Saturday, August 27, 2011

Mysterious bubble over Beijing skies mystifies observers

Scientists are baffled as panicked Chinese upload photos of phenomenon. Report by Jeremy Barnes.


JungleApocalyse (lol) says:
"It was quite a sight over the skies of Beijing Thursday. A mysterious bubble cloud of sorts caught the attention of many in the city. The seemingly unique phenomenon has become somewhat of a hit on the Internet. Photos were posted online of a mysteriously huge bubble cloud over the skies of Beijing and surrounding areas Thursday, which raised concerns and discussions among netizens. “At first, it’s relatively small and bright, the upper part is something like a semi-circle, a spherical ring of light, it’s obviously becoming bigger and bigger then.” When the observation team set their instruments at the bubble, it gradually became bigger and thinner. The entire occurrence lasted for less than 15 minutes. Observers took pictures of the whole process and posted them online."

More strange things in the skies. UFO's, weird clouds, Norway spirals, and now a plasma cloud. Interesting! The signs of imminent intrusion into our lives by Jesus Christ Almighty are getting more common and more noticeable. Just like birth pangs.

5 comments:

  1. Looks like the one that happened over Hawaii a while back
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D2r_tyDZGw4

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  2. Could it be water droplets reflecting moonlight in a different way?

    I recently saw something sort of similar on APOD the other day: http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap110824.html

    Whatever it is though, I agree that it's really cool (unless it's demonic..)

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  3. So, why is so much more of this happening in China now? Or are they just more open about it? There have been a lot of UFO reports in the West, but no airports have been closed and you never hear of "observation teams" checking something out while it's happening, like they were ready and waiting for it. I wonder what the Chinese are up to?

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  4. Some people have proposed that it may have been a military shield. That notion came on the heels of news reports this week (http://www.nytimes.com/2011/08/25/world/25military.html) that China's military is growing and getting so strong it could destabilize the region. China rejected our assessment of their military.

    However, the report cited China's launch of an anti-ship ballistic missile, work on an embryonic aircraft carrier program and development of a prototype of China's first stealth fighter jet, which was publicly unveiled in January during a visit to Beijing by then U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates. Not to mention their threats (and likely execution) of sophisticated cyberattacks.

    So it may have been a shield. Or not. Hard to tell with China.

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