Saturday, November 22, 2014

UFO? Meteor? Blast? Massive light flash over Russian Urals stuns locals, scientists (DASHCAM)

It seems even scientists are unable to explain this bright orange burst of light that lit up the night sky in Russia’s Sverdlovsk region in the Urals. Some are thinking perhaps it's a fireball caused by an asteroid’s collision with the Earth's atmosphere. X-Files anyone?? (See 2nd vid). We're wondering if that massive sinkhole (see twitter pics further below) is related to it in anyway... hmmm...

Dark evening skies in the town of Rezh in Sverdlovsk region near Russia's Ekaterinburg turned bright orange for some ten seconds on November 14, with the event being caught on several cameras by the locals.
Theories of what might have caused the “blast” appeared both on social and traditional media, with a new meteorite or military exercise in the region being among the top guesses. Regional emergency services said no accidents in connection with the event had been recorded. No sound of explosion has been reported either. - RT


Giant sinkhole swallows up old mine in Russia's Urals

A sinkhole 20 by 30 meters (65 by 98 feet) in size has been found near a Uralkali mine in Russia's Perm region. While the company says the development is of no further threat, locals fear the whole nearby town could go underground. The sinkhole was first discovered by Uralkali's Solikamsk-2 mine workers on November 18. According to local emergency services, it's located some two miles from the mine itself, in an old abandoned mine. - RT

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