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Originally posted by randyvs
How does that video match up to the others.
They don't seem to be of the same thing. Isn't it friction from the atomosphere x speed that causes a meteorite to become a ball of fire?
What's this thing doin forty knots cruzin across the sky. At least that seems to be the case in this video. For it to be on fire via re=entry.
Space shuttle I've heard the shuttle comes in at 25,000 miles an hour.
If that's wrong will then correct the hell out of me. Damn thing wasn't even
close to 5000 either.
So why is this puppy on fire?
Originally posted by dashar
If natural disasters and meteors,fireballs are a regular occurrence,then all we need to do is go to youtube or google video and start say year 1998 and search for fireballs and disasters, then count how many videos they have and see if it the search results hits goes up the closer to 2011 ,then you will know if more are happening
Originally posted by CHA0S
I don't have time to read through this thread, but this seems really freakin interesting...that video linked on the first page is crazy, has anybody explained just what the hell is happening within the span of these 3 frames (they are in order):
Those 3 frames scream conspiracy to me...
Video from WISN showed a massive ball of light exploding across the sky. The Doppler Radar from the Quad Cities weather service appeared to capture a portion of the smoke trail from the fireball at just after 10 p.m., the NWS said. It appears as a thin line extending across portions of Grant and Iowa Counties in Wisconsin. There has been no official determination as to what caused the fireball, the NWS in Sullivan said.