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Originally posted by greatfriendbadfoe
imo it's a good thing it didn't land in the usa.I'm watching a mythbusters show and they were talking about a quarry near a town. They blasted a truck in the quarry and then the townsfolk started to complain about stuff falling off the shelves and eventually a newspaper claimed that "mythbusters" demolished the town. so if a lump of rock would have happened to fall, I wouldn't be a bit surprised if heaps of people started making huge absurd claims and heck, maybe even trying to find someone to sue, no offence guys but let's face it, you're now globally renown for wanting to sue the pants off anyone and everyone. flame on dear yanks, flame on
Originally posted by theabsolutetruth
reply to post by karen61560
Then there are people like you that blindly criticize without ANY knowledge whatsoever of the things others have researched.
Oh did I mention those that jump on false trail criticizing bandwagons, oh wait isn't that just bullying.
How about you mind your own posts, this post was replying to another poster.
Stop wasting my time and get back to watching mainstream tv news, there might just be whole load of truth out there they didn't bother to tell you, you wouldn't want a whole load of truths winging their way to you now would you?edit on 15-2-2013 by theabsolutetruth because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by DangerMcBacon
HAAAAAAA, ATS deny ignorance. Nice to see this thread about an anomalous space rock disintegrating in the Earths upper atmosphere has now degraded to the definition between stalagmite and stalactite, or is it tomato and tomato now, or meteor and asteroid, that's the ticket! Either way. Funny how the invention of the internet has only made people more ignorant and uneducated. Don't worry people, go back to your Happy Meals, people who are actually educated in the subject (we call them scientist) are looking at everything now and will publish their findings after peer review months from now in publications you have never even heard of, and cannot find at Walmart.
Originally posted by illuminatedobserver
reply to post by Human_Alien
Craters on the moon. I've asked the same. If the moon has no atmosphere or a small one, then the asteroid would still be in the crater. But it's not. No where to be found. Nothing to slow the asteroid. It makes me wonder.....