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Originally posted by tinaballerina
Okay I found the cloud hole punch photos that were on the local OKC news
and if you click on Rick's Pix and scroll to 30,31,32 out of 300 pics you will see them. Does not say date when uploaded so it may have been taken a different day then the worm hole incident. Besides, the cloud punch is a daytime sighting/pics where the worm hole thing was at night...
Originally posted by thedeadtruth
Maybe wormholes are real, and have been known about for some time.
I would not be surprised if shows like Star Trek NG were made especially to desensitize/educate us to a point were these things will not completely be foreign to us.
I mean everyone must admit Science Fiction does a great job in making us more open to these ideas.
Originally posted by TruthxIsxInxThexMist
Originally posted by amari
reply to post by genius/idoit
I can remember seeing a video of a UFO coming out of the vortex of a tornado
in Oklahoma back in the 1990s. I have not been able to find this video. Does
anyone remember seeing this incredible video that was shown on the
Weather or News Channel in Okla. ^Y^
That was not a UFO.... it was a helicopter taking sightseers over the volcano!!
Originally posted by Maybe...maybe not
Originally posted by djohn554
Not sure about the UFO, but about a week ago, one of the local weathermen here (in OK) showed some pics people were sending in of a large circular hole in the clouds. His explanation was something about a plane flying up through the clouds and a certain weather condition caused the clouds to not reform after the plane went through
I cannot remember the explanation, but he didn't act like it was terribly unusual.
I wonder if this is what was seen and interepreted as a worm hole.
Here's a picture of a hole punch cloud.
It's not quite a night time shot, but it's the closest I could find to that.