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METEOR DESTROYS HOMES

 
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METEOR DESTROYS HOMES
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The two-story, brick-faced homes on either side of those demolished by the blast were ruins. One home's roof was gone, a blackened husk left behind. On the other side of the gap, the side of a home was sheared off. Across the street, garage doors had buckled from the heat.

It wasn't yet clear what caused the blast that shook the neighborhood at 11 p.m. Saturday. Residents described hearing a loud boom that blew out windows and collapsed ceilings. Some thought a plane had crashed or that it was an earthquake.
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The two-story, brick-faced homes on either side of those demolished by the blast were ruins. One home's roof was gone, a blackened husk left behind. On the other side of the gap, the side of a home was sheared off. Across the street, garage doors had buckled from the heat.

It wasn't yet clear what caused the blast that shook the neighborhood at 11 p.m. Saturday. Residents described hearing a loud boom that blew out windows and collapsed ceilings. Some thought a plane had crashed or that it was an earthquake.
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[link to news.yahoo.com]

The two-story, brick-faced homes on either side of those demolished by the blast were ruins. One home's roof was gone, a blackened husk left behind. On the other side of the gap, the side of a home was sheared off. Across the street, garage doors had buckled from the heat.

It wasn't yet clear what caused the blast that shook the neighborhood at 11 p.m. Saturday. Residents described hearing a loud boom that blew out windows and collapsed ceilings. Some thought a plane had crashed or that it was an earthquake.
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And how have you deduced this was meteor as it wasn't in the article you linked?
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Don't worry. There will be more things that will cause more death with loud explosions and big fires. To a point where what is causing them cannot be denied.

People need proof and proof they will get.
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Imagine OP. If you are right then that changes a lot of peoples thinking about all the dangers this reality can throw at us.
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Meteorite Impacts Earth in Minden, Louisiana - Media and Government Cover It Up
Louisiana Explosion - Just one more in a long list
Wed, 17 Oct 2012 15:27 CDT
Sott.net has been tracking the startling increase in reports of meteorite/comet fragment sightings and impacts for at least 8 years, and there have been many hundreds of such reports in that time period. This alone should give us cause for concern. Check out the above link to get an idea of just how frequent meteorite/comet fragment sightings have become. Of course, you might say that this apparent increase could just be the result of us paying more attention, but the numbers don't lie. For example, browsing the right bar links on the above Sott.net blog, you'll notice that in 2004, 2005 and 2006, reports were consolidated into two month periods, and there were, on average, less than 10 sightings over that 2-month period. By contrast, in 2008, reports were plentiful enough to begin collating them into monthly records and, since then, their number has increased steadily.

[link to www.sott.net]
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I'm betting on a gas leak. There was a house where I lived a few years that blew up from a gas leak and it pretty much looked like that lol... It was pretty amazing.
Gun control is like trying to reduce drunk driving by making it tougher for sober people to own cars.

I'd like to go quietly in my sleep, like grandpa did. Not screaming in terror like the people in the back seat of the car he was driving.

You should have nailed it to a tree and made it feel like Jesus. - Brief
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[link to news.yahoo.com]

The two-story, brick-faced homes on either side of those demolished by the blast were ruins. One home's roof was gone, a blackened husk left behind. On the other side of the gap, the side of a home was sheared off. Across the street, garage doors had buckled from the heat.

It wasn't yet clear what caused the blast that shook the neighborhood at 11 p.m. Saturday. Residents described hearing a loud boom that blew out windows and collapsed ceilings. Some thought a plane had crashed or that it was an earthquake.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 27522843


And how have you deduced this was meteor as it wasn't in the article you linked?
 Quoting: Jericho9


Just popped into my head when I saw the pics.
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Also if it was a meteor, where is the impact crater?
Gun control is like trying to reduce drunk driving by making it tougher for sober people to own cars.

I'd like to go quietly in my sleep, like grandpa did. Not screaming in terror like the people in the back seat of the car he was driving.

You should have nailed it to a tree and made it feel like Jesus. - Brief
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[link to news.yahoo.com]

The two-story, brick-faced homes on either side of those demolished by the blast were ruins. One home's roof was gone, a blackened husk left behind. On the other side of the gap, the side of a home was sheared off. Across the street, garage doors had buckled from the heat.

It wasn't yet clear what caused the blast that shook the neighborhood at 11 p.m. Saturday. Residents described hearing a loud boom that blew out windows and collapsed ceilings. Some thought a plane had crashed or that it was an earthquake.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 27522843


And how have you deduced this was meteor as it wasn't in the article you linked?
 Quoting: Jericho9


Just popped into my head when I saw the pics.
 Quoting: reptilicus 27522843


Product of to much GLP
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11/12/2012 01:14 AM
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Two separate fireballs explode over Northeastern US, 5 November 2012

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scroll down on page
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Meteorite Impacts Earth in Minden, Louisiana - Media and Government Cover It Up
Louisiana Explosion - Just one more in a long list
Wed, 17 Oct 2012 15:27 CDT
Sott.net has been tracking the startling increase in reports of meteorite/comet fragment sightings and impacts for at least 8 years, and there have been many hundreds of such reports in that time period. This alone should give us cause for concern. Check out the above link to get an idea of just how frequent meteorite/comet fragment sightings have become. Of course, you might say that this apparent increase could just be the result of us paying more attention, but the numbers don't lie. For example, browsing the right bar links on the above Sott.net blog, you'll notice that in 2004, 2005 and 2006, reports were consolidated into two month periods, and there were, on average, less than 10 sightings over that 2-month period. By contrast, in 2008, reports were plentiful enough to begin collating them into monthly records and, since then, their number has increased steadily.

