Wednesday, October 14, 2015

On July 17, 2014, the weather played into the hands of the false flag operators, except they forgot to tell Eliot Higgins about the weather, thus they had to then take down weather info for that day

One of the things which the Dutch MH17 team did correctly is, for example, the realistic animation of the environment in which MH17 was brought down. In the full report, it says: "The cloud base was between 3,000 and 5,000 feet with peaks, generally, at around FL350.
Weather satellite images of Europe showed large cloud formations west and north of the Black Sea; an area largely matching with the Dnipropetrovsk Flight Information Region. The area to the south of flight MH17’s last known position contained mostly cumulonimbus
clouds and possibly thunderstorms. The sky above areas associated with the cumulonimbus clouds was obscured with a cloud base of between 1,000 and 5,000 ft."

This means that, from the ground, the plane was above the heavy clouds the base of which was rather low--starting at 1km  above the ground, while, for example, the original Bellingcat Torez photo, was showing an almost clear, blue, sunny sky.

This also means that if MH17 was to be also attacked by a Ukrainian jet, the attack too would have been obscured from the ground.

In addition, most of the flight path of a ground-to-air missile would have been lost to a viewer on the ground once the missile pierced the cloud base around 1-2 km above the ground.

The video animation produced by the Dutch is thus with respect to whether quite realistic and truthful.

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