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« Reply #165 on: Jun 25th, 2016, 1:30pm »

At 27:20 of this Paracast interview with the head of NUFORC -Peter Davenport --- Davenport talks about the fireball phenomenon.

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« Reply #166 on: Jun 26th, 2016, 2:42pm »

6/18/2016 23:13


http://www.nuforc.org/webreports/127/s127999.html
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« Reply #168 on: Jun 28th, 2016, 3:26pm »

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http://www.nuforc.org/webreports/114/s114599.html

A possible foo fighter transitioning from it's low-power {red} to high-power {white light} phase?
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« Reply #169 on: Jun 29th, 2016, 07:44am »



Just like nothing on earth........................... cool


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« Reply #170 on: Jun 30th, 2016, 3:10pm »

Here's some quotes from a book: UFO's: A History 1952:
January-May

by Loren E. Gross

page 15

"The reason the information of the Green Fireball study {Project Twinkle} had not been declassified and disseminated to interested parties was a very interesting one indeed:

The {Air Force} Scientific Advisory Board Secretariat has suggested that this project not be declassified for a variety of reasons, chief among which is that, no scientific explanation for any of the 'fireballs' and other phenomena was revealed by the report and that some reputable scientists still believe the observed phenomena are man made."

"Man made?"

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« Reply #171 on: Jun 30th, 2016, 4:02pm »

Here's an eyewitness report from the same book: UFO's a History 1952

"METEOR AT 500 FEET"

"Two Sergeants of the Wing Intelligence Section, Hq. 57 Air Division, 924th Bomb Wing, Fairchild Air Force Base, Spokane, Washington, were walking to their quarters 19:20 hours, the 20th of January, one of the Sergeants recalled:

'My attention was called by Sergeant Holm to a unidentified object traveling below the clouds {8/10th coverage at 4,000 feet} at approximately 500 feet. The object was moving silently at a terrific rate of speed as compared to any jet aircraft I have ever seen.

It appeared circular in shape and was brilliant blue-white in color. I estimated that the object was approximately 3/4 mile away, and at the distance from where I stood it appeared to be slightly larger than an orange.

The object left a blue trail which was broken. The trail appeared to be coming from the object in spurts. Height of the clouds was estimated by a beacon light on Fairchild Air Force Base.

The beacon was projected vertically in a stationary position, the flying object travelling parallel to the earth.'"

"After an Air Force investigation...it was concluded:"

'If the object was beneath the cloud it was not a conventional aircraft or meteor and no conclusion can be made as to it's identity,' 20

NOT A CONVENTIONAL AIRCRAFT?

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« Reply #174 on: Jul 1st, 2016, 3:51pm »

quotes from: UFO's: A History- 1952

Page 18

"On February 18, 1952, an aircraft reported 'something' resting on the ocean 14 miles off shore southeast off Savannah, Georgia.

At first believed to be a ship on fire, search teams, both aerial and naval, could find no trace of debris or oil slicks. Weather conditions were perfect and no ships were reported missing or in distress.

The West Coast had its own aerial show the next day with 'meteor maveriks heading the list.

A fiery red-orange thing like a small sun plunged out of the heavens in a conventional manner near Corona, California, but it had a change of mind.

It zigzagged and then swooped upward to return from wherever it had originated. The passing took 15 minutes.68

That same day at Richmond, California, three 'greenish streaks' spotted during a heavy rainfall, were more clearly seen as greenish spheres, when they halted their fall and moved away toward San Francisco.69
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« Reply #176 on: Jul 1st, 2016, 4:08pm »

Erno86
I like your thread,
please don't let the others make you stop,
no matter how rude they get, cos I
am
sure, it will get worse.
I do have one question for you,
the fireballs, always seem to come "in"
at a angle,
do you have a theory,
Y
we do not see, evidence of a "angled" strike
on the moon or on Earth,
I would think it "should" leave evidence of
"angle"
do we see this anywhere in "our"
Solar system?
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« Reply #177 on: Jul 2nd, 2016, 1:43pm »

on Jul 1st, 2016, 4:08pm, MOKSHA wrote:
Erno86
I like your thread,
please don't let the others make you stop,
no matter how rude they get, cos I
am
sure, it will get worse.
I do have one question for you,
the fireballs, always seem to come "in"
at a angle,
do you have a theory,
Y
we do not see, evidence of a "angled" strike
on the moon or on Earth,
I would think it "should" leave evidence of
"angle"
do we see this anywhere in "our"
Solar system?
Mkw

Good question,
I surmise {since I'm not a meteoritic expert}...that meteoritic fireballs are influenced by the gravitational pull of heavenly bodies, so much that the meteor is partial to orbiting a planet or star --- If a meteor or comet fails to orbit...it might or might not come in on a slant trajectory --- either exploding --- due to an atmosphere {if the planet has one}, heavy gravitational tidal pulls, or impacting the surface {if the nickel-iron meteor has sufficient girth and width} if it survives a planetary atmospheric trip; at a sufficient steep angle so as to cause a single impact crater.

Any lesser vector angle nickel-iron meteor impact hits, should cause a tunneling effect onto a hard or muddy surface which --- over time --- should collapse the upper portion of the tunnel like crater; due to erosion or the force of gravity --- Which would make that type of crater very hard to detect, unless it is a fresh one.
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« Reply #178 on: Jul 2nd, 2016, 2:41pm »

For those of you who are interested...

Here's the link to the pdf file --- UFO's: A History 1952: January-May

http://www.cufos.org/UFO_History_Gross/1952_01_05_History.pdf
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« Reply #179 on: Jul 2nd, 2016, 3:08pm »

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