posted on Jun, 29 2011 @ 12:23 AM
Blown transformers, wind crossed wires, almost all things high voltage-electrical will blow with a greenish bluish glow. Copper will burn green,
while aluminum will burn bluish-white. My dad is a 36 year journeyman lineman. If you were in western texas, my area, I would explain away the
reddish glow to dust storm, or static discharge, but in your area, which I believe to have much more vegetation, it would be harder to explain.
Have you noticed more plane/jet traffic in the night sky lately? I have seen a lot of low-flying craft lately that I've never seen before. One of
which was red/orange in color, very small with no strobes. It would have been impossible to see were it not lit up by the two escort planes.
It might not be related, or mere coincidence, but after it passed over the processing plant that I manage, our electronic sorters went berzerk.
Just keep your eyes on the skys. Not for the little green dudes, its our stuff, or it would be engaged instead of escorted.