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Fireball seen from Texas to North Dakota, causing electricity to flicker, car stereo interruption, and blown fuses in hospital beds

 
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Fireball seen from Texas to North Dakota, causing electricity to flicker, car stereo interruption, and blown fuses in hospital beds
I'm seeing a lot of posts on Facebook about a flash in the sky last night around 9 pm CST that had a whirring sound. As it occurred, electricity flickered and some car stereos cut in and out. OPPD in Omaha has a statement that it was a blip in a transmission line. But comments on Facebook sound like it happened from Texas to North Dakota.

At 28 seconds on this video, you can see the flash in the upper left corner.

[link to video.nest.com (secure)]

Did anyone else experience this?

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Re: Fireball seen from Texas to North Dakota, causing electricity to flicker, car stereo interruption, and blown fuses in hospital beds
and so it begins

just what if... the fireballs were headed towards hawaii. 6 incoming, and the missiles launched were at the fireballs. Which triggered the alarm.
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and so it begins

just what if... the fireballs were headed towards hawaii. 6 incoming, and the missiles launched were at the fireballs. Which triggered the alarm.
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The fireball was north/south or south/north across the U.S. so probably not related to Hawaii. But if it was from south/north, it could have been something from the Gulf heading into the U.S. as some sort of test run. Or could have just been a big meteor. Who knows
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And now I'm seeing it blew fuses in multiple hospital beds at a facility near Omaha.

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and so it begins

just what if... the fireballs were headed towards hawaii. 6 incoming, and the missiles launched were at the fireballs. Which triggered the alarm.
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The fireball was north/south or south/north across the U.S. so probably not related to Hawaii. But if it was from south/north, it could have been something from the Gulf heading into the U.S. as some sort of test run. Or could have just been a big meteor. Who knows
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Sure a lot going on up the the past week.
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Power went off here in missouri last night round midnight for a couple minutes.
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I'm seeing a lot of posts on Facebook about a flash in the sky last night around 9 pm CST that had a whirring sound. As it occurred, electricity flickered and some car stereos cut in and out. OPPD in Omaha has a statement that it was a blip in a transmission line. But comments on Facebook sound like it happened from Texas to North Dakota.

At 28 seconds on this video, you can see the flash in the upper left corner.

[link to video.nest.com (secure)]

Did anyone else experience this?
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and so it begins

just what if... the fireballs were headed towards hawaii. 6 incoming, and the missiles launched were at the fireballs. Which triggered the alarm.
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interesting
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And now I'm seeing it blew fuses in multiple hospital beds at a facility near Omaha.

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Blown fuses in hospital beds?
Huh?
are they stuck in the 1950's ?
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And now I'm seeing it blew fuses in multiple hospital beds at a facility near Omaha.

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Blown fuses in hospital beds?
Huh?
are they stuck in the 1950's ?
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yeah, I have no clue how that stuff works. Just repeating what someone on Facebook claimed. lol
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Re: Fireball seen from Texas to North Dakota, causing electricity to flicker, car stereo interruption, and blown fuses in hospital beds
Um...just a thought, way out in the twilight zone...

What if these missile warnings have been real, but the dont know what they are?

I'm not one to fly the UFO flag, but what if that's what is going on?

Time for them to break out the real/fake UFO card and this is the lead in.
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Re: Fireball seen from Texas to North Dakota, causing electricity to flicker, car stereo interruption, and blown fuses in hospital beds
If you have Facebook, you can go here and click on the Visitor Posts to see how many people are asking about it. There is one post a little ways down that has 1200 comments and counting.

[link to www.facebook.com (secure)]


One interesting one (GLPer?):

"2 missles were shot down by "them" yesterday. One the government played off as the EAS Mishap in hawaii the other was shot down later in the day which is probably what you saw around 10pm The resulting flicker was the EM Pulse from the missle being shot down in the stratosphere by "them."
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Re: Fireball seen from Texas to North Dakota, causing electricity to flicker, car stereo interruption, and blown fuses in hospital beds
And now I'm seeing it blew fuses in multiple hospital beds at a facility near Omaha.

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Blown fuses in hospital beds?
Huh?
are they stuck in the 1950's ?
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yeah, I have no clue how that stuff works. Just repeating what someone on Facebook claimed. lol
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Prolly means circuitbreakers were tripped and generators kicked on, due to surge from the emp/meteor/ufo/missle/sub launched rocket.
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And now I'm seeing it blew fuses in multiple hospital beds at a facility near Omaha.

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going to need to links for the claims you are making
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And now I'm seeing it blew fuses in multiple hospital beds at a facility near Omaha.

