posted on Feb, 28 2013 @ 09:48 AM
When you start talking seriously about something intercepting the meteor, you can eliminate any discussion of it being a conventional rocket. The
meteor is figured to have been moving at about 42,000 mph. None of our rockets can move anywhere near that fast and it also would have needed to
overtake the object at a far faster speed.
If you follow that hypothesis, you must allow the attacking object to be a massless UFO or triangle that can move that fast, and since a triangle is a
weapons' platform, it could have had a laser that destroyed the "meteor." And the question remains, was it in fact a meteor or something else.
UFOs have been said to have exploded in the air and there are never any pieces left to collect.
We must wonder, was any aerial radiation samples collected at or near that time of the blast?
Has anybody debunked the burning crater you can find on You tube and elsewhere related to this meteor? In actuality, that video appears to be an area
where an underground coal deposit is burning and the overlaying topsoil has given away and sunken as the underlaying coal has turned to ashes. This
is not an uncommon sight in areas of coal deposits. The give away is that there is absolutely no debris around the parameter of that sunken area as
would be expected if a decently sized fragment of the meteor had impacted there. There is not even the slightest hint of a crater rim.