Monday, March 30, 2009

Sonic Boom? Meteor? Aurora Spy Plane? Aliens? Predators?

I'm not sure how many of you felt or saw this. Obviously our out of area peeps probably don't even know this happened. Let me tell you my experience with it. Around 10pm lastnight Boski was in bed trying to sleep and heard and felt a loud BOOM. It made the house shake. The wife says to me "what the fuck was that?" I said I'm not sure it felt like a sonic boom. Now just for the record Boski has felt a Sonic Boom. When I was a kid NASA was flying an SR-71 Blackbird off of the coast for some research experiment and it was flying faster than sound at a range where the sonic boom was felt in the area. So she says "A sonic boom? What are aliens landing? It wasn't a sonic boom something hit the house." I said oookkk. I walked outside and saw nothing, no car, no branch, nothing. So I check out the news and lots of people in the area felt it. Many saw something. I talked to our HR manager and he was out by his pool hanging out and saw a fire ball of light go streaking by, which was confirmed by many other eye witnesses. So what was it? As they are stating now there were no storms in the area, and NASA, the Navy, and Air Force report no unusual activity. What does Boski think we'll I'm pretty sure it was a Meteor(ite) that probably crashed in the ocean. But since I love conspiracy theories I'm thinking it was some new Government aircraft (checkout Aurora spy plane on wikipedia). Those are my thoughts at least. You can also bring up any local news or paper website to check it out.

5 comments:

nyphon said...

i heard about it on the news this morning and was going to ask you guys, so i'm glad you brought it up. people were calling into the radio station i listen to and they said they saw fireballs flying through the sky. wtf? didn't the air pressure drop really low too?

Prime said...

my mom brought home some article about it being a russian satellite....pure cover up...someone def fired off a missile or something accidentally and they had to detonate that piece

term said...

Satellites have been dying and burning up into the atmosphere quite often lately; I read an article about it not to long ago. All of the older satellites are exceeding their life span and the space agencies just let them burn up in the sky without navigation. I've also read about satellites colliding as of late due to the sheer density of them orbiting the Earth.

Only weird thing would be the noise. No idea on that one.

pex said...

sounds like war of the worlds, the tripods are already buried underground just wait

Staboski said...

I was thinking maybe Optimus Prime? Or fucking Cloverfield. They now think they found the cause, the second stage rocket from the Russian rocket that went up bringing their peeps to the international space station. They said it is like our second stage of our rockets where they burn up upon re-entry. But here is my thing their rocket launched on Thursday, you would think that this second stage would have entered the atmosphere earlier than Sunday night. I'm thinking cover up. Can we get a confirmation from Russia??? I would think they would know where their rocket was going to re-enter and when.