Analysis: Raining Fish in Australia
Posted April 20, 2011on:
Fish rain surprising city in a remote desert in Australia. Fish rain coincided with the turn of the weather to rainy season. The fish that fell from the sky many are still alive, and these events lasted for more than 2 days in Lajamanu in the Northern Territory in March last. According to weather experts this was due to storms at sea that suck up the fish, and fell in residential areas, a distance of 326 miles from the storm.
Mark Kersemakers, senior forecaster at the Australian Bureau of Meteorology, said the storm that raked the fish into the air to as high as 40,000 to 50,000. “After some time they are released.” This is the third event time in less than 30 years ago Lajamanu bombarded fish. According to the Northern Territory News, reported the phenomenon of rain is also terhadi fish in 1974 and 2004.
Joe Ashley, 55, from Jabiru an inland city in the Northern Territory, said, “Usually the fish in the water, now they are falling from the sky, what if something bigger next fall from the sky?” If such a small shark or even crocodiles can be frightening storm that sucked, but this is fortunately only a rain of fish only.
The page of The Daily Telegraph revealed, in two consecutive days in the state of the City Lajamanu Northern Territory downfall many fish. Together with rain water, the fish just appeared from the sky.
Most of the fish is still alive. It only stopped raining fish Monday, March 1, 2010.
The weather experts in Australia believe that the fish Spangled perch, one species of freshwater fish in Australia, apparently sucked into the storm. They then brought high winds before eventually falling in Lajamanu, a city population of just 669 people.
“The storm brought the fish rose to a height of 40 thousand to 50 thousand feet in the air,” said a senior expert at the Bureau of Meteorology of Australia, Mark Kersemakers. “When they participate in the ‘system’ of the storm, they were frozen. After some time, they are free from storms,” continued Kersemakers.
This is the third time within a period of more than 30 years in which the rain-hit Lajamanu fish. Similar events occurred in 1974 and 2004.
“Usually, there are fish in the water. Now the fish falling from the sky. How about something bigger fall from the sky?” Joe said Ashley, 55-year-old resident. “It could be tomorrow, tomorrow there is a crocodile that will fall from the sky,” continued Ashley.
A senior expert at the Bureau of Meteorology of Australia, Mark Kersemakers said the storm brought the fish rose to a height of 40 thousand to 50 thousand feet in the air. “When they participate in the ‘system’ of the storm, they were frozen. After some time, they are free from the storm,” Kersemakers explain the phenomenon.
But this incident is not the first time this has happened because previously it had occurred a similar event that is in 1974 and 2004. This is the third time in a period of more than 30 years in which the rain-hit Lajamanu fish. As in the Bible also had a similar thing happened when the Israelites are getting rain bread manna and quail in the wilderness. In addition, other natural phenomena that could create an uproar is the discovery by NASA scientists form the new embryo a crowded planet known as New Sun or the Sun Twin.