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El Grifo
15th May 2013, 18:20
Probably won't last long but has been streaming overhead for a couple of hours. never,ever seen this pattern before.

Any clues (Chemtrailers need not apply )

Weather forecast Canary Islands Satellite, Clouds, Lightning Strikes Sun over Canary Islands - Source: SAT24.com (http://www.sat24.com/en/ce)

lomapaseo
15th May 2013, 18:33
I'd cancel your baloon trip

rgbrock1
15th May 2013, 18:35
Chemtrails. :E:E:E

El Grifo
15th May 2013, 18:36
Interesting double lane, defined pheonomenon nevertheless.

Hang Glider back in the shed :(

El Grifo
15th May 2013, 18:37
Any clues (Chemtrailers need not apply )

rgb, you can by cheapo specs in any pharmacy these days :ok:

DX Wombat
15th May 2013, 18:42
Cirrus being moved by the Jetstream? Today's Jetstream. (http://www.netweather.tv/index.cgi?action=jetstream;sess=)

rgbrock1
15th May 2013, 18:45
I wear rather not inexpensive Eye-talian made spectacles.

I was jerking your chain/winding you up. I have no room for Chemtrailers. One of which was a former colleague of mine (black) who once stated to me:

"You know those things in the sky that airplanes leave behind? I think they call them vapor trails or something? Well, they are chemicals. The government is behind it. And they are used to continue to oppress the black nation. So we can't progress beyond what they want from us. They mess with our brains."

I shit you not.

Lon More
15th May 2013, 19:17
Cirrus being moved by the Jetstream?

My thoughts as well ,
The change in wind speed and directioncan be very abrupt

OFSO
15th May 2013, 20:09
Cirrus indeed, but modified by solar particle burst. (Our governments are lying to us. Why ? They can do no other).

El Grifo
15th May 2013, 21:37
My entire income flow depends on weather patterns, which is the reason I tend to pay close attention to the cloud cover in them there parts.

This is one of the most interesting I have encountered in a couple of decades.
Firstly I thought "jetstream".

Solar Particle Burst ? Not sure if you are twisting my melon man. Are you :p

Windy Militant
15th May 2013, 22:05
Jetstream? are sure it wasn't a Domine! :}



Helmet, Goggles parachuuuuuuu..........

lomapaseo
15th May 2013, 23:18
You know those things in the sky that airplanes leave behind? I think they call them vapor trails or something? Well, they are chemicals. The government is behind it. And they are used to continue to oppress the black nation. So we can't progress beyond what they want from us. They mess with our brains."



Sounds to me like he proved his point pretty well

El Grifo
16th May 2013, 08:43
Lost me there lomapaseo.

Is that a joke ?

Fantome
16th May 2013, 10:25
not so much a joke as an absurdity where the conclusion may be interpreted as consistent with the hypothesis, itself irrational, or just plain silly.

at least that is how a German philosopher once explained a similar untenable observation, and as he said at the time - "We Germans take our humour, very seriously."

Cacophonix
16th May 2013, 10:33
Lost me there lomapaseo.

I guess lomapasseo was refering to proof of the delusion being the deluded mind of the man who originated it.

A bit like the bloke in the railway carriage who constantly tore up pieces of paper and when asked by another passenger why he did this replied "Because it frightens away the pink elephants" and then when being informed that there are no pink elephants declared this as triumphant proof of the efficacy of his methodology...

Caco

Edited to say I prefer Fantome's analogy... more succinct and Germanic.

MagnusP
16th May 2013, 10:40
A bit like the bloke in the railway carriage who constantly tore up pieces of paper and when asked by another passenger why he did this replied "Because it frightens away the pink elephants" and then when being informed that there are no pink elephants declared this as triumphant proof of the efficacy of his methodology...


For a moment I thought I was in the Climate Change thread . . .

El Grifo
16th May 2013, 10:42
deluded mind of the man who originated it.



Good stuff caco y fantome, but we all know rgbrock was kidding right :ok:

Cacophonix
16th May 2013, 10:49
My entire income flow depends on weather patterns, which is the reason I tend to pay close attention to the cloud cover in them there parts.

I really admire good weather photography...

This guy is very good in black and white


Short Sharp Science: Dramatic storm clouds win photography prize (http://www.newscientist.com/blogs/shortsharpscience/2012/04/dramatic-storm-clouds-win-phot.html)

Caco


http://www.newscientist.com/blogs/shortsharpscience/2012/04/30/Mitch-Dobrowner.Cell-Lightning%281%29.jpg

El Grifo
16th May 2013, 11:14
Brilliant and without doubt, not only good weather photography but great weather photography.

Unfortunately it is "good weather" I require to carry out my particular craft, in a fiscally benificial fashion that is !

http://travel-image.tk/

beaufort1
16th May 2013, 12:12
I've been following this chap for years and his images continue to astound.

Storm Images/Photos/Pictures by Year (http://www.extremeinstability.com/supercells.htm)

A few years ago I was lucky enough to snap these waterspouts from work.

http://i2.photobucket.com/albums/y17/grantdi/Weather/Fun17Jul07lo.jpg

Another one of my snaps, gust front approaches. Close to where I lived in Guernsey.

http://i2.photobucket.com/albums/y17/grantdi/Weather/Shower201Feb08lo.jpg

rgbrock1
16th May 2013, 12:27
El Grifo wrote:

but we all know rgbrock was kidding right

Um, unfortunately not. For my former colleague EVERYTHING was a conspiracy against the "black nation/my people".

MagnusP
16th May 2013, 13:44
Somewhere in among the thousands of piccies I took on my travels, I have a couple of piccies of a stack of lenticular clouds above Mauna Kea, taken from the Saddle Road between Hilo and Waimea. I must spend a day or so going through the files, although they're buried somewhere on a 1TB hard drive. If I find them, I'll post them here, and I MUST be able to find some I can use on the "Where on Earth" thread!

Low Flier
28th May 2013, 21:02
http://www.thepoke.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2012/04/Funny-TV-Freeze-Frames-Screenshots-Banned-Hollywood-01.jpg

El Grifo
28th May 2013, 21:32
What a dick !!!

500N
28th May 2013, 21:39
A real balls up.

BenThere
28th May 2013, 21:43
Can't deny it, Texas has balls.