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Columbia.

Sky crime and justice will soon happen, they will test thing limitations of sky rights nations have.

Ignore it.

Edit, looks like a cloud microsoft cindy.
Last edited by stratkat at Oct 17, 2015,
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looks like the air pressure is somehow refracting light and creating an optical illusion of a near by city in the sky
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looks like the air pressure is somehow refracting light and creating an optical illusion of a near by city in the sky

okay, but explain magnets
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okay, but explain magnets


something to do with the spin of electrons I think, nobody really knows for sure atm
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#9
Quote by Bladez22
looks like the air pressure is somehow refracting light and creating an optical illusion of a near by city in the sky

If that's the case that's pretty cool, still kinda unnerving. I know I'd lose my shit if I walked outside and saw that .
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If that's the case that's pretty cool, still kinda unnerving. I know I'd lose my shit if I walked outside and saw that .


yeah it'd be really fvcking weird to see. But I'm pretty certain its the air pressure messing with light, which is why it appears to be almost behind the clouds. Clouds often alter air pressures, and air pressure fluctuates loads in a storm (it looks like it was a pretty rainy/stormy day)

I bet there was a crazy pressure band/gradient thing somewhere close to them

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Atmospheric_refraction

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Quote by Bladez22 at #33641324
yeah it'd be really fvcking weird to see. But I'm pretty certain its the air pressure messing with light, which is why it appears to be almost behind the clouds. Clouds often alter air pressures, and air pressure fluctuates loads in a storm (it looks like it was a pretty rainy/stormy day)

I bet there was a crazy pressure band/gradient thing somewhere close to them

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Atmospheric_refraction

in case you're really worried

Nah although I'm a christian, I'm not one of those people that think the world is gonna end any time soon .
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Quote by Bladez22
yeah it'd be really fvcking weird to see. But I'm pretty certain its the air pressure messing with light, which is why it appears to be almost behind the clouds. Clouds often alter air pressures, and air pressure fluctuates loads in a storm (it looks like it was a pretty rainy/stormy day)

I bet there was a crazy pressure band/gradient thing somewhere close to them

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Atmospheric_refraction

in case you're really worried
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#13
Quote by Bladez22 at #33641303
looks like the air pressure is somehow refracting light and creating an optical illusion of a near by city in the sky

yea, I remember reading about something like this before. I mean it was probably on Cracked or whatever, but still....
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