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We are in the middle of  nice Summer thunderstorm right now here in Greenville, SC.  That last bolt shook the house.   Umm, will someone please give Mutha Nature a calendar and a pair of reading glasses.  This has been the wettest winter I can recall in at least the last decade.    :help:

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Precipitation for 2018 was 67.96 inches, which as 20.77 inches above normal.  Precipitation for January of 2019 was 5.53 inches.  Although the rain is annoying, it is nowhere near the record high of 78.85 inches in 1901 (or the record low of 31.08 inches in 2007).  South Carolina was settled in1670 but there aren't any precipitation records before 1883.  Did it just not rain here until 1883? :irked:



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I've really done it this time

My equations ****ed with the weather on a global scale.


And I'm not just saying that because it went from literally over 60 degrees to snowing here. That can happen in February, I'm saying that because the same thing happened in early summer of last year. It snowed in the summer here. These two events, the one last summer and the one this winter, weren't but a few months apart. Not to mention the North Pole changed location this month I believe.


We have winter like that every other year or so here in soggy South Carolina.  You must be on the same side of the jet stream as me.



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Literally never happened before. In fact the weather has been the same since spring of 2018 except a little colder on average but shits in the air here. Population seemed to go up radically.


Not going to get into the plasma flashes I saw in the sky a few months ago. They behaved like shooting stars but this went on for too long, like close to 20 minutes. It was all in one location, the flashes seemed to fizzle down toward the earth, thin out, and vanish each time.


Isn't that referred to as "Chain Lightning"?

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They curved toward the earth, they were black but had a clearly spherical shape unlike lightning, and when they curved toward the earth they looked how a deflating balloon just fizzles put like "bwwweh" like a dud.


My dad saw them too. They were off in the night sky. These types of UFOs are actually common, they're called night fliers I think


There's also the Texas Lubbock for reference as to what they looked like there's a picture.


That sounds like "Ball Lightning".



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That's a human made of nanorobots, he didn't upload his mind into a seperate being on a computer screen, he went ahead and opted for the in vivo method. That flame around his head, is plasma from the micro kugelblitz alcubierre craft generating plasma as it warps through air molecules. :bow:


I am sorry, but there is no plausible theory that allows anything to exceed the speed of light. 



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