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Huge fireballs flying over buildings and exploding with a strong blast
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 1482838:MV8yMTQyOTE1XzM2MTkxMTA2XzNDRjNGRDM4] [quote:OP 31575640:MV8yMTQyOTE1XzM2MTkwNTg0X0E1OTFEOUE1] [quote:Anonymous Coward 1482838:MV8yMTQyOTE1XzM2MTkwNDY2X0Q0REVGRjMw] [quote:ME 31575640:MV8yMTQyOTE1XzM2MTg5MzY2XzkxRjk4RjhG] You guys are blind. No videos showed any fireballs flying over buildings. Period. There were many dashboard videos released of 'A METEOR' approaching and dissipating long before reaching ground. I didn't seen on any of the videos fireballs above the buildings or huge explosions! [/quote] I agree. The story was revised this morning on Yahoo to say that they "underestimated" and it was the power of 500Kt explosion. Really? That is 250 times stronger than Hiroshima. Yet, no flattened buildings, no EMP, no cars on fire. It seems odd with all the dashcams and sonic booms nobody had their cameras out to catch the meteor "striking" that building. The wall is neatly collapsed on one side. Not blasted over a large area. It looked to be not a factory that was currently working but an old abandoned one partially being dismantled anyway! [/quote] By the way, you make a very interesting point. We should look more closely at the factory! It is where the most significant damage occurred. It is logical to assume that is where the explosion was the strongest or perhaps even originated. Perhaps that is the source of the explosion.Of course, it could be that the building was very old and about to collapse and the sonic boom did just that. But, very strange collapse indeed. As if hit by a rocket or something. [/quote] If it were hit by ANYTHING like a rocket or meteor, why would the bricks be piled neatly next to the building? The blast would not merely cause a single wall to collapse. The photos I've seen looked like nothing in keeping with an explosion, at all. [/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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