posted on Aug, 25 2017 @ 06:26 AM
a reply to: freedom7
I have had an eye to the sky since I was a boy. My fascination with the sciences generally, weather, space travel and other atmospheric and
extra-atmospheric phenomena, led me to spend a great deal of time looking up.
I can safely say that here, in my hometown, the sky is very much similar to the way I remember it, with clouds as painted by William Blake, with rays
of light blasting forth from between the cloud layers, or blanketing the entire sky from horizon to horizon, or alternatively, mere wisps, soaring
above, only punctuated by the passage of aircraft.
There are more aircraft up there, but as for the colours, the shapes, the frequency of certain expressions of vapour in the atmosphere, I have
noticed no particular change, other than the unusual warmth of the winters we are having now, and the increased heat of the summers. Its been years
since last a true winter bit down on my neck of the woods, and those who were here decades before me, state that the current trend is not normal for