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rainbow cloud towers over Mount Everest

 
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rainbow cloud towers over Mount Everest
Hovering in the sky, this rainbow cloud over Mount Everest took an astonished astronomer by surprise.

Oleg Bartunov, 51, caught the spectacle on camera during a Himalayas expedition in Nepal.

His two images show almost the whole spectrum of the rainbow in a natural event rarely recorded at Mount Everest.

Read more: [link to www.dailymail.co.uk]
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Re: rainbow cloud towers over Mount Everest
Wowwwwwwww. 5*
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03/18/2011 09:22 PM
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Re: rainbow cloud towers over Mount Everest
That is amazing and kinda freaky.
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03/18/2011 09:23 PM
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Re: rainbow cloud towers over Mount Everest
haarp yo
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harp? what day was the pictures takenhidinghiding
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Re: rainbow cloud towers over Mount Everest
AND KINDA FAKE!
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Re: rainbow cloud towers over Mount Everest
absolutely stunning!
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Re: rainbow cloud towers over Mount Everest
awesome isn't it?

I saw the same exact thing in Phoenix Arizona one morning last week

I tried to get it on camera but my little cell phone didn't do the job, i was shooting directly into the sun

It freaked me out seeing it.

WHAT IS IT?? Not sure I buy the "ice crystals" explanation, especially since I had NEVER EVER seen this phenomenon before and I am always looking up at the skies.

And then one week later... I come across that article and those photos.

WTF is going on in our world? HAARP? Mayan calendar?
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Re: rainbow cloud towers over Mount Everest
Could a polarizing lens filter (or some other type) do this?

I don't know why someone would use photoshop. I believe him.
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03/18/2011 09:32 PM
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Re: rainbow cloud towers over Mount Everest
also, look closely at the photos - some weird grayish/blackish shapes in those clouds... and they moved along with the clouds as can be seen by comparing the two photos... so the shapes are NOT part of the mountains.
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Re: rainbow cloud towers over Mount Everest
i was joking about haarp

it is probaly natural, this beautiful stuff does happen uno.

its real, colors/effects touched up in PS most likely, ofc
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Re: rainbow cloud towers over Mount Everest
i was joking about haarp

it is probaly natural, this beautiful stuff does happen uno.

its real, colors/effects touched up in PS most likely, ofc
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yah except I am telling you, I saw this SAME exact thing a week ago on the other side of the world from him

and I have read other reports of people seeing this

of course I know it COULD just be ice crystals... but I wonder.
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Re: rainbow cloud towers over Mount Everest
Exquisite .
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03/18/2011 09:41 PM
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Re: rainbow cloud towers over Mount Everest
That's a HAARP-generated phenomena. The same type of rainbow clouds were observed in China just before the Sichuan quake struck:

[link to www.youtube.com]
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Re: rainbow cloud towers over Mount Everest
looks like an angel floating on her/his side
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Re: rainbow cloud towers over Mount Everest
the 2nd photo I mean
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Re: rainbow cloud towers over Mount Everest
I have seen these clouds where I live. Don't think this is a natural phenomenon. And don't have quakes here. I notice it in heavy periods pf chemtrailing. This is chemical shit but that photographer is deluding himself it's some kind of Tibetan rainbow magic. Rainbows do figure in Tibetan buddhist mythology. Sad tho that naive peeps think the chem evil is a rare "natural" (no doubt they think it supernatural or "auspicious").
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03/22/2011 06:31 AM
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Re: rainbow cloud towers over Mount Everest
AND KINDA FAKE!
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Not Fake! natural phenomenon
as a photographer I should know
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03/22/2011 06:41 AM
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Re: rainbow cloud towers over Mount Everest
beautiful
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Re: rainbow cloud towers over Mount Everest
Could a polarizing lens filter (or some other type) do this?

I don't know why someone would use photoshop. I believe him.
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A polarizing filter, filters out glare and reflective light giving a more accurate representation. It is not a cheat method but very common especially in bright snowscapes, beaches etc. Most photographers enhance their images but I have seen this phenomenon myself, admittedly on a less grand scale, and this is a fair representation
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Re: rainbow cloud towers over Mount Everest
So is the consensus that rainbow clouds are indeed a natural phenomenon based upon the optical properties of microscopic ice crystals in the clouds way up high in the cold air of the upper atmosphere?

