posted on Nov, 16 2018 @ 06:10 PM
a reply to: YesTodayTomorrow
The destruction reminds me of destruction patterns from massive tornadoes in the south and central USA. Looks like everything is destroyed, but
there's some buildings that survived among the destruction.
What i seen on my trip through California over the last few days is that everything is so damned dry. That's the real problem.
I did see something odd today at about 10:00 am. Driving on CA 58 very near Edwards afb, a near perfect clear circle formed in the clouds directly
above Edwards. It happened in a short time too, couple minutes at most. I've seen a lot of odd stuff, but nothing quite like that before. Two days
before in the same area driving the other direction there were sonic booms, I'm assuming that's what it was, it scared me, and some truckers were
stopping to check their tires, I'm assuming they thought they had a blowout. lol.
Northern California skies and smoke everywhere for hundreds of miles, looks almost apocalyptic.
It was a memorable trip. Left me feeling there's something going on there that either can't, or won't ever be fully explained. What has happened in
the fires there to people, and to their lives is unimaginable, very sad.
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