Salen a la luz todas las anomalías geofísicas que censuran las revistas científicas. Evidencias incómodas II.


Hace varios días, publicmos todos los códigos de anomalías astrofísicas. Hoy salen a la luz, todos los códigos de anomalías geofísicas, por los que las publicaciones científicas censuran.

Seguidamente reproducimos los códigos. Su tipificación es muy exhaustiva. Recomendamos una lectura detallada de las mismas. Junto al código aparece la razón por la que se decide ocultar cada evidencia incómoda.

GE ELECTROMAGNETIC PHENOMENA IN THE ATMOSPHERE

GEB RARE RAINBOWS AND ALLIED SPECTRAL PHENOMENA

  • GEB1   Unusual Multiple Rainbows
  • GEB2   Intersecting Rainbows
  • GEB3   Lunar Rainbows with Offset White Arcs and Bows
  • GEB4   Red Rainbows
  • GEB5   Moving Rainbows…
  • GEB6   Solar Rainbows with Offset White Arcs
  • GEB7   Lunar Rainbows Transforming to Disks
  • GEB8   Radial Streaks Crossing Rainbows
  • GEB9   Rainbows Perturbed by Thunder and Lightning
  • GEB10 Anomalous Fogbows…
  • GEB11 Anomalous Dewbows, Cloud bows, Horizontal Rainbows
  • GEB12 Sandbows
  • GEB13 Rainbows Parallel to the Horizon
  • GEB14 Purple Rainbows
  • GEB15 Supernumerary Rainbows
  • GEB16 Prismatic Pillars at the Foot of the Rainbow
  • GEB17 The Dark Space between Primary and Secondary Rainbows
  • GEB18 Grossly Distorted Rainbows
  • GEB19 Rainbows Dividing Sky Colors
  • GEB20 The Odor of the Rainbow
  • Double White Rainbows
  • Tertiary Rainbows
  • Polarization of Rainbow Light
  • Segments of Greyish Light in the Sky
  • Unexplained Dark Lines in the Sky

GEH UNUSUAL HALO DISPLAYS AND CORONAS

  • GEH1   Offset Halos and Anomalous Arcs
  • GEH2   Noncircular Halos
  • GEH3   Extraordinary Mock-Sun and Mock-Moon Displays
  • GEH4   Halos Dividing Sky Colors
  • GEH5   Bishop’s Ring…
  • GEH6   Halos of Unusual Radii
  • GEH7   Jumping and Moving Halos
  • GEH8   Kaleidoscopic Suns
  • GEH9   Skewed and Deformed Halo Displays
  • GEH10 Bottlinger’s Rings
  • GEH11 Transient Lines Superimposed on Halo Displays
  • GEH12 Optical Effects Where Halo Displays Touch the Horizon
  • GEH13 Close, One-Sided Mock Suns
  • GEH14 Halo Displays Formed by Terrestrial Ice Crystals
  • Anomalous Lunar Coronas
  • Circumzenithal Arc and Black Band

GEI OBSERVER-CENTERED PHENOMENA

  • GEI1   Puzzling Features of the Brocken Specter
  • GEI2   Heligenschein
  • GEI3   Rotating Spokes about the Shadow of One’s Head
  • Sylvanshine
  • Snow Sparkles

GEL LOW-SUN PHENOMENA

  • GEL1   Puzzling Features of the Green Flash
  • GEL2   Anomalous Diverging Rays at Sunset and Sunrise
  • GEL3   Color Phenomena and the Earth’s Shadow on the Sky
  • GEL4   Abnormal Refraction Phenomena with Astronomical Objects…
  • GEL5   Anomalous Aspects of the Krakatoa Sunsets
  • GEL6   The Alpine Glow…
  • GEL7   Spectral Dispersion near the Sea’s Surface
  • GEL8   Low-Sun Landscape Fluorescence
  • GEL9   Low-Sun Spectral Bows
  • GEL10 Low-Sun Shadow Bands
  • GEL11 The Second Purple Light
  • GEL12 Moving Patches of Light on the Horizon
  • Jumping Stars
  • Post-Twilight Infrared Brightening of the Sky
  • Extraordinary Sunsets

