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what the fuck is this?
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>>30010861
Poland.
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Glitch, retard.
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Looks like weather manipulation.
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>>30010868
>Poland

it's really paranormal
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>>30010861
Weather software test circles.
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The actual North Pole. Pole Land, dummy. Take the only-slightly-bigger-earthpill
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>>30010861
A meteorological map
Next dumb question
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>>30010861
That's Pride Month, you bigot.
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>>30010868
Oh god please no
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>>30010902
kys
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>>30010861
HAARP electromagnetic waves changing the atmospheric pressures, temperature and other parameters so they can control the weather patterns
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>>30010932
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>>30010861
when did you see this and what setting was it under?
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>>30011282
Plenty of pics of these now, no good explanation so far. My favorite is the gif one in South America or wherever that was
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>>30011323
Yeah I saw that one, even more elaborate than this. This looks like whatever it was is dissipating.
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>>30010861
I don't know but the shills flocking to this thread immediately confirms that it's something.
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>>30011323
>no good explanation so far
>I don't personally like the provided explanations, so there's clearly a conspiracy afoot
Okay
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>>30010861
Why is it centralized at Grodno?
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>>30010861
Poland's vibin
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>>30010861
There was something similar in Mexico last year, if I recall correctly. Pretty easy to verify though if we can figure out when this was captured. We'd need anons from the red areas that can confirm bad weather while anons from the clear areas nearby can confirm no weather.
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>>30011947
O my fuckin god
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>>30011947
FINALLY! ABOUT DAMNED TIME.
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>>30010952
Yes
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I swear we go through this same fucking shit thread every two months and it's always a fucking radar issue
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>Poland and Mexico get saved by the motherships
Joke's on Alf when he finds out he picked the worst booze, drivers, and builders of tyeir respective continents.
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wifi
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>>30012302
Those damn weather balloons at it again
No one here actually believes that is a radar “issue”.
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>>30012251
Skin walkers are sick or feral ayys, they get dumped on earth so the ayys dont have to deal with them anymore.
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>>30012302
>Radar somehow creates moving, complex geometric patterns
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>>30011947
I remember. It's happened above a private property with a very old temple on it. On that night, around this property, bodyparts were found, hacked to pieces. Pictures of this existed.
It was said they made an old ritual there where they summoned and old god and needed a lot of human sacrifices for it, Maya style.
Very interesting happening.
Poland looks very different tho, like one anon said haarp.
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>>30011947
That is definitely not a glitch
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>>30012739
>It's happened above a private property with a very old temple on it
Bro, considering the video this thing has literally the size of the state i live in, you wouldn't be able to tell if what you are saying is actually related to this thing.
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>>30010861
An electromagnetic wave for weather manipulation.
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>>30010868
kek
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>>30010861
Weather balloon, or maybe swamp gas
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>>30010896
Show diagram
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>>30010861
Gaydar in use.
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>>30010861
Buzzards on your array, shoo them off lol
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>>30012364
>He doesn't know

