Québec Experiences Unexplainable Event In The Sky, Probably The TARDIS
Matt Smith's hipster Doctor would just love Montreal.
Cities across Québec and Ontario, Canada were shaken a few nights ago after a mysterious explosion – accompanied by an inexplicable flash of blue-green light – lit up the night sky around 8pm. Though there have been no reports of a wheezy vworrp-vwoorp sound, we’re forced to assume the TARDIS has crash-landed in eastern Canada.
Across eastern Québec and western Ontario (that’s a huge chunk of Canada right on top of New York State), people experienced the boom and blue streak – but no one knows what caused it, including the Québec police force and Environment Canada. Sure, Chris Hadfield said it could have been a meteorite – but no seismographic events were recorded by either Earthquake Canada or the United States Geological Survey.
Reports tonite of blue light flash followed by sonic boom seen/heard from Ottawa, Ont. to Laval, Que. @ 7:50 pm EST. Possible meteor event.
— Andrew Fazekas (@thenightskyguy) November 27, 2013
For those just joining us, Mtl & surrounding regions witnessed a flash of blue light followed by a loud boom just before 8pm. Cause unknown.
— Monique Muise (@monique_muise) November 27, 2013
— Susan Anclam Potter (@potter_susan) November 27, 2013
Unknown explosion in Montreal! It was the loudest noise
— ISF Montreal (@MTLISFCrew) November 27, 2013
The bang was not a meteor or explosion. It was Quebec separating from the rest of Canada. #Montreal
— William (@wchan13) November 27, 2013
IT’S AN EXPLOSION, IT’S A ROLL OF THUNDER, IT’S A METEORITE, IT’S DEFINITELY MEGATRON.
— Kalina Laframboise (@KayLaframboise) November 27, 2013
You know what would cause a big boom, a bright blue streak, and no seismic activity? A crashing TARDIS.
I’m just saying. Occam’s razor.
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