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****Raw Video: San Bruno Surveillance Cameras Capture meteor strike followed by fireball detonation****

 
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BTW: How come no one even bothers to think about incoming artillery rounds any more? Seems it always just has to be so fracling exotric thing. What about simple ole non glorious incoming artillery rounds? I wondered this same thing when watching a zillion vids of the WTC complex and lower Manhatten on 9-11-2001... some of the explosions could just as easily have been from incoming artillery rounds.
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Too bad all these cams are not yet 1080i HDTV cams, eh?
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before and after photos...

especially for those who believe it was passed gas LOL


notice the crater deceipt called "gas explosion site"

[link to www.latimes.com]
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No someone in a previous post nailed it. Gas doesn't expand unless heated or ignited. If it were like the news articles say, and people smelled gas, it would have ignited and we would have seen an instant fireball along with the flames. This isn't what we see. It's a hit. Something hit the ground and the result is a fireball from the gas main. It could have been a meteor, or a low flying plane dropping a bomb, haarp, you name it, but something hit that place. I would tend to think it could have been intentional. Supposedly the gas lines were very large there compared to most underground lines. Maybe someone studied the plans and intentionally hit that area. Who knows why, there are a million reasons. The flashes/ or reflections at the start of the video are interesting as well as the strange patterns on the mailbox.
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before and after photos...

especially for those who believe it was passed gas LOL


notice the crater deceipt called "gas explosion site"

[link to www.latimes.com]
 Quoting: Pleasure 897477


The crater: (167 feet long and 26 feet wide)
[link to trilogymedia.com.au]

Aftermath overhead:
[link to trilogymedia.com.au]
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No someone in a previous post nailed it. Gas doesn't expand unless heated or ignited. If it were like the news articles say, and people smelled gas, it would have ignited and we would have seen an instant fireball along with the flames. This isn't what we see. It's a hit. Something hit the ground and the result is a fireball from the gas main. It could have been a meteor, or a low flying plane dropping a bomb, haarp, you name it, but something hit that place. I would tend to think it could have been intentional. Supposedly the gas lines were very large there compared to most underground lines. Maybe someone studied the plans and intentionally hit that area. Who knows why, there are a million reasons. The flashes/ or reflections at the start of the video are interesting as well as the strange patterns on the mailbox.
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Well said.

Put all that together with the reports of a low flying jet and we really have something.

Crash or plane dropping a bomb!

Has to be one of those two.

I have not heard a single witness mentioning a meteor.

Whereas the number of people hearing a plane is off the charts.
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5a

I don't know how you get a meteor strike out of this. I simply see some preliminary dirt fly into the air prior to the explosion. I assume that came as a result of preliminary venting just prior to the big blow.
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You are correct in my opinion. OP is a tard
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5a

I don't know how you get a meteor strike out of this. I simply see some preliminary dirt fly into the air prior to the explosion. I assume that came as a result of preliminary venting just prior to the big blow.


You are correct in my opinion. OP is a tard
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before and after photos...

especially for those who believe it was passed gas LOL


notice the crater deceipt called "gas explosion site"

[link to www.latimes.com]
 Quoting: Pleasure 897477


Don't see any BEFORE photos, only After....
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At the 10 second mark of video a hail of space rocks located to the far left at the middle of the screen flurryb down then an explosion....

No wonder witnesses heard a loud airborne whoosh.

Don't believe me check it out...


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B.S.
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before and after video


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No someone in a previous post nailed it. Gas doesn't expand unless heated or ignited. If it were like the news articles say, and people smelled gas, it would have ignited and we would have seen an instant fireball along with the flames. This isn't what we see. It's a hit. Something hit the ground and the result is a fireball from the gas main. It could have been a meteor, or a low flying plane dropping a bomb, haarp, you name it, but something hit that place. I would tend to think it could have been intentional. Supposedly the gas lines were very large there compared to most underground lines. Maybe someone studied the plans and intentionally hit that area. Who knows why, there are a million reasons. The flashes/ or reflections at the start of the video are interesting as well as the strange patterns on the mailbox.


Well said.

Put all that together with the reports of a low flying jet and we really have something.

Crash or plane dropping a bomb!

Has to be one of those two.

I have not heard a single witness mentioning a meteor.

