The plasma explosion of a
bolide http://www.brighthub.com/science/space/articles/115001.aspx is
what is being claimed at Chelyabinsk and Cuba.
"Bolides that Explode
Exploding bolides are also called detonating fireballs. The reason
why some bolides explode has to do with the composition of the object.
If the internal composition is water-ice then the bolide will likely explode.
This is because as the meteor enters the Earth's atmosphere and begins
to descend, ram pressure generates a shock wave produced by the compression
of gases in the Earth's atmosphere. This ram pressure causes the meteor
to heat up which causes the water-ice inside the meteor to boil and when
it reaches a critical stage it explodes violently, fragmenting the object
into much smaller pieces. The smaller pieces will burn up through the
atmosphere, seldom causing any injury to humans or damage to property."
The above scenario leaves very few fragments as in the comet explosion
over Tunguska in 1908 http://www.physics.purdue.edu/people/faculty/yekim/1908_Tunguska_Kim.pdf
. Since the entire projectile is the explosion it tends to leave very
few fragments, unlike Chelyabinsk which left 2 masses almost equal to
the original in size.
"Christopher Chyba and others have proposed a process whereby a
stony meteorite could have exhibited the behavior of the Tunguska impactor.
Their models show that when the forces opposing a body's descent become
greater than the cohesive force holding it together, it blows apart, releasing
nearly all its energy at once. The result is no crater, and damage distributed
over a fairly wide radius, all of the damage being blast and thermal.
Three-dimensional numerical modelling of the Tunguska impact done
by Utyuzhnikov and Rudenko in 2008 supports the comet hypothesis. According
to their results, the comet matter dispersed in the atmosphere, while
the destruction of the forest was caused by the shock wave." http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tunguska_event
All of the above references show virtually very little to no fragments
remain from bollide explosions. But, at Chelyabinsk we have an explosion
more similar to an explosion on solid rock with large fragments emerging.
It's no secret that Chelyabinsk is home to top secret research and
is virtually surrounded by other top secret research cities.
"Chelyabinsk has had a long association (since the 1940s) with top-secret
nuclear research, though this is more properly applicable to Chelyabinsk
Oblast as a whole, as nuclear facilities such as Chelyabinsk-70 are, or
were, located far outside the city.
"Chelyabinsk is an industrial city about the same size as New Orleans.
Andrey says it's surrounded by other off-limits cities where top secret
work is done,..." http://www.fox8live.com/story/21221039/a-local-man-from-chelyabinsk-reacts-to-meteor-strike-near-his-family
Enter: "Anti-Ballistic Missile - Gazelle:
53T6 (NATO reporting name: ABM-3 Gazelle, previously SH-08) is
a Russian anti-ballistic missile which works as part of the A-135 anti-ballistic
missile system. It was designed in early 1980s and put in service in 1995.
The missile is able to intercept incoming re-entry vehicles at a
distance of up to 80100 km. 53T6 is a two-staged solid-propellant missile
armed with 10 kt nuclear warhead. The missile is about 10 meters in length
and 1 meter in diameter. Its launch weight is 10 tons.
The 53T6 missile is kept in silo-based launch container. Prior to
launch its cover is blown off.
It was last tested in October 2009. The Gazelle is a follow-on
development of the ABM-1 Galosh." http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/53T6
Unverified close up of meteor, if verified would be documented proof
of missile. http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=WaQIPBqoQ-Q
Watch the Flash and the Blast Wave - also note the timing is consistent
with flash and then a pressure wave - not some sonic boom from breaking
the sound barrier: http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/video/2013/feb/15/meteor-shards-russia-explosion-video
"Experts have been scouring a 50-foot hole in a frozen lake on the
outskirts of Chelyabinsk, in the Urals, believed to have been carved out
when the fireball crashed to the ground.
And after three days of combing the ice for clues, they have finally
unearthed fragments of stone which each have a strong magnetic field and
emit unusually high traces of radiation - clear signs that it came from
So we have evidence of significant mass leaving a 50 foot hole -
not consistent with a bolide explosion and radiation which would have
to be present in a nuked meteor and might be present in some meteors .
Providing the unverified video hasn't been 'touched' up, there is
significant evidence a missile was used at Chelyabinsk. This would have
had to have been an automatic response since the entire response from
start to interception was less than 20 seconds.
The barely noted meteor explosion in Cuba is very similar to the
Russian explosion. Brief heat signature in the sky followed by an explosion
which one Cuban described the explosion as brighter than 10 suns. Was
another meteor caught in a Russian anti-ballistic missile response network?
Ed Ward, MD - http://edwardmd.wordpress.com/ ;
Judy Wood's cold fusion scam
Update: Proven 9-11 Nukes -
Correction: 9-11 WTCs 1, 2, 6, and 7 Neutron Nuked.
by Ed Ward, MD