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Once again, we are not having a happening.

http://amp.timeinc.net/thedrive/the-war-zone/21461/lets-talk-about-that-mysterious-rocket-launch-over-whidbey-island-photo-from-washington?source=dam&__twitter_impression=true

The only HAPPENING has been the election of Donald Trump. That was the best of times. We truly deserved that blessing because we worked hard and Kek blessed us.

But now I feel this board is cursed. No goal to unite us. Everyday the demoralizing posts promising a happening (PIC RELATED) never come to be true.

The happiest time I can remember recently was Election night.

Do any of you believe we will have something like that again?
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>>175170806
dont trust your eyes goys, thats a helicopter for sure!
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>>175170925
Except that after researching it, it is a helicopter. Read article.
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the dress is blue
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>>175171050
http://www.thedrive.com/the-war-zone/21461/lets-talk-about-that-mysterious-rocket-launch-over-whidbey-island-photo-from-washington
read it again, im into fotography and its bullshit. No matter the capture time, a helicopter doesnt look like THAT.
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>>175170806
Yeah right, I read the article and I'm not buying it
If it looks like a duck, flies like a duck, it's a duck.
Ockhams razor.
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>>175170925
It was clear from the beginning it was not a missile. There is no exhaust trail. The light beam is not lined up with the object correctly. The photo very clearly shows a seagull.
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>>175171178
Other photography people disagree with your assessment. Tell me why they are wrong?
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>>175171242
Indeed,
the guy who owns the camera says it has a 3 second shutter speed, and that's not nearly enough for that helicopter even at full speed to make that kind of light-trail
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>>175171399
they say it was a search light pointed down. are they that powerful to make that long of a light trail?
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You will notice that there is an error with the tracking of the low flying helicopter that makes it freeze on the screen momentarily and Flightradar24 even notes this automatically. Then the chopper seems to dash across the channel at unbelievable high speed. This is an anomaly with the tracking, and in reality, the helicopter made its way across the channel at normal speed (around 115 knots at 2,000 feet) right around the time the photo was snapped and exactly where the streak is shown.

With this revelation in mind, the explanation of what you are seeing in the image is the helicopter moving away from the camera towards NAS Whidbey Island, just as it was tracked in the moments after the photo was taken.
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>>175171560
depends on air moisture, if it's really misty a search light can* create such an effect. And they know that, so conveniently they say that the search light was on. WHY in the world would it be on though? It completly against protocoll exept druing a search mission - so the words from the pilots is complete bogus and obvious cover up. I will let you decide for yourself, but to me it's clear (like the air that morning).
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>>175171602
That wasn't a radar anomaly, it was a missle launch
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>>175170806
That’s a sounding rocket you dumb fags. It’s for weather predictions. We have launched them for decades.
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>>175171877
by those wascally jews
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>>175171964
Yeah, and those are always launched from naval bases. You are on the right path laddy.
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>>175170806
What is a realistic goal to focus on?
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>>175171178
Yea, that isn't a helicopter.
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>>175170806

Thanks for the input, Goldbergstein.

You can fuck off now.
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>>175172433
Fuck if I know. I'm no expert. Hoping you fags might find the answer. I just know everything on this board is shit. Hopes up everyday for happenings and it NEVER happens. It's demoralizing.
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i'm a helicopter
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>>175170806

its a directed energy beam, we've been seeing these alot lately.
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>>175172433

Getting real americans elected who promote American people first without the fag/feminist/liberal agenda.
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>>175171349
because its a literal rocket with an exhaust trail coming off of it. christ you people will believe anything... whats next, its not a helicopter goys! its a boat!
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>>175172520
If yoi can logically refute the explanation in the article, then I am willing to listen.
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>>175171050
>>175171349
Having piloted helicopters in Iraq, I can confirm that is an ICBM and not a goddamn helicopter. We usually aren't on fire.
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>>175172719
Yes. This.

Let's do this.
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During the final stages of it's pregnancy, the adult helicopter returns to the sea where it was hatched, to give birth to the future generation - who repeat the cycle.

It takes decades for a young chopper to grow rotars and assume it's adult form.
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>>175172743
It has already been done

>>175171242
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>>175172743
Can you reasonably explain how that thing is a helicopter?
If not, then it's just assessment against assessment.
It literally looks like a rocket launch.
This Pic is of a NASA - Rocket Launch at night.
It shows the trail.
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>>175172724
I believed what you believe. Article changed my mind. It's logical.
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>>175172951
Kek
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Calling all autists to identify pos/direction of this camera
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>>175172981
>It's logical.

somewhat plausible you mean

and only if your brain lacks the storage power to account for other variables.
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>>175172520
weatherballoon?
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>>175173033
You can't see Mt Baker in the pic, but it's to the right of the missile track. Using the location of CAM2 (which recorded the launch) and the direction it faced it had be in that area which east of the island. If it launched from west of the island the direction would be NNW. We determined the direction was NNE from the CAM2 location so it would have to be Skagit Bay or Saratoga Passage.
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>>175173033
Perhaps someone can identify these stars and cross reference
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>>175170806
it's clearly a helicopter, you are all a bunch of paranoid virgins.
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>>175173080
Can you translate that into infograph?
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>For your orientation, the map below shows the location of the Skunk Bay camera (red circle) and Whidbey Island Naval Air Station (blue circle)
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>>175173140
i prefer not to.

if you cant understand it, i dont want to talk to you about it. in no way can a man with your brains assist me.
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>>175172810
>>175172964
Guys you need to consider the fact that the camera had 3 second shutter speed, which makes things create light-trails.

That said, the search light had no reason to be on (and it's probably a lie that it was), and at 115 knots a helicopter wouldn't create such a long light-trail. But a rocket would.
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>>175172675
I'm a roticary chicken
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>>175172951
kek
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>>175173034
I'm open to other opinions. My point is that we are cursed and it won't be a happening.

Believe me, I want it to be a missile. It's not because then life would be interesting.

