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Originally posted by freedomSlave
for the hell of it seeing how it is ats
what if it is project blue beam to project the object with a scalar weapon to cause the damage
For 15 years, scientists have benefited from data gleaned by U.S. classified satellites of natural fireball events in Earth's atmosphere – but no longer. A recent U.S. military policy decision now explicitly states that observations by hush-hush government spacecraft of incoming bolides and fireballs are classified secret and are not to be released, SPACE.com has learned.
"It's baffling to us why this would suddenly change," said one scientist familiar with the work. "It's unfortunate because there was this great synergy…a very good cooperative arrangement. Systems were put into dual-use mode where a lot of science was getting done that couldn't be done any other way. It's a regrettable change in policy."
Originally posted by parksh
reply to post by Rezlooper
You totally crack me up! I've seen you pop in on a couple of these and I think your theory is awesome. Good work, I enjoyed it and it makes sense. I work my way down a page and there you are and I just laugh. Keep it up, I feel it's a subject that really needs to get out there.
Originally posted by Rezlooper
Here's a theory
Meteors burn up in the mesosphere. Methane gas plumes rise as high into the atmosphere as the mesosphere and at levels we can't even detect that high, so we don't really know how much gas is at that level. Could this methane have damaged the upper atmosphere where meteors normally safely burned up? Could these meteors now be coming much deeper into the atmosphere before they burn up, sometimes exploding over land or reaching land?