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My understanding of it was they heard nothing PRIOR to the explosion. I've been wrong before, though.
Originally posted by LastOutfiniteVoiceEternal
At one point in the article it is stated that the residents heard a large thunderous bang. Then later it is said that there was no noise at all.
"It was a huge explosion, and we thought at first that it was thunder," Truyen said. "But then we saw a 100-metre-long smoke trail in the sky and knew that it was the explosion of a flying object."
Originally posted by Blaine91555
reply to post by garyo1954
Believing anything connected with Sorcha Faal is the equivalent of believing in the Easter Bunny I'm afraid. It is a good way to eliminate a possibility though.
Stuff from that site comes up often. I wish they would do something about that horrible graphic on that site.
The paint would indicate to me this is a very Earthly Object. No joy here I'm afraid.
Originally posted by GhostR1der
If it was aurora they'll obviously paint it as a ufo to hide that....
Originally posted by CosmicVegeta100
five words = laugh my fat a off
Originally posted by Tuebor
photo of debris via reuters
Originally posted by Tulkos
Could this perhaps be related to China's Fengyun-3 satellite launch ?
It was launched at 3:02 GMT on Tuesday 27th.
What im getting at is that could it be possible that these metal pieces are parts of the rocket that put the satellite into orbit, falling back down and re-entering the earths atmosphere ?