We don't get that luxury here.
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>>175173196
Why so salty ffs
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There is also a bright flash at :30
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>>175173246
you dont make any sense you sound like you are trying to blend in to /pol.
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>>175173246

we are just gonna ignore you and continue our research. No real person comes to /pol to say the shit you do
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>>175173260
see>>175172675
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>>175173316
I'm having a breakdown I think anon.
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I just thought of something, if we could measure the contrail and figure out the time it took, we could get a aprox. speed on it.
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>>175173428
>I'm having a breakdown I think anon.
more plausible than the chooper theory
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>>175173494
helicopters spawning in the distance
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It's obviously swamp gas
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>>175173494

another roflcopter
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http://i.imgs.fyi/img/3itm.png

So I did my best to track down the location of where the photo was taken in google maps. I think I found a pretty good match. Based upon that, I traced a straight line down to the horizon, and another down to where it appeared the trail lead from. Using those as guides, I calculated it and came up with the directions and bearings on google maps overhead view. With that, I stretched it all the way out where there was water on the bigger map view.

Surprisingly (sarcasm), there was plenty of channels where a sub could pop in and out. Now look yourself at that map on google earth, and see if any of those areas are somewhat secluded. There are plenty of hiding places for a sub in a relatively secluded area.

Well you say someone would hear a missile being launched? What else is in the area? Lots of navy bases right? Do you think people that live in the area really pay attention to that? Something that they hear all the time? Now add in the time of morning that this was taken. How many people were awake at that time? How realistic do you find it that people were sleeping and didn’t even hear it?
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>>175170806
Wew, the damage control is real
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>>175173260
why so dumb lmao

>>175173033
A number of large naval vessels can be seen crossing the camera.
Given that nearly all commercial ships have AIS tracking, you can figure out which ships have travelled in the area.
If you can find AIS data from the area from june 09 to june 10, then you can correlate it with the camera timestamps.
get cracking
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>>175173737
No bitch, stop derailing you faggot
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>>175173246
It is clearly a fucking missile. Your low key shill attempt won't fly, you glow in the dark nigger
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>>175173812
you are not useful to our discussion. commit suicide to prevent future interruptiond
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>>175173892
Lmfao, says this fucking memeflaggot...
KYS bitch
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>>175173683
There are plenty of time lapse photos of missile launches, and they look exactly like this one. This SpaceX launch is a good reference point for how a missile would look early in launch: https://youtu.be/JRzZl_nq6fk (I'm sure someone else could find a better example.) Taking a time lapse photo of this would logically yield a similar result to our pic.
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It's crucial we identify the direction/pos of the camera
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>>175173428
You stick out like a sore thumb, how can anyone possible believe that’s a helicopter? Are you kidding me.

I’ve been into photography for years (I’m not the best) but I can’t imagine any kind of helicopter forming that light ray, first off there is no exhaust gases from a helicopter. Secondly the “helicopter” in question is flying upwards and not left to right (which isn’t something to note about because helicopter can fly vertical but when put into perspective) it’s most definitely a rocket.
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>>175173864
I'll take my herd of nigger cattle and leave you to your bullshit missile theory then.
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>>175173093
my cursor won't show but this 'should' be the relative piece of sky you're looking at
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>>175173683
The camera is at 47.919894°, -122.579119°, looking north east
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>>175173033
those are some fast ass boats or what
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Do you guys remember when a british sub 'accidentally' launched a trident at our coast, then it veered away and fell in the water?

" The Sunday Times can reveal that a Trident II D5 missile — which can kill millions when armed with nuclear warheads — experienced an alarming failure after being launched from a British submarine off the coast of Florida in June last year.

It was the only firing test of a British nuclear missile in four years and raises serious questions about the reliability and safety of the weapons system. The failure prompted a news blackout by Downing Street that has remained in place until this weekend.

Failure to disclose the error was described as “bizarre and stupid” by Admiral Lord West, former first sea lord and chief of the naval staff."
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>>175174115

this was just after trump got elected, and was seen as a 'warning' to him
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>>175173998
http://i.imgs.fyi/img/3itb.png

Helicopters have strobing lights, meaning you would see a pattern of bright spots on the path. It would not be a steady, consistent stream. Especially as the pilot picked up speed towards the bottom. You would see a pattern emerge. There is no pattern. The light stays constant. And the biggest kicker? THE LIGHT IS YELLOW check the FAA regulations for helicopters and see what colors are authorized.

Second piece. This is not an airplane. This does not have wings. Zoom in yourself. Play with it, and try to find evidence of wings. Wings are not small, and they do not just disappear, they have to be wide enough to help generate lift. There is no evidence for wings.

Also, try to find a modern day, passenger airplane that has one contrail. Seriously, try it. At extreme distances, it can appear as one, but if you zoom in, you can clearly see the formation of, at a minimum of, two contrails. And contrails do not shove up the ass of the airplane, they form a slight distance behind as the hot air cools and condenses. THIS IS ONE CONTRAIL
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>>175170806
The only thing that /pol/ ever got 99% agreement on was Trump. We literally have the meme power to achieve any goal, the only issue is we keep arguing over minor details. There is no leadership on /pol/ and leadership provides unity, Trump was that leader, and we literally moved mountains to make him President. /pol/ is very tribal, we all have our own little groups, stick with them, and try to knock down the rest. reddit invasions, and a boatload of newfags all the time fuels this flame. It seems to me that way back in 06 we could accomplish much more, raiding people, doing things for the lulz, but when it came to something serious, we let in a whole lot of a faggotry that was very corrupt. You've probably heard this all a million times, but it's damn true. Don't worry though, we will once again be unified in 2020 to help Trump win again, because obviously, the other option will spell certain death for the white race, and we must continue to exist, even if Trump isn't exactly what we thought he was, even if he didn't gas the kikes, or stop obanana caring for mexico plan, or even if he doesn't get the wall up in time, none of it matters, the other option is going to be surrender, and spell death to us all.
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>>175172981
You're a cruzmissile now?
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>>175174179
It could be a searchlight.
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Any skykang fags hear anything when this was going down?
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>>175174195
Not going down without a fight. Tommy Robinson is a precursor for all whites
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Just some Farmer Joe hash farmer, not military

http://skunkbayweather.com
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>>175174260
>yellow searchlight
Where in the FAA refs does it say yellow searchlights are authorized? Also, where are the red and green medevac lights that are to be used on air ambulance helicopters?

