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You guys MUST see this ! A radar pulse out of Dover ...


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That is crazy...I saved the pictures
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Got this pic yesterday AM been waiting 2 months Mama Trumpeter and Proud Papa take their 3 little babies for first swim!
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You guys MUST see this ! A radar pulse out of Dover ...


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hi I just read that WoW!
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You guys MUST see this ! A radar pulse out of Dover ...


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hi I just read that WoW!
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That's nuts! Going to keep an eye on that area weather wise/EQ for the next couple days. hiding
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You guys MUST see this ! A radar pulse out of Dover ...


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That is crazy...I saved the pictures
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Good idea. We all know how stuff gets " lost " in the internet. : )
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You guys MUST see this ! A radar pulse out of Dover ...


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hi I just read that WoW!
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That's nuts! Going to keep an eye on that area weather wise/EQ for the next couple days. hiding
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That's something I haven't seen before,wild! I have been watching weather cycles and studying radar for quite awhile and have followed dutch and his findings. Some are very legit and others are speculative. That signature is radiating frequency in all directions yet doesn't show on surrounding ports, which leads me to believe it isn't something being picked up but something being directed!

Luis or d bert had a post on extreme weather for the east coast in about 7 days from now,we'll see what transpires.

Last Edited by shadahoochie on 06/28/2013 03:11 PM
“One of the saddest lessons of history is this: If we’ve been bamboozled long enough, we tend to reject any evidence of the bamboozle. We’re no longer interested in finding out the truth. The bamboozle has captured us. It’s simply too painful to acknowledge, even to ourselves, that we’ve been taken. Once you give a charlatan power over you, you almost never get it back.” – Carl Sagan
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6/28/2013 — RADAR pulse / “HAARP ring” / Scalar Square confirmation — Kansas City, MO
Late in the evening of June 24, 2013 a series of RADAR pulses / ‘HAARP rings’ / Scalar Squares were emitted from the Kansas City, MO NEXRAD RADAR station.

Move forward roughly 60 hours ( 2 1/2 days from the point of the RADAR pulses occurring)… and the NWS issue severe thunderstorm watches / warnings for the pulsed area epicenter.

Confirmed large hail / damaging winds, and several possible tornadoes.
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Borrowed this from another thread . :

4:40 PM Thursday UPDATE:
Classification: UNCLASSIFIED
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Routine testing at Redstone creates unusual radar patterns
Redstone Arsenal, Ala.- On Tuesday routine tests were being conducted at Redstone’s airfield. During these tests RR-188 (chaff) was dropped from aircraft. This chaff showed as an anomaly on local weather screens as weather conditions caused it to linger longer than normal.
This substance is commonly used by the military in training and testing operations.
There are no known environmental effects caused by RR-188.
“Redstone is committed to ensuring environmental stewardship while balancing that with our critical missions to support the war fighter,” said COL John S. Hamilton, Garrison commander.
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www.globalsecurity.org/military/systems/aircraft/systems/chaf​f.htm

Chaff and flares are defensive mechanisms employed from military aircrafi to avoid detection and/or attack by adversary ... RR-188: RR-185/AL RR-ZZZ: Aircraft: B-52 ...
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Borrowed this from another thread . :

4:40 PM Thursday UPDATE:
Classification: UNCLASSIFIED
Caveats: NONE
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Routine testing at Redstone creates unusual radar patterns
Redstone Arsenal, Ala.- On Tuesday routine tests were being conducted at Redstone’s airfield. During these tests RR-188 (chaff) was dropped from aircraft. This chaff showed as an anomaly on local weather screens as weather conditions caused it to linger longer than normal.
This substance is commonly used by the military in training and testing operations.
There are no known environmental effects caused by RR-188.
“Redstone is committed to ensuring environmental stewardship while balancing that with our critical missions to support the war fighter,” said COL John S. Hamilton, Garrison commander.
Terri Stover
Public Affairs Specialist
[link to valleywx.com]

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Was wondering if they were testing something.
Well, that answers that.
One question...If it's so routine how come we've never seen that pattern before?