GEM THE MAGIC OF MIRAGES

  • GEM1   Fata Morganas
  • GEM2   Telescopic Mirages
  • GEM3   Lateral Mirages
  • GEM4   Multiple Mirages
  • GEM5   Mirages Sensitive to the Observer’s Position
  • GEM6   The Novaya Zemlya Effect
  • GEM7   Illusions of a Flat Earth
  • GEM8   Dynamic Mirages
  • GEM9   Mirror or Reflection Mirages
  • Double Moons
  • Mock Mirages

GER RADIO AND RADAR ANOMALIES

  • GER1   Long-Delayed Radio Echos
  • GER2   The Moon’s Effect on Radio Propagation
  • GER3   Thunderstorm Modification of Radio Propagation
  • GER4   Stable Patterns of Electromagnetic Radiation
  • GER5   Unidentified Radio Signals…
  • GER6   The Humming Earth
  • GER7   Polar Radio Blackouts
  • GER8   Around-th e-World Transmission of High-Frequency Signals
  • GER9   Periodic Fading of Satellite Radio Transmissions
  • GER10 Sudden Disappearance of High Frequency Radio Transmissions
  • GER11 Correlation of Radio Propagation Quality with Planetary Positions
  • GER12 Earthquake-Induced Ionospheric Disturbances
  • GER13 Easier Radio Transmission in One Direction than Its Reverse
  • GER14 Radar Dot Angels
  • GER15 Radar Ring and Line Angels
  • GER16 Radar Ghosts
  • Mexico’s Zone of Silence
  • Infrared Angels
  • Extremely-Low-Frequency (ELF) Phenomena
  • Effect of Low-Pressure Areas upon Shortwave Propagation
  • Unidentified Atmospheric Radio Bursts Detected by Satellites

GES SHADOW PHENOMENA

  • GES1   Eclipse Shadow Bands
  • GES2   Moving Shadow Bands in the Atmosphere
  • GES3   Colored Shadows
  • GES4   Shadow Bands Seen through the Telescope
  • GES5   Unusual Shadows Observed during Eclipses
  • GES6   Non-Eclipse Shadow Bands
  • GES7   Persistent or “Living” Shadows
  • GES8   Curious Mountain Shadows
  • Curious Shadows of Condensation Trails

GEZ ANOMALOUS MAGNETIC AND ELECTRIC-FIELD DISTURBANCES

  • GEZ1   Unexplained Magnetic Disturbances
  • GEZ2   Effect of the Moon on the Geomagnetic Field
  • GEZ3   Effects of Solar Eclipses on Geomagnetism
  • GEZ4   Effects of the Planets on the Geomagnetic Field
  • GEZ5   Meteor Activity Correlated with Geomagnetic Activity
  • GEZ6   Terrestrial Electrical Effects Correlated with Meteors
  • GEZ7   Geomagnetic Disturbances Correlated with Stellar Activity
  • GEZ8   Gravity Waves Correlated with Geomagnetic Storms
  • Effects of Comets upon Geomagnetic Activity
  • Effects of Lunar Eclipses upon Geomagnetic Activity
  • Effect of Solar Flares upon the Potential Gradient
  • Effect of Geological Features upon Geomagnetic Activity
  • Effects of Earthquakes upon the Potential Gradient
  • Effect of Volcanism upon Geomagnetic Activity
  GG   GRAVITATIONAL PHENOMENA

