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Originally posted by Chadwickus
reply to post by rabzdguy
Just one orb isn't it?
That would be the instruments hanging off the balloon.
Watch the second video Phage posted.
Originally posted by JayinAR
reply to post by ItDepends
Look back to the last page. Phage was diligent enough to track down the station that launched the balloon in question. I made a suggestion...someone could simply email the weather station in question and include a link to the fine journalism we see present in the OP. Ask them yourself if that is there balloon.
Look at it this way - you can be the one that debunks the debunk and confirm this as an anomylous event.
I'd do it myself, but I am sorta guaging this as a Social Experiment at this point...
***Their balloon! Jesusedit on 31-12-2012 by JayinAR because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by winofiend
reply to post by Screwed
Where is your indignation at the 'usual suspects' that have the exact same answer for everything above the earth, being Aliens and coverups?
I don't see it.
You can forgive them for being close minded because they proffer the same desire as you. Can't have any of this logic rational thinking stuff, having an open mind is saying "It's Aliens, or I dunno." Never ever having a logical rational and sane explanation.
Originally posted by alienreality
Originally posted by BigfootNZ
My verdict... guy was lucky enough to capture a meteor breaking up and threw a little glitter on the story, or someone did.
Meteor breaking up? The thing wasn't moving or hardly moving, and an "expert" astrophysicist said it didn't look like any known astronomical event, or in simpler terms, not a natural phenomenon..
Not buying the exploding weather balloon theory either based on the other observations happening in the video, that seems pretty weak also..
CBS 4 also contacted a Vatican expert who said it could be some sort of light refraction.