Comment: I really doubt it.

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I really doubt it.

As far as I could make out from the grainy, shaky video was rapid gas expansion that ignited from the perimeter in.

This is consistent with ammonium nitrate when it reaches a certain high temp and suddenly goes volatile. The perimeter source of ignition was the ground fire. So basically I was seeing a gas jet as a lot more material reached critical temp.

A missile at that range and from that perspective might have looked like a pin prick of light.

I consider the missile theory to be the fantastical conjecture of fatigued minds.

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