I do not know what to make of the last “storm” that blew through East Texas. It was unusual, to say the least. I am not making any assumptions, just trying to describe it and find out more information. I’ve found some amazing sites the last few days, but much of the material is over my head. Pun intended, hehe. 🙂
But I won’t give up!
The winds of this storm were intense and the weather felt very hot and uncomfortable just prior to it. It was 78 degrees in the shade, according to my thermometer, but it felt hotter to me. It blew over quickly, there was very little rain, unfortunately, less than a quarter of an inch. I noticed the raindrops were very cold and large. By the time the storm passed the temperatures dropped significantly and the next morning it was 45 degrees. This is not the biggest drop we’ve had with recent storms.
I don’t know what, why or how these clouds form, I just know I haven’t seen the likes of them before, which got me thinking, and searching, and I found this man’s site, which is so complex I’m not sure if I’m on the right track at all, but it sure looks interesting.
Nanotechnology? Could that be what I’m seeing? I have no idea, but I’m trying to learn. Science classes in school didn’t seem to help me much.
Nanotechnology with Pete Ramon.
“*The main effect would be to create cirrus clouds that contain more but smaller ice particles, which might resemble laser written contrails.*”
The plasma-channel is HAARP proof-of-concept technology. They both create the same type of plasma to produce plasma-evaporated ice crystals encapsulating MEMS/NEMS devices that can be directed in the atmosphere via radio frequencies.”
Am I way off track here, any thoughts?