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There seems to be a strong possibility that at least some of the events may be triggered by meteor re-entry, the meteors neither burning up completely, nor impacting as meteorites, but forming buoyant plasmas.
The conditions and method of formation of the electrically-charged plasmas and the scientific rationale for sustaining them for significant periods is incomplete or not fully understood.”
-Executive Summary Para. 11 and 12
originally posted by: game over man
I instantly thought CGI as the whole entire video looks doctored and through a filter. However the news story with the call ins and reports makes the claim seem real. Very suspect indeed to disable the comments and likes.
When putting the CBS LA link into Google and searching by date, the news story was uploaded 16 hours ago. So that would have been on the late night news?
Just came across this might be a real sighting!!
Redlands CA, is in San Bernardino County, which is in the direction this sighting was heading towards the IE.
I'll see what more I can find!
originally posted by: TopCat1
As a UFO believer I still try to debunk everything including my own sighting which I'm looking to share in great detail for all to help debunk soon. Love this stuff! * 4 U!
originally posted by: SkepticOverlord
Here's a zoomed-in and stabilized animated GIF of the "orb" object.
It appears to be spinning -- supporting the notion that it might be a chunk of the original object (being a mundane meteor) that exploded in the heat of entry.
Also Mister Enigma has been given exclusive rights to use the video.