Massive Explosion Over the UK

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PostSat Sep 22, 2012 2:34 am » by Seahawk

willease666 wrote: :roll: Why don't you help the OP out and fix the spelling of "explosion" in the title?

:roll: Why don't you go start another thread?

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PostSat Sep 22, 2012 2:43 am » by Noentry

Edgar 2.0 wrote:Looks like a perfect night for gay sex on an airplane :

Oh yes

I didn't see nothing in the SE. :top:
Except a couple of lesbians.
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PostSat Sep 22, 2012 3:22 am » by Malogg

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Fkn to frosty here in Aberdeen to bother going outside to look bbbrrr

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PostSat Sep 22, 2012 3:52 am » by Newearthman

Cool :shock:

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PostSat Sep 22, 2012 3:54 am » by Germanpils

willease666 wrote:
Icarus1 wrote:far out

Wait, it gets better...

BBC has a pretty good video too...

@Edgar2.0... :vomit:
What the fuck dude? What does that have to do with anything on this thread?

that looks serious man...

and for the protocol, edgar is an uneducated idiot.
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PostSat Sep 22, 2012 6:52 am » by Soliti

A suspected meteorite shower over Scotland has prompted a flurry of 999 calls from worried members of the public. Concerned callers from Airdrie to Arbroath likened the lights they saw in the sky to flares, fireworks and even a plane crash. Coastguard and police forces up and down the country were inundated with reports from around 11pm on Friday night. A spokesman for Forth Coastguard said: "From talking to other stations and to the RAF it's almost certainly meteorite activity. "Calls came in from all over the place, thick and fast. We've had people report possible plane crashes, and others the weirdest fireworks they've ever seen. "Folk just haven't known how to describe what they've seen. It's quite extraordinary." The spokesman said reports had come from Crail, Johnshaven and Arbroath. Clyde Coastguard said it had received a "flurry" of calls reporting flares seen in Drummore, Airdrie and Brodick on Arran. A spokeswoman said: "When we get it all over and at the same time then we attribute them to meteorites. There was meteorite activity forecast from September 15 to 21." Shetland Coastguard said a report of a flare at 11.10pm at Duncansby Head near John O'Groats was thought to be part of the meteorite shower. ... -36644-GBR

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PostSat Sep 22, 2012 7:12 am » by Boatman

You know it's funny. The other morning, it was still dark, and the glimmer of Dawn was on the horizon i was looking up at the stars, and i noticed something very odd.
I will call it a Meteorite, it was bright blue, the brightest blue i had ever seen, and lasted for about 3-4 seconds, that a long time for a meteorite, it was travelling in an west to East trajectory, and it was pretty big.
I live in the South of England, Newbury.

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PostSat Sep 22, 2012 9:25 am » by Crusader

We. Saw it. It. Was to our right and appeared. To be a series of seven or eight furry horseshoes. My missus saw it for much longer than I did as she sits closest to the windows. She is well pleased as am i.
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