Cool Video of the Day

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  1. HardOCP News

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    I know this may look like a regular ol' supercell lightning storm but, if you watch real close towards the end of the video, it's aliens. The guy doesn't say it in the video description but you and I both know...it's aliens.
     
  2. rezerekted

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    Wow, I've never seen anything like that during a storm.
     
  3. the-one1

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    The red looks like sprites, electrical discharges that shoots up from the cloud into the upper atmosphere.
     
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    Change your brand of cigarettes
     
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    ....exactly what an alien would say. ;)
     
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    All part of the simulation according to Elon Musk. :D
     
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  7. GaryJohnson

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    Are you under Reptilian mind-control Steve? This is obviously part of their disinformation campaign.
     
  8. Tiberian

    Tiberian DILLIGAFuck

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    Brings to mind the end of the rebooted TV series "V" actually because they ended it on a sequence known as "Red Sky" where their ships released a mist of some material that turned the skies worldwide into a reddish hue.

    But that's just what I got from the video, who knows. :D
     
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    One of the mission duties of STS-107 (the final tragic flight of Columbia) was to study such phenomenon: sprites and Transient Ionospheric Glow Emissions in Red (TIGER).

    Nova had a great program about atmospheric events a year or two ago. Ah, here 'tis: