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Possible Meteor Impact In The Gulf Of Mexico

Tuesday, March 7, 2017 12:11
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If many of you can remember back to 2007 and 2008 you will see and you will remember meteors that break the sound barrier were almost non-existent according to the American Meteor Society database. How and why that number today averages around 400 fireball reports per year is anyone’s guess. Why so many meteors are breaking the sound barrier is always open for speculation. However, I should caution you not to skip over the obvious explanation in favor of something more obscure.

Equally perplexing is how and why a giant fireball over Texas gets reported on every major news network. Yet, a week later an object equally as impressive, that may have impacted the Gulf of Mexico, gets zero attention.

The latest event occurring on or about March 3rd or 4th 2017 is discussed in the video below. Also discussed are the reasons for why Earth’s meteor right craters appear to align vertically, all over the globe. As the video correctly points out Earth has been averaging sonic booms from fireballs in numbers that seem impressive.

Whatever the reason for the sudden and sharp increase in these fireballs you need to know they are happening.


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