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URGENT!!!! HUGE blusish flash x4 just NOW in sky~! comfirmed

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posted on Jan, 18 2012 @ 04:31 PM
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Originally posted by Komodo
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kinda like that .. but SUPER MAJOR bright bluish/greenish



Aurora?
corona-gw.phys.ualberta.ca...




posted on Jan, 18 2012 @ 04:35 PM
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I don't know why but i do know it is so, that more and more transformers are blowing, it could be related to the particle cloud we are heading into as some people have mentioned...it all started about a year back.


Exploding Transformer Mystery Causing Power Loss and Concern

www.unexplainable.net...



posted on Jan, 18 2012 @ 05:02 PM
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Originally posted by myeyeshavseen
I live in Northern New Jersey, and about a month ago, I was walking my dog at around 11pm, and saw a few blue flashes in the sky. It wasn't like a lightning strike, it was a flash that stayed lit up for about 5 seconds then got brighter and wider in the sky, then slowly diminished. It was a partly cloudy and no rain that day. I brushed it off as some rare lightning flash, but the entire night I kept thinking that is was Not normal.


Sometime last year my husband and I saw a bright flash then another and another they just kept going. We kept looking at the sky saw the light was coming from off to the SE of us so we hopped in the truck and like most people would took off to see what it was because it was just plain strange!

There were no clouds and no sound from thunder. We reached a clear spot on the road after four miles or so of driving, it was turning dusk, we pulled over. We could see HUGE flashes like major forked lightning striking from a clear sky on the near mountain about 30 minuets away, no sound...it was really really weird! Never seen anything like that before. We had not time to do more had to head back, not sure I would have been brave enough to go up there anyway.
The next day we heard there was forest fires in the mountains but much further away.



posted on Jan, 18 2012 @ 05:56 PM
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If the OP was woken up by these flashes, that could explain why the eyes were hurting from it. Being asleep and seeing a bright flash if your eyes aren't adjusted to it might make any type of bright light hurt and possibly might make it seem like it was brighter then it actually was. Just thinking outside the box.
But i have no idea what the OP saw. I'd be interested in reading an outcome of this.



posted on Jan, 18 2012 @ 06:00 PM
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Originally posted by FejkNick
Was it anything like this?




Those are quake lights. All quakes give those off just before the rumbling starts. Gotta love friction.



posted on Jan, 18 2012 @ 06:31 PM
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Well, I'm down to 3 candidates.

1. Personally, I still like my bolide/meteor idea.
2. Transformers blowing is also a possibility.
3. The OP may be confused. Perhaps, since he was 'slumbering' he may have dreamt it happened? The lights of the neighbouring fire station truck woke him out of his dream, letting him catch a hint of blue light light and starting him panicking something weird was going on.

Actually, I would almost side with number 3 now more than 1! But, as another poster said, they saw something similar... Although, they sided with number 2...

damnit!



posted on Jan, 18 2012 @ 06:35 PM
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Ok, I watched the video, read the post. I joined tonight to post a reply. I am a former Forward Observer from the Royal Canadian Horse Artillery and know what artillery sounds like. We had the exact same thing happen here in Selma Texas as what I saw in that video with the guy driving in the streets with the green flashes going off. We live close to Randolph AFB and one night this past summer my children and I saw these green flashes and heard what sounded like the "Krump" sound of an artillery shell impact just after each flash. The skies where clear as a bell and no transformers going off, ( I've seen those explode as well) the children were even scared. My neighbore is Airforce and was outside concerned as well. We drove that night looking but couldn't see any more after we got to a hill up the highway near Randolph. It was very freakie and cannot explain it but the closest I can say it was like would be large weapons. It was flashes coming from the ground, no transformers were out in the area, no lights out and nothing on the news.



posted on Jan, 18 2012 @ 06:37 PM
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Transformer blew. Almost bet ya.


Seconded.




posted on Jan, 18 2012 @ 08:08 PM
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Originally posted by crappiekat
reply to post by Komodo
 

Well I wouldn't call 911 either.


But most towns do have non-emergency numbers. If your so worried call your PD or FD. If you were to have a tree fall on your house, are you going to check in with ATS to find out what to do.


Good grief, has common sense just totally dissapeared!

I really mean no disrespect. But you really make yourself sound like a fool.
edit on 18-1-2012 by crappiekat because: (no reason given)
If you want people to take you seriously, at least get your story straight.
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edit on 18-1-2012 by crappiekat because: spelling


i have no idea what you talking about..

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posted on Jan, 18 2012 @ 08:08 PM
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Sounds like when a transformer blew in my neighborhood once



posted on Jan, 18 2012 @ 08:09 PM
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Originally posted by jerryznv
I am calling BS...the OP won't walk across the street and ask what might have happened?


Interesting that the Fire Department is right across the street...(blue flashing lights on a fire truck...) and the OP sees blue flashes...hmmm....yeppers...I am not buying this one!



dont' buy if you don't want to .. i know what i experienced.. !

