This article was sent my Ms. K.M., and I found it so intriguing that I just had to talk about it, or rather, better put, think out loud about it and let everyone eavesdrop:

Antimatter haze found in thundercloud, and the laws of physics can’t explain it

Now, you'll note the sensational title that "This is what it's like to fly a plane through a cloud of anti-matter" is perhaps a bit disingenious, for as the article itself makes clear, matter-antimatter reactions are total annihilation reactions, leaving nothing but (a lot of) energy in their wake. For example, if a positron and an electron collide, they mutually annihilate and release a lot of electromagnetic energy in the form of gamma rays. These two small particles have the same very small mass, but opposite charge(i.e., they spin in opposite directions). Thus, we can forget about there being a "whole cloud" of the stuff floating around for the airplane to fly through, for such a cloud would first of all have to have been kept in a kind of "bubble" and prevented from touching any matter (and hence being annihilated in the process, and causing quite possibly a lot of sunburn in the region, if not more serious consequences). For an airplane to fly through one, being made of matter as it is, probably little of it, or the cloud, would have remained.

But now that we have dispensed with the idea that there was a whole "antimatter cloud" floating around, it is clear that an anomalous amount of the stuff was encountered, which, as the article also avers, can be created in small amounts by cosmic ray collisions with matter, or by intense lightning, which (to complete the unstated analogy here) would be something like a high energy heavy ion particle accelerator or collider, which would again produce minute amounts of the stuff which. In both cases, whatever antimatter as might have been produced would probably not be around long enough to collect itself into a "cloud" simply because it would annihilate immediately on contact with matter, a high likelihood, since there's so much of the stuff floating around in a thunderstorm.

So where might it be coming from? ONe possibility - a highly remote one - is human sources, as particle colliders produce minute amounts of it all the time. But here too, this is highly unlikely since, as we've seen, antimatter annihilates when it comes into contact with matter.  So we may be looking at a new phenomenon, or, perhaps, at aspects of anti-matter production by cosmic rays or lightning, that have never revealed themselves before. Whatever the case may be, this could be a significant story and one to watch.

See you on the flip side...


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Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".


  1. Churchless Mouse on May 21, 2015 at 5:48 am

    Of course we should find it there. The question is whether it was just that cloud, or all t-storms.

  2. marcos toledo on May 20, 2015 at 9:46 am

    It is long overdue that what is pass off as science should honestly be called scientism. A religion of science and they should begin to do real science instead of concocting dogma and passing off as truth. If our elites want to believe the Moon made of green cheese, the Earth is flat, and the Universe revolves around the Earth they can do so but don’t force the rest of us to believe their fantasies. That serve their dreams of omnipotence.

    • Delurking on May 20, 2015 at 7:58 pm

      Ah, but they are only just getting started with the scientism. This is the foundation of technocracy and our technocratic elite as imposed by the Rockefeller Trilateral Commission on the Rockefeller UN and the US and other governments. The same broken sewer pipe which has spewed out “Global Warming,” “Sustainable Development,” “Agenda 21,” and “Climate Change” continues to spew out “Common Core” and heaven knows what else in terms of eugenics and control.

  3. Aridzonan_13 on May 20, 2015 at 9:40 am

    There was an experiment done in `87 by Brown and Lindemann as part of an Eric Dollard VHS tape expose` on unexplained electrical phenoms. Lindemann and Brown had constructed an improved Faraday Disc where instead of just a rotating metal disc and a shaft. They had added magnets to the metal disc. This produced AC volts to the tune of =< 10 VAC and about, get this 100 Amps. (Note the original Faraday Disc only produced DC current). Where the current was induced via DC motor brushes placed at 90 deg angles on the disc and shaft. Note, there were no inductors, ie coils involved. This too is against every known law of Newtonian Physics. So, I did some research. Tesla wrote about the Faraday Disc phenom. He found it very interesting and yet, had not the time to research it.

    However, the Faraday disc, like most of Tesla's work is omitted from University. Dollard Tesla's heir apparent and alleged neighbor of Filo Farnsworth developed two more Steinmetz like equations to the original pair. Where in it he extrapolates that "TIME" / "INNER Dimensional SPACE" (the space between atoms) is part of the OU equation. So, I'm not surprised this is a natural process that has not been known previously. Where the tremendous power generated by a thunderstorm creates anti-matter..

