|Flaming Meteor Streaks across Texas|
|by Tom McGregor||Thu, Feb 2, 2012, 05:34 AM|
UFO conspiracy theorists may have thought a space alien invasion was striking the Lone Star state on Wednesday evening, but it turns out that it was just a meteor. The Federal Aviation Administration announced a bright, streaking light observed in the skies over parts of Texas and Oklahoma was a meteor.
According to the Houston Chronicle, “FAA spokesman Lynn Lunsford said late Wednesday the agency had received reports from people who saw the object about 8 p.m. as far north as Oklahoma City and as far south as Houston.”
Lunsford disclosed that officials from the FAA understood it wasn’t an airplane that people were witnessing and hence a meteor seemed to be the most likely candidate.
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written by Rod Munch , February 02, 2012
UFO CONSPIRACY THEORISTS!!! HAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!! Well, I guess we can't all be as smart as Tom McGregor who knows for a fact that Earth humans are the only intelligent beings in the entire universe and since we can't do space travel, it's not being done at all.
Oh, hey Tom! Which UFO conspiracy theorists thought there was a space alien invasion in Texas? As far as I can see, everyone thought it was a meteor. Please show everyone your commitment to high journalistic standards and back up your accusation with the facts.
Oh, that's right. You have no such concept. If you did, I wouldn't have to ask you to show it. Silly me. HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!
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