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posted on Jan, 18 2012 @ 08:10 PM
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Originally posted by myeyeshavseen
I live in Northern New Jersey, and about a month ago, I was walking my dog at around 11pm, and saw a few blue flashes in the sky. It wasn't like a lightning strike, it was a flash that stayed lit up for about 5 seconds then got brighter and wider in the sky, then slowly diminished. It was a partly cloudy and no rain that day. I brushed it off as some rare lightning flash, but the entire night I kept thinking that is was Not normal.


sounds exactly what i expereinced..

2nd to be sure



posted on Jan, 18 2012 @ 08:13 PM
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Originally posted by outandopen
I have seen a transformer blow and it is a seering bright blue white light. But you would here a Popping sound too if that was what it was. Hope that helps.


see my update posted earlier..

thx ..



posted on Jan, 18 2012 @ 08:16 PM
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Originally posted by eeks4
The OP is probably really tired since this flash woke him..i wouldn't call hoax...not yet.all have power its snowing..i think correct me if im wrong but arent they suppose to get alot of snow..His transformer might of blown if he is the only one without power.....I guess...alot of snow and tree limbs or a squirrel running across the lines..that's what happens here...lol..if he doesnt have power i hope he can stay warm.....
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thx eeks, please read my update I posted last night, all i can say at this point is that the light was so bright it pierced our curtains we have in our bedroom, I'll do another update with pics of where our bed is in location of our window; if i can how to upload them, suffice it to say it wasn't a transformer..
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posted on Jan, 18 2012 @ 08:19 PM
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Originally posted by PlausibleDeniability
I'm in Portland,OR near where this guy is. Me and the GF were walking around outside at like 11pm enjoying the new snow and serene scene and we both saw a couple blue flashes that lit up the entire sky like daylight.

But it snowed ALOT last night so I assumed it was a transformer blowing up. I saw more flashes out the window later on and about 12-1am we lost power so yeah....

Probably transformers blowing...


thanks Pausible.. yea.. i did a 3 block walk around directly south of our house, all the streets and houses had lights/power as well as the street lamps were all one..



posted on Jan, 18 2012 @ 08:21 PM
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Originally posted by poisonidea
I'm in Montreal and witnessed a light show last night as well. I was just falling asleep after working all evening when awoken by a bright flash around 1 a.m. Becoming curious and alert my attention focused on the sky and saw an extremely bright white round flash above the lightly overcast sky. Within maybe a fifteen minute period there was two more. One blue, one green from slightly different points above the horizon and seemingly close. It was unusual and spectacular. I believed it to be an exceptional kind of lightning.
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thx Poisonidea..yes .. i'll take this as a confirmation of what i witnessed..

2nd to be sure..



posted on Jan, 18 2012 @ 08:39 PM
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Originally posted by Zulu22
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Ok, I watched the video, read the post. I joined tonight to post a reply.

I am a former Forward Observer from the Royal Canadian Horse Artillery and know what artillery sounds like. We had the exact same thing happen here in Selma Texas as what I saw in that video with the guy driving in the streets with the green flashes going off. We live close to Randolph AFB and one night this past summer my children and I saw these green flashes and heard what sounded like the "Krump" sound of an artillery shell impact just after each flash.

The skies where clear as a bell and no transformers going off, ( I've seen those explode as well) the children were even scared. My neighbore is Airforce and was outside concerned as well. We drove that night looking but couldn't see any more after we got to a hill up the highway near Randolph. It was very freakie and cannot explain it but the closest I can say it was like would be large weapons. It was flashes coming from the ground, no transformers were out in the area, no lights out and nothing on the news.


my deepest thx you Zulu22~!! and welcome to ATS~! since you disclosed your profession it seems we have similar career paths..

I was a crew chief (E6) in the National Guard for 6/9 years with a MOS in 13 Bravo Cannon Crewman and nearly went off to officers school before getting out..

As we know, just 1 illumination round WILL light up the ground like daylight, and with a full battery, even brighter; what i saw was as bright or brighter than a 'Illum' round, so much so it woke me out of a half/light sleep even with the curtains pulled..

*looks at Zulu22 seriously*.. after seeing what i considered an 'air-burst', my instinct was to get a location, and see what else came after, I was 'sorta' in fear for my family, thus the quick post..

not sure what is going on .. but my gut instinct isn't liking it at all ..



posted on Jan, 18 2012 @ 08:40 PM
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I have seen that before driving down the road with my best friend a long time ago. That time it flashed bright blue then red and for a split second we though it was all over. We never heard another thing about it and then a few years later I saw a pitcher of it in Popular science claiming it was Ice crystals hitting out atmosphere. Yeah, sure it was



posted on Jan, 18 2012 @ 08:41 PM
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Originally posted by Manhater
Hey, what time did this all happen around? Just curious. Time Warner had unexplainable disconnection of service around 6am, I think. I was too busy sleeping, I didn't see anything.


5am PST here

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posted on Jan, 18 2012 @ 08:58 PM
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I've seen something similar. I was driving down down the road when I saw this blue green light slowly creep across the sky getting bigger and bigger. It lasted for about 5 seconds and was not a flash of light. Never seen anything like it before.



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