That simulation actually damns your perspective.
Notice at the start how the 'blue line' and spiral are at the same trajectory?
Yes their origin is on the same trajectory, but the two jets are shot out at different angles.
Notice how, in the time lapsed photo they are not.
Now if the rocket was launched upwards from there to space, sure. That would create the proper conditions to make the simulation accurate.
But there is no way a rocket will streak across the sky making a line, stop, and then suddenly create a perfect tight spiral.
That's not what happened, or how the effect was created. It's simply a matter of perspective. The simulation was created in a 3d physics engine, if it perfectly renders what happened, then how can you dispute it?
It has everything to do with it. If an obvious disorder is apparent, you can then see the order of the photos. I can't remember what site, I think they were from a few.
Oh... its in order because you say they are... ok.
No, not because I say they are, but the physical evidence speaks for itself. Did it happen in this order....
No biggie, the order is moot; that line proves the rocket came from the horizon and proves that the angle presented in the simulation is impossible. And that is what is important at this point.
The order does have importance, because it shows it was created by gases that slowly dispersed. If it wasn't a rocket, then what was it? The video of the event shows the spiral coming from the centre, then stopping and them spreads outward into a white mist, so you can't then say that the misty white cloud suddenly turned into the spiraling white dot, it defies the video evidence, so by this also we know the order.
Anyway, I'm not trying to get into a debate or dispute with you, simply trying to help answer what I believe are legitimate questions from you.