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Originally posted by mars1
reply to post by Invariance
I can imagine but with this one I don't seem to see or hear any kind of lightening storm all you can here is birds one would have thought birds would disperse at the sine of a storm.
Not saying it isn't transformers blowing just pointing out what I see and hear and with that many blowing look at all the lights still on.
Originally posted by edgecrusher2199
Hahahaha my god...NOT EVERYTHING IS A CONSPIRACY . Seriously? It's a chain reaction caused by a lightning, no other reason. My home has taken a direct hit from lightning before...it does some very weird and powerful things, like cause your garage door to open and close for 30 minutes and turn lights on and off...this is the same concept here.
Seriously though, believing in anything else besides the stated reason is completely unfounded and ridiculous.
FORT WORTH (CBSDFW.COM) – As storms rolled through the Metroplex Tuesday night amateur photographer Brian Luesner had his camera trained on the sky and captured some amazing photographs of lightning raining down on the city of Fort Worth.
If you really believe that once a transformer explodes that it can keep lighting up in a choreographed way, then naive is the only word that comes to mind. Watch the lights at the source closely and I think it’s easy to rule out transformers exploding.
Originally posted by havok
reply to post by mars1
What befuddles me is that there is no media attention to this video.
Well as of right now.
I have a hard time seeing exactly what this is.
Let's all face facts here...
If the local news team is anything like mine, they'd be on this like white on rice.
Swarming investigations just to get locals reactions.
But yet I see no news coverage of the sort.
And if these lights happened anywhere around me, there would be one.
Battle at Fort Worth: How a string of electrical explosions lit up night sky like a scene from Star Wars
At first it looks like Texas is being attacked from the sky.
Dozens of fluorescent explosions sweep through the night in bursts of bright blue, orange and green flashes.
But the mysterious scene was actually caused by large numbers of electrical transformers exploding during a recent lightning storm in Fort Worth.