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Induce Cumulus – MET Office unable to explain

Induce Cumulus – MET Office unable to explain

By on Jan 14, 2016 in blog | 0 comments

Having invented some laughable explanations for the increasingly strange things we now see in our skies, we feel the MET Office must have what amounts to a creative director. Despite their unending ability to conjure up pseudoscience for pretty much every inquiry we make, citing the increasingly versatile behavior of ice crystals as the explanation for almost everything, it seems we have finally stumped them.

Induced Cumulus clouds only form over land and in long rows. Explain that one guys if you will.


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