Jupiter’s Red Spot Inside, Fed Meeting BUY Bitcoin & PINK GRASSHOPPERS in Holland (414)

The newest hi-Res images ever taken of Jupiter’s red spot have been released at the Juno Mission site. Incredible beyond that are the images of cloud bands across the atmosphere of the Jovian Giant. Additionally at Janet Yellen’s press conference a guy holds up a sign that says “Buy Bitcoin” hard to beat that is a guy who checked a single can of beer as his luggage to document the journey of such a small object across Australia. Finally a rare pink grasshopper has been found in a Dutch town.

Incredible close-up footage of Boeing 787 leaving huge vapour trail through the sky http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/incredib…
Cosmic Radiation Management (CRM) has Begun to Protect You https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C5BQP…
Skyception http://twoicefloes.com/your-turn/cont…
GeoEngineering Conference
GeoEngineering Conference http://envisionation.co.uk/index.php/…
Cooling the Earth Through Solar Radiation Management: http://www.irgc.org/IMG/pdf/SRM_Opini…
Solar Radiation Management Governance of Initiative SRMGI http://www.srmgi.org/events/

Full ‘Thunder Moon’ Rises this Weekend – Giant Planets Rule the Evening Skies in July


Sky watchers will have an opportunity to catch a glimpse of the full “thunder moon” on Sunday, July 9.

Skywatchers in the southern U.S. will have a better view of the full moon as it rises even higher in the sky. For example, in Miami, the moon’s maximum altitude is 48 degrees above the horizon. The moon will rise at 7:31 p.m. on July 8, reach full phase at 12:07 a.m. July 9, and set at 5:57 a.m. local time.

Those in Sydney, Australia, will miss the full moon’s peak, with the moon rising about 3 hours after it reaches full phase at 2:07 p.m. local time on July 9. It will set again at 7:03 a.m. on July 10 after reaching a maximum altitude of about 74 degrees.

If you happen to miss the moon at its fullest, don’t worry – it’ll appear pretty much full on July 8 and July 10 as well.

Giant planets rule the evening skies in July.
The solar system’s largest planet, Jupiter, dominates the southwestern sky. Use a telescope to spy its cloud bands or perhaps even the Great Red Spot.

The next-largest planet, Saturn, presides over the southern sky.
Its splendid rings are an awe-inspiring sight.

Low in the east, Venus shines like a beacon in the pre-dawn sky. Try to identify its phase with the aid of a telescope.

The night sky is always a celestial showcase. Explore its
wonders from your own backyard.

Clips, images credit: HUBBLESITE, ESO, ESA/HUBBLE & NASA

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Pas De Deux – Bird Creek
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New evidence that all stars are born in pairs

Robert Sanders, Media relations | June 13, 2017

Did our sun have a twin when it was born 4.5 billion years ago?

radio telescope image of binary stars in dense core in Perseus

Almost certainly yes — though not an identical twin. And so did every other sunlike star in the universe, according to a new analysis by a theoretical physicist from UC Berkeley and a radio astronomer from the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory at Harvard University.

Many stars have companions, including our nearest neighbor, Alpha Centauri, a triplet system. Astronomers have long sought an explanation. Are binary and triplet star systems born that way? Did one star capture another? Do binary stars sometimes split up and become single stars?

Astronomers have even searched for a companion to our sun, a star dubbed Nemesis because it was supposed to have kicked an asteroid into Earth’s orbit that collided with our planet and exterminated the dinosaurs. It has never been found.

The new assertion is based on a radio survey of a giant molecular cloud filled with recently formed stars in the constellation Perseus, and a mathematical model that can explain the Perseus observations only if all sunlike stars are born with a companion.

“We are saying, yes, there probably was a Nemesis, a long time ago,” said co-author Steven Stahler, a UC Berkeley research astronomer.

“We ran a series of statistical models to see if we could account for the relative populations of young single stars and binaries of all separations in the Perseus molecular cloud, and the only model that could reproduce the data was one in which all stars form initially as wide binaries. These systems then either shrink or break apart within a million years.”

triple star system

In this study, “wide” means that the two stars are separated by more than 500 astronomical units, or AU, where one astronomical unit is the average distance between the sun and Earth (93 million miles). A wide binary companion to our sun would have been 17 times farther from the sun than its most distant planet today, Neptune.

