posted on Aug, 24 2009 @ 02:33 PM
After being on ATS for a few months now, I have browsed through several of the chem trail threads and have to admit that I have become more aware of
planes flying over head. While I may not completely subscribe to the notion that planes are being used to spread chemicals (I am still reviewing the
information so please don't flame me), this article was very interesting.
Some of the posters on ATS are pilots. Any ideas on what these rolling clouds are?
(visit the link for the full news article)
Here is a definition from the wiki (still looking for a better source):
Through research, one of the main causes of most Morning Glory occurrences are due to the mesoscale circulations associated with sea breezes that
develop over the peninsula and the gulf. On the large scale, Morning Glories are usually associated with frontal systems crossing central Australia
and high pressure in northern Australia. Locals have noted that the Morning Glory is likely to occur when the humidity in the area is high, which
provides moisture for the cloud to form, and when strong sea breezes have blown the preceding day.
Looks like this happens in other places but its even rarer.
Similar phenomena also occur over the Central United States, the English Channel, over Berlin, Germany, Eastern Russia, as well as other maritime
regions of Australia, but only the ones over Burketown are predictable at a certain time of year.
Could it be linked to Gravity Waves?
Edit to include additional info and pictures
[edit on 24-8-2009 by Roadblockx]