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Originally posted by CreeWolf
reply to post by Trexter Ziam
Is this your "missing link"?
Strange Metal Orb Found in Texas
As far as I know it could be tinfoil wrapped around a globe or one of those "craft" balls.
Originally posted by maria_stardust
There are hobbyists who get together to fire rockets in this particular area, so this may very well be a case a rogue model rocket. In fact, I wouldn't be surprised if this was a case of bored enthusiast pushing boundaries to see what can occur. Not far fetched at all.
Originally posted by muzzleflash
Originally posted by Vodo34861
A missile huh. I don't beleive this for a second.
The France Air flight there were rumors of a missile shooting it down.
Now this report.
I think perhaps they are shooting missiles at passenger airplanes.
I see NO REASON to NOT do it!
Its so easy, all you do is press a button. WHY NOT ???
There are a million things to gain from another plane coming down.
So i honestly believe they are doing it on purpose, and this may be a larger program that we realize as well.
They could have shot down half of the planes that wrecked in the last few years for all i know. It seems pretty reasonable to me.
I just cant see any reason why they would NOT shoot down airliners.
Nearly 500 planes have been damaged by collisions with birds since 2000, according to the Federal Aviation Administration. Some 166 of those planes had to make emergency landings.
Originally posted by lpowell0627
reply to post by Hazelnut
Birds don't swarm in clouds with huge bolts of lightening last I checked.
Originally posted by Diplomat
That's weird. If it was a missile then it was probably some sort of test fire. But I'm not too sure that it really was a missile... It might have been a... well... I think you guys can figure out the rest.
Birds don't fly into jet engines either but that theory has been used to pacify unexplained crashes before.