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Aurora over the U.K.?

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  • Geoff Richardson
    Take a look at the photos below, the strange contrail left in the skies over California has do-nut-type configuration. This configuration signifies that the
    Message 1 of 2 , Nov 6, 2005
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      "Take a look at the photos below, the strange contrail left in the
      skies over California has "do-nut-type" configuration. This
      configuration signifies that the aircraft concerned had a "Pulse
      Definition Wave Engine" – involving highly advanced technology and
      capable of speeds of 7,000 m.p.h. (Nick Cook, Jane's Defence Weekly).
      Does the still photo taken from the video on this page bare a
      resemblance to the Californian contrail?
      Military experts are of the opinion that the cause of the sonic booms
      and the strange contrail was Aurora, a suspected top-secret aircraft
      being developed by the U.S. Military.
      Could this video be the evidence that Aurora has crossed the skies of
      the North Eastern U.K.?"

      See: http://www.thewhyfiles.net/chemtrail.htm

      Peace,

      Geoff Richardson
    • Geoff Richardson
      A recent weather satellite photograph shows the contrail of an aircraft leaving Area 51 in Nevada and progressing eastwards across the U.S., over the Atlantic
      Message 2 of 2 , Nov 11, 2005
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        A recent weather satellite photograph shows the contrail of an
        aircraft leaving Area 51 in Nevada and progressing eastwards across
        the U.S., over the Atlantic and onward over Europe to Russia and
        China. Whatever the aircraft is, it is certainly capable of speeds of
        8,000 m.p.h. plus – calculations based on the distance and times of
        the satellite photographs show this.

        See: http://www.thewhyfiles.net/aurora.htm


        Geoff Richardson
        www.thewhyfile.net
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