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posted on Oct, 22 2008 @ 02:16 PM
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Originally posted by Kailassa
There is a little problem with the Breast Cancer Awareness explanation:

The Hurley breast awareness pic was taken on the 17th.
The cloud photo was taken 8.30pm on the 21st. (according to the Daily Mail.)


Wasn't it breast cancer awareness "month" though? The light was probably running again when the photo was taken.




posted on Oct, 22 2008 @ 02:42 PM
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I love how all the armchair meteorologists are saying how it doesn't sound plausible to them. Such arrogance. People with actual degrees in meteorology provide perfectly suitable explanations, but because they don't start banging on about HAARP or David Icke it must be nonsense?

I'm absolutely, 100% convinced that all conspiracy theories are down to people thinking they know more than they actually do. The old adage 'a little knowledge is a dangerous thing' seems awfully apt.

Gaaaaaah!



posted on Oct, 22 2008 @ 03:34 PM
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Originally posted by Kailassa
I forget the actual speed of light, but I don't think it would take 3 days to reach the clouds and bounce back. And if spotlights had been left on the clouds all that time, a few more people may have noticed. Either that or we'd have all heard about London being cloud-free three days running.


Indeed, it was Breast cancer awareness month, and a friend of mine assures me that the light from their campagn has been about for a couple days at least, while he was in London.

For future reference, the speed of light in a vacuum, c=299 792 458 m/s, although I doubt you will ever need to use it.



posted on Oct, 22 2008 @ 03:37 PM
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I quite agree! That seems to be the trend here, develop a pet theory, learn a few little bits of meteorology, astronomy etc, trim the awkward bits and apply! Anything that threatens the belief is to be rejected at all cost!



posted on Oct, 22 2008 @ 07:02 PM
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You'e welcome Pammy! As long as it made one person happy it wasn't a wasted trip to Paranoiaville!



posted on Oct, 22 2008 @ 08:07 PM
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Thought this link might clear it up for everyone


latestnews.virginmedia.com...



posted on Oct, 22 2008 @ 08:35 PM
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Proof positive that all of London has turned gay.....

Flaming pink clouds in the atmosphere is a sure sign of this. If that's not it I have no idea. Gotta leave it to the experts.



posted on Oct, 22 2008 @ 10:32 PM
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Originally posted by timelike

Originally posted by Kailassa
I forget the actual speed of light, but I don't think it would take 3 days to reach the clouds and bounce back. And if spotlights had been left on the clouds all that time, a few more people may have noticed. Either that or we'd have all heard about London being cloud-free three days running.


Indeed, it was Breast cancer awareness month, and a friend of mine assures me that the light from their campagn has been about for a couple days at least, while he was in London.

For future reference, the speed of light in a vacuum, c=299 792 458 m/s, although I doubt you will ever need to use it.


Thanks for the info. Now I can calculate how fast I need to move to be in my chair before the light reaches me after turning the switch on, when living in a vacuum.



posted on Oct, 22 2008 @ 10:34 PM
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Originally posted by aceace
Proof positive that all of London has turned gay.....

Flaming pink clouds in the atmosphere is a sure sign of this. If that's not it I have no idea. Gotta leave it to the experts.


Grey one day, gay the next . . .
That's London for you.



posted on Oct, 22 2008 @ 10:36 PM
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Most likely and advertisement of some kind.

Why would it be so localized?

Looks like an expensive part of town, would this be unusual?

I vote advertisement.



posted on Oct, 23 2008 @ 01:13 AM
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Originally posted by dave420
I love how all the armchair meteorologists are saying how it doesn't sound plausible to them. Such arrogance. People with actual degrees in meteorology provide perfectly suitable explanations, but because they don't start banging on about HAARP or David Icke it must be nonsense?

I'm absolutely, 100% convinced that all conspiracy theories are down to people thinking they know more than they actually do. The old adage 'a little knowledge is a dangerous thing' seems awfully apt.

Gaaaaaah!


Whatever are you on about in this post?
It doesn't even make sense



posted on Oct, 23 2008 @ 02:49 AM
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Only one rational explanation,
Majin buu and the evil babidi have returned.



posted on Oct, 23 2008 @ 03:51 AM
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I was at work in soho when i saw this out the window. I stayed for 10mins or so watching it. it was very fluorescent and bright and seemed to be staying in the same vague area.. the clouds were floating past and through it and it would get brighter then darker depending on the amount of clouds behind it. It was very surreal and seemed to me to be very artificial (in using that word i guess i could say alien; something that wasn't familiar to me but maybe for people in other countries it was a familiar sight)

anyway to end all this i took a walk around soho to see if i could spot some kind of spotlight or beam and all the way past regent st down oxford street i saw a very large shop (not sure the name.. maybe selfridges or something) which seemed to have these pinky/purple lights lining the outside of their building.. i didn't go further as i assumed it must of been those lights somehow shining into the sky.. ??? still.. it was a weird sight..



posted on Oct, 23 2008 @ 04:42 AM
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Originally posted by CosmicTraveler
My kodak camera produces pink splodges like that.. it varies depending on how you have it pointing towards the sun..

see here

i292.photobucket.com...
i292.photobucket.com...


