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The Case of the Vanishing Meteors

March 24, 2013

russian craterDid you know there are lots of reports of hissing meteors, electromagentic meteors, nuclear explosive yielding meteors?  Some meteors are as bright as the sun and other meteors appear to accelerate, blink off and on and change direction?  Does this really sound like the behavior of metal and rock to you?

Why is it that most all of the largest meteorite craters on Earth have relatively little meteorite stuff lying around?  Does tens of thousands of tons of material just vaporize?  If the object vaporized in the air, why such a big hole??

From the American Meteor Website:

Meteoroids of more than about 10 tons (9,000 kg) will retain a portion of their original speed, or cosmic velocity, all the way to the surface. A 10-ton meteroid entering the Earth’s atmosphere perpendicular to the surface will retain about 6% of its cosmic velocity on arrival at the surface. For example, if the meteoroid started at 25 miles per second (40 km/s) it would (if it survived its atmospheric passage intact) arrive at the surface still moving at 1.5 miles per second (2.4 km/s), packing (after considerable mass loss due to ablation) some 13 gigajoules of kinetic energy.

Currently, the fastest commercially available rifle round is the 220 Swift, which travels around 1.3 km/s.  So bullets, which are made of soft metal do not “vaporize” into thin air when you shoot them into a tree or the ground.  So why does a 10,000 TON meteorite mostly vaporize?  I have not heard of any pieces of the Russian meteor found yet over a few pounds.  Why did the Tunguska object, which resulted in an explosion up to 500 times larger than the recent Russian object, also appear to vaporize?  All that was found were a bunch of empty holes in the ground.

From Wilkipedia

tunguskaThe spectacle that confronted Kulik as he stood on a ridge overlooking the devastated area was overwhelming. To the explorers’ surprise, no crater was to be found. There was instead around ground zero a vast zone (8 kilometres [5.0 mi] across) of trees scorched and devoid of branches, but standing upright. Those farther away had been partly scorched and knocked down in a direction away from the centre. Much later, in the 1960s, it was established that the zone of leveled forest occupied an area of some 2,150 square kilometres (830 sq mi), its shape resembling a gigantic spread-eagled butterfly with a “wingspan” of 70 kilometres (43 mi) and a “body length” of 55 kilometres (34 mi).[21] Upon closer examination, Kulik located holes which he erroneously concluded were meteorite holes; however, he did not have the means at this time to excavate the holes.

If you are at ground zero, why would those trees still be standing?  If you are standing at ground zero of a 15 MEGATON bomb blast, wouldn’t you fall on your ass?

During the next ten years there were three more expeditions to the area. Kulik found several dozens of little “pothole” bogs, each some 10 to 50 metres (33 to 160 ft) in diameter, that he thought might be meteoric craters. After a laborious exercise in draining one of these bogs (the so-called “Suslov’s crater”, 32 metres [105 ft] in diameter), he found there was an old stump on the bottom, ruling out the possibility that it was a meteoric crater. In 1938, Kulik arranged for an aerial photographic survey of the area[22] covering the central part of the leveled forest (some 250 square kilometres [97 sq mi]).[23] The negatives of these aerial photographs (1,500 negatives, each 18 by 18 centimetres [7.1 by 7.1 in]) were burned in 1975 by order of Yevgeny Krinov, then Chairman of the Committee on Meteorites of the USSR Academy of Sciences.[23] It was done under the pretext that they were a fire hazard, but the truth may have been the active dislike by official meteorite specialists of anything associated with an unyielding enigma. However, positive imprints would be preserved for further studies in the Russian city of Tomsk.[24]

Meteor1whitecourtThis huge sinkhole in Canada is now thought to be a meteorite crater because bits and pieces of something have been found.  That is an awfully big depression.

The meteorites found around the crater have sharp edges, which tell researchers a story about what might have happened to the meteor before it hit the ground. …The rock was ripped apart on impact or at a low altitude,” Herd said. “Otherwise the atmospheric pressure would have rounded (the edges of the meteorites)

There ought to be a very big hunk of iron there somewhere, but NOT.

The Arizona meteor crater looks a lot like a big square sinkhole.  Square??  Again, where is the missing meteorite stuff?? I can think of some overlapping quantum orbit patterns that might result in a square area of decay.

From Wilkepedia:

It was not until 1960 that later research by Eugene Merle Shoemaker would confirm Barringer’s [meteorite] hypothesis. The key discovery was the presence in the crater of the minerals coesite and stishovite, rare forms of silica found only where quartz-bearing rocks have been severely shocked by an instantaneous overpressure. It cannot be created by volcanic action; the only known mechanism of creating it is through an impact event (or artificially through a nuclear explosion).[21][22]

1024px-Meteor_Crater_Panorama_near_Winslow,_Arizona,_2012_07_11You see, dark matter micro black holes can generate Beta decay and Low Energy Nuclear Reactions at their surface and can transmute any of the minerals you see listed above.

Hissing

Sound generated by a meteor in the upper atmosphere, such as a sonic boom, is typically delayed for many seconds after the meteor disappears. Occasionally, as with the Leonid meteor showerof 2001,”crackling”, “swishing”, or “hissing” sounds have been reported,[31] occurring at the same instant as a meteor flare. Similar sounds have also been reported during intense displays of Earth’s auroras.[32][33][34][35]

So why are the Earth’s auroras hissing??  Ah ha, because they also contain much of the same STUFF.  It is electromagnetic and thermodynamic Vacuum STUFF.  It is Dark ENERGY STUFF and it is a massive amount of energy.

I am going to link you to the video once again of that little girl before the 2011 Virginia Earthquake.  I believe that “swishing” sound is actually a SUCKING sound from vacuum energy from a micro black hole entering the Earth and triggering the subsequent earthquake as it weakened the Earth thru beta decay.

Godspeed

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