posted on Jun, 3 2012 @ 04:40 AM
It's been some time since I've seen trees scarred by lightning, but doesn't it usually split and splinter the tree as it goes to ground, as
electricity is wont to do? I've really never heard of a tree being severed at the middle by lightning, let alone two side-by-side, but maybe I'm
just ignorant on the matter. I always thought that if the strike was powerful enough, and the tree was split enough, it would "fall". But that's
Clearly this is something else, and it's obviously not fireworks or any other kind of "messy" incendiary device like that. If an incendiary device
took out the trees in that manner, there would be far more area damage and debris. Fireworks or "cheap explosives" are not known for their
"efficiency". They make a mess, and if it was that strong... it would literally be a mess. No fragmentation marks, no smaller branches/trees
damaged. This was a localized "force".
Could be anything.