posted on May, 7 2012 @ 09:52 AM
reply to post by Renegade2283
Well you did take it to 'conspiracy theories' plural. "....why most conspiracy theories are pointing toward malicious action."
Casting doubt into people minds is a skill many people have honed to a fine degree. There'll never be a 100% proven case. I guess that's why it has
been said "Thou shalt not judge." Keep an open mind and you'll never be mistaken.
As for where I'm going with this. I have no fixed destination. I just found the video and started the thread a minute later. I find it interesting
that so many people report having only recently noticed these shadows. Could there be some recent addition to the jet fuel that has increased the
When seen clearly these shadows have the appearance of black beams travelling far into the distance. Not the sort of thing that would be missed
easily. I'd be interested to see photographs from the 70's and 80's showing the same thing.
So often the explanation is simple but unexpected. Example. On windswept islands off the Scottish coast loose rocks can be found along the cliff tops.
Sometimes after severe storms these rocks have moved a short way inland. The grass-free spot where the rock used to sit can be clearly seen. These
rocks are too large to have been moved by the wind alone. It was a friend of my fathers who solved this mystery for the scientific community. I'm
sure the locals have known this for thousands of years. My fathers friend stayed on the cliff top making observations during a severe storm. The turf
layer is bound firmly together by the grass roots. When a strong gust hits the layer of turf lifts up off the edge of the cliff and the rocks slide
downhill. The turf settles back down and there you have it. A mystery with a simple explanation.