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Yesterday at about 3pm central time and again at about 9-10pm a very
unusual cloud pattern showed up on radar. There is a line pointing to St
Charles, MO extending up towards and through southwest Iowa. Despite the
clouds moving around it and away from it, this narrow line does not move,
only build strength and fade away. Clouds pass through the line, but the
line, ruler straight, stays put. Both time frames it is in exactly the same
position and angle and width. Stories of the HAARP antenna come to mind.
This does not appear natural.

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On Mon, 4 Jul 2011 16:31:36 -0500, Michael Dobony wrote:

Yesterday at about 3pm central time and again at about 9-10pm a very
unusual cloud pattern showed up on radar. There is a line pointing to St
Charles, MO extending up towards and through southwest Iowa. Despite the
clouds moving around it and away from it, this narrow line does not move,
only build strength and fade away. Clouds pass through the line, but the
line, ruler straight, stays put. Both time frames it is in exactly the same
position and angle and width. Stories of the HAARP antenna come to mind.
This does not appear natural.


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Michael Dobony wrote in news:ild93mrti8k8
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Yesterday at about 3pm central time and again at about 9-10pm a very
unusual cloud pattern showed up on radar. There is a line pointing to St
Charles, MO extending up towards and through southwest Iowa. Despite the
clouds moving around it and away from it, this narrow line does not move,
only build strength and fade away. Clouds pass through the line, but the
line, ruler straight, stays put. Both time frames it is in exactly the same
position and angle and width. Stories of the HAARP antenna come to mind.
This does not appear natural.


Did it happen at local sunset (or sunrise)? Was the line in the direction
of the setting sun? If so, then the radar is 'seeing' the sun.

I've observed this on the national radar loop. All the radars with a line
pointing in the same direction, groups of them moving from east to west
and the terminator crosses the nation.

These are known as sun spikes. The radar is picking up electromagnetic
interferrence from the sun.

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