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Bright flashes in the sky, Oklahoma

 
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Bright flashes in the sky, Oklahoma
There were two bright flashes in the sky west of Tulsa. Clear skies so not lightning! Did anyone else see it? The flashes were about 20mins apart and bright enough to light up a window paned door...
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Re: Bright flashes in the sky, Oklahoma
Exploding flammable atmospheric gas plumes. More info:

[link to jumpingjackflashhypothesis.blogspot.com]
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Must be some crazy gas, just happened again.
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Re: Bright flashes in the sky, Oklahoma
I live in Muskogee, let me know if anything happened. :P
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Re: Bright flashes in the sky, Oklahoma
Saw one flash in Northeast Pa. at approximately 9:00pm, I went outside to gaze at the moon and Venus. I have seen these several times over past year. I do not know what they are.
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Re: Bright flashes in the sky, Oklahoma
Must be some crazy gas, just happened again.
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Indeed. The oceans are belching methane and hydrogen sulfide. The oceans are bigger than mankind.

They may be up high shooting the plumes. Better than letting them land and kill off a populated area. They can't protect us all the time though, so you get 500+ people sickening at the Las Vegas marathon, 22 Houston students collapsing unconscious, etc.
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Re: Bright flashes in the sky, Oklahoma
Must be some crazy gas, just happened again.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 15002766


Indeed. The oceans are belching methane and hydrogen sulfide. The oceans are bigger than mankind.

They may be up high shooting the plumes. Better than letting them land and kill off a populated area. They can't protect us all the time though, so you get 500+ people sickening at the Las Vegas marathon, 22 Houston students collapsing unconscious, etc.
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you are simply reposting what u read in that other thread
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Re: Bright flashes in the sky, Oklahoma
Hi Neighbor -- north of you in BFEville, KS -- sure is booming and crackin with lightening out there tonight. Moon looks weird from my view too. :/
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Re: Bright flashes in the sky, Oklahoma
Looks like they haarp'd the local water tower
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Re: Bright flashes in the sky, Oklahoma
Must be some crazy gas, just happened again.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 15002766


Indeed. The oceans are belching methane and hydrogen sulfide. The oceans are bigger than mankind.

They may be up high shooting the plumes. Better than letting them land and kill off a populated area. They can't protect us all the time though, so you get 500+ people sickening at the Las Vegas marathon, 22 Houston students collapsing unconscious, etc.
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you are simply reposting what u read in that other thread
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LMAO - that's my hypothesis, which I did mention in another thread, yes. This is a pervasive all-encompassing doom, as would be expected from a corrupted atmosphere.
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Re: Bright flashes in the sky, Oklahoma
I live in Muskogee, let me know if anything happened. :P
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Grew up there! Ill update again if i see anything else.
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Re: Bright flashes in the sky, Oklahoma
Man I am so glad u said something.I'm also in oklahoma,about 45 minutes from tulsa.
Been sitting here for about hour now asking everyone in the house,"did u hear that?"
Thought I was losing it,we stepped out,and we can hear these
booms,it isnt thunder,weather is clear here happening about every 20 mins I guess. Looking nw we see these lights,not lightening but flashes of soemthing.
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bump

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Re: Bright flashes in the sky, Oklahoma
Same here in Pa, was looking Northwest, what the heck is it? I saw a couple in the winter with big white puffy clouds lighting up with these flashes, right over head that night. The clouds were movng super fast and seemed really low.
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Re: Bright flashes in the sky, Oklahoma
Must be some crazy gas, just happened again.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 15002766


Indeed. The oceans are belching methane and hydrogen sulfide. The oceans are bigger than mankind.

They may be up high shooting the plumes. Better than letting them land and kill off a populated area. They can't protect us all the time though, so you get 500+ people sickening at the Las Vegas marathon, 22 Houston students collapsing unconscious, etc.
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Oh how weird that you'd bring that up.

I'm in Vegas,and today the water in my
House stank of rotten eggs/sulfur.
It ran me outside it was so bad.
Lasted about an hour. This never
Happened before.
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I remember Michelle Obama encouraging people to insulate their homes, take advantage of federal subsidies, and she had this oddly strong emotion in her voice. That seemed weird to me - emotional about home insulation? Once my hypothesis started crystallizing, that suddenly made sense. They have tried to help us, but without telling this truth, because face it, it's ugly, scary, and we wouldn't be better off if people panicked. That's why my tone is calm, and my message peace and cooperation. Even so, it is a gamble, I know. But...when what you're doing isn't working, do something else, right?
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Re: Bright flashes in the sky, Oklahoma
Blackhawk just posted a thread that HAARP is cranking. I think that explains our mysterious flashes.
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Re: Bright flashes in the sky, Oklahoma
OP, did it make noise? Right about the time of your original post I heard a noticible boom and could feel the sound. I'm in far NE Oklahoma and very, very rural. It wouldn't have been a car noise.
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Re: Bright flashes in the sky, Oklahoma
Oh, btw, my teen just got home from work in the last 45 minutes. I asked her if she say any flashes on her long drive home. She saw one, but assumed it was lightning and didn't see it directly...just that the sky lit up.

