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A new study has found that clouds "communicate" with each other, much like chirping crickets or flashing fireflies on a summer night. The surprising findings, published online in the journal Nature, may have significant implications for our understanding of the Earth's climate.
So the next time you find yourself laying on your back picking out shapes among the clouds, mull on this one: Are they talking among themselves about you?
Originally posted by RainCloud
...He was looking at the sun though a telescope and noticed convection patterns...
Next thing is the sun is trying to communicate with us every 12 years. Well its still a pattern right ?
Originally posted by Gorman91
reply to post by TLomon
IE, Chemical communication. In the same way that soap bubbles or anything en mass does. in the same way that galaxies communicate.
This is a misleading article. It basically means that chemical reactions are occurring. Which is a big fat no duh.