posted on Nov, 18 2013 @ 01:17 PM
reply to post by Aliensun
I After watching both, the Weather Balloon footage, and this footage, I must agree with your conclusion. I will expand on my observations.
The weather balloon explodes with a confetti type debris field of the color (white) of the balloon with its central components falling back to earth
100,000 feet, give or take. The balloon is still within the gravitational pull of the earth so the heavier parts will come back down. Since it is
doubtful that weather balloons are filled with a explosive gas (Hydrogen) there can be no classical "Explosion" It merely bursts by over pressure.
No flames, no super heated gasses.
First I must say that the video that is presented to us has been delivered by the MSM, and is not the actual video of this event. The "Explosion"
itself is not present in the video so we can not ascertain what mechanism was responsible for the explosion. We only see the aftermath of what ever
action caused it.
The debris field consist of fairly large objects that do not appear to be falling earth ward. We also see a central area that is orange, yellow, and
what appears to be white smoke, which are all associated and indicative of a explosion involving flammables.
The white objects that are in the vicinity of the explosion could be parts of the instrument package of a research balloon except I know of no
research balloons that operate in the vacuum of deep space. They too do not appear to be falling back to earth, and do not appear to be associated to
the explosion event.
In conclusion I can not say what is seen in the video, except to say it is highly doubtful its a weather balloon.
Weather balloons do not operate outside of the gravitational pull of the earth because there would be no way to recover the instruments, and they are
not filled with explosive gasses.
What ever this was, was operating outside of our gravitational pull, and outside of our atmosphere.