Based on this model, the sun’s sibling most likely escaped and mixed with all the other stars in our region of the Milky Way galaxy, never to be seen again.

“The idea that many stars form with a companion has been suggested before, but the question is: how many?” said first author Sarah Sadavoy, a NASA Hubble fellow at the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory. “Based on our simple model, we say that nearly all stars form with a companion. The Perseus cloud is generally considered a typical low-mass star-forming region, but our model needs to be checked in other clouds.”

The idea that all stars are born in a litter has implications beyond star formation, including the very origins of galaxies, Stahler said.

Stahler and Sadavoy posted their findings in April on the arXiv server. Their paper has been accepted for publication in the Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society.

Stars birthed in ‘dense cores’

Astronomers have speculated about the origins of binary and multiple star systems for hundreds of years, and in recent years have created computer simulations of collapsing masses of gas to understand how they condense under gravity into stars. They have also simulated the interaction of many young stars recently freed from their gas clouds. Several years ago, one such computer simulation by Pavel Kroupa of the University of Bonn led him to conclude that all stars are born as binaries.

binary protostars in Perseus

Yet direct evidence from observations has been scarce. As astronomers look at younger and younger stars, they find a greater proportion of binaries, but why is still a mystery.

“The key here is that no one looked before in a systematic way at the relation of real young stars to the clouds that spawn them,” Stahler said. “Our work is a step forward in understanding both how binaries form and also the role that binaries play in early stellar evolution. We now believe that most stars, which are quite similar to our own sun, form as binaries. I think we have the strongest evidence to date for such an assertion.”

According to Stahler, astronomers have known for several decades that stars are born inside egg-shaped cocoons called dense cores, which are sprinkled throughout immense clouds of cold, molecular hydrogen that are the nurseries for young stars. Through an optical telescope, these clouds look like holes in the starry sky, because the dust accompanying the gas blocks light from both the stars forming inside and the stars behind. The clouds can, however, be probed by radio telescopes, since the cold dust grains in them emit at these radio wavelengths, and radio waves are not blocked by the dust.

The Perseus molecular cloud is one such stellar nursery, about 600 light-years from Earth and about 50 light-years long. Last year, a team of astronomers completed a survey that used the Very Large Array, a collection of radio dishes in New Mexico, to look at star formation inside the cloud. Called VANDAM, it was the first complete survey of all young stars in a molecular cloud, that is, stars less than about 4 million years old, including both single and mulitple stars down to separations of about 15 astronomical units. This captured all multiple stars with a separation of more than about the radius of Uranus’ orbit — 19 AU — in our solar system.

a dark molecular cloud in which stars are forming

Stahler heard about the survey after approaching Sadavoy, a member of the VANDAM team, and asking for her help in observing young stars inside dense cores. The VANDAM survey produced a census of all Class 0 stars – those less than about 500,000 years old – and Class I stars – those between about 500,000 and 1 million years old. Both types of stars are so young that they are not yet burning hydrogen to produce energy.

Sadavoy took the results from VANDAM and combined them with additional observations that reveal the egg-shaped cocoons around the young stars. These additional observations come from the Gould Belt Survey with SCUBA-2 on the James Clerk Maxwell Telescope in Hawaii. By combining these two data sets, Sadavoy was able to produce a robust census of the binary and single-star populations in Perseus, turning up 55 young stars in 24 multiple-star systems, all but five of them binary, and 45 single-star systems.

Using these data, Sadavoy and Stahler discovered that all of the widely separated binary systems — those with stars separated by more than 500 AU — were very young systems, containing two Class 0 stars. These systems also tended to be aligned with the long axis of the egg-shaped dense core. The slightly older Class I binary stars were closer together, many separated by about 200 AU, and showed no tendency to align along the egg’s axis.

“This has not been seen before or tested, and is super interesting,” Sadavoy said. “We don’t yet know quite what it means, but it isn’t random and must say something about the way wide binaries form.”

Egg-shaped cores collapse into two centers

Stahler and Sadavoy mathematically modeled various scenarios to explain this distribution of stars, assuming typical formation, breakup and orbital shrinking times. They concluded that the only way to explain the observations is to assume that all stars of masses around that of the sun start off as wide Class 0 binaries in egg-shaped dense cores, after which some 60 percent split up over time. The rest shrink to form tight binaries.

“As the egg contracts, the densest part of the egg will be toward the middle, and that forms two concentrations of density along the middle axis,” he said. “These centers of higher density at some point collapse in on themselves because of their self-gravity to form Class 0 stars.”

