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Re: Manhattan UFOs

From: William Treurniet <wtreurniet.nul>
Date: Mon, 18 Oct 2010 10:28:07 -0400
Archived: Mon, 18 Oct 2010 10:39:15 -0400
Subject: Re: Manhattan UFOs

>From: Jeff Ritzmann<jeff.ritzmann.nul>
>To: post.nul
>Date: Mon, 18 Oct 2010 02:57:31 -0400
>Subject: Re: Manhattan UFOs

>>If indeed it is the anomaly, then it shouldn't be a big
>>surprise: New York has recently had a very anti-structural and
>>non-typical event - a tornado that devastated the lives of many
>>and laid waste to cars and homes. Routine for many has been
>>completely interrupted and continues to be so.

>>Notice the "if it's the anomaly", and that's a big "if".


>Now of course we have the more recent Texas sighting also
>compared to this NYC thing - doesn't do anyone much good when
>the two are compared - even if both were explained. The TV
>footage I watched compared two frames of each video that showed
>a similar pattern...I mean so what? Given enough time any 3 dots
>could correlate in the same fashion.

And then there was the show said to be over Moscow which
consisted of a similar display of multiple dots in the sky:


These displays are nothing new since they have appeared a number
of times over Mexico and South American countries. There, they
were often made up of hundreds of dots.

In the cases where there are a large number of dots, my
impression is that the dots tend not to vary in brightness. This
contrasts with cases where there are only a few dots which
appear more likely to flicker or flash. Could this distinction
be the beginning of a classification system?

My feeling at this point is that the relatively constant
displays might be made up of plasma balls created by a novel
technology. One candidate might some kind of EM interferometry.
I can imagine a ball of plasma forming at each point of
constructive interference where there was sufficient energy.
This would mean that there should be an organizing principle
underlying the distribution of the dots. This principle would
not be obvious given that the objects exist in three dimensions,
and the orientation to the observer in the videos is

I wrote earlier about a spiral display of dots photographed over
Long Island, NY, and I compared it to a similar spiral array of
dots created by the EISCAT antenna in Norway, which is like the
HAARP antenna in Alaska:


I suggested there that the luminous orbs making up the spirals
may also be appearing elsewhere either alone or in formation.
The recent displays may be examples of human-made balls of plasm
a created by particular configurations of such antennae.


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