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June 9, 2006

Massive Meteor Explosion Hits Norway With Atomic Bomb Force As Scotland Rocked By ‘Booming’ Earthquake

By: Sorcha Faal, and as reported to her Russian Subscribers

World Scientists are stunned today by the news that the European Nation of Norway has been hit with a meteorite with a force equal to an Atomic Bomb, and as we can read as reported by Norway’s Aftenpolten News Service in their article titled "Record meteorite hit Norway", and which says:

"As Wednesday morning dawned, northern Norway was hit with an impact comparable to the atomic bomb used on Hiroshima. Peter Bruvold witnessed the meteorite streaking across the night sky.

At around 2:05 a.m. on Wednesday, residents of the northern part of Troms and the western areas of Finnmark could clearly see a ball of fire taking several seconds to travel across the sky. A few minutes later an impact could be heard and geophysics and seismology research foundation NORSAR registered a powerful sound and seismic disturbances at 02:13.25 a.m. at their station in Karasjok.

Farmer Peter Bruvold was out on his farm in Lyngseidet with a camera because his mare Virika was about to foal for the first time. "I saw a brilliant flash of light in the sky, and this became a light with a tail of smoke," Bruvold told He photographed the object and then continued to tend to his animals when he heard an enormous crash.

"I heard the bang seven minutes later. It sounded like when you set off a solid charge of dynamite a kilometer (0.62 miles) away," Bruvold said.

Astronomers were excited by the news."There were ground tremors, a house shook and a curtain was blown into the house," Norway's best known astronomer Knut Jørgen Røed Ødegaard told Røed Ødegaard said the meteorite was visible to an area of several hundred kilometers despite the brightness of the midnight sunlit summer sky. The meteorite hit a mountainside in Reisadalen in North Troms.

"This is simply exceptional. I cannot imagine that we have had such a powerful meteorite impact in Norway in modern times. If the meteorite was as large as it seems to have been, we can compare it to the Hiroshima bomb. Of course the meteorite is not radioactive, but in explosive force we may be able to compare it to the (atomic) bomb," Røed Ødegaard said. The astronomer believes the meteorite was a giant rock and probably the largest known to have struck Norway."

Russian Scientists are also suspecting that the geomagnetic interference caused by this massive explosion is directly responsible for the strange earthquake that hit Scotland, and as we can read as reported by The Herald News Service in their article titled "Rumblings and bangs as Highland earthquake hits", and which says:

"AN earthquake measuring 3.1 on the Richter scale hit the west Highlands yesterday, resulting in loud bangs and making floors vibrate. People in Gairloch, Achnasheen, Stromeferry and Ardaneaskan called the British Geological Survey (BGS) with reports of the tremor just after noon. One said "the whole house shook", and another added: "We thought the chimney had fallen down."

Further concerns are being raised by the targeting of the Northern Hemisphere these past few days by meteorites, and as we can see evidenced in these reports of the Fireball over North America:

As reported by the Duluth News Tribune News Service in their June 7th article titled "Fire in the sky", and which says, "A bright fireball that blazed over the Northland on Friday night was a once-in-a-lifetime sighting. The mysterious light seen over the Northland on Friday night was an especially bright meteor seen in at least two states and Canada."

As reported by the Winnipeg Sun News Service in their June 7th article titled "Object in sky nets 100 calls", and which says, "The Manitoba Museum has been flooded with phone calls from people who spotted a strange object in the sky. Resident astronomer Scott Young said the museum has received at least 100 calls about an eerie green light that appeared in the sky on Friday night. Young believes the object was either a small asteroid or a chunk of comet that shattered into several pieces after burning up in the Earth's atmosphere."

Of the greatest concern of these events to Russian Scientists remains the instability of the massive debris field our Earth has entered into from the unprecedented breakup of Comet 73P/Schwassmann-Wachmann as some models show some of the largest remains of this Comet setting up orbits around both our Planet and the Moon.

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