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Strange rainbow in Latin America and Mexico

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posted on Apr, 6 2010 @ 02:58 AM
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STRANGE RAINBOW IN LATIN AMERICA AND MEXICO!
Here are 3 good vids about the Quake in Mexico! the first vid is "Haarp" IMO!




[edit on 6-4-2010 by DCDAVECLARKE]

Mod Edit: Removed all caps title

[edit on 6-4-2010 by Gemwolf]




posted on Apr, 6 2010 @ 03:06 AM
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Iridescent clouds are beautiful but they have nothing to do with HAARP or earthquakes. The one in that video ain't nothin'. Here's a real one:
apod.nasa.gov...



posted on Apr, 6 2010 @ 03:12 AM
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Earthquake lights perhaps?

The explanations arent satisfying, but its interesting to hear talk of a new paradigm required to explain them. Lol some have tried to explain them away as just hallucinations!
geology.about.com...

I doubt its haarp if they were reported as far back as 400b.c
www.earthquakelights.net...



posted on Apr, 6 2010 @ 03:17 AM
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That pic you linked to is great! Thanks, ive never seen iridescent clouds seems im missing out, but they do say it is relatively rare.



posted on Apr, 6 2010 @ 04:29 AM
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Maybe you should do a quick internet search before posting comment re youtube videos then you would see a lot no 99.9999% of the time youtube videos re strange events are BS nothing more.

Go to google search images for iredescent clouds see what happens. I did got this

Results 1 - 21 of about 119,000 for IRIDESCENT CLOUDS. (0.80 seconds)

Many thousands of pictures re this.



posted on Apr, 6 2010 @ 04:59 AM
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Iridescent clouds are a diffraction phenomenon. Small water droplets or even small ice crystals in clouds individually scatter light. Large ice crystals produce halos, which are refraction phenomena rather than iridescence. Iridescence should similarly be distinguished from the refraction in larger raindrops that gives a rainbow.


en.wikipedia.org...

IMO, not HAARP. I mean it is not hard to google rainbows in clouds and see what you get first before claiming nonsense.



posted on Apr, 6 2010 @ 06:33 AM
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Originally posted by Phage
Iridescent clouds are beautiful but they have nothing to do with HAARP or earthquakes. The one in that video ain't nothin'. Here's a real one:
apod.nasa.gov...


Please listen to Phage people as normal he's bang on the money.



posted on Apr, 6 2010 @ 06:56 AM
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Iridescent clouds are beautiful but they have nothing to do with HAARP or earthquakes.


Are you 100% sure that EQ lights "have nothing to do with HAARP or quakes"???

According to Mike Kosch, chair of Experimental Space Science at Lancaster University, UK, glow EQ lights have everything to do with HAARP and quakes.



HAARP has spent nearly two decades using radio waves to probe Earth's magnetic field and ionosphere. One of the most obvious results of the experiments is that they can create lights in the sky that are similar to auroras, the glowing curtains of light that naturally appear in the polar skies when electrons and other charged particles pour down from Earth's protective magnetosphere into the upper atmosphere.
There, at an altitude of about 250 kilometres, the charged particles collide with molecules of oxygen and nitrogen and make them emit light, similar to the process inside a fluorescent light bulb. HAARP's high-frequency radio waves can accelerate electrons in the atmosphere, increasing the energy of their collisions and creating a glow.
The technique has previously triggered speckles of light while running at a power of almost 1 megawatt1. But since the facility ramped up to 3.6 megawatts - roughly three times more than a typical broadcast radio transmitter - it has created full-scale artificial auroras that are visible to the naked eye.


Overview of Todd Pedersen, research physicist at the US Air Force Research Laboratory in Massachusetts:



The team modelled how the energy sent skywards from the HAARP antenna array would trigger these odd shapes. They determined that the areas of the bullseye with strange light patterns were in regions of denser, partially ionized gas in the atmosphere, as measured by ground-based high-frequency radar used to track the ionosphere. The scientists believe that these dense patches of plasma could be gas that was ionized by the HAARP emissions. "This is the really exciting part - we've made a little artificial piece of ionosphere,"


Well, it's a common sense among many respected scientists, that HAARP is firing massive EM pulses onto ionosphere. In short: This very excited ionosphere interacts aggressively with lithosphere, where the EM Earth's field passes thru, triggering earthquakes. The glow light could be two reasons: HAARP itself, as stated by Kosch and Pedersen, or the own frenetic friction among the rock layers of the lithosphere.

Think again buddy!


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posted on Apr, 6 2010 @ 07:32 AM
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Iridescent clouds are beautiful but they have nothing to do with HAARP or earthquakes

I'm going to have to disagree with Phage on this one.

pinewooddesign.co.uk...
www.earthquakesignals.com...

Sorry, there is no proof that this phenomenon isn't real.



posted on Apr, 6 2010 @ 07:44 AM
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Originally posted by ucalien
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Iridescent clouds are beautiful but they have nothing to do with HAARP or earthquakes.


Are you 100% sure that EQ lights "have nothing to do with HAARP or quakes"???



I dont think he ever mentioned EQ lights. Iridescent clouds and EQ lights are different phenomena.

I think EQ lights are associated with quakes and hence their name, possibly even haarp as the acronym would suggest.




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