posted on Nov, 25 2007 @ 05:50 PM
This, like many other reports of "green fireballs", remains just another meteor mystery. Why would so many be noticed over Texas, New Mexico, and
Arizona, and yet be relatively rare elsewhere?
One would think that these would have to have a high copper content, or some other property that set them apart. But the law of averages would make
one think that these types would be randomly dispersed among all the others seen. And yet, year after year during the '40s and '50s we see these
reports from one small area of green ones.
While I can see no reason to think that this case is anything but a meteor, I am stumped as to the nature of an event repeating itself so often in a