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Originally posted by stopbeingnaive
reply to post by theabsolutetruth
What is so questionable? The round circle the meteorite created in the ice? How do you know that is abnormal? You keep talking about these questionable things and scientific knowledge but haven't once backed up any of these claims. So, yes, I am still calling you a paranoid lunatic, who fails to look at anything from a pragmatic standpoint. You want to question everything which is fine but at least be rational when you do it.
Originally posted by theabsolutetruth
reply to post by winofiend
Stop talking nonsense.
I never even once mentioned any other asteroid / meteoroid / meteorite.
I QUESTIONED certain pictures.
Stop jumping on the attack bandwagon, people like you are the bane of threads.
Don't you have anyone to bully in real life?
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Originally posted by SnowyOwl
A UFO from Planet Zeeba
Originally posted by theabsolutetruth
For those that cannot see the merit of questioning things
Originally posted by Human_Alien
Originally posted by Phage
reply to post by Human_Alien
Each fragment creates a sonic boom as it passes overhead but are you sure you hear 9 separate booms? None are repeated in the various videos?
Take a listen yourself. I heard and counted 9 booms/explosions.
And don't get too used to this but I actually like your explanation. Thanks!
See?...doesn't it give you pleasure to be helpful than a condescending snake to me all the time?
I think ATS members should cyberly; light a camp fire, join hands and break out in a chorus of Kumbaya now
Originally posted by Quibbler
Here's another good video of the "asteroid".
What's weird is that last night I saw two meteorites fall in a pasture only a few hundred feet away from me within a 30 minute period. I wonder if they were tiny fragments from wherever this one came from.