GGF VARIATIONS IN GRAVITY

  • Nontidal Variations of the Gravitational Field
  • Periodic Changes in Gravity

GGH MAGNETIC HILLS

  • Spook Hill and Kin
  GH   PHENOMENA OF THE HYDROSPHERE

GHC UNUSUAL PHENOMENA OF WATER SURFACES

  • GHC1   Foam Strips on Inland Waters
  • GHC2   Streaks, Slicks, Calm Patches
  • GHC3   Stratified Typhoon Waves
  • GHC4   Sudden Whitening of Dead Sea
  • GHC5   Dead Water and Slippery Seas
  • GHC6   Bulging River Surfaces
  • GHC7   Swiftly Traveling Surface Disturbances
  • GHC8   Honeycomb Appearance of Flowing Water
  • Remarkable Convection Patterns in Ponds
  • Long Lines of Microorganisms on the Ocean Surface
  • Massive Foam Accumulations
  • Storm Footprints on the Ocean as Seen from Orbit
  • Remarkable Falling and Rising Lake Levels
  • Parting of the Red Sea
  • Reversal of Niagra Falls and Related Phenomena

GHG GEYSERS, PERIODIC WELLS, BLOWING CAVES

  • GHG1   Geysers at Sea
  • GHG2   Geysers and Blowing Wells Correlated with Weather Phenomena
  • GHG3   Geysers and Intermittent Wells Correlated with Tidal Forces
  • GHG4   Cold-Water Geysers and Periodic Springs and Wells [GHQ6]
  • Hydrothermal Earthquake Precursors
  • Hydrothermal Explosions
  • Effect of Earthquakes upon Geyser Activity

GHS THE BEWILDERING VARIETY OF TIDES

  • GHS1   Sun-Dominated Tides
  • GHS2   Sea and Lake Seiches…
  • GHS3   Spectacular Tidal Bores
  • GHS4   Diurnal, Triple, and Quadruple Tides
  • GHS5   Long-Period Tides of Unexpected Strengths
  • GHS6   Tides That Precede the Moon
  • Extraordinary Tsunamis
  • Tsunami Cycles

GHT OCEAN TURBULENCE AND CIRCULATION PHENOMENA

  • GHT1   Extraordinary Deep Circulation Events
  • GHT2   Sonar-Detected Subsurface Oceanic Structures
  • GHT3   Nonvolcanic Underwater Eruptions
  • GHT4   Anomalous El Ninos
  • GHT5   The Guinea Tide
  • GHT6   Energy Transfer to Hurricanes
  • GHT7   Oceanic Rings and Eddies
  • GHT8   Large-Scale Oceanic Chemical Anomalies
  • Deep-Sea Storms
  • Curious Drifts
  • Gas-Hydrate Blowouts
  • Great Whirlpools and Vortices
  • The Gibraltar Dam
  • Oceanic Megaplumes
  • Gulf-Stream Reversal
  • Oceanic Dead Zones
  • Organized Structures in Bubble Clouds
  • North Atlantic Oscillations
  • El Ninos Correlated with Seismicity

GHW REMARKABLE WAVE PHENOMENA

  • GHW1   Unexplained Solitary Waves
  • GHW2   Periodic Bands of Waves
  • GHW3   Sudden, Unexpected Onset of High Surf
  • GHW4   Downstream Progressive Waves in Rivers
  • Increasing Heights of North Atlantic Waves
  GI   INCENDIARY PHENOMENA