https://www.faa.gov/regulations_policies/handbooks_manuals/aircraft/media/faa-h-8083-21A.pdf
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>>175174260
>It could be a searchlight.
moving at least four times the speed of a choppah
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>>175174024
Hmm I dont see it tbf

>>175174282
You can try cross referencing with this
http://eam.watch/log
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>>175174295
Good, we all know for a fact that if Trump doesn't win, it's bye bye guns, bye bye whites, hello illegals, hello refugees, hello cuckoldry, and regardless of how badly we fucking hate each other, he has got to win. Anyone who thinks otherwise, thinks they are going to somehow going to bring about change, or even hold back the darkness better any other way is fucking kidding themselves.
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>>175174115
i member
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>>175174111
It's called a timelapse retard, frames are 45sec apart
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>>175174295
This. I unironically think england is where we should all focus our efforts.
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>>175174503
Agreed
>We are literally at war, fighting for the future.
I could literally go on for hours about this. But, missile. It’s all part of it.
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>>175173683
>Well you say someone would hear a missile being launched? What else is in the area? Lots of navy bases right? Do you think people that live in the area really pay attention to that? Something that they hear all the time?

from the previous thread
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>>175174544
you are a dirty little attention whore and useless to this discussion. you are insulting and dumb
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>>175174544
what kind of vessel? a ferry at 330am with lights bright enough to light up the clouds/fog?
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>>175174645
yes goyim, never mind the helicopter, go sign a petition instead
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>>175174645
Can you fuck off CIA | FBI | NSA
People pay you for this. They pay you to be a terrible shill on a Hungarian hippopotamus forum. You’re a waste
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>>175174645
Do you not feel embarrassed that your parents think you are helping to thwart terrorists?
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>>175174059
How accurate are those coords?
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>>175174719

that boat did stand out to me, is was way too bright.

anyways, this is what I think we have so far. They brought a nuclear sub in close to our base to launch a missile at another country to set us up? The country hit by it, would track it to our naval base and blame us.
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>>175174059
>47.919894°, -122.579119°
>north east

Are you sure? I thought it is looking north west, towards Indian Island.

There is a US navy base there btw. see pic
>>175173043
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>>175174965

here is the important part guys... where is that sub now???
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>>175170806
Shill are out in force today on this, its clearly a trident launch...the IG report is still going to drop faggots
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>>175174965
Has anyone actually identified the middle yet ?? If you figure out the speed of the rocket it would narrow it down for matching it. Unless it’s some new tech that hasn’t been showcased yet

The weirdest thing about this entire ordeal is that why would they deny the missile test?? Why would they try to say it’s a helicopter ?? Do they really take us for ignorant morons ??
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>>175175120
>where is that sub now???

having spawned its helicopter young, the sub will soon die and it's nutrients will fill the waters.

it is the cycle of life.
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>>175174115
It was probably just a helicopter
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>>175174955
Got them from an article talking about the incident. Don’t have the link sorry
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>>175175155
Will IG report be a happening?
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>>175175156
probably the same reason they said the hawaii nuke alert as a mistake. They dont want people to panick, that would cause harm in itself. But yes, they tried to nuke hawaii and it was shot down. They are getting desperate
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>>175174790
I sometimes wonder if it really is CIA glowing, or /ourguy/ pretending to be a shill to encourage our joined autismo skills. I can't always tell, the shilling is too obvious.
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>>175175417
will obviously be heavily redacted, but let's focus back on helicopters shall we?
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>>175170806
reddit fag, why do you shill so hard?
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>>175170806
Yes, keep posting about it shill. Clearly all those threads have been deleted because it was just a helicopter. Oh im sorry, *offtopic*, unlike racebaiting, trannyposting, muhdickposting and r9kposting.
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>>175174965
interesting comments:
>http://strangesounds.org/2018/06/mysterious-object-off-washington-state-whidbey-island-wasnt-a-missile-launch-says-military.html

then there's this: http://www.serendipity.li/eden/librizzi.htm

>The Anunnaki drink blood, which they need in order to exist in this dimension and hold a human form

... maybe there's more to this pizza grape than previously thought
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>>175175347
sure m8, and Trump probably accidently misspelled "missile" and "stopped" in his tweet.

all a big cohencidence
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Where or what did it impact is my question it clearly launched.
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>>175175855
I don’t have the trig skills to figure that one out, but I could give a general direction based on what is already given. Really would depend upon the angle it was moving. Plus we would need to PID the missile type to get range, crest a bubble for range, narrow it down based on direction. About all I got, don’t have all tools right now to work it out in my head
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>>175176148
I'm sure some media outlet would've had a story about something being blown up
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Also, it got awfully quiet in here. Guess shills decided to stop bumping or they are calling in support as the doubtfags were BTFO
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>>175175855
Ok.

If it was a missile to shoot down air force one or hit singspore, why only fire one? Why not fire all of them?
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>>175176266
Unless it went out to sea
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>>175174195
Who gives a shit about merica tho?

The only stupid fucking philosophy Mericans have is how to "look good". It's all about the media for you.

You should have a much wider focus, than your orange faggot.
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>>175176296
So now you admit it was a missile? Lol
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>>175176344
Ahhhh there’s the saltfag
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>>175172520
Subduing the Left.
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>>175176391
I'll admit it's a missle when I see proof. So far, best explanation is in the article.
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>>175176425

>>175176344
Kek agrees with me.

Stop being a selfish pretentious faggot.
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This is what I came up with, but I'm sure some of you autists will do a better job..
But we need to verify the camera coordinates are in fact accurate
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>>175176296
Trying to shoot down AF1 with a missile is like hitting a bear with a BB gun. Not going to do anything out piss it off.

If it was going to hit singapore, it would only take one nuke to kill both trump and Kim. Easy to blame it on NK (rogue general - coup attempt - cia msm narrative) one nuke to start WW3
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>>175176538
Pffffffft HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!
So you are still going with the helicopter is best explanation? FFS dude, Sad!
Where are the red and green lights that are mandatory for air ambulances?
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>>175176307
True seems like a waste of a missle.
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>>175176558
Sure thing saltfag, you’re the one crying over the orange hitler, way to put yourself shill. Extra whippings from Brock tonight!
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>>175176638
Wouldn't every nation have radars that could see where it came from? Internationally, everyone would know it was not America.
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>>175176616
Looks good but those coordinates are the best I’ve got. I’ll try to find article again
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>>175176957
Cropped the middle image to better match the cam
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>>175174111
American education
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>>175176944
In last thread an anon showed how there were articles leaked that showed China hacking our subs. Now we know the cia can spoof as foreign nations.

