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Recent lunar eclipse reveals a sign of global cooling in the atmosphere

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Recent lunar eclipse reveals a sign of global cooling in the atmosphere

by Dr. Richard Keen, via spaceweather.com (h/t to Leif Svalgaard)

On Sept. 27th, millions of people around the world watched the Moon pass through the shadow of our planet. Most agreed that the lunar eclipse was darker than usual. Little did they know, they were witnessing a sign of global cooling. But only a little.

https://wattsupwiththat.files.wordpress.com/2015/10/supermoon-eclipse.jpg?w=720&h=414

Atmospheric scientist Richard Keen of the University of Colorado explains: “Lunar eclipses tell us a lot about the transparency of Earth’s atmosphere. When the stratosphere is clogged with volcanic ash and other aerosols, lunar eclipses tend to be dark red. On the other hand, when the stratosphere is relatively clear, lunar eclipses are bright orange.”

 

Continue reading : It's kinda interesting : http://wattsupwiththat.com/2015/10/06/recent-lunar-eclipse-reveals-a-sign-of-global-cooling-in-the-atmosphere/

It's better that reading about some shooting or other lie ....

 

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So much for that global warming propaganda crap huh?

SOLOMON

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Do these events just happen or are they controlled by program? The four seasons could be a program, giving continuity to all organic life, constant predictable change. There's a gov report on owning the weather,,,it's not much of a stretch that the planet is owned as well.

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Hi Mom.

Ever hear of Charles Fort?

Check him out.

He said Earth is property.

Could be.

Luv.

SOLOMON

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