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Report: Meteor Crash In Cuba -BREAKING

Report: Meteor Crash In Cuba -BREAKING

February 15th, 2013

Cuba, 15.02.2013 Residents of a locality ‘in the central region of Cuba said they had seen an object that fell from the sky and exploded with a great noise, which shook the houses of the place: it is learned from testimonies collected by local television. In service published this morning by Rodas, town in the province of Cienfuegos, witnesses described a very bright light that has come to have large size, comparable to that of a bus, before exploding in the sky.

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Cuba Update: Apparently, another potential meteor crash may have happened in Cuba today. Related? From the foreign language news site: "In a report released this morning by Rodas, town in the province of Cienfuegos, witnesses described a very bright light that has come to have large size, comparable to that of a bus, before exploding in the sky."

"it was really unexpectedly. it shined like 10 suns. all my windows in my house was broken. people was in panic in first hours. it's not funny, really. But people is calm now." - Facebook comment on CNN article

Read more: http://beforeitsnews.com/space/2013/02/meteor-crashes-in-cub...

BREAKING NEWS: - Via Drudge Report

Vladimir Zhivinosky denies meteorite, claims U.S. weapons test

15 February 2013 15:51 ]

Moscow. Farid Akberov – APA. Russian nationalist lawmaker Vladimir Zhirinovsky, long known for his flamboyance and outrageous remarks, said Friday that meteorite fragments had not rained down on Russia in the morning, but that the light flashes and tremors in several of the country’s regions resulted from US weapons tests, APA reports quoting RIA Novosti.

“Those aren’t meteors falling, it’s the Americans testing new weapons,” Zhirinovsky, leader of the Liberal Democratic Party, told journalists several hours after the Emergencies Ministry began issuing statements on the incident, which has injured hundreds and damaged scores of buildings.

He also said US Secretary of State John Kerry had wanted to warn Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov about the “provocation” on Monday, but couldn’t reach him – a reference to US State Department comments earlier this week that Kerry had spent several days trying to speak to Lavrov by phone to discuss North Korea and Syria.


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Cuba is so lucky

What an incredible economic stimulus that is for them! At least according to Paul Krugman

Not that I agree with the Liberal Democratic Party rep, but...

wouldn't a meteor shower or asteroid event be a good cover for testing a new weapon?

Chris Indeedski!

Daily Paul cured my abibliophobia.

I see idiot journalists

are not limited to the US.

I realize it must have been a witness who said, presumably in Spanish, that the meteor grew to a size "comparable to that of a bus," but without indicating a distance, a bus can be any size at all, zero to infinity, so the statement is nonsensical. The only information it adds to the story is that the witness is as mentally handicapped as the reporter who quoted him.

(If you have trouble grasping this, consider the apparent size of a school bus seen with you nose pressed into the side of the bus vs. its apparent size sitting on the moon.)

New Hampshire and Ecuador.

Single asteroid worth £60 trillion if it was mined


"Its easier to fool people than to convince them that they have been fooled."
Mark Twain

According to Sitchin's interpretations of the Sumerian texts

their "gods." the Anunnaki, came to Earth nearly a half-million years ago to mine gold that they presumably needed to form a high-altitude shield to protect their own planet's atmosphere.

Assuming for argument that this interpretation is correct and is historic record rather than myth, perhaps the Anunnaki already mined the asteroids.

The Anunnaki history of our solar system is interesting, especially as relates to Earth and the asteroid belt. They said (again according to Sitchin) that the general orbit of the asteroid belt was once the home of Tiamat,a planet roughly twice the size of Earth, that was struck a devastating, somewhat glancing blow billions of years ago by an even larger planet from outside the solar system that had been captured by the Sun in an extremely elliptical orbit. On its repeated intermittent passes this invader messed with other planets' orbits as well.

At any rate, some of the debris from this collision created the asteroid belt while the remaining undemolished portion of the planet was knocked into a new orbit closer to the sun and reshaped itself to become Earth.

If the Anunnaki pieced this chain of events together they must have assayed the asteroids and Earth and concluded many asteroids were actually pieces of Earth. (Some would logically have come from the invader planet as well.)

It has been theorized that heavy metals are rare in the crust of rocky planets because they would tend to concentrate in the core and that only a planet whose core had been breached by impact would be likely to contain any heavy metals in the crust. If both the theory and the Sumerian account as told by Sitchin are valid, then Earth may indeed be a rare case among planets for containing available gold and platinum (lead too we might suppose). It might be far more accessible in the asteroids, in which case it makes sense for the Anunnaki to have mined there first rather than enter the deep gravity well of Earth.

