posted on Aug, 27 2008 @ 11:14 AM
reply to post by ArMaP
I've seen a lot of your other posts, mostly calculating distances for unknown objects on the moon / mars, and I must say your posts are always
excellent. I am sure you know a lot more than I do about this, but I have to say.
I don't see why the rock would have had to have evaporated the pond water - rather than have blasted it out. He says the rock weighs about 7lbs. Half
a stone is a lot of weight for that small rock. I have no idea how fast the average meteorite travelling through space is moving at, perhaps you do,
but I would imagine thousands of mph.
Should I through a half stone weight into a pond, probably going at about 20 mph I'm sure I could splash a fair amount of water out of the pond. If I
threw it at let's say ten thousand miles an hour, then I would imagine splashing nearly all of the water out of the pond could be possible.
I'd like to call on more ATS members doing some research and finding out if anything like this has happened before, the phenomenons I mean. Are there
more documented cases around of people having rocks that turn electrical equipment on and off, ect?
It does sound a little far fetched, but I'm not ready to write it off at the moment.
Good thread, please PLEASE get that video done, uploaded, and posted. Without it, this thread is as good as the lost water from your pond.
Any other emails you may want to send to meteor specialists, geologists ect. If you could do that and paste it in here, it would make your case a lot
stronger and give us all a good read.