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#996986 - 22/06/2011 21:36 Re: Confusing radar images, seeking explanation [Re: Jax]
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#997003 - 22/06/2011 23:03 Re: Confusing radar images, seeking explanation [Re: NCSC - Antonio]
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ok. Westmead stats:
Temperature & Humidity
Current Temperature 7.4 C
Current Humidity 74%
Feels Like 7.4 C
MAX Temp 21.0 C at 13:53
MIN Temp 6.6 C at 22:39
Last Night Min 6.5 C at 07:13
Lowest Temperature Ever 1.6 C at 6:55 AM on 09 June 2011

Rainfall
Rain Today 0.0 mm Rainfall Rate 0.0 mm/hr
Rainfall This Hour 0.0 mm

Wind
Current Wind (gust) 3.6 km/h Current Wind Speed 0.6 km/h
Todays Max Gust 41.8 km/h At 15:07
Wind Direction 47 NE Wind Force F0


Lets see what happens
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#997396 - 25/06/2011 12:27 Re: Confusing radar images, seeking explanation [Re: Cliffhanger]
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Still waiting for action in Westmead? I'm not convinced these things are directly related to immediately localised weather, although Dutchsinse certainly puts a convincing case forward that they are. Anyway, I'll keep posting them when I see them. Here's one from Townsville in the early hours of this morning.


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#997968 - 28/06/2011 19:30 Re: Confusing radar images, seeking explanation [Re: Jax]
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It's Esperance today. This started 40 minutes ago and is still visible now. Writing the date with a mouse is not easy, lol, but I thought it makes it simpler to see what date these things are occurring.


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#997969 - 28/06/2011 19:36 Re: Confusing radar images, seeking explanation [Re: Jax]
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can you see anything strange in the sky at the time of these radar images?

I posted this in another thread, but at the bottom of this article it references these type of radar images, and shows images from Australia.

Probably wont make sense unless you read the whole article, but it a pretty far out there explanation!
http://www.enterprisemission.com/Norway-Message3.htm

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#997971 - 28/06/2011 19:46 Re: Confusing radar images, seeking explanation [Re: GringosRain]
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Hi GringosRain
I read that entire link you posted in the other thread, amazing stuff huh? I'm a lot further north than this and have full cloud cover. I imagine looking at the weather passing through Esperance right now from the same system that they can't see the sky either. This one is interesting in that has persisted for so long, it's 5 minutes short of 1 hour now. I think the longest I've noticed one persist before now is 30 minutes.

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#997995 - 28/06/2011 21:33 Re: Confusing radar images, seeking explanation [Re: Jax]
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yeah it is pretty amazing, I mean you wouldnt even conceive of such possibilities unless someone mapped it out like that.
Id be keen to see on this thread when the next one of these things occur, if its on a clear night...can anything unusual be seen?
It would also be interesting to see if there is any correlation with say earth tremors on or around the dates of the radar anomolies....based on that link, they could be mucking with anything from the ionosphere to the magnetosphere or tectonic plates potentially.

Still, I find the rest of that article more compelling than the part about these radar images being related to a torsion weapon....but I remain open to any and all good arguments on any and all good topics! I mean did you click the link to all the melted cars - up to 7 blocks away from the World trade centre, I mean that is just strange strange strange, never heard of that before. The wormhole on this stuff is never ending. is it possible that items seemingly so vastly removed from one another such as anomolous radar images in Australia and the destruction of the WTC could be related. Gee its a stretch, but who knows....

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#997996 - 28/06/2011 21:49 Re: Confusing radar images, seeking explanation [Re: GringosRain]
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Well the last show was at 19:00 WST - it started at 16:40 WST. That's a two hour and forty minute show, definitely the longest one I've seen since I started watching for them.

Regarding the melted cars, it certainly raises questions doesn't it, considering passports from the plane supposedly survived to identify the hijackers... Do people like that even take their passports on that kind of journey? lol.

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#998078 - 29/06/2011 11:30 Re: Confusing radar images, seeking explanation [Re: Jax]
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Originally Posted By: Jax
Well the last show was at 19:00 WST - it started at 16:40 WST. That's a two hour and forty minute show, definitely the longest one I've seen since I started watching for them.

