Leave it to us Idaho people to come up with the most unique ways to experience last week's total solar eclipse. While many dealt with the crowds in Rexburg, Idaho Falls and Weiser, some brave souls climbed Mount Borah. This guy decided that he would watch the eclipse while flying.
I have a scenario for you that would make a great (*cough*) SyFy movie. Imagine what would happen if a tornado hit Idaho Power's Jim Bridger coal plant. I found a video that let's you see what it would look like.
Chemtrails is not a new conspiracy theory. But, it's a subject that is causing new discussions about whether or not the government is experimenting on Idaho including phenomena that was seen during the total solar eclipse on Monday.
Maybe by now you feel like you've seen and heard enough about the total solar eclipse that crossed Idaho on Monday. May I suggest just one more video before we completely put this to bed? Someone captured Idaho Falls going completely dark with their drone and it's amazing.
We already knew that Monday was gonna be interesting. It's not every day that you get to be in the path of totality (or close even) for a solar eclipse. But, there is new data that shows there is a possibility that this historic eclipse might be even more spectacular than any imagined.
There are a lot of reasons why Idaho is one of the prime places to observe the historic total solar eclipse on Monday, August 21. This might be the best reason of all. As it turns out, Idaho is one of the best states where viewing the eclipse might also result in you seeing Bigfoot. Really.