While riding a bicycle outside, a man witnessed strange lights in the clouds on June 12, 2015. Thinking that the appearance of lights in the clouds was so weird, the witness pulled out his phone and started recording.
The man said that he had no idea about the mysterious phenomenon until he did some research when he got home. He found out that it’s called HAARP, a research program of the government. When the beam disappears in the video for a second, it seemingly moves part of the cloud upwards them comes back.
The American military and the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) funded the High-Frequency Active Auroral Research Program (HAARP).
According to a conspiracy theory, HAARP has created clandestine experiments of weather manipulation, which could trigger freak weather phenomena, such as hurricanes, drought, earthquakes, and other natural disasters.
However, some researchers believe it was a cloaked UFO, having some fun activities at the top of the cloud.
He noticed the light that appears to be curved around a disk at the upper part of the cloud. Some think that the sunset accidentally uncloaked the cloaked UFO.
Meanwhile, scientists said that the “dancing storm clouds” phenomenon, as well as other similar shifting light effects in the clouds, isn’t linked with UFOs or HAARP.
Meteorologists explained that the phenomenon is connected to storm clouds called cumulonimbus clouds. Cloud’s charged water particles move around in response to shifting electric fields as lighting strikes within the cloud below. The phenomenon causes these dancing patches of brightness. However, scientists admitted that more work needs to be done to support further this case.
An expert from Cloud Appreciation Society website, Les Cowley, said they need more reliable evidence, cloud-physics modeling, and more measurements before they can hope to come up with a clear explanation. Cowley admitted that they are nowhere near that position.