Russian Scientist: UFO collided with Tunguska Meteorite to save Earth

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  1. doctorie
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    This good for a laugh..although I'm not laughing too hard.

    http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,522217,00.html

    fox "news" LOL

    http://macedoniaonline.eu/content/view/6868/56/

    russian "news" lolrotf

    Aliens on earth?...hard to accept.. impossible to disprove.

    I have faith in life in the universe..I just think the odds are against them ever finding earth. Its a REALLY BIG universe.


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    I mark rocks like that all the time. I also walk around the forest wearing a gorilla costume looking kinda like big foot.
     
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    I've heard this theory before and have seen the crater on a discovery channel program or possibly history. I would like to see some larger pictures of the crystals though. As you said, you can't really disprove something like this but also hard to believe. Everything has to start with a theory though.
     
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    I heard it was an antimatter meteor before... they keep changin the story on me!
     
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    it was the antimatter from the aliens that blew it away, but it caused them to crash... it's a good thing the red matter didn't reach the core, or we'd have ended up like vulcan... oh wait
     
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    Maybe we should dedicate a statue to ET at the epicenter of the blast. The tomb of the unknown ET.
     
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    Good thinking!
     
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    That was nice of them.
     

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