posted on Dec, 11 2009 @ 05:01 PM
It's driving me crazy that nobody has thought of this yet.
It seems clear that a rocket was launched, from the trails left in the lower part of some of the pictures (not the blue trail). What bothers me is
that everyone jumps to the conclusion that this proves that the spiral was caused by the rocket.
Why hasn't anyone considered that perhaps the rocket was fired IN RESPONSE to the strange shape in the sky? Or that the spiral somehow caused the
rocket to fail.
The only way to deny ignorance is to consider every possible scenario, no matter how plausible.
Here are my thoughts on this whole thing, in no particular order.
Yes, it is clear that a rocket can spin in a spiral pattern causing a spiral trail of smoke/vapor. But, none of the videos showing this have convinced
me that this is what happened in Norway.
The numerous videos of rockets failing show a spiraling pattern, but in each the rocket has some lateral motion as well. Picture a balloon in your
hand. Blow it up, hold in in front of you, and let go. We all know what happens, the balloon spirals out of control while the 'air' is released.
Now, try to catch the balloon before it lands. That would be very difficult, as you will find that the balloon will randomly shoot in a different
direction each time.
Now, a rocket would be more stable than a balloon, but it would not be as steady as it would have to be for the norway spiral to be caused by a
Of course, it could be said that the rocket was not stationary, but it was moving directly away from the field of view, which is why the spiral
appears to be perfect. That's fine, I can see that happening.
But, that would only explain why the spiral appears to be perfect in only the photos that were taken from the correct angle (so that the rocket was
spiraling away perpendicular to the camera). What about all of the other camera angles? Every picture I have seen has a perfect spiral. I would expect
more of a helix shape if the camera was not in the aforementioned optimal position.
Then there is the size of the spiral. In all of the rocket failure videos posted, the spiral only stays one or two rotations before it dissipates. The
Norway one has many more 'rings'.
As for the 'black hole' idea, it doesn't add up. Yes, the spiral would dissipate from the center after all of the propellant was spent, but it
could only happen at the same rate at which the spiral was growing. In the video I have seen of the incident, the hole in the center overtakes the
rings of the spiral. In other words, it spreads out way too quickly. Also, if it was a spiraling rocket, it would at the same time dissipate from the
outside in at the same time as it dissipates from the center, which I did not see happening.
I have lost my direction so I will stop here.
Before you all start yelling at me, know that I have not drawn any conclusions about this event as of yet. I simply meant to outline my thought
Here are a few possible explanations that have crossed my mind though:
rocket failure (least likely, i never believe the lying liars)
new rocket propulsion system (1. shoot rocket up, 2. ?, 3. rocket enters wormhole spiral, disappearing, which explains why there was no debris)
unknown phenomenon that appeared, so russia shot a rocket at it, and it failed.
or, russia detected an anomaly in the sky, so they fired a rocket, and it disappeared into the spiral.
Rocket accelerated to/past light speed, creating a ripple in spacetime (ripple, spiral, who knows what that would look like?)
As I said, I have not made my conclusions yet. I just wanted to share some of my ideas, I have have not seen anyone thinking outside the box on this
Anyone care to chime in?