posted on Sep, 7 2007 @ 04:23 AM
reply to post by future flow
Sorry. I may have skimmed a bit on your post. When there's a large chunk of text that has no paragraphs in it, I sometimes miss sentences. Forgive
In regards to rain in Vietnam, I still think the US had very little to do with it. Cloud-seeding in a rainforest is like... well... not economical --
it's gonna rain anyway, why bother, unless you're attempting to put out forest fires? But that's another subject.
I'm not dismissing the HAARP idea completely though. Like I implied in my previous posts, we still need another eye-witness to pinpoint the location
in the sky the flash happened. If it widely differs from the position indicated by punkinworks, then my hypothesis falls apart and the HAARP
hypothesis will start to look more real.
No, I'm not a "debunker". I'm just trying to pursue this in a rational manner with the likeliest of possibilities first. In this investigation, I
see the hierarchy of likely possibilities to be like this:
(From most possible to least possible, with pre-conditions required)
- Meteor burning up in the atmosphere, viewed head on -- requires another witness observing from another location to verify the "tail"
- Satellite flare -- requires a satellite to actually be in that location as well as another witness for triangulation to determine altitude (was it
in inner-space or outer-space?)
- GRB afterglow -- requires another witness (inner-space or outer-space?)
- HAARP -- requires same pre-conditions (another eye-witness)
- Alien space-battle -- same as above
Possibilities 4 and 5 are the least likely and also the hardest to verify, due to lack of knowledge about either. Possibility 1 is boring, and
wouldn't justify this thread going up to 4 pages... yeah I know, it's a selfish reason
Anyway I'm glad we cleared this up
PS -- Use paragraphs, really, it helps get your message across better. Most people (myself included) have a short attention span and paragraphs make
the information look easier to digest. Makes it look like small, bite-sized chunks.