Here is the weather satellite animation data for Western Canada, regarding the storms developing in southern Alberta. The playback is July 3 - 6.00 am to July 4 - 11.00 pm MST. Take note of where the strange tapering plumes (storms) are developing in S.Alberta. We are uncertain of where the source of this cloud formation is being fed from.
On July 4th, Calgary residents and others in southern Alberta were issued a tornado warning from Environment Canada. What was not mentioned to the public was the censoring of our weather data.
During this animation playback above, take note of the screen blackout which occurs on July 3 immediately after 20:30 UTC. We are astonished at the amount of data that was taken out of this loop. There is a large segment missing between July 3, 20:30 and July 4, 6:00 UTC. These frames have been removed from the satellite images. We believe this data has been intentionally censored out, prior to the developing severe storm in southern Alberta. Several Doppler stations in Western Canada also had their data removed during this time, prior to heavy electromagnetic pulsing coming from the NEXRAD / Doppler stations in the Prairies region. We also checked the data for Eastern Canada, and noted similarly this censoring to the public in selected areas. Furthermore, we also noted that July 4, 19:30 - 20:30 UTC (1:30 - 2:30 pm MST) has been censored out.
|Several Doppler stations in Western Canada have had their data censored from the public. Prior to almost all stations appearing blank, note the strong EM-pulsation at the Prairie stations, such as Calgary, Medicine Hat and others.|
At this point, it becomes more clear to see the straight-edged cloud system that has formed, using EM frequencies emitted from the Doppler station. This is further manifested when one takes a close look at the thin and bent linear arm that is pulsed in the same direction. During this time, further strange anomalies can be seen near Lake Louis, which is pictured below:
cease, the storm system stops going south and resumes its natural motion east. Meanwhile, there are other numerous storm systems developing south of Calgary, during the video playback.
Video footage of the storm making its way into northern Calgary (6:30 pm) can be seen here. Note how the southern end of the storm is well defined by its linear (radar-pulsed) edge. This also seems to be consistent with the radar at this time. The storm system appeared to be moving very fast, despite the apparent wind speed. Very low clouds were also spotted separately moving below this system.
We noted that the cloud system near the Rockies seems to appear quiet in the beginning of the video, however, as soon as the Doppler station becomes active in pulsing, one can see stretched cloud
systems being driven north east directly towards the Doppler station centre. Furthermore, note the strange cloud system forming near Hanna, AB here. It appears to hold very little moisture, and has no apparent source for its cloud development.
There may be more strange anomalies and other natural formations not discussed in the length of this entry. Please notify us if you come across anything interesting.
|Red Deer, AB: This is a photograph sent in by one of our Skywatchers, facing north as the storm system passed over this town. It is interesting to note the shape of these clouds, which are referred to by meteorologists as mammatus clouds. However, one must consider how these clouds form in response to artificial radiative heating from EM waves emitted by ground or air-based devices.|
|Calgary, AB: NEXRAD-pulsed clouds prior to the storm|
|Calgary, AB: On-lookers stand in astonishment, viewing the intensity of this strange storm|
|North-east in Calgary, AB: In this photograph, an unusually low, long tapering cloud appears to be moving from left to right, immediately above the houses|
|Could this be the linear bent arm we saw being driven south in the radar?|
|Another photograph showing the intensity of this oncoming storm|