Here is the truth:
Aliens are jerks, they steal thicc latinas and our cute girls.
Fuck them, intergalactic-incels.
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>>30010861
Weather balloon.
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Holy shit Doppler radar just flew over my house
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>>30014031
>It's centered directly over OP's house
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Wtf im from Grodno
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>>30011889
No, literally no one can provide a good explanation with evidence of their claims, just guesses. Explain >>30011947, please! No one else can. Why does it look like some kind of turning mechanism before disappearing? If this is a glitch, what is this representing? Thanks :)
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>>30010861
>The emperor has no clothes moment
It's a giant alien spaceship that is ultradimensional. I could be blind or missing something.
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>>30010861
It appears to be a weather map of some description
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>>30010861
bumping to say I see it too.. but not exactly like yours
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>>30011947
HAARP in action
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>>30011947
Someone is brapping
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>>30011947
>2021
>still using 1995 CGI animated radar schematics
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>>30010861
i also see this, that happen somewhere around 24.06.2021
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>>30012739
Gib more info
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>>30018482
>bro it's j-just a 500 kilometer tuning mechanism in the Earth's orbit, trust me
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>>30010861
I almost forgot, thanks for the reminder
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>>30020158
It's not sgi i saw this live on weather website
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>>30020239
Good shit anon, fucken saved
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>>30020239
>not knowing about the secret weather control wars that triggered 9/11, hurricane katrina, the stock market crash of 2008, the spread of covid to the U.S. and the death of norm macdonald
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>>30020291
>SOURCE??
I've never understood why photos, videos and witnesses (even millions of them) should be less reliable that one guy with a paper.
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https://youtu.be/V8H8LRmNUdg
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>Premium Snopes! Membership
holyshit! It's real https://www.snopes.com/offers/membership/
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>>30011947
I remember those threads. It showed up on multiple services and radars, not only this one, and some high up even acknowledged on twitter (or some random new site) that they have no idea what that is. Some anon also rememebred that in 2012 similar things happened just off Indonesia, but never followed up with source on that.
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>>30020667
disregard the fucking meme frog, it was the only image i saved
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>>30020667
>>30020674
Also the same phenomena appeared over india not 24 hours later.
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>>30011947
I want to believe but this looks fake as fuck. Maybe it's because I'm not used to the update rate and it would be extremely easy to fake. Any links to sauce?
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>>30010861
Radar waves
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>>30014031
based ayy fags and troons
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>>30020698
Windy and similar sites give you only 24h of recordet weather, so when you see it you can only take screenshot or record all think so the video is the source
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>>30020719
someone has to be logging weather radars for big data use
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>>30020674
wtf if this is real it's so fucking weird. Proves it's not a glitch unless they all use the same hardware source for their feeds
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>>30020735
HAARP pushing weird atmospheric situations to control the weather
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>>30020667
>and some high up even acknowledged on twitter
Well as I recall there was some dispute over whether they were a "high up" or not
>>30020698
It's real, got memory holed to fuck too

There were also older cases of similar phenomenon occurring too if I remember correct?
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>>30020746
Maybe the OP but no way that's the explanation for the one over Mexico
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>>30010861
Hey, wasn’t there an earthquake and a bunch of UAP sightings in Mexico shortly after a similar radar anomaly?
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>>30011947
>>30020667
>>30020674
>>30020735
>>30020746
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>>30020834
it's a common pattern they use to test equipment. It's weird looking on purpose because a complex pattern is going to reveal more issues with the radar tech than a simple one
https://twitter.com/AndrewNBC12/status/1169234055965106177?t=wpE6FYpvrpMrSCuhVZW1tA&s=19
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>>30020913
I seriously doubt that. They would probably either make a public announcement, put the site into maintenance mode, or in some way make the public known to ensure the tinfoil-hat people don't come out of the woodwork, and that nobody panics. Like when they test the sirens around atomic power plants.
It's also hard for me to believe that multiple independent services do it one the same day, to the second, as per >>30020674
Plus, they wouldn't be dubbed as "unknown" by so many people, and wouldn't go way back a decade as "mysterious". https://web.archive.org/web/20100404062650/https://www.news.com.au/weird-true-freaky/bueau-of-mereology-cant-explain-mysterious-patters-on-radar-system/story-e6frflri-1225848774377
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>>30020961
Further reading: https://web.archive.org/web/20100215175157/http://forgetomori.com/2010/ufos/haarp-crop-circles-and-giant-weather-rings/
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>>30020961
normies don't give a fuck about what conspiracy weirdos on this board believe. I thought this was too weird to not be something at first but sadly it's debunked. Most people don't watch weather radars that closely so there's no reason to announce the test like there is nuclear plant or even tornado sirens. Multiple weather services picking up on it probably means they share radar hardware. not every weather radar service has it's own hardware. I wish I could confirm OpenWeather, VentuSky, and windy all use the same data source. If they don't, that's the only compelling evidence this wasn't a test.

Also those sites you linked look schozo-tier
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>>30021159
>conspiracy

that's a jewish word
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>>30021193
>tin-foil hat people
>>conspiracy is a jewish word
I am Jewish but you're a fucking dumbass. take your meds and fuck off back to poll, schizo
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>>30020674
What is significant about guanajuanto
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>>30021260
Aparently, back in the day gold mines, now it's just silver, lead and kaolinite
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>>30021260
Supposedly there was some cartel shit going on around the time, but I wouldn't call it related in any way. It is significant however since to my knowledge there's no radar there.

