Something never seen before captured on video

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I love Twitter and that almost everyone in the world has a video recording device on them


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Did I ever tell you I made a cloud buster?

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No photo, it was a time when cameras and film and developing pictures cost a lot of money


Money that was better spent on metal tubes
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Back on topic

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OK that wasn’t video

But this

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And some peeps don’t even look at Twitter!

I see a dozen novel things each day before breakfast
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cloulds.jpg
Taken on I 70 yesterday.
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robinson wrote: Tue Aug 11, 2020 1:47 pm Back on topic

Kinda weird, but it looks like that explosion was set off from the top of a tower.

It's not clear, but there appear to be some guy wires that were supporting the tower.

What does everyone else think?
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It seems these light Unicorn floats make good sailboats, and a child on one takes off faster than anyone can swim when the wind comes up


While not filmed this exact same thing has happened multiple times now
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Hotarubi wrote: Thu Aug 13, 2020 6:23 pm
robinson wrote: Tue Aug 11, 2020 1:47 pm Back on topic

Kinda weird, but it looks like that explosion was set off from the top of a tower.

It's not clear, but there appear to be some guy wires that were supporting the tower.

What does everyone else think?
It doesn't look like a bomb. It looks like the building was sliced diagonally. If it's real at all, seems more likely that it was a high speed meteor, but if that were the case, there should have been a crater and a lot more destruction....unless the energy and mass of the meteor were just enough to slice the building in half but not enough to make it to the ground. But the again strange coincidences can happen.
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