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Saturday, December 12, 2009
Proof that the Norway Spiral was not a missile
It's not rocket science.
If it was a missile that exploded over Norway on Wednesday, then I am Pope Benedict XVI. Everyone on this planet knows what a failed missile looks like - failed missiles and rockets have occurred thousands and thousands of times throughout history. In my world, when something fails catastrophically, it fails chaotically. There was nothing catastrophic or chaotic about the Norway spiral. Nothing about the Norway spiral looked anything like a "failure".
Clear reasons why this was NOT a missile:
1.) The missile theory is that a submarine, the Dmitri Donskoy, launched the Bulava missile from the White Sea early that morning. The attached picture 1 was taken in Tromso, Norway. So the people that claim this is a missile want me to believe that if I were to follow the blue trail to its source (picture 1) it would be 700 miles away - in the White Sea? The atmosphere is about 30 miles thick, therefore, the missile traveled at an angle that put it 700 miles away, before it reached 30 miles up? Do you realize how shallow of an angle that is? If I were to look up details about missiles, I guarantee intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBM) are not launched at those types of angles.
2.) Further, if the missile WAS launched from the White Sea, how is it that no one in Finland, Sweden or Russia saw this event?
3.) Why in the world would Russia launch an ICBM near the land mass of Norway merely hours before the President of the United States of America arrived in Oslo to accept the Nobel Peace Prize for his effort in the disarmament of nuclear weapons? Wouldn't this have the potential for some negative effects and reactions? Further, why was Norway NOT INFORMED that Russia was going to do so?
4.) If this was a missile, then why are there TWO planes of trajectories shown in the attached pictures? One trajectory is the blue trail, the second "trajectory" is the white spiral light. If the white spiral IS a trajectory, then it is nearly PERFECTLY lined up with the angle in which the attached pictures were taken. You can tell this by measuring the widths of each of the white spirals. They are nearly identical. So this missile defied physics and made a significant change in direction mid-flight?
5.) You'll quickly notice that EVERY picture taken of this event appears to be taken from an angle in which the white spiral "trajectory" is perfectly in line with the camera. These pictures were taken from all over the length of northern Norway. Strange. It would appear the reason for this is that the white spiral "trajectory" is SO FAR AWAY from us, that from all viewpoints the angle is the same. Well, if this is so far away from us - couldn't we make a calculation of the speed in which the "exhaust / fuel" is speeding away from the center of the spiral, and wouldn't that speed be UNIMAGINABLY fast. Further the SIZE of the thing rotating in the middle of the spiral must be INCREDIBLY large.
6.) The size of the Bulava Missile is 12 meters long.
7.) The spiral lasted for over 10 minutes.
8.) What is the white stuff forming the large spiral that takes up most of the sky?
A.) Exhaust? Well have you ever seen exhaust move away from its source at the speed shown in the youtube video? Even if there was no atmospheric drag on the exhaust the speed it is going is unbelievable. Maybe water could travel at such a speed - water has more mass. Exhaust does not have the mass for it to move like that for minutes after it was expended. Think of the trail behind a jet.
B.) Fuel? Well why is fuel shooting up and away from the forces of gravity - allowing a perfect circle to be formed. Gravity is clearly not playing a role in the Norway Spiral but it should be because the formation was not seen directly overhead. If this was fuel, we'd see the effects of gravity.
C.) Whatever that stuff is, it filled an ENORMOUS fraction of the sky. All this originated from a 12 meter missile?
This reeks of a cover-up story. The media came up with the excuses and cover story before the Russian military even did. The Russian military finally got onboard, taking the media's lead saying "yeah, actually we DID fire a missile around that area, kinda - yeah!" (chuckle, chuckle, shuffle of boots). What's important to note is that the Russians HAVE NOT declared a link between the spiral and any fired missile (in case this story backfires). In fact, I wouldn't be surprised if Russia never even launched a missile in the first place - but there's no way to prove that.
This cover-up story fell together so fast it nearly fell apart because people got in a hot panic to find an explanation for something they had no explanation for. Now the people at the top cannot fine tune the cover story to pass it off as something more believable because they were too quick to fuel the theory that the spiral was a failed rocket. Given enough time, and had no one panicked, then a better story could have been formulated.
Too late. Watch as more pictures and videos surface, and the missile theory completely falls apart. Unfortunately, by then most people will have written it off because all media outlets are reporting "mystery spiral solved". It's astonishing to me how people do not question these sorts of things.