Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Mystery Missile/Object in California?

CBS affiliate KCBS capture a mysterious object launching into the sky off the coast of California. Most people assumed that it was a missile or a rocket. But it's slow speed made some people doubt that it was a missile. At first, the military claimed that they didn't know if it was a friendly or enemy missile, then after 12 hours of speculation by bloggers across the world, the military is claiming that it isn't a missile. The military had no clue. And now, LiveScience is claiming that it was likely a jet contrail. Well, why didn't our missile figure that out.

As of 12:00am ET November 10th, this is what we know.

Ian Gregor, a spokesman for the Federal Aviation Administration said, "We did not approve any commercial space launches in that area for Monday, and any additional information should come from NORAD. That's pretty much all I can say right now." U.S. Missile Defense Agency has gone on record to say that it is "not an MDA test or launch." NORAD is also clueless. No agency within the U.S. government seems to be able to explain what's going on. So I'm asking you.

What do you this this is in the video?

Is this a UFO, chemtrail, missile, rocket, military experiment, commercial aircraft?

Notice the flash in the original video. Check it out yourself.

And watch my video commentary on the whole situation.

Read more at Space.com

1 comment:

  1. I don't see how it could be anything other than a chemtrail by an airplane. Obviously china or some other country is not going to launch a missle into the ocean thats a declaration of war. The military has no reason to shoot a missle 30 miles off a major metro area without any warning and not admitting to anything. If they had something to hide they would do it farther out and probably give a warning ahead of time. Last time we had a major missile tests it was known publicly.