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Massive, strange anomaly discovered under the frozen ice of Antarctica

asteroid hitting Earth

NewsTarget By: Don Wrightman
Date: February 03, 2017

A “gravitational anomaly” buried beneath the ice of Antarctica recently sent the Internet into a buzz of speculation, with suggested explanations including everything from UFOs to a gateway to the hollow center of the planet.  (Underlining added by Editor)
But the explanation suggested by scientists is perhaps more remarkable still: that the anomaly, known as the Wilkes Land mass crater, is a type of fingerprint indicating the impact of an asteroid four to five times larger than the one that wiped out the dinosaurs. . . . Read Complete Report

Discovery Channel – Large Asteroid Impact Simulation

YouTube ~ Posted by Anselmo La Manna

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US stores old nukes…to fight off asteroid threats

Planetoid_crashing_into_primordial_Earth SOURCE wpclipart Public Domain

Featured Image: Large astronoid crashing into Earth. SOURCE: wpclipart. (Public Domain)

youtube by RT America

Published on Oct 4, 2014

The US government is stockpiling nuclear warhead components so that they can be used to destroy asteroids if need be, according to a report from the Government Accountability Office.

Dig a little DEEPER ~ THEI.us Archive “Looming Disaster”

The ‘TAL’ Zone Report #4: DRAGONS IN THE SKY

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EXCLUSIVE

Weekly Underground Report #4

In report #3 ‘TAL’ touched on the Electric Universe and plasma physics. In this weeks report we look at an upcoming celestial happening that could be the sighting  of the century, the coming of Comet ISON.” Of course I’m going down on record as a skeptic because I’m old enough to remember the hype around Comet Kohoutek.

What will happen during the close passing of Earth by this celestial object is an unknown. However if what happened during the comet’s passing of Mars is any indication, it caused the entire planet to glow with plasma. We might be in for a wild, possibly dark ride.Then there are the mythical connections.  ‘TAL’ gives us an insight into upcoming possibilities. . . EDITOR

 
Comet-Hale-Bopp-29-03-1997_hires_adj CREDITPhilipp Salzgeber SOURCE Wikipedia Commons Public Domain
Image: Photo of the comet Hale-Bopp above a tree. This picture was taken in the vicinity of Pazin in Istria/Croatia during a short Easter holiday. The tree was illuminated using a small flashlight. To the lower right of the comet the Andromeda Galaxy M31 is also faintly visible. CREDIT: Philipp Salzgeber. Philipp Salzgeber released the pictures under CC-BY-SA-2.0-AT, see bottom of http://salzgeber.at/astro/. SOURCE: Wikipedia Commons. (For ILLUSTRATION ONLY)
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First we need to familiarize ourselves with what is known about Comet Ison’s travels through our galaxy as it heads towards our bright blue planet.

From UFO Sightings Hotspot:

Comet ISON and Mercury’s Electrical Phenomenon 2013

Mercury_in_color_-_Prockter07_centered SOURCE NASA Public Domain

Geologists estimate that Mercury’s iron core occupies about 42% of its volume and it has a large magnetic field, for Earth this iron core proportion is 17%. Earth however is denser overall.

Mercury’s core has a higher iron content than that of any other major planet in the Solar System. Mercury’s core makes it the most iron-rich planet in the solar system, with iron accounting for 65-70% of the planet’s mass. This should allow us from Earth to see unprecedented Magnetic Field interactions between Comet ISON, Mercury and our Sun (November 12-18, 2013.) . . . Read Complete Report

From youtube uploaded by David Stig Hansen on Oct 14, 2013

Comet ISON and Mercury’s Electrical Phenomenon Nov 12-18 2013 Return of Mythical Plasma Dragons

From youtube uploaded by David Stig Hansen on Oct 17, 2013

Comet ISON: Electric Phenomenon Prediction on Oct 19-21 2013 Mars Earth Sun T-Junction

Earth CREDIT Credit Image by Norman Kuring, NASA GSFC, using data from the VIIRS instrument aboard Suomi NPP. Public Domain

The comet will pass it’s closest to Earth on December 26th. On that day it passes our planet by a mere 42 million miles give or take a few thousands. How will it affect our world? First let us take a look at what the controlled MSM is saying. From the Fox Network:

2013 MASSIVE Asteroid Pass By Earth! Will It Impact?

From youtube uploaded by nemesis maturity

COMET ISON – 3 COMETS THREATEN EARTH WITH UNPRECEDENTED METEOR SHOWER

Published on Oct 31, 2013

Comet ISON Update: October 31,2013
Comet ISON (C/2012 S1)
Constellation: Leo
Magnitude: 8.59
Distance from Sun: 153,310,214 km [41.2 km/s]
Distance from Earth: 188,887,782 km [49.1 km/s]
Perihelion: 28 Nov 2013 [-28d 9h 53m 35s] .m,lk . . . From description uploaded with video.

But that’s only a part of what many believe is coming with this comet . From the highly religious we include this youtube report downloaded by the TriState MinistryCenter:

Warning To The World – Comet ISON

And then there is this report posted on youtube by myiceman69:

WARNING NASA ASTRONOMER LEAKS TRUTH ABOUT COMET ISON 4/27/2013

And of course the worst scenario as in these calculations uploaded to youtube by  djorbitek.

Comet ISON to hit Planet Earth

 One place we should not forget to look when we are studying the heavenly bodies is the mythical past. A great place to get a quick understanding of that angle is the youtube movie uploaded by the ThunderboltsProject.

