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(Universe Today)   Possible meteorite fragments from 1908 Tunguska explosion found   ( universetoday.com) divider line
    More: Cool, Rebecca Romijn, Mineralogy, chemical analysis, bogs, Russian Academy of Sciences, tree rings, Chelyabinsk, Technology Review  
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2013-05-03 03:39:35 PM  
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2013-05-03 12:52:36 PM  
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Possible meteorite fragments alien spaceship debris from 1908 Tunguska explosion found

2013-05-03 08:21:45 PM  
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2013-05-03 02:20:22 PM  
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Well, it WAS a pretty big interdimensional cross rip
2013-05-03 01:27:28 PM  
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Ray, the fragments migrated about a foot and a half.
2013-05-03 12:12:16 PM  
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say what now?
2013-05-03 12:01:33 PM  
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Yes, but any leads on the unexplained, undersea mass sponge migration?
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