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posted on Jan, 19 2009 @ 01:00 PM
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Is it just my imagination or have there been more than the usual sightings/hearings of loud booms and different colored lights and flashes and such -
in the skies all over the world of late.
Perhaps I'm just noticing these stories more?




posted on Jan, 19 2009 @ 01:18 PM
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Originally posted by spinkyboo
Is it just my imagination or have there been more than the usual sightings/hearings of loud booms and different colored lights and flashes and such -
in the skies all over the world of late.
Perhaps I'm just noticing these stories more?



It indeed have. Only in Philadeplhia, for example, the UFO-observations during 2008 had risen to 700 %, and in the UK, the numbers of observations have been described by "The Telegraph" as reaching "Bizarre levels".



posted on Jan, 19 2009 @ 03:05 PM
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Originally posted by spinkyboo
Is it just my imagination or have there been more than the usual sightings/hearings of loud booms and different colored lights and flashes and such -
in the skies all over the world of late.
Perhaps I'm just noticing these stories more?


No, it's not just you, everyone agrees more sightings are appearing in the media of late.

There has not been any increase in the events themselves, but what has happened is that more of these events are being captured on CCTV cameras etc, and this would not have been the case a few years ago, since there were few compared to the present where cameras are everywhere.

Now that we have footage, the event becomes newsworthy, so people are now hearing about events that would otherwise have gone mostly unnoticed before. Also, if you come to a site like this, where all the stories are gathered in one place, you'll get to hear of things you might otherwise have missed. So the internet and better communication in general has also played its part I think.

The scientific community is certainly in agreement that there is no worrisome increase in activity of late, and in my limited experience, I would have to concur.



posted on Jan, 19 2009 @ 06:44 PM
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I do appreciate you civility in our conversations.

I did make a mistake in saying it was a comet, you are correct that most are calling it a meteor!



posted on Jan, 20 2009 @ 12:02 AM
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posted on Jan, 20 2009 @ 01:04 AM
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Those were some awesome videos of meteors. Thanks to all who linked to them.

This thread kinda makes me wonder, however, why all the people with good cameras and photography skills witness meteors, and why all the people with crappy cameras who cant hold the camera still to save their souls witness all the UFOs.

Odd that.



posted on Jan, 20 2009 @ 04:42 AM
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Its ACTUALY a Bolide. But never mind.
Regarding the increased frequency of UFO sightings these days, I must also point out that there has been a marked increase in comet, meteor, and debris from space. Chinas exploded satalite from a while back , has also been causing havoc up there in orbit. Supersonic shrapnel from that detonation is STILL up there rotating round the earth at whoknowsKPH, and if there have not been some "sightings" that could be attributed to this debris slowly but surely being burned in the atmosphere of our mother earth, then I would be suprised. I think that its becoming increasingly difficult to identify a really interesting event these days.
The increase in chinese lantern releases, extra atmospheric debris in the gravity well of our planet, and the increase in celestial matter impacting our atmosphere, has given us a fog of incidents to wade through in order to see the truely unexplained stuff. Unfortunate, but dogged determination is the name of the game people.



posted on Jan, 24 2009 @ 09:53 PM
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Originally posted by merka

Originally posted by Revolution-2012
They're beautiful they can turn green red blue, truely a once in a life time event.

Actually according to the article, its a 10 times a year event


The astronomer they asked says it was probably a meteor/meteorite.


10 times a year for the planet, not for a given person's field of view.

do I really need a second line?

-rrr



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