posted on Feb, 18 2013 @ 05:01 PM
I am not sure how much the 'Meteor Shot Down' theory has been talked about in conversations around the internet, but I think it is an interesting
point to make;
I have always been taught that an object exploding by it's own device will project fragments outwards in all directions. Maybe my mind is tricking
me, but the meteor's material doesn't seem to be uniformly moving outward and away from the meteor.
It seems to behave similar to many other objects effected by a different source of explosion.
If you place a watermelon at 25yds and shoot 1 round from an AK, the entry point will not suffer the sort of damage found at the exit point. The rear
of the melon, where the exit point is located, will be completely blow off. The melon's insides will be pulled along the bullet's path.
This can be seen in many different impact scenarios. Break a window and you can see which direction the impact originated from.
This meteor also seems to follow the same principle. The 'projectile', moving from the tail to the meteor's body, makes contact and exits through
the front. As it exits, it drags some of the meteor along with it - the same as a bullet does when it exits the melon.
This may all be pointless though, as someone did mention the object's absence in different versions of the clip...