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Monday, February 22, 2016

UFO Spotted In Lake Baikal: Truth Is In The Eye Of The Beholder

Do you think that the unidentified flying object is nothing more than a hoax that others try and get others to believe in? Alternatively, rather, do you think that there certainly could be some truth to UFO's? Many thought that these sightings are for real and that our government has not given us the truth about them by continue to cover them up. If you want to dig the truth, try looking around, and you will find an endless list of people who will tell you that they more than just a believer in unidentified flying object sightings. You will also find people who have had personal experiences with extraterrestrials just like in the case of a strange object found near Lake Baikal.

Baikal Lake attracts thousands of tourists annually who are impressed by its beauty and surrounding mountains offer climbers the great opportunity to get unforgettable memories, but Lake Baikal is more than this. Recent reports have poured from the people the soaring of an object that looks like a meteorite. The suspicious object is brighter and is moving slowly. The meteorite is a solid debris from the origin that originates in outer space and survives its impact with the Earth's surface. The size ranges from small to colossal. When it enters the friction, atmosphere, pressure, and chemical interactions along with the atmospheric gases causing it to radiate and heat up energy, thus forming a fireball known as falling or shooting the star. Despite the scientific explanation of a meteorite, the senior research scientist Sergei Yazev believed that the slow velocity is uncharacteristic for a bolide or comet. If the people concede that it could have been a rocket stage, the speed would still be greater. People in cities and towns near Lake Baikal have reported spotting a mysterious bright object hovering slowly through the sky, and posted photos and videos online to corroborate their accounts.
 

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