posted on Aug, 9 2012 @ 11:35 PM
reply to post by Xarian6
alright so let me get this straight, dont believe an expert because they 'might' possibly be in your opinion in someones back pocket, but believe
you because your a local and you used to build fences and so in your opinion, that makes you more qualified to make an assessment of the cloud
formations above you? sounds legit. if i knew building fences qualifies you for meteorology, i wouldnt have bothered studying environmental science at
university. how silly of me.
So i live in Newcastle about 160km north of Sydney, and i have lived here all my life, and im an environmental scientist (physical systems major) who
has studied basic climatology and cloud formation, so i would say its safe to say that i would know more about cloud formation than you do. Agreed?
I have not witnessed anything out of the ordinary with cloud or weather on the east coast in my area any time recently. i also live directly under a
flight path and have not seen any unusual contrails or anything of the like. So i dont see any factual basis for you saying the weather is strange or
anything out of the ordinary.
Also, someone posted about the weather being hot and cold and changing really quickly, well i have some solid information about that, its winter, and
its pretty cold, its great in the sun, but as soon as the sun dips behind the clouds its almost instantly a few degrees cooler without the sun on your
back. Its pretty basic really isn't it