LOSING YOUR HAIR...THIS VITAMIN CAN BE YOUR
SAVIOR - Dr Alan Mandell, DC
More and more people world wide are suffering from lack of vitamin
Man made clouds above my house
Pictures taken August 24, 2019
I have been a sky-watcher since February
2015...Which means I have documented the sky above my head
every day, for years, with pictures and videos.
"Modification processes may also be
initiated or triggered inadvertently
rather than purposefully ; man is already causing measurable
variations unintentionally on the local scale, and artificial
effects have been observed on local and regional scales. Although
verifiable at present, the time may not be remote when human
will result in measurable large-scale changes in weather and climate
of more than passing significance. "
Problems, Policy, And Potential,
95th Congress, Committee on Commerce,
Science, and Transportation,
United States Senate [May 1978]
First used with sounding rockets flown in the 1950’s, scientific
research with experiments which inject vapor tracers in the upper
atmosphere have greatly aided our understanding of our planet’s
near-space environment. These materials make visible the naturally
occurring flows of ionized and neutral particles either by
luminescing at distinct wavelengths in the visible and infrared part
of the spectrum or by scattering sunlight.
The type of vapor selected to create these colorful clouds and
trails depends on the purpose of the investigation, the local time,
and the altitude under study. Commonly used vapors that are released
in space are:
•Tri-methyl aluminum (TMA),
Tri-methyl aluminum (TMA)
Tri-methyl aluminum reacts with oxygen and produces chemi-luminescence
when exposed to the atmosphere. The products of the reaction are
aluminum oxide, carbon dioxide, and water vapor, which also occur
naturally in the atmosphere. TMA releases are most often used to
study the neutral winds in the lower ionosphere at night at
altitudes of 100 miles (160 kilometers) or less.
Lithium vapor is also used to study neutral winds in the upper
atmosphere. Lithium gas has an unusually bright narrow-band emission
at 670.7 nanometers, a wavelength in the infrared range, which
enables it to be visible in the daytime with cameras with infrared
filters. In fact, Lithium is the only vapor that can be imaged
during the day and is also one of the few vapors that can be used at
high altitudes (> 124 miles or 200 kilometers) at night. At night,
its color is bright red.
Barium is used to study the motion of both ions and neutrals in
space. A fraction of a barium cloud ionizes quickly when exposed to
sunlight and has a purple-red color. Its motions can be used to
track the motion of the charged particles in the ionosphere. The
remainder of the barium release is neutral, having a different
color, and can be used to track the motion
of the neutral particles in the upper atmosphere. A small quantity
of strontium or lithium is sometimes added to the barium mixture to
enhance the neutral barium emissions, making it easier to track the
neutral cloud. Since the observer must be in darkness while the
barium cloud is in sunlight, the technique is limited to local time
observations near sunset or sunrise.
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What does it mean if you see a double rainbow?
The picture below was taken June 12, 2019,
about 8:00pm, Lawtey, Florida. I have videos [and more
pictures] but added only contrast to this picture for this post.
A double rainbow is considered a symbol of transformation and is a
sign of good fortune in eastern cultures. The first arc represents
the material world, and the second arc signifies the spiritual
How does a double rainbow appear?
As the light reflects back out of the raindrop, it bends again. That
internal reflection produces the arc of sunlight spread out across
its spectrum of colors -- a rainbow. Pigott said a double rainbow is
formed when there are two reflections inside a raindrop