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Giant sonic boom felt and heard in Indianapolis Indiana(meteor? mass devastation Info blocade

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posted on Nov, 12 2012 @ 09:51 AM
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Remember, some media source reported 2 cars melted together. I don't think a gas explosion or a meth explosion would be hot enough to do that. You are talking about something around 3,000 degrees F.

Now look at this:

howstuffworks


This causes the meteor to heat up so much that it glows. The air burns the meteor until there is nothing left. Re-entry temperatures can reach as high as 3,000 degrees F (1,650 degrees C)!


It really does seem to fit...

Pax




posted on Nov, 12 2012 @ 09:52 AM
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Looking at the Yahoo news of it, the ground is charred, the direction is defined but no meteor. No crater, no meteor.

So my guess is that it's a simple mishap with some explosives.



posted on Nov, 12 2012 @ 09:53 AM
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Depends exactly what they meant by two cars melted together I suppose. They could have just mean the bodies, which is mostly fiberglass these days. If they mean the frames and or engines as well, that would have had to have been way hotter.



posted on Nov, 12 2012 @ 09:57 AM
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Perhaps the meteor was small enough and the crater was confined to one of the homes.

Who knows? Why are they being so secretive?

Pax



posted on Nov, 12 2012 @ 09:57 AM
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so for a meteor to do this damage we would expect some mass.were is it?and small meteors can make holes on roofs and so on,one to cause this damage would of made a crater.were is it?but still would not explain the second house demolished,it wasnt the fire.both houses look like twin events of blast.observe the neighboring houses to them.



posted on Nov, 12 2012 @ 09:59 AM
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Im sure the indianapolis airport would of noticed a meteor, I was even outside at the time but didn't see a meteor. I could have missed it but I highly doubt one would go unnoticed.

The news stations would have also cought this on camera


 
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posted on Nov, 12 2012 @ 10:00 AM
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That is unless it was an airburst, but I'm thinking if a meteor did break up over this neighborhood the entire place would have been flattened not just the two houses.

Also another poster posted a vid where the explosion seemed to occur exactly at 11:10pm. That just seems too coincidental to me and not like a random occurrence if the video is legit.
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posted on Nov, 12 2012 @ 10:02 AM
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What if the crater is burried in one of the basements? One hell of a shot if that was the case though.



posted on Nov, 12 2012 @ 10:05 AM
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I think it would be more likely that a military pilot shooting a missle at the house rather than a meteor, hell they've been flying around my area non-stop(which is less than 30 miles away)

Can of worms anyone? Lol


 
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posted on Nov, 12 2012 @ 10:05 AM
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I was about to post the same youtube video. Beat me to it


If this video is accurate, this was timed perfectly. As soon as the time (upper left corner) rolls over to 11:10, you can hear the rumble & its build-up. . .

As stated earlier, if this video is accurate about the time and the rumble is in fact the explosion then this presents more questions as whether this was an intentional act. . .

So far NO: meth lab explosion, bomb explosion or gas leak (as of now) are being causes for "freak" explosion.

Potentials: Meteorite, drone strike or gas leak (tests are ongoing).

My issues are:
-- How DHS was "johnny-on-the-spot" when it occurred (over a potential gas leak?)
-- similarities to Camp Minden explosion
-- individuals who were unfortunately killed (what were their professions?)
-- And the spot on timing of event. . .
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posted on Nov, 12 2012 @ 10:07 AM
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ok,but we still have to explain the second house.it wasnt burned down,it was demilished. on another obervasion,if it was in a crater the crater it self would contain some of the explosion creating a noticable crater.i still have problems acepting that posibility.



posted on Nov, 12 2012 @ 10:11 AM
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What's crazy is that all signs pointed to this being something of a gas or "natural" type disaster but it was completely pushed as a "meteor, ufo, satellite, etc."

Come on guys we are trying a little to hard for some sort of conspiracy? Is it because the election is over now?



posted on Nov, 12 2012 @ 10:12 AM
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Thinking about the video and timing, it might not be correct.

I'm not the brightest bulb on ATS, so maybe one of them could help us out here. My question is, if that video is from 15 miles way how long would it have taken the sound to travel there? Or would that even matter?

Just thinking about it in relation to timing. I don't want to lead people in the wrong direction.

I'm reminded of the Camp Minden explosion too.

