Avoiceinthecrowd Posted May 28, 2020 Share Posted May 28, 2020 (edited) Meteor showers are seen often enough by the masses to confidently assume they exist. Where are the debris landing? Given that many may be consumed to ash before impacting the ground where are all the broken car windows, transpierced roof shingles, pedestrians struck, farm animals injured, boat decks damaged, or just simply having one hit the ground in front of people. Where do their trajectories end? Airliners crisscross the skies yet appear to not be affected by all these so-called flaming hot space mineral debris. Some say they heard them. Officially we are told that the space traversed by a ball earth in its orbit around the sun intersects with asteroid fields. Causing them to enter our atmosphere and glow from the friction of the atmosphere. The flat earth does not travel so we need another explanation. Are they glass fragments released by elve plasma events in the dome above? I doubt very much that raining molten material raining down in sprites would accelerate to the high speeds observed. Has anyone ever stop-action photographed these racing glowing objects at these altitudes to confirm a mineral constitution? I have seen videos taken by drones while executing agricultural surveillance duties where a frame by frame examination of a faint blurr turned out to be a very fast ufo object. Sometimes quite small in size. Speeds estimated near 5000 to 10,000 mph. How many of these fast movers evade detection by the naked eye on account of their speed? In a flat earth model these shooting stars are not coming from the vacuum of a deep space, they are too fast to be falling plasma and glass from a dome sprite. They glow, they are fast, they do not impact the ground, and some generate sound. No craft we have ever built can go that fast. Edited May 28, 2020 by Avoiceinthecrowd Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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