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Originally posted by AlreadyGone
reply to post by snowspirit
That's the point I was making. It takes a couple of months for the dust to clear and settle out of the atmosphere. Thus, if farming ended about October... move ahead a few months and by Feburary and March, the sky looks brighter at night.
But that's not nearly as exciting as say Polar Shift or Aliens or Chemtrail GeoEngineering... so that being said..
The brighter sky is the result of a secret government plot run by the Nazis about to return to earth and they need the clearer nights for better navigation. The entire operation is laid out in an upcoming movie that is really not fictional... and they will be fought by the aliens under the Denver International Airport and try to overthrow the Nazi takeover in the secret US government run by the reptilian clone of Obama.
There... is that what you wanted to hear?
Originally posted by Skywatcher2011
Originally posted by wrdwzrd
reply to post by SarnholeOntarable
wow! I just read that somewhere, that possibly as we get closer to the galactic alignmentand closer to the middle of the galaxy that the night sky is getting brighter!
keep your eyes peeled, Id love to know if anyone else notices this...
Buddy...you are going nuts!!!!
Settle down, and read my previous post...maybe that will calm your nerves a bit
Btw, it is still winter season so of course our atmosphere here is much colder than during summer months. But if we see this activity occur again in summer, we may want to revisit your post againedit on 2-3-2012 by Skywatcher2011 because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by jaydensbreezy
I noticed tonight how bright some of the stars were as well. My son and I were on the porch looking at the sky and the strangest thing happened. He said mom do you see the star moving and he showed me and I couldn't believe it. it was not moving fast or like an airplane. It would move from side to side stop then go down a little then come back up then stop again and do circles.
My son and I noticed this with about 3 stars tonight. I couldn't believe my eyes..my son was so fascinated but hey so I was I. It was amazing. One of the stars was by the big dipper. I don't know if it is still doing it but you should try it and see because if it is you will be amazed..
It doesn't do it constantly so look at it for about 1 to 2 minutes before you give up and let me know if you saw it
I walked out of my house at around 7-7:30, its dark and there is a gigantic white cloud up in the sky, super bright! It was one of the weirdest things I've ever seen.
Originally posted by Skywatcher2011
Originally posted by wrdwzrd
I feel a little odd making this post, its not normally the kind of thing I would make a post about. I live in Vancouver, BC and have noticed that the night sky is really bright tonight. I walked out of my house at around 7-7:30, its dark and there is a gigantic white cloud up in the sky, super bright! It was one of the weirdest things I've ever seen.
I just stared at it and wondered why nobody else noticed? I thought maybe something is lighting up the clouds? But what?
It also seems like whenever I look up into the sky lately, even if its a beautiful blue afternoon sky, there's the moon just glowing super white! It's always glowing in the sky regardless of the time of day....
Has anyone else noticed these things? I guess it's possible that in my 30something years of life I never noticed these were normal events until now but somehow I don't think so.....it might be nothing, just seems weird....
Tonight, without searching for it, I came across this article -
Such a strange synchronicity!
edit on 2-3-2012 by wrdwzrd because: (no reason given)
I live in the Fraser Valley. My experience on the brightness outside is comprised of some ideas:
1) Brightness caused by changing seasons (winter to spring...hence longer days and brighter nights)
2) City lights emit light into the sky making it appear brighter
3) Low lying pollution in the sky which city lights reflect off of making the sky appear brighter
Now, from time to time out here the skies are very dark and crystal clear stars are seen. But as soon as I make a trip to let's say Surrey or Langley, the skies do not appear as dark (hence city lights)
To see a bright white cloud in the night sky is something unusual but it could be due to the gases which are in it too. Not all clouds are specifically composed of hydrogen and oxygen. Some have chemicals in them too, like sulphur.
FYI, I just found this article...maybe it would be of help...and it does make sense:
Night-Shining Clouds are Getting Brighter
For reasons no one fully understands, the brightness wiggles up and down in step with solar activity, with fewer clouds forming when the Sun is most active. The biggest variability is in the far north. Underlying the changes caused by the Sun, however, is a trend toward brighter clouds. The upward trend in brightness, says DeLand, reveals subtle changes in the atmosphere that may be linked to greenhouse gases.
Polar mesospheric clouds are extremely sensitive to changes in atmospheric water vapor and temperature. The clouds form only when temperatures drop below -130 degrees Celsius (-200 Fahrenheit), when the scant amount of water high in the atmosphere freezes into ice clouds. This happens most often in far northern and southern latitudes (above 50 degrees) in the summer when, counter-intuitively, the mesosphere is coldest.
Changes in temperature or humidity in the mesosphere make the clouds brighter and more frequent. Colder temperatures allow more water to freeze, while an increase in water vapor allows more ice clouds to form. Increased water vapor also leads to the formation of larger ice particles that reflect more light.
The fact that polar mesospheric clouds are getting brighter suggests that the mesosphere is getting colder and more humid, says DeLand. Increasing greenhouse gases in the atmosphere could account for both phenomena. In the mesosphere, carbon dioxide radiates heat into space, causing cooling. More methane, on the other hand, puts more water vapor into the atmosphere because sunlight breaks methane into water molecules at high altitudes.
So, to sum up then, it would seem to me that changes in temperature or humidity in the mesosphere make the clouds brighter and more frequent. Colder temperatures allow more water to freeze, while an increase in water vapor allows more ice clouds to form. Increased water vapor also leads to the formation of larger ice particles that reflect more light.
Just a thought. Nice to meet you fellow British Columbian!edit on 2-3-2012 by Skywatcher2011 because: added note
Originally posted by TruthxIsxInxThexMist
reply to post by AwakeinNM
Well i can tell you that last week Venus looked to be closer to Earth.... it was huge in the night sky and looked like a gigantic lamp!!!