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Originally posted by Larry B.
reply to post by Sekhemet
Well.... It looks like you need to visit Meteor crater in Arizona. There are huge blobs all over the place that resemble cow patti's of melted rock 20 mile away from the impact area. So.. I suspect there was a lot of heat involved. Very tiny meteors may be cold but big ones most likely are very hot.
Originally posted by Kr0n0s
reply to post by Larry B.
Ive also seen meteors the size of basketballs produce a very small crater, well not me personally but images of them after the fact.
Seems like whenever we get a meteor hitting someones home or car, it makes a hole thats about the same size as the rock its self..
I recall one that hit someone trunk on there car and all it did was punch a hole through the lid of the trunk, push the ass end of the car down a little and stop inside the trunk..
I realize that a car is a lot harder than the muddy area that this one hit at but still if that one was the size of a basketball and it made a hole, 15 feet deep and 70 feet wide then you would think that the one that hit the car wouldve completely destroyed the car and quite a bit of area around it..
Whoever said that it looks like a missile impact and I agree, it looks JUST like an explosive crater but if thats the case then what kind of explosive? Maybe it was a MISSILE with some kind of bio or chemical warhead.. something made those people sick.
Im not saying that it is a missile, im just saying that it looked a lot like one..
I think that similar illnesses could have come from a meteorite.
For example, meteorites can contain heavy metal elements, such as nickel. These can cause illness (i think they can cause headaches and similar symptoms). The SMELL does not have to be directly related to the illness.
Russian Military Intelligence Analysts are reporting today that one of the United States most secretive spy satellites, the KH-13, targeting Iran was 'destroyed in its orbit' with its main power generator powered by the radioactive isotope Pu-238 surviving re-entry and crashing in a remote region of the South American Nation of Peru, and where hundreds are reported to be ill from radiation poisoning.
Originally posted by Holy Mouse
i read somewhere that it's rumored to be a scud missile.