Actually fuck. It’s all so fucked, I don’t know the motives or who would gain from it. If it looked like America, it would explain why Russia just launched a massive training exercise. Meaning if we lost control of our nuke arsenal.

I don’t know and I think that is why I’m thinking this is so spoopy. The timing of the launch combined with what was going on at the time and the Russian fleet jumping into an “exercise” immediately afterwards, it’s all just so fucked.
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Camera is definitely facing roughly east. Watch the wind direction bottom left and the direction the clouds are moving. It's most clear in the last few seconds.
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>>175171349

Just Google long exposure photos of rockets and missiles and then Google long exposure photos of helicopters.

Sure, the conspiracies about it targeting North Korea or Air Force 1 may sound far fetched but it does not change the fact that this is undeniably a missile or a rocket.

It cannot be anything else other than perhaps a really good photoshop hoax, although it does not seem to be one at the moment.

It could very well be just some kind of a harmless test or dummy missile but someone is definitely attempting to cover it up and lie about it for some reason.
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Seems the guy who got the shot got his answer
And the guy who owns the camera and web site is now certain it was a helicopter: "I kept this thing parked as a mystery.This morning I contacted Air Lift NW to find out if the Nav lights on the helicopter were different in any way.I got a fairly quick response back from them after they talked with the pilot.Here is the text: "They were transiting from Bremerton to Bellingham on a standard instrument flight plan, flying in the clouds with night vision goggles. The search light was retracted flush under the nose, but did not switch off and was facing straight down." So, the path of the helicopter matches perfectly and now that I know the searchlight was in a locked down position and still on, it makes sense now.
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>>175177519
Or west even.
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>>175177626
Sounds like a bs story to me lol
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>>175170806
Focus on all the other countries, a trump for every western nation. Lets get a habbenig assembly line going
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>>175177626
Logic wins the day.

Another non happening.
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>>175177626
Wanna know how I know it’s bullshit?
>night vision goggles + searchlight
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>>175177626
Also does anyone have this flight path, curious to see
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>>175177995
Also doesn’t address the red and green light issue
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>>175177995
To fly through the clouds
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>>175178091
Is that even a thing?
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>>175170806
But this video(from Q right?) is the only proof we have that it actually happen? No other videos or pictures? People with security cams who caught glimps?
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>>175178181
Happend*
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>>175178181
>from Q right?
Being this retarded.
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>>175174166
hmm, so the UK spied on Trump for bobama AND attempted to nuke the US?
who shot the one that didn't hit Hawaii?
this one is the 3rd nuke that didn't hit its intended target
no wonder trump is working overtime to make new friends, the old friends are doing their damnedest to start a nuclear world war
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>>175172675
I'm a clapping monkey toy.
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>>175178134
Fuck if I know. Seems logical to see shit.
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>>175172707
When did that exactly happen
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>>175171178
Appeal to authority - no logical explanation just (((experts)))
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>>175170806
that's definitely a rocket. And since it's close to Seattle I somehow get the hunch Jeff Bezos is involved.
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>>175178329
Lmao... You been shitting on this thread from the start. Just stop...
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>>175178400
Oh shit. Well then, it all makes sense now.
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>>175178294
we had some skykangs threads back during that time, they showed multiple sub hunter planes everywhere on our coast. we are on high alert. im not worried though, I am confident we wont be nuked. we have righteousness on our side and are looked over
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>>175177763
I still want to know if it was a missle what was the target? Why risk a launch to just fire it into the sea?
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>>175170806
Why couldn't it be an amateur rocket? Certainly not a fucking heli.
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Retards debunked again
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>>175178400
Why pay Elon Musk millions for rocket delivery when you're the richest man in the world and can have your own rockets? MUAHAHAHAHAHA!

On a serious note, Jeff Bezos is like a black hole who will soon swallow every single business.
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I swear anyone who says this isn't some sort of missile is just straight up gaslighting. There's just absolutely no way it's anything but that.
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>>175178770
Your guess is as good as mine...

>>175178848
Debunked how? GTFO
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>>175178400
I've been to live rocket launches at Vandenberg AFB... can confirm... this is definitely a rocket.
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The level of damage control in this thread suggests this may actually be a somethingburger.
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>>175178958
Exactly, this heli story is just a cover and a shitty one at that
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They must really want to distract from todays OIG report. HIGH alert anons. They will try something else. Too bad school isnt in session or they would do a shooting. I wonder what is their next move?
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>>175171050
>>175171349
Holy shit do you really think that looks like a helicopter?

Jesus christ, are you a liberal by chance? You just completely swallow anything the media reports?

Not only does it look nothing like a helicopter, but there's available time-lapse video and this "helicopter" covers the entire arc of the sky in the amount of time it takes a boat to move about one boat-length.

That isn't a fucking helicopter you dumbfuck
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>>175176538
your attempts are so laughably sad that >>175175507

If you really get paid for this shit, than all I can say it is pretty sad man, you should take some pride in your job, acquire better shillskills.
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>>175179082
Why's there no reports of an impact? If I heard that something was vaporized or something blew up in space I'd be right with you until that surfaces I'm skeptical.
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>>175178091
Ever drove through heavy fog with high beams on?
Add night vision goggles, which enhance light
>are they even being serious?
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>>175178686
I'm just wondering what tech we have that lets us drop their nukes so easily and so far away from the intended target
I know the media is controlled, so the stories don't really get out
but the Hawaii shitstorm? I don't think anyone believes that official story
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>>175179265
Read the fucking article brainlet
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>>175177281
>In last thread an anon showed how there were articles leaked that showed China hacking our subs. Now we know the cia can spoof as foreign nations.

