reply to post by aboriginee
I`ve done some research about lightnings without thunder, because this hangs together with all the changes happening, I think, also with strange radio
Here`s much information about lightnings and thunder, especially under the rubric of questions at the right side of the page:
NOAA says, there is no lightning without hearing thunder, but for the lightnings are too far away. But if one can see them, they can`t be that far
away. Or do they happen far above?
We can hear thunder until a distance of about 20 kilometers.
. Thunder is seldom heard at distances over 20 kilometers (12 mi). A very bright flash of lightning and an almost simultaneous sharp "crack"
of thunder, a thundercrack, therefore indicates that the lightning strike was very near.
Is it possible, that it is something with noctilucent clouds?
NASA writes within this article:
Meteor smoke explains much about NLCs, but a key mystery remains: Why are the clouds brightening and spreading?
They say in this linked article, it`s about methan, there`s more methan coming up because of global warming.
One of the greenhouse gases that has become more abundant in Earth's atmosphere since the 19th century is methane. It comes from landfills,
natural gas and petroleum systems, agricultural activities, and coal mining.
It turns out that methane boosts NLCs.
By the way, they only list up man made methan causes namely, not the methan that growingly escapes from the oceans and the arctic, that`s only called
"natural gas", which makes me a bit suspicious.
I would prefer following explanation, which includes the theory of the electric universe. I`m no scientist, but it seams plausible, that, when there
are breaches within our magnetosphere, that more plasma and matter from the sun can reach our atmosphere.
And the thermosphere is shrinking:
From this article in Wikipedia about the thermosphere:
Radiation causes the atmosphere particles in this layer to become electrically charged (see ionosphere),
Because of the shrinking of the thermosphere more electrically charging radiation can reach the mesosphere, which comes next under the
Therein the noctilucent clouds are growing, water is a good conductor.
Could it be possible, that electrical discharge can take place between that layer and the stratosphere, which comes next and is between 10 and 50
kilometers above earth, especially at their boundary about 50 kilometers away above us?
The stratosphere is situated between about 10 km (6 mi) and 50 km (30 mi) altitude above the surface at moderate latitudes, while at the poles it
starts at about 8 km (5 mi) altitude.
What I remember from that night, when I saw the lightnings without thunder above our village is, that the lightnings were relative small.
That would match.
And changes in the outer layers of planets (caused by plasma) can change radiowaves, because electricity grows and the distribution of matter can
change, sometimes there even can be heared loud noises, cause this new distribution can function as an antenna, especially when there is more
There have also new radio signals been discovered coming from Jupiter:
Now I could talk so much about Jupiter`s moon Ion and it`s volcanism, about the growing volcanism on Venus and that this could be the reason, why we
see it bigger and brighter, about the last IBEX NASA press conference, the ribbon they talked so much about 2 or 3 years ago, and that then there was
absolute silence about it.
First they said, oh, it will take 100 years to reach us. Then they told us that it had changed dramatically, nothing about when it would reach us.
And in their last press conference they claimed, that they could measure the velocity of particles from the G cloud flying into Ibex.
But we are still far away from the G-cloud. What I think they measure is the ribbon, which originates from interaction of the cloud we are in and the
It all hangs together, fact is, there is change going on in our solar system, which affects us on earth, the results are manifold.