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I`ve seen the crepuscular rays one before, definitely. Not sure about the others, though.
and idk if anyone`s said this yet, but isn`t a green flash what happens when a soul is returned to the earth? haha
The article forgot my favorite phenomena of all--the fire rainbow (circumhorizontal arc). http://www.snopes.com/photos/natural/fir...
and then he said, "ON THIS WEBSITE"
"ON THIS WEBS...fudge YOU"
Your post made me giggle.
I think it`s really unfortunate how many people on here haven`t seen aurora borealis (or Northern Lights, which is what we call them). I have seen them hundreds of times due to where I live. I never get tired of seeing them.
Keep in mind, even though in that video its speed up a bunch, aurora do actually move quite fast at times. So don`t think it was only moving fast because the video was sped up. :)
Cerpuscular RaysMirages(pretty sure everybody has seen the gravity waves without knowing)Halo/SundogAurora Borealis
that makes a possible 5, with 4 certainly.
i want to see the aurora though ;d
I wish I could see gravity waves for real, they look awesome and trippy.
The hill I`ve been on is a pretty minor one, so it`s not listed in the Wiki entry, but it does appear to slant up, yet things roll up the slant. Very cool to experience.
`AtmoicMuffin you`re not winning because I said I`ve seen 11`
11 out of 10? wow. is there something your not telling us? have you made your own natural phonomenom?
Seen 5, all living in one city
Aurora borealis. I`ve so gotta see that.
According to Wikipeadia there`s a gravity hill near where I live and another one near where I`m going to school next year. I`ll have to go check those out.
Moonbow though, totally new to me. That`s the one I really want to see. Aurora Borealis too, I think it would be awesome to have a big event under that instead of fireworks. Like I dunno, maybe get married under it or something, or celebrate new year.
Bit awkward I`d think trying to time it right.
Mirages and something else.