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But inversions don't just create dramatic cloud displays — in populated areas, they can also dramatically affect air quality by trapping pollution. When a "lid" of warm air covers a region, particularly in a valley, airborne pollutants from industry, traffic and furnaces can collect in a miasma of smog, the NWS explained.

Original article on Live Science. Mindy Weisberger is a senior writer for Live Science covering general science topics, especially those relating to brains, bodies, and behaviors in humans and other animals — living and extinct. Mindy studied filmmaking at Columbia University; her videos about dinosaurs, biodiversity, human origins, evolution, and astrophysics appear in the American Museum of Natural History, on YouTube, and in museums and science centers worldwide.

Follow Mindy on Twitter. Dense clouds fill the Grand Canyon basin, a phenomenon known as a "total cloud inversion. A total cloud inversion can form when there are sudden changes in air temperature close to Earth's surface, which can trap cool air under a "lid" of warmer air. Mindy Weisberger, Senior Writer Mindy Weisberger is a senior writer for Live Science covering general science topics, especially those relating to brains, bodies, and behaviors in humans and other animals — living and extinct.

Mindy Weisberger, Senior Writer on. However, you found it necessary to become toss about personal insults: Because you lack the communication skills necessary to listen as well while you speak, there is no point at all in attempting to have any sort of discourse with you at all. When people use their keyboard to ridicule others, it reflects only about their own poor character.

You have no desire to be compassionate to other human beings. That's not a superior trait. I would suggest that you consider simply allowing others to enjoy whatever they wish to believe without insulting them for being not exactly the same as you. Where in those 3 words does he write that 'he doesn't allow any one to have hope in their lives'?

You made that up. Big character flaw on your side. Now you claim it's about hope after the grave. Another claim that's not in those words Claiming hope as something exclusive for religious people of the christian goth, as you seem to do there, is of course an insult to people of other religions or of no religion. So, you started the insults clearly. Please get the personal insight to understand that that is an insult to people who think religion is just moral fairy tales which give insight into a working society.

People, who deny science like you do, don't want to discuss anything. Scientist don't make things up just for the hell of it. What you claim is drivel. Science isn't this the one day and that the next day as you claim.

And indeed, I have no time for people who only allow others one certain view of life. Or for people who put words in others mouth. Or are knee jerk insulted by someone not religious, whatever they write. Like I wrote before, you could have written 'let him have his believes', but you insulted blokey by making up what he thinks for him and then went down further by insulting scientists by accusing them of making things up willy-nilly to make false claims and sell the world illusions and deny science partly which is wholly of course and then try to tell others that they can't write here what they think about religion or science.

That's conspiracy theory Even though I said I wouldn't respond to someone who couldn't disagree without insulting, I just wanted to have the last word. So I haven't added anything more, defended what I've talked about before, or otherwise engaged with the person; but I just wanted to have the last word. With that all said, the last word I would like to use is "Omega". Yep, you don't want a discussion, just like I predicted.

You keep on avoiding to see that you started the insults. Being this blind must hurt.

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And it hurts others, but you are blind to that too. You still don't see that what you said about science or scientists is complete drivel and conspiracy theory worthy. You still don't see that you are delusional about real life. You didn't defend because it's all un-defendable drivel, a complete falsification of what science is.

Again, and this is your biggest fail: Where in the 3 words 'Time, not god' is it that says 'not allowing someone else hope'. I demand an answer to that because your whole superiority castle is build on that lie. Focus Shift Shooting Your "Omega" reply is lame and pathetic; like it's supposed to mean anything, and be a supporting argument of some sort. Focus Shift Shooting Since you've said it three times: I concur that omega-3 fatty acid is quite useful. A lot more useful that what you're probably referring to. Your non answering is an answer too. It isn't in those 3 words.

Thanks for acknowledging that. Huyzer, yeah, with his advert for a watch brand he wants to sound smart. It's used in 'debate' by people who feel superior to others. Blokes like these are the creepiest people. Almost sounding reasonable in 'discussions' but on second look only ouch drivel, keep on hallucinating about what is being said, lie, leave questions unanswered, try to steer conversations by not allowing certain subjects like tossing science and scientists out of the window as unusable, before a 'discussion' even starts , try to keep others out of discussions, block subjects like religion out of discussions and peg out what can and can't be said, only their sorry view of life.

It's sad, but that's how sociopathic narcessists with a goth complex role. The blindness for their own flaws is a tell tale sign. Yep, and an other confirmation of my observation about you. You keep on lying about not responding.

And please, if you want you can confirm my observation about how you put words in someones mouth, started the insulting in this thread, tried to steer the 'discussion', tried to exclude science and what scientist say out of the 'discussion' by using just one word. It is sad that no meaningful converstion about the topic is possible in the internet.

I had a few good conversations on topic, but never via social media. That's a good way to see where the internet still falls behind rael life. On topic, the freedom for religious beliefs is a constitutional right and everybody should have respect for it. BTW, my point was not to dismiss god. But rather that nature could produce both canyons and science. And that then science may be the bigger wonder. As life already is a bigger wonder than a rock formation. Whoever created one or the other. Being 'smart' and 'superior' with that single word answer didn't work out in the end did it?

You weren't out to have a conversation at any time. You put words in someones mouth and then set pegs out to rule out what he could use to answer you. Then you try to tell the world that science is only to ignore. By that you insulted him and scientists and the rest of the world. You're totally blind to what you write and what it really means. And when spelled out to you still ignore it. One word answer for you.

