Norway Lights: Just a Russian Nuke Nothing Big...

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Published on December 10th, 2009, 10:15 am
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It consisted initially of a green beam of light similar in color to the aurora with a mysterious rotating spiral at one end. This spiral then got bigger and bigger until it turned into a huge halo in the sky with the green beam extending down to Earth. cite

Seems like some weird supernatural phenomenon, but then they suggest the real reason is a failed ICBM launch:

Evidence is mounting that the phenomenon was caused by a malfunctioning suborbital rocket, possibly a Bulava ICBM launched from a Russian submarine in the White Sea.

What? Like that's better? A Inter-continental ballistic missile failure is a better option than aliens and their moon stun gun rays being shot at Norway?

It is designed to have a range of 10,000km (6,200 miles), but its repeated failures have caused embarrassment for Russia which hoped it would support its nuclear deterrent. cite

Nuclear ICBM vs Alien Stun Gun... I'll take my chances with the Aliens.
William Killick: You have a raindrop running down your cheek, just like a tear.
December 10th, 2009, 10:15 am

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