“Within our picture, single low-mass, sunlike stars are not primordial,” Stahler added. “They are the result of the breakup of binaries. ”

Their theory implies that each dense core, which typically comprises a few solar masses, converts twice as much material into stars as was previously thought.

Stahler said that he has been asking radio astronomers to compare dense cores with their embedded young stars for more than 20 years, in order to test theories of binary star formation. The new data and model are a start, he says, but more work needs to be done to understand the physics behind the rule.

Such studies may come along soon, because the capabilities of a now-upgraded VLA and the ALMA telescope in Chile, plus the SCUBA-2 survey in Hawaii, “are finally giving us the data and statistics we need. This is going to change our understanding of dense cores and the embedded stars within them,” Sadavoy said.



Increased UVB Effecting Insect Sight, Pollinators Disappearing Globally (382)

As the Sun begins it’s 400 year cycle of lowered activity, a change in UV out would also be expected with this energy output reduction. It seem that an increase in UV-B is now affecting bees, ants and flies globally altering their daylight activities such as feeding and reproduction. The UV spectrum is becoming so intense that insects that are active during the day are seeking shelter for the intense shift in their visual spectrum. Since they don’t see in Infrared they cannot forage at night and are starving because they cannot access a food source. This is not a good sign as we need these insects to pollinate our crops. Without these pollinators crop yield will decrease along with losses due to out so season weather. This is unexpected side effect of the new mini ice age. reduction in pollinators.

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Podcast Lee Wheelbarger http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/adapt
Bees see differently http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetec…
Insect Color Vision http://indianapublicmedia.org/amoment…
6 Animals That Can See or Glow in Ultraviolet Light https://www.theatlantic.com/technolog…
Bees See Ultraviolet light http://www.timmytelescope.com/outreac…
A-region ultraviolet light attracts insects http://iguflytrap.co.nz/uvlight.html
How to Kill Insects with Visible Light http://www.realclearscience.com/journ…
Attraction of insects to light sources at night https://link.springer.com/article/10….
Colored Ultraviolet Fluorescent Lamps http://donklipstein.com/f-spec.html
Lethal effects of short-wavelength visible light on insects https://www.nature.com/articles/srep0…
Repel insects with LED http://luxreview.com/article/2015/07/…
Insect reactions to light and its applications to pest management https://link.springer.com/article/10….
Temporal Trends in Satellite-Derived Erythemal UVB and Implications for Ambient Sun Exposure Assessment file:///C:/Users/user/Downloads/ijerph-14-00176-v2.pdf
NASA Net Radiation https://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/Glo…

http://www.geoengineeringwatch.org/a-… http://www.geoengineeringwatch.org/wp…
Sunburned Whales http://www.nbcnews.com/id/40108686/ns…
Sunburned dolphin http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-scotland-h…

Birkeland Currents Glowing in Earth’s Skies as the Atmosphere Electrifies Further (379)

Just one month after “Steve” a new type of plasma streamer in glow mode due to strong electrification in Earth’s atmosphere in April 2017, that never before observed phenomenon is back again, but this time the intensity is so strong that the field aligned currents are visible twisting in the skies. Follow that with ground to sky lightning and sprites, blue ionospheric lightning all while we still have a 6x increase in intensity ramp up into the grand solar minimum.

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Sky to ground Lightning https://www.sott.net/article/351557-G…
Max Olson https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FqnQX…
A violent thunderstorm ripped through the Acadian Peninsula, northeastern corner of New Brunswick, Canada on Thursday night, May 18, 2017, https://watchers.news/2017/05/19/majo…
http://spaceweather.com/ May 23rd
Ground to sky lightning
Rare ‘sprites’ photographed beside Southern Lights http://www.bbc.com/news/world-austral…
An astronaut has recorded a ‘first of its kind’ video of mysterious blue jets of electricity http://www.businessinsider.com/blue-j…
Ville’s research http://www.villesresearch.com/ether.html

Stereo Ahead COR2 Anomaly Captures 2016 – 2017

The Stereo Ahead COR2 Camera is situated on an Earth Launched Satellite currently on the other side of our Sun. It serves a similar purpose to the S.O.H.O. Satellite at Point L1; i.e. monitoring the Sun for dangerous CME’s etc… In both cases the Sun is blocked out by the Central Black Disk so we can view said CME’s in better detail.
Stereo Ahead COR2 is roughly 180 million miles from us at any given time. Occasionally these satellites catch space anomalies or ufos, unidentified flying objects flying past.
Here is a collection from the past few months complete with anomalies.
Author Streetcap1 Channel YouTube.


