Blue Spheres Fall from the Sky in the UK

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posted on Jan, 27 2012 @ 09:25 PM
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I would have to agree. My niece is a florist and uses them all the time for decoration. they start out like little bee bee 's and swell up to the size of a large marble. some have dye in them for different colors. this ball in the image looks exactly like them.




posted on Jan, 27 2012 @ 09:36 PM
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Very Strange! I was thinking invasion too! Great Post, S & F!



posted on Jan, 27 2012 @ 10:01 PM
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Here's a pic of the beads used in planters for hydration.



As you can see, they come in just about every color. They're also prone to breaking and splitting like the one in the OP. The author of the OP could go to any walmart or garden shop and find these things to compare with the sample he found. They're usually sold in the section where vaces and fake flowers are sold. They'll look darker and smaller in their packs, but once you soak them in water they grow larger and fade. That's exactly what is in the picture in the op, and it's also what some airlines use for CO2 moisture absorption. Since they're so good at absorbing moisture, their applications are quite vast.

They're slippery, about 3/4 - 1in in diameter, though they will eventually start to shrink a bit if they begin to lose moisture. Again, my guess is these things have fallen out of an airplane or it's some sort of a hoax.



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posted on Jan, 27 2012 @ 10:11 PM
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These are ORBEEZ, the toy mentioned by Doom and Gloom on the first page. My daughter has them and they start out as tiny hard balls and grow to about 3cm in diameter after sitting in water. They look exactly like the pic and are jelly like. They are popular among kids and all of her friends apparently have them too, that's why she wanted them.


Unless they were found all over town, this is easily the most obvious answer.



posted on Jan, 27 2012 @ 10:30 PM
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I find this whole thread a bit creepy. I was drinking some ice with some water from the company ice machine and when I was almost finished with most of my cup, I saw a fragment of something blue that slid around in the bottom of my cup even though the regular ice stayed still. The fragment in my cup was elliptical and did not appear to have dissolved at all. I was hoping something came off the ice dispenser like a slippery piece of plastic. Then I see this thread and the blue item looks similar in color although much smaller.

Who knows, maybe I'm an alien sleeper agent and they're getting ready to activate me. If I suddenly see a gigantic spaceship hovering above my head, I'm going to hope I have my camera with me because I plan to post pics if something happens. Might have to wait until I get back from an alien planet. I must have had a dream like this recently. I should have saved whatever was in my water. I guess I'm ok. I didn't notice any difference. I didn't notice anything either when I got exposed to rainwater falling from a UFO cloud being escorted by helicopters just above the tree tops one sunny bright afternoon. Worst case, I might have a case in alien court for being exposed to alien toxic waste. That might be water though so no case. Seeing something blue in my water and then seeing this thread is creepy.

Thanks a lot for all the other possible explanations. About the only thing besides possible waste material left out would be alien eggs that could be growing inside me now. Just kidding. I don't know what it was. I do wonder about all these stories of strange things falling from the sky. It does make you wonder if there could be some kind of rip in time or space causing objects from lakes or ponds to fall from the sky.
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posted on Jan, 27 2012 @ 10:31 PM
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So they play paintball in heaven too uh...?

GAME ON!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



posted on Jan, 27 2012 @ 11:04 PM
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This has been an interesting read. However, I could not help but wonder.. . .. . Were there strange vibrating/humming sounds emanating from the sky when he found these eggs/paintballs ? In light of everything that is going on globally, .. .. . is this ALL the beginning of Dark Night ?
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posted on Jan, 27 2012 @ 11:15 PM
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Could be toiletries that fell from a commercial plane (unscented) or even waste treatment chemicals that are in a ball form so that they go down the toilet on a passenger plane easier, a plane dumps waste in the sky sometimes as it flies and maybe it just happened to be in the wrong place (accident)....although I am not sure where the right place to dump waste from a plane...maybe a strong wind carried it his way. I don't think the treatment, if is was treatment, would need to be scented in the waste compartment of a passenger plane, no one should be sniffing around down there anyway.
That's my guess. I find it odd that they put the story out without even running chemical tests on it. It just wreaks of another small town wanting 15 minutes of fame to put them on the map.



posted on Jan, 27 2012 @ 11:47 PM
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Oh mate sorry to hear you had that in your cup - yuk.

This man is an aircraft engineer, you would think he would know what silicone looks like?



posted on Jan, 27 2012 @ 11:51 PM
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Originally posted by paraphi

Originally posted by PhoenixOD
Im not to sure , but i know in the past the UK Gov have done cloud seeding experiments that have caused disasters that have resulted in sudden storms and floods that have killed people in the UK. Since then they have said they will never engage in that kind of research again. Maybe this is why we wont be able to find out any more info about these balls.


Do you care to provide some link to both the accusation and also the admission that the UK government has done such?

