Anyone else see this Fog?

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posted on Dec, 10 2012 @ 06:29 PM
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Thank you very much. Just wish it belonged to me lol

I live in Chesapeake beach so fog is not abnormal but the temp this time of year is. We have had warm days in December before but it's not an annual thing.

This winter seems to be like the last but a bit warmer. It's nice and all but I am hoping that we at least get 2 weeks with snow so I can take my little girl sledding. If not, then I guess swimming is the next best thing lol




posted on Dec, 10 2012 @ 06:30 PM
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So I don't know if that helps you or not...I found it interesting that there is also a thread regarding
the subject.

Cheers
Ektar


Thank you for your input, friend.

The reason why we posted such a thread was to relinquish the thoughts/theories of this so called 'fog' from the fellow members of the forum. It was a success in that I got the feedback I was looking for, however stil awaiting for someone to give a theory that correlates with ours.



posted on Dec, 10 2012 @ 06:31 PM
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Originally posted by dymiox
New York here. Intense fog past few days. Never seen fog like this back to back. Maybe once in a blue moon but never every night.


Ahh, so you know what I am 'talking about'. Fog is not something that is very 'common' around here, especially this thick thick fog that has been engulfing the environment in the coming days to the Winter Solstice.



posted on Dec, 10 2012 @ 06:33 PM
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Really?




1. When is fog "fog" or can you differentiate between haze, mist and fog? a) A dry haze gives the atmosphere a bluish or yellowish appearance. It is made of very fine dust or salt particles which somewhat reduce visibility. A damp haze is made of tiny water droplets creating a veil thinner than fog. b) Mist is also made up of very small water droplets which create a gray veil over the landscape or the sea. Relative humidity for mist is often less than 95% and it is an intermediary step between haze and fog. c) Fog is a visible accumulation of the tiny droplets created by condensation which reduces visibility to less than 1/2 nautical mile (1km). 2. What is the name of the most common type of fog along the New England coast in summer? Advection fog 3. How does this fog come about? It is created by warm water moist air moving over cold water. As the air

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posted on Dec, 10 2012 @ 06:35 PM
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Another thing I forgot to mention: the sky hasn't been blue since this fog rolled in. It's been grey as if it is going to snow or something but it hasn't snowed or even been cold enough to for that matter.



posted on Dec, 10 2012 @ 06:36 PM
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Anybody old enough to remember the movie, "The Fog" ?
That was a pretty good scary movie when I was a kid.

Sounds like everybody is in a fog. lol Get it? In a fog.

We have had very thick fog for the past 4 days here on the South East Georgia coast.

It is not a precuser for the big SHTF moment.

It is normal for this area at this time of year.

Shalom



posted on Dec, 10 2012 @ 06:38 PM
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I mean fog is nothing crazy here. I live in the mountains... Im just saying it has been reddish and eerie and a little out of the ordinary.



posted on Dec, 10 2012 @ 06:52 PM
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Originally posted by JDmOKI
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I mean fog is nothing crazy here. I live in the mountains... Im just saying it has been reddish and eerie and a little out of the ordinary.


Speaking in terms of what 'you' would call elevation.. Something, or.. let's call it.. 'force' is being pressed towards/upon. As this 'force' presses further and further upon this planet, it's.. 'reflection' would be presented to us. Would you be opposed to the idea that this 'reddish' tint could be this "force's" 'reflection'?

Also, would you be opposed to the thought that the only reason 'you' could see this tint is because your current location is at a 'higher elevation', which would be closer to this force in a 4th dimensional aspect.



posted on Dec, 10 2012 @ 06:58 PM
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No, because I don't see it again tonight and we have had clouds and rain all day. I can say though that I saw a blue orb shoot across the sky a month or so ago. Only ufo I have ever seen. I would describe it as an energy rather than a craft.

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posted on Dec, 10 2012 @ 09:08 PM
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Originally posted by Destinyone

Originally posted by JDmOKI
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I live in the Appalachian mountains and I've noticed a reddish kinda fog at night. Its kinda eerie and i've noticed it the past couple nights. Its also really warm here. I wore shorts and T-shirt yesterday and I'm 3000 ft up....no idea


Dense fog with on and off drizzle up here for 3 days now. It's pretty normal weather for my high elevation....I'm right on the Ga, Tn, NC border.....

