posted on Feb, 24 2012 @ 11:27 AM
The metal drill looking thing on the top is interesting...
I do believe the guy who said its a bladder tank filled with Nitrogen is right. If that metal ball was filled with nitrogen and fell at terminal
velocity and made that crater of color, perhaps the nitrogen stained the ground with blue, purple, and violet. If it can change the color of light,
which is a wave and a PARTICLE, and the earth is made up of PARTICLES, it should have the same general concept, right? When its connected with light,
it still a wave, so its free-form. but the earth is solid, so if those particles got excited when it hit the ground at terminal velocity, mixed with
the gas that was more than likely emitted after impact, by theory, perhaps the stains around the impact crater were cause by Nitrogen?
Nitrogen glow. Electrical discharge in air. Particle beam from a cyclotron. The ionized-air glow is the emission of characteristic
blue–purple–violet light, of color ...
edit on 24-2-2012 by
Mythfury because: (no reason given)
As for the part as to why its in tact; The inside is rubber with pressurized gas, think of a pressurized raquetball coated in metal hitting the
ground. If the metal is in fact titanium(which more than likely it is), it would make sure the pressurized raquetball survived re-entry.
on 24-2-2012 by Mythfury because: (no reason given)