THIS ISLAND MOVES AND HITS THE COAST! 9 UNBELIEVABLE NATURAL PHENOMENA


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You've probably noticed that children are surprised by literally everything in the world: clouds, flowers, unusual trees... Unfortunately, time goes by and gradually people cease to pay attention to everything that surrounds them. But we know how to fix that! After all, there are many unusual natural phenomena in the world that can surprise anyone, including scientists. Are you ready to learn something new about the amazing natural world, something you could have never imagined? Then...


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Wow. Thanks to the fact that I've lived in several different areas, I've been fortunate enough to see several of these phenomena. And yeah, I knew they were massively cool when I saw 'em! I've seen green clouds, most notably during the Oak Lawn tornado outbreak west of Chicago in April, 1967. Look it up. That, ladies and gentlemen, made me wary of a greenish-tinged atmosphere. It's spooky as all get-out.



In NC, I saw "choreographed" lightning bugs in the Piedmont region during the early 60s, and sprites sometime between 1983 and 1986. And yeah, given that it was 2:30 am, I was pretty much waiting for the mother ship to land.



Lastly, we had snow rollers here in Ohio in 2014. They were beyond cool-looking!

3 hours ago

dr. dolittle

17 hours ago

The lightning facts are cool with those sprite things, but there are many different types of lightning that move in many different directions. It can even start from the ground and then go up into the sky.

21 hours ago

Yesterday i was looking outside and i see a green lightning_bolt

1 day ago

The spiders hhhhhheeeeeeellllll nnnnnnnnnnooooooooool

4 days ago

Spider rain reminds me of busting a nut all over my girls kitchen.

4 days ago

The last one is really similar to the foam released by a very green shrub. Long grass like stalks with long and spread out leaves /fronds. There are two types one with curled leaves and others with straight.
It occurs about now in the uk, late April through to may.
On windy days the foam can bunch up and fly. I'll admit it's not as jelly like but still similar. Maybe a varient of the same plant?

4 days ago

The last one is really similar to the foam released by a very green shrub. Long grass like stalks with long and spread out leaves /fronds. There are two types one with curled leaves and others with straight.
It occurs about now in the uk, late April through to may.
On windy days the foam can bunch up and fly. I'll admit it's not as jelly like but still similar. Maybe a varient of the same plant?

4 days ago

Errrrrrr I'm er kind of sorry ladies and gentlemen + others but that is cum, not space jelly!!!!

4 days ago

oi i have seen the green clouds before , it has always been during tornadic weather here

4 days ago

6:14

5 days ago

glad uganda was included, uganda/wakanda foreva!

5 days ago

When you bring Weather into the video why don't you speak of HAARP? There's a good
reason why we're not told all about this technology because they're causing some strange
& powerful weather events. SEED those clouds to make massive rainfall & we were doing
that in Vietnam but how about you tell us how ChemTrails are used w/ HAARP? Plus I've
read that there are more than 70 of the Ionosphere Heater's but they are smaller than the
one in Alaska. All of those w/ chemtrail seeded into the clouds is probably the way they
blame Climate Change but they are causing most of it themselves. There's reasons they
don't tell us what they're doing because it ain't good.... They're creating severe weather
and there are over 70 of these Worldwide. Playing GOD is a dangerous thing......

5 days ago

Death by inline ads!

5 days ago

Running up on that island was probably a bad idea. I imagine a hole could have opened up suddenly and swallowed one of those guys up and then mashed him like a banana.

5 days ago

Wait that ground moved but without anyone reacting like people usually do during an earthquake?

Was that land movement just the residual after effects of their kind of earthquakes?

5 days ago

The way he worded it I think it was an after effect caused by rough surrounding water

5 days ago

That tree is just taking one massive piss!

5 days ago

This video is a load of shit!!!!!!!!!

6 days ago

@3:20 "It takes thousands and thousands of years for continents to move... " ? No, continents can be moved in seconds - if you don't believe it, study hundreds of independent historic documents, written in over a dozen languages from all across our Earth - or believe the nonsense from the geologists that regurgitate preposterous nonsense. If you think geologists are brilliant scientists, try doing a search on their IQ's ... with few exceptions, they're 85 to 115 which is - at best - the intellectual equivalent to the smart kids in fifth and sixth grades ... the fact that you believe their lunacy speaks volumes about your own lack of intelligence - sorry to be blunt but your stupidity is conspicuous.

6 days ago

I don’t think you have enough ads on this 11 min video

6 days ago

Can someone tell me whats the name of that movie clip @ 6:34 ?

6 days ago

That elephant looks high AF.

6 days ago

Those fireflies/lightning bugs are found all over the eastern US.. I've watched them in many states over the past 74 years..

6 days ago

+haplessasshole

Those were among the most memorable parts of my childhood.. I married a city boy and had all of my kids in the city.. When the oldest was about 6, we visited the country.. I took them Into the middle of the large front yard to experience what I thought of as the thrill of a lifetime.. They were scared and had to go back inside.. I cried and vowed to make more visits home..

3 hours ago

Yup. We loved watching them in Alamance County, NC. My engineer uncles used to discuss ways to determine the wave dynamics of the flashes as we all enjoyed homemade ice cream. (Dang, we had an interesting family.) Carolina Biological Supply in my hometown of Burlington for a very short time paid kids to collect lightning bugs in specific areas, one of which was my great-grandmother's woods. That may well have been part of the sampling for the studies mentioned in this video. Lucky us -- we got paid to do one of our most favorite early-summer evening activities!

3 hours ago

10:08 any porn mags found near the star jelly

6 days ago

The "Fountain Tree" if it had been in India, it would already be a temple filled with worshipers.

6 days ago

+Aaa Aaa 🙂🙂

21 hours ago

Anand jamatia even worst im hispanic n wld wld nt use such a statement .... came across real racial bro nt sayin u are jus sayin thats how it seem

22 hours ago

+Aaa Aaa srry bro...am an Indian.

22 hours ago

Anand jamatia damn racial profileing

23 hours ago

Hahahaha! Thats the funniest thing ive read all day!

1 day ago

I have saw green clouds before. A tornado 🌪 hit right after.

6 days ago

It's all just swap gas.

1 week ago

0:53 was cool

1 week ago

6:16 One of the coolest storm pics I've seen!

1 week ago

ANother interesting tidbit seems that no matter how up up you go, the horizon stays straight (dismissing hereby fish eye lens recordings)

1 week ago