posted on Feb, 15 2013 @ 06:55 AM
Originally posted by T4NG0
reply to post by chrismarco
from what I have seen in other videos meteorites do not usually leave billowing smoke trails like that.
No I am stating that the person does not usually see videos of a meteorite that makes it far enough into our atmosphere to cause it to leave a trail.
Just trying to ask questions to figure out what they mean by it being odd or unusual.
edit on 15-2-2013 by T4NG0 because: (no reason
T4NGO, I am unimpressed.
The rate at which you find these threads and state your opinion therein is astounding, and I applaud your passion.. but that's where I take pause...
My passion is to get to the truth of these things.. to discuss them.. your passion seems to be finding threads of information and enforcing your own
paradigm upon them.
The question in this thread is simple.. why the identical
double contrail plumes?
We all understand the concept of all the things that can cause a double contrail.. What things explain "identical" contrails? "Identical" forces
of physics imparted on two separate plumes of fire whatever they may be?
And all you do is address other things, other topics, and engage in superfluous unrelated dialogue.
If you are so informed as you pretend, then show the physics of two identically shaped pieces of anything burning up in the atmosphere that is
anywhere near natural.