So that article is talking b*****ks

And anyway pink clouds are not to unusual to see when the sun goes down


I don't know about you but i see no sun on the OP picture... So think logically please before you post...

It is deffinately weird! But Maybe science.. can help us?

[edit on 23-10-2008 by Unubuh]



posted on Oct, 23 2008 @ 06:20 AM
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Scientists are too proud to say "I don't know", instead, they will come up with any garbage excuse to either cover up their real lack of scientific understanding of the environment around us and/or hope we just plainly accept their stupid and irrational explanations so that we can just shut-up and go away.



posted on Oct, 23 2008 @ 09:27 AM
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I would be very disturbed if nI was to see that cloud over my head ... not because of aliens but simply because it does seems a leakage of some radioactive gas ... hmmm it surely does seem to be ionised!



posted on Oct, 23 2008 @ 10:37 AM
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Some days before the 14th of October (propably around 11th but i don't remember exactly) (i'm refering to the 14th cause i was waiting to see the ufo's over my house
) i was driving at night in a road which
1: has no lights at all, not even from homes, in fact there is not even a light bulb in an area of about 3 km,
2: the total surounded area is not "light poluted"
3: the clouds where so "thick" that no light from the moon could be seen,
4: there was no events that could cause the bellow effect by using light or anything like lights
and i saw between all the black clouds, one that was purple. 3 other people (and propably many more) saw this with me. It was the first time that i saw something like this. I went for dinner and i didn't see it any more.
Does anyone has any idea of what it might was?



posted on Oct, 23 2008 @ 11:15 AM
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Originally posted by Unubuh
And anyway pink clouds are not to unusual to see when the sun goes down


Please show me one photo of other sunsets that have that singular shade of pink thanks



Originally posted by CosmicTraveler
It is deffinately weird! But Maybe science.. can help us?


Science? Why yes... the science of promotional spot lights that Ziggy posted a few posts back works for me...

That would be THIS post...
www.abovetopsecret.com...

And THIS picture




So what is going on here at ATS lately? Seems people are in such a hurry to debunk EVERYTHING that they charge in like a Bull in a china shop...

Not one minutes spent to analyse the situation... just shoot of their 'expert' opinion.

Okay in the OP...

Sunset? Article say 8:30 sun in the region set at 7
o
Spotlight mistaken for the Sun...
Sky is completely gray and overcast... so even if it was early there would be no such sunset.
There is NO other image anywhere on the web of any natural phenomena with that shade of color and only that shade of color...

I think you over zealous debunkers are worse than over zealous believers..

You need a course in critical thinking


EDIT to add..

Oh and a course in Thread Reading 101


[edit on 23-10-2008 by zorgon]



posted on Oct, 23 2008 @ 12:28 PM
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When coming home from work, I noticed the sky had a very pinkness about it, this photo is on my street, I took 3 for reassurance, no filter is on, this is on normal contrast/hue. Sometimes the sky can be this pink, the sun is abit below the housing though. EXIF data intact, no editing here.

All taken around 6.05pm england, 23/10/08.

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Some are a bit shakey (cold and rainy
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[edit on 23-10-2008 by fill0000]

[edit on 23-10-2008 by fill0000]



posted on Oct, 23 2008 @ 03:16 PM
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Originally posted by Anonymous ATS
reply to post by silver6ix
 


Scientists are too proud to say "I don't know", instead, they will come up with any garbage excuse to either cover up their real lack of scientific understanding of the environment around us and/or hope we just plainly accept their stupid and irrational explanations so that we can just shut-up and go away.


You clearly have never spoken to any scientists or entertained a scientific thought in your entire life. Science knows enough to keep our civilization running, it knows for example, enough quantum mechanics to invent the semi conductor and hence the computer so you and your conspiracy theory chums can get together over the internet and invent little conspiracy theories to make yourself feel important and in control.

The problem is that science is rather too good at what it does, it requires that only a few people really need to understand it in order to keep our society running. This has had a detrimental effect; objectivity and rational thought are now very uncommon and we are promptly returning the dark ages of hysteria with hell down bellow and heaven just to the right of the Moon.

You need to master thinking inside the box before you have a go at thinking outside it, though in your case, that may take a very long time


[edit on 23-10-2008 by timelike]



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