posted on Dec, 13 2009 @ 09:45 AM
If the rocket is far enough away, you would not hear it. Just because you can see something even that is very loud, does not mean it's within
earshot. For instance, if you are watching shuttle launches from Fort Lauderdale, you can see it, but you cannot hear it.
Why would there be a "report" of debris found? I'd guess the military would recover any debris, and I doubt they'd feel it necessary to report
If you google up Skjervoy and the surrounding areas, you will see there isn't much there. There are a couple of other islands with a little
structure on a neighboring island, but this is the largest town in the area, and the only and furthest northerly town with an actual road going to it.
There is nowhere to film it from the north at all. It's somewhat curious it did not get filmed in other locations.... but perhaps not. Early
morning, there were probably not a whole lot of people to even see this.
Consider how long the Phoenix light flares hung out over the city, and there was only one definitive video. Two in total, I think. Population of
Phoenix is 1.5 million (when the event occurred). I am honestly surprised as many videos were taken as there were for this event.
As far as validity, it doesn't matter, does it. If no one claims responsibility, it's clearly an alien event. If Russia or some other country says
"Our bad.. that was us," you call them liars, and it's clearly an alien event. No win situation there. Why even list this, when it's obvious
you won't believe any official word of the event?
What's so confusing about the spiral? If a rocket is spinning on it's axis, at a set rate, and moving forward at a set rate, I would think that
would be *exactly* what would happen. If the wobble was so bad that it caused the rocket to be unstable, I'd imagine it would just go down, and
you'd not see this pattern at all.
Why are you assuming it exploded? I may have come down completely intact, and recovered. Who is going to recover debris in the northernmost barrens
of Norway? Fishing boats? It probably ended up in the sea. You know.. sort of the reason they do these tests there.
Finally, you are being tricked by an optical illusion. The spiral does NOT turn. It only expands. You can see this if you watch it with that in
mind. Finally, the obvious launch trail is clearly visible. It looks just as many other rocket launch trails do.
It would be cool if it were something else, but all aspects of this mesh and make sense being a rocket launch. Location, reports from Russia, other
video of similar events, rocket trail, you name it.