By Gina Flores
Editor at NoFakeNews
According to NASA, large meteorites that explode and shake the earth are events that occur once in a hundred years, if that often. This is what the American based space agency stated in February, 2013 after a large meteorite exploded in Russia that damaged buildings and injured hundreds of people.
Evidently, NASA ‘s forecast concerning the frequency of these celestial bodies slamming into earth was off just slightly. It didn’t take a hundred years for the next meteorite to show up. It only took slightly over two and a half years. This time a large fireball (meteorite) has exploded in the city of Bangkok.