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Social media is awash with theories about the origin and purpose of a strange, smooth, solid object, which landed on a tree in Veracruz, Mexico, the night of July 31.

Isidro Cano Luna, a television meteorologist reporting on the mystery, says locals described the sphere making a sound as it fell, but releasing no fire.

He posted several messages to his more than 132,000 followers about the object, along with photos of what appears to be a dull, yellow sphere the size of a large beach ball perched atop a tree.

https://news.yahoo.com/metallic-mystery-orb-fell-sky-192900058.html?

May be an image of outdoors

Photo: Isidro Cano Facebook

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If you capture the barcode on your phone's camera using Google Lens, it will ID the item.

Something like:  "Venusian probe"

......followed by a sponsored ad saying:

"For the best selection of Venusian Probe search eBay now!"

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Oh brother,

I was gonna say wouldnt space junk be charred and pummel through the tree not come to rest on it as if gently placed there.

Then i read the looney story and can come to only one rational conclusion...this is smoking gun proof ET is here and that glowing finger isnt gonna be dialing phones...JK.

This is a rather stupid hoax only the uber credulous will fall for, oh, reminds me, wheres papaG?

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A guy has been leading efforts to get to the bottom of it and he cannot tell the difference between metal and plastic?    He didn't have a magnet?  

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It looks like a buoy probably blown in from some kind of storm.
Veracruz is a coastal city in the heart of hurricane territory.
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Blowed by the wind Light ? Picture of an Hotel in Veracruz:

Hotel Camino Real Veracruz - 5 HRS star hotel in Veracruz (Veracruz de  Ignacio de la Llave)

Street light in Veracruz stuck in some overgrowth ?

 

veracruz zocalo

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Are those two crappy photos from his Facebook the only images we have of this?

Surely someone else has more photos/video.

Why didn’t he return in daylight to take more photos?

Could be a payload from a high altitude balloon or something similar.

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6 hours ago, HSlim said:

so.......
alien balls dropped?

Obviously, the Greys are telepathic, but I can imagine their psychic voices dropping an octave or two. :yes:

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22 hours ago, the13bats said:

Oh brother,

I was gonna say wouldnt space junk be charred and pummel through the tree not come to rest on it as if gently placed there.

Then i read the looney story and can come to only one rational conclusion...this is smoking gun proof ET is here and that glowing finger isnt gonna be dialing phones...JK.

This is a rather stupid hoax only the uber credulous will fall for, oh, reminds me, wheres papaG?

 

6 hours ago, switchopens said:

It looks like a buoy probably blown in from some kind of storm.
Veracruz is a coastal city in the heart of hurricane territory.

It fell from the sky apparently. The original article i read had something about a slot in it an the contents only being revealed at the right time. They talked about it like it is a known process dealing with these and described but didn't mention the origin. They said a foreign agency already took it from the mexican navy like that day.

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6 hours ago, jethrofloyd said:

Oh that one was hilarious.

Embellishment and BS ran amuck.

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51 minutes ago, Nnicolette said:

 

It fell from the sky apparently. The original article i read had something about a slot in it an the contents only being revealed at the right time. They talked about it like it is a known process dealing with these and described but didn't mention the origin. They said a foreign agency already took it from the mexican navy like that day.

Yes, i read that too however my take away was the writer was full of bull looney or both.

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2 hours ago, the13bats said:

Yes, i read that too however my take away was the writer was full of bull looney or both.

Yeah it was pretty obviously pure speculation on his part.

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It wouldn't have been so well preserved if it was from space I think. It would have burned up in the atmosphere. Somebody suggested a blown away buoy. That sounds more likely I think.

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On 8/3/2022 at 6:10 PM, the13bats said:

Oh brother,

I was gonna say wouldn't space junk be charred and pummel through the tree not come to rest on it as if gently placed there.

Then i read the looney story and can come to only one rational conclusion...this is smoking gun proof ET is here and that glowing finger isn't gonna be dialing phones...JK.

This is a rather stupid hoax only the uber credulous will fall for, oh, reminds me, wheres papaG?ey

Hey Bats check this out before, someone outside the forum deletes it. :w00t:

Holy Crap dude we could under Biological Attack, this is freaky man!!:w00t:

However. when this Spheres hit the ground they release a colorless, odorless gas that can be hissing out of these Spheres! 

Spoiler

This is meant as a joke nothing more :angry::D so don't ask for a link dam it !!!!!!!!!:D

These photos were taken, by an known news correspondent, who disappeared. These photos were found inside his pillow case!

See the source image

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Follow Up: 

It wasn't taken away by the Navy or anyone else, because the object was part of a construction project in a totally different part of the country to where they claimed, and it is not at the top of a tree, but in overgrown bushes. 
People have been taking pictures of it to prove it was a hoax.

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