Friday, October 7, 2016

San Francisco Residents Video A Very Large And Strange Blue Cloud Over The City

Source; MUFON
Place; San Francisco
Date; 2016-10-04
Time; 3:20AM

we have obtained the video that the eye witnesses recorded and it is while a little obscure, can certainly be made out. The blue cloud (spot) also reminds me of another sighting that was made in the Antarctica which was filmed from a satellite by scientists. Just follow the highlighted link above for that amazing story.
I have done some research on this very subject and found that it happens all over th world. But each one is in it's own way "unique". The overall blue spot is describing around a hundred events that I am aware of? What makes this one amazing is that it was filmed by a woman in the early hours and not near any official buildings of sorts ir, airports, research institutes, military grounds. Which to my understanding is where the majority of the "blue clouds" have been sighted?

Actual statements from the eye witness;
Saw a blue illuminated light behind clouds and fog. Remained for over an hour. Had one distinct edge. Looked like a triangle. Not a spot light. Saw flashes in the bottom right corner of it. it appeared to be very large and pulsated slightly.

Here is a couple of stills from the video, in the second I have highlighted it with dark colours because red blurs it entirely;
Amazing looking blue spot within the clouds in san francisco
Amazing blue pot in the clouds
Amazing looking blue spot within the clouds in san francisco
No this is not an Ipod
Eye witness states that they saw a blue spot cloud type of strange event unfolding before their very eyes. This is a weird story to say the least.

A similar event happened at an airport in Azerbaijan on the 21st July 2016. (Click the highlighted link). I added this because the dates are not so far apart and I want to show that it has happened elsewhere in this ever so crazy world before also? But as you can see this is a little different than what the eye witnesses saw in San Francisco? But it is clouds, are they evolving, appearing to grow in intensity? Maybe messaging each other? A type of Alien communication ploy? It is hard to say but one thing we can all agree on is this, it is something! We are not sure what, but definitely something?


Here (above) is another example of clouds with a blue colour. Is it a possibility that the colour blue is a somewhat common recurrence, a meaning? It could be but the truth of the matter is that we just don't know as yet? Scientists are working on it with ice particles theory etc so we could see a full understanding in the near future? It opens up so more questions when you probe just a little bit each time.

Here we have more mysterious clouds (below) as you guessed it, over the United States. Here is a link to the actual story from 07/16/09 and I have inserted a clip of the writings here -
"The global changes that appear to be reshaping noctilucent cloud distribution could be much more complex"
Said Vincent Wickwar, an atmospheric scientist at Utah State University whose team was first to report a mid-latitude noctilucent cloud in 2002.

So there we have a first reporting's on this subject from way back in 2002. It is still happening now but with more and more occurrences.


Here's a quick link to a "Time article" about noctilucent clouds I thought you might like? I hope this answers some of your questions and thanks for reading my report.

Self-Cannibalization: Nobel Prize In Medicine Goes To “Self-Eating” Cells

  • Cellular biologist Yoshinori Ohsumi won a Nobel Prize for his work in autophagy, or "self-eating" cells. 
  • The research will be the foundation to developing ways of dealing with bacteria and viruses.
Nobel peace price for medicine
Proof that studies from 2016 Nobel Laureate Yoshinori Ohsumi generated a massive amount of research into autophagy. (Credit: Nobel Assembly)
The Nobel PRIZE in medicine was awarded to cellular biologist Yoshinori Ohsumi for his research in autophagy, a vital mechanism of biological cells by which they digest and recycle waste. Ohsumi’s work is a vital discovery in biomedicine that is the foundation to many forms of treatment. Autophagy literally means “self-eating.” It was first observed in the 1960s, when researchers observed that living cells “recycled” its own waste, destroying sub-cellular parts of itself and transporting them to other regions of the cell. Studying these mechanisms was difficult, and very little was known about them until Ohsumi’s ground breaking experiments in the early 1990s. The Japanese biologist used baker’s yeast to elucidate the mechanism of autophagy in yeast, identifying genes essential in the cell’s waste-processing system. Ohsumi’s work led to a new paradigm in understanding the cell. It was the first time the sophisticated machinery of the complex living cell was revealed. And ultimately, it led to an amazing influx of publications regarding this mechanism.

Yoshinori Ahsumi;
Image result for Yoshinori Ohsumi image

Degradation and the processing of waste is a vital mechanism of our body. Autophagy can eliminate bacteria and viruses after infections. It can rapidly provide fuel for energy and building blocks for renewal of cellular components. It could give us a way to make Parkinson’s disease drugs that work by controlling autophagy and cleaning up cellular clutter. It could provide new ways of fighting Diabetes and a host of other diseases. Of course, those advancements are still some ways off, but Ohsumi’s work has forever changed the landscape of medicine in the 21st century, and it will likely lead people to longer and healthier lives.

Here is a diagram of autugaphy;

So what is autogaphy?

Autophagy (or autophagocytosis) (from the Ancient Greek αὐτόφαγος autóphagos, meaning "self-devouring" and κύτος kýtos, meaning "hollow"), is the natural, regulated, destructive mechanism of the cell that disassembles unnecessary or dysfunctional components. Autophagy allows the orderly degradation and recycling of cellular components.

In macroautophagy, targeted cytoplasmic constituents are isolated from the rest of the cell within a double-membraned vesicle known as an autophagosome. The autophagosome eventually fuses with lysosomes and the contents are degraded and recycled.

Two additional forms of autophagy are also commonly described: microautophagy and chaperone-mediated autophagy (CMA). In disease, autophagy has been seen as an adaptive response to stress, which promotes survival, whereas in other cases it appears to promote cell death and morbidity.

In the extreme case of starvation, the breakdown of cellular components promotes cellular survival by maintaining cellular energy levels. The name "autophagy" was coined by Belgian biochemist Christian de Duve in 1963.

The identification of autophagy-related genes in yeast in the 1990s let researchers figure out the mechanisms of autophagy, and led to the award of the 2016 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine to Japanese autophagy researcher Yoshinori Ohsumi.