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I’m not sure I’ve ever started a thread here…. And this will not be much of one. I’m better at math and woodworking.

 

I didn’t see this posted and I think it’s really dang interesting.

 

this is the ny post link and video. I used it because the only link I found that used the phone video with this detail.

https://nypost.com/video/mysterious-tower-of-light-hovers-like-a-ufo-in-the-sky/amp/

There is a weather phenomena called a fallhole or something (sorry I’m old) and I don’t really believe that is what we are witnessing in this video.

 

ufo???

not for me.

 

but I’d like to read all of your thoughts.

 

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8 minutes ago, Nobu said:

I’m not sure I’ve ever started a thread here…. And this will not be much of one. I’m better at math and woodworking.

 

I didn’t see this posted and I think it’s really dang interesting.

 

this is the ny post link and video. I used it because the only link I found that used the phone video with this detail.

https://nypost.com/video/mysterious-tower-of-light-hovers-like-a-ufo-in-the-sky/amp/

There is a weather phenomena called a fallhole or something (sorry I’m old) and I don’t really believe that is what we are witnessing in this video.

 

ufo???

not for me.

 

but I’d like to read all of your thoughts.

 

Hi Nobu

I had never heard of them before and did a quick search and will give a link as they are interesting.

https://www.weather.gov/arx/why_fallstreaks

Fallstreaks

What are they?

A fallstreak hole (also known as a "hole punch cloud") is a large circular or elliptical gap that can appear in cirrocumulus or altocumulus clouds.

How do they form?

High to mid level clouds, such as altocumulus, are often composed of tiny water droplets that are much colder than freezing, but have yet to freeze. These "supercooled" water droplets need a "reason" to freeze, which usually comes in the form of ice crystals. Planes passing through the cloud layer can bring these ice crystals.

Once the ice crystals are introduced, the water droplet quickly freeze, grow and start to fall. A hole is left behind, which will start to expand outward as neighboring droplets start to freeze.

The images below are from fallstreaks that developed on November 1, 2014 - contributed through facebook and twitter.

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Houston, MN - Jamie Vix Houston, MN - Lisa Shultz La Crosse, WI - Maddie Schlittler Minnesota City, MN - Tricia Duren
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Rochester, MN - Grant Sherwin Winona, MN - Jay Burros Winona, MN - Jay Burros
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On Sept 8, a huge white light column shone through the sky in Shenyang, Liaoning. According to experts from the Meteorological Bureau, the light beam is a rare natural phenomenon formed by sunlight passing through the aperture of the cloud and causing refraction and scattering.

 

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