Posted: 12/16/2009 2:25:18 PM
|As you all know I cant watch vids ...anyone care to check out youtube and see whats all being said about Hessedalen Norway...I would be interested in hearing views on this.|
Could it be connected to the.."perfect missle failure" ?
Hessdalen is a small valley in the central part of Norway. At the end of 1981 through 1984, residents of the Valley became concerned and alarmed about strange, unexplained lights that appeared at many locations throughout the Valley. Hundreds of lights were observed. At the peak of activity there were about 20 reports a week.
Project Hessdalen was established in the summer of 1983. A field investigation was carried out between 21.January and 26.February 1984. Fifty-three light observations were made during the field investigation. You may read the details in the technical report. There was an additional field investigation in the winter of 1985. However, no phenomena were seen during the period when the instruments were present.
Lights are still being observed in the Hessdalen Valley, but their frequency has decreased to about 20 observations a year. An automatic measurement station was put up in Hessdalen in August 1998. Both data and alarm-pictures can be viewed on this website.
What shall this "phenomena" be called?
Earthlight? Min-min light? Unknown light? - Or, just: The "Hessdalsphenomena".
Posted: 12/16/2009 5:37:29 PM
|^^ These videos are too small or too grainy to be useful, unfortunately. Most of them are about 3 MB in size and just show a white dot moving on a black screen, so there is nothing to compare the size of the dot with anything in a video. Add to that fact that most of the videos are about 1" square means you really don't have much to look at. |
There's one vid of 66 MB in size and just shows a yellow/green/pink light which again, has a black background and there is nothing in the foreground or background, so there is no perspective.
It also looks like the project is finished - there are no new "ongoing activities" since 2000. The last observation documented on the website was in 2006.
The citizens of Hessdalen should get together with the Russians and they can corner the market on fireworks displays in Scandinavia in 2010.
Posted: 12/16/2009 6:10:20 PM
|Damn it all. You know the most annoying thing is that these sorts of events almost seem like a distraction, or at least the way they're handled by the media. No wonder there are conspiracy nuts out there. I cannot find a single article, ANYWHERE, giving a concrete explanation of the event. A bunch of maybes and possibly(s). |
It is engineered as though they are creating a focal point for social excitement and attention, which is a tactic of distraction and diversion. I do not feel that is the case but there are brains in the world that make those connections and fly with 'em. Does anyone have a solid report on this? Please link, if so.
The blue book and MoD ufo junk is officially closed up, so I wonder who gets to look into crazy blue whirly gigs in the sky now.
Posted: 12/16/2009 6:56:59 PM
These videos are too small or too grainy to be useful,
Ok thanks for letting me know, I do still think there is just a little more to the story, then they told us that day.
Just like I am learning there are ways to control pain management
with out swallowing a handfull of toxins like they told me to,
for year after year after year as well.
Who can we believe anymore without questioning ?
What a shame we mean so little ~to so many in power.
Posted: 12/16/2009 8:52:00 PM
|I agree, Bowden; this spiral thing hasn't been very effectively reported on. However, for anyone interested, the Russian military did admit to a failed Bulava missile test launched from the White Sea. |
I'm sure that people will debate this, so I'm not trying to defend any point of view. I personally believe it was a missile, but we're all big people here, so believe what you want. :)
Posted: 9/6/2010 10:00:57 AM
|Found this interesting article by my favourite astronomer Phil Plait. The Hubble captured an image of a never-before-detected binary star in a death spiral, 1/3 of a light year across in size, which bears an astonishing resemblance to the Norway spiral. See URL for photos. This discovery does seem to imply that there is a perfectly logical and reasonable explanation for the Norway spiral that is grounded in physics. |
The name of this thing is AFGL 3068. It’s been known as a bright infrared source for some time, but images just showed it as a dot. This Hubble image using the Advanced Camera for Surveys reveals an intricate, delicate and exceedingly faint spiral pattern. It’s so faint no one has ever detected it before!
So what’s going on here? First off, this is not a spiral galaxy! It’s a binary star*, two stars that orbit each other, located about 3000 light years away from us. One of the stars is what’s called a carbon star, similar to the Sun but much older. The Sun is still happily fusing hydrogen into helium in its core, but older stars run out of available hydrogen. Eventually, they fuse helium into carbon. When this happens the star swells up and becomes a red giant (note: that’s the brief version; the actual events are a tad more complicated).
Red giants tend to blow a lot of their outer layers into space in an expanding spherical wind; think of it as a super-solar wind. The star surrounds itself with a cloud of this material, essentially enclosing it in a cocoon. In general the material isn’t all that thick, but in some of these stars there is an overabundance of carbon in the outer layers which gets carried along in these winds. In these cases the material is very dense and opaque (carbon forms long, complex molecules that are very effective at absorbing visible light), and can completely block the light from the star. All we see is the warm glow from the cocoon as an infrared glow.
keck_afgl3068_llpegAFGL 3068 is a carbon star and most likely evolved just like this, but with a difference: it’s a binary. As the two stars swing around each other, the wind from the carbon star doesn’t expand in a sphere. Instead, we see a spiral pattern as the material expands.
Posted: 9/6/2010 12:16:35 PM
|Didn't read all posts. My conjecture is the Northern Lights, which are purported to be shifting. If they're shifting, couldn't they also be changing in basic appearance as well?|
Just thinking out loud.
EDIT: just saw your last post Chesire. Interesting conjecture.