Whereas the number of people hearing a plane is off the charts.
 Quoting: ShaneCMuir 1098661

WHY IS NTSB THE INVESTIGATOR???
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At the 10 second mark of video a hail of space rocks located to the far left at the middle of the screen flurryb down then an explosion....

No wonder witnesses heard a loud airborne whoosh.

Don't believe me check it out...


[link to www.ktvu.com]



Absolutely true.

Here's another view of it:

[link to www.ktvu.com]

You can see the incoming flash from right to left at the top of the video on the left side about 6 to 10 seconds into the film.

Absolutely there. Incoming meteorite did this.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1047074



And you can see Birds fly away 5 sec. before explosion... they heard the sound and flew away...

And beyond doubts the crater shows it's Meteorite impact...
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Re: ****Raw Video: San Bruno Surveillance Cameras Capture meteor strike followed by fireball detonation****
At the 10 second mark of video a hail of space rocks located to the far left at the middle of the screen flurryb down then an explosion....

No wonder witnesses heard a loud airborne whoosh.

Don't believe me check it out...


[link to www.ktvu.com]


B.S.
 Quoting: The Monk 936918


Clearly there is debris which flies UP INTO THE AIR JUST PRIOR TO THE FIREBALL...

What caused that??

I would think that if there was ignition which caused the debris to fly up into the air, that the ignition was combustion, and we would not see debris alone, but coming out of the fireball...
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No someone in a previous post nailed it. Gas doesn't expand unless heated or ignited. If it were like the news articles say, and people smelled gas, it would have ignited and we would have seen an instant fireball along with the flames. This isn't what we see. It's a hit. Something hit the ground and the result is a fireball from the gas main. It could have been a meteor, or a low flying plane dropping a bomb, haarp, you name it, but something hit that place. I would tend to think it could have been intentional. Supposedly the gas lines were very large there compared to most underground lines. Maybe someone studied the plans and intentionally hit that area. Who knows why, there are a million reasons. The flashes/ or reflections at the start of the video are interesting as well as the strange patterns on the mailbox.


Well said.

Put all that together with the reports of a low flying jet and we really have something.

Crash or plane dropping a bomb!

Has to be one of those two.

I have not heard a single witness mentioning a meteor.

Whereas the number of people hearing a plane is off the charts.

WHY IS NTSB THE INVESTIGATOR???
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1084462



I was participating on another thread and researched this because it sounded odd to me as well. The NTSB does investigate explosions of pipleline. I found several reports and linked them to Shane's original thread. I had no idea they investigated gas explosions either until I looked it up.
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This thread should be pinned.
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Look at the glare that goes across the camera around 6-7 seconds in before the asphalt and chunks come up.



I see the vertical line you are refering too. I guess I attributed it to a reflection of light off of the passing cars.


I would agree with you if ALL the cars had this effect, but they DONT.

This only happens ONCE and that is directly before the disturbance of the soil and THEN the resulting blast.
 Quoting: jacqflash


Almost had me convinced until I studied the first 10 seconds intensely.

AT 08:00 seconds, the driver of the parked car in the foreground gets out of his car. In doing so, he opens the driver side door which, is facing what should be to the south. The sun is off to his West. Given that scenario, and this is easily confirmed by the shadow patterns, when the driver opened his door, the sun to the West reflected off of the parked car's door or window bouncing light into the camera lens causing the flare.

Watch the motion of his door opening and the line/glare which is believed to be the meteorite. The door movement and the glare movement are in perfect time as well as in the same direction.

**DEBUNKED**
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Look at the glare that goes across the camera around 6-7 seconds in before the asphalt and chunks come up.



I see the vertical line you are refering too. I guess I attributed it to a reflection of light off of the passing cars.


I would agree with you if ALL the cars had this effect, but they DONT.

This only happens ONCE and that is directly before the disturbance of the soil and THEN the resulting blast.


Almost had me convinced until I studied the first 10 seconds intensely.

AT 08:00 seconds, the driver of the parked car in the foreground gets out of his car. In doing so, he opens the driver side door which, is facing what should be to the south. The sun is off to his West. Given that scenario, and this is easily confirmed by the shadow patterns, when the driver opened his door, the sun to the West reflected off of the parked car's door or window bouncing light into the camera lens causing the flare.

Watch the motion of his door opening and the line/glare which is believed to be the meteorite. The door movement and the glare movement are in perfect time as well as in the same direction.