GIC CYCLIC FIRES

  • Forest-Fire Cycles

GIS SUPPOSED SPONTANEOUS COMBUSTION

  • Unexplained Fires

GIW REMARKABLE FIRE STORMS

  • The Peshtigo Horror
  GL   LUMINOUS PHENOMENA

GLA AURORA-LIKE PHENOMENA

  • GLA1   Auroral Pillars: Natural Searchlight beams
  • GLA2   Sky-Spanning Auroral Arches
  • GLA3   Auroral Meteors: Moving Luminous Patches and Bands
  • GLA4   Low-Level Auroras
  • GLA5   The Odor of the Aurora
  • GLA6   Artificial Low-Level Auroras
  • GLA7   Geographically Displaced Auroras
  • GLA8   Auroras with Unusual Geometries
  • GLA9   Auroras Correlated with Thunderstorms
  • GLA10 Auroras Correlated with Earthquakes
  • GLA11 Auroras Correlated with Meteors
  • GLA12 Close Relationship between Aurora Displays and Clouds
  • GLA13 Glowing Night Skies
  • GLA14 Transient Sky Brightenings
  • GLA15 Bright, Luminous Patches on the Horizon
  • GLA16 Weather or Storm Lights
  • GLA17 Curious Folklore: Auroras and Silken Threads
  • GLA18 Correlation of Aurora Frequency with Lunar Phase
  • GLA19 Auroras Interacting with Lunar Halos
  • GLA20 Electrical Effects of Auroras at the Earth’s Surface
  • GLA21 Auroras and Surface Fogs
  • GLA22 Black Auroras
  • GLA23 Banded Skies
  • GLA24 Millisecond Brightness Pulsations of the Night Sky
  • GLA25 False Dawn
  • GLA26 Auroras Following Coastlines
  • GLA27 Challenges to the Theory of Aurora Origin
  • GLA28 Flash Auroras
  • GLA29 Possible Atmospheric-Laser Emission Accompanying Auroras
  • GLA30 Mysterious Bright Streaks in the Sky
  • GLA31 Short-Lived, Bright, Cloud-Like Patches High in the Sky
  • Aurora-Frequency Correlated with Climate Coastlines
  • Auroral Streamers Aligned with Wind Direction
  • Expanding Ball-of-Light Phenomenon
  • Infrared Banded Sky
  • Auroral Streamers Aligned with Wind Direction
  • Bright Lines in the Sky
  • Auroras Associated with the Tunguska Event
  • Luminous-Tube Phenomenon
  • Phantom Volcanos

GLB BALL LIGHTNING

  • GLB1   “Ordinary” Ball Lightning
  • GLB2   Ball Lightning with Spikes
  • GLB3   Ball Lightning with Rays
  • GLB4   Rod-Shaped Ball Lightning
  • GLB5   Double and Triple Ball Lightning
  • GLB6   Miniature Ball Lightning
  • GLB7   Giant Ball Lightning
  • GLB8   Transparent Ball Lightning
  • GLB9   Fragmenting Ball Lightning
  • GLB10 Materialization of Ball Lightning in Enclosures
  • GLB11 Black Ball Lightning
  • GLB12 Ball Lightning’s Electromagnetic Effects
  • GLB13 Ball Lightning with Apparent Internal Structure
  • GLB14 Unusual Physiological Effects of Ball Lightning
  • GLB15 Artificial Ball Lightning
  • GLB16 Ball Lightning with Long Tails
  • GLB17 Correlation of Ball Lightning Incidence with Solar Activity
  • GLB18 Ball Lightning External to Aircraft (Foo Fighters)
  • GLB19 Repeating Ball Lightning
  • GLB20 Penetration of Physical Barriers by Ball Lightning
  • GLB21 Miscellaneous Observations of Bizarre Ball Lightning
  • Ball Lightning Contacting People
  • Ball Lightning Penetrating Window Panes
  • Illusory Ball Lightning
  • Flowing Ball Lightning

GLD DIFFUSE ELECTRICAL DISCHARGE PHENOMENA

  • GLD1   Mountain-Top Glows
  • GLD2   Intermountain Electric Discharges
  • GLD3   Large-Scale St. Elmo’s Fire
  • GLD4   Moving, Surface-Level, Electrified Light Patches
  • GLD5   Discharge Phenomena during Duststorms and Snowstorms
  • GLD6   Unusual Forms of St. Elmo’s Fire
  • GLD7   Luminous Aerial Bubbles
  • GLD8   Earthquake Lights
  • GLD9   Volcano Lights
  • GLD10 Tornado Lights
  • GLD11 Whirlwinds of Fire and Smoke
  • GLD12 Anomalous Flashes Detected by Satellites
  • GLD13 Enhanced Luminosity of Rocks
  • GLD14 Luminous Phenomena in Water and Ice
  • GLD15 Dazzling Lights in and on Clouds
  • GLD16 Luminous Patches Moving on Cloud Surfaces
  • GLD17 Ground-Level Light Flashes
  • The Zeitoun Phenomenon
  • Luminous Discharges on Insects in Flight

