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2.......Beta/gamma readings of 0.1 milliroentgens were recorded with peak readings in the three depressions and near the center of the triangle formed by the three depressions. A nearby tree had moderate (.05-.07) readings on the side of the tree toward the depressions.
Originally posted by IgnoreTheFacts
I am sure the truth is somewhere in the middle, but I HIGHLY doubt that there is anything alien really involved. Just some kids in the woods......
Originally posted by fls13
I never looked at Hastings writing all that close until today. That 36,000 MPH radar target got my attention.
Originally posted by Arbitrageur
If the radar target was at a high enough altitude, then the fast radar target could be consistent with Dunning's account of meteor showers. But once an object enters the atmosphere, atmospheric friction would try to slow it down so even a meteor entering the Earth's atmosphere at 25,000 mpg would slow down dramatically below that speed in the atmosphere, unless it's HUGE.
Both reports ignore facts stated in the other account. The Hastings report says Halt knew it wasn't the lighthouse because Halt said he had the lighthouse in sight when he saw the other object, but ask Dunning points out, apparently Halt was unaware of the 2nd lighthouse, and Hastings doesn't even mention that.
Originally posted by sashwah
reply to post by Arbitrageur
What radar reports? Do tell...
Originally posted by MRuss
Pick your side.
But please: It isn't neccessary to come here and debate this with yourself, is it?