Vassago wrote: »
too late, wtf yo
TheMadArtist wrote: »
I showed a coworker and he showed me this:
HAARP (High-Frequency Active Auroral Research Program) is a high-powered radio transmission research facility jointly operated by the US Navy, Air Force and several universities. Because of the high secrecy surrounding the government HAARP project, many theories have risen trying to explain what HAARP is and does. Most of them are simply wild speculations, based on fears about what "they are doing up there."
"radio waves rising from the antenna would appear to be spiraling or "cork-screwing" upward"
arshlevon wrote: »
its step 2 in NASA's project blue beam.
Notorious P.I.G wrote: »
It's the norwegians that are trying to blame their own faulty missiles on the russians. I know what kind of shit you get up to. Damn norwegians!
Soon you'll give the russians a missile tax that they will have to pay! And that's how the third world war will start. Russia vs Norway. To bad i'm between you two.
JohnnyRaptor wrote: »
That is obviously no 720 degrees...more like 7200
dejawolf wrote: »
its a soviet missile, fired from a submarine, that got borked in mid-flight, and exploded. the blue stuff is the fuel trail, and the colour is because of some weird shit with the atmosphere. the russians denied having launched it at first, but later admitted it was a cruise missile.
There are 2 clues...1: that pattern is far too perfect to be rocket in a spiral. They make a very ragged and uneven trace when they turn inside the designed radius.
2: Any rocket that has gone that far astray is destroyed by Range Control before it can make that many spirals... resulting in a flash at the center, and downward arcing plumes of smoke or unburned propellant (radiating from the center) from the chunks as they fall.
The Challenger is a good example. Although it wasn't spiraling, remember how the debris formed a "flower"at the end of the smoke trail?
Don't know what that was, but all indications are that it was NOT having problems. That pattern is simply too perfect and tight.
A bit spooky. Hope this helps.