https://www.defensenews.com/cyber/2018/06/08/chinese-hackers-steal-sensitive-navy-program-data/
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COORDS. 47.9403904, -122.6050354
The camera is located on the far north of skunk Bay. You can see the very end of Whidbey island to the far right of the image.
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>>175179358
Space laser platforms, like a satalite based thadd but with lasers.
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>>175173331
Too big to be SM6

It looks almost falcon 9 tier size
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>>175170806
>Once again, we are not having a happening.
No shit, darling
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>>175179453
There it is, thanks anonbro
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>>175179484
Where did you come up with those coords?
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>>175179621
Google maps. Plus I'm from that area
It's between those coords and these
47.9342369, -122.6026895
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House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi told reporters Wednesday that it “pays to have a nuclear bomb in your pocket” when negotiating with President Trump.

http://dailycaller.com/2018/06/13/pelosi-negotiating-nuclear-bomb-trump/
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>>175171349
Lmao i had some faggot telling me he is an expert in photoshopping and trying to prove that some image wasn't shooped, but i didnt see his expertise help him much after i showed him the original pic.
Anyway you are so unconvincing im starting to think you are just baiting people so they search even harder.
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>>175179703
Checked and doesn't match the cam, are you intentionally putting out fake info??
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>>175173737
You could probably get a rough velocity estimate of the missile too

it's just v=d/t, should be simple if you can figure out the trajectory/distance, since we've got timestamps for the time
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>>175179775
Get fucked like I said you can see the very tip of Whidbey island to the far right of the image
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alAP7Mfn

disregard this guy
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>>175179846
Show me where, I honestly don't see it
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>>175177281
>I don’t know the motives or who would gain from it.

I looked through my extensive merchant collection, but I am unable to find one wearing a chink mask. It would have been the perfect reaction image to this.

Mossad is pissed off they lost control over NK. This was their work, theirs and clownworld.
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From the photographer .

All missilefags please kys

https://skunkbayweather.blogspot.com/2018/06/skunk-bay-missile-crisis-over.html?m=1
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>>175179999
if he didn't bend the knee the shills wouldn't have stopped harassing him
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>>175179999
Checked. It's a trident missile, go to sleep
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>>175179900
In this image on the far right the big bulge right above the "in" is the tip of Whidbey island at coords 47.9115158, -122.4187898
The webcam is directly West across the water and a little south of it
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Colonel, you need to take a look at this radar

> What is it, son?

I don’t know but it looks like a giant...
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>>175177626
>it makes sense now.

kek, sure, it makes sense that they had your balls in a vice.
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>>175179999
what a waste of digits
(12 fucking captchas to reply to this glow in the dark nigger)
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>>175170806
it's clearly a giant light saber.
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>>175173104
Yea I’m actually puking right now over the incels who think that isn’t a helicopter in the picture
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>>175177519
>>175177737
It's facing north, we already figured this out awhile ago

why the fuck are the shills so desperate to shut this discussion down?
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>>175178805
on Whidsbey Island? not really mate
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it took 3 posts for the OP to take off xer shill mask
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>>175180454
>why the fuck are the shills so desperate to shut this discussion down?

fear.
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Just a helicopter goy.
Nothing to see here, move along.
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>>175179999
Fucking waste of digits and a life, kys and start over
>I keep debunking your claims and you just ignore it.
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>>175180165
Looks like it came out of the deepest part of the hood canal between the Whidbey Bluff and the Indian Island Naval Weapons Bunker Complex.
Don't remember how deep it is, but a worker drove off the bridge, and it took weeks to find him with deep water submersibles.
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>>175180165

you can see the ayy ships in this. they make their ships look like stars so they blend in, but in this they are below the clouds and they stand out. why do you think in scifi they are called 'star-ships'
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>>175178770
I figure it was top secret test launch, or an accidental launch (virtually impossible - you don't just 'accidentally fuel and launch a missile)

If it's accidental then the only thing that could've accidentally launched it is a system meant to be fast-response and on alert. There are only two missile systems like that: Ballistic defense, and nuclear ICBM's.

Evidently the missile didn't do anything, either. No explosions, nobody knows if it was suborbital or not. The trajectory itself being North/South suggests if it were orbital, it went into a polar orbit (thus can fly over every country on the planet)

>what if america is having its own Red October moment, for real
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>>175179439
You're a grade A certified glow in the dark shill
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>>175179532
No; lasers aren't strong enough, lack the range, and they produce enormous amounts of heat which is a huge problem in space
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>>175180165
I can't get it to match as good as the other pos >>175177138

We need to know exactly where that fucking cam is, guessing won't help
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>>175180849
>>175180909

Anon you are the most sensible canadian on the board today. I'm sure i've seen you btfoing shills before.
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>>175180252
JOHNSON
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>>175180645
Some spots in hood canal are hundreds of feet deep. Plenty deep for a sub to come in undetected.
Also fuck these kike mods IP banning whole blocks. I make a post then one minute later I'm IP banned
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>>175170806

There's a minor Naval Air Station on the northern part of Whitby Island. Small medical station, mini-mart and residences and no missile bays or big Area 51-type research hangars. Google it.
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>>175180909
Day of the rake can't come soon enough
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"They were transiting from Bremerton to Bellingham on a standard instrument flight plan, flying in the clouds with night vision goggles. The search light was retracted flush under the nose, but did not switch off and was facing straight down."

So, the path of the helicopter matches perfectly and now that I know the searchlight was in a locked down position and still on, it makes sense now.

I know my cameras very well. This was a unique situation that would have resulted in exactly this type of image. I never thought it would be solved like this…. What an adventure.

I know that many folks will vehemently disagree with this assessment, much as I did in the beginning. I hope they do continue to keep searching for another explanation, but in this case, I am 99% convinced this is the real solution. I will always leave that 1% open out there because I love a good mystery….. :)
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>>175179809
this
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>>175181087
Enemy subs can't get in past the bridge and the other approach is heavily netted. It was one of ours.
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>>175180909
I’m still waiting for someone to explain how this medical helicopter has a yellow spotlight, when that color is not authorized by the FAA. Where are the red and green lights that ARE authorized. Why would a helicopter pilot fly into clouds like that with a spotlight and NVGs on, knowing they would be blinded by the glare. How anyone can take this as a serious debunk is insane.