    Oh, Steinmetz was a hunchback dwarf. So at that time, Hollywood portrayed Steinmetz as Igor and Tesla as the Mad Scientist. Interesting bit of character assassination.

    • Lost on May 21, 2015 at 5:38 am

      DePlama repeated the Faraday disc work, and Lindemann knew him.

      That’s not part of the Borderlands Eric Dollard, Tom Brown, Lindemann video series.

      GE celebrated Steinmetz. And GE employed others like Alexanderson into his 90s. (No Alexanderson, no long distance transmission of AC power, not DC.) Yes, Steinmetz is rumored to have done time experiments.

      Langmuir, who came after Steinmetz died, invented the atomic hydrogen welder, shades of Brown’s gas.

      Philo Farnsworth Jr. lived near Dollard, and Ms Farnsworth shared some Farnsworth tubes with Dollard in the 1980s.

      It’s no secret that Tesla was bit of a mad scientist, but he was given interview space in the New York Times well into the 1930s.

      • Aridzonan_13 on May 21, 2015 at 12:22 pm

        Here is my source . This video is circa 87-88. It has some very interesting material. I’m attempting to repeat the Brown Lindemann AC Faraday Disc experiment and drive it pneumatically. I have most of the ingredients. I just have to do a bit of machining to finish it up.

        • paraschtick on May 24, 2015 at 4:26 pm

          Thanks for the link Aridzonan_13, it looks mighty fascinating stuff. I’ve been interested in strange electrical phenomena since time immemorial, so it looks like I’ve got a tonne more youtube videos to watch now! 🙂 … so thanks for that.

          Anyhow, this phenomenon in the article reminds me greatly of the British UFO researcher’s book, Time Storms. It is a collection of stories rather similar to this where people have been driving around in cars (for instance), and say, a green cloud is attracted to their car, and then they are further up the road some distance, and they have lost time. Very strange stuff, indeed

          Anyway, I believe all this is a natural phenomenon that just hasn’t been looked at with any scrutiny as of yet by the “scientific” community.

          There are some very interesting things going on here which may hold some very interesting clues to gravity, anti-matter, and electrogravitic propulsion systems. Only time will tell …

  4. moxie on May 20, 2015 at 8:21 am

    Could the current “space conditions” be producing particle accelerator effects?
    They’re probably doing simulations in the LHC.?

  5. Robert Barricklow on May 20, 2015 at 8:19 am

    As the solar system moves through the Milky War,
    which itself is moving through the vastness of space…
    Are “we” moving into areas whose tell-tale signs…
    are beginning to become manifested in a…
    for lack of a better word…


    And if this is in someway cyclical,
    is there some form of an echo from the past…
    a kind of “Deja-Vu”?

  6. bdw000 on May 20, 2015 at 7:01 am

    “three spikes in γ-rays at an energy of 511 kiloelectronvolts, the signature of a positron annihilating with an electron”

    Notice how, as usual these days, there is no direct evidence of what they are claiming. Maybe they are right, maybe they aren’t. Who knows what ELSE might case that 511 keV spike.

    Modern physics logic goes like this: “we can’t think of anything else that can cause this, so it must be what we think it is.” Of course, there will be times when you are right in such situations. But there are also going to be times when you are wrong. The thing to keep in mind is that there is only logic here, no actual proof. This is a far cry from the science of Isaac Newton.

    • bdw000 on May 20, 2015 at 7:04 am

      How many people know that HIGH energy X-rays are emitted when you peel off some scotch tape? Yes, I mean the clear plastic dispenser from the grocery store. Simple static electricity produced by the force of a human hand can produce high energy X-rays. Something to think about.

    • Joseph P. Farrell on May 21, 2015 at 12:41 pm

      That’s the problem… this story bothered me, as you can tell, for those types of reasons and not just the claims.

  7. Lost on May 20, 2015 at 6:04 am

    Shades of what Victor Schauberger wrote about. We may yet learn that lightening is not really well understood electricity.

    Then given how easy it is to resharpen blades in a pyramid, and how easy some of the ORMUS processes are, and how easy it is to turn mercury into a bit of gold: There’s something very wrong with the rules of matter–and this would include antimatter.

  8. DanaThomas on May 20, 2015 at 5:26 am

    A new surprise from “Juppiter Tonans” (the Roman god of thunder)

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