Originally posted by ~widowmaker~
well there is that big one headed are way, dont they usually have small ones that follow with them? maybe they just got here sooner?
that one in russia is crazy, i watched all the dash cam videos and buiilding cams, i think i would $%^& my pants if i saw that comming my way. it was
broad daylight and it lit up the whole area like a spot light., freaky
They don't have smaller ones that follow, but oftentimes I believe that the actual "meteor" is a clump of rocks, some bigger, some smaller, but
since its burning brightly, once it enters our atmosphere and becomes noticeably visible we just see maybe one or two, or a short string in close
formation. And of course they are further broken down by our atmosphere... Maybe some do contain one main rock with some smaller rocks traveling along
in close formation. But again it would likely break apart pretty quickly into multiple pieces once it enters our atmosphere.
Did I hear both meteors were traveling in the same general direction? East to west?
I don't really know, but one theory I was playing with is that it was a clump of rocks and as it neared earth, some gravitational effect of the earth
or moon or both, caused one or more of the rocks to nudge another one out of the formation, causing some of it to fly near Cuba.
Or maybe it was originally much bigger, and a weapon was used on it, and what we got was the debris or
Or maybe two once in a century events happened in one day
You say power went out and stuff in Cuba? Well many were injured in Russia and windows broke, I'm sure power and or cell service was effected
How often is it that a meteor actually injures multiple people or disables cell service or power or the many other things caused by today's
Yep, its probably at least a once in a century thing. And it happened twice in what length of time? A few hours? I don't think its too crazy to think
they were both a part of the same object. I also don't think its too crazy to believe that someone somewhere knew about this beforehand. How long
beforehand, I don't know, but all I'm saying is, its a possibility that one of the larger governments knew about something.
Maybe China knew and sent Russia an email saying to watch out for US weapons tests against communist nations on feb 15
Next thing you know, China will be claiming the same happened to them...only their "meteor" footage will later be shown to actually be a clip from
popular American 80s flick Top Gun, starring Tom Cruise. Many will be fooled by the similarity between an actual meteor, and Tom Cruise's
"meteoric" rise to fame...so, you can see the confusion there. They almost had me, too.