In addition, the helicopter flight track goes further to the left by a good several kilometers than the photgraphed trajectory. FFS, it’s a goddamn missile and we know the government lies about shit. And if this was an “accident” you think they would want the public to know they “accidentally” launched an ICBM or other missile?
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>>175181161
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>>175171254
>There is no exhaust trail.
We don't know that because, for some reason, the time-lapse video abruptly ends just as the object appears?
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You went mainstream.
You turned yourself into Facebook and Twitter.
Pol is now just a Walmart of shitty ideas.
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>>175181425
Contact this motherfucker and ask
webmaster@skunkbayweather.com

But apparently he already compromised
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>>175177626
>Overflying and shining a search light directly down onto a U.S. Military Base
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>>175181456
> 1 post by this id
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>>175179999
fucking waste of digits and waste of oxygen, scarf yourself from a doorknob, phosphorescent niggerturd
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>>175181635
See what I mean.
Pol is now full these retards that can't even post count.
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it's obviously the tic tac shaped ufo rising up from the water super fast just like the navy guys saw it. duh
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>>175181087
Subs really only need like 50ft

They don't HAVE to launch from underwater or anything, it's just that being underwater makes you a lot harder to detect with radar and shit

Not a problem if nobody is actually looking for you.

Oh shit

What if it was another country sending a message to the US - "You aren't invulnerable we can hit you with SLBM's if we want" If I were the US military, you sure as shit bet I would be downplaying a breach like that. So in this hypothesis, someone with SLBM's launched a missile right off the american coastline. Right next to a major naval base.

What countries have SLBM capable subs and nuclear warheads?

China – Type 094 submarine, Type 092 submarine
France – Triomphant class
Russia – Typhoon, Delta, and Borei classes
United Kingdom – Vanguard class
United States – Ohio class
India – Arihant class

Israel could probably be added to the list as well, and potentially anyone with subs that can launch cruise missiles instead of just SLBM's
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>>175181873
All countries with submarines of any kind:


Algeria[1]
Argentina
Australia
Azerbaijan
Bangladesh
Brazil[2]
Canada
Chile[3]
Colombia[4]
Ecuador[5]
Egypt[6]
France
Germany (list)
Greece
India (list)
Indonesia
Iran
Italy (list)
Israel
Japan
Malaysia
Netherlands (list)[7]
North Korea
Norway
Pakistan
Peoples Republic of China
Republic of China (Taiwan)
Peru[8]
Poland
Portugal (list)[9]
Russia (list) (some ex-Soviet Union)
Singapore
South Africa
South Korea
Spain (list)[10]
Sweden (list)
Turkey (list)
United Kingdom (list)
United States (list)
Venezuela[11]
Vietnam
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>>175179999
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>>175180252
ait, that's not a woodpecker, it looks like someone's--
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>>175181347
>I’m still waiting for someone to explain how this medical helicopter has a yellow spotlight, when that color is not authorized by the FAA

this
>>175174417
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>>175181347
Incredible how the shills can't debunk this so they ignore it, why they don't call their superior on it
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>>175177626
>This morning I contacted Air Lift NW to find out if the Nav lights on the helicopter were different in any way
>"They were transiting from Bremerton to Bellingham on a standard instrument flight plan, flying in the clouds with night vision goggles. The search light was retracted flush under the nose, but did not switch off and was facing straight down."
BUT WHAT ABOUT THE NAV LIGHTS?
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And the shills go quiet again
>Can’t explain the unauthorized yellow spotlight can you?
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>>175181873
Image of all the operational SSBN's
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>>175181534
how many of us wouldn't capitulate when faced with a gig of cp being found on our computer?
I mean, they have other ways of making people cooperate, but threats work well on most people
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>>175182365
also Trump who otherwise doesn't make spelling mistakes, misspells "missile" and "stopped" in a tweet like a complete nigger would do. Cohencidence I am sure.
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So the shills are quiet again, back on topic. Anyone figure out potential vectors?
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>>175182390
No aircraft flies without them turned on, except military while doing non-peacetime military things.

The navlights are explicitly required to prevent collisions. In fact, I was recently researching this exact shit a couple days ago (so that I could put my navigation lights in the right place on my SSTO in kerbal space program). They were adopted from maritime use - if you can see red and white, you're looking at the left side of the vehicle, green and white - right side. red, green and white at the same time - the back, just red and green - the front.

It drastically reduced maritime collisions which is why it was adopted for aircraft.
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Dont mind me just bumping because the shills are thread-spamming again
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>>175170806

You either retarded or a shill

Trump is a jewish puppet, continues same agenda in middle-east as before. wont stop US Economic collapse and leads us all dirrectly into World war 3

Trump victory was a big show for rebelious masses out there, but nothing really changed...

Now US President is isolaiting america on world trade market...

He do not act as reasonable buisnessman..
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>>175182800
>1 post by this id

not even on topic

can the shills at least put effort into it
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>>175170806
>The only HAPPENING has been the election of Donald Trump.
So you came here during the election newfag.
fuck off
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>>175182734
Thanks leafbro, May the rake be merciful to you at least
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>>175182859
Godspeed to you Leaf. only your kind is so endangered
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>>175171050
>Except that after researching it, it is a helicopter. Read article.
>researching it, it is a helicopter. Read article.
>researching
>Read article.

do you actually think "researching" is reading someone else's propaganda and taking it at face value?

There is a submarine school at that particular navy base.

