torsdag 5. april 2012

Hessdalen/Drivdalen UFO-video; proof of solid object?

Forty minutes long recording of UFOs taken in Drivdalen, Norway, a few miles south-west of Hessdalen.

The recording was made 18 January 2001.

To begin with, it is one light. Eventually, two lights - and at the end, we see three lights in a triangle formation.

The most remarkable aspect of the recording, however, is when the light dims, and we apparently can see what is under the luminous surface.

In the beginning we see a bright, color-changing ball:

Later, the "ball" seems to "open" up.

Eventually, the light turnes off, and we are able to see that it is a solid object behind the luminous surface.

Let's recap what PhD. astrophysicist MassimoTeodorani have said in this connection:
The Hessdalen Phenomenology is characterized by two well-distinguished aspects:

1: The very most luminous part of apparently intellectual orbs for which an external plasma appearance has been ascertained, but with highly anomalous characteristics bothering thermodynamically and morphologically,

2: a slender but significant minority of objects possess sharp characteristics of solidity. This double way in which the learnt phenomenology can be interpreted appears only in two alternative ways: or as an overlap of two phenomena with sharply different characteristics, or as two sharply different behaviors of the same phenomenon. Anyway it must be reminded that, by assuming that the second option is taken into account, well-known laws of radiation physics say very clearly That the instrumental verification of the plasma nature of a given phenomenon, is not sufficient two demonstrate that the phenomenon is entirely a plasma, but only that historical external surface (or: photosphere) behave like a plasma which, by its nature, is comfortable to hide all what exists inside it.

Does this footage represent what's inside a Hessdalen "plasma" ball?

It goes with the story that Project Hessdalen has an edited version of the recording available on its website. In the edited version, all of the most interesting parts are edited out (the parts where you can clearly see that it is a solid object, - not gas/plasma).

I have been in contact with the head of Project Hessdalen, Erling Strand, at the Østfold college regarding the recording, and asked for his opinion. He pointed out that we do not know in which height in the sky this was filmed, and that we therefore can not exclude the possibility that the luminous object at times may have been behind trees or the like. Strand does not exclude, in other words, that the portions of the recording where the light looks like an object, are due to that the light is partially hidden behind a tree.

For this reason, the footage can't prove anything, but in my opinion - and probably anyone who studies it, - it is reasonably unlikely that we are looking at a light (planet?) that periodically moves behind trees here.

Strand emphasizes that the recording is extremely interesting.

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