I was looking at maps of Wisconsin and Michigan. They were different. The lakes had changed. The entire geology had changed. There was a city called Karkgaard or something. I poured milk over several people. The police were investigating me for the milk.
I was on a bus in Chicago. There was water all over the place, the streets and city were flooded. The bus could not maneuver very well. We could not get to many areas.
I was in Boston, in the middle of a terrible storm. I could not go anywhere, there was water all over the place, the city was flooded.
WALLOPS ISLAND, Va. — NASA says it successfully launched a rocket in Virginia as part of an experiment, and the blast may have caused dozens of people to report seeing strange lights in the sky.
The space agency said it launched the Black Brant XII on Saturday evening to gather data on the highest clouds in the Earth’s atmosphere. About the time of the launch, dozens of people in the Northeast started calling local television stations to report seeing strange lights.
The calls came from as far away as Boston, which is about 380 miles northeast of the launch site.
The rocket is designed to create an artificial cloud. NASA hopes the experiment will provide information on the formation and properties of noctilucent clouds, which occur at high altitudes.