Tuesday, October 1, 2013

ALERT NEWS Mexico Fireball Falls On Mayans Is Meteorite Debris

MEXICO. September 22, 2013. Sunday, 8:30 pm. In the village of Ichmul, city of Chikindzonot, south of the Yucatan peninsula - State of Mérida, in a poor community where some remnants of the Mayans live, the fall of a fireball that came from the sky scared and is still scaring the residents of the place.

People were waiting to see a small circus show in the center of the community, when, suddenly, everyone saw a burning object falling at high speed.

The vision was very bright and shone intensely along its path until it disappeared over the horizon and touch the ground. When this happened, there was a pyrotechnic explosion and immediately, the electrical grid went into blackout.

The municipal commissioner, Floro Koyoc Pech said that...during the fall of the object, a loud bang was heard by the entire population and, immediately, everyone could observe, in the bush, a beam of light that remained shining until around 2 early morning hours.

The people were afraid because they feared that the fire might reach the city, and later they began to despair as the light, which was fading, suddenly began to grow again.

One of the young people in the community said that the dogs barked all the time. The strong brightness of the object can be observed in neighboring cities, such as Saban, Quintana Roo, San Francisco, Peto Chikindzonot.

Curious, the police tried to fit the pieces together to make some sense of these objects, but what they got with their efforts is very strange. The fragments form a humanoid figure, which caused astonishment and commotion among local inhabitants and visitors.


The researcher at the Technological Institute of Mérida, Eddie Salazar Gamboa, said that the fragments are probably parts of a meteorite or space debris (space debris, now falling on Humanity's head) attracted by Earth's gravity - and warned that contact Direct contact with this material can be dangerous to humans.

In an interview, Salazar Gamboa commented that this type of meteorite generally falls at the poles or in the oceans and, in some cases, on land.

The researcher explained that, generally, these pieces of cosmic rock have a hole in the center, which is a result of the incandescence generated by friction, when the bolide enters the Earth's atmosphere. Meteorites, according to him, help to fertilize the soil where they are deposited.

Salazar Gamboa emphasized that this fact (the fall of these things) should not cause alarm among the population, since it has been proven that, on average, ten or more tons of these fragments fall daily on our planet. (That - really... did not console this editor...)

However, he urged people to avoid contact with these objects because they may contain radioactive material and eventually cause certain types of cancer.

CABRERA, Eduardo (text and photos). Ball of fire that falls from the sky frightens the Yucatán Maya.

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