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2015 06-19 Asperitas cloud type

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Published on Jun 18, 2015

So we have a new cloud type, "Asperitas" something that just wasn't in the cloud atlas books 40 years ago.. http://blog.metoffice.gov.uk/2015/06/... So, was this formation, this type of cloud always a cloud or something of a rather recent appearance. Say, something that is a result of manipulating the energies in the atmosphere? I say the latter. So after seeing the above post on my Facebook page today I went digging through my time lapse archive, I've got to have some video of this stuff, I thought to my self. Yup! There it its. Now, the video is a bit overexposed, as I had more of the dark mountain in frame than the sky at the time, I was trying to keep the sun out of the sensor as well. Never the less, we see this cloud forming and become a manufactured lenticular cloud type over the Sangre de Cristo mountains during late July 2011. Not a time when lenticulars are going to come to gather naturally. SO, a cloud that shows up when eh ether, the Orgone of the atmosphere is HIGHLY EXCITED.

Have a look. Untimely I found many many of these types examples of "Asperitas" in my archives

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