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February 19, 2013

Filed under: Uncategorized — cobcatnipdew @ 5:05 am

The Extinction Protocol

February 18, 2013FLORIDAFlorida residents reported seeing a flickering light falling off the state’s eastern coast last Tuesday night, raising curiosity over whether Earth has played host to yet another meteor. Crowd-sourced reports on the American Meteor Society’s website generally stated the falling light happened sometime after 6:30 p.m. local time, with sightings from Cocoa, Fla., all the way down to Miami. NBC-6 in Miami showed witness video of a falling, flickering light, burning brighter and moving slower than most small shooting stars. Local media reported that the Broward County Sheriff’s Office and U.S. Coast Guard said they received calls about a flashing light, with the Coast Guard reporting that they couldn’t find a flare or a boat in distress. The Florida sighting joins another sighting off the West Coast on Friday night and, of course, the huge meteor that flashed over Russia’s Ural Mountains on…

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