posted on Aug, 26 2008 @ 01:59 AM
I have witnessed many a fireball in the sky [I go to the desert quite alot, and it is very remote, 6.5+ mag skies on a bad day]. I believe them all
to be meteors of course. If you have witnessed the fireballs, and they travel just right, they make a sound. The sound is difficult to describe (i
am no poet), but the sound is unmistakable, almost like an ocean tide rolling in with massive white water force. For more elaboration it sounds like
walking into a casino [minus slots and cheering] or into a 7-11 market where as soon as the sliding door is opened a massive wind above head takes
course and blows. I have no idea why the door does this, maybe air conditioning to keep it in or bugs? Whatever,
Anyway, I am babbling here. Point is, if a meteor fireball can make this noise [not too mention the beautuful sight], why don't the UFO's make this
sound? OK, satellites don't do this, they are out of the atmosphere. Fireballs, the are hitting and breaking up.
I don't believe any UFO that has been seen or witnessed or talked about make this type of sound. Why is that and what are your thoughts?
Thanks and have a great night,