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Originally posted by MrsBlonde
hah I did notice the birds hauling a$$ !
I used to Live in Phoenix Az not only is it the kidnapping capital of the US but the lightening capital also
Originally posted by Electric_Arc
reply to post by ShadowArcher
NOW I know how it feels when you have experienced something for sure and people rush yelling "FAKE!". And it feels funny as people are also gathering "evidences" why it's fake when it is not Imagination seems to work in both ways....
[edit on 10-8-2010 by Electric_Arc]
Originally posted by aspx
hmm i really think this footage is made in blender or Cinema 4D or Maya, the reason is the birds just give it away little by flying directly towards the camera, and the camera is filmed with like a bubble view. i could be wrong but i really believe its made in Cinema 4D that software and Maya together is really amazing that could produce something like this
reminds me of end of days
Originally posted by 1947flxible
This is an impressive storm, the speed is unreal, looks very similer to storms we see up here in the midwest all the time, inregards to the speed of the storm and the formation itself, nothing unusual, but very interesting video. Ive also seen some posts how its unusual that there was a camera man standing right there for it, and some other unrealistic things. Its a thunderstorm, a hot and humid day, to have a severe storm form in mere minutes is not unusual at all givin the circumstances, i see it all the time, this is every week in a MN summer. Great Video though.
It's a little meteorological secret. Weather comes from under ground.
Originally posted by crazydaisy
Wow, great capture! The cloud bank appeared to be coming up out of the earth instead of down from the sky. Did anyone hear about the outcome of this storm, how bad was it?
Originally posted by j2000
Big Deal................I guess you have never been to the plains when a storm is coming in.
Originally posted by Oozii
Just found the video on Youtube