Jump to content

  • Log in with Facebook Log in with Twitter Log In with Steam Log In with Google Sign In
  • Create Account
Photo

Norway Lights


  • Please log in to reply
16 replies to this topic

#1
PHANTASM

PHANTASM

    L8: Grand Teacher

  • Regular User
  • 1,963 posts
90
On the road to fame
  • Admin:XIII
  • Server:Jay2
Contributor
There was a strange spiral blue light over Norway yesterday. Duckie made a comment about it and I looked it up. Here is the vid:



There was a similar one over Russia back in January:



These unidentified flying objects are probably malfunctioning Russian rockets imho. The Russians had launched a test missile yesterday in a bizarre attempt to annoy President Obama, who was in Oslo, Norway, to receive his Nobel Peace Prize. The US and Russia are haggling over a new weapons treaty.

I have watched a lot of UFO videos, 99% of them are something from earth, and this doesn't look like the 1% that I personally believe to be from our shy little friends with whom we share this solar system. Those "unexplainable" videos usually involve two types of craft: a sphere or group of spheres that move irregularly at very high speeds, or long cylinders of immense size (kilometers long) that hang in the atmosphere or in space (like the Phobos Anomaly). This Norway UFO is just something spinning wildly out of control. It doesn't move like a typical extraterrestrial (i.e. non-human/non-natural) UFO.

This Norway UFO is a very pretty light, quite interesting actually, and it could be a "new" type of extraterrestrial vehicle, although I have a strong suspicion that our little friends probably protect us from other species out there. This is why our governments pretend like we are alone, while allowing them to violate our airspace (as if we had any choice really), and steal people and cattle.


Click here to login or here to register to remove this ad, it's free!

#2
Saizou

Saizou

    L7: Teacher

  • Leader
  • 1,445 posts
107
On the road to fame
  • Admin:20
  • Server:Jay1
  • Alias:Saizou, Boris
Contributor
Well, real or not it reminds me of last 2 verses of Monty Python Galaxy Song from The Meaning of Life:

And pray that there's intelligent life somewhere up in space,
'Cause there's bugger all down here on Earth.



#3
PHANTASM

PHANTASM

    L8: Grand Teacher

  • Regular User
  • 1,963 posts
90
On the road to fame
  • Admin:XIII
  • Server:Jay2
Contributor
Yeah, humans aren't very intelligent in general. If I was an alien I wouldn't want to talk to humans any more than I would want to go in my backyard and try to talk to the ants or squirrels.

#4
Duckie

Duckie

    L8: Grand Teacher

  • Banned
  • 1,736 posts
58
Getting Better
  • Admin:0
  • Server:None
Missile or not, I'm still baffled. Along with that missile theory, don't missiles go BOOM like on COD? lol

I wish I could see something this cool in person.

#5
PHANTASM

PHANTASM

    L8: Grand Teacher

  • Regular User
  • 1,963 posts
90
On the road to fame
  • Admin:XIII
  • Server:Jay2
Contributor
I'm baffled too lol honestly. You would think by now the Russians would know how to make a missile travel in a straight line.

Maybe the Russian missile theory is just a cover story. No one seems annoyed by it, which would be the expected reaction.

The problem is that this could be explained by human stupidity better than extraterrestrials. Always an issue with UFOs.

Perhaps it was angels shining down upon the Savior as he receives his Nobel Prize for bringing peace and love to the planet.

#6
Duckie

Duckie

    L8: Grand Teacher

  • Banned
  • 1,736 posts
58
Getting Better
  • Admin:0
  • Server:None
I think the Flying Spaghetti Monster was dancing.

#7
PHANTASM

PHANTASM

    L8: Grand Teacher

  • Regular User
  • 1,963 posts
90
On the road to fame
  • Admin:XIII
  • Server:Jay2
Contributor
The official story is still the "Russian missile" theory:

http://blogs.discove...up-norways-sky/

The most credible alternative explanation I have seen so far is that it was actually a test of the HAARP (radio array system) in Norway. HAARP arrays blast the atmosphere with radio waves, causing EMP effects on passing aircraft, missiles and potentially UFOs. HAARP is classified, which causes endless speculation as to its actual abilities and intents. There is a HAARP array in Norway at Ramfjordmoen. It could be that a Russian missile was scrambled by a HAARP array and no one - Russian or NATO - wants to discuss it.

http://www.alaska.ne...gjam/HAARP.html

#8
Post(?)Organic

Post(?)Organic

    L7: Teacher

  • Regular User
  • 1,332 posts
135
On the road to fame
  • Admin:4
  • Server:None
I think Duckie is correct here.

