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50 years on, incident dubbed 'Welsh Roswell' still intrigues


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Seems a bit implausible that a meteorite and an earthquake happened simultaneously together with lights on the sky. Or maybe just a weird coincidence.
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Seems a bit implausible that a meteorite and an earthquake happened simultaneously together with lights on the sky. Or maybe just a weird coincidence.
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2 hours ago, sanchez710 said:

Seems a bit implausible that a meteorite and an earthquake happened simultaneously together with lights on the sky. Or maybe just a weird coincidence.

Earthquake lights aren't that rare. 

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1 hour ago, Piney said:

Earthquake lights aren't that rare. 

No they are not, in fact it's frequently a sign of an upcoming quake.

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13 minutes ago, godnodog said:

No they are not, in fact it's frequently a sign of an upcoming quake.

The electric charges in the quartz is what my "goto" is.

@Doc Socks Junior can educate us more.

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4 hours ago, sanchez710 said:

Seems a bit implausible that a meteorite and an earthquake happened simultaneously together with lights on the sky. Or maybe just a weird coincidence.

It wouldnt be the first time a series of none events set the snowball in motion when it comes to UFOlogys most famous cases.

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Series of coincidences. It happens. Just like the people that believe there were aliens running around a mall in Miami. Rumors start and somehow get legs. Then it won't die like it probably should (especially the Miami mall aLiEnZ).
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32 minutes ago, Piney said:

The electric charges in the quartz is what my "goto" is.

@Doc Socks Junior can educate us more.

So, I know that the piezoelectric effect has been used to explain it.

There's also someone who advocates for crystal defect making some sort of discharge. Some German name guy at NASA. Freund?

Maybe there's a simple role for static electricity.

I know that EQ lights aren't particularly common versus the amount of earthquakes that occur. It's the difficulty with such non-seismic precursors. Maybe it's because the aliens are doing it and there aren't that many aliens.

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4 hours ago, Piney said:

The electric charges in the quartz is what my "goto" is.

@Doc Socks Junior can educate us more.

That all sounds good except for one thing.... the military loading something onto a truck and driving off with it. 

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When you see anything titled " The (fill in the blank) Roswell" you might as well bin it with the rest of the speculative trash.

These incidents are generally, usually, normally just stories that have no valid supporting documentation or evidence. Certainly no corroboration from additional outside sources that would direct further scrutiny or investigation. Just utter nonsense.

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On 1/30/2024 at 6:32 PM, Earl.Of.Trumps said:

That all sounds good except for one thing.... the military loading something onto a truck and driving off with it. 

That all sounds interesting except for one thing... no name of the one single person who claimed that happened. One newspaper said "one local woman" saw this. Most reports of the incident don't even bother to include this claim.

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