Naga Fireballs: The Truth

mysterycollection By mysterycollection, 28th Nov 2010 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL http://nut.bz/94fatmku/
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What is the reality behind these mysterious Naga fireballs?

The Truth

Till date no one has been able to decipher the mystery of where the fireballs come from, even the scientists have not come up with a flawless reason. The predictions and theories put forward to explain it have many limitations to them and so the truth behind this unusual phenomenon is yet to be uncovered. However to most of the modern people it is nothing but a hoax, also doubting that the government might also have been involved in it as such events bring great income to the locality and the country as a whole since many people from around the world visit the country to see the phenomenon. But this seems risky as nobody can dare to take the risk to carry out such a big fraud in front of such a big audience. Scientists tried to explain the fact by stating the possibility of gas (methane) bubbles coming from the river bottom which might be burning when they come in contact with the atmosphere. But the bottom of the river is found to be completely sandy allowing no storage of gases. One Thai channel called iTV sent their team to investigate the cause when they come to the conclusion that Lao soldiers shot tracer fires from the Lao side of the river. This was severely opposed by the local public who believed it as an attack on their age old culture and beliefs. However no relevant proof of the claim was present and it continues to be so today also.

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Bizaare, Mysterious Event, Naga Fireballs, Unexplained Event, Unexplained Phenomenon, Weird

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author avatar Carol
28th Nov 2010 (#)

A great share, many thanks

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author avatar Denise O
29th Nov 2010 (#)

I have never heard of this.
What a sight it must of been.
Thank you for sharing.:)

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author avatar Rathnashikamani
13th Aug 2011 (#)

Amazingly mysterious!

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