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Originally posted by Caveat Lector
I have a good sample from Sydney in a dilli bag. I had left a clean elongated bucket outside to collect some "soft" water for my aquarium.
Add: Soil in the centre of Australia where this red soil came from already contains uranium btw
[edit on 23-9-2009 by Caveat Lector]
In the past we were quite used to the fact that Baghdad would witness maximum 2 nos. sand storm a year and after the war of Kuwait its frequency increased up to 4-5 times, but nothing like this red-orange stuff.
He said that for quite sometimes now, the skies are filled with small red dust that penetrates the leaf pores and kill the planting orchards that have remained in our country- like the cypress and eucalyptus trees. This dust will hinder these trees and other vegetations to metabolize as the leaves become covered with a layer of sticky red dust.
Originally posted by Takka
Found this little clip of a dust storm near Broken Hill back in 07
I know its not the resent one but I thought it was worth sharing , its amazing , looks like a mountain
Originally posted by Trekker4x4
I just joined ATS to share this. I downloaded a 'endtimes FAQ' sort of .pdf document many many months ago, sharing safe locations in the event of a pole shift/any other cataclysmic event. The aforementioned document shares this:
Red Dust and Hail
The dusting with red dust should be considered a warning to take cover, under metal or sod roof structures, out of the wind. The shift cannot be more than a few hours away. The dusting with red dust occurs less than 24 hours, and most likely less than 12 hours. This depends upon a number of factors, including how well the dust drops through the atmosphere to be deposited on land where the very first evidence will be closely watched for and thus observed. In one location, the first sign of dust may be 18 hours ahead of the shift, and all run in panic to shelters. In another location, dust may not be noticed until heavy, perhaps 6 hours ahead of the shift, a good time to head for the shelters in any case. The tail sweep will then proceed from red dust to hail stones just ahead of the shift. A normal roof would protect from the hail stones, which will be like the hail experienced during violent windstorms, where hail of ice falls and ruins crop.
What do you guys think?
[edit on 23-9-2009 by Trekker4x4]
reply to post by MinMin
I remember some big ones that have been posted on this thread ,,and again at about half way through this thread i had to smile to see a few Aussies about ATS.
(the septic stuff gets a bit tiresome after a while ay,,"Wink")