If Cameron et al. find an abundance of precious metals, especially gold, among the closest asteroids, then maybe the Sumerians didn't know what they were talking about :-) Yet there evidence of extremely old mine tailings in South Africa where the Anunnaki were alleged to have mined. Modern gold miners have learned that these ancient tailings often indicate the presence of gold deposits.

(Presumably the ancient gold miners are the same ones who built an amazing network of mysterious stone structures, in what has been called the "largest city ever," over much of southern Africa, doorless circular structures linked by channels that have long been passed off as roadways and cattle corrals but are now being seen in a different light due to the extensiveness of the development and the fact the stone used to build them was quarried some distance away.)

New Hampshire and Ecuador.

This headline keeps making me laugh

Someone posted this earlier:

I keep thinking "Now, now... Cuba is not breaking..." lol!

Love or fear? Choose again with every breath.



If I remember right, we were

If I remember right, we were supposed to have a very close brush with an asteroid in the past couple of days. I was wondering if we'd get meteors along with it. Could these large meteors be caused by a close asteroid?

Look, Up in the Sky! It's a Bird, It's a Plane, It's ....

Fidel Castro having a Super Colon Blow (see: http://www.hulu.com/watch/10304 ).

Is it realated to this?


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Exactly! I had read a week or

Exactly! I had read a week or two ago that we'd be getting a close asteroid flyby. I was wondering if we'd get meteors from it. The last time we had a close one; the one that flew between Earth and the moon also produced a few but I don't remember them being as big as these. I believe one was as big as a bus that broke up before burning up (it was caught on video). You're thinking the same thing I was.

I'm with you guys.

Relatively speaking, it's close, too, *between* us and our satellites. Kinda makes you think!

When we try to pick out anything by itself, we find it hitched to everything else in the Universe.
~ John Muir


It's really amazing how much dis-information makes it's way onto the web from this site... You guys should really get out more.

Yeah, some people should get out more and stop reading

conspiracy sites like National Geographic! :)

When we try to pick out anything by itself, we find it hitched to everything else in the Universe.
~ John Muir


um, no, this is still a report, your fellow members already added :)
what happened to critical thinking and 2nd sources?

I saw one last night here in

I saw one last night here in WV at about 1:30 AM. It was overcast (not a single opening in the sky) and had to have been very bright for me to see it - it just flashed by for a split second, about 1/10 of a second. It must have been a sizable meteor (meteorite) and not a typical "shooting star". That makes the second meteorite I've seen.

I must have seen the one that

I must have seen the one that is being reported in Cuba. I got on Google Earth and aligned the map with the direction I saw it traveling in and it lines-up with Cuba. So, it was traveling approximately North-South.


interesting, thanks

QUESTION: Are These So Called Meteorites Part Of A Much

larger one out there and on the way to Earth....do, do, do ,do, do, do....or is the russian lawmaker right?

has the U.S. been weapons testing?

Time will tell DPers..

Stay tuned...

Hey, this sounds like that Bruce Willis movie...I forgot the name of it...getting brain farts daily now..

We've sent tons of space debris. What goes up comes down.

Meteors are possible.

Weapons testing. We are kept in the dark, yet asked to pay for or borrow for the these programs. Like we need to perfect more weapons.

Governments are the terrors on the block.

Short answer. I don't know!

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Ask Yourself: Could Space Debris Cause This Kind of Collateral

collateral damage, make the kind of sonic boom noise that this made?

Since when

so meteorites leave chemtrails?


To first post: that's a false dilemma. Even though it's odd, a meteor falling to Earth is not at all a freak occurence; this is very likely some random rock that fell out of space, and happened to hit a populated area this time. It's nothing compared to the Tunguska Event, of course, which would've been a much more devastating strike. Now, if a strike of Tunguska magnituted had hit a major city, THEN I would be suspicious. As it is, the "random rock that fell from space" makes way more sense.

To second post: that appears to be a trail of smoke and debris coming off of the meteor. I guess you could call it a "chem trail," since the meteor is made of chemicals, sort of, so any debris or gases left behind would of course be a trail of chemicals.

yeah to second post

It was the simularities in the chem trails of the geoengineering forces and the "meteor", those swirly hook like things that drop down from the trail.. don't disappear.., that I found interesting.

Huge Fireball

Over Japan yesterday


"Its easier to fool people than to convince them that they have been fooled."
Mark Twain

Seen from Belgium

Enormous fireball seen from Belgium, The Netherlands and Germany, 13 February 2013


"Its easier to fool people than to convince them that they have been fooled."
Mark Twain