the intensity with this storm, the aurora could possibly be perceptible as far away south as Oklahoma City and additionally Raleigh, N.C. The prediction coming from the Geophysical Institute at the University of Alaska Fairbanks demonstrates regions which may have a good likelihood of looking at the lighting. The solid green lines exhibits what distance south the Northern Lights can be pictured on Monday evening. Forecast: Auroral activity shall be high(++). Weather...

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Sick of El Niño? Nasa Says “You Ain’t Seen Nothing Yet”

The El Niño currently causing mayhem around the world is predicted only to worsen in 2016 – and NASA specialists worries it could possibly get as bad as the most devastating El Niño ever. A fresh satellite picture of the weather system has a surprising likeness to another out of December 1997 – the very worst El Niño on record – which had been attributed for severe weather conditions, including record precipitation located in California along with Peru, heat waves through Australia, plus fires within Indonesia. Those severe variables triggered approximately 23,000 deaths in 1997 and 1998. This Year El...

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Mysterious Pink Clouds Blankets Chinese City

Locals from China’s large cities are becoming progressively accustomed to red warning signaling of which its dark grey air is now too dirty to breath. What form of signal should be given if the air covering ones city would be pink?  Atmosphere the color of pigs is nothing for you to squeal about as the residents of Nanjing in eastern China discovered last month. While Beijing along with other northern towns, cities have been blanketed underneath hefty smog at the red caution stage, Nanjing’s skies in the latter part of the night time abruptly turned bright pink. A dual feeling of...

Weather warfare: Is Texas being attacked with weather manipulation technology in advance of Jade Helm?

Weather warfare: Is Texas being attacked with weather modification technology?

What the hell?  Blizzards in the western half of Texas tonight and Tornados in the Eastern half.  All on the day after christmas December 26th, 2015! Speculation and actual evidence has been released  that has many believing that Texas is under attack with weather manipulation technology. (also known as HAARP) Now that we know that weather warfare is an absolute, 100% proven fact as shared in this May 26th story by Susan Duclos, we see today that the state of Texas is getting ready to being pummeled by blatant weather warfare attacks, leaving Texas once again in the globalists bullseye....

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WATCH: Big Storm – Tumbleweed Migration – Stampede

Wind gusts up to 70 mph as a front moved into Bozeman, MT on Dec 9, 2015. Literally thousands of tumbleweeds were blasting by (many out of frame). The temperature dropped 19F in about 15 minutes. Quite the spectacle. Some Good Ol’ Apocalypse Weather. This is unique video of Tumbleweed in action. They keep rolling and rolling across a frozen pond in Montana. According to the guy who posted this video, the temperature outside suddenly dropped nearly 20 degrees and “thousands of Tumbleweeds” appeared out of nowhere. So where are all these tumbleweeds going in a hurry? Is there a tumbleweed convention...

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Giant Siberian craters mystery – News isn’t good

Researchers have long contended that the epicenter of global warming is also farthest from the reach of humanity. It’s in the barren landscapes of the frozen North, where red-cheeked children wear fur, the sun barely rises in the winter and temperatures can plunge dozens of degrees below zero. Such a place is the Yamal Peninsula in Siberia, translated as “the ends of the Earth,” a desolate spit of land where a group called the Nenets live. By now, you’ve heard of the crater on the Yamal Peninsula. It’s the one that suddenly appeared, yawning nearly 100 feet in diameter, and...

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Mystery ghost fleet washes up in Japan

An unsettling mystery has washed up on Japan’s shores. Over the past two months a fleet of 12 ghost ships containing the rotting remains of sailors has washed up on the Japanese coastline, sparking an investigation in the country. These wooden boats have been found in the Sea of Japan on or near the coast, carrying a chilling cargo — the decaying bodies of 22 people. All the bodies were “partially skeletonized” — two were found without heads — and one boat contained six skulls, the coast guard said. The first boat was found in October, then a series of boats were found...