posted on Feb, 12 2010 @ 05:03 PM
reply to post by ChrisM101
I would almost be willing to consider the possibility of two events having occurred simultaneously but then my logic and reasoning kick in...
If HAARP was being used as a missile defense system, as you're suggesting, against the Russian Bulava that day, then who tipped off HAARP as to the
Certainly it wasn't the Russians. And while they followed proper protocol of warning seafaring persons ahead of time to avoid the White Sea, they
didn't specify an exact time of launch.
So this would have to mean that someone tipped off HAARP(or EISCAT I guess) as to the exact time when the rocket was to be launched that day so they
would know when to aim their death ray at it...
Who would you suggest was the tipster?
A rogue Russian spy?
or maybe a stealthy EISCAT spy?
And are you to take the Russians as being so stupid as to not know when they're own test missile was shot down? Could you imagine the repercussions
if they found out that some little EISCAT station in neighboring Norway was responsible for the "failure"
Why is it so hard to think logically about this stuff?
[edit on 12-2-2010 by PhotonEffect]