>>30021159
Sorry for the phrasing, but I meant multiple radars. I don't doubt they do test them somehow, but tests are usually independent in any system (I don't claim to know how they run their tests, but this is universally true everywhere, to eliminate chances of variance and noise), and centric around the actual thing (or so they say). There is no radar at the center here, and it still makes no sense to me that all radars in the vicinity would be tested by this single event. Looking at >>30020667 the left and bottom right radars would barely catch anything of this. In fact, how come part of the thing is missing at all, if there's so many overlapping stations there?
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>>30021300
So, just throwing it out there, its definitely not a radar, malfunction or anything like that.
>>30010861
Actually OP *could* be something with the radar, like if it had obstructions capturing data within certain radials, meaning the shape is just blind spots within the radar coverage

I highly doubt that, so what does it means when we see these weather map images?
All they do is detect ice crystal particles within the atmosphere, which could be a indicative of very thick cumules clouds forming (almost always is),
but clouds are not necessarily always visible in this, sometimes you could even have cumulus completely hidden above a thin smooth nimbus layer

Anyway, that's the first clue, obvious the epicenter around these locations are the biggest place of interest to see if something happened, and not only that, if these dense clouds formed they were sure visible in the vicinity with maybe even weird patterns
though it does seem like it covers a very wide radius, maybe not as easy to spot for the casual observer within these locations

Next, is deducing what sort of phenomena could cause this, just like jettrails, regular atmosphere can condense with sudden changes in conditions, like either temperature or pressure, hence a big shock wave can probably cause an effect like this,
the more ordered patterns are really curious too, maybe could be highly magnetic effect or wave? ayylmao activity, weather control, energy bomb?
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>>30021427
I can believe that something actually in real life causes weather patterns like in the op, concentric circles are rare but documented and known phenomena. For example:
https://www.lakeeriewx.com/CaseStudies/CaribouRadar/ConcentricRadarRings.html
So are "circle like" objects:
http://wxbrad.com/purple-martin-roost-rings-on-doppler-radar/

But stuff like >>30021004 and >>30020667 are an entirely different matter. Whoever believes that this is something really happening with clouds or winds is retarded, and while some of this could be written down as glitches and malfunctions, the last one in Mexico clearly can't be. The strongest possible claim is that it was a test, but it doesn't make sense. Personally I believe these could be someone directly "hacking into" the data flow from the reading equipment to the actual server, sending fake packets and whatnot, but it would require an unfathomable amount of skill and intimate knowledge of their data parsers and normalizers to create clear and rotating geometry like that.
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>>30010861
drunken holographic spin art painting ayyy lmao
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>>30021473
>I can believe that something actually in real life causes weather patterns like in the op,
>actual in real life
But everything is real life anon... The mere idea that we solid knowledge on every possible phenomena is pure insanity, for example, have you ever seen weather radar footage around an atomic bomb going off? or a high scale meteoric impact? or heck, even around a Chernobyl or Deepsea Horizon going off?

>its a test
Sorry to tell you, but that is just a really dumb hypothesis, what would it be a test for? its not a test for the sensors if you're just putting data in, its not a test for the screens why would there be just partial coverage while the remaining has accurate real world data?
if this was a test, what is the methodology and what is even a test for?
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>>30021555
It's not me claiming that it is a test, I'm only acknowledging someone else did. See: >>30020913

I have no idea what the rest of your post is supposed to mean, you can obviously create a fake representation of real life in software just the same as in videos or pictures. Both are a question of manipulating data. Which is more likely than these cuhhrayzee weather/pressure/heat events happening, especially in populated areas, without anyone (especially normalfags) posting about it.
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>>30021300
>but tests are usually independent in any system
>this is universally true everywhere, to eliminate chances of variance and noise

this is not true whatsoever. It's iamverysmart speculation. I'm an electrical engineer, I've spent two decades testing how systems integrate with software. You test that a single equipment module like a pump, pressurized tank, conveyor, or sensor is functioning correctly. And then you test that they're working as a system. From your test results you debug the software and calibrate your equipment.