Regards


Sure thing, it was "Operation Cumulus"

Rain-making link to killer floods




Thirty-five deaths in the infamous Lynmouth flood disaster came only days after RAF rain-making experiments over southern England, it has emerged.

Ninety million tonnes of water swept down the narrow valley into Lynmouth on 15 August, 1952, destroying whole buildings.

Now, a BBC investigation has confirmed that secret experiments were causing heavy rainfall.

Classified documents on the trials have gone missing, but people involved have told their story for the BBC Radio Four's Document programme.





North Devon experienced 250 times the normal August rainfall in 1952.

Survivors tell how the air smelled of sulphur on the afternoon of the floods, and the rain fell so hard it hurt people's faces.

The East and West Lyn rivers, which drop rapidly down from Exmoor, were swollen even before the fatal storm.

Trees were uprooted and formed dams behind bridges, creating walls of water that carried huge boulders into the village, destroying shops, hotels and homes.

Bodies washed out to sea were never found. Dilys Singleton lost six members of her family, including her grandmother.


Source

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posted on Jan, 27 2012 @ 11:54 PM
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Funny how everyone says their just hydration balls but he clearly states they rained down during a hail storm. I guess everything is just so easily explained these days.



posted on Jan, 28 2012 @ 12:19 AM
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Try being celibate for 9 months.. They will quickly develop



posted on Jan, 28 2012 @ 12:19 AM
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When are you people going to wake up to the fact that your life is nothing but a life that will end. There is not an out of this world strange alien agenda that's going to save you from the current Nazi police state that's forming today. God isn't coming, aliens are not coming and no weird lights are coming to save you.
If your looking for some gleam of hope that life is more then what it really is then, time for you to wake up to reality.
We're nothing but a micro organism in a petri dish.



posted on Jan, 28 2012 @ 12:23 AM
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In 1994 there was a similar incident in Washington State. Infected dirty biological gelatinous rain fell on a small isolated town. People and animals which came in contact with the gelatinous substance became sick or even died. ATS member seattletruth has found some patents which indicate, that this could have been a bioweapons experiment. Sadly his information got only little attention when he posted it in 2010.



Right away, I thought this was most likely a military operation to test the effects of this technology on our own citizens. I came across some patents online which seemed to explain the technology that was used (video below): super-absorbent polymers that were mixed with an aqueous solution along with the bacterias and protein for food, before being sprayed into clouds. Once the super-absorbant polymers were sprayed into the atmosphere, they absorbed water molecules up thousands of times their own weight, effectively encapsulating the bacteria/protein, allowing them to cultivate and grow. Then they used standard technology to make the clouds dump rain over the targeted small town.

-seattletruth- Dirty bio-RAIN tested on US citizens in 1994: WITNESS UPDATE! + vids

www.abovetopsecret.com...


Here is a video from the television show Unsolved Mysteries about this incident




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posted on Jan, 28 2012 @ 12:29 AM
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We should hold Saddam Hussein accountable for this...



posted on Jan, 28 2012 @ 01:05 AM
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I think they are eggs from space jellyfish



posted on Jan, 28 2012 @ 02:27 AM
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Originally posted by chrismicha77
Funny how everyone says their just hydration balls but he clearly states they rained down during a hail storm. I guess everything is just so easily explained these days.


No he does not, he says that he noticed them on the ground after a short hailstone fall...



posted on Jan, 28 2012 @ 02:29 AM
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The report (and the witness) is very selective about what it says. Did no one else (his neighbours for instance) experience the hail? They aren't interviewed to corroborate the story. It could be that he's making it up and the local news station needed some filler.



posted on Jan, 28 2012 @ 02:29 AM
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I was in Tasmania around 1997/98 and there was a UFO sighting outside Hobart and a bunch of clear jelly type balls were seen spraying down from the craft,it was reported in a local newspaper as angel Dust, as i was involved with a information sharing group i was invited to a viewing of the objects which were carried in a tupperware dish, there were about 20 if these objects in the dish with water, i picked one up and it was cold to the touch, i asked how long they had been in the water and was informed about 12 hours, the interesting thing was the water was warm as in room temperature, and was not effected by the chilled objects.



posted on Jan, 28 2012 @ 02:38 AM
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Originally posted by dreamstalker
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I was in Tasmania around 1997/98 and there was a UFO sighting outside Hobart and a bunch of clear jelly type balls were seen spraying down from the craft,it was reported in a local newspaper as angel Dust, as i was involved with a information sharing group i was invited to a viewing of the objects which were carried in a tupperware dish, there were about 20 if these objects in the dish with water, i picked one up and it was cold to the touch, i asked how long they had been in the water and was informed about 12 hours, the interesting thing was the water was warm as in room temperature, and was not effected by the chilled objects.


Do you still have them? Did you have them analysed at all?





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