GLL LIGHTNING ANOMALIES

  • GLL1   Luminous Phenomena Occuring above Thunderclouds (Rocket Lightning)
  • GLL2   Bead Lightning
  • GLL3   Colored Lightning with Unusual Features
  • GLL4   Silent Lightning
  • GLL5   Horizontal Lightning
  • GLL6   Lightning from a Clear Sky
  • GLL7   Crown Flash
  • GLL8   Preference of Lightning for Certain Trees
  • GLL9   Lightning Figures
  • GLL10 Lightning Sounds (Other than Thunder)
  • GLL11 Lightning’s Pranks
  • GLL12 Hot-Air Blasts Following Lightning Strokes
  • GLL13 Unusual Geographical Preferences of Lightning
  • GLL14 Black Lightning
  • GLL15 Slow or Prolonged Lightning
  • GLL16 Correlation of Lightning and Cosmic Rays
  • GLL17 Lightning Superbolts
  • GLL18 Cyclic Flashing of Lightning
  • GLL19 Dual Lightning Discharges
  • GLL20 Abnormally Long Lightning Strokes
  • GLL21 Anomalous Electrical Fields and Currents during Lightning
  • GLL22 Lightning Shadowgraphs
  • GLL23 Wisps of Flame Left by Lightning Strokes
  • GLL24 Tubular Lightning
  • GLL25 Meandering Lightning
  • GLL26 Ribbon Lightning
  • GLL27 Spoked and Spider Lightning
  • GLL28 Bipolar Nature of Large Electrical Storms
  • GLL29 Gamma-Ray Flashes in Thunderstorms
  • GLL30 Neutron Generation in Lightning Bolts
  • GLL31 Unusual (Usually Deadly) Interactions between Lightning and Humans
  • GLL32 Effects of Lightning on Vehicle Engines
  • Sympathetic Lightning
  • Gamma-Ray Emission by Lightning
  • Mystery Mountain Deaths and Lightning
  • Lightning and Anomalous Optical Events (AOEs)
  • Lightning Kills Many More Males Than Females
  • Impending Lightning Stalling Cars
  • Post-Lightning Glows
  • Layered Lightning
  • Slow Lightning

GLM LOW-LEVEL METEOR-LIKE PHENOMENA

  • GLM1   Low-Level Meteor-Like Objects
  • GLM2   Darting Gleams of Light
  • People Hit by Meteorites
  • Nuclearites
  • Tunguska Event
  • Meteoric Nightglow
  • Spacecraft Glows

GLN NOCTURNAL LIGHTS

  • GLN1   Low-Level Nocturnal Lights: (Spook Lights, etc.)
  • GLN2   High-Level Nocturnal Lights (Non-Meteoric)

GLW MARINE PHOSPHORESCENT DISPLAYS

  • GLW1   Long, Parallel, Stationary Phosphorescent Bands
  • GLW2   Moving, Parallel Bands of Phosphorescence
  • GLW3   Aerial Phosphorescent Displays
  • GLW4   Marine Phosphorescent Wheels
  • GLW5   Expanding Phosphorescent Rings
  • GLW6   Phosphorescent Patches Moving in Circles
  • GLW7   Phosphorescent Spinning Crescents
  • GLW8   Zigzag Phosphorescent Flashes
  • GLW9   White Water or Milky Sea
  • GLW10 Radar-Stimulated Phosphorescent Displays
  • GLW11 Te Lapa: Underwater Lightning
  • GLW12 Moving, V-Shaped Phosphorescent Displays
  • GLW13 Colored Rays Emanating from Ships
  • GLW14 Radar Detection of Phosphorescence
  • GLW15 Deep-Sea-Vent Glows
  • Bioluminescence Correlated with Seismic Activity
  • Sparks on the Beach
  • Light at Deep-Sea Vents
  • BIOS
  GO   ODOR PHENOMENA