Weather looks normal
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The Bz component of the IMF is currently tipped south for a long duration. Geomagnetic Storming at high latitudes is possible this evening.
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Borrowed this from another thread . :

4:40 PM Thursday UPDATE:
Classification: UNCLASSIFIED
Caveats: NONE
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Routine testing at Redstone creates unusual radar patterns
Redstone Arsenal, Ala.- On Tuesday routine tests were being conducted at Redstone’s airfield. During these tests RR-188 (chaff) was dropped from aircraft. This chaff showed as an anomaly on local weather screens as weather conditions caused it to linger longer than normal.
This substance is commonly used by the military in training and testing operations.
There are no known environmental effects caused by RR-188.
“Redstone is committed to ensuring environmental stewardship while balancing that with our critical missions to support the war fighter,” said COL John S. Hamilton, Garrison commander.
Terri Stover
Public Affairs Specialist
[link to valleywx.com]

 Quoting: Marie 42448602


Was wondering if they were testing something.
Well, that answers that.
One question...If it's so routine how come we've never seen that pattern before?

Weather looks normal
[link to www.wunderground.com]
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Local TV station had collected some of that material and showed it on the news. I think it was WAFF 48. What makes it creepy is ever since that anomaly we have had fighter jets patrolling daily. We sit on the back porch and have coffee every night and see them flying their circle around Huntsville.
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You guys MUST see this ! A radar pulse out of Dover ...


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hi I just read that WoW!
 Quoting: AKObserver


That's nuts! Going to keep an eye on that area weather wise/EQ for the next couple days. hiding
 Quoting: Marie 42448602


That's something I haven't seen before,wild! I have been watching weather cycles and studying radar for quite awhile and have followed dutch and his findings. Some are very legit and others are speculative. That signature is radiating frequency in all directions yet doesn't show on surrounding ports, which leads me to believe it isn't something being picked up but something being directed!

Luis or d bert had a post on extreme weather for the east coast in about 7 days from now,we'll see what transpires.
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I saved the radar picture...in case it disappears
Love & Light...
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28,000 lightning strikes
An electrical that swept across Finland on Thursday brought rain, gusty winds and around 28,000 lightning strikes.
The Finnish Meteorological Institute named the storm "Elviira", and according to Yle Meteorologist Toni Hellinen it was the biggest storm of its kind in Finland this century.

Western and central parts of the country were hardest hit with busts of wind in some areas measured at up to 33 metres per second. Even so, no serious storm damage was reported.

The former lightning strike record for a single 24-hour period was set in August 2010 during a storm that caused an estimated 24,000 cloud-to-ground hits. The all-time record in Finland is the 40,000 lightning strikes seen on June 29, 1988.

Hellinen is forecasting milder weather for Friday. Southern and central regions can expect mostly sunny skies. Northern areas are likely to be cloudy with the chance of some scattered showers.

Temperatures in southern and central regions should top 25C and be around 20C in the north.
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Borrowed this from another thread . :

4:40 PM Thursday UPDATE:
Classification: UNCLASSIFIED
Caveats: NONE
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Routine testing at Redstone creates unusual radar patterns
Redstone Arsenal, Ala.- On Tuesday routine tests were being conducted at Redstone’s airfield. During these tests RR-188 (chaff) was dropped from aircraft. This chaff showed as an anomaly on local weather screens as weather conditions caused it to linger longer than normal.
This substance is commonly used by the military in training and testing operations.
There are no known environmental effects caused by RR-188.
“Redstone is committed to ensuring environmental stewardship while balancing that with our critical missions to support the war fighter,” said COL John S. Hamilton, Garrison commander.
Terri Stover
Public Affairs Specialist
[link to valleywx.com]

 Quoting: Marie 42448602


Was wondering if they were testing something.
Well, that answers that.
One question...If it's so routine how come we've never seen that pattern before?

Weather looks normal
[link to www.wunderground.com]
 Quoting: AKObserver


Local TV station had collected some of that material and showed it on the news. I think it was WAFF 48. What makes it creepy is ever since that anomaly we have had fighter jets patrolling daily. We sit on the back porch and have coffee every night and see them flying their circle around Huntsville.
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Hey Gomez!!! hi

I need to keep an eye open as I did not see the fighter jets yet. Hmmm, not sure I would know one if I saw it in the sky. Lol. Sad, I know, just not up-to-date on aircraft. What time of day do you see them, and I will start looking up over this way? (North East side)
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it wasn't a big quake...
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Astronomers have discovered what looks like a planet forming at an incredible distance from its host star. The finding adds to the variety of planetary systems known in the Milky Way.
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[link to radar.weather.gov]

