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anthony spaltro

After having read articles about this incident in the news, I must say I was disappointed in the reactions by some 'scientists' as quoted. Some doubted eyewitness stories of a meteorite and others doubted the illnesses. Unless those 'scientists' have actually collected samples from the site ( which I doubt many have ) they should with hold comment. You cannot study a case unless you have the evidence.

Rob Anderson

Jumping off the speculation wagon, would prefer some 'real' research and conclusions. And was wondering about quote - "Sometimes these things land hundreds of thousands of miles away from where [people] think they will land," Grossman said.
What, on Earth, can be hundreds of thousands of miles from anything? Hope this was a typo.

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