#9
Ackmey

Ackmey

    L4: Apprentice

  • User
  • 405 posts
2
Unknown at this point
  • Admin:11
teh Nords R steeling teh nubb russian [email protected], j3sus guys, UFO r u all stoopid or sumtin?

^^

#10
Connection

Connection

    L3: Novice

  • User
  • 345 posts
2
Unknown at this point
russia confirmed this morning that it was a failed ICBM launched from a submarine.

http://news.bbc.co.u...ope/8405481.stm

#11
PHANTASM

PHANTASM

    L8: Grand Teacher

  • Regular User
  • 1,963 posts
90
On the road to fame
  • Admin:XIII
  • Server:Jay2
Contributor

teh Nords R steeling teh nubb russian [email protected], j3sus guys, UFO r u all stoopid or sumtin?

^^


We mean "UFO" in the context of Unidentified Flying Object. We didn't know what it was - meteor, missile, alien, spyplane, aurora borialis, etc. We were having an open-minded discussion. Nothing "stoopid" about it. Thanks for your input.

#12
Ackmey

Ackmey

    L4: Apprentice

  • User
  • 405 posts
2
Unknown at this point
  • Admin:11

We mean "UFO" in the context of Unidentified Flying Object. We didn't know what it was - meteor, missile, alien, spyplane, aurora borialis, etc. We were having an open-minded discussion. Nothing "stoopid" about it. Thanks for your input.


Oh, terribly sorry for my intrusive obstruction of your discussion, posted in the spam forums. Awful. <_<

#13
V!p3r

V!p3r

    L3: Novice

  • Regular User
  • 278 posts
3
Unknown at this point
  • Admin:5

Oh, terribly sorry for my intrusive obstruction of your discussion, posted in the spam forums. Awful. <_<

lol ahah

#14
PHANTASM

PHANTASM

    L8: Grand Teacher

  • Regular User
  • 1,963 posts
90
On the road to fame
  • Admin:XIII
  • Server:Jay2
Contributor

Oh, terribly sorry for my intrusive obstruction of your discussion, posted in the spam forums. Awful. <_<


No need to apologize, dear chap. We respect your First Amendment right to express yourself. We value your opinion and hold it in the highest regard. Please feel free to comment whenever you have an important contribution that shines light upon the subject at hand, or is witty and full of mirth.

cheers

P.S. I put it in the spam section because
1) I thought it was an interesting "UFO", but not really "aliens" (hope you know there is a difference by now),
2) It's more fun to write about science when everyone (including sceptics) comments on it, and
3) Daredevil bumped out all my old sci-fi blogs with his "how to use the forums" blogs, and I am capable of taking a hint.

#15
Ackmey

Ackmey

    L4: Apprentice

  • User
  • 405 posts
2
Unknown at this point
  • Admin:11

No need to apologize, dear chap. We respect your First Amendment right to express yourself. We value your opinion and hold it in the highest regard. Please feel free to comment whenever you have an important contribution that shines light upon the subject at hand, or is witty and full of mirth.

cheers

P.S. I put it in the spam section because
1) I thought it was an interesting "UFO", but not really "aliens" (hope you know there is a difference by now),
2) It's more fun to write about science when everyone (including sceptics) comments on it, and
3) Daredevil bumped out all my old sci-fi blogs with his "how to use the forums" blogs, and I am capable of taking a hint.


That was scathing.

Please don't use my first post as a basis for your opinion of my intelligence, though I must say, yes, I did think it was rather enlightening, witty, and full of mirth.

More seriously, sorry about my post, you obviously didn't take it very well. I was having myself some stoopid fun, to put it eloquently.




0 user(s) are reading this topic

0 members, 0 guests, 0 anonymous users