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Old 02-17-2013, 03:53 PM   #18
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Default Re: How come conspiracy theorists aren't jumping on this meteor thing?

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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?

You'd have to show evidence that the supposed meteorite was something different. Can you present the evidence in a clear way that puts reasonable doubt into the official story? If so, then you've got something.......
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