Here is the mainstream explanation:

[link to blogs.discovermagazine.com]

But the photo in that article does not represent what I saw. I saw the EXACT same thing as the Himalayas photographs. EXACT thing (ten days ago 8am in the skies east of Phoenix Arizona - 3.7 earthquake near Sedona around same time frame FYI). The sun was in the same position as those photos, so the optics works. That photo is NOT a "filter" or "photoshop". Trust me. It makes sense. But why are these being seen everywhere all of a sudden? Why did these photos pop up the same time I was seeing it halfway around the world?

My theory is that something has changed in the upper atmosphere. If these are caused by ice crystals, then perhaps we should consider that the upper atmosphere may be getting much colder... which in my opinion also would explain "chemtrails". IMO, these are NOT someone "spraying" us, but merely another indication that something in the upper atmosphere has changed over the past few decades. I have watched the skies my whole life. Yes, "contrails" have increased. I always thought it was simply due to many more jet flights crisscrossing the sky. But even I had to admit something was up. I just disagree on the cause.

I can't help but recall the story of the wooly mammoths in Siberia who were found to have been literally flash frozen as they were chewing flowers... huh? Well there's only one thing that could possibly do such a thing... the ultra cold upper atmosphere pouring down to earth's surface to freeze everything it touched. How does THAT happen? And are we seeing it happen again? Is it related to pole shift? Solar winds blasting thru a weak or nonexistent magnetic field?

If I see another one of these rainbow clouds anytime soon, I'll know something is up, for sure. But blindly attributing everything to "HAARP" doesn't really help, unless someone can explain the technical basis for how ionospheric heaters could cause clouds to freeze and create these ice crystals in these clouds. Maybe the frequencies they are using could cause the ice crystals to somehow "line up" in a coordinated pattern and thus the rainbow effect?
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Re: rainbow cloud towers over Mount Everest
HAARP? Rainbows? Where have I seen this one before?

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Re: rainbow cloud towers over Mount Everest
I wanna BE that cloud!
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Re: rainbow cloud towers over Mount Everest
Hovering in the sky, this rainbow cloud over Mount Everest took an astonished astronomer by surprise.

Oleg Bartunov, 51, caught the spectacle on camera during a Himalayas expedition in Nepal.

His two images show almost the whole spectrum of the rainbow in a natural event rarely recorded at Mount Everest.

Read more: [link to www.dailymail.co.uk]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1302672

wow...i've seen rainbow clouds....but this one is massive
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harp? what day was the pictures takenhidinghiding
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I was wondering about the day too.
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Re: rainbow cloud towers over Mount Everest
The photo is not fake or photoshopped. I saw clouds like this in central Texas a couple of weeks before the big chinese earthquake. There were people with me who also saw it and one of whom photographed it. A few weeks before that there was a thread on glp by someone in the Ohio/Indiana area who had seen some there and was asking what it was. About HAARP, there was a notice within the last couple of years that Israel was building an over-the-horizon radar somewhere in the himalayas for the Indian government. The msm here in the 70's 80's used over-the horizon radar to describe the russian HAARP which was then building. See Matthew 24 in a kjv 1611 and in the two other gospels in which the account is given. To read the bible in your own language see holybiblefoundation.org. They have bibles in dozens of languages for FREE download.
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Re: rainbow cloud towers over Mount Everest
Wowwwwwwww. 5*
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2nd that!
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Re: rainbow cloud towers over Mount Everest
monkeys, monsters, eagle, amazing hologramz
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Re: rainbow cloud towers over Mount Everest
Hovering in the sky, this rainbow cloud over Mount Everest took an astonished astronomer by surprise.

Oleg Bartunov, 51, caught the spectacle on camera during a Himalayas expedition in Nepal.

His two images show almost the whole spectrum of the rainbow in a natural event rarely recorded at Mount Everest.

Read more: [link to www.dailymail.co.uk]
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