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Originally posted by jaguarsky
reply to post by GypsK
This is a video of a flood swollen river with a heavy fog/mist obscuring the river banks. Nothing more. I think the confusion is in the translation. The word mirage is used instead of, well perhaps optical illusion would have been a better discription.
Although the Fata Morgana is a real enough event this isn't one of them.
Originally posted by 3xil3
this would be world wide news and its not.
And the "interview" with lady just from her hand gesture looks like she is talking about the rise in water
Thousands of tourists rush to take a view at a mirage taking place off east China coast in Penglai, on the tip of Shandong Province on May 7, 2006. Modern high-rise buildings, broad city streets and bustling cars as well as crowds of people were all clearly visible. Experts explained that a mirage is formed when moisture in the air becomes warmer than the temperature of sea water, which refracts rays of sunlight to create reflections of the landscape in the sky. [Xinhua]