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    Default A fire in the ocean? NASA spots strange 'thermal anomaly' in the middle of the Atlantic

    NASA has released a satellite image which reveals a strange “thermal anomaly” in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean.

    On July 14, 2017, the Suomi NPP satellite snapped a photo (below) showing a portion of South America and the neighboring ocean. Several hundred miles east of the Brazilian coast, you can see an isolated red dot indicating an area flagged by the satellite as being unusually warm, otherwise known as a thermal anomaly.

    The Visible Infrared Imaging Radiometer Suite (VIIRS) instrument on Suomi NPP—which is jointly operated by NASA and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration—detects thousands of these anomalies every night, the vast majority of which are caused by fires.

    “But obviously a fire isn’t burning in the middle of the ocean,” Patricia Oliva, a scientist at Universidad Mayor who was previously involved in developing a fire detection algorithm for VIIRS, said in a statement.

    So, what then could be responsible for the anomaly?

    Natural gas flares sometimes get flagged by VIIRS, however, these only occur in shallow waters near the coast. Similarly, volcanic activity can be marked as an anomaly, but there are no volcanoes anywhere near the red dot on the map.

    “It is almost certainly SAMA,” Oliva said, in reference to the South Atlantic Magnetic Anomaly.

    https://www.newsweek.com/fire-ocean-...lantic-1191538

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    Default Re: A fire in the ocean? NASA spots strange 'thermal anomaly' in the middle of the Atlantic

    I really wouldn't be so sure that those "anomalies" aren't volcanic in nature. There is lots of new volcanic activity all over the planet, though the "experts" aren't reporting a lot of it, or are attempting to attribute it to other causes. If you listen to Dutchsinse's reports, it's not that mysterious.
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    So, what then could be responsible for the anomaly?

    Natural gas flares sometimes get flagged by VIIRS, however, these only occur in shallow waters near the coast. Similarly, volcanic activity can be marked as an anomaly, but there are no volcanoes anywhere near the red dot on the map.

    “It is almost certainly SAMA,” Oliva said, in reference to the South Atlantic Magnetic Anomaly.

    https://www.newsweek.com/fire-ocean-...lantic-1191538
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    Default Re: A fire in the ocean? NASA spots strange 'thermal anomaly' in the middle of the Atlantic

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    I really wouldn't be so sure that those "anomalies" aren't volcanic in nature. There is lots of new volcanic activity all over the planet, though the "experts" aren't reporting a lot of it, or are attempting to attribute it to other causes. If you listen to Dutchsinse's reports, it's not that mysterious.
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    So, what then could be responsible for the anomaly?

    Natural gas flares sometimes get flagged by VIIRS, however, these only occur in shallow waters near the coast. Similarly, volcanic activity can be marked as an anomaly, but there are no volcanoes anywhere near the red dot on the map.

    “It is almost certainly SAMA,” Oliva said, in reference to the South Atlantic Magnetic Anomaly.

    https://www.newsweek.com/fire-ocean-...lantic-1191538
    good catch

    Natural gas flares also trigger thermal anomalies, but they are only found in shallow waters near the coast. Volcanic activity can light up the satellite as well, but there are no volcanoes anywhere near this area.

    https://wattsupwiththat.com/2018/10/...-the-atlantic/

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    Default Re: A fire in the ocean? NASA spots strange 'thermal anomaly' in the middle of the Atlantic

    Well, maybe, but then again, maybe not. There are lots of lies being told about lots of things, including earthquakes and volcanoes. It all depends on who you choose to believe.
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    but there are no volcanoes anywhere near this area.

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