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Thread: Amazing Article About Mystery Object That Hit Louisiana..3-D Radar Included!!!!


Thread: LOUISIANA - NOT METEORITE BUT DEBRIS FIELD DETECTED BY RADAR!!!!!



According to the National Weather Service, a large bunker explosion occurred Monday night in Webster Parish, La., around 30 miles east of Shreveport. The event occurred near the border of the Camp Minden Army ammunition plant. "A large flash was observed," the Shreveport, La., National Weather Service reported. "[C]itizens were shaken out of bed and windows were shattered during the late night hours Oct. 15." The explosion occured shortly before 11:28 p.m.
[link to www.accuweather.com]






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UPDATE- OCT 16, 2012 Bayou Corne Sink Hole: CONFIRMED - Underground Explosion at Camp Minden LA
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Mystery explosion shatters windows, lights sky in Louisiana

Published October 16, 2012

Meteor or munitions? What happened in Webster Parish?

According to numerous reports, a loud boom was heard in a secluded area of the Louisiana parish, leading Sheriff Gary Sexton to tell a local television station that they “definitely had something happen” Monday night.

Area resident Shana Levick told KSLA 12 that she saw the sky light up a bright orange color, and observed “fire sparks” above the tree line. The boom reportedly shook trees and citizens out of bed and shattered windows during the night as well, leading to speculation that it was the sound of impact from a meteor.

This was no meteor, however. The National Weather Service branch office in Shrevesport, La., said the sound was a massive explosion at a munitions recycling factory.

“Monday night at around 11:26 pm, a large explosion occurred to the southwest of Dixie Inn, in Webster Parish, approximately 4 miles southwest of Minden, or 28 miles east of Shreveport … in the borders of the Camp Minden Army ammunition plant,” the weather service said.

Read more: [link to www.foxnews.com]
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Bunker Explosion's Mushroom Cloud Caught on Louisiana Radar
[link to www.theweatherspace.com]
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Bunker Explosion's Mushroom Cloud Caught on Louisiana Radar
[link to www.theweatherspace.com]
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NO... BETTER LINK


According to the National Weather Service, a large bunker explosion occurred Monday night in Webster Parish, La., around 30 miles east of Shreveport. The event occurred near the border of the Camp Minden Army ammunition plant. "A large flash was observed," the Shreveport, La., National Weather Service reported. "[C]itizens were shaken out of bed and windows were shattered during the late night hours Oct. 15." The explosion occured shortly before 11:28 p.m.
[link to www.accuweather.com]
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come on I just posted that no one reads fuck
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more radar images
The above graphic shows the plume caused by the explosion as sampled by Shreveport, La National Weather Service Doppler Radar.

[link to www.srh.noaa.gov]

see 3rd image
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dont matter im wasting my time posting all this here none of you care
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what about this:

11 military explosions prompt La. evacuations, injures man in Al.


At least eleven military explosions have occurred Monday and Tuesday, a minimum of ten large-caliber ammunition ground-rattling explosions from a Louisiana Military Department bomb recycling plant in the northwestern Louisiana forcing evacuations of at least 600 students, over 400 prisoners and 800 residents of Doyline, and one military explosion injuring a man in Alabama.
 Quoting: observation

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we are a little country in comparison to america , it would be headlines here
you guys hardly mention it
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dont matter im wasting my time posting all this here none of you care
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do you think this was cause by a bolloid as in:
a mini tunguska event?
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Are there any other reports of sightings coming in?


If not I'm close to raising the flag over here...


:officemichaelduc:
 Quoting: Too Dark Park


Well to answer your question [link to www.meteorwatch.org]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1296810


another spike on that feed? Or am I not reading this right?
[link to www.meteorscan.com]
 Quoting: amywood71605



I see nothing...
 Quoting: Too Dark Park


look again
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1296810


folks, where should we be facing? North? South? East? West?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 10775330


Just look up at the Sky Bro'/Sis' if you are outside,but otherwise here [link to en.es-static.us] and [link to earthsky.org] there.

That's if these are still related to the Draconid Meteor Shower.
 Quoting: Spittin'Cesium


If anyone just spotted that hit on the Meteorscan, that was a fucking big one...keep watching..