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going to need to links for the claims you are making
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Its posts and comments on Facebook. I sent a link to the local news Facebook that has a lot of questions and claims about it. I can't find the one comment about the hospital beds now, I should've taken a screen shot when I was on it. I don't remember who it was... I've been reading a lot of posts about it so kinda been all over the place. And I'm at work, so not taking a bunch of screenshots and uploading.
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Re: Fireball seen from Texas to North Dakota, causing electricity to flicker, car stereo interruption, and blown fuses in hospital beds
I'm seeing a lot of posts on Facebook about a flash in the sky last night around 9 pm CST that had a whirring sound. As it occurred, electricity flickered and some car stereos cut in and out. OPPD in Omaha has a statement that it was a blip in a transmission line. But comments on Facebook sound like it happened from Texas to North Dakota.

At 28 seconds on this video, you can see the flash in the upper left corner.

[link to video.nest.com (secure)]

Did anyone else experience this?
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EMP attacks can do that you know...

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I'm seeing a lot of posts on Facebook about a flash in the sky last night around 9 pm CST that had a whirring sound. As it occurred, electricity flickered and some car stereos cut in and out. OPPD in Omaha has a statement that it was a blip in a transmission line. But comments on Facebook sound like it happened from Texas to North Dakota.

At 28 seconds on this video, you can see the flash in the upper left corner.

[link to video.nest.com (secure)]

Did anyone else experience this?
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EMP attacks can do that you know...

damned
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Was it a failed attempt? It was seen all across the Midwest and lights only flickered. If it was full on EMP everything would be out...
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Power went off here in missouri last night round midnight for a couple minutes.
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Where in Missouri? South central Missouri had no issues.
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Power went off here in missouri last night round midnight for a couple minutes.
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3.6 Mag quake just hit southern Missouri
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Re: Fireball seen from Texas to North Dakota, causing electricity to flicker, car stereo interruption, and blown fuses in hospital beds
I'm seeing a lot of posts on Facebook about a flash in the sky last night around 9 pm CST that had a whirring sound. As it occurred, electricity flickered and some car stereos cut in and out. OPPD in Omaha has a statement that it was a blip in a transmission line. But comments on Facebook sound like it happened from Texas to North Dakota.

At 28 seconds on this video, you can see the flash in the upper left corner.

[link to video.nest.com (secure)]

Did anyone else experience this?
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Is that the only video?


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Im in Omaha, last night my son plugged in his laptop and a few seconds later my power flickered and my satellite dish went out. I was like unplug that laptop right now! Ha good to know! I heard the whirring sound as well. Thought something was wrong.
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one video and facebook posts? So over many states thousands saw this but no video anywhere? no news anywhere but on facebook link?
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Re: Fireball seen from Texas to North Dakota, causing electricity to flicker, car stereo interruption, and blown fuses in hospital beds
I'm seeing a lot of posts on Facebook about a flash in the sky last night around 9 pm CST that had a whirring sound. As it occurred, electricity flickered and some car stereos cut in and out. OPPD in Omaha has a statement that it was a blip in a transmission line. But comments on Facebook sound like it happened from Texas to North Dakota.

At 28 seconds on this video, you can see the flash in the upper left corner.

[link to video.nest.com (secure)]

Did anyone else experience this?
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Is that the only video?


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its the only one I've seen. I've seen some still pictures but haven't done a ton of digging for other videos yet. I am keeping my eye out to see what I can find
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Re: Fireball seen from Texas to North Dakota, causing electricity to flicker, car stereo interruption, and blown fuses in hospital beds
If you have Facebook, you can go here and click on the Visitor Posts to see how many people are asking about it. There is one post a little ways down that has 1200 comments and counting.

[link to www.facebook.com (secure)]


One interesting one (GLPer?):

"2 missles were shot down by "them" yesterday. One the government played off as the EAS Mishap in hawaii the other was shot down later in the day which is probably what you saw around 10pm The resulting flicker was the EM Pulse from the missle being shot down in the stratosphere by "them."
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Can you post a direct link to the story
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Re: Fireball seen from Texas to North Dakota, causing electricity to flicker, car stereo interruption, and blown fuses in hospital beds
Sounds like some form of EMF disruption. Odd
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bump to follow.
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Re: Fireball seen from Texas to North Dakota, causing electricity to flicker, car stereo interruption, and blown fuses in hospital beds
Here's the official explanation...

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"It was the flicker felt round the region, and it had people talking. But what caused the lights to dim Monday night around 9:05 p.m. from Des Moines to Kearney, and beyond, is, in actuality, not so mysterious.

A shield wire, designed to protect transmission lines from lightning, broke loose near OPPDs substation at 36th & Cornhusker in Bellevue, Neb. It dropped down into a conductor. That caused five breakers to trip, and removed the 345-kilovolt line from service."


The video of the flash is from a town about 30 miles away though. And reports of it came from Texas to ND. I could understand reports of just electricity flickering from that explanation, but reports of a flash in the sky for that distance wouldn't make sense. I guess I need to find more video from further away...





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