So yes, a flash was seen from Grove, OK area. Considering that this area is almost two hours NE of Tulsa and you saw the flash west of Tulsa means it must have been pretty big or pretty high in the sky.
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Re: Bright flashes in the sky, Oklahoma
Oops, double post.

Last Edited by withoutatrace on 04/25/2012 12:50 AM
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Re: Bright flashes in the sky, Oklahoma
Must be some crazy gas, just happened again.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 15002766


Indeed. The oceans are belching methane and hydrogen sulfide. The oceans are bigger than mankind.

They may be up high shooting the plumes. Better than letting them land and kill off a populated area. They can't protect us all the time though, so you get 500+ people sickening at the Las Vegas marathon, 22 Houston students collapsing unconscious, etc.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 13792709


Oh how weird that you'd bring that up.

I'm in Vegas,and today the water in my
House stank of rotten eggs/sulfur
.
It ran me outside it was so bad.
Lasted about an hour. This never
Happened before.
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that is a sign that volcanic activity is eminent.....
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Re: Bright flashes in the sky, Oklahoma
Must be some crazy gas, just happened again.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 15002766


Indeed. The oceans are belching methane and hydrogen sulfide. The oceans are bigger than mankind.

They may be up high shooting the plumes. Better than letting them land and kill off a populated area. They can't protect us all the time though, so you get 500+ people sickening at the Las Vegas marathon, 22 Houston students collapsing unconscious, etc.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 13792709


Oh how weird that you'd bring that up.

I'm in Vegas,and today the water in my
House stank of rotten eggs/sulfur
.
It ran me outside it was so bad.
Lasted about an hour. This never
Happened before.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 2023554

signs of volcanic activity nearby....
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There are some storms by Wichita and Joplin, maybe the lightning would be visible from that far for here at least, but we shouldn't have heard any thunder.

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I saw a few flashes in the sky about a year ago at about 3 in the morning it was very strange but i just thought it was lightning ive been told you dont need clouds to have lightning
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We were watching a movie so i never heard any sounds! But the flashes were definitely NW and about 20 mins apart... Freaked the wife out enough to get us in bed. In glad we aren't the only people that saw it! What the heck was it though?!
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Must be some crazy gas, just happened again.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 15002766


Indeed. The oceans are belching methane and hydrogen sulfide. The oceans are bigger than mankind.

They may be up high shooting the plumes. Better than letting them land and kill off a populated area. They can't protect us all the time though, so you get 500+ people sickening at the Las Vegas marathon, 22 Houston students collapsing unconscious, etc.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 13792709


Oh how weird that you'd bring that up.

I'm in Vegas,and today the water in my
House stank of rotten eggs/sulfur
.
It ran me outside it was so bad.
Lasted about an hour. This never
Happened before.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 2023554

signs of volcanic activity nearby....
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 3188128


Yikes!

But one does not think of
Volcanoes when speaking of Vegas
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Indeed. The oceans are belching methane and hydrogen sulfide. The oceans are bigger than mankind.

They may be up high shooting the plumes. Better than letting them land and kill off a populated area. They can't protect us all the time though, so you get 500+ people sickening at the Las Vegas marathon, 22 Houston students collapsing unconscious, etc.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 13792709


Oh how weird that you'd bring that up.

I'm in Vegas,and today the water in my
House stank of rotten eggs/sulfur
.
It ran me outside it was so bad.
Lasted about an hour. This never
Happened before.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 2023554

signs of volcanic activity nearby....
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 3188128


Yikes!

But one does not think of
Volcanoes when speaking of Vegas
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yeah but before last year,u would never think here in oklahoma we would have a 4.0 earthquake either......
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Point well taken^
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Re: Bright flashes in the sky, Oklahoma
About 10-11 this morning I heard loud rumblings/explosions that lasted for about 30 seconds non-stop, then it happened a few minutes later for 10 seconds or better. I could feel the ground shake with the booming noise. I'm 40 miles east of Ft Smith. I just glanced at the earthquake map and I didn't see anything.

I hear booming sounds a lot, and frequently I can feel the floor of my house shaking slightly, but no sounds.
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About 10-11 this morning I heard loud rumblings/explosions that lasted for about 30 seconds non-stop, then it happened a few minutes later for 10 seconds or better. I could feel the ground shake with the booming noise. I'm 40 miles east of Ft Smith. I just glanced at the earthquake map and I didn't see anything.

I hear booming sounds a lot, and frequently I can feel the floor of my house shaking slightly, but no sounds.
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Is there a rock quarry near you? That happened to me a lot when I lived a few miles from one in Owasso, OK. It was a limestone quarry and they were blasting pretty frequently.
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About 10-11 this morning I heard loud rumblings/explosions that lasted for about 30 seconds non-stop, then it happened a few minutes later for 10 seconds or better. I could feel the ground shake with the booming noise. I'm 40 miles east of Ft Smith. I just glanced at the earthquake map and I didn't see anything.

I hear booming sounds a lot, and frequently I can feel the floor of my house shaking slightly, but no sounds.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 15017907


Is there a rock quarry near you? That happened to me a lot when I lived a few miles from one in Owasso, OK. It was a limestone quarry and they were blasting pretty frequently.
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Not that I know of. I can't speak about the booms at night but the floor shakes 24 hours a day at various times so that's something that's not on a regular work day like a quarry would be.

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