Are clever clouds getting brighter? Some (all?) of it seems linked to our plasma stars activity and the Sun Earth connections.
The Noctilucent clouds (polar mesospheric clouds) have been getting bigger and brighter since the 1980s/1990s, when we started to scientifically observe them.
DeLand, an atmospheric scientist with Science Systems and Applications Inc. and NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center, has found that polar mesospheric clouds are forming more frequently and becoming brighter. He has been observing the clouds in data from Solar Backscatter Ultraviolet instruments that have been flown on satellites since 1978. The graph shows how the brightness of the clouds has changed in the Northern Hemisphere.
For reasons no one fully understands, the brightness wiggles up and down in step with solar activity, with fewer clouds forming when the Sun is most active.
The biggest variability is in the far north. Underlying the changes caused by the Sun, however, is a trend toward brighter clouds.
Night-Shining Clouds are Getting Brighter | Earth Observatory NASA
And there are more of them now. Watch out for them.
Everything Is Electric?
There are a number of main problems or questions for evolution theory. New evidence or interpretations of studies will continually bring further issues and perhaps modification...
If the Big Bang theory and dark stuff theory is correct then what are the odds that humans are alive on planet Earth and in this universe when you have amazing cosmic coinciden...
Recreating outer space plasma systems in the lab is not the latest SAFIRE experiment or more from Anthony Peratt. ... it appears that electric fields may have a significant effe...