Des

Well I am almost your neighbor- from a global standpoint, LoL... about as close to you as a person living in SC can be. We've had foggy, rainy weather for days. Did I teleport to London?


And, walking my dogs down the street the other day, our new neighbors were donning T-Shirts & shorts, justa hanging their Christmas lights. We've had warm spells in December before, but this is just so different from any December I've ever experienced. We have had maybe two days where I needed to wear my winter coat. Well, one of those was a cold snap in October.



posted on Dec, 10 2012 @ 09:54 PM
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Howdy Neighbor...


Just checked both digital temps here. One for front deck 47.8 degrees. Screened in back porch 51degrees.

Very warm temps for this time of year. No snow as of yet, and that is unusual. We did have a light flurry some time back, only lasted for about an hour. It came down with one of the severe cold fronts. If this keeps up, I'll start to worry about things starting to bud before Spring....lose more plants when they get confused about what time of the year it is.

On the other hand...goats are happy in this weather....not hot and not too cold. Now that you mention it, I'm laying less straw for them than usual, for this time of year.

Des



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posted on Dec, 10 2012 @ 09:57 PM
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There has always been a lot of fog in England. So now your finally living up to your namesake



posted on Dec, 10 2012 @ 10:06 PM
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There has been a thick fog day and night for several days here in Pennsylvania.

I don't think it is all that unusual. We do get fogs that last several days once in a while. It is interesting, however, that there is a fog at this same time in so many parts of the country.



posted on Dec, 10 2012 @ 10:07 PM
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Eastern Washington checking in here..

was so foggy today and 39 degrees...



posted on Dec, 10 2012 @ 10:10 PM
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Sounds like WA state everyday from the end of Summer to the beginning of Summer.


Be careful on the roads in that stuff, people tend to drive like crap in it.



posted on Dec, 10 2012 @ 10:15 PM
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thick fog right now in mississippi location jackson county. time 10.13pm its foggy and verry thick. been having strange quick on set thunder storms it lasted 15 minutes rained so hard i thought twister was comming down.then poof gone that happen yesterday after that fog came in its getting foggier. strange i must admit thanks for posting this.



posted on Dec, 10 2012 @ 10:33 PM
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A native friend of mine's grandfather used to tell him about a mystic fog that would roll in and signal the end of the age. He said it would make people crazy and there would be wide spread chaos as a result. According to him, only those with a kind and good heart would be unaffected.

This is probably totally unrelated but I thought I should pass this along.



posted on Dec, 10 2012 @ 11:02 PM
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Thick, rolling fog always reminds me of a short story I read years ago in which the fog was a meeting, or sort of interaction, between alternate dimensions, universes, or realities. If one ventured into it, there was no assurance where s/he might end up. Have forgotten the title and author, but would really like to find that story again.

To remain on topic, we had quite a bit of fog early yesterday in the far South Suburbs of Chicago, a bit less today.



posted on Dec, 10 2012 @ 11:28 PM
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I found more info about the mystic fog.

Taken from the web page www.angelfire.com...


The Hopi Elders:

"The time will come when from the earth will arise a mystic fog which will dilute the minds and hearts of people. Their guidelines of wisdom and knowledge will falter, the Great Laws of our Creator will dissolve in the minds of people. Children will be out of control and will no longer obey the leaders, immorality and the competitive war of greed will flourish.

When the end is near, we will see a halo of mist around the heavenly bodies. Four times it will appear around the sun as a warning that we must reform, telling us that people of all color must unite and arise for survival, and that we must uncover the causes of our dilemmas.


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posted on Dec, 10 2012 @ 11:52 PM
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last week I was reading the thread about the power poles in Texas on fire. in the report they somehow related the fires to a fog which had blanketed the state. when I read that i thought to myself...

...an odd coincidence that we had a thick fog that same morning. not common for Utah valley.

in that same Texas thread there were sightings of green flashes in the sky. just last night, stepping out for air, the entire sky above salt lake city was filled with green flashes.

...an odd coincidence?





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