That's a rocket launch.
Seen quite a few rocket launches.
t. former milfag stationed at FEWarren, Patrick and HQ AFSPACE
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>>175172951
kek - Well done.
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>>175183068
>FEWarren
Stay Moist?
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Riddle me this, If it was a rocket, where did it hit?
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>>175183068
Just shows they need someone else to think for them
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>>175182439
see
>>175179453


>According to the report, 614 gigabytes of material on a closely held project known as Sea Dragon were taken. Contracted for the military organization Naval Undersea Warfare Center, Sea Dragon aims to develop a supersonic anti-ship missile for use on U.S. submarines.
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>>175183191
1 post by this ID
VPN change over huh?
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>>175183191
THAAD took it out

>missle stoped
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What do you guys think? Test for the new Israeli cruise missile?
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>>175182734
Right and the pilot's quote mentioned nothing about the navlights which mysteriously are absent from the exposed photo. The lights are brighter than the ambient light reflecting off of the "helicopter" body so they should be exposed in the photograph more prominently than the "helicopter" itself. I don't see them here.
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>>175183068
They are shills.And even if they wanted to say other articles then it would have to appear on ((the media)) risking for involuntary red-pilling
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>>175183477
your saying it's a missile
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Ok think I found the location of the camera
Pretty certain this is it, seems to match the flags and the boat

47°55'13.10"N 122°35'7.71"W
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>>175182785
12 hours ago they banned every single thread mentioning this within seconds, and banned every poster for 3 days for "off-topic" while flooding the board with braaaps and niggerdicks. When they saw their efforts would be futile against our combined OCD persistence, the army of niggerfaggot shills like OP and >>175179999 stepped in with their absolutely ridiculous claims of it being a helicopter. So ridiculous I now get why they are called clowns.
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>>175170806
Man drones these days are sure getting high-tech.
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>>175183224
Hypersonic ASHM are like ship kryptonite

Anyways I went looking for images of US SLBM's and the missile body in the photo doesn't match any that the US has in service.

In fact, the missile here: >>175170806 has a distinctly skinny and long profile. It's trajectory is clearly ballistic, so I don't think it's a cruise missile. I think it's too big to be an SLBM. Especially given the distance (you could probably get an accurate distance playing around with atmospheric scattering to figure out how much air is between you and the object)

It's either a completely new SLBM, a non-american SLBM, or a land-launched ballistic missile.
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>>175182040

columbian narco subs?
>wonders why mexico isn't in the submarine business ...
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>>175183771
Bump.
Also, FWIW, new threads with zero replies are pretty quick to die, self-bump if you want it to live.
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>>175184049
Can't self-bump your own thread without proxy, someone has to reply first.
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>>175182439
It could also be a "non-operational" sub. Think how useful it would be to have a 'decommissioned'/'destroyed' sub at your disposal.
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>>175183850

it actually looks like the biggest one, the d5
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>>175183771
The true reason why /pol/ "seems" so broken
>>175183928
Because they are the immediate border so unless they go from Cancun to New York or Acapulco to Los Angeles/San Francisco it would be a waste of resources
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>>175183294
>>175183316
What if it was a rocket launching a new satellite into space?
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>>175183850
Well, the camera IS pointed toward Indian Island. No one knows anything about it other than it is a high security heavily fortified naval munitions bunker complex.
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Also, here are the operational SSG's:


Oscar-class submarine (Project 949A Antey)
Builder: Soviet Union / Russia
Displacement: 19,400 tons
Operator: Russian Navy: 8 in active service plus 2 in reserve
Ohio-class "Tactical Trident": Special Forces and Super Strike (SSGN 726)
Builder: United States
Displacement: 18,750 tons
Operator: United States Navy: 4 in active service each with ~154 Tomahawks


Rest of the world are you even fucking trying?
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Why don’t we see any other beams of light if this is a long exposure shot?
Why would a weather cam be taking long exposure shots?
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>>175172108
That's some good dismissal there
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>>175176616
how wide is it? the missile, i mean?

we might be able to use it's width to get a confirmed distance from the camera.
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>>175184231
The color coding is completely off.
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>>175181003
Wrong. Not a scientist, I just push the button, they are there and very functional.
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>>175184338
that's a lot to know about it, actually
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At first I thought it wasn’t unusual but the response has convinced me otherwise. Obviously something fucky with this missile launch!
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We are going to need a bread baker, and please not with that larp collage.
It discredits trying to find out who launched the missile and why.
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>>175183771
Interesting; anybody got a copy of the infographic?
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>>175170806
I believe you're an idiot and a dupe of the elite if you think the purpose of this board is to become some kind of echo chamber for the government.

fuck you in the ass
Shit blood and die.


and yes I hate Hillary far more than you do.
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>>175184683
see >>175175627
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bump
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>>175183180
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>>175184570
Damn, I’m wagecucking here, so I’m mobilefagging it. Did people get screenshots of the evidence at least. Or archive this thread? I’m going to use the info within later.
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>>175184416
They're not there. Raytheon only just got a working 1KW solidstate laser a few years ago and that needed a couple fucking trucks to function.

There's more portable chemical lasers, (which are still fucking massive) but those can only be fired a few times before they're kaput. Neither of these type of lasers is effective over 100+ km distances. We simply don't have the technology for it yet - you need a very large mirror, a lot of energy, and massive heat dissipation capability. If a satellite really had a laser system it'd either be 1-shot use, or look like a bird with giant fuckhuge radiators.

The mirror and radiators would, themselves, make the satellite very easy to see (look up iridium flare) and identify, and because lasers are short-range weapons thanks to the inverse square law, they'd have to be operating in low earth orbit making them even easier to find.

Sorry buddy but space based lasers don't real yet
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>>175184683
it's memelarp shit, probably put together by the navy's "best and brightest" meme team.
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>>175184931
J
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>>175181347

since you mentioned it--that orange-silver color is EXACTLY that of a typical rocket I see launched here on Merritt Island (Kennedy Space Center) ALL.THE.TIME.
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>>175184957
It’s going to drop off the net later due to the IG report and I don’t want the evidence / work already done to be lost
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>>175172743
Where are the blinking lights from the helicopter. Why is the helicopter shaped like a torpedo. Where are the flight paths of the blades. Why is there a trail of smoke behind it.
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>>175185040
Exactly.
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>>175184952
pigs in spaaaace?
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>>175173213
If it creates light tails where are the other light tails from the side
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>>175184389
Don't ask me lol
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>>175185071
Nice! Any time lapse photos?
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looks like a missile to me
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shills are working hard to prove this is a helicopter
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>>175172981
>I believed what you believe. Article changed my mind.

