A man in Greenwood, Indiana was riding his bike when he stumbled upon some strange dancing lights in the sky. He took out his camera and began recording.
The man believes that the strange occurrence can be attributed to the High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program better known as “HAARP.” It’s said purpose is to analyze the ionosphere and investigate the potential for developing ionospheric enhancement technology for radio communications and surveillance. However, conspiracy theorists claim that HAARP was capable of modifying weather, disabling satellites and exerting mind control over people, and that it was being used as a weapon against terrorists.
According to NASA, the anomaly can be attributed to something called “Jumping/Dancing sundog.” “Explanation: What’s happening above those clouds? In the past few years, videos have appeared on the web detailing an unusual but little known phenomenon: rapid light changes over clouds. Upon inspection and contemplation, a leading hypothesis for its cause has now emerged. In sum, this hypothesis holds that a lightning discharge in a thundercloud can temporarily change the electric field above the cloud where charged ice crystals were reflecting sunlight. The new electric field quickly re-orients the geometric crystals to a new orientation that reflects sunlight differently. In other words, a lightning discharge can cause a sundog to jump. Soon, the old electric field may be restored, causing the ice crystals to return to their original orientation. To help this curious phenomenon become better studied, sky enthusiasts with similar jumping or dancing sundog videos are encouraged to share them.”