Note: More evidence of massive Spheres in our solar system.
Three unidentified objects seen on the other side of our Sun about 180 million miles away – caught by the COR2 Satellite Camera.
LINK – https://stereo-ssc.nascom.nasa.gov/br…

Advanced Civilization May Have Lived in Our Solar System Before Us, Scientist Says

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You probably aren’t familiar with the name Jason T. Wright, but you’re probably familiar with his work. He’s the Penn State astronomer who put out the theory that there may be an alien megastructure being built around a star that is 1,500 light years away. That strange star must have given him a few ideas, because Wright has just published a paper that suggests there could have been an advanced civilization in our solar system before humans emerged.

He believes that “A prior indigenous technological species might have arisen on ancient Earth or another body, such as a pre-greenhouse Venus or a wet Mars.” However, the real crux of his paper is not just if there was an advanced race here before humans emerged, but how we would go about finding evidence of this hypothetical species.

That’s because in all likelihood, any trace of an advanced civilization from millions, or even billions of years ago, would be long gone. If there were a civilization on Venus; a planet that used to be far more habitable than it is now, a resurfacing event that occurred between 300-500 million years ago would have utterly destroyed all evidence of that civilization. On Earth, the gradual shift of our planet’s tectonic plates would have also destroyed any evidence.

So where would we find any of what Wright calls “technosignatures” from millions of years ago?

He argues that there may be some underground structures in certain locations that would be protected from periodic asteroid strikes. “Remaining indigenous technosignatures might be expected to be extremely old, limiting the places they might still be found to beneath the surfaces of Mars and the moon, or in the outer solar system.”

He added that “Such structures would be expected to fall into disrepair, especially if its creators are absent,” but their technological nature would still be recognizable. He also believes that we should be looking into the asteroid belt, where we might find space probes, mining facilities, or even ancient settlements.

Though most scientists probably don’t think that an advanced species existed in this solar system before we emerged here, Wright makes a pretty good case for looking in our own backyard. After all, if one advanced species evolved here, then it’s much more likely that other advanced species lived here in the past.

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2.5 Million mph *Solar Wind* grabs Earth! | Compresses Shields-Quake Outbreak! MrMBB333

Seems as though some large scale events took place today on our little planet. Earth prevailed, but she was trying to tell us today on many different occasions that she was dealing with something big…and sure enough, she was!

New NASA Discovery –“Our Sun and Planets Surrounded by a Gigantic Round Magnetic Field That Fills the Solar System”




New data from NASA’s Cassini mission, combined with measurements from the two Voyager spacecraft and NASA’s Interstellar Boundary Explorer, or IBEX, suggests that our sun and planets are surrounded by a giant, rounded system of magnetic field from the sun—calling into question the alternate view of the solar magnetic fields trailing behind the sun in the shape of a long comet tail.

In the image above, from top left and going counter clockwise, the stars shown are LLOrionis, BZ Cam and Mira.

The sun releases a constant outflow of magnetic solar material—called the solar wind—that fills the inner solar system, reaching far past the orbit of Neptune. This solar wind creates a bubble, some 23 billion miles across, called the heliosphere. Our entire solar system, including the heliosphere, moves through interstellar space.
The prevalent picture of the heliosphere was one of comet-shaped structure, with a rounded head and an extended tail. But new data covering an entire 11-year solar activity cycle show that may not be the case: the heliosphere may be rounded on both ends, making its shape almost spherical. A paper on these results was published in Nature Astronomy on April 24, 2017.

“Instead of a prolonged, comet-like tail, this rough bubble-shape of the heliosphere is due to the strong interstellar magnetic field—much stronger than what was anticipated in the past—combined with the fact that the ratio between particle pressure and magnetic pressure inside the heliosheath is high,” said Kostas Dialynas, a space scientist at the Academy of Athens in Greece and lead author on the study.




