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Hrozivá umělá mračna

9. února 2010 v 21:58 | Orgonet, www.telegraph.co.uk |  Chemtrails a Haarp

Hrozivá mračna


Na tomto odkaze najdete malou galerii hrozivých, jak jinak než uměle vytvořených mraků, jako je tenhle nad Sydney.(Vysvětlení jejich původu nevěřím ani trochu :-))) )

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/earth/earthpicturegalleries/6582538/Lenticular-UFO-clouds-and-other-spectacular-cloud-








Lenticular UFO clouds and other spectacular cloud formations

Sometimes likened to UFOs, lenticular clouds are usually created by gravity waves. Bright colorus (or Irisation) are sometimes seen along the edge of lenticular clouds.
Sometimes likened to UFOs, lenticular clouds are usually created by gravity waves. Bright colours (or irisation) are sometimes seen along the edge of lenticular clouds...

...Lenticular clouds are often shaped like flying saucers, leading to UFO sightings
...Lenticular clouds are often shaped like flying saucers, leading to people reporting UFO sightings
Picture: Gianandrea Sandri/Roberto Cavallini

Mammatus clouds, meaning 'breast clouds', are associated with strong storms
Mammatus clouds, meaning "breast clouds", are associated with strong storms...
Picture: Jason Hunter/Barcroft Media

...They are often associated with tornados and are seen in warm summer months
...They are often associated with tornados and are seen in warm summer months
Picture: Joe Plocki/Barcroft Media

Polar Stratospheric or Nacreous clouds generally form at very low temperatures, below minus 78 °C
Polar Stratospheric or Nacreous clouds generally form at very low temperatures, below minus 78 °C
Picture: BARCROFT MEDIA

Kelvin-Helmholtz wave clouds are formed when there are two layers of air moving at different speeds and in opposite directions
Kelvin-Helmholtz wave clouds are formed when there are two layers of air moving at different speeds and in opposite directions
Picture: BARCROFT MEDIA

Roll clouds
Picture: Tim Lindenbaum/Barcroft Media

Morning Glory clouds are a specific and more unusual type of roll clouds. They are seen most often on the Cape York Peninsula, in a remote part of Australia
Morning Glory clouds are a specific and more unusual type of roll clouds. They are seen most often on the Cape York Peninsula, in a remote part of Australia
Picture: Ulliver/Barcroft Media

Sarychev Volcano (Kuril Islands, northeast of Japan) erupts in this picture taken from the International Space Station in June 2009. The plume appears to be ash and steam. It cleared a circle in the cloud deck
Sarychev Volcano (Kuril Islands, northeast of Japan) erupts in this picture taken from the International Space Station in June 2009. The plume appears to be ash and steam. It cleared a circle in the cloud deck
Picture: BARCROFT MEDIA
 


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