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TIDBIT: REMEMBER THE NORWAY SPIRAL? WELL, THERE’S BEEN ANOTHER ...

While you're thinking about today's main blog, you might want to consider this strange article shared by Mr. B.H. (copy and paste into your browser):

http://www.anongroup.org/glowing-spiral-russia/

You'll recall that a similar Russia missile test occurred in conjunction with the Norway spiral (and which, incidentally, supposedly went "haywire") while Mr. Obama was accepting his (undeserved) Nobel Peace Prize, and, more importantly, when EISCAT, the European version of HAARP, was allegedly operating at high power, and when Frau Merkel informed the USA that Germany did not need the USA's missile defense system...

7 thoughts on “ TIDBIT: REMEMBER THE NORWAY SPIRAL? WELL, THERE’S BEEN ANOTHER ...”

    1. MiB: (flashy-thing) “All right, Beatrice, there was no alien. The flash of light you saw in the sky was not a UFO. Swamp gas from a weather balloon was trapped in a thermal pocket and reflected the light from Venus.”

  1. Missiles, when they spiral out of control do so in three dimensions and leave a conical spiral. If you look closely at the spiral over Russia, you can see that this is not the case and there appears to be light emanating from the center of it angling upward toward the photographers right. One has to wonder what type of phenomenon would render such a display. Are the Russians giving a hint that they may possess a technology which could do this?

    1. In the latest “Air & Space” magazine, an article reveals that ‘crescents’ seen hours-after launches of Soviet-era space vehicles in the 1980s were rocket plumes that were facing-forward for deorbiting rockets in depressed-trajectory or partial-orbit ICBM testing.

      The “glowing spiral” is probably just attitude-control jets firing while the vehicle is rotating, as seen from the ground. However, the forward-facing ‘fan’ could be similar to the earlier Soviet crescent: rocket motors firing in the forward direction for deceleration…

    2. (Modded. Probably “atti tude”. Let’s see…)

      In the latest “Air & Space” magazine, an article reveals that ‘crescents’ seen hours-after launches of Soviet-era space vehicles in the 1980s were rocket plumes that were facing-forward for deorbiting rockets in depressed-trajectory or partial-orbit ICBM testing.

      The “glowing spiral” is probably just atti tude-control jets firing while the vehicle is rotating, as seen from the ground. However, the forward-facing ‘fan’ could be similar to the earlier Soviet crescent: rocket motors firing in the forward direction for deceleration…

    3. I have never seen a missile or rocket failure leave a perfectly symmetrical spiral. The odds of that happening are, pardon the pun, beyond astronomical.

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