GOO OBNOXIOUS ODORS

  • Unexplained Stenches
  GQ   STRANGE PHENOMNA OF EARTHQUAKES

GQB ANIMAL RESPONSE TO EARTHQUAKE PRECURSORS

  • GQB1   Anomalous Animal Activity before Earthquakes
  • GQB2   Human Sensations Experienced before and during Earthquakes

GQG EARTHQUAKE GEOGRAPHICAL ANOMALIES

  • GQG1   Seismic Activity Occurring on Great Circles
  • GQG2   Earthquake-Prone Areas Uncorrelated with Geology
  • Earthquakes within Plates
  • Earthquakes That Stimulate Distant Sympathetic Quakes

GQH UNUSUAL DYNAMIC PHENOMENA ASSOCIATED WITH EARTHQUAKES

  • GQH1   Upward Propulsion of Objects
  • GQH2   Violent Expulsion of Solids from the Earth
  • GQH3   Supposed Appearance of Hairs after Earthquakes
  • GQH4   Gaseous Emissions prior to and during Earthquakes
  • GQH5   Traveling Strain Events
  • GQH6   Effect of Earthquakes on Geyser Periods [GHG]
  • Well-Level Changes before Earthquakes
  • Slow, Silent Earthquakes

GQM ELECTRICAL AND MAGNETIC PHENOMENA OF EARTHQUAKES

  • GQM1   Earthquake Magnetic Effects
  • GQM2   Earth Currents Observed during Earthquakes
  • GQM3   Radio Emissions Associated with Earthquakes
  • GQM4   Electrostatic Effects Correlated with Earthquakes

GQS EARTHQUAKE PERIODICITIES

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  • GQS1   Earthquakes Correlated with Solar Activity
  • GQS2   Earthquakes Correlated with the Moon’s Position
  • GQS3   Appearance of Meteors during Earthquakes
  • GQS4   Annual Variation of Earthquake Frequency
  • GQS5   Diurnal Variation of Earthquake Frequency
  • GQS6   A 42-Minute Period in Quakes
  • GQS7   Earthquake Activity Correlated with Planetary Positions
  • GQS8   Seismic Activity Correlated with Pulsar Radiation
  • GQS9   Earthquakes Correlated with other Periodic Phenomena
  • GQS10 Earthquakes Correlated with Polar Wobble
  • Earthquakes Correlated with Earth’s Speed of Rotation
  • Earthquake Cycles
  • Chaos in Earthquake Data
  • Nocturnal Earthquakes

GQV UNUSUAL VIBRATIONS

  • GQV1   Unidentified Vibrations
  • GQV2   Vibrations Induced by Falling Water
  • GQV3   Vibrations of Polar Ice
  • Exotic Seismic Signals
  • Periodic Vibrations Recorded by Gravitational-Wave Detectors

GQW EARTHQUAKE WEATHER

  • GQW1   Earthquake Weather
  • GQW2   Earthquakes Associated with Sudden Storms
  • GQW3   Rainfall Correlated with Earthquake Frequency
  • GQW4   Wind Gusts and Earthquakes
  • GQW5   Fogs Associated with Quakes
  GS   UNUSUAL SOUNDS IN NATURE

GSD EXTRAORDINARY DETONATIONS

  • GSD1   Explosive Sounds Heard near Bodies of Water (Waterguns)
  • GSD2   Detonations Heard in Seismically Active Areas
  • Thunder in Clear Weather
  • Close-by Aerial Detonations
  • Unexplained Underground Detonations [GSU]

