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Originally posted by Pocket4ce
On a Brazilian website it is said that scientists came with radiation-measuring equipment (geiger) and found no traces of radiation. The radiation hypothesis is ruled out.
I say, due to the death of the bull and some people sick, all the others suffer from mass hysteria. Quite common.
People who ventured near the site of the Sep. 15 strike by the ``supposed'' meteorite were affected by dizziness, vomiting and skin lesions, the ministry said yesterday in a statement on its Web site. Among the people afflicted were eight police officers who went to the crater near the southeastern towns of Carancas and Desaguadero, the ministry said.
The object that crashed to Earth created a crater 15 meters (50 feet) wide and 5 meters deep, the ministry said. Locals said they became ill after handling a luminous substance at the site that they thought might be valuable, according to the statement.
``Blood tests are being carried out on most of the patients to determine what they're suffering from,'' the ministry said. ``Specialists in epidemiology and environmental health are already in the area to collect samples of the supposed meteorite for analysis.''
Originally posted by spitefulgod
This is obviously the fridge that was jettisoned from the ISS on the 23rd July (hence the gas), just looks like they couldn't be bothered tracking it like they said they would. here comes a cover up.
This here is a link to the story
[edit on 19-9-2007 by spitefulgod]
Originally posted by darksky
reply to post by Pocket4ce
You dont think theres a reason people are sick and a bull is dead?
What does a bull weight? 500kgs?
If the bull, and other animals (as stated in some article above) really are dead, thats some pretty serious info since no deaths has been reported until now.