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Scientists Puzzled Again: "Noctilucent Clouds, They Used To Be Rare"...
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RE: Scientists Puzzled Again: "Noctilucent Clouds, They Used To Be Rare"...
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ZetaTalk Statement 1/24/2008: There are different chemicals in the atmosphere of Earth at this time than have been in the memory of man. It has been only during the past couple years, since the arrival of Planet X into the inner solar system, that Moon halos have been noted, or odd neon clouds.

As the tail will increasingly return, wafting past the Earth, we can expect such displays to be on the increase!
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RE: Scientists Puzzled Again: "Noctilucent Clouds, They Used To Be Rare"...
Skippy  Wrote: (06-27-2012 04:38 PM)
http://www.worsleyschool.net/science/fil...story.html

I believe this cycle has repeated itself many many many many times... that article you linked was pretty interesting.



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yeah, i think it pretty much proves that there's is no way humans have the slightest clue as the extent of the earth's cycles
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RE: Scientists Puzzled Again: "Noctilucent Clouds, They Used To Be Rare"...
For my 7,000th post, I'd like to say thanks for the pin and the memories....

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AymEpaPsyyw

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2CYDgezeQas

(one of the shows that made me question reality....)
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RE: Scientists Puzzled Again: "Noctilucent Clouds, They Used To Be Rare"...
This is the Northern Lights as seen from NY, not too far from where I live.

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These are rare in NY.... The south got a taste not too long ago.....

This is from National Geographic.... I'm sorry, but they didn't include a music video....

http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/...tes-south/

Pay attention for the words : "rare", "puzzled", and "unusual" more and more in News stories relating to Earth changes....
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RE: Scientists Puzzled Again: "Noctilucent Clouds, They Used To Be Rare"...
Noctilucent Clouds From the Space Station:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AaI8JyAqykQ

The earth is glowing like a fluorescent bulb....
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Has there ever conclusively been stated a reason why they glow blue?

I have seen a moon rainbow before and it was almost white - just a hint of color. It was during a full moon and the moon was low on the horizon. A light rain was falling and it was almost a full rainbow.
We stopped, watched it and commented on the strangeness of it.

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RE: Scientists Puzzled Again: "Noctilucent Clouds, They Used To Be Rare"...
Let's have an encore from the NASA singers.... chuckle

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-xF2vSKINK0

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High oh high way up above the ozone
High oh high in regions near the poles
Set against the arctic cold twilight
Casting off an irridescent light
Known for only the last century
We don't know how you have come to be

Noctilucent Cloud
That ghostly shining polar shroud
We didn't think you'd be allowed
At latitudes so low
(but there you go)

Shining over a darkened sky
In mesospheric zones so high
How and why can you be?

You're a cloudy mystery (mystery...)
For the twenty-first century

Noctilucent Cloud!


High oh high on wings above the ocean
On a Pegasus, AIM launches into space
Measuring the temperature so cold
Sizing up the cosmic dust so old
How much water vapor lies within
Your layer so thin?

Noctilucent Cloud
That ghostly irridescent shroud
We didn't think you'd be allowed
At latitudes so low (how can we know?)

Shining over a darkened sky
In mesospheric zones so high
How and why can you be?

Are you tied to our destiny
Our global climate history
An atmospheric mystery
Noctilucent!


Every year you number more and more
And with time you're brighter than before

Forming in a most unlikely place
At the edge of space

Noctilucent Cloud
That ghostly irridescent shroud
We didn't think you'd be allowed
At latitudes so low (we need to know)

Glowing over the polar sky
In mesospheric zones so high
How and why can you be?

Are you tied to our destiny
Our global climate history
You're still a cloudy mystery
Noctilucent Noctilucent Noctilucent Cloud!

http://www.astrocappella.com/aim.shtml
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RE: Scientists Puzzled Again: "Noctilucent Clouds, They Used To Be Rare"...
Johntaraz  Wrote: (06-27-2012 05:38 PM)
Has there ever conclusively been stated a reason why they glow blue?

I have seen a moon rainbow before and it was almost white - just a hint of color. It was during a full moon and the moon was low on the horizon. A light rain was falling and it was almost a full rainbow.
We stopped, watched it and commented on the strangeness of it.

"The characteristic blue color comes from absorption by ozone in the path of the sunlight illuminating the noctilucent cloud."*

* Gadsen, M. (October–December 1975). "Observations of the color and polarization of noctilucent clouds". Annales de Geophysique 31: 507–516. Bibcode 1975AnG....31..507G.
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RE: Scientists Puzzled Again: "Noctilucent Clouds, They Used To Be Rare"...
Skippy  Wrote: (06-27-2012 05:52 PM)
Johntaraz  Wrote: (06-27-2012 05:38 PM)
Has there ever conclusively been stated a reason why they glow blue?

I have seen a moon rainbow before and it was almost white - just a hint of color. It was during a full moon and the moon was low on the horizon. A light rain was falling and it was almost a full rainbow.
We stopped, watched it and commented on the strangeness of it.

"The characteristic blue color comes from absorption by ozone in the path of the sunlight illuminating the noctilucent cloud."*

* Gadsen, M. (October–December 1975). "Observations of the color and polarization of noctilucent clouds". Annales de Geophysique 31: 507–516. Bibcode 1975AnG....31..507G.

and for those of us who arent rocket scientists Anon that means the light bends through the atmosphere to where its dark out, and lights up clouds in the early or very late night sky by reflecting off these clouds, which are made of ice crystals.
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nasa knows exactly what it is. cute little song for the dog and pony show tho.

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Noctilucent clouds were first observed in 1885 after Krakatoa's eruption in 1883. Could the increase in worldwide volcanic activity be causing this? (Or adding to it)?

Great book link tying in the volcano theory:

http://books.google.com/books?id=3GlWQnj...ds&f=false

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Thought the song was clever. If there is imminent polar-shift doom, why not write a ditty? Still want to see Yellowstone again before we all blow up. But that is doom for a different day.Hiding

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Ok this is simple. Clouds are increasing because energy is increasing. What happens when a hydrogen molecule meets an ozone molecule ( O(3) ) ????? You make H2O and oxygen. The local fluff is made of helium-3 and hydrogen molecules that are intensely magnetically charged. Sooooooooooooooooo what happens when that water is created?!?!?! You get the clouds!!!!!!!!!!!
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