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Mysterious plume detected in New Mexico

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Weather experts have been baffled by a mysterious plume that erupted over a missile testing site.

The plume first appeared last Monday over the White Sands Missile Range in New Mexico which is close to where the first atomic bomb was detonated back in 1945.

Read More: http://www.unexplained-mysteries.com/news/264185/mysterious-plume-detected-in-new-mexico

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6.6.6

A display to Mr Putin

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Merc14

What the articles don't sauy is that if a nuclear weapon had been exploded every geiger counter in at least a 5 state area would've recorded it.

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Merc14

And so again I give you the radiation tracking center.

I didn't even know that existed. Thanks! It shows things as normal in that area.

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paperdyer

Shall we speculate/venture a guess that a previous nulclear explosion broke the time barrier and showed itself now? I guess it would be more palsible if there was some sign of increased radiation.

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Calibeliever

I have to say at first glance my reaction was "nothing to see here". We see storms pop-up like this all the time across this region and the mid-west. They seemingly materialize out of nowhere. It wasn't until I read that it was definitely not a rain event that I scratched my head.

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Merc14

Godzilla waking up, finally, from the Trinity blast?

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OverSword

Shall we speculate/venture a guess that a previous nulclear explosion broke the time barrier and showed itself now?

I had that same thought. Great minds think alike I guess.

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Taun

I was stationed at White Sands years ago... Believe me.. there is NO WAY to have a secret nuclear burst there... Also, with El Paso directly South, Alamogordo to the East, Las Cruces to the West and Albuquerque to the North, it is not a safe place

to have this type of explosion... No matter which way the wind blows it would affect a large metro area... Besides, WSMR (White Sands Missile Range) is just that.. a Missile Range... Not a nuclear test site (at least, not any more)...

Also seismologists from this half of the world would have detected it...

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Calibeliever

It is surprisingly difficult to find a map of weather fronts from a week ago. I'm still leaning toward weather event.

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CRYSiiSx2

Hmm... can't seem to find news about this on any reliable source whatsoever. Daily Mail doesn't count.

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theotherguy

Is there a safe handling limit or critical mass for New Mexico roasted chiles? Those things are HOT!

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Hawkin

No wonder cancer is high, That crap gets in the atmosphere.

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stereologist

That's not the plume in the photo. Did people think it was?

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stereologist

The actual plume can be seen here. The mushroom cloud in the photo is not the plume.

http://www.dailymail...s_campaign=1490

There have been been no eyewitness reports or photographs of the plume, and no official statements from agencies involved in either missile testing or geology.

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Duchess Gummybuns

Roswell 2: Electric Boogaloo.

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SurgeTechnologies

The actual plume can be seen here. The mushroom cloud in the photo is not the plume.

http://www.dailymail...s_campaign=1490

Well whatever this is, it doesn't look good..

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pallidin

It's a DOD missile testing site. Why all the fuss?

Could be anything from a "new-generation" air-to-surface missile, a storage depot accidental explosion, or a weird weather phenom.

Just some thoughts.

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White Unicorn

Has anyone thought about why the so called weather event is being called a plume?

Volcano....

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Volcanic_plume

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kapow53

I lived and worked out there they have stuff blowin up all the time

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Hawkin

Surely if it was an atomic blast an earthquake center would have picked it up.

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g00dfella

Surely if it was an atomic blast an earthquake center would have picked it up.

Or the radiation center...

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Uncle Sam

Besides it shows no Radcon 2 Rising Radiation or Radcon 3 Elevated Radiation no where near the plume was seen, if something did happen and I wouldn't feel too safe to see it so close to home. If you take notice of the Radiation Map, you will notice U.S. and Japan have the highest radiation levels in the whole world. That doesn't mean we are conducting nuclear testing, most countries don't have the radiation measurements like U.S. and Japan does.

On a side note: I never notice how far out Hawaii is in the Pacific Ocean, how did humans manage to migrate there or find these islands?

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