Look at this massive weather trough,simply amazing. Its like a 2,000 mile wide slow moving cyclone. You can't fit the whole system on the page

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Is Arctic Permafrost the "Sleeping Giant" of Climate Change?
by Dr. Tony Phillips for NASA Science News
Huntsville AL (SPX) Jun 27, 2013

"The Arctic is critical to understanding global climate," says Miller. "Climate change is already happening in the Arctic, faster than its ecosystems can adapt. Looking at the Arctic is like looking at the canary in the coal mine for the entire Earth system."

Over hundreds of millennia, Arctic permafrost soils have accumulated vast stores of organic carbon - an estimated 1,400 to 1,850 billion metric tons of it. That's about half of all the estimated organic carbon stored in Earth's soils.

In comparison, about 350 billion metric tons of carbon have been emitted from all fossil-fuel combustion and human activities since 1850. Most of the Arctic's sequestered carbon is located in thaw-vulnerable topsoils within 3 meters of the surface.

But, as scientists are learning, permafrost - and its stored carbon - may not be as permanent as its name implies. And that has them concerned

full article- [link to www.spacedaily.com]

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Is Arctic Permafrost the "Sleeping Giant" of Climate Change?
by Dr. Tony Phillips for NASA Science News
Huntsville AL (SPX) Jun 27, 2013

"The Arctic is critical to understanding global climate," says Miller. "Climate change is already happening in the Arctic, faster than its ecosystems can adapt. Looking at the Arctic is like looking at the canary in the coal mine for the entire Earth system."

Over hundreds of millennia, Arctic permafrost soils have accumulated vast stores of organic carbon - an estimated 1,400 to 1,850 billion metric tons of it. That's about half of all the estimated organic carbon stored in Earth's soils.

In comparison, about 350 billion metric tons of carbon have been emitted from all fossil-fuel combustion and human activities since 1850. Most of the Arctic's sequestered carbon is located in thaw-vulnerable topsoils within 3 meters of the surface.

But, as scientists are learning, permafrost - and its stored carbon - may not be as permanent as its name implies. And that has them concerned

full article- [link to www.spacedaily.com]

Peace all
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"The Arctic is critical to understanding global climate," says Miller. That is so true!

Nice to see you 88!
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It has been very hot here in Alaska. Today is first normal day in weeks. record heat temps recently. Flooding this spring too in places. Glaciers are melting fast. Satilite imagery show extreme changes. It could explain the imbalance .... But what is making the planet so hot?
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Hey Vesper, good to see you.
We are just west of Capshaw Mountain, and my wife and kids see the plane 3 to 4 times during the day. My kids call it Starscream from Transformers, looks just like him. We always see the patrol plane between 6 and 7, comes almost right over the house.
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Look at the depth difference between these 2 quakes minutes apart...not good...

Saturday June 29 2013, 02:17:19 UTC -4511 seconds ago Southeast Indian Ridge. 5.2 120.0 GeoScience Australia Detail
Saturday June 29 2013, 02:17:04 UTC -4496 seconds ago Southeast Indian Ridge 5.1 10.0 CSEM-EMSC Feed Detail
[link to quakes.globalincidentmap.com]
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It has been very hot here in Alaska. Today is first normal day in weeks. record heat temps recently. Flooding this spring too in places. Glaciers are melting fast. Satilite imagery show extreme changes. It could explain the imbalance .... But what is making the planet so hot?
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Stay cool Alaska has been hot for sure

Methane drifts,northern polar melt increasing ocean levels and temp. Shift in the ionosperic particle levels, with an EVER increasing magnetic pole shift, to name just a few. A new climatic paradigm approaches!Peace

Just part of the blueprint, we are living in amazing times really!

