posted on Oct, 9 2009 @ 01:22 PM
reply to post by Soylent Green Is People
6 mile plume
states 60 kilometers. That's 37 miles, not 6.
also states that BOTH IMPACTS (you did realize there were supposed to be two, right?) would be visible from earth based assets,
and in particular they state that it would be visible with "10-12 inch telescopes."
And yet, even with images taken on 200 inch telescopes, the alleged event is, as others in this thread have phrased it "only a couple pixels." And
personally, I had to play back the IR video a couple times and the "couple pixels" that I saw don't look like an event to me. They look like a
Also, I notice that the image posted in the second post of this thread (having difficulty linking, check page two), posted by easynow, shows what is
implied to be the crater after impact. However, if you watch the impact video
, you'll see that
the crater in the center of the screen of that picture already exists before the impact.
Also...if you watch the second impact at roughly 5:00 - 5:10 on the impact video
, you'll notice
that the impact is not actually shown. What you're seeing is a computer graphical sequence shown from behind the craft...you hear "spacecraft impact
- station reports LOS," then they cut the animated sequence, and people stand up and start clapping.
[edit on 9-10-2009 by LordBucket]