posted on Nov, 18 2010 @ 10:54 AM
Doesn't look like 2 vapor trails merging, doesn't look like a missile plume, doesn't look like 2 missile plumes with a failed interception, it
looks like an aircraft contrail, it did from the moment I saw it, and I've seen enough videos of launches at Vandenburg to know the difference. As
for a failed interception, meh, even the high altitiude detonation of a conventional would register on one the myriad of seismic detectors surrounding
For one thing, if you watch the video it simply doesn't propagate with sufficient speed to be a missile, while all the photoshop experts feverishly
analyze the image for clues, the question of velocity seems to have been completely missed - it's just too slow, WAY too slow, even with the
perspective of high altitude.
Now the Phoenix "launch" - that's the truly interesting one, and yet the propeller heads all seem to be fascinated with this one for some
Epic fail with misdirection IMO.
As you were.