Monday, March 28, 2011

Mystery 'Spill' of the Week: 3-29-2011

This giant hornet's nest-like object in the photographs below, which is of suspected Earthly origin, apparently fell recently onto someone's private property. No nation nor agency has admitted responsibility for the thing, much less identified what it used to be. Someone knows for certain, but no one had spilled such info to the public as of this writing.

QUESTIONS of the WEEK (answers Friday):


1. Where did the object land (country and state)?


2. Who found it?


3. When was it found?


4. What is inside the mass?


5. Of what material does the finder suspect the mass is covered?


6. What organization took these photos?


OPEN QUESTIONS:


7. What was it?


8. Who's was it?


Submarines are always silent and strange

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3 Comments:

At 29 March, 2011 15:34, Blogger Cookie..... said...

1) Queensland Australia

2) James Stirton

3) Mar 27th, 2008

4) Possible helium gas

5) Carbon Fiber

6) Reuters/Corbis

7) A COPV (Composite Overwrapped Pressure Vessel)

8) Probably NASA's.

 
At 29 March, 2011 15:39, Blogger Cookie..... said...

Hey "Vigilis", just a suggestion mate.

If you you don't want folks to see already submitted answers put your comment section of "Moderate" and hold until final day.

 
At 30 March, 2011 15:46, Blogger Vigilis said...

Cookie, with the easier question sets I usually block comments so folks won't get discouraged.

With more difficult question sets like this week's, I allow comments to show all readers how astute some of you can be.

Well done, !

 

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