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Huge fireballs flying over buildings and exploding with a strong blast
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[quote:G. House:MV8yMTQyOTE1XzM2MTg5NjU2X0JDMUYxRUE3] [quote:ME 31575640:MV8yMTQyOTE1XzM2MTg5MjUxXzI1NzIyM0Q4] Seriously people have you seen any videos showing huge fireballs flying above buildings accompanied by large explosions? [/quote] Collectively all the videos I've seen show that a meteor entered the atmosphere, exploded, and created an impressive shockwave. Apparently YOUR powers of discernment are fucked up or you're mentally challenged. I don't have the time or inclination to explain it all to you. If you really are from Poland chances are it's all the industrial pollution caused by your previous Russian masters has fucked up your nervous system. But now you can go into "you're just a shill" mode and continue ranting your delusions. [/quote]
Russia Today: "Multiple dashboard videos appeared online, showing huge fireballs flying over buildings and exploding with a strong blast as the meteorite broke into pieces mid-air. A local zinc factory was the worst-hit, with some of its walls collapsed. "
link to rt.com
Has anyone seen in one of those videos mentioned huge fireballs flying over buildings? Personally, I didn't see anything like that.
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