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Australia: Bureau of Meteorology images show mysterious patterns on radar system

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posted on Apr, 3 2010 @ 04:33 AM

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They are the digital-age equivalent of crop circles - mysterious patterns appearing on the Bureau of Meteorology's national radar system without any explanation.

And the random images described as red stars, rings of fire and white doughnuts are sending online conspiracy websites into meltdown.

The anomalies first began on January 15 when an "iced doughnut" appeared over Kalgoorlie in WA.

Interference or something else?

Satellite imagery showed there was no cloud over the area at the time to explain the unusual phenomenon but farmers' online comments claimed it was "unusually hot" all day.

It was followed by a bizarre red star over Broome on January 22 and a sinister spiral burst over Melbourne described by amateur radar buffs as the Ring Of Fire Fault.

The Bureau, which did not respond to repeated requests for comment, has acknowledged the anomalies on its popular website.

It has since posted a disclaimer above the national loop feed putting the images down to "occasional interference to the radar data".

"The Bureau is currently investigating ways to reduce these interferences," the disclaimer said.

I have seen a little information about this posted before and this was a new article so I thought I would share it with all of you. I really have no idea what to make out of this and maybe there are a couple people here that know more about radar systems than me and they can make a more educated guess.

Until then looks like alien activity or HAARP.

Any thoughts?


[edit on 3-4-2010 by predator0187]

posted on Apr, 3 2010 @ 04:37 AM

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