Regarding the melted cars, it certainly raises questions doesn't it, considering passports from the plane supposedly survived to identify the hijackers... Do people like that even take their passports on that kind of journey? lol.


Quiz Question 2. Not only have the cars melted but the truly bizarre thing is that the .... ...... are .......
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#998080 - 29/06/2011 11:40 Re: Confusing radar images, seeking explanation [Re: Jax]
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Well, it came back on after my last post at 20:20 WST, which means it was on for a total of 12 hrs 50 mins, with a 1 hr 20 min gap early on.
And now, this-morning from Geraldton. It first shows at the time shown on the screen shot. Note the purple line coming from Esperance.



Edit: last show was 9:20



Edited by Jax (29/06/2011 11:44)

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#998112 - 29/06/2011 16:46 Re: Confusing radar images, seeking explanation [Re: Jax]
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Okay, summing up yesterday and today's shows:

Esperance ring starts 18:40 EST yesterday - ends 8:50 EST today

Melbourne dashed line starts today at 5:30 EST and ends 8:50

Tas NW coloured line starts today at 8:20 EST and ends 8:40

Tas Hobart coloured line starts today at 8:50 and ends 9:00

Geraldton ring starts today at 11:00 EST and radar goes offline at 11:10 (9:10 WST) according to Geraldton radar, but at 11:20 EST according to National radar. Geraldton is still offline right now (14:45 WST).

Loopy Radar - "Quiz Question 2. Not only have the cars melted but the truly bizarre thing is that the .... ...... are ......."

Hmm, ... that the door handles are missing? There's miles of bizarre things about it. The steel beams disintegrating into dust in those photos is pretty bizarre, as is the tiny (comparatively) pile of rubble left over and the lack of damage to nearby buildings. What's most bizarre is the acceptance of the "real story" regardless of so many whopping discrepancies.


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#998255 - 30/06/2011 17:02 Re: Confusing radar images, seeking explanation [Re: Jax]
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As two of the reported incidents seem to coincide with odd radar shows here in Aus I thought this thread would be best place to put this. An unusual event occurred in coastal areas of Cornwall, UK at 10:30 am Monday 27 June 2011.

Quote:
The rapid drop in tide led to a perceivable shift in air pressure which remarkably created so much static in the air that it cause people's hair to stand on end.

...Although there were no official reports of seismic activity off Britain on Monday residents of Bude in Cornwall reported feeling a small tremor on Saturday. [By me - Townsville radar show early hours of Saturday morning]
And Dartmoor in Devon was rocked by a 2.7 Richter scale quake earlier in the week which residents described as being like the sound of a jet plane flying close by.[By me - Newcastle radar show on Wednesday]

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/a...l#ixzz1Qjey19xA


Would a tsunami, no matter how it starts, result in static electricity to cause hair to stand on end? Weird.

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#998291 - 30/06/2011 19:58 Re: Confusing radar images, seeking explanation [Re: Jax]
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Boy there seems to be some problems with Esperance radar for the past twelve hours.
I noticed this at 5:30 pm or 17:30 WST. According to WZ 12hr radar history, twelve hours back begins at 22:00 WST yesterday evening.
From that beginning time, all appears normal in ten minute shots until 6:40. From there each frame is timed as follows:

6:40 then jumps straight to
9:10, 9:20, 9:30 then jumps straight to
10:00 (appears to have gone offline, no returns visible)
10:10 (back on again), 10:20, 10:30 then jumps straight to
12:00 All is good in normal 10 minute lots until 12:40, then it jumps to
14:30
Then straight to 15:50 (appears to be offline again)
16:00 (odd lines visible) then jumps straight to
16:40 (odd lines visible)
And normal ten minute shots since then.

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#998308 - 30/06/2011 21:55 Re: Confusing radar images, seeking explanation [Re: Jax]
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LOL a 2.7 rocking anything. (Oh hang on it's the Poms. 14 days with rain in the UK means that you can declare a drought so a piddling little earth tremor would seem like the end of days or something). It would have been barely perceptible to anyone let alone rocking anything. 2.4 can't generally be felt by anyone so a 2.7 isn't exactly earth shattering now is it?