An instrument on Cassini, which has been exploring the Saturn system over a decade, has given scientists crucial new clues about the shape of the heliosphere’s trailing end, often called the heliotail. When charged particles from the inner solar system reach the boundary of the heliosphere, they sometimes undergo a series of charge exchanges with neutral gas atoms from the interstellar medium, dropping and regaining electrons as they travel through this vast boundary region. Some of these particles are pinged back in toward the inner solar system as fast-moving neutral atoms, which can be measured by Cassini.

“The Cassini instrument was designed to image the ions that are trapped in the magnetosphere of Saturn,” said Tom Krimigis, an instrument lead on NASA’s Voyager and Cassini missions based at Johns Hopkins University’s Applied Physics Laboratory in Laurel, Maryland, and an author on the study. “We never thought that we would see what we’re seeing and be able to image the boundaries of the heliosphere.”

Because these particles move at a small fraction of the speed of light, their journeys from the sun to the edge of the heliosphere and back again take years. So when the number of particles coming from the sun changes—usually as a result of its 11-year activity cycle—it takes years before that’s reflected in the amount of neutral atoms shooting back into the solar system.

Cassini’s new measurements of these neutral atoms revealed something unexpected—the particles coming from the tail of the heliosphere reflect the changes in the solar cycle almost exactly as fast as those coming from the nose of the heliosphere.

“If the heliosphere’s ‘tail’ is stretched out like a comet, we’d expect that the patterns of the solar cycle would show up much later in the measured neutral atoms,” said Krimigis.

But because patterns from solar activity show just as quickly in tail particles as those from the nose, that implies the tail is about the same distance from us as the nose. This means that long, comet-like tail that scientists envisioned may not exist at all—instead, the heliosphere may be nearly round and symmetrical.

A rounded heliosphere could come from a combination of factors. Data from Voyager 1 show that the interstellar magnetic field beyond the heliosphere is stronger than scientists previously thought, meaning it could interact with the solar wind at the edges of the heliosphere and compact the heliosphere’s tail.

The structure of the heliosphere plays a big role in how particles from interstellar space—called cosmic rays—reach the inner solar system, where Earth and the other planets are.

“This data that Voyager 1 and 2, Cassini and IBEX provide to the scientific community is a windfall for studying the far reaches of the solar wind,” said Arik Posner, Voyager and IBEX program scientist at NASA Headquarters in Washington, D.C., who was not involved with this study. “As we continue to gather data from the edges of the heliosphere, this data will help us better understand the interstellar boundary that helps shield the Earth environment from harmful cosmic rays.”
The Daily Galaxy via NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center


New phenomenon discovered in the night sky

Posted by on April 21, 2017New phenomenon discovered in the night sky

A new phenomenon seen as a giant purple streak of light in the night sky has been recently discovered and, for lack of a better word, named Steve. Steve was discovered thanks to scientists, citizen scientists, ground-based imagers and ESA’s magnetic field Swarm mission.

Originally thought to be a ‘proton arc,’ this strange feature has captured the attention of scientists and while there is still a lot to learn about it, the electric field instrument aboard Swarm mission has measured it.

Flying through the phenomenon now known as Steve, the temperature 300 km (186 miles) above Earth’s surface jumped by 3 000 °C (5 432 °F) and the data revealed a 25 km (15 miles) wide ribbon of gas flowing westward at about 6 km/s compared to a speed of about 10 m/s at either side of the ribbon.

Speaking at the recent Swarm science meeting in Canada, Eric Donovan from the University of Calgary explained how this new finding couldn’t have happened 20 years ago when he started to study the aurora.

While the shimmering, eerie, light display of auroras might be beautiful and captivating, they are also a visual reminder that Earth is connected electrically to the Sun. A better understanding of the aurora helps to understand more about the relationship between Earth’s magnetic field and the charged atomic particles streaming from the Sun as the solar wind.

“In 1997 we had just one all-sky imager in North America to observe the aurora borealis from the ground,” Donovan said.

“Back then we would be lucky if we got one photograph a night of the aurora taken from the ground that coincides with an observation from a satellite. Now we have many more all-sky imagers and satellite missions like Swarm so we get more than 100 a night.”

And now, social media and citizen scientists also have an increasingly important role.

At a recent talk, Prof. Donovan met with members of Alberta Aurora Chasers, a Facebook group which attracts members of the general public who are interested in the night sky and includes some talented photographers.

Looking at their photographs, Donovan came across something he hadn’t seen before. The group called this strange purple streak of light in the night sky captured in their photographs a ‘proton arc’ but for a number of reasons, including the fact that proton aurora are never visible, he knew this had to be something else. However, nobody knew what it actually was so they decided to put a name to this mystery feature: they called it Steve.

