Thursday, November 11, 2010

Launched From Hawaii?

We may be able to relax a little about that Chinese Submarine Launched Intercontinental Missile seen off of the coast of California on Monday.

See: Blogger Believes Webcam Image Solves 'Missile' Mystery

Its a weird looking contrail all the same.

I find it easy to believe that the Chinese would have both the know-how and the balls to fire a submarine launched missile close off of the California coast.

I also find the Flight 808 illusion hypothesis to be believable as well.

Additionally, there is the significant problem of the dog that did not bark.

An ICBM is noisy contraption. At 35 miles from the coast, it would have been heard by somebody or at least by something. The waters there are full of boats. There are no silent ICBMs. At least, not yet.

I now think it was just an airliner contrail.

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