Last Edited by shadahoochie on 06/28/2013 11:16 PM
“One of the saddest lessons of history is this: If we’ve been bamboozled long enough, we tend to reject any evidence of the bamboozle. We’re no longer interested in finding out the truth. The bamboozle has captured us. It’s simply too painful to acknowledge, even to ourselves, that we’ve been taken. Once you give a charlatan power over you, you almost never get it back.” – Carl Sagan
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It has been very hot here in Alaska. Today is first normal day in weeks. record heat temps recently. Flooding this spring too in places. Glaciers are melting fast. Satilite imagery show extreme changes. It could explain the imbalance .... But what is making the planet so hot?
 Quoting: upliftedlala

Stay cool Alaska has been hot for sure

Methane drifts,northern polar melt increasing ocean levels and temp. Shift in the ionosperic particle levels, with an EVER increasing magnetic pole shift, to name just a few. A new climatic paradigm approaches!Peace

Just part of the blueprint, we are living in amazing times really!
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hi Sorry I didn't see your post.Welcome. Where in Alaska are
you?
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Hey Vesper, good to see you.
We are just west of Capshaw Mountain, and my wife and kids see the plane 3 to 4 times during the day. My kids call it Starscream from Transformers, looks just like him. We always see the patrol plane between 6 and 7, comes almost right over the house.
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Thanks, I will pay more attention during the day, and post if I see anything over this way.

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It has been very hot here in Alaska. Today is first normal day in weeks. record heat temps recently. Flooding this spring too in places. Glaciers are melting fast. Satilite imagery show extreme changes. It could explain the imbalance .... But what is making the planet so hot?
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What is making the planet so hot? Cosmic energies.....Earth is about to be transformed...... yoda
Thread: Just conducted a new research on annual big quakes that happened since 2010. August 20-September 2 2014???

Thread: Russian scientist predicts "Massive Earthquake" to hit Japan by end of 2014!!!

Thread: Japanese scientist predicts another major earthquake in Japan by 2017 -Japanese news!!!

"For 2 consecutive years, lots of rumors concerning big earthquakes and pole shifts caused by a celestial object to occur around the date of August 17 has been circulating on the internet from sources like John Moore and Mike Harris (Nibiru Aug 17 2012) and Pattie Brassard (Mag 15 quake Aug 17 2013).....Is there in any way a chance that the real date could actually be this year? .....August 17-27 2014????" ----Solar Guardian
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HEY all

interesting article from those that supposedly watch out for all mankind... :P

:Issued: 2013 Jun 28 0717 UTC
:Product: documentation at [link to www.sidc.be]
#------------------------------------------------------------​--------#
# FAST WARNING 'PRESTO' MESSAGE from the SIDC (RWC-Belgium) #
#------------------------------------------------------------​--------#
ACE detected a shock in the solar wind at 13:53 UT on June 27, probably due
to some unidentified CME. The solar wind speed jumped from about 380 km/s
to around 460 km/s, and has currently decreased again to 405 km/s. The IMF
jumped from 3 to 8 nT, and has subsequently further risen to 12 nT. Under
these conditions, and combined with the effects of a recurrent coronal hole
high speed stream, there is a chance for active up to major storm
geomagnetic levels on June 28. Quiet to active geomagnetic levels are
expected for June 29.

[link to sidc.oma.be]

love it...
im sure when we get hit by that asteroid/hemo..they will say, that "probably" came from space....

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getting all 'fokked' up...
a little pressure being applied while shields are wavering...


[link to ccmc.gsfc.nasa.gov]

protons taking a blast
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Space Weather Message Code: WARK07
Serial Number: 41
Issue Time: 2013 Jun 29 0515 UTC

WARNING: Geomagnetic K-index of 7 or greater expected
Valid From: 2013 Jun 29 0515 UTC
Valid To: 2013 Jun 29 1000 UTC
Warning Condition: Onset
NOAA Scale: G3 or greater - Strong to Extreme
Potential Impacts: Area of impact primarily poleward of 50 degrees Geomagnetic Latitude.
Induced Currents - Power system voltage irregularities possible, false alarms may be triggered on some protection devices.
Spacecraft - Systems may experience surface charging; increased drag on low Earth-orbit satellites and orientation problems may occur.
Navigation - Intermittent satellite navigation (GPS) problems, including loss-of-lock and increased range error may occur.
Radio - HF (high frequency) radio may be intermittent.
Aurora - Aurora may be seen as low as Pennsylvania to Iowa to Oregon.

[link to www.swpc.noaa.gov]

[link to www.swpc.noaa.gov]
mag copping a heavy hit....roughly 40nTeslas

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Yep, its a weird one Nerd! We're up there now baby!!

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