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niko 02-16-2013 11:36 PM

How come conspiracy theorists aren't jumping on this meteor thing?
 
The video wasn't clear, the impact spot looks ridiculously small (it made a small hole in the ice?) a similar object was spotted in California, it came the same day scientists said an asteroid was harmlessly passing by.

People make 2,079 separate connections in things that absolutely would make no sense as a conspiracy but not one of you things this might have been a misfired weapon, pieces breaking off of an asteroid, an alien attack, the US retaliating against Russia, just something. Nothing at all?

boozehound 02-16-2013 11:43 PM

Re: How come conspiracy theorists aren't jumping on this meteor thing?
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by niko
The video wasn't clear, the impact spot looks ridiculously small (it made a small hole in the ice?) a similar object was spotted in California, it came the same day scientists said an asteroid was harmlessly passing by.

People make 2,079 separate connections in things that absolutely would make no sense as a conspiracy but not one of you things this might have been a misfired weapon, pieces breaking off of an asteroid, an alien attack, the US retaliating against Russia, just something. Nothing at all?

FYI


Not real, but still kinda funny

miller-time 02-16-2013 11:43 PM

Re: How come conspiracy theorists aren't jumping on this meteor thing?
 
They have like 10 conspiracies on the go at the moment. I just don't think they can handle the load.

niko 02-16-2013 11:44 PM

Re: How come conspiracy theorists aren't jumping on this meteor thing?
 
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Originally Posted by boozehound
FYI


Wow. That's a good one. Totally ties everything together in a way that makes no sense, and if it was a real plot, is 10,000 harder than a lot of other things you could do.

I LOVE IT.

Shit i just saw you say its not real. Note: What does that say about Fox News that i believed that so quickly?

boozehound 02-17-2013 12:15 AM

Re: How come conspiracy theorists aren't jumping on this meteor thing?
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by niko
Wow. That's a good one. Totally ties everything together in a way that makes no sense, and if it was a real plot, is 10,000 harder than a lot of other things you could do.

I LOVE IT.

Shit i just saw you say its not real. Note: What does that say about Fox News that i believed that so quickly?

yeah, it is only too believable as a fox news slant, even though it really makes no sense.

miller-time 02-17-2013 12:21 AM

Re: How come conspiracy theorists aren't jumping on this meteor thing?
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by niko
Shit i just saw you say its not real. Note: What does that say about Fox News that i believed that so quickly?


lol I didn't even read it. I just saw fox news and scrolled straight on past it.

andgar923 02-17-2013 12:22 AM

Re: How come conspiracy theorists aren't jumping on this meteor thing?
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by niko
The video wasn't clear, the impact spot looks ridiculously small (it made a small hole in the ice?) a similar object was spotted in California, it came the same day scientists said an asteroid was harmlessly passing by.

People make 2,079 separate connections in things that absolutely would make no sense as a conspiracy but not one of you things this might have been a misfired weapon, pieces breaking off of an asteroid, an alien attack, the US retaliating against Russia, just something. Nothing at all?

I was actually telling my coworkers (half kidding) that what if we're told it's a meteorite but it isn't?

I also think that if we lived in a different era (ancient times like 5 years ago before YouTube and cell phones everywhere) we may not have heard or known about this. But the overwhelming footage is hard to dispute. Years ago this may have been brushed off, and it would've gone down as yet another instance in which only alternative media reports and those that believe in it are nuts. The "real" media would've either ignored it, or claimed it was something else. Or how they usually do at the end of the newscast and make it seem like a joke.

n00bie 02-17-2013 12:51 AM

Re: How come conspiracy theorists aren't jumping on this meteor thing?
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by niko
The video wasn't clear, the impact spot looks ridiculously small (it made a small hole in the ice?) a similar object was spotted in California, it came the same day scientists said an asteroid was harmlessly passing by.

People make 2,079 separate connections in things that absolutely would make no sense as a conspiracy but not one of you things this might have been a misfired weapon, pieces breaking off of an asteroid, an alien attack, the US retaliating against Russia, just something. Nothing at all?


3 meteors in 1 day (russia, cuba, San Fran) & the closest a massive asteroid has ever been to the earth on the same day? Have to admit it's a little weird.

n00bie 02-17-2013 12:55 AM

Re: How come conspiracy theorists aren't jumping on this meteor thing?
 
Also, this vid looks like something was "shot" at the meteor.

http://youtu.be/90Omh7_I8vI

Not sure how legit that video is, but it looks pretty interesting. Right before the meteor "exploded", you see something hit the meteor from behind.

andgar923 02-17-2013 12:57 AM

Re: How come conspiracy theorists aren't jumping on this meteor thing?
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by n00bie
3 meteors in 1 day (russia, cuba, San Fran) & the closest a massive asteroid has ever been to the earth on the same day? Have to admit it's a little weird.


I honestly didn't know of this.

Time to hit up not Alex Jones but worse……

http://www.davidicke.com

andgar923 02-17-2013 01:03 AM

Re: How come conspiracy theorists aren't jumping on this meteor thing?
 
A quick look and Icke posted this:

Quote:

Remember ... Remember ... Remember

'American aerospace executive Dr Carol Rosin worked in the 1970s with Dr Wernher von Braun, the German rocket scientist I mentioned earlier, who was employed by NASA after the Second World War.

She said that he told her when he knew he was dying of cancer that there was a plan to introduce a series of fake enemies to justify the weaponisation of space (and a lot more, in truth).

They would be, in order: the Soviet Union; terrorists; Third World country 'crazies' - 'countries of concern' in current parlance; asteroids; and the last one would be a threat of an 'alien' invasion. Von Braun told her not to believe any of this when it happened because it would all be a lie and a hoax.'

A quick search proved she is legit.

n00bie 02-17-2013 01:04 AM

Re: How come conspiracy theorists aren't jumping on this meteor thing?
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by andgar923
I honestly didn't know of this.

Time to hit up not Alex Jones but worse……

http://www.davidicke.com


I think the fact that the news didn't jump on the story of "3 meteorites in 1 day" makes it a little suspicious imo.

At first, I thought it'd be normal to have objects fall to earth because of the big "asteroid" that came historically close to earth the same day. Small objects tend to surround, or trail big objects.

But the fact that media doesn't mention anything makes it kind of shady. :confusedshrug:

rezznor 02-17-2013 05:11 AM

Re: How come conspiracy theorists aren't jumping on this meteor thing?
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by niko
The video wasn't clear, the impact spot looks ridiculously small (it made a small hole in the ice?) a similar object was spotted in California, it came the same day scientists said an asteroid was harmlessly passing by.

People make 2,079 separate connections in things that absolutely would make no sense as a conspiracy but not one of you things this might have been a misfired weapon, pieces breaking off of an asteroid, an alien attack, the US retaliating against Russia, just something. Nothing at all?

the truth

Jackass18 02-17-2013 02:25 PM

Re: How come conspiracy theorists aren't jumping on this meteor thing?
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by niko
Shit i just saw you say its not real. Note: What does that say about Fox News that i believed that so quickly?


Maybe that says more about you than about Fox News.

fiddy 02-17-2013 02:52 PM

Re: How come conspiracy theorists aren't jumping on this meteor thing?
 
http://en.ria.ru/russia/20130216/179...rals-Lake.html

Still no piece of the meteorite has been recovered.


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