Continued from previous post ...
The images from Tromso show the "exhaust plume" clearly as extending skywards from behind a range of hills. The width and clearly visible details of
the plume give all appearances of the originating cause being reasonably close by ... and not originating 800 kms away. other images also show the
spiral being linked to the "exhaust plume" by way of a blue glowing region.
Ok, lets return to that so-called "exhaust plume" visible on the horizon and rework a few simple calculations.
If we make the reasonable assumption (based on visible structure and details of the exhaust) that in fact, the origin of the exhaust is approximately
at a distance commensurate with the horizon (or perhaps just over), then the horizon calculations give us a distance from Tromso to the exhaust plume
location of approximately 5 - 15 kms.
Therefore, the origin of the exhaust and blue beam effect apparently is somewhere between the low hills and the easterly horizon.
Now, keeping the above images and the direction of sunrise, in mind ...
This image shows the view from Tronso Havn on the morning of 9 December at approx. 7:50 am. It is oriented to match the direction of sunrise as in the
previous 2 images.
Note the 2 points indicated as (A) and (B).
The next image is the same as the image above but in daylight and at higher altitude. It shows Tronso and Tronso Havn.
Location (A) is on the waters edge as in the 2 actual photos shown just above.
This image shows what the mysterious location (B) represents ... no other than the (in)famous EISCAT system located at Ramfjordmoen (near Tromso)
which functions as an ionospheric heater facility... similar to HAARP.
So what we're seeing in the following photo is NOT an atmospheric effect created by a malfunctioning Russian ballistic missile but rather an
atmospheric effect that I believe to originate with EISCAT.
In other words, Russia was NOT responsible for the spiral effect ... the responsible party was actually NORWAY !!!
So in summary, I hope that i have put forward a reasonable case to show that the prevalent Russian failed missile scenario could NOT possibly have
generated the observed spiral effect.
I have shown that the alleged exhaust plume attributed to the missile launch could NOT possibly be seen 800 kms away in Tromso, Norway.
I have shown that the spiral effect was in all actuality a very low altitude atmospheric phenomenon and attributing it to a malfunctioning missile
crossing Finnish, Swedish and Norwegian airspace is extremely implausible.
I have shown that the exhaust plume rather than being located 800kms distant, was most likely less than 20 kms from the majority of the reported
I have shown that an alternative, and more likely, candidate is in fact the EISCAT ionospheric facility located approximately 15kms from the photos
taken at Tromso Havn and fits in extremely well with the visual evidence.
This would also explain the uncharacteristic silence from the Norwegian government regarding the encroachment of their sovereign territory and
airspace by a malfunctioning Russian missile.
Except for one detail, everything seems to fall into place reasonably well as an explanation of how the events of 9 December transpired.
The one remaining detail that is unclear is why the Russian government would accept blame and take responsibility for the spiral effect that they
couldn't possibly have caused ... but irrespective, I'm sure that there IS a reason !!