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Originally posted by Abductee001
Originally posted by Stormwind
reply to post by Abductee001
Their gains are not set right. Thats it, simple as that.
So... it's a glitch then? can you explain...for the layman?
Was the reply i got from Meteox a fob-off?
That's an interesting thread. Need to have a better look at the links inside! tks!
Originally posted by thePharaoh
Originally posted by wcitizen
Haarp over Munich, 17 March 2011
Haarp over Holland. 19 March 2011
i cant see the munich one but the holland one is evident.
does this mean they are gonna flood southern england....its apparently been on the cards
These circular cloud formations on weather radar images are in fact caused by freak weather conditions disrupting radar antennae
The radar only has a certain range out to which it can go -- that's the outer border of the doughnut. And the inner border of the doughnut
I am pleased to see the Daily Mail covering this phenomenon but Im sorry to see they didnt trouble to delve beyond an explanation of a UFO expert at MUFON. The 'Doughnut' you show over south west Australia came from my year long research into similar radar effects now being seen around the world. I got to tell you that not even the Australian Governments Bureau of Meteorology (BoM) agree with the explantion your UFO expert offers, i.e. Melting Snow. They are still themselves baffled by these - sound technical explantions can be given for some radar effects but not these. I mean, think about it, south west Australia "Melting Snow" - I dont think so. Try telling that to Aussies in that part of the dry, hot part of the continent
Large ring over France, Belgium and Germany. Freezing temperatures. 02/02/2012