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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 - 2014-11-20
But...Where's the kaboom? There was supposed to be an earth-shattering kaboom
yogarfield - 2014-11-20
Light made the track team, Sound was just a waterboy.

The Mothership - 2014-11-20
Best comment this week, took the words right out of my mouth, tot.

fedex - 2014-11-20
It'\s the ghost of Timothy McVeigh come to wreak vengeance on you all.
SteamPoweredKleenex - 2014-11-20
Apparently the Sooner population needs more dashcams if we're going to properly document meteors.
infinite zest - 2014-11-20
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 - 2014-11-20
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 - 2014-11-20
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 - 2014-11-20
do your states regularly catch fire?

EvilHomer - 2014-11-20
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 - 2014-11-20
Something like 50 tons of meteors are burned up in the atmosphere every day, so probably not.

Old People - 2014-11-20
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 - 2014-11-20
Portrait mode

jimmyboblahey - 2014-11-21
operation Blue Bird is in full affect
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