Fireball meteors emit unique radio wa...

Fireball meteors emit unique radio wave signals

There are 2 comments on the New Scientist story from Jun 4, 2014, titled Fireball meteors emit unique radio wave signals. In it, New Scientist reports that:

After 50 years of trying, physicists have tuned in to the radio waves emitted by fireballs streaking through Earth's atmosphere.

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#1 Jun 4, 2014
Those who wear tin foil hats now have their answer!


Since: Feb 08

Santa Fe, NM

#2 Jun 4, 2014
They are not fireballs, but UFOs disguised as fireballs. The radio signals from these objects are actually encrypted communications with the secret government agency that is collaborating with the aliens to prepare for the invasion, conquering and enslavement of humanity.

All this is being done in parallel with the spraying of mind-numbing chemtrials that will incapacitate most people from being able to resist the invasion.

Resistance is futile.

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