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Originally posted by shadowgears911
Hahah. Okay, for the Russian Military to say that these spirals are a failure of inter-continental missiles that they spent god knows how much money on, is a bunch of BS. Seriously, that would be a waste of money for them to let something "fail" that cost more than anything I can afford to make here in the US in a lifetime. I definitely think that these spirals are something big. I don't know what, but they definitely are something extraordinary.
If by some god forsaken reason a government such as Russia actually told the truth and it was a inter-continental missile that failed.....
At least I know we get fireworks here in the US if a Russian missile is fired at us and fails. XD
Originally posted by Mr_skepticc
As I stated on the other threads about the first spiral, I have friends who are scientist and military and they have told me that the spral lights we are seeing is "NOT" a missle testing. They are not sure what it is, but what you need to know is they are happening all over the world for the past week. Pay attention to this, it could get intresting, the media will soon run with the story when a few more are caught on video.
Originally posted by joscarfas
Don't you get it?
This is being put out there purposely just for you to accept what they're telling you: That the spiral over Norway was a failed missile just like the one they're claiming now over Russia.
They're telling you: You see it happened again, just like it happen in Norway. Nothing to see here folks. They want you to walk away with the illusion that what happened in Norway was a failed missile test.
Come on people, no way this is the same thing here. They want to make it look like it is the same thing, but it's not.
IMO: The spiral over Norway has something to do with LHC. I'm not predicting doom here, but it might just be something new that scientist don't understand yet.
What happened in Norway might just be a new revolutionary scientific discovery. That's all. A breakthrough. The spiral over Norway probably was the confirmation that the LHC works the way they thought it would.
Originally posted by captaintyinknots
If this IS the same thing, I think it's fairly safe to say the 'fail' label is just disinfo. If these are the same thing, i'm guessing they have been quite successful.
The large Russian SS-18 ICBM has a payload capacity of 7200 kg
The SS-N-18 (SLBM) Has a payload of 1,650 kg And is capable reaching a 6,500-8,000 km range.
The International Space Station orbits between 320 and 380 km (200 and 240 mi)
"It shows that the Russian military industries has reached the final stage of degradation," he said. "It just can't build a new missile. And it will only grow worse as the military industries are continuing to lose key technologies and materials."
He said that part of the Russian military industrial complex and the top brass are strongly critical of the program and they make it impossible to conceal the failures.
"There is a very serious opposition," he said. "There have been numerous leaks because of that."
Originally posted by Phage
reply to post by RjKon
Land no. Rubles and expertise may be another matter.
[edit on 12/12/2009 by Phage]
New Russian missile may be behind Norwegian lights