Category Archives: Weather

Beam of shadow in the sky over Switzerland

What can “cast a shadow” into the blue sky? An anti-sunbeam? Zurich, Switzerland 5.15. 2017 Video below

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Silent “Sonic Boom” over Switzerland – Lautloser “Überschallknall” Schweiz

Thursday, April 13th, 9:42 (CEST) A yet unexplained strong pressure shock wave was felt over the town of Sempach, Canton of Lucerne in Switzerland. Residents reported an inaudible thud shook their houses and it made their ears ring. Similar to the … Continue reading

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Atmospheric lightning: ‘blue sprites’ over Brazil

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“Con-trail rings” from tandem planes over Lucerne, Switzerland

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Lucerne, Switzerland, March 13th 2017 Kondensstreifen- Ringe über Luzern, Schweiz , 13. März 2017 See video:

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Carbon dioxide not ‘primary contributor’ to global warming, EPA chief says

Published time: 10 Mar, 2017 01:29 Edited time: 10 Mar, 2017 11:16 watch video here Scott Pruitt, President Trump’s new administrator of the US Environmental Protection Agency, does not think carbon dioxide is the primary contributor to global warming, a belief … Continue reading

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SOTT Earth Changes Summary – February 2017: Extreme Weather, Planetary Upheaval, Meteor Fireballs

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Oroville Dam Update March 6th, 2017 Manipulation of rebar?

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How did these rebars snap off all at about the same length without bending? Were the bars two short without overlap to the next row? Or were these stumps of rebar inserted after the fact? Compare to images of demolition … Continue reading

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Update on Oroville Dam crisis

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As of Feb.13th, the water flow over the emergency spill way appears to have subsided to some extent, but the short activation of this earthen spillway has left a significant  amount of erosion close to the foot of the concrete … Continue reading

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