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Wednesday, March 13, 2013


Hi Everybody:
I am so sure You know by now that I prefer butterflies and birds in my Sky. I know most of my friends that come here also favor the birds, bees and butterflies. So does this mean that all the rest of the bone-heads on the Planet prefer the Jumbo Jets, The Trails, The Instant Cloud Dust??!!!!!!!! 
Why are the ChemJets in the Sky?
For fifty years, nobody has said "what" the jets are doing. The Official word is:  All the jets are doing nothing.  
My Official word is:  Poppycock!

Feature Presentation tonight: Video Line Up from the Creative People at Google You Tube making Sky Music Vids and Sky Information Vids. (If You like them, sub their channel when you get your channel set up. Sub me too and I will sub you back so I can see your vids.)

Your photostudy is a new Tiger Butterfly
on my Azaleas. Enjoy! 


Papilio glaucus

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Papilio glaucus
Conservation status

Secure (NatureServe)[1]
Scientific classification
Species:P. glaucus
Binomial name
Papilio glaucus
  • Pterourus glaucus

The Eastern Tiger Swallowtail (Papilio glaucus) is a species of swallowtail butterfly native to North America. It is one of the most familiar butterflies in the eastern United States,[2] where it is common in many different habitats. It flies from spring to fall, during which it produces two to three broods. Adults feed on the nectar of many species of flowers, mostly from those of the ApocynaceaeAsteraceae, and Fabaceae families. P. glaucus has a wingspanmeasuring 7.9 to 14 centimeters (3 to 5.5 in). The male is yellow with four black "tiger stripes" on each fore wing. Females may be either yellow or black, making them dimorphic. The yellow morph is similar to the male, but with a conspicuous band of blue spots along the hindwind, while the dark morph is almost completely black.
The green eggs are laid singly on plants of the Magnoliaceae and Rosaceae families. Young caterpillars are brown and white; older ones are green with two black, yellow, and blue eyespots on the thorax. The caterpillar will turn brown prior to pupating. It will reach a length of 5.5 centimeters (2.2 in). The chrysalis varies from a whitish color to dark brown. Hibernation occurs in this stage in locations with cold winter months.

Dorsal and ventral sides. 1. dorsal male; 2. dorsal female; 3. dorsal female (dark morph); 4. ventral male; 5. ventral female; 6. ventral female (dark morph)


The Life of Eastern Tiger Swallowtail Butterfly and Thunderstorm in HD

Tiger in the Wildflowers (by me)

Feature Presentation:
Featuring You Tube Vid Creators (Thanks Everybody!)


from: Colorado:

Morning Quicky: Spectrum Fliers 3-11-2013 Livermore, CO USA


From East Coast:

'HAARP' TTA Frequency CREATES BLACK HOLE Using Chemtrails to Generate WINTER STORM TRIDENT !!!


Published on Mar 11, 2013
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Uploader: revmichellehopkins
Uploaded: March 11, 2013

Thank you to Bobby Mann for all the help and lovely pics that went into making this video. Love you so!


Images by Bobby Mann

What is Aerotoxic Syndrome?
Aerotoxic syndrome describes health effects from exposure to Chemtrail Aerosols or contaminated airplane cabin air. These health effects range from short-term memory impairment and headache to long-term rashes, diarrhea, numbness, parathesias, sleep disorders and nausea. The avation medicine community hasn't formally recognized aerotoxic syndrome, but affected aircrew and passengers are increasingly speaking out against the phenomenon.
As of September 2010, researchers are actively working on diagnostics to explain aerotoxic syndrome, but no authoritative conclusions have been published.
Sources of Aerotoxic Syndrome
Today's airplanes (with the exception of the new Boeing 787) use a cabin air system that mixes filtered recirculated air with compressed engine bleed air. While the air filters remove viruses and bacteria, they don't remove engine fumes or vapors. If there's a leak in the engine compression section, there's a chance that those chemicals could become incorporated in the bleed air circulated in the airplane cabin. A jet-fuel additive called tricresyl phosphate, or TCP, is believed to be the toxic chemical that causes aerotoxic syndrome when it's inhaled.
A "fume event" occurs when TCP mixes with compressed hot air in a particularly high concentration. During a fume event, passengers may see smoke and fumes in the airplane cabin, and they're particularly at risk for aerotoxic symdrome.
Symptoms of Aerotoxic Syndrome
The symptoms of aerotoxic syndrome vary widely in scope and intensity. They may appear during a flight or several days afterward.
Short-Term Effects of Aerotoxic Syndrome (1, 2)
· Neurotoxic symptoms include disorientation, blurred vision, vertigo, tunnel vision, shaking, tremors, parathesias, loss of consciousness, seizures, and loss of balance.
· Neuropsychological symptoms include headache, feeling intoxicated, confusion, memory impairment, and dizziness or lightheadedness.
· Nausea, vomiting, tinnitus, and irritation of nose, eyes and upper airways.
· Increased heart rate, breathing difficulties, cough, heart palpitations, chest tightness, respiratory failure and shortness of breath.
Long-Term Effects of Aerotoxic Syndrome (1)
· Parasthesias or numbness in the limbs, fingers or lips.
· Memory impairment, severe headaches, sleep disorders, forgetfulness, dizziness, loss of balance, lack of coordination.
· Chest pain, weakness and fatigue, hot flashes, increased heart rate, exhaustion, muscle weakness, muscle and joint pain, heart palpitations.
· Salivation, vomiting and nausea, diarrhea, hair loss, skin blisters, skin rashes and itching.
· Eye irritation, upper airway and nose irritation, signs of immunosuppresion and chemical sensitivity.

NASA Earth Data - Near Real Time (Orbit Swath) Images

Intellicast.com Weather Map

National Weather Service Enhanced Radar Image Loop

Google Coordinates:

Santa Cruz TTA
N 33 59.6900, W 119 37.8700

Isle of Guadalupe Hydroacoustic TTA
27°23'6.54"N 119° 1'8.28"W

SSEC Geostationary Satellite Images

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from: Colorado:

brief skycheck - 03/11/13


from France:

My Air Forces are killing me? 1 500 mts spray and WW3 Training WTF! HD


from East Coast:

Chemtrail Plague Is Upon Us !!! AEROTOXIC SYNDROME Killing Frequent Flyers ???


from Colorado:

MIND BLOWING CLOUD VORTEXES :) Some Pretty Trippy Stuff Today 3-9-2013 Livermore, CO USA


.....this is brendasue signing off from Rainbow Creek.  See You next time! Look Up and make a vid-

Of course, one more great performance! You never know where a jewel may be found. This is one:


blues rock honky tonk piano by mark salona

Published on Mar 9, 2013
This tune is called austin city music . It is an original melody written and recorded by Mark Salona. Copyright @ 2013 for this music video.
Thanks for listening.
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