reply to post by liquidself
Thanks for pointing out the details that the spiraling rocket crowd must ignore in order to believe their naive theory. Rockets simply do not spiral
like this. How in the world could we get this perfect spiral?
It is the bad taste in their mouth that makes them spit bile instead of attempting to explain their position with logic and reason.
We have the launch point and the target, and if this is correct, and there is no reason to believe it is not correct, then if this was a rocket, it
was not going directly away from the people in Norway, but at an angle of 45 degrees. Even if the rocket spirals out of control, being that it is
moving forward at mach 5 or greater, probably a much greater speed, it still would have moved forward, so we should be looking at something that
looks alot more like a spring, not a perfect spiral.
The only explanation that I have seen that could possibly be what created this spiral is a fuel leak or dump. If rocket fuel sprayed out without
being mixed with oxygen to ignite, from a picture posted recently of a fuel dump in space, it could form a spiral. Once again, say the rocket is
spinning as the fuel sprays out into space, still, we should be seeing something that looks like a spring, when the angle at which the rocket was
crossing the sky in relation to Norway is taken into consideration.
I have to admit, the odds are in favor of a rocket explanation, but there is more than enough room for speculation. If this was caused by the rocket
failure, it still seems that something else, some other force besides gravity and vacuum, was in play here to create such a spiral.
Not only did Russia first deny, then confirm the launch, they haven't given a time for the launch, only a time _
Why would we need a confirmation from Russia?
We have eyes all over the planet. I know the cold war is over, but with the whole star wars research still ongoing, current territorial disputes over
the Arctic territory and oil drilling rights, I find it hard to believe that Norway, Sweden, Britain, the U.S., and everyone with the capability,
wasn't watching to see what would happen in this latest Russian ICBM test.
Why didn't we get a confirmation from those monitoring for the launch, that a launch was detected in the White Sea?
I wonder if the guy who took the gate photo isn't in negotiations with some marketing company to sell posters, screen savers, and all that. It seems
that a lot of clams could be going a fisherman's way. Time to party in the tropics.