posted on Apr, 16 2010 @ 03:10 PM
Quite interested in this as I found the initial advice that the plume would be invisible to ground observation rather suspicious and started to think
that in light of other recent events and contexts (especially round potential terror or WMD risks and M.E/China/Russia/USA/Euro frictions) that this
may be a controlled emptying of skies to attempt to prevent or prepare for something...
I mean, alter the meteorological satellite data feeds and who's going to query it? (Is that possible, I suspect it is if you own a super computer
and launched the satellites in the first place)? Would be a possible way to prevent panic/admit intelligence?
Anyway, today, in UK (Mids) I observed what I think was a brownish tinged haze, quite thick and noticeable when looking North East and East, at
various times, especially dawn and late afternooon. It appeared thicker looking towards the horizon, and above it appearing to reach up to normal
aviation altitudes, then thinned as you looked on towards the vertical, which were normal blue skies with very little cloud. In my opinion this was
not a normal haze, it had an unusual tone/colour/density; I've seen normal city pollution hazes, and the kind you see when pollen is high plenty of
times, this seemed darker, thicker.
Also, my wife exhibited unusual signs of sneezing/runny nose, which matches the warnings for ash agitation.
So probably not a false story?