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CCTV of Russian Meteorite blast wave

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posted on Feb, 15 2013 @ 09:18 PM
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On page 48 of one of these meteor threads we earlier mentioned cosmic biochemistry. Like the Colorado Plateau in North America, the Chelyabinsk region also has increased background radiation, and is intruguing from the historical standpoint as having been the ochagovost'iu (focus) of the 1889 influenza pandemic. There is a substantial photo archive here:

Novaya Gazeta
www.novayagazeta.ru...

(Click on the article, scroll down to: 'Aleksei Gudvin V Cheliabinske povyshen radiatsionnyi fon. Podrobnee tut: ('In Cheliabinsk, radiation background is inreased. There are more details here:')




posted on Feb, 15 2013 @ 10:18 PM
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Originally posted by impaired
You can see it at 4:36. It takes minutes for the shock wave to hit. It must have been tens of miles away when it hit. And there are other bangs as well after. It's insane!



Just doing a few calculations...
Fireball at 4:36
Bang at 7:00
Thats a time delay of 2:24, or 144 seconds.

Assuming sound at 300m/second (yeah, I know it varies with altitude so I'll use a rough average)
then the distance is 43 km (27 miles).

Various sources say that the fireball was 15-20-24 km high, but this video shows it as some distance away from vertical so the distance to it is longer.

Amazing stuff.



posted on Feb, 19 2013 @ 01:24 AM
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Originally posted by MmmPie
HAHAHA! That lady threw herself down so hard, and the running aimlessly out of the room was GREAT. Where was she going to go had those been bombs going off outside!?


Great video.


So for all they knew something else could of happened, so you'd be happy to let the building cave in on your head? and yeah bombs are generally aimed at buildings not open land scape for the hell of it, id be taking a risk outside to.
edit on 19-2-2013 by Trigger82 because: (no reason given)





 
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