Meteorite Falls to Argentina

On the 21st of April, 2013 a  meteorite came crashing down in Argentina. This isn’t the first time Argentina was rocked by a space rock. In 2011 Argentina had a meteorite that crashed and killed a woman and injured many others. You will see the devastation that even a small rock can cause to our planet when viewing the videos found below.

Back in February, Russia had a meteor slam into their surface that injured over 250 people and killed a few as well. That same month, just a few days apart, we also experienced a meteorite falling to Earth and landing over in the California area.  Luckily, we weren’t hit by the Asteroid that was spinning by our planet at the time, but instead showered by a few smaller space rocks.

As you will see in the videos, upon entry the illumination from the burn lit up the skies of Argentina for a slight moment, bright enough to be compared to natural daylight from the sun. Of course, if this kind of thing freaks you out, it should. Think about how some of the dinosaurs felt when it was their time to experience the impacted collision of their doom. If one thing is certain, history does repeat itself.

Scientist believe that our own moon was once a part of Earth itself, only to be broken away from our once larger planet to be sucked into the natural gravitational pull of Earth, forcing it to reshape into a natural round object that slowly floats away from us a little further day-by-day. We were hit by another planet at the time, in which some believe is still out there, and that it is full of our DNA constructing creators.

We are delicate and we are vulnerable, yet we go on, as does life.

(These videos were found on Youtube)

Intense Ball of Light Fills the Sky in Argentina (21 April 2013)


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Meteorite falls and kills women in Argentina – fireballs fall to the U.S. the same day. (September 26th, 2011)

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Hundreds injured in blast as meteor falls to Russia, ABC News Reports (February of 2013)

That’s all.

~ William C. Raustler