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article imageMetal chunk crashes through N.J. roof

By RobotGod     Jul 18, 2007 in World
It crashed through a rook in New Jersey and had Nasa and the Federal Aviation Administration stumped. Here's a gem from the Nasa official at JPL, "It didn't look "very space-y"
They did not know what to do with it. And it did not appear to be an airplane part either.
So after a while the FAA solved the mystery. They said it was a part from a commercial wood chipper and that the same part from the chipper's grinder had been cause for confusion last year.
uh...How did it fall from the sky and go through the roof? The FAA theory is that "the grinder goes pretty fast and can launch into the air" if something goes haywire.
The man in the house had been watching TV when he heard the crash and saw the cloud of dust.
So, there you have it. "Not very space-y" indeed.
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