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Scientists dispute Avi Loeb's 'alien' metallic spherules claim


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Damn straight. They've been falling since the Earth formed and still are.

Run a powerful magnet down the curb of any road where water runs and you'd find them.

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Arizona State University, huh.

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12 hours ago, Piney said:

Damn straight. They've been falling since the Earth formed and still are.

Run a powerful magnet down the curb of any road where water runs and you'd find them.

To my knowledge; there was an object that exploded in the air over that area, years ago. It was heavily classified by usa which invested a lot of money in  reserch and made attempts to retrieve debries, having denied any private companies to do their own investigations until now.

the meteor, IM1, crashed in 2014. The Defense Department confirmed to NASA in 2022 that the velocity of the meteor does “indicate an interstellar trajectory.”Jul 8, 2023

 

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3 hours ago, qxcontinuum said:

To my knowledge; there was an object that exploded in the air over that area, years ago. It was heavily classified by usa which invested a lot of money in  reserch and made attempts to retrieve debries, having denied any private companies to do their own investigations until now.

the meteor, IM1, crashed in 2014. The Defense Department confirmed to NASA in 2022 that the velocity of the meteor does “indicate an interstellar trajectory.”Jul 8, 2023

 

And they are figuring out a lot of materials come from outside the solar system. It doesn't make it " alien technology"

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I'm no scientist, but when things are looked at through a microscope, aren't they supposed to look different from the background?

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