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Category:Educational, Science & Technology
Tags:fireball, Oklahoma, Meteor
Submitted:Albuquerque Halsey
Date:11/20/14
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Comment count is 14
TeenerTot
But...Where's the kaboom? There was supposed to be an earth-shattering kaboom
yogarfield
Light made the track team, Sound was just a waterboy.

The Mothership
Best comment this week, took the words right out of my mouth, tot.

fedex
It'\s the ghost of Timothy McVeigh come to wreak vengeance on you all.
SteamPoweredKleenex
Apparently the Sooner population needs more dashcams if we're going to properly document meteors.
infinite zest
I saw a tiny fireball in the sky that lit up and went away at around 3:30AM or so, pacific time. I wonder if it was the same one. Can you see really bright meteors halfway across the country?
EvilHomer
Don't be silly, IZ. You can't see a really bright candle from a mike away, so how could you see a tiny rock clear across the country?

infinite zest
On clear nights you can see fireballs from states away (like big midwestern states,) so I'm not totally making this up but yeah maybe it was a different one.

Retardo Montebaun
do your states regularly catch fire?

EvilHomer
Sounds like witchcraft to me, IZ. It probably was the same meteor, and you could see it on account of some strange mutant powers the meteor bestowed upon you.

yogarfield
Something like 50 tons of meteors are burned up in the atmosphere every day, so probably not.

Old People
You're shitting me. I had no idea meteors could be so bright. That was actually kind of scary; I kept expecting it to cause an explosion or something. Mind you, I got a B- or less in every science class I ever took, so most shit is more or less magic to me.
Also, who the fuck 4-starred this, and why?
Nominal
Portrait mode

jimmyboblahey
operation Blue Bird is in full affect
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