GSE ANOMALOUS ECHOS

  • GSE1   Aerial Echos
  • GSE2   Musical Echos (Analyzed Sound)

GSH ANOMALOUS HISSING AND RUSHING SOUNDS

  • GSH1   Hissing Sounds Preceding Earthquakes
  • GSH2   Hissing Sounds Correlated with High-Altitude Meteors
  • GSH3   Swishing and Crackling Sounds Associated with the Aurora
  • GSH4   Overhead Rushing Sounds of Undetermined Origin
  • GSH5   Unidentified Humming Sounds
  • GSH6   Nighttime Hums in the Desert
  • Space-Shuttle Reentry Sounds

GSM MUSICAL SOUNDS IN NATURE

  • GSM1   Underwater Musical Sounds
  • GSM2   Subterranean Organ-Like and Horn-Like Sounds
  • GSM3   Natural Melody
  • Musical Valleys

GSO UNDERWATER SOUNDS

  • Unidentified Thumping Sounds
  • Passive-Sonar Imaging

GSU UNDERGROUND SOUNDS

  • Machine-Like Sounds [GSD]

GSW UNUSUAL BAROMETRIC DISTURBANCES

  • GSW1   Unidentified Air Waves
  • GSW2   Earthquake-Generated Air Waves
  • GSW3   Meteor-Generated Air Waves
  • Ionoquakes
  • Eclipse-Generated Air Waves
  GW   WEATHER PHENOMENA

GWC UNUSUAL CLOUDS

  • GWC1   The White-Sky Phenomenon
  • GWC2   Cloud Arches
  • GWC3   Polar Bands
  • GWC4   Miniature Thunderclouds
  • GWC5   Noisy Clouds
  • GWC6   Noctilucent Clouds
  • GWC7   Ring Clouds
  • GWC8   Thunderclouds Affecting the Ionosphere
  • GWC9   Circular Holes in Cloud Decks
  • GWC10 Anomalous Cloud Lines
  • GWC11 Dispersal of Clouds by the Moon
  • GWC12 The Morning Glory Phenomenon and Other Roll Clouds
  • GWC13 Long, Hollow, Cylindrical Clouds
  • GWC14 Cloud Spokes Radiating from Thunderclouds
  • GWC15 Excess of Ice Crystals in Cumulus Clouds
  • GWC16 Cloud Brightness Changes
  • GWC17 Anomalous High-Altitude Haze
  • Green Clouds [GWH]
  • Bright-Night Phenomenon
  • High-Altitude Layers of Material
  • Natural Sodium Clouds
  • Bromine Pulses
  • Arctic Plumes
  • Stratospheric Water Flow and Reservoirs
  • Miscellaneous Unexplained Clouds
  • Holes in the Ionosphere (Icy Comets)
  • Ozone Holes
  • Ozone Clouds

GWD DARK DAYS, FOGS, AND OTHER OBSCURATIONS

  • GWD1   Dark Days
  • GWD2   Pogonips and Other Ice Fogs
  • GWD3   Mists and Epidemics
  • GWD4   Dry Fogs and Dust Fogs

GWF FALLS

  • GWF1   Ice Falls or Hydrometeors
  • GWF2   Stone Falls
  • GWF3   Sulphur/Pollen Falls
  • GWF4   Falls of Miscellaneous Inorganic Substances
  • GWF5   The Fall of Manna
  • GWF6   Unusual Falls of Hay and Leaves
  • GWF7   Gelatinous Meteors or Pwdre Ser
  • GWF8   Prodigious Falls of Web-Like Material (Angel Hair)
  • GWF9   Falls of Miscellaneous Organic Substances
  • GWF10 Fish Falls
  • GWF11 Falls of Frogs and Toads
  • GWF12 Insect Falls
  • GWF13 Bird Falls
  • GWF14 Falls of Miscellaneous Living Animals
  • Sewage Falls
  • Falls of Liquids and Goo

