The Apocolypse Happened Over A Small Town In Nebraska… And It Was All Caught On Film.
Think of this: The rays of the sun travel 98 million miles through space to heat up oceans on the other side of the planet, driving huge columns of water vapor off of the surface of the sea. They go so high into the atmosphere they almost touch space again, only to blow thousands and thousands of miles over cities, rivers, and mountains, coalescing into huge banks of clouds, holding millions of gallons of water. Finally, they form a great rippling blanket above us, and if we're lucky enough, someone will catch it on film.
Next, check out these 7 photos of clouds. You won't believe they are real!
Source: Alex Schueth