Oh, and again, don't use the word respect. You don't know what it is if being hit with it. You clearly put that in the majority of your posts. But, since I'm all for open dialogue, you get a 25th ish chance; Where in 'Time, not god' is it that he says that JL wasn't allowed hope? We'll get to you delusional view on science and scientists next if and when you answer that simple question first.

Perhaps it did escape you, before putting words in blokey's mouth, that even if you believe in a creating entity who made earth, then there is enough evidence that erosion is real, tectonic drift is real, new openings in the earth's crust still occur today and that time rather then the big creator might have formed most of the GC as we see it today. And by that blokey's 3 word answer said nothing about there being a super entity or not.


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That's where you got it wrong. And had to invent drivel about science etc. Again, not at anytime were you out to have a intelligent conversation as you claim. Now back on my laptop rather then on my phone earlier at work, I see I made a mistake and read the nickname wrong. Excuses are in place. What I wrote was of course directed towards focus shift shooting, not you.

I can't edit or delete those posts anymore, my bad. The very same to you, have a great year and lots more of course, in great health and lots of snapping pix. Xmas was snow-less, wet, cold and the shops were open and the new Doctor is a woman now Give her a chance! I see that your supposed intellectual superiority was somewhat an exaggeration. Since I'm a nice bloke, I'll give you an extra letter.

Luxury watch brand, beginning with Role. You had to try hadn't you? It's a watch brand alright but isn't the right answer. Reminiscent of Koyaanisqatsi, one the greatest time-lapse features ever made. Should come to the Blue Mountains west of Sydney - cloud inversions are frequently seen filling the Jamison Valley. The music was a wonderful addition and helped create the mood. I thought the cloud inversion sequence was cool, but for me, the time lapse star trails sequences stole the show, giving a feeling of shooting stars.

It would be just as spectacular anywhere high. It doesn't have to be the GC. Only problem is someone nicking your gear while you're having a pee break. I'm always impressed with stuff like this. But I can never make through more than 30 seconds. Very impressive, but the cloud sequences, esecially the temperature inversion, were much too fast. That music was terrible. I'm entitled to my opinion. It was bad, bad. And I also felt cheated, expecting to see mostly the rare cloud inversion. It was there, but just not much and a couple of the many parts from those series were odd.

My mom used to say if you don't have anything good to say then don't say anything at all. And for a lot of my life, I agreed. But then I realized, hey people aren't helping me by keeping quiet.

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It might be polite, but it does absolutely nothing for my progress. That's my new saying. And I ask people to say something positive if they say negative and negative if they say something positive. The balance is so much bigger. Criticism is never negative in art, it is positive. Beint critic means you need to understand what you see, what you hear, what you feel, what is the purpose of the art. And then you need to explain it via positive means and leave the negativity behind.

Grand Canyon time lapse records rare cloud inversion

The artist managed to keep the impressive video short and represent scenes in a way that kept viewer interested visually, and it would be nice to see more such content of rare natural moments. The chosen music synced with the visuals, and in future the experience could be even a more impressive if artist would find a music that would represent a such rare visual content. The artist didn't manage to capture the rare cloud inversion than in split moment of the whole video length and didn't impress in the end. The music choice was terrible and ruined the whole video to me. The meaning for balance should have been so much bigger for this production.

The rare cloud inversion is so amazing. It looks like the clouds are coming right out of the rock! But it's so short-lived, it leaves me wanting for more. Sometimes I'm wondering what the purpose of a shot is trying to portray. For instance, from 1: The music has some interesting parts. I like the low rumble that kind of emphasizes the vast landscape, but the constant whir of those extremely long notes are right at a sensitive hertz level so it comes off as fairly annoying.

For that reason alone, I wouldn't show this to anyone else. The star trails are such a pleasant surprise. That part is well done, however I wish that the photographer would have taken the time to remove the flares. At times, I was watching a flare and deciding whether it was a planet or just a flare and more often than not it was the aberration. I was reading up on "cloud inversions". From what I gather, it seems to be a fancy name for fog in which the first 30seconds of the video demonstrates.

That's hardly a fleeting example. I agree that the lifting of the fog at around the 30s mark was quite impressive and I would like to have seen more of it. Well my Mom used to say: So, I get from that that it's OK to have an opinion even a critical opinion. Just don't get caught in the belief that it is important, reflective of the "truth", or means anything to anyone else. The Nikon Z6 may not offer the incredible resolution of its sibling, the Z7, but its 24MP resolution is more than enough for most people, and the money saved can buy a lot of glass.

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For example, using the term "cloud inversion" instead of the term "fog". Exteban Most of the educated people I know are familiar with the meaning of an atmospheric inversion. Richard-on-Thames Visual pyrotechnics that will doubtless be of use to corporate brand promotions or lifestyle adverts for cars or perfumes. No full screen view button you lazy crooks?

Luckily, two-finger pinch still works. Carey Rose On my device, there is indeed a full screen view button on the bottom left. JeffGM This is the most visually stunning video I have seen in a long time! HB Maybe a meteoroligist needs to chime in here but I was researching "cload inversions" and it simply a fog bank ChatBot Yes, it is bombastic to call this "cloud inversions" instead of calling it "fog". It's like being in a dream! Silvex You're probably thinking more along the lines of an amusement park. HB This video lead me to his other one of the solar eclipse over "carhenge".

Max Thunder This is one of the most hypnotic time lapse i've seen. LensBeginner How do you do star trails like those in a time lapse? I gather it's a PP thing? HB I once watched a tutorial on stacking images for star trails in Photoshop and, from memory, it has something to do with how each of the images in the stack is blended together.

LensBeginner I thought this out, and figured it must be some sort of "staggered" stacking Edac2 A link to the actual video would be helpful.