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Originally posted by vpjanitorial
reply to post by randomname
1) It's not a rocket.
2) The lights over Norway weren't anywhere near russian missile test
3) Russia 3 days later denied that the norway lights where there missle test (western media left this off)
4) Spiral missile burns only go in one direction, really fast, and not evenly.
5) Spiral missile burns aren't blue, and don't have a dark center
Originally posted by VreemdeVlieendeVoorwep
What I find rather bizarre, is that everyone claims its a rocket.
Now, if this is from the middle east, surely many rockets get launches there on a regular basis?
Why would this particular video, and pictures then cause such an uproar? If it is something that is regularly seen, why all the fuss about it?
It might very well be a rocket, I just find it strange that someone would record the rocket, especially in those areas, and not know that it is a rocket.
Originally posted by Lovely1973
I was stunned on seeing the sightings of this following our experience last night. ......
Video 1: Astrahani
Video 2: Volgograd
Video 3: Armenia
Video 4: Astrakhan
Video 5: Bashkortostan
Video 6: Jerevan
Video 7: Astrakhan
Video 8: Astrakhan
Video 9: Volgograd
Rocket 'Topol' launched same day:
Originally posted by Vandettas
How are we determining the direction it went in?
Did I miss something?
Originally posted by groingrinder
The spiral part was photoshopped in. It is so obvious you can even see a straight line where it ends. Both ufos are missile contrails.
Did you guys even look at the pictures? It looks exactly like the norway spiral. Missles do not make spirals, leave supper erratic swirling ILLUMINATED trails. Dont even try to argue that its a missile.