OK OK colour me a skeptic but how exactly does the physics of a radar beam, which propogates in straight lines and generally aimed into the atmosphere but they can't curve around the Earth, possibly be responsible for the Earth um moving in Cornwall of all places?

Coincidence is exactly what it is.
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#998320 - 30/06/2011 22:54 Re: Confusing radar images, seeking explanation [Re: SBT]
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Couldn't agree more SBT about the magnitude of an earthquake at 2.4 or 2.7 being unlikely to be felt. I grew up underneath a mountain and close by another two and am familiar with earthquakes. I'd also say it is unlikely they'd be heard at that magnitude. I have heard the earth grumble prior to three earthquakes, but I certainly wouldn't have compared them to jet planes, near or far.

As for how they might be connected to radar "glitches" in Australia, I can't answer that, honestly have no idea. But the timing is interesting, don't you think? Your thoughts on the hair-raising tsunami?


Edited by Jax (30/06/2011 22:56)

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#998326 - 30/06/2011 23:38 Re: Confusing radar images, seeking explanation [Re: GringosRain]
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Probably wont make sense unless you read the whole article, but it a pretty far out there explanation!
http://www.enterprisemission.com/Norway-Message3.htm
[/quote]
Well, that was quite an article! I must admit i got lost in the end, with having to 'adjust" to all the ideas "spiralling" through this article.Half way through I felt elated that HAARP had finally left some visible evidence which seemed verifyable, but I was hoping to see a weather modification angle, and kept reading anyway. I am not quite certain as to the Australian radar ring association. Is the implication that we are picking up signals which we are not supposed to, or that the radars are being used, in some way, to do ..what? My view on HAARP was along a different line.I felt that this article lead us more towards the "Project Bluebeam'chamber of HAARP's very intricate house. Now I am confused.
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#998328 - 30/06/2011 23:53 Re: Confusing radar images, seeking explanation [Re: Jax]
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Re; previously posted TOWNSVILLE image by JAX on the 25th

This one caught my eye. We have had the craziest weather up here since Monday, and have blamed it on the high,which has sent 20-30 knot SE's gusting through for the past 4 days. Saturday-brilliant day, although 'scattered" showers were forecast. Spent the night stargazing, so I know it was clear as.Perfect weather the week prior. Sunday, still fine, blue skies,with a few drops of rain. Then Monday all hell broke loose with the most depessing, grey, Melbournean sky,cold, and gusty.It is a dirty sky, London overcast.25 degrees on Saturday, and running around in a singlet, mind you.Heaters on ,on Monday.The most significant thing about the 'sudden'weather change is the depression, though.Everyone here has complained about it. Maybe it is just the sudden change from blue to grey? Late Thursday night and still hasn't stopped.Just heavily overcast and scattered showers all day and night.


Edited by Cliffhanger (30/06/2011 23:54)
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#998331 - 01/07/2011 00:10 Re: Confusing radar images, seeking explanation [Re: Cliffhanger]
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#998336 - 01/07/2011 00:54 Re: Confusing radar images, seeking explanation [Re: Cliffhanger]
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No, that's not me Cliffhanger, here's the only place I'm posting these radar images; but I'm glad I'm not the only one keeping an eye out for them. Interesting comment left about the amount of chemtrails being sprayed the day of the Esperance rings.
I honestly don't know what to make of all this - but I do know it's getting tempting to change my name to Alice, lol.

One thing that struck me from that Norway Spiral article in relation to these radar images were these pictures:





It's a bit hard to deny the similarities in structure.


Edited by Jax (01/07/2011 01:02)
Edit Reason: To add the pictures.

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#998348 - 01/07/2011 07:57 Re: Confusing radar images, seeking explanation [Re: Jax]
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Yeah the rings arent all the same are they, some have rings in sprirals and some have lines propogating out from the centre...it was the chandli shapes that most interested me. I will be waiting to see the first "radar ring"with a more complex shape and that will be me sorted. Jurys still out till then. No doubt these radar rings are becoming more and more common though.

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