Radar screens used to track weather patterns have been seen to show giant doughnut sized clouds. The clouds are large enough to circle a small country and vanish as quickly as they appear.
The rings are actually created by the weather messing with the radar technology. The doughnuts occur on radars when snow melts in the atmosphere causing the radar signal to bounce back. The ring’s edge is actually the edge of the radar and the size of the circle in the middle determined by the angle at which the radar points at the sky.
The snow melt can also cause straight lines that run behind one another.
As can be expected, UFO watchers know a thing or two behind these odd radar patterns. Speaking to AOL News, Marc Dantonio of the Mutual UFO Network said;
That doughnut or ring is something called a melting circle, where snow melted and radar picks it up – it’s a very thick area that forms an anomalistic ring,’
“The radar only has a certain range out to which it can go — that’s the outer border of the doughnut. And the inner border of the doughnut is based on the angle that the radar is aiming in the sky.”
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Isn’t that odd? Do you accept the “melting snow in the atmosphere” explanation or do you suspect modern radar is better than that?
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