Plasmoid Anomalies Study Group is a research channel and their key steps for systematically observing Plasmoid anomalies are:
1. Infrared or short radio waves (radar) spotting.
2. The use of very high optical magnification able to resolve distant object details.
3. Direct signaling to the anomalies spotted. Anomalies will change behavior and body geometry in response to “smart” signals.
In the same way that stars are masked by the sky scattering of visible light in daylight many small objects in the atmosphere are also masked.
This masking effect is lower in the infrared portion of the spectrum and even lower in the short radio wave portion, so the detection of small objects in the atmosphere is more effective in the infrared or in the short radio wave (radar) portion of the spectrum than in visible light.
Adaptive/dynamic camouflage is used by cephalopods in marine environments but Anomalies are the real kings of camouflage.
Some anomalies respond with flares to direct light signals in daylight or at night showing with that clearly their anomalous character. Some anomalies had responded by morphing into digit shapes correlated to the signals sent to them.
The observational data available on plasmoid anomalies and recent research results on the physics of complex plasmas strongly suggest that some plasmoid anomalies could be plasma based life forms, but more comprehensive studies are needed according to the Study Group.