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Charisma
03-23-2013, 03:52 PM
Usually only still photographs are posted, but this is moving. It seems to be changing rather quickly, compared to the only one I ever saw with my own eyes.

http://www.wunderground.com/wximage/katy99780/4593

David M
03-24-2013, 05:16 AM
Usually only still photographs are posted, but this is moving. It seems to be changing rather quickly, compared to the only one I ever saw with my own eyes.

http://www.wunderground.com/wximage/katy99780/4593

Unfortunately, the video is not playing smoothly and so I might have to download it to see it as I should. This does remind me of a program in which Joanna Lumley goes to Finland to get a sight of the Aurora Borealis. From the TV footage I have seen, the movement of the curtains of light do move very swiftly and are constantly changing. It is not something which is continuous and lasts for minutes.

I have not seen the Nothern Lights, does that mean, I should not believe they exist? Can I believe someone else's report? I can believe the Bible and its explanation for the origin of life with as much certainty as I believe science can give an explanation for the occurrence of the Nothern Lights (or the Southern Lights).

David

Richard Amiel McGough
03-24-2013, 01:06 PM
Usually only still photographs are posted, but this is moving. It seems to be changing rather quickly, compared to the only one I ever saw with my own eyes.

http://www.wunderground.com/wximage/katy99780/4593
Hey there Charisma,

Those are quite beautiful. I see they are posted by one "Kate" from Tok, Alaska. Do you know her? I have an old friend in Tok named Kate. I bet it's her.

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