posted on Aug, 20 2016 @ 09:55 PM
a reply to: Manula
Watched the video.
The first viewer seemed to be describing the collapse of a large building.
His description leans more to the effect of an earthquake than an explosion in that an explosion would, I think, leave more an impression of outward
movement, rather than shaking and collapse.
The second viewer left the impression of a meteor or bolide strike. The "sizzling" heat and smell of acrid, burning metal, as well as the piece that
appeared to break off perpendicularly to the main track, gives the strong impression of a bolide.
Although unable to give a location, his depiction of the "target area on the globe gave the impression of the eastern Mediterranean or northeastern
And when he visualized the entry track of the object in relation to the limb of the Earth, his drawing showed a high angle entry, almost polar
I doubt that detail caught his attention.
The third viewer did not provide much in the way of useful information. Her perceptions appear to have been centered more on the aftermath of the
The aggressive "military" response (shooting, attacking) would seem more expected in geographical area previously alluded to.
Just my two cents.