Originally posted by mrsdudara
What orange, smelly, oily substance could be in the air that thick that the snow would pick it up like that?
well, until the test results are announced....
i'd like to opine that the stuff is the organic remains of some kind of upper atmosphere creatures.
just like recent acounts birds that are dropping out of the sky because of some atmospheric conditions
(HAARP frequencies?, Magnetic anomalies?, clouds of Methane from outgassing soils?)
the normally reclusive and rarely seen tiny creatures have also met with some sort of devestating encounter with a substance or a deadly Frequency.
These atmospheric lifeforms are normally transparent, and widely seperated in the volume of air they occupy,
but on occasion the creatures gather to 'school' or 'shoal',
in a similar way as sardine fish we find in our oceans,
when massed together in a 'school', these swirling 'balls' of millions of tiny lifeforms,
their transparent bodies begin to glow from a chem-illuminesence brought on by the close proximity with the others & the excitement generated by the
act of shoaling.
.....we landlubbers below, see these glowing schools as lights in the night sky, and call the phenomena UFOs
evidently a shoal of these lifeforms met an untimely end up there in siberia and their lifeless bodies got caught up in the updrafts of a snow
cloud...and disbursed on the landscape below
[well, its probable....until proven otherwise! ]