• 'Five Suns' Phenomenon in the sky over Inner Mongolia, China

    'Five Suns' phenomenon seen shining in the sky in N China’s Inner Mongolia!

    The official cause of this insane weather phenomenon is a large number of hexagonal ice crystals floating in the sky and refracting the sun rays, thus creating a virtual image on either side of the sun.

    But what about 5 suns. Are the last two another virtual image of the real sun? Or are they holograms? Where is the real sun?

    End of December 2019, there was an annular solar eclipse. And during the sunrise in Qatar, the ‘ring of fire’ eclipse looked like a devil rising from the waters.

    But what about the 5 suns seen in the video above? Or are they holograms? Is this strange sky phenomenon linked to the omnious Coronavirus epidemic?

    What is exactly going in the sky over China actually! Nature is indeed mysterious and full of interesting phenomena.

  • Caspian Sea Turns Blood Red

    The water and snow along the Caspian Sea along the beach of Primorsky, Aktau, Kazakhstan turned blood red on February 9, 2020, baffling and frightening local residents.

    Meanwhile, officials are investigating the strange phenomenon.

    According to local officials, the blood red water is due to at least 25 different types of algae that bloom from January to March.

    On week ago, black snow fell overanother city in Kazakhstan, during a power blizzard.

  • Colossal Bird Migration Obscures Weather Radar

    Sometime around the stroke of midnight on February 17, weather radars on the island city of Key West in Florida were swarmed not by a gust of wintry showers, but by a storm of migrating birds.

    At one point blanketing the entire island, this flock’s radius stretched at least 145 kilometres (90 miles) wide, according to local meteorologists.

    A GIF produced by the local National Weather Service (NWS) station shows the massive cloud of migrating birds in green and yellow, along with a smattering of rain in darker blue.

    “Key West radar has had a busy night, but not because of weather,” NWS Key West tweeted.

    “The most impressive display of migratory birds so far this year occurred overnight.”

    This massive migration, which can include hundreds of thousands – if not millions – of birds, takes place starting around February each year, but it usually occurs under the cover of night while we’re busy sleeping.

    Over the next few months, researchers from Cornell University figure more than 118 species of bird will start returning to North America after wintering in Central and South America or the Caribbean, including sandpipers, sparrows, orioles, flycatchers, warblers, martins and thrushes.

    Still, even in such huge numbers, these birds are stealthier than you’d think. Traversing huge distances using only the stars and Earth’s magnetic field as guides, conditions have to be just right for us or our radars to notice anything peculiar.

    Incidentally, it was a remarkably still night when Key West was smothered by a migrating flock from Cuba.

    “There was kind of a stable layer of air above us that was deflecting the radar beam closer to the surface,” meteorologist Kate Lenninger told the Tampa Bay Times.

    “So, we were able to pick up more low level objects.”

    In this case, that meant birds upon birds upon birds, probably sparrows, wrens, warblers and kites.

    But the island was never the destination for these birds, just a tiny part of a much larger journey. For instance, the pectoral sandpiper (Calidris melanotos), which is known to fly over this region, makes a round trip each year totalling some 30,000 kilometres (19,000 miles), so it doesn’t have much time to stop and enjoy Florida’s beaches.

    After several hours, this massive flock of birds had moved beyond Key West, and according to meteorologists in Miami, they landed safely on the mainland just before sunrise.

  • Huge 65 foot (20 Meters) Ice Wall on China-Russia Border Lake

    A giant ice wall extending more than a dozen kilometers has sprung up on Xingkai Lake, a border lake shared by China and Russia, in northeast China's Heilongjiang Province.

    The wall has grown from a mere two-to-three meters high to being over 20 meters tall.

    This ice wall has appeared a little bit earlier than usual due to strong winds in the area, which piled up chunks of ice to create the wall. It is expected to get even taller in the coming days.

    Xingkai Lake is a freshwater lake well-known for its abundance of biodiversity and complex ecosystem. It is also a major stopover point for migratory birds in the Asia-Pacific region.

  • Mysterious glowing blue vortex swirling in the sky of Norway and Japan

    A blue spinning spiral suddenly appeared in the sky over Norway and Japan, baffling skywatchers and scientists.

    Back in December 2009, a bizarre swirling vortex appeared in the skies of Finnmark, Norway, leaving thousands of residents baffled.

    Witnesses from Trøndelag to Finnmark compared the amazing sight to anything from a Russian rocket to a meteor or a shock wave.

    The strange sky phenomenon began when what appeared to be a blue light seemed to soar up from behind a mountain.

    It then stopped mid-air and began to circulate.

    Within a few seconds a giant spiral had covered the entire sky. Then a green-blue beam of light shot out from its centre – lasting for ten to twelve minutes before disappearing completely.

