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Re: Planet X: TUNGUSKA as Example

In Article <> Thierry Luxorion wrote:
> In Article <> Garvin wrote:
>> Nancy Lieder wrote:
>>>   Comets and meteors do NOT explode when
>>>   encountering Earth's atmosphere
>>  guess allende and holbrook meteorites aren't proof
>>  then that meteors explode.
> Some meteors exploded well in the atmosphere and
> NORAD is monitoring their effects.
> Check PDF on their website and on the one of LLNL.
> You can also add the Lugo event and the event of 1995 over Peterson airbase :
> Both meteors (bolids) exploded in the air.

The Zetas wish to comment.

    And what is the sum of these explosions?
    Earthquakes?  The Tunguska related quakes were
    ASCRIBED to the explosion, when of course they
    were the cause of the explosion.  Downed forests?
    The Tunguska explosion was supposed to have
    occurred close enough to the surface of the Earth
    to create a butterfly pattern, but far enough out to
    disburse meteor fragments.  What NORAD is tracking
    is NONE of these, nor do they even come close.  Do
    comets, those dirty snowballs that are melting ice and
    frozen pockets of gas melt, burn off, as they approach
    the Sun, a practice called outgassing?  Indeed, and the
    same scenario occurs if an icy meteor enters the
    Earth's atmosphere.  The shooting stars you see are
    solid matter, but if containing frozen liquid or trapped
    gasses, minor explosions would occur.

    But this is not of a magnitude that would account for
    Tunguska.  Please explain the LARGEST such
    explosion monitored, and equate this to Tunguska.