3/30/2012 — Giant plume of something in Arkansas — no video analysis — just a shot of the event

watch the video here:

here are the coordinates of the general plume epicenter.. SULPHUR MOUNTAIN… hmm… 36° 5’37.42″N , 93° 2’18.12″W

Since when do “control burns” cause shockwaves or mini-storm fronts? .. borderline plume fallout —to me, it looks like an ash pyroclastic flow from above.. whatever it is.. it plumes up and then billows out.. and then becomes top heavy and “falls out” into a “flow” .. much like an ash cloud during an eruption would do.

no analysis — you can form your own opinion on what this is… at this point.. im tired of being the whipping boy for delivering the video on the occurrence .. you decide for yourself.. you think this is a fire.. fine.. you think this is a thunderstorm.. fine.. you think this is military testing.. fine.. you think this is volcanic activity.. fine.. you think this is related to fracking.. fine.. you think this is just a foggy day.. FINE…

whatever.. Im just showing you whats on satellite that stands out as odd.

Seen on 1km VISIBLE Satellite view of Arkansas — 3/30/2012 — http://weather.cod.edu/satrad/index.php

3/30/2012 — Giant plume of something in Arkansas — no video analysis — just a shot of the event

watch the video here:

here are the coordinates of the general plume epicenter.. SULPHUR MOUNTAIN… hmm… 36° 5’37.42″N , 93° 2’18.12″W

Since when do “control burns” cause shockwaves or mini-storm fronts? .. borderline plume fallout —to me, it looks like an ash pyroclastic flow from above.. whatever it is.. it plumes up and then billows out.. and then becomes top heavy and “falls out” into a “flow” .. much like an ash cloud during an eruption would do.

no analysis — you can form your own opinion on what this is… at this point.. im tired of being the whipping boy for delivering the video on the occurrence .. you decide for yourself.. you think this is a fire.. fine.. you think this is a thunderstorm.. fine.. you think this is military testing.. fine.. you think this is volcanic activity.. fine.. you think this is related to fracking.. fine.. you think this is just a foggy day.. FINE…

whatever.. Im just showing you whats on satellite that stands out as odd.

Seen on 1km VISIBLE Satellite view of Arkansas — 3/30/2012 — http://weather.cod.edu/satrad/index.php

3/30/2012 — Giant plume of something in Arkansas — no video analysis — just a shot of the event

watch the video here:

here are the coordinates of the general plume epicenter.. SULPHUR MOUNTAIN… hmm… 36° 5’37.42″N , 93° 2’18.12″W

Since when do “control burns” cause shockwaves or mini-storm fronts? .. borderline plume fallout —to me, it looks like an ash pyroclastic flow from above.. whatever it is.. it plumes up and then billows out.. and then becomes top heavy and “falls out” into a “flow” .. much like an ash cloud during an eruption would do.

no analysis — you can form your own opinion on what this is… at this point.. im tired of being the whipping boy for delivering the video on the occurrence .. you decide for yourself.. you think this is a fire.. fine.. you think this is a thunderstorm.. fine.. you think this is military testing.. fine.. you think this is volcanic activity.. fine.. you think this is related to fracking.. fine.. you think this is just a foggy day.. FINE…

whatever.. Im just showing you whats on satellite that stands out as odd.

Seen on 1km VISIBLE Satellite view of Arkansas — 3/30/2012 — http://weather.cod.edu/satrad/index.php

3/29/2012 — Tornadoes , Hail, Damaging winds = TX, OK, KS, MO, NE, IA, WI, MN, IL, LA

watch the video alert here:

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screenshot from intellicast 840pm CDT 3/29/2012:

Several pockets of severe weather have broken out in the areas named earlier today … in the midwest — Kansas, Oklahoma, Missouri, Nebraska, Iowa, Wisconsin, Minnesota, North and South Dakota …. damaging winds, hail, and possible tornadoes.

The NWS has issued tornado watch alerts for East Kansas , northwest Missouri, Southeast Nebraska, and Southwest Iowa.

Texas, (especially south texas).. and Louisiana– both are seeing large severe cells develop this evening (3/29/2012) — be aware that large hail and damaging winds are associated with these storms.

We are seeing TWO small low pressure systems spin off — one is south over Louisiana.. the other is north over Minnesota … in between we are seeing the severe weather.

Use this link — I have assembled dozens of weather monitoring sites for you to stay up to date on severe weather internationally:

https://sincedutch.wordpress.com/2012/02/12/2122012-weather-monitoring-links-satellite-and-radar-for-usa-and-world/

3/27/2012 — Dozens of plumes erupt – 10 states at the same time -1815UTC / 215pm CDT on March 26 2012

watch the video here:

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A series of coinciding eruptive events .. dozens of plumes.. all appear / erupt at the same time … 1815 UTC / 215CDT on 3/26/2012 .. Viewable throughout the south, midwest, and southwest USA — Texas, Oklahoma, Missouri, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, Florida, South Carolina, and North Carolina… possibly more that I did not cover in this video .

The chances of having THIS MANY WILDFIRES pop up at once sometime right before 215pm CDT — these chances are astronomical if not on the edge of borderline IMPOSSIBLE (imo)……

Approx plume locations in Arkansas : 34°45’6.81″N , 94°11’0.39″W

35°35’56.03″N , 93°26’56.25″W

34°37’6.85″N , 93°41’3.64″W

34°59’14.25″N , 93°12’37.80″W

35°10’37.07″N , 93°35’56.10″W

approx plume locations in missouri :

37° 5’34.58″N , 91°11’30.85″W

36°54’29.07″N , 91° 6’46.49″W

approx plume locations in oklahoma :

36°22’42.98″N , 94°57’6.55″W

34° 7’25.90″N , 94°56’56.67″W

approx plume locations in texas:

33°47’4.99″N , 95°56’28.75″W

There are MANY more in Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, South Carolina, and North Carolina.

The way to find the plume epicenter is simple, using college of dupage — turn on the “county map overlay”.. then pause the image as you see the plumes erupt.. then using google earth http://earth.google.com .. match up the areas using the county lines as marks from which to measure the approximate origin point of the plumes.

Be aware of a possible earthquake ramification for this event.

I’m sure you’ve heard of the recent “rumble” and “underground explosion” reports around the USA… Wisconsin and Georgia are two examples… I think these events may actually all be related.

Personally, first hand account from my wife and I… yesterday (3/26/2012).. we felt several “rumbles” on the south side of Saint Louis Missouri… especially this afternoon. NOT a jet… clearly from the ground only… made a few things shake. I checked the charts and NOTHING showed at the CERI/SLU helicorder located at St. Louis University in downtown StL.

Did we “feel” the eruption of the event in southeast missouri today? I’m waiting to see if others report anything similar.. but the times sure match.

To see the other events and proof for their craton / volcanic / deep earth origin.. here is a link below:


https://sincedutch.wordpress.com/2012/03/24/3242012-volcanic-plume-erupts-from-new-mexico-dormant-volcano/

Seen on college of dupage GOES visible satellite view — 2km or 1km Visibile — link is here:

you can still view it real time here as of 1211am CDT 3/27/2012 : http://weather.cod.edu/satrad/index.php

back dated GOES satellite images can be viewed here if the above is no longer available:

http://www.goes.noaa.gov/srcheast.html

http://www.goes.noaa.gov/