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By Ryan Nance
Jun 12, 2012
Often the rational explanation for those inexplicable objects we see in the sky is that they're weather balloons or swamp gas.
Is it really that easy to confuse a weather balloon for a UFO? Let's give it a go.
Weather balloon or UFO?
Three weather balloons ready for launch in Fernley, Nev.
Early launch of a "radiometeorograph," or radiosonde, as it's known.
Unidentified flying object, photographed on the Maclehose Trail in Hong Kong.
Launching a weather balloon in Topeka, Kan.
Unidentified flying object. A toy, perhaps?
In Johannesburg, South Africa, the largest helium balloon on the African continent.
its obamas future resign.....hip hip hurrraaayyyy...the country will be back on track
These look like balloons but I do believe !
balloon yes they are that desperate to believe!!!!!!!!!
Huh! I don't get it!
It's a bird, it's a plane, it is the brain of Paul Ryan.
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