**DEBUNKED**
 Quoting: Dr. G 696775

Upon further review, something does still seem odd about the actual explosion. The upward force of rocks prior to the blast do have a very similar look to that of a primary explosion which cast debris up and out, THEN the secondary explosion of gas. I suppose analyzing other gas line ruptures would help in this instance. Anyone have good solid footage of that?
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before and after video


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So your saying that there is no way a 30 inch buried pipe would leave a crater after exploding.....come on dude, go back to school
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swamp gas
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hey everyone, there was an EXACT same explosion in Iran the day AFTER this happened

[link to news.yahoo.com]

hmmmm

are we looking at a covert war going on here?
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5a

I don't know how you get a meteor strike out of this. I simply see some preliminary dirt fly into the air prior to the explosion. I assume that came as a result of preliminary venting just prior to the big blow.
 Quoting: ANNONYMOUS 825313

^^^

This.... the rocks go up as the pipline ruptures and fall back down... now gas is spewing into the air, but hasn't yet ignited... then... FIRE!!!


No proof of meteor here, sorry to say.
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At the 10 second mark of video a hail of space rocks located to the far left at the middle of the screen flurryb down then an explosion....

No wonder witnesses heard a loud airborne whoosh.

Don't believe me check it out...


[link to www.ktvu.com]
 Quoting: Pleasure 897477


IT was NOT the san bruno fire (nor a meteor attention hog peice a shit) San Bruno fire was 5 times larger than this one
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Re: ****Raw Video: San Bruno Surveillance Cameras Capture meteor strike followed by fireball detonation****
hey everyone, there was an EXACT same explosion in Iran the day AFTER this happened

[link to news.yahoo.com]

hmmmm

are we looking at a covert war going on here?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1082864

No, it says that a track-hoe or some kind of machine hit the pipe causing it to rupture and explode.


It could be just old things breaking down.

I do think, however that it is an impact of some kind as things fly up and then a fireball.
If it was just a leak that caught fire, then the order would be reversed, fireball with flying debris.
The fact that debris was flying first confirms an impact of unknown type.
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Re: ****Raw Video: San Bruno Surveillance Cameras Capture meteor strike followed by fireball detonation****
hey everyone, there was an EXACT same explosion in Iran the day AFTER this happened

[link to news.yahoo.com]

hmmmm

are we looking at a covert war going on here?

No, it says that a track-hoe or some kind of machine hit the pipe causing it to rupture and explode.


It could be just old things breaking down.

***Insert> regarding the US explosion:

I do think, however that it is an impact of some kind as things fly up and then a fireball.
If it was just a leak that caught fire, then the order would be reversed, fireball with flying debris.
The fact that debris was flying first confirms an impact of unknown type.
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Re: ****Raw Video: San Bruno Surveillance Cameras Capture meteor strike followed by fireball detonation****
hey everyone, there was an EXACT same explosion in Iran the day AFTER this happened

[link to news.yahoo.com]

hmmmm

are we looking at a covert war going on here?

No, it says that a track-hoe or some kind of machine hit the pipe causing it to rupture and explode.


It could be just old things breaking down.

I do think, however that it is an impact of some kind as things fly up and then a fireball.
If it was just a leak that caught fire, then the order would be reversed, fireball with flying debris.
The fact that debris was flying first confirms an impact of unknown type.
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yes, 'it' does SAY that, doesn't 'it'?
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Re: ****Raw Video: San Bruno Surveillance Cameras Capture meteor strike followed by fireball detonation****
hey everyone, there was an EXACT same explosion in Iran the day AFTER this happened

[link to news.yahoo.com]

hmmmm

are we looking at a covert war going on here?

No, it says that a track-hoe or some kind of machine hit the pipe causing it to rupture and explode.


It could be just old things breaking down.

I do think, however that it is an impact of some kind as things fly up and then a fireball.
If it was just a leak that caught fire, then the order would be reversed, fireball with flying debris.
The fact that debris was flying first confirms an impact of unknown type.


yes, 'it' does SAY that, doesn't 'it'?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1082864

[link to www.farsinet.com]

Mashhad, the city hit, is Iran's Holy City, and is literally translated as 'place of Martyrdom'

did Iran hit Catholicism's revered Saint Francis of Assisi(San Francisco),

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

only for Popey to reply in kind?
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Before and After:

[link to trilogymedia.com.au]