posted on Jan, 16 2010 @ 02:48 PM
This is my theory on the rocket explanation.
Rockets much larger than a sidewinder simply do not have such spiraling capabilities. We simply do not have the materials capable of building a rocket
with adequate structural integrity for such a maneuver as this spiral. This is why there is no film footage or photos of any other rockets making
maneuvers necessary to create such a perfect spiral.
In addition, the controls that enable what maneuvering capability that exists are limited in their range so as prevent the rocket from being over
Here is a video of rocket failures. Notice, no spirals.
Second, if it was a rocket spiraling, then at some angle you would see a funnel, but this spiral looks approximately the same from all angles, up and
down the length of Norway. How could this be?
To be the least bit effective and stay in the air this rocket would need to be flying at least at hyperspeed, or Mach 5, which means about a mile a
second. I couldn't find any specific information, but for the typical maneuver of a large rocket capable of flying hundreds of kilometers, and
creating such a large spiral, in my opinion, completing a 360 turn for one spiral would take at least two minutes, probably more like five minutes or
more, but even it this missile was moving slow for a missile, and had exceptional maneuvering capabilities, we are looking at a 30 mile circumference
at the minimum. This would mean that the tightest spiral would be around 10 miles, or 16 KM in diameter, and would be complete over a distance of 30
miles or 48 km.
I find it hard to believe that this would look anything like the spiral we see in these numerous photos.This spiral was seen for for ten minutes. In
ten minutes, flying at possible minimum speed, the rocket would have traveled close to 600 miles or a thousand km for only one revolution.
Then there is the problem that this spiral was seen all over Norway, but not in Sweden, not in Finland, and not in Russia where it should have been
much more visible. If the rocket was fired in the area where the Russians claimed, the White Sea, then people all around this sea should have seen
this spiral. We would be calling it the Russian spiral, not the Norway spiral.
Claims that this was a failed rocket test are preposterous, and that Russia would make a statement that this was a test rocket that misfired only adds
to the mystery.
Now there are numerous videos of such events coming out. Maybe there could be some giant fireworks type of thing going on, where they fire a rocket,
and it explodes in some giant spiral like a fireworks display, but failed missile test, that has been repeated several time?
If the Chinese are doing some experiments with such a rocket, why would the Russians do something that for some strange reason is seen by Norway, but
not reported by Sweden of Finland, or Russians in the area? The rocket theroy makes no sense.
I would think phenomenon of nature, some sort of Northern lights plasma type of event.
Why would Russia publicly announce that it was a rocket test fire?
One possibility, Russia has designed this type of system as an anti-ballistic missile defense system that creates a large shield in which the incoming
missile is expected to enter, and now it is announcing it to the U.S.?
Apparently, China has also been developing a similar system?