posted on Mar, 27 2013 @ 02:17 AM
Originally posted by kwakakev
Without taking it to a lab it is hard to say what it is exactly, it is interesting to see some other reports of weird stuff associated to other
meteors. Perhaps what ever it is got picked up and taken on a ride as the meteor traveled through space, being caught up in it momentum it just tagged
along. Not being directly connected the the meteor it would not of been exposed to as much heat on atmospheric entry. Depending on how much it weights
would help calculate how much inertia it had to wash off. We have had people jump from the edge of space so reentry is not a guaranteed roasting.
Looking all squashed and flat is to be expected if it is indigenous to outer space as our gravity and atmospheric pressure is something that it is not
use to. Could it be something related to one of the critters with the space tether incident or maybe an entirely different species of space life?
Nothing organic is going to make it through the atmosphere. Rocks explode, so I doubt that a chunk of slime is going to make it.
Could be as simple as a duck/goose/big bird turned inside out.
I do Coyote control on local farms, I have turned yodies inside out that kind of look similar when the fat is facing out.
Be reasonable, demand the impossible.
EDIT: When you look at the fleshy mass in the center, look at the top center, do you see the artery connection that has let go?
You may be looking at animal guts that have been rolled in a substance like the little Styrofoam balls in bean bag chairs, except they are yellow
instead of white. I can spot a discombobulated artery from a mile away.
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