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These Meteors seem to happening at a more regular occurrence lately. I know they say there is no danger but to the people who see them it must be scary never the less.

Yeah, you just never know if pieces will land in populated areas, or in this case, starting more damn fires.

Things don't always burn up before getting into the atmosphere, & methinks we already have enough flame issues.

Since the estimstes of their speed are about 42,000 mph, I don't want to be near where one of them touches down.

Yes, agreed.

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