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...and it made me wonder....

 
stayawaymibs!
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...and it made me wonder....
On my way to work today in central Illinois, the world looked different than it has in some time. We've had cloud cover for some time now, and it is very sunny today, but that is not it.
There seemed to be a different refraction in the atmosphere I was seeing, and then it made me wonder...I've noticed this before on several occasions, but this time I thought about the possible correlation between ionospheric heating and how celestial objects appear to be out of place.
When you look over the top of a fire, there is a distortion to the background objects. I submit that the (most notable)reason the planets and stars seem out of place is due to ionospheric heating in that region, but not to other people elsewhere.
I don't have to much more to add to the discussion as this is not a subject I am very knowledgeable about, but really, it just made me wonder.

p.s. Does CERN work together in some way with HAARP that would conger up what people are seeing--maybe the booms? just wondering...
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12/11/2012 12:23 PM
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Re: ...and it made me wonder....
anybody have thoughts on this?
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12/11/2012 12:39 PM
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12/11/2012 01:18 PM
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Re: ...and it made me wonder....
Sometimes it seems as if I'm in some type of bubble--things are closed off feeling, vision is limited--even when sunny. Other times I can see the smallest details from miles away.

Today the light seems less bright than what was actually shining from the sun.
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Sometimes it seems as if I'm in some type of bubble--things are closed off feeling, vision is limited--even when sunny. Other times I can see the smallest details from miles away.

Today the light seems less bright than what was actually shining from the sun.
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Where are you in central Illinois? I grew up in a small town west of Peoria.
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Bloomington/Normal.
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Re: ...and it made me wonder....
On my way to work today in central Illinois, the world looked different than it has in some time. We've had cloud cover for some time now, and it is very sunny today, but that is not it.
There seemed to be a different refraction in the atmosphere I was seeing, and then it made me wonder...I've noticed this before on several occasions, but this time I thought about the possible correlation between ionospheric heating and how celestial objects appear to be out of place.
When you look over the top of a fire, there is a distortion to the background objects. I submit that the (most notable)reason the planets and stars seem out of place is due to ionospheric heating in that region, but not to other people elsewhere.
I don't have to much more to add to the discussion as this is not a subject I am very knowledgeable about, but really, it just made me wonder.

p.s. Does CERN work together in some way with HAARP that would conger up what people are seeing--maybe the booms? just wondering...
 Quoting: stayawaymibs! 29074728


interesting thought...something to ponder......
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