Last spring and summer, I started to notice streams of light criss-crossing my yard and driveway. At first I thought that they were spider webs, but noticed that there were too many and they were straight in composition.

I would propel my foot through the stream and it would disappear, with no RESISTANCE. I then tried to pick one up with my hand. I could feel nothing and a 6" section disappeared. It then reappeared 30-45 seconds later. This seem to be the standard timeframe as you would walk through them. It's most visual just before dusk as the sun is at a great angle.

Anyone else experience this phenomenon?

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Comment by Tux on December 13, 2010 at 11:27am

The inset on picture #3 is magnified.  You can start to see the shape of the pulse that it employs.  It is more visible on a darker background,  the brown leaf in this instance.

Comment by Tux on December 12, 2010 at 9:12pm

Hi Nicole


Placing a mirror in its path sounds like a good idea.  I am thinking though, that we would lose the signal.  The instance that I'd interrupt its path, it just disappears, slowly to return a little later.  I will try it.  You never know for sure until you try.


The energy meter is very interesting.  This would not affect the beams (as far as I know).  We now have our first snow of the season covering the ground so I may have to wait for the spring to experiment.  I think that I will still take readings then interrupt the area and measure again.  I would imagine that this grid would still be in place just not visible because of the snow.




Comment by Tux on December 12, 2010 at 8:35pm

Hi Satori

They're definitely not spider webs.  The first time that I saw them, I thought about spider webs, but I then saw them all over the yard.  They were lined up North-South and East-West like a grid.  Some were curved but there was no sag as in a spider's web.  I am wondering that since the sun is increasing in frequency that this is the reason that we can physically see them.  I don't recall ever seeing them before April or May of this year. We can deduce that they have always been there, just not visible until lately.


I could never see any spiders associated with them, but you are right, they are very stunning when the sun is at the right angle and "lights it up".

Comment by nicole stigliano on December 12, 2010 at 9:10am

you say they disappear when you you place your body into it try placing a mirror in stead and see what happens.

Comment by nicole stigliano on December 12, 2010 at 9:08am

Hi TUX have you tried to experiment with these light beams? The pics are interesting several things come to mind as I read and looked at these pics.  Try using an energy meter and see what kind of read you get. Take a reading before the lights appear and then when the are there, stay consistant for a whole week collecting your data.  Some library's will have portable energy meters at little to no cost for you to use.


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