Folks grow suspicious after a meteor struck the Earth with significant force recently, and the U.S. Air Force has remained quiet about the event.
NASA confirmed that an object of unknown size traveling at approximately 54,360 miles per hour had struck the ground of Greenland, only 27 miles north of Thule Air Base, on July 25. The bases primary purpose is to detect missile launches and other air traveling dangers.
Director of the Nuclear Information Project for the Federation of American Scientists Hans Kristensen has acknowledged the event, confirming that it was NOT a missile strike (at least not a successful one). He goes on to express concern over the lack of government warning about the event.
“Had it entered at a more perpendicular angle, it would have struck the earth with significantly greater force.”
After the 2013 Chelyabinsk event, when a meteor struck Russia with enough force to injure thousands of individuals in the shock wave, the International Asteroid Warning Network was established to assist governments in detecting and responding to near-Earth objects. And yet, a dangerously similar event has taken place, and no word has come from the IAWN.
Due to the speed of the object, it’s unlikely that this was anything man-made. While a meteor is the most likely possibility, many suspect this may be of extraterrestrial origin, and the military silence is in hopes of not drawing attention to the instance. Though we cannot confirm this.