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Originally posted by Phage
reply to post by SonoftheSun
I've seen a lot of meteors.
I've seen one very large fireball. But I'm just one set of eyes and I was in one location and I happened to be looking in the right direction (it was low on the horizon).
I am hardly scared about it but you shouldn't lie about anything you cant substantiate. This site was set up to inform as well as discuss theories, but naysayers like you without any evidence to back you up makes it hard to even want to enter a thread.
Originally posted by ooYODAoo i would say maybe 15-20 minutes ago at the street light of le jeune avenue and nw 7th st, 2 meteors almost caused a multiple vehicle car accident!..and i got front row seats to witness both of them! i was the first in line at the red light on le jeune ave, and IMMEDIATELY something caught my eye in the sky..you couldn't miss it! it started as a "swipe" for lack of better word..of light, and then BAM! a giant fireball and then it just went black, just disappeared probably lasted 2 seconds, and them again a second "ignition" near the same area it started with a streak of light and then a literal FIREBALL, im talking about like if the light ignited or caught on fire, it was so immense! 2 cars that were turning almost crashed into each other, and several people got out of their cars and pointed at the direction of the 2 fireballs.. i have seen a couple of "shooting stars" before, usually just a "swipe" of light streaking across lasting mili seconds, but god no! not this! it was HUGE and i could see the fire my god we are so helpless and puny!
Originally posted by ArchaicDesigns
I found some recent footage of the Florida meteor sightings for ya,
Originally posted by PLAYERONE01
reply to post by ooYODAoo
proof or it didnt happen
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nothing to be worried about
Originally posted by homeslice
I would say that there is nothing out of the ordinary, just people are on the look out more than the usually would be and then whenever someone has seen something everyone will hear about it.