[link to www.meteorscan.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25694743


ORIONID METEOR SHOWER: Next weekend, Earth will pass through a stream of debris from Halley's Comet, source of the annual Orionid meteor shower. Forecasters expect ~25 meteors per hour when the shower peaks on Oct. 21st. [video] [full story] [NASA Chat]

[link to www.spaceweather.com]

or another bunkerhiding
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Oct. 12, 2012: Usually, waking up before sunrise is a good way to get a head start on the day. On Oct. 21st, waking up early could stop you in your tracks.

Blame Halley’s Comet. Every year in mid-to-late October, Earth passes through a stream of dusty debris from Comet Halley, and the pre-dawn sky lights up with a pretty display of shooting stars.

"We expect to see about 25 meteors per hour when the shower peaks on Sunday morning, Oct 21st," says Bill Cooke, the head of NASA's Meteoroid Environment Office. "With no Moon to spoil the show, observing conditions should be ideal."

"The Orionid meteor shower isn't the strongest, but it is one of the most beautiful showers of the year," notes Cooke.

“Be prepared for speed,” he adds. “Meteoroids from Halley’s Comet strike Earth's atmosphere traveling 148,000 mph. Only the November Leonids are faster.”

[link to science.nasa.gov]

Physical characteristics Halley’s Comet
Dimensions 15×8 km,[3] 11 km (mean)[2]
Mass 2.2×1014 kg[4]
Mean density 0.6[5] (estimates range from 0.2 to 1.5 g/cm3[6])
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Thread: A GIANT meteor just a second ago
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more radar---> [link to www.tvcomm.co.uk]
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Comet2013

Arrives 2013 and will be brighter than the Full Moon.

:)


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Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
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get out side with your digi cams now!

big time over uk right now [link to www.tvcomm.co.uk]

[link to www.tvcomm.co.uk]
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i get your point
my point is
i detect nothing "alarming" in these sequences of events
so i don`t incorporate them in anything i am doing
that being said
thank you for your heads up
and do continue showing what you see
because i miss loads of stuff
this i know rockon
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hf
 Quoting: ANHEDONIC


Just wanted to share this beautiful song that Anhedonic posted in my thread...later guys :)

hf
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Lonesome in Paris(Classical) abduct
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A 4.6 magnitude earthquake struck Maine about 20 miles west of Portland tonight and was felt as far south as Boston, according to the US Geological Survey.
[link to bostonglobe.com]
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New moon October 15, 2012 05:02:36 AM

and we know 3 days either side of a new moon we get tremors most often because our moon is directly in the center of solar radiation (wind) from our sun and it fucks with our fields

Earthquake counts go up as moon comes closer: BAARC

.....The scientists have also found that major earthquakes occur more in numbers when perigee coincides with Full Moon and New Moon than at apogee (position of moon farthest from earth) with similar combination, going up to a magnitude of 6.0 on the Richter scale, Dr. Vinayak G. Kolvankar, senior seismologist from BARC said.....
 Quoting: observation

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Last Edited by aether on 10/16/2012 08:23 PM
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Honestly...I'm not quite sure what anything will look like...I can only ima-gine...lol
But I do not fear, for love conqueres all! Grace...

Sleep well in healing and love of it...in its true form...

Wf
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Honestly...I'm not quite sure what anything will look like...I can only ima-gine...lol
But I do not fear, for love conqueres all! Grace...

Sleep well in healing and love of it...in its true form...

Wf
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1318078


sleep well w/f
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[link to www.youtube.com]
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LIGHTBULB ERUPTION: Sunspot AR1593, now emerging over the sun's northeastern limb, doesn't look very impressive. Yet two days ago it unleashed a very impressive eruption. NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory recorded a glowing bulb of plasma more than 100,000 miles across on Oct. 14th:
oct 17 2012 [link to www.spaceweather.com]





RADIO STORM ON JUPITER: On Oct. 12th, there was a storm on Jupiter--a radio storm. Amateur radio astronomer Thomas Ashcraft recorded the event using a shortwave radio telescope located in New Mexico. Click on the dynamic spectrum (a plot of intensity vs. frequency vs. time) to hear the whooshing, crackling, popping sounds that emerged from his telescope's loudspeaker: oct 17 2012 [link to www.spaceweather.com]
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reflection butterfly---> [link to www.spaceweather.com]
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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25718364


:)

That was awesome.

Thanks for sharing.


The triangle shown between Jupiter, Venus, and Sirius was especially nice.

hf
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~Seneca
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its just not awesome its important
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