What is this smoke ring above the lake of Zurich?
A Big Pothead? A new type of UFO? A heat phenomenon? Someone smoking a large joint? American Indians making smoke signals? A mirage? A volcanic eruption?
Although this event remains a mystery even for scientists, lots of people were amazed in front of this odd sky phenomenon.
Something really weird happen over Lake Zurich in Switzerland yesterday evening, June 18, 2013: Residents around the lake spotted a weird ring of smoke rising and widening above them.
At the beginning the bizarre small cloud ring had a diameter of about 10 meters. After a few miles of travel it was around 50 meters wide. During its trip, it always kept its spherical shape. The ring continued to rise in the air and got lighter and lighter until it finally completely dissolved. Than, the nightmare was over.
Scientists from Meteo News suspect a special fireworks, which could have exploded over the lake. They say the event is certainly not natural. It looks as if something had been shot from a cannon with a lot of pressure and exploded. The cloud in form of a ring would speak for this thesis!
In a similar way, somebody says it could be related to a hail cannon, which is fired when large thunderstorms form to prevent from hail. In the same way also reach us by speculation that it will be the mysterious circle around a bee or mosquito swarm.
What do you think? Have you ever seen such a smoke signal before? Do you have any idea what it could be? Volcanic smoke rings? Then write us back !
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. . . and they study the super small miniaturization projects –
Microengineering at EPFL
“It is a highly transdisciplinary field extending basic mechatronics engineering to disciplines such as physics, chemistry, biology, medecine and many others” << BIOLOGY??? WTF?
They already have fly-sized drones to spy on protestors.
see – http://wp.me/pA5vn-2TH
CSEM is there –
They use the lake to study evaporation times of chemicals —
Distribution, residence time, and fluxes of tetrachloroethylene and 1,4-dichlorobenzene in Lake Zurich, Switzerland