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VampJunkyFemale, 13-17, Canada 4 Posts Saturday, December 12, 2009 8:48:00 AM"The Russian Ministry of Defence later reported that a test launch of a Bulava submarine-launched ballistic missile from the RFS Dmitriy Donskoy, located in the White Sea, had failed due to a malfunction of the missile`s third stage. Jonathan McDowell, an astrophysicist at the HarvardÃ¢â‚¬â€œSmithsonian Center for Astrophysics, suggested that the unusual light display occurred when the missile`s third stage nozzle was damaged, causing the exhaust to come out sideways and sending the missile into a spin" from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2009_Norweg...
What you saw was most likely the Russian space station Mir re-entering Earth`s atmosphere. A piece of which, allegedly a toilet seat, reportedly struck and killed a young Vancouver woman during her lunch break.
Second, how the hell can a rocket produce a spiral shaped explosion?
Third, Russians are well more recognized in the ufologists` communities to be more open about documents concerning anomalies. That doesn`t mean they couldn`t have fired a rocket. But unless they`re up to something highly classified I don`t see why the Russian government would bother to deny they indeed had fired a rocket in the arctic region. Now I get to read that they did deny it. That brings it all back to my first question. Does a rocket have the ability to cause such phenomena?
i gotta say, I`m disappointed
Any time not admitting could lead to strong repercussions further down the line. Such as not revealing that a failed missile was theirs.
Norway`s going extremely angry and the rest of the world is going to start polishing up their nukes. North Korea is probably going to start more and more tests now.
The Russians confirmed the rocket failure yesterday. Everyone chill the f*ck out.
Uh, don`t you mean Norwegia? DUH.
Take THAT Orson Wells
Here`s the article
Nevertheless, it`s an awesome effect.
I on the other hand, dearly hope it`s a wormhole.