reply to post by severdsoul
That is an awesome chart you put together. Even though I do not understand the exact specifics, it is quite simple to differentiate one even from
another using this chart.
Personally, I do not think it is anything with any sort of super secret nuke testing. I really only mentioned it as a possibility because nothing has
been ruled out. Also mentioned because the descriptions of the nuke test and the graphic read-out of our event was very similar.
I had the feeling it may be encircling a certain region. What's more is the fact I mentioned earlier, about the strange cloud patterns.
Looking at the clouds today, there was a very intense and gnarly looking black cloud front moving slowly through the area @ around 3p EST. It was very
easy to notice because the cloud front was soominous and intimidating. It really, really did look like the sort of front seen associated with tornadic
I really wish I could better describe the front, to show just how imposing the system was. When I got to the top of 'Ford Hill' the height opened
the view of the entire area. It provided a 360degree point of view.
Immediately after aquiring the view of distant horizon in all directions, it becaem undeniably obvious that the front formed a complete circle around
Seymour and the outer edges of the region. The veiwable region stretches from downtown Knoxville, (you can see the SunSphere on a peak just a mile or
so down the road and only 100-200' higher elevation.
It reminded me of being in Neyland Stadium, where, at field level, you can only see the stadium seating on all sides and the sky above the stadium. It
appears like you are on a cookie jar and someone removes the lid exposing the sky directly above.
The whole region was surrounded by this front, with the central area uncovered (only somewhat transparent, white clouds located in the sky above the
I should mention this, it may help identify the weather front or reveal other potential clues:
Looking at the sky where it meets land to form the horizon, immediately above the horizon was a thin band of blue skies. The band was probably no more
than 750'-1,000' tall. Above the band of clear skies is where the really intimidating, dark storm clouds began. It looked almost like someone
outlined the horizon with a thick blue marker, to separate the horizon from the darl clouds.
My aplogies for being unable to explain it better. Hopefully I gave enough detail for you to understand what I am trying to describe.