    The Norwegian Meteorological Institute was flooded with telephone calls during and right after the light storm.

    According to astronomers this weird spiral was not connected to aurora, or Northern Lights, so common in that area of the world.

    As shown in the video below, a similar phenomenon was also captured in the sky over Japan on September 25, 1988 (see translation below the video):

    Translation of the video: The first man says that he was outside and all of a sudden a circle of light appeared above him and became larger and larger.

    After a while, the strange appritions started spinning clockwise before changing direction all of a sudden.

    The vortex shocked the man and asked himself what the hell was that?

    This is not a weather phenomenon, is it maybe a spacecraft? According to the man, the same swirling spiral of light reappeared during the next five days.

    At that time, most people believed that the Soviet Union was destroying its nuclear weapons.

    The narrator then explains that this tape had been kept secret for the last 20 years and that this strange phenomenon at the end of the Cold War, when the Soviet Union was about to collapse.

    Thus, people first suspected the Soviet Union trying to destroy their nuclear weapons. But I doubt and prefer speaking in this case about a portal to another dimension, to an alien civilisation.

    Meanwhile, the origins of these Norwegian and Japanese spirals in the sky are still unexplained, but it wouldn’t greatly surprise me if Van Gogh had witnessed such a spinning vortex before painting his masterwork ‘Starry Night‘.

    Similar spirals in the sky are painted by VanGogh on his masterwork Starry Night. Public Domain via Wikipedia

  • Rare 'St. Elmo's Fire' captured by hurricane hunting plane over the North Atlantic

    Crew aboard an aircraft used for hunting hurricanes captured a rare, spectacular weather phenomenon called St. Elmo's Fire while flying over the North Atlantic on February 15, 2020.

    The phenomenon was captured by the NOAA42 Kermit crew as they flew across the Atlantic Ocean for the Ocean Winds research project. The flight was made as Storm Dennis approached Ireland and the United Kingdom on February 15.

    While collecting data, the crew witnessed what appeared to be lightning strikes, but this discharge of atmospheric electricity was actually St. Elmo's Fire.

    Luminous plasma generated between clouds and the ground in the vicinity of a thunderstorm's electric field causes this rare weather phenomenon, ripping molecules apart in a process also known as ionization.

    St. Elmo's Fire produces audible and visual effects like lightning and thunder-- a crackling noise can occur along with blue and white glowing streaks. 

    However, the difference between the weather events is that St. Elmo's Fire is basically a glow of electrons in the air, while lightning is the movement of electricity from a charged cloud to the ground. 

    While St. Elmo's Fire is not necessarily dangerous, it can be a sign that thunderstorms are about to happen.

    AccuWeather senior meteorologist Dave Samuhel also attested that the actual charge from the phenomenon is harmless, particularly for those surrounded by the aircraft's metal shell.

    "St. Elmo’s Fire is a phenomenon that has occurred throughout human history. Before it was reported on planes, it happened on ships in the open ocean," said Samuhel.

    "It happens when the charge of an object is much different than the charge of the air. Unlike lightning when huge bolts of electricity jump across a large distance from one charge to another, St. Elmo’s fire happens on a very small scale."

    The phenomenon is named after St. Erasmus of Formia, the patron saint of sailors.

  • Two ring-shaped flying objects appeared above Russia before multiplying

    Bizarre footage of two mysterious large ring-shaped clouds appearing in the sky above a Russian city has baffled the internet.

    Video has emerged showing the two disc-like clouds floating before a third suddenly becomes visible. Towards the end of the footage, a plane is seen heading towards the sky rings and pierces the first circle. Local media said a fourth ring appeared shortly afterwards.

    The incident was filmed in the city of Irkutsk in the southern Russian region of Irkutsk Oblast by numerous local residents, and the images were later widely shared on social media.

    The unusual phenomenon has raised discussions among web users over possible UFO sightings and even coronavirus scare.

    Some suggested the circles could have been produced by a quadcopter or type of drone while others speculated that they could have been the result of secret test flights.

    "I bet someone was having a cigarette and they blew huge smoke rings," one joked.

    Another added: "Someone spreading coronavirus?"

    Director of the Astronomical Observatory of the Irkutsk State University, Sergei Yazev, 61, said the circles in the sky were probably the inversion traces of a plane or aircraft. He added that the observatory had been contacted by local media enquiring whether the sky rings could be the result of a UFO.

    Last week, a bizarre cube-shaped object was seen soaring across the sky over Colombia.

    A Viva Air pilot captured the mysterious UFO as it glided down through the clouds in a controlled manner, at an angle.

    Earlier this week, a glittering snake-like UFO, illuminated in red and gold, stalked the skies above São Paulo, Brazil, a city of 12million people.

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