posted on Aug, 2 2017 @ 04:19 PM
originally posted by: IgnoranceIsntBlisss
How long did that take?
I've been onto this theme for several years now and developing the search strategies across the internet took a lot of practice. Also, much of it is
based on my professional activities in Mission Control.
So if I say that the hours into this report were about 30 over the past week, it only reflects a LOT of earlier development.
Just as an example -- I had NO IDEA that you could take a Russian dashcam video of a missile plume passing in front of the car, and then actually
locate the street in Russia on Google street view, and then derive usable [not perfect, but...] azimuth/elevation angles which combined with the known
ground track gave absolute altitude and speed. And if Russian state security knew that, a lot fewer videos would be posted on their national youtube
net called www.rutube.com [oh yeah, knowing Russian turns out to be useful too, I originally learned it just for fun].
Here's another study along those same lines...
I am really tickled by the generous comments here and look forward to deeper collaboration.... I could use insightful suggestions and other help.
My home page www.jamesoberg.com has more, and I'm on Wikipedia.