GWH LARGE STORM SYSTEMS

  • GWH1   Ozone in Hurricanes
  • GWH2   Hurricane Geographical Anomalies
  • GWH3   Thunderstorm Systems
  • Hypercanes
  • Unusually Intense Storms
  • Large-Scale Oscillations of the Atmosphere
  • Wind Storms in the Upper Atmosphere
  • Green Thunderstorms [GWC]
  • Hurricane Fine Structure

GWP ANOMALOUS PRECIPITATION

  • GWP1   Precipitation from a Clear Sky
  • GWP2   Giant Snowflakes
  • GWP3   Conical Snowflakes
  • GWP4   Hailstones with Anomalous Shapes
  • GWP5   Giant Hailstones
  • GWP6   Hail Strewn Patterns
  • GWP7   Slowly Falling Hail
  • GWP8   Unusual Inclusions in Hail
  • GWP9   Explosive Hail
  • GWP10 Colored Precipitation
  • GWP11 Luminous Precipitation
  • GWP12 Point Precipitation
  • GWP13 Surplus Ice Crystals in Clouds
  • GWP14 Decrease of Rainfall with Increasing Altitude
  • GWP15 Rain Gushes Associated with Lightning
  • Puzzle of Snowflake Symmetry
  • Weekend Rain
  • Rainfall Correlated with Soil Temperature

GWR TEMPERATURE ANOMALIES

  • GWR1   Temperature Flashes
  • GWR2   Incendiary Phenomena
  • Global Warming
  • The Year without a Summer
  • Weekends Getting Warmer
  • Chilling of the Stratosphere

GWS WEATHER AND ASTRONOMY

  • GWS1   Correlation of Lunar Phase and Terrestrial Weather
  • GWS2   Correlation of Lunar Phase and Thunderstorms
  • GWS3   Thunderstorms Correlated with Solar Activity
  • GWS4   Effects of Meteors on Weather
  • GWS5   Correlations between Solar Activity and Weather
  • GWS6   Influence of Lunar Phase on Atmospheric Ozone
  • GWS7   The Lunar Temperature Effect
  • GWS8   Purported Effect of the Planets on the Weather
  • GWS9   Comets and the Weather
  • Eclipse Wind
  • Stratospheric Winds Correlated with Solar Activity
  • Weather Correlated with the 18.6-Year Cycle

GWT THE IDIOSYNCRACIES OF TORNADOS AND WATERSPOUTS

  • GWT1   The Tornado as an Electrical Machine
  • GWT2   Burning and Hydration during Tornados
  • GWT3   Tornados and Waterspouts with Horizontal Funnels
  • GWT4   Multiwalled Waterspouts
  • GWT5   Anomalous Historical Incidence of Tornados
  • GWT6   Reversal of Rotation in Waterspouts
  • GWT7   Pranks of the Tornado
  • GWT8   Tornado Incidence Correlated with Magnetic Variation
  • GWT9   Landspouts or Dustspouts
  • GWT10 Waterspouts between Clouds
  • GWT11 Forked Waterspouts
  • GWT12 Abnormally Thin Waterspouts
  • GWT13 Waterspout Funnel-Knots
  • GWT14 Bull’s-Eye Squalls
  • Destructive Downbursts (Microbursts)
  • Tornados Correlated with Automobile Traffic

GWW WHIRLWINDS AND DUST DEVILS

  • GWW1   Explosive Onset of Whirlwinds
  • GWW2   Pranks of Whirlwinds and Dust Devils
  • GWW3   Steam Devils
  • GWW4   Electrical Properties of Whirl winds and Dust Devils
  • GWW5   Energetic Miniature Vortices
  • Aircraft Trailing Vortices
  • Whirlwind Families 

 StarViewerTeam Internacional 2010

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