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posted on Nov, 12 2012 @ 10:20 AM
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Originally posted by Neopan100
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I don't know we've had a 600$ bill a fews years back...that's for ONE month...and I thought about blowing something up
. Joking...how do you get gas in a home without pipes?..we don't do gas so I have no clue...we're suckers and have central



I have been use to extremely expensive electric bills, no gas lines in the woods, small propane tank for grilling,
no way would i ever live on top of a bomb knowingly...



posted on Nov, 12 2012 @ 10:21 AM
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Originally posted by OneisOne
reply to post by JWash
 

Thinking about the video and timing, it might not be correct.

I'm not the brightest bulb on ATS, so maybe one of them could help us out here. My question is, if that video is from 15 miles way how long would it have taken the sound to travel there? Or would that even matter?

Just thinking about it in relation to timing. I don't want to lead people in the wrong direction.

I'm reminded of the Camp Minden explosion too.

edit on 12-11-2012 by OneisOne because: derr


I'm guessing about 40 seconds, based on sound traveling about 600 mph at sea level.



posted on Nov, 12 2012 @ 10:23 AM
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Originally posted by TKDRL
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Depends exactly what they meant by two cars melted together I suppose. They could have just mean the bodies, which is mostly fiberglass these days. If they mean the frames and or engines as well, that would have had to have been way hotter.



But, we don't know what year or what kind of cars they were, could of been a 65 mustang..



posted on Nov, 12 2012 @ 10:28 AM
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Originally posted by bumpufirst
gas leak seems out do to the fact both houses were demolished,the more i look at the site the more i lean toward the double impact from external source or bomb inside both houses.and the meteor idea doesnt fit,no evidence of such.and on the gas leak idea,if one house had a leak,at the explosion time most of the blast would of been contained in the house meaning not enough power to demolish the other completely.looking at it from the street it looks like two identical explosions.perhaps they were not sure about the adress?i am leaning towards criminal act do to the twin sincronized imapcts.


Someone going to set up a bomb like that is going to make damn sure they have the right house.



posted on Nov, 12 2012 @ 10:29 AM
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Kink to Local News...
www.indystar.com...


Saturday
>> 11:10 p.m.: Indianapolis Fire Department receives report of blast; 27 vehicles and more than 100
firefighters are dispatched.

Sunday
>> 2:24 a.m.: IFD confirms one fatality.

>> 3:24 a.m.: IFD confirms second death.

>> 11:15 a.m.: City officials report residents are being allowed back into about 50 damaged homes to collect belongings.

>> 1 p.m.: Relief center moves from Mary Bryan Elementary School to Southport Presbyterian Church.

>> 3 p.m.: Officials confirm number of homes investigated and damaged.

>> 7 p.m.: Vigil at Southwest Elementary School in Greenwood for victim Jennifer Longworth, who taught second grade at the school. She and her husband, John Dion Longworth, were believed to have died in the blast.

>> 8:30 p.m.: Arson investigators, as well as crews from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives and the gas company, still working at scene.

Curfew in effect
A voluntary emergency curfew for residents of Richmond Hill is now in effect.

Between 10 p.m. and 6 a.m. residents are asked to be inside their homes for safety and incident scene preservation.

IMPD also issued a warning to gawkers and would-be thieves. Police plan to stay at the scene and will investigate all non-residents to deter criminal activity in the area.

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9:21 a.m. update: No gas leaks in neighborhood
“We have done initial testing throughout the neighborhood and have not found any gas leaks," said Dan Considine, Citizens spokesman.

"We are still doing additional testing of the gas main and the lines to the homes on Fieldfare Way,” he said. “We have not at this point found any problems with any external gas lines.”

8:04 am update
Authorities from local, state and federal agencies scoured the rubble Sunday for clues to what caused a massive and deadly explosion late the night before on the Southeastside.

But if answers were elusive -- no official cause has been determined -- the devastation was evident.

Neighbors, volunteers, investigators and others who traipsed through the area or viewed it from nearby were confronted with horrifying images of destruction.

The toll: Five homes destroyed or nearly destroyed; an additional 26 homes significantly damaged; 200 people forced from their homes;



posted on Nov, 12 2012 @ 10:31 AM
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Thank you for the estimate


A lot of variables and only 1 constant which is the distance.



posted on Nov, 12 2012 @ 10:31 AM
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11 pm is kind of early to plant a bomb of this size. I would think they would want to sneek in there about 3 am.




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