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Did A Sattelite- Based Deuterium Flouride Laser Destroy

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posted on Jun, 16 2010 @ 08:30 PM
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Deuterium Flouride Laser "Deep Horizon"



Found this quite an interesting read. Alot of the comments say it is due to artifacting within the camera, This is probably nothing but what are your thoughts on this one?


Marine biology student Albert Andry III and his three high school buddies Ryan Chaisson, Wes Bourg, and Dustin King werefishinginAndry’s26-foot catamaran, the Endorfin, the afternoon and evening of April 20, 2010. They had experienced a great afternooncatchingblackfinsaroundBP’s“AmberjackRig109”–and had decided to spend the night 50 miles offshore under the protective shelter of the Deepwater Horizon rig, fishing for baitfish to be used the next day.


oilpatchplug.blogspot.com...

Heres a video based on the technolgy.



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CX

posted on Jun, 16 2010 @ 08:36 PM
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Here's the video mentioned on the blog post...



CX.

Edit to say: Apologies, it's been changed to a private vid.


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posted on Jun, 16 2010 @ 08:39 PM
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Thanks for putting that up.



posted on Jun, 16 2010 @ 08:40 PM
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Private Video?

Are you friends with him, or can you re-upload this? Youtube might be censoring it.



posted on Jun, 16 2010 @ 08:42 PM
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Originally posted by LightWonder
Private Video?

Are you friends with him, or can you re-upload this? Youtube might be censoring it.


Yes it's a bit odd.


CX

posted on Jun, 16 2010 @ 08:56 PM
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I think this is easily explained, and i only say this from reading other posts on that blog and looking at other video footage of fire at night.

Some have said that the blue beams are an effect of the camera not handling the extreme light of the fire (any photographers here will be about to correct or expand on that one please).

Here's a couple of other videos that do indeed show blue beams...





What do you reckon? The blog story does say that the blue beams were seen on the camera footage, not actualy by the guys in the boat.

First the explosion...


They were about 100 yards from the Deepwater Horizon when the masiverig’slights suddenly went out, and then the first of a series of massive booms shook the rig. Immediately, Andry began videotaping the sequence of events.


Then the footage with the beams...


What is unusualaboutAndry’svideoisthemasivebeam ofintense purple-blue light projecting skyward from the exploding Deepwater Horizon rig. As the video clearly shows, the purple-blue beam was very clear, intense and pronounced during the first 30 seconds of tape, and then faded to just a faint trace 3 minutes later at the concluding end of the video.


CX.


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posted on Jun, 16 2010 @ 09:10 PM
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I would say deffinately flaring by the camera, there is still a flare on the blaze to the right of the footage after the main explosion. Thanks for finding the video.



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posted on Jun, 16 2010 @ 09:43 PM
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Yeah the technology is definetly there but i doubt they would have a weaponized satellite with a flouride lazer on it? then again why would they tell the public?



posted on Jun, 16 2010 @ 10:01 PM
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I don't know how anyone can watch that video and not understand that it's just lens flare.

There was another thread where people were saying "but it's reflecting off the water" - No, that's how lens flares (or whatever you'd call this example) look. It's not "reflecting off of the water" any more than the upper part is "reflecting off of the sky."

Aim your camera at the sun, or shine a laser into it and look what happens. Videotape a bunch of cars driving by on a bright day and look at what happens when you freeze the frame while the sun is bouncing of their windshields.

This is just ridiculous, how are people so gullible?




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