posted on Jun, 16 2003 @ 09:25 PM
Strange light-events have been reported over many remote parts of Australia in recent times.
With the meteor theory ruled out, could these energy bursts and beams be part of some classified Tesla-style weapons program?
Whilst researching the 1993 Banjawarn fireball-explosion-earthquake incident, I became aware of an entirely different spectrum of bizarre,
non-fireball-related light phenomena events reportedly being observed in our skies by very reliable Western Australian bush observers (such as those
who described the fireballs over the town of Tom Price). In common with the fireball events, these events were rarely, if ever, being reported in the
press and do not appear to have been commented upon by our scientific community.
These events vary in style, but nearly all involve essentially static atmospheric light- emission events that have apparently never been reported or
observed before the 1980s, have been reported rarely post-1985, but now have an increasing event periodicity in post-1993 years.
One such event type commonly reported consists of massive high-energy five-to-ten-second bursts of blue-white light seen in the night-time skies of
the upper atmosphere. Such events have been reported in WA by many observers including meteor experts and amateur astronomers who are categorically
certain that these are not transient light bursts due to single meteors or multiple meteor showers.
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