Pls explain how--at the tip of the rocket exhaust trail--there's a rocket. googling "rocket shaped helicopter" gives no joy.

t.spacefag who's seen well over 100 launches
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>>175185071
What kind of rockets? Each type of fuel ought to have its own characteristic emission spectra

Given that we could narrow down what kind of missile even more

I'd guess most of the ones you see are using LOX+Kerosene
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Heres another attempt with new cam location
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>>175170806
I just found another picture of a helicopter, anon.
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>>175172707
I'm from Michigan and can confirm this photo is also a helicopter
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>>175185355
>inb4 govt finally admits it was a secret missile prototype test
We are rapidly approaching the point where they will need to do this so people stop digging. Here’s the thing though
>it wasn’t a test fire
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>>175185288
>Nice! Any time lapse photos?
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I don't--I just take them w/ my phone if I happen to catch one. I took these because I wanted to show my little kid how bright it made the night when they launched. Matter of fact, I had a hard time finding launches on such short time-lapse--especially during the day.
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>>175185071

these may be the Musk rockets. I understand they are supposed to use a different fuel than traditional designs.
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>>175185649
I would also like to say, it’s pretty rare these days to see shill BTFO so hard
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>>175185649
desu admitting it was a test missile right off the bat would've had people just dismiss it and move on

I wouldn't have given it a second thought if they hadn't tried to cover it up as a fucking helicopter, lol
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>>175185717
Good enough for a start and thanks.
I’m liking the idea of doing visual emissions tests to narrow the field in the type of missile it is
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>>175185778
Don't give the shills ideas (Even tho this would only make conspiracies more believable)
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>>175185778
Same
>Streisand effect
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>>175185381
What kind of software is capable of analyzing a spectrum like that?
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>>175172964
That looks like a helicopter to me Hans
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24 to 26 seconds there is a clear triangular object center right of the screen moving through the clouds, then you see a star move, then at 29.5 seconds you see a flash that lights up the whole screen then shortly after you see a missile crazy stuff
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>>175185618
Confirmed helicopter. Thank you for posting.
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>>175185992
desu I'm not sure you could do it with the grainy footage we have - I've never run a spectrograph before and only know how it works in the vaguest sense.

But I bet you could do it in photoshop.
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>>175182859
>can the shills at least put effort into it

I know right? How these low-energy fuckers haven't gotten fired by now is beyond me. What kind of niggers do the clowns hire?
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>>175186143
>>175185992
https://petapixel.com/2015/07/08/primer-using-frequency-separation-in-photoshop-for-skin-retouching/

This sounds like it's in the right direction for it
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>>175171178
Recreate the photo
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>>175186143
I’ll try it later tonight. Also side note - tried to archive
>came back as unable due to exclusion
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>>175186126
You're seeing stars through the clouds my dude...
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>>175186173
Well if this is their best, I don't want them getting fired. They're awful and I prefer dealing with awful shills rather than good ones.
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>>175186364
Thanks, I’ll pay to get the software if necessary
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>>175183697
>Ok think I found the location of the camera
>Pretty certain this is it, seems to match the flags and the boat
>47°55'13.10"N 122°35'7.71"W
Can someone confirm this?
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>>175185381
>LOX+Kerosene

probably 70-30, but we still see plenty of solid fuel launches. just had one recently launched by ULA I believe.
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>>175186449
>>175186364
Also this:https://helpx.adobe.com/in/photoshop/using/viewing-histograms-pixel-values.html

What I'd do is look at the color values for the rocket exhaust, and compare them to color values of other, known rockets.

Forewarning: You may need to do color correction to account for the amount of light in the scene.
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>>175183850
someone earlier was suggesting it was an mm3
I admit it isn't my field of expertise
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>>175186612
And also there's a good chance this doesn't work at all because of too many inconsistencies in the photos (smog, time of day, atmospheric scattering over distance, etc.)
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>>175186612
I’ll do what I can, not an expert. But when I create a thread with all this data, I’ll put up my work so others can check it
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>>175186643
Well, here's a minuteman 3

I don't think it matches though. The rocket in question has a distinct dark mark in the middle section of the rocket
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>>175185757
The falcon merlin motors use lox and standard rocket fuel. The launch in the pic is an atlas v, which uses the same fuel for its first stage.

fwiw, it's evident in the "helo" pic that it's still burning the 1st stage at that altitude
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>>175184338
this was what I was looking into earlier, google streetview gave little results, as is to be suspected, but this
>>175173043
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>>175186143
where's a chemfag when you need one?
or a fireworks fanatic?
every chemical cocktail that burns does so with a color flame that is unique
a decent chemfag should be able to narrow it down to a dozen or less possibilities
I took some chem in college, so I know a bit, but not enough to be useful here, sorry
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Hover ray is a cloud based weapon. It travels hidden in clouds. Not sure how powerful the ray is.
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>>175172108
We didn’t start by accusing the Jews.
We assumed it was our own military doing some sort of mundane test. But then glow in the dark nigger jews showed up and started glowing in the dark and jewing. Why would they glow in the dark and Jew if they weren’t involved? Odd. Very odd indeed.
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>>175185649
>>it wasn’t a test fire

if it was, it was against every procedure I'm informally familiar with. Even the super-spoopy shit they were launching here 2002-2007, they would give a 15 minute warning over the official/ATC/whatever channels and then launch (usually around 4am). Rockets have never, in my experience, just gone up without public info beforehand, regardless of the short amount of time given to the secret stuff.
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>>175187424
Thanks anon bro
Added
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>>175187424
The missile launch was detected at approximately 3:56 AM PDT which translates to 6:56 PM local time in Singapore.

DJT was in Air Force One en-route to Paya Lebar Air Base at the time of the missile launch.

DJT arrived at Paya Lebar Air Base at 8:35 PM local time.

Missile flight time would be approximately 10-30 minutes to target upon launch.

The missile was shot down by unknown forces before it could reach AF1.

This failed attempt was discretely confirmed by DJT's tweet.
Notice, both the words "missile" and "stopped" were deliberately misspelled.

The transition event remains on track despite the failed attempt to assassinate DJT.

Ghost Operators were given approval to deal with the source of the threat.
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>>175187205
>Hover ray
Confirmed lol
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>>175184049
no m8 I am talking about literally seconds after posting, someone made pic related as we thought threads got autobanned using trigger words
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>>175186433
No faget this is already been confirmed in previous threads upper right hand corner of the screen you clearly see the triangle formation of stars move
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>>175187720
they even pruned /ptg/ for mentioning the missile
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>>175170806

The Drive - a (((New York Times))) autoblog.




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