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HAARP? The Most Bizarre Sky Ever...
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 10725698:MV8yMDYyOTY4XzM0NzA3MjAwXzNBM0JBOEJC] [quote:Isis One:MV8yMDYyOTY4XzM0NzA3MTc1Xzc1Njc0QUE=] [quote:BAD WOLF:MV8yMDYyOTY4XzM0NzA2OTYwX0Q4ODg4N0I5] [quote:Floobarb the Argnorf:MV8yMDYyOTY4XzM0NzA1Nzc0X0RFRDVGMDA1] You never hear the old nautical saying? It goes "Red sky at night, sailor's delight. Red sky at morn, sailor take warn." Relax, its a sign of nice weather and calm seas to come. [/quote] That's what I've always heard. Pink/orange-ish sky isn't a bad sign however those cloud formations are pretty weird. [/quote] ....and how about when the orangy/pinkish color is deepest in the east????? The pink should be in the west for that saying to work, not the opposite direction of the setting sun. [/quote] And the orange sky on the southern horizon at noon? All of this shit is new within the last 4 or 5 years. [/quote]
From Bloomington, Indiana...Think what you want, this is definitely odd.
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