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Originally posted by XFoxMulderX
This is a little too wacky for me, but this guy, who's screen name is derr, says that he belives this is the beginning of a UFO invasion, and presents facts to back up this claim.
I found this post on this site
Again, too far out for my taste.
I recently received several emails from a UFO Researcher named Steve Tobias. He provided me with some very interesting information after reading my article about the unusual coincidences of June 8, 2007. In that article for the International UFO Society Newsletter, I pointed out that it seemed bizarre how the primary news gathering organizations managed to spend an entire day following Paris Hilton around with cameras and helicopters when almost all the east coast airports had been brought to a stand still by computer problems and bizarre weather conditions.
Tobias sent me some Weather Channel Maps which appear to show unusual objects being tracked a few hundred miles off the coast of New England. The objects appeared in conjunction with some very unusual weather conditions and the alleged computer problems that virtually shut down airports. Other maps show the same thing happening in other parts of the USA.
Originally posted by XFoxMulderX
Sep 2nd, 2007 at 11:34 am
in june on 3 separate occasions i was able to use weather radar to pinpoint odd activity that was affecting the atmosphere over that region
slightly north of N J off the coast of Massachusetts…the range off the coast was at least 200 to 350 miles away from the mainland by rough estimate.
there disturbance thus is shown as light blue moisture “painting” the weather radar in the doppler radar area and if there ever is activity its easy to see the objects do not move with the weather patterns that affect the USA in this area usually from the west of the usa across to the east USA etc.
The maximum range of the "long range" (L Rng) composite reflectivity product is 248 nm (about 286 miles) from the radar location. The "blocky" appearance of this product is due to its lower spatial resolution on a 2.2 * 2.2 nm grid. It has one-fourth the resolution of the Base Reflectivity and one-half the resolution of the Precipitation products.
Although the Composite Reflectivity product is able to display maximum echo intensities 248 nm from the radar, the beam of the radar at this distance is at a very high altitude in the atmosphere. Thus, only the most intense convective storms and tropical systems will be detected at the longer distances.
Because of this fact, special care must be taken interpreting this product. While the radar image may not indicate precipitation it's quite possible that the radar beam is overshooting precipitation at lower levels, especially at greater distances
Originally posted by JeffNR
hey guys, i have a forum that might interest you. it is a fishing forum wit lots of people from NJ. check it out, people see some weird stuff offshore. its where i first heard about this
Witnesses also reported that debris was washing up on shore, but local autorities deny this.