I witnessed this strange event on the Big Island of Hawaii recently: The night sky turned to daylight for a few seconds, with no accompanying sound, or not much anyway. It was not loud enough to be thunder for one thing. And it never thunders here at all, in my experience.
I found this reported in two places, and the same thing reported on the east coast around Connecticut.
No reporter has the right to call this a ‘meteor’ without evidence.
I would be more inclined to call it a military operation, if I had to guess.
This is the report:
“Meteors Light-Up Night Sky Along U.S. East Coast, Hawaii
BY WEATHERBOY TEAM METEOROLOGIST – JULY 25, 2019
The American Meteor Society captured numerous reports from those that observed fireballs in the northeastern U.S. and Hawaii hours apart last night.”
The report describes what actually sounds like an incoming missile intercept:
“Roughly 24 hours after a near-miss with a larger asteroid, meteors lit-up the night sky over portions of the U.S. East Coast and Hawaii overnight. According to the American Meteor Society (AMS), more than 350 people reported incident 3151-2019 in Connecticut, Delaware, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, and Vermont last night around 25th 2019 around 11:04pm ET.
Seven hours later, at roughly 12:12am local time in Hawaii, a bright blue flash and rumble startled residents on Hawaii’s Big Island. The Hawaii incident, labeled 3153-2019, was reported to AMS by at least 4 people…”
They don’t offer evidence for the meteor claim.
Hawaii News Now reported lies disseminated by Larry Denneau, a senior engineer at the University of Hawaii’s Institute for Astronomy, who really had no clue when he claimed that “the meteor was likely about the size of a baseball” and yet it had the power to light up the entire sky. He would say that it’s a coincidence of course that the same thing happened on the Atlantic coast.
According to the report Big Island residents “apparently” got the best view of the fireball, which flew by about 12:15 a.m. That word “apparently” has no place in a report like this. There was no fire ball shooting past that I could see. No one reported a shooting ball of fire. Four people reported that it was one large flash. I’m the fifth and I saw the entire sky light up, stay that way for about three to five seconds and disappear in an instant.
The “official” Engineer Denau goes on to add the blatant lie that this happens every few weeks on the Big Island. No it doesn’t. Why not just shut up? Why can they never, ever just tell us the truth?
It can only be that they’re guilty, and can’t admit failure.
So is this why so many Democrats have left for a vacation in Italy?
We do have a great military, that much is certain!