[link to www.sott.net]
 Quoting: SeaPunk


now the one main difference between the 2 events....
there were fireball reports around the time of the La and there were none last night.
[link to www.amsmeteors.org]
a good video editor can make anyone say anything the editor wants.
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11/12/2012 01:19 AM
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The blast pattern does not fit a meteor strike. This was AL Qaeda & Co.
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Also if it was a meteor, where is the impact crater?
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Atmospheric detonation...
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Also if it was a meteor, where is the impact crater?
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Doesn't have to be an impact crater. As Tunguska showed us. Explode over the land. Close to the ground.
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Also if it was a meteor, where is the impact crater?
 Quoting: Marax


Atmospheric detonation...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 27573033


Also if it was a meteor, where is the impact crater?
 Quoting: Marax




Doesn't have to be an impact crater. As Tunguska showed us. Explode over the land. Close to the ground.
 Quoting: TTA 18131262


If that was the case you would see more roof damage. Most of the damage is on the walls of the surrounding homes...

Also even if a meteor did explode before impact, you would still find pieces of it all around.
Gun control is like trying to reduce drunk driving by making it tougher for sober people to own cars.

I'd like to go quietly in my sleep, like grandpa did. Not screaming in terror like the people in the back seat of the car he was driving.

You should have nailed it to a tree and made it feel like Jesus. - Brief
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My guess is the regularity of these type events will increase.Should that happen it will support the theory that we are entering the tribulation. The hail that the book of revalations speeks of that does so much damage.Just as there are signs that spring,summer,fall and winter are comming so will there be signs that our lords return is near.
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Meteorite Impacts Earth in Minden, Louisiana - Media and Government Cover It Up
Louisiana Explosion - Just one more in a long list
Wed, 17 Oct 2012 15:27 CDT
Sott.net has been tracking the startling increase in reports of meteorite/comet fragment sightings and impacts for at least 8 years, and there have been many hundreds of such reports in that time period. This alone should give us cause for concern. Check out the above link to get an idea of just how frequent meteorite/comet fragment sightings have become. Of course, you might say that this apparent increase could just be the result of us paying more attention, but the numbers don't lie. For example, browsing the right bar links on the above Sott.net blog, you'll notice that in 2004, 2005 and 2006, reports were consolidated into two month periods, and there were, on average, less than 10 sightings over that 2-month period. By contrast, in 2008, reports were plentiful enough to begin collating them into monthly records and, since then, their number has increased steadily.

[link to www.sott.net]
 Quoting: SeaPunk


now the one main difference between the 2 events....
there were fireball reports around the time of the La and there were none last night.
[link to www.amsmeteors.org]
 Quoting: psyoptics


[link to www.amsmeteors.org]


[link to www.amsmeteors.org]


[link to www.amsmeteors.org]
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Meteorite Impacts Earth in Minden, Louisiana - Media and Government Cover It Up
Louisiana Explosion - Just one more in a long list
Wed, 17 Oct 2012 15:27 CDT
Sott.net has been tracking the startling increase in reports of meteorite/comet fragment sightings and impacts for at least 8 years, and there have been many hundreds of such reports in that time period. This alone should give us cause for concern. Check out the above link to get an idea of just how frequent meteorite/comet fragment sightings have become. Of course, you might say that this apparent increase could just be the result of us paying more attention, but the numbers don't lie. For example, browsing the right bar links on the above Sott.net blog, you'll notice that in 2004, 2005 and 2006, reports were consolidated into two month periods, and there were, on average, less than 10 sightings over that 2-month period. By contrast, in 2008, reports were plentiful enough to begin collating them into monthly records and, since then, their number has increased steadily.

[link to www.sott.net]
 Quoting: SeaPunk


now the one main difference between the 2 events....
there were fireball reports around the time of the La and there were none last night.
[link to www.amsmeteors.org]
 Quoting: psyoptics


[link to www.amsmeteors.org]


[link to www.amsmeteors.org]


[link to www.amsmeteors.org]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 27567615

2 sounds ?????
and 0 fireballs on that night!

the other links are from days before!

unlike the meteorites from texas, La, and the several in cali.....
those had many reports, coming in from several states.

Last Edited by psyoptics on 11/12/2012 11:32 AM
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Also if it was a meteor, where is the impact crater?
 Quoting: Marax




Doesn't have to be an impact crater. As Tunguska showed us. Explode over the land. Close to the ground.
 Quoting: TTA 18131262


Tunguska was more likely a comet fragment.

Last Edited by AllGunsBlazing on 11/12/2012 12:39 PM
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