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The 'Sky Fire' UFO



Jim Harold and Clayton Morris discuss UFO footage on the Paranormal Report show.

   

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Comment icon #1 Posted by atomk12 on 17 March, 2012, 18:32
This is great footage. What the hell is it?
Comment icon #2 Posted by prestatyn on 18 March, 2012, 12:53
could be an aircraft dumpin fuel?
Comment icon #3 Posted by Teslasparkgap on 22 March, 2012, 1:59
Nitrogen flames from a Teslaship 100%
Comment icon #4 Posted by Englishgent on 22 March, 2012, 2:19
Now that would be really clever. Nitrogen is [u]not[/u] inflammable! edit.........100%
Comment icon #5 Posted by Englishgent on 22 March, 2012, 2:27
If it was an aircraft dumping fuel I would be very worried if I was the pilot. Flames and aircraft dont mix too well
Comment icon #6 Posted by Teslasparkgap on 22 March, 2012, 18:55
Nitrogen flames are different than regular flame but are an intense activity of movement and illumination at 12Mev as stated by Tesla who said that under his electrostatic pressures Nitrogen burns like Carbon. Thus any ship in the air using electrostatic pressures will naturally cause Nitrogen to flame even at low intensity at times. So thus the Teslaship has been called a star or star ship and foo by the French.
Comment icon #7 Posted by Englishgent on 23 March, 2012, 1:44
Well I have not looked into Tesla's experiments, but will do if you can supply a link which gives the above info. As far as I am aware Nitrogen is a non flammable gas. The only time it could be called flammable is when combined with other elements in a compound such as exposives, the nitrogen reverting back to it's normal state after burning or explosion of the said compound. It is used as a flame retardent to reduce fire hazards in military aircraft and is also used on top of liquid explosives as a safety measure.
Comment icon #8 Posted by prestatyn on 24 March, 2012, 12:52
aircraft dump fuel all the times in emergencys,,,its a well practiced procedure
Comment icon #9 Posted by Englishgent on 25 March, 2012, 1:47
Yes, they do, but have you ever seen the dumped fuel ignite? That would only increase the emergency


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