New featured discovered in the night sky - Steve. Copyright: Dave Markel Photography

New featured discovered in the night sky – Steve. Copyright: Dave Markel Photography

While the Aurora Chasers combed through their photos and kept an eye out for the next appearances of Steve, Prof. Donovan and colleagues turned to data from the Swarm mission and his network of all-sky cameras.

“It turns out that Steve is actually remarkably common, but we hadn’t noticed it before. It’s thanks to ground-based observations, satellites, today’s explosion of access to data and an army of citizen scientists joining forces to document it,” Donovan said. “Swarm allows us to measure it and I’m sure will continue to help resolve some unanswered questions.”

“The ground network and the electric and magnetic field measurements made by Swarm are great tools that can be used to better understand Steve. This is a nice example of society for science,” ESA’s Swarm mission scientist, Roger Haagmans, added. “It is amazing how a beautiful natural phenomenon, seen by observant citizens, can trigger scientists’ curiosity.”

Featured image: New feature discovered in the night sky – Steve (previously known as photon arc). Copyright: Dave Markel Photography (via ESA)




*Rare Sky Phenomenon* spotted high above Earth | Measured by SWARM @ 5400 degrees F!

Sun goes crazy! Stationary camera shows multiple intense bright pulsations! ~ MrMBB333

Note: Over the last few months these solar flashing events have been seen in different parts of the world, including twice here in Hawaii. Interesting times…indeed


April 21, 2017: I am sharing with you what was shared with me. A viewer was observing a Spain skycam, when all of the sudden the Sun appears to go into this intense huge flaring mode. Rapidly pulsating in the monitor of the camera. The viewer who watches the cameras often was VERY surprised by this. She grabbed he phone and began recording her iPad that was displaying the Spain skycam in hopes of this event happening again….it did, a few more times that you will see in the video. (This individual watches these cameras quite often so is not new to these instruments).


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Observing the Frontier – Who is Taking Aliens Seriously?

From Harvard to Vanderbilt, the concept of strange signals from space is being taking seriously. It is a gratification to our team’s work to bring this evidence into the forefront. More than that, they have extrapolated exciting theories into how the strange signals we have received might be interpreted – from laser light / all sky emissions to the simple functioning of Type 2 or Type 3 civilization transportation systems – the evidence is mounting.

I join my friend and colleague for an intellectual discussion regarding the latest in ET research at the 2017 Observing the Frontier conference. We also discuss new and bizarre correlations to the mathematical properties of FRBs, as well as the statistical improbabilities that the laser signals we are receiving could be correlated to the ever dwindling list of natural source hypotheses.

*Hot Light* | UV reading | March 7, 2017 MrMBB333

Ed. Note: Hot sun, hot light etc…these readings are associated with chemtrails. I live in Hawaii where the sun bears down hard, but until recently, haven’t been able to relate to the kind of skin burning and blinding white hot sun people on the mainland are reporting. Normally our skies are chemtrail free. But, in late Feb thru the first few days of March, Hawaii was blanketed, literally drenched with some of the worst chemtrails I’ve ever seen from satellite images.

They were carried over the islands in the “rivers of precipitation” systems that have been pounding the west coast. When the rains cleared last week they left huge plumes of chemtrails in the air & atmosphere, turning our normally beautiful, natural skys into blurred, fake cloud landscapes. Thick milky film in the air that left a chalky, metallic film in our nostrils, mouth and throat, all leading to respiratory issues.

In addition, the sun was blazing white hot on the skin, within 60secs of exposure to solar rays. I’m also a sun gazer and couldn’t even glimpse towards the sun because it was so bright, white hot. Now that the chemtrails have dissipated the sun feels good on my skin again and no problem with early morning sun gazing. Based on my observations and direct experience, all the metals in the atmosphere are causing the problems MrMBB333 is reporting. I also haven’t seen ANY bleached signs here as noted in previous video’s – these are obviously manmade, problematic weather anomaly’s. Blessings, {~A~}


March 7, 2017: UV Index measurement at 1:00 pm MST was exactly how it felt..hot! Outside temperature a mere 74 degrees. Overall, conditions were nice except if you were in the direct sunlight which felt metaphorically speaking “hot” or “sharp”…was intense, just as the instrument showed

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