woensdag 7 augustus 2013

Alien Base In Norway? Mysterious Glowing UFOs Over Hessdalen, Norway Still Amaze People Every Month, Seen For More Than 60 Years

Strange glowing UFOs are seen regularly over Hessdalen Norway indicating a hidden alien base says a UFO researcher. The Hessdalen light most often is a bright, white or yellow light of unknown origin standing or floating above the ground level. Sometimes the light can be seen for more than one hour. There are several other types of unexplained lights observed in the Hessdalen valley. The lights were even investigated by astronomer and UFO investigator J. Allen Hynek in 1985. One man believes he observed an alien creature in the vicinity and caught him on video tape.

Veteran Ufologist and author of UFO Sightings Daily Scott C. Waring says, “Now it’s my personal belief that aliens have an underground base in this area and not just a small one either. For sightings to go this much, there has to be a large alien population underground. Dig straight down about 2-4 miles where the grass was relocated and I promise you will find the base. Now if you want to look out for UFO in Hessdalen, you can watch any of the three live cams in the link above. I myself have recorded two UFOs on these cams so yes, it works, but they are easier to see at night. “
There are 4 purported alien bases in Norway: Finmark area Rastegai’sa, Troms north of Ovre Dividal Nasjonal Park between the rivers Lainbalven and Korkamaalven, Nordland area Ballangen & Storsteinsfjellet.
Three live cams here: http://www.hessdalen.org/station/stream3.shtml
Location of sighting: Hessdalen, Norway

Unusual lights have been reported around Hessdalen since 1940s or earlier. Especially high activity of Hessdalen lights took place from December 1981 until the summer of 1984 when lights were observed 15 to 20 times per week. The frequency of the lights caused a gathering of numerous tourists staying there overnight to see the phenomenon. Since then, the activity has decreased and now the lights are observed some 10 – 20 times per year.
The Hessdalen light most often is a bright, white or yellow light of unknown origin standing or floating above the ground level. Sometimes the light can be seen for more than one hour. There are several other types of unexplained lights observed in the Hessdalen valley.
One recent hypothesis suggests that the lights are formed by a cluster of macroscopic Coulomb crystals in a plasma produced by the ionization of air and dust by Alpha particles during radon decay in the dusty atmosphere. Several physical properties (oscillation, geometric structure, and light spectrum) observed in Hessdalen lights phenomenon can be explained through the dust plasma model. Radon decay produces alpha particles (responsible by helium emissions in HL spectrum) and radioactive elements such as polonium.

In 2004, Teodorani showed an occurrence where a higher level of radioactivity on rocks was detected near the area where a large light ball was reported. In fact, when radon is released into air, its solid decay products readily attach to airborne dust. A new computer simulation shows that dust immersed in ionized gas (i.e., dusty plasmas) can organize itself into double helixes. The simulations suggested that under conditions commonly found in space, the dust particles first form a cylindrical structure that sometimes evolved into helical structures. Along some spirals, the radius of the helix was seen to change abruptly from one value to another and then back again, providing a mechanism for storing information in terms of the length and radius of a section of a spiral. Hessdalen Lights may take the helical structure. Surprisingly, dusty plasmas may also assume this structure.


The alien entity. See other photos here: http://tinypic.com/3ia31guq

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