I can feel it. The Haarp Magnetometer to the website in Alaska is no longer up and working. Any leads on another website to get a magnetometer reading?
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that circle is just the outer edge of the reach of the weather radar being used in that area. It probably had sensitivity setting change or malfunction for that one update.
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Unreal that you are being voted down by the paranoid. This wasn't any change in the weather, it was a glitch that caused clutter to show up falsely as precipitation.
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was there severe weather within 48 hours?
Our area had a lot of chemtrails a couple of days ago--
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(That's the motto of the website reporting on this.) Re Munich, it's scary to see such a large area affected. There's something similar here in Chicago. http://sincedutch.wordpress.com/2013/09/18/9182013-romeovill... It seems Chicago will now be experiencing weather in the 90's tomorrow, after unseasonal lows; also rain after an unusual dry period. http://blog.chicagoweathercenter.com/category/explainer/
The butterfly effect: "In chaos theory, the butterfly effect is the sensitive dependence on initial conditions in which a small change at one place in a deterministic nonlinear system can result in large differences in a later state... In 1961, [Edward] Lorenz was using a numerical computer model to rerun a weather prediction, when, as a shortcut on a number in the sequence, he entered the decimal 0.506 instead of entering the full 0.506127. The result was a completely different weather scenario..." http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Butterfly_effect
When just *tiny* changes in one place can result in large differences elsewhere at a later time, I wonder what effects the not-so-tiny manipulation of weather in Munich and Chicago and who knows where else will have on... who knows where.
Thanks for the post, Bob-45. Interesting website.
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