>There is no radar at the center here
there doesn't have to be because they're simulating an event by feeding the software or the radar signals that aren't there

>how come part of the thing is missing at all
that's why they're doing the test. They likely feed it data that should result in a specific pattern over time and then compare the results to the desired result.

You want to believe this so badly that you're shoving your head entirely up your ass. I get it. It's spooky and cool high strangeness shit. But this one is a bust, fren
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>>30021690
>I'm an electrical engineer
I'm very happy for you, I'm a mathematician/programmer. What you described are unit tests and integration tests. I, too, was referring to unit tests. You don't test five pieces of equipment or five different functions/classes by sending one single input and hope they all read it in the way you want them to. You set up each the way it can run and yield usable results on its own. Independent tests can be run parallel to eachother, but only because they ARE independent. No wonder why "beforeeach" and "aftereach" methods are almost universally implemented. Integration tests are different, where you exactly want the entire system working together.

As such I refuse to believe that all 3 or more radars visible in the pic would be tested against one single input, because that might be passable as an integration test, but not as the equipment test per radar site they claim it to be. In the very least, that would be a very small sample size, which then they couldn't cross reference in case of an error or anomaly.

By the way, there is no reason why any of these tests would need to be ran on production level software, and made visible to the "users"; or why they'd even appear on screen. Tests are largely automated, where only the logs are relevant to anyone. (of course then there's cypress where the whole gimmick is that you see the test running)

I don't claim the "hacker theory" to be true, like I said it's very unplausible. But it is something I can think of which could fit the entire frame: it's not occurring in real life, only as data; it doesn't necessarily co-relate to any one radar, but the system itself; and they'd try to hush-hush it.
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>>30021807
I disagree that what you're saying necessarily rules out that this was testing since we know literally nothing about the system. I also suspect all three sites pull and process and display data from the same radar system. If it's three different radar systems and you can prove it then I'll eat my words and it was some sort of real phenomenon

As for displaying it to the user, you might not be able to perform this test without displaying the results to the user unless you take the system offline, especially if the testing is hardware or equipment related. When you're looking for faults in the physical device you can't test by simulating that device.
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>>30010861
>radar reflection... but of what or who..
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>>30022039
>then I'll eat my words and it was some sort of real phenomenon
I've never said it is, the exact opposite in fact. But the claim that it's testing doesn't sit well with me either.

Of course neither of us know the inner workings of their system, and you are very right that if this is equipment related testing then it probably requires them some maintenance mode or going offline, which is something I've eluded to here >>30020961.

Please rephrase the rest of your argument, because it doesn't make a lot of sense to me.

Premise A: These are different radar systems.
Question: Then why do they do their tests in unison down to the minute?

Premise B: These are not different radar systems, only different radars/stations.
Premise B1: This is a hardware test to see if the equipment is working.
Question: Why isn't it done per radar, but all in one? My main reason for asking this is because, like I said (based on the visibility radia shown on windy) some of the stations don't seem to catch a lot of the actual shape.

Premise B2: This is a software test.
Question: Why do we, as the users, see it?
Premise B2.1: This is an integration test, to see if the data flowing in from multiple sources (the radars) can be parsed and handled correctly.
Question: Why does this require the actual hardware? Inputs like these are usually mocks with predetermined outcomes we can assert against/set up constraints for.
Premise B2.2: These are unit tests (or this is MT for some version of QA or something).
Question: Why is it done from one single input? Unit tests, by their very nature, should be reusable, independent from eachother, and deterministic. (and also, why does it require the hardware?)

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>>30022312
Premise C: This is a FULL integration test for both the hardware and the software.
This could be the only plausible thing, but these almost never happen for several reasons. The most promiment ones: Testing can damage the hardware (or the very least miscalibrate it) when it goes wrong, which is something I'm sure you're aware of as an engineer. It's also very costly, even if it doesn't go wrong. And of course, it still requires some preset input you can run the test against. I simply don't understand the "we use software the simulate the weather event, the hardware somehow reads this as if it was real weather (then what am I testing exactly?), and then we see the data it sends back and how it gets back into the system we manipulated to begin with". "All in one" tests like these are basically the system running by itself, with analytic, diagnostic, and issue tracking software running in the background. Usually several, along with mechanical ones (for example a fire alarm or CO2 meter in certain factories).

