Megacryometeors: Ice Chunks Falling From a Clear Sky!

Megacryometeors: The phenomenon of abnormally large chunks of ice falling from a clear sky is giving rise to an interesting debate. Are they real? Are they from God? Are they a consequence of 'Global Warming'?

Monday, January 29, 2007

San Diego Home Hit by Falling Ice Chunk

This incident occured on January 17, 2007. This home, similar to the Pennsylvania episode on January 20th, was in the direct path of an airport. I keep waiting to hear a follow-up report after lab analysis proves they are from airplanes, but we never do. Neither one of these two were blue in color.

Latest Ice Fall "Outside the Norm," says Federal Investigators

"When the accident happened, police say, no planes were in the area. But now federal investigators are checking their radar and say it's 'outside the norm' for a big chunk of ice to fall from a plane and cause damage like this."

I'd say Mr. local weatherman needs to bone up on is megacryometeor research. Watch video of this story here.

Sunday, January 28, 2007

Enormous Block of Ice Destroys Tampa Car!

"Refrigerator sized" megacryometeor hits Tampa Bay Florida vehicle. It's funny how ice from planes are so quickly blamed, even though early reports say there were no airplanes in the area.

Saturday, January 20, 2007

Mystery Ice Ball Hits Pennsylvania Home

Possible Megacryometeor hits Pennsylvania home. However the home is in the pathway of an airport. FAA claims it fell from a plane. Most reported ice falling from planes is blue in color from expelled toilet water. Stay tuned...

Saturday, January 06, 2007

Not Ice Megacryometeor, interesting nonetheless.

In a N.Y. Times article speculating on the possibility that a meteor shower caused this incident, Gareth Williams, an astronomer at the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory, based in Cambridge, Mass. said β€œIn a good year, there are 100 meteors an hour.”

It seemed like a solid clue, at least until Mr. Williams added, β€œI am unaware of any case where a meteorite is proven to have fallen as a result of a meteor shower.”

Many meteorites fall to earth every day, Mr. Williams said, most of them into the sea or the vast unpopulated parts of the earth. Once or twice a year, they hit a house or a car, he added.

If there are 100 meteors hitting the earth every hour and only one or two of these actually hit a house or car, makes you wonder how many megacryometeors are hitting the earth everyday if three have hit homes and cars within two weeks and several more doing similar damage in greater numbers in 2006!