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clouds systems and power lines
« on: November 08, 2010, 17:02:42 »

clouds systems and power lines


cloud systems and layers are connected to each other in an Electric Universe. energy/power flows and exchanges between them and between the earth and the rest of the Electric Universe.

in these photographs shown in this post there are 2 clear areas clear of cloud in 1 layer but above that layer there is a line of cloud connecting them both.

you can see in the above image that there are lines going into or our of the start/end of the first hole.

some questions are ... are the holes their because of the clouds or are the clouds their because of the hole? is the hole a lack of energy or due to energy? are the holes the power or exchange point?

cloud layers are connected and for an example you can see images of Altocumulus perlucidus clouds invading the sky



the higher layer of cloud appears to be like a power line connecting the 2 holes. if you look closely at the photo on the right it even seems as if the clouds below the power line are slightly different to the rest of the layer of clouds around it


here the power line connects to the other hole


this strange single large cloud is found above where there is a smaller hole in the clouds. it does not appear to be the top of a mountain as other mountains seen in the area poking through did not have a cloud above them or created a line away from them.

is it an energy point?



here is the the end of the 2nd hole in the cloud layer and you can see the cloud streamers or lines going to its edge - either putting in or taking out energy into the cloud system?


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cloud system and energy transfer
« Reply #1 on: November 08, 2010, 17:17:35 »
cloud system and energy transfer


great cloud lines and system, the brighter whiter cloud line seems to be making a circle or connecting across the lines going the other way

which cloud is there because of the other? or is 1 suddenly becoming visible because of energy exchange/transfer between the layers but was always there? similar to the crab clouds "suddenly" appearing in the sky?

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clouds systems and shadows
« Reply #2 on: November 08, 2010, 17:57:56 »

clouds systems and shadows


thick cloud system layer that suddenly starts to change. above this cloud layer to the left is a higher layer of cloud casting a shadow - on to where the lower layer of cloud starts to change.

is this a variation of the shy white horses effect seen on our seas?


in the photograph above you can see at the top of the image to the right the upper layer of cloud and how it has formed a line (sunlight on either side of it)


these photographs show that band of cloud and how different it appears to the lower cloud level





Electric Universe cloud systems and shadows show that the earth does indeed have a global electric weather system


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Re: clouds systems and power lines
« Reply #3 on: November 09, 2010, 04:54:12 »
electrobleme,
                I often marvel at the clouds, and ponder on why so much water is up there?
I detect layers of opposite direction flows.
If You look at clouds on a bright still day You can see the flat bases to the clouds, this imho reveals the layering that exists in circulations around this planet.
The water is not rising up, it is attracted to opposite areas of attraction, and this occurs due to charge in the evaporating water been opposite to layers higher in the atmosphere.
Then as these circulation encounter totally opposite regions the water is then attracted back to the surface flows.
When huge differences build up in these layers they discharge across and we call it lightening.
Kevin