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Originally posted by constant_thought
Back ontopic, it's an interesting find. Would a storm have those characteristics on radar?
Originally posted by Wifibrains
It's a geometric pattern made up of Fibonacci spirals.
What's causing it I don't know, magnetic anomaly, or could be signals from one of the satellite weather communication towers
There are a lot of interesting anomalies that you may see on displays that show NEXRAD (or any kind of) weather radar data. Some are caused by software, some are caused by the radar misinterpreting what it sees. None are worth some of the conspiracy theories that non-scientists have come up with.
Originally posted by newcovenant
reply to post by WhoFeelsitKnowsit
I had a t shirt that says what your name is. My fav shirt with these reggae guys on it. I looked at the gif and I really don't see anything but the spiral which is clearly fake.
If you are in an area where they beam this energy down you can register it with geiger counters.