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Natural Phenomena

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(1) 5 Strangest Things That Mysteriously Appeared in the Sky! - YouTube

The universe is a big place filled with a ton of things hurtling their way towards our planet. One misstep and it’s lights out for all of us. Turns out there...

Pics Of Bizarre Iridescent Clouds Over Siberia Go Viral (11 Pics) | Bored Panda

Roughly 20 years ago, Svetlana Kazina quit her job in the city to follow her true calling -- nature. She and her two kids moved to a wooden hut in the mountain village of Uznezya in Russia's Altai Krai region, near the border with Kazakhstan. Their new home was built almost seven decades ago. It had no heating, no toilet, no running water. But it had what the city couldn't offer them. Peace and harmony.

The Most Powerful Weather Phenomenon   You've Never Heard Of: The Microburst

Over a century ago, on June 30, 1908, an unearthly visitor came to our planet. A chunk of rock (or possibly ice) about 30 meters across—the size of a...

50 Awesome Natural Phenomena That Will Blow Your Mind | Page 4 of 5 | Fact Republic

Red sprites and blue jets are very high altitude upper atmospheric phenomena associated with thunderstorms. They have only recently been documented on camera. Red sprites are massive (as big as 20 km in size), but faint luminous flashes that appear directly above an active thunderstorm and coincide with powerful lightning strikes. Blue jets too are a high altitude optical phenomenon, but are different from sprites. They were first documented in 1994. Blue jets are optical ejections from the…

Cappuccino beach --                                    A freaky natural phenomenon was witnessed  at Yamba Beach, New South Wales, Australia… with foam swallowing an entire beach and nearby buildings.

It was as if someone had poured tons of coffee and milk into the ocean, then switched on a giant blender. Suddenly the shoreline north of Sydney were transformed into the Cappuccino Coast

These clouds in New Zealand look unlike anything I've seen before. These clouds are a rare type of cloud called "Undulatus asperatus" which means "agitated waves".

I want to go to there. This particular formation is an example of Undulatus asperatus--meaning "agitated waves"--which was proposed as a separate cloud classification in 2009 by... wait for it... the founder of the Cloud Appreciation Society. (I'm serious.)

50 Awesome Natural Phenomena That Will Blow Your Mind | Page 5 of 5 | Fact Republic

Red sprites and blue jets are very high altitude upper atmospheric phenomena associated with thunderstorms. They have only recently been documented on camera. Red sprites are massive (as big as 20 km in size), but faint luminous flashes that appear directly above an active thunderstorm and coincide with powerful lightning strikes. Blue jets too are a high altitude optical phenomenon, but are different from sprites. They were first documented in 1994. Blue jets are optical ejections from the…

more textures.  more asperatus.  i have a secret joy for weird weather.

From Wednesday morning - there was not a bit of word about storms in the forecast. And then this monster random storm pops up out of nowhere - with the most bizarre asperatus cloud I've ever seen. And the lightning was spectacular. The only photoshopping I did on this photo was to increase the contrast in the clouds so it looked more like what the human eye was actually seeing - photos tend to come out flatter than the real image. So this is pretty much what it looked like - lots of peeps…

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