Video appears to show meteors coming in near Philadelphia:
With the big Russian meteor, the ones in Florida, the ones on the west coast, and now this...
Ahh, Houston...We got a problem you ain't talking about? Cause I'm really starting to wonder now. I sure as heck hope this all isn't a prelude of
what's to come...
Or is this normal, everyday stuff? I can't remember ever getting so many reports of these, in such a short period of time. Maybe it's just that there
are more people looking, and more youtube-aware people looking up with videos cameras. Maybe it's ALWAYS been this way, and we just haven't heard
about it so much like this.
Umm yeah. MAYBE.
edit on Mon Feb 18th 2013 by TrueAmerican because: (no reason given)
There are a lot of theories but until they take a good look in the direction that the Russian meteor came from, I'm staying vigilant. Nothing to say
that whatever event sent that 2m rock to Russia didn't send more fragments our way. Perhaps it is unlikely but I'd like to hear somebody say.....
"we took a good look and can't find anything credible to say this wasn't just an isolated incident."
Originally posted by PW229
I see planes. Meteors don't "curve."
Second line because, second line.
Not necessarily true that they are planes. Winds up there could easily bend and distort the smoke trails, or it might also be lens distortions on a
cheap camera. Not convinced those are planes at all, but thanks for your opinion.
Just from watching the video I have no idea what it is but usually planes aren't scheduled that close are they?
it does look like contrails , weird either way..too many planes that "appear" to be too close together.
Edit - I just took a look at the 'playback' function of flightradar.com, and it turns out there is a busy air traffic corridor running along the west
side of Philadelphia, in a south direction (just like the video says) that easily accounts for the heavy traffic seen in the video.
edit on 18-2-2013 by alfa1 because: (no reason given)
I'll go with the obvious. Planes.
I'll speculate and say a military formation. More precisely two, two ship formations.
Or not. The different length contrails would tend to indicate different altitudes.
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