Now, I don't expect you to be able to actually answer any of these questions, and neither of us actually works there. But as you can see, I have too many questions to cast aside, and thus I'm left with reasonable doubt that the "official story" is actually the truth. Neither are any other ones that came up in this thread, but that doesn't mean I need to chose one and cling to that.

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>>30021233
lmao jew
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>>30022039
>When you're looking for faults in the physical device you can't test by simulating that device
Oh by the way, how is the actual radar equipment even tested if it cannot be simulated and it "shouldn't be" a real world phenomena it reads?

???
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>>30022323
>>30021233
Ignore him he's high on smegma
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>>30015004
>visit Earth
>tamper with our genes
>steal cute girls
They could combine the thicc Mexican and Polish booba, all they'd need is Japanese cuteness and...my GOD, man! The last 12,000 years have been to cultivate the ULTIMATE SHORTSTACK!
Get.
Me.
THE PRESIDENT.
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>>30022323
lmao goy
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>>30022381
the radar equipment itself is not simulated because the goal is to test the equipment. The input signal is simulated.

I don't have time to reply to >>30022312
>>30022318. I simply don't care enough.
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>>30020674
"The city is home to the Mummy Museum, which contains naturally mummified bodies that were found in the municipal cemetery between the mid 19th and 20th centuries."
"The name Guanajuato comes from Purépecha kuanhasï juáta (or in older orthography "quanax huato"), which means “frog hill”."
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Guanajuato_City
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>>30010861
Just a glitch don't worry
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>>30011947
centered on a place called Shrine of Christ the King
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>>30010861
I think that it is the radar artifacts.
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>>30021233

>is against the clarification of the issue
>screams about conspiracy theories
> immediately admits to being jew

kek
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>>30020239
here from another source form the same day
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>>30023771
FROG HILL
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>>30026810
It's just concentric rings of storm clouds. Rare, but completely natural.
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>>30029555

>>30020239
that wass the same day, tell my why then rings are blinking
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>>30029624
>>30027896

>it's just a storm guys believe me
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>>30029569
Lightning strike activity within the storm clouds. Sometimes they sync up because of electromagnetic resonance. Rare, but completely natural.
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>>30020239
Out of curiosity, what were the flight paths of planes in that area? Wouldn't want to crash mid flight into a cloaked ayy party dish.
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it's nothing, guys. don't worry about it.
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>>30030118
exactly. it's just swamp gas, radar tests malfunctioning, birds on the receiver and a bagel on the control panel. these gentiles get so worked up about nothing!
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don't worry guys it's just a fucking
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>>30011889
There are two actual attempts to explain, both with zero proof. So "no".
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>>30021159
Show me where it is debunked. I want to see scientific meteorological sources where the equipment calibration methods are described. Even textbooks have information like that for every field.
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What do we know about Grodno?
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>>30010861
The same things it was in all the other threads all the times it happened before.

That one looks like a calibration thing weather radar stations do from time to time, but you also get rings centered on the radar from ground clutter that are usually a bit less regular, and bird "roost rings that are also not quite as regular like pic related.
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>>30011323
Mexico.
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>>30011890
That's where the weather radar is, they center on the radar site that produces them.
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Hi guys
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>>30011947
>Weather Radar tracker
>perfectly circular, pulses in and out and rotates over the course of one hour
>not a thunderstorm, would be the same symbols as off the coast at Mazatlan
big spooky
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>>30029762

a bit creppy that very similar messages pop up every now and then saying it's nothing to worry about

>>30029555
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>>30020239
>>30026810
>>30033079
>>30033203
>>30033211
LITERAL BIRDS
>>30011947
LITERAL RADAR GLITCH

/x/ schizos almost have /pol/ schizos beat
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>>30034659
>birds
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kys jew
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>>30034659
>hur dur birds and gltiches
At least you should have had the courtesy to read the fucking thread to produce better bait. We already know of birds and shit.
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>>30010861
h.a.a.r.p
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>>30027896
Yes, Frog Hill
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>>30027896
With mummies.
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>>30029555
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