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519 Name: ( ˃ ヮ˂) : 1993-09-6745 19:15

Anyways, >>518, please listen to me. Even though it's not really related to WEATHER AND/OR CLOUD FORMATIONS. I went to the sky a while ago; you know, that big thing up there? Well anyways there were an insane number of WEATHER AND/OR CLOUD FORMATIONS there, and I couldn't form. Oh, the stupidity. Those WEATHER AND/OR CLOUD FORMATIONS. 4 cumulonimbi, all out for some WEATHER AND/OR CLOUD FORMATIONS, huh? How fucking nice. "Alright, daddy's gonna raise temperatures near the tropopause." God, I can't bear to watch.

The sky should be a diverse place. That tense atmosphere, where two masses of water vapor on opposite sides of the sky can precipitate at any time, the conjoin-or-dissipate mentality, that's what's great about WEATHER AND/OR CLOUD FORMATIONS. Towering vertical storms should screw off and stay home.

Anyways, I was about to start forming, and then the bastard beside me goes "deep moist convection, with an unstable atmosphere." Who in the world forms with deep moist convection nowadays, you moron? I want to ask him, "do you REALLY want to form with deep moist convection?" I want to interrogate him. I want to interrogate him for roughly an hour. Are you sure you don't just want to try saying "deep moist convection"?

Coming from a sky veteran such as myself, the latest trend among us vets is this, polar mesospheric clouds. That's right, polar mesospheric clouds. This is the vet's way of forming. Polar mesospheric clouds are a diffuse scattering layer of water ice crystals near the summer polar mesopause. But on the other hand they are only visible in the twilight. This is the key. And then, it's beautiful. This is unbeatable.

However, if you form this then there is danger that you'll be marked by the scientists from next time on; it's a double-edged sword. I can't recommend it to amateurs. What this all really means, though, is that you, >>518, should just stick with altocumulus.

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