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HAARP? The Most Bizarre Sky Ever...
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 1129812:MV8yMDYyOTY4XzM0NzA1NzMyXzUzREE5MDM0] [quote:stars:MV8yMDYyOTY4XzM0NzA1Njk3X0Q4OURFNjA2] [quote:Anonymous Coward 2109124:MV8yMDYyOTY4XzM0NzA1NDY5X0JCMzkwM0Ew] pretty sure i've seen these kinds of clouds down here quite a lot throughout my life. calm down! [/quote]We too in Fla get awsome sunsets and sunrises all the time ,we have perfect weather, all the time. Some sunrises look like Vangouh was passing thru, the red , yellow, purple, pink, swirls in layers, hard to believe nature does this. Enjoy it! [/quote] In Florida they have an ocean which MIGHT contribute to such factors. However, I'm familiar with Florida and never, EVER saw a sky remotely like this. NOT ONCE. I saw gorgeous sunsets and sunrises...but never, did I see the sky grid itself up in black flowing webbing. Anyway...that's my two cents on that issue. [/quote]
From Bloomington, Indiana...Think what you want, this is definitely odd.
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