FW: Huge ring effect over Australia

From: Andrew Johnson

Date: 2010-01-20 09:18:57

#ygrps-yiv-1674178743 DIV { MARGIN:0px;} Thanks to Anne for the link below. It’s reminiscent of the radar image from Switzerland in May last year (see below) From: Anne Palk-Smith [mailto:palksmith@yahoo.co.u…] Sent: 20 January 2010 06:20To: ad.johnson@ntlworld….Subject: Huge ring effect over Australia Hi Andrew What do you make of this? The Australian Government weather observatory at Kalgoorlie and Giles in Western Australia state that there was no weather to reflect the huge ring effect which appeared on satellite images two days ago and reported on this site. Recent update satellite imagery and the official reply     www.colinandrews.net…    Regards Anne   tech.groups.yahoo.co…   —–Original Message—–From: Frank Da Silva [mailto:crystaleagle@gmail.c…]Sent: 12 May 2009 20:45Subject: Swiss Weather Anomaly – UPDATE Swiss Weather Anomaly – UPDATE A recap from my previous message: On the morning of the 24th of April 2009 employees at MeteoSwiss (Switzerland’s Federal Office of Meteorology and Climatology) got the surprise of their lives. Huge circular fields hovering over Switzerland were picked up by their radars. The question was asked as to whether a massive UFO was in the upper-atmosphere above the scenic mountainous nation or perhaps these circles were signs of an imminent hurricane or maybe some sort of electromagnetic radio frequency/microwave technology is in use to cause such an anomaly.  Felix Schacher, a senior Meteorologist at MeteoSwiss claimed the circles were not UFOs or the signs of a hurricane about to wreak havoc on his country. Mr Schacher told the Swiss news site 20 Minutes

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