 Symbols of an Alien Sky | Official Movie

Published on Dec 4, 2012

Here we offer David Talbott’s first glimpses of celestial dramas in ancient times. Just a few thousand years ago a gathering of planets hung as towering forms in the ancient sky close to the earth, provoking spectacular electric discharge formations above our forebears.

More to Come . . . You are leaving the ‘TAL’ Zone. 

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Update: Capturing an Asteroid Proposed in Latest NASA Budget | Space Science Video

Asteroid Belt CREDIT NASA

Featured Image: Asteroid Belt. CREDIT: NASA 

From youtube uploaded by CoconutScienceLab

Published on Apr 11, 2013

Visit my website at http://www.junglejoel.com – included in NASA’s FY2014 budget proposal is a plan to robotically capture a small near-Earth asteroid and tow it to a stable lunar orbit where astronauts can visit and explore it. Please rate and comment, thanks!
Credit: NASA.

Deep Space Industries announces asteroid mining plans

DSI's Harvestor CREDIT Deep Space Industries SOURCE gizmag.com article

Photo: Artist’s concept of DSI’s Harvestor (Image credit: DSI) More photos posted with article.

from GizMag

By 

January 23, 2013

The asteroid mining business got a bit more crowded as a new concern called Deep Space Industries (DSI) enters the ring. The company announced its public launching at the Museum of Flying in Santa Monica, California where a panel presentation of officials and guests outlined DSI’s philosophy and plans for becoming a major force in opening up asteroid mining within a few years.

DSI, currently based in McLean, Virginia, was started mid-2012 and is currently seeking additional investors and customers. According to the panel, there are 9,500 near-Earth asteroids with 1,700 of these easier to get to than the Moon. The company believes that by keeping costs down and concentrating on creating a series of near-term returns it’s possible to make mining these asteroids not only feasible, but a business field capable of almost unlimited expansion. . . . Read Complete Report

NASA mulls plan to drag asteroid into moon’s orbit

Closeup of the moon SOURCE NASA

from New Scientist 

15:15 02 January 2013 by Jeff Hecht

Who says NASA has lost interest in the moon? Along with rumours of a hovering lunar base, there are reports that the agency is considering a proposal to capture an asteroid and drag it into the moon’s orbit.

Researchers with the Keck Institute for Space Studies in California have confirmed that NASA is mulling over their plan to build a robotic spacecraft to grab a small asteroid and place it in high lunar orbit. The mission would cost about $2.6 billion – slightly more than NASA’s Curiosity Mars rover – and could be completed by the 2020s. . . . Read Complete Report

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Time to Trade in Your Tinfoil Hat for a Crash Helmet?

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CONGESTED INTERSECTION: Ranging in size from microscopic space dust to mountainous asteroids, trillions of meteoroids zing through the inner solar system on a daily basis. What are the odds that five of them would cross the same point in space? Pretty good, actually. In fact, it happened just last night. Regard the following orbit diagram, then read on for an expanation:

These are the orbits of five objects that hit Earth on the night of Dec. 7/8. NASA’s All Sky Fireball Network recorded the meteoroids as they disintegrated in the atmosphere over the United States, each one producing a bright fireball. Note how all the orbits converge on a single point–our planet.

Every night the network’s cameras scan the skies over the United States, forming an inventory of what hits the atmosphere. Combining images from multiple cameras, network software rapidly calculates the basic parameters of each interloper: orbit, speed, disintegration height, and more. At the moment, cameras are located in only four states (New Mexico, Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee), but the network is expanding to provide even better coverage. Soon we’ll see just how congested our intersection in space really is. Stay tuned.

And now a word from…well, me.

Space stuff falls into our atmosphere all the time. I mean ALL the time. These five objects were different in that they were much bigger than the average mote of dust that makes a “normal” shooting star. However, none of them were large enough to actually survive the trip to the surface of our planet. It typically takes something at least the weight of a five gallon bucket full of water to stand a chance of making a crater after fully traversing the atmosphere. And there are plenty of those out there. I was fortunate enough to witness such an awesome event in 1979.

 

(Exitmundi) Actually, it literally rained Big One’s on our little planet. As recently as January 2002, geologists discovered a huge impact crater out of the Australian coast: no less than 120 kilometers wide. The meteor that carved out the crater slammed into our planet 360 million years ago, wiping out 85 percent of all species.

And in 2001, Norwegian researchers suddenly realized that their coast had once been the scene of a similar event. A huge meteor went kaboom over Norway 150 million years ago – speaking in geological terms, right before the Great Exterminator. The explosion slammed a 40-kilometer wide bump in the seabed of the Barents Sea, the so-called `Mjoelnir Crater’. Researchers still wonder how it was possible that anything survived.

Oh, and even when humanity was around, the meteors kept hitting us. For example, according to some researchers, the legendary floods of Deucalion, the Sumerian Gilgamesh-epos and the biblical Deluge may very well have been caused by a big comet plunging into sea somewhere.

More recent, in the year 1490 A.D., the city of Ch’ing Yang in Central China was the scene of a weird disaster. The event was recorded in at least ten ancient textbooks, all claiming that the event killed many thousands of people as it `rained stones and fire’. Likely cause: an asteroid as big as a modest sky scraper, going kaboom high up in the Earth’s atmosphere.

 

On June 30th of 1908, a loud explosion shook the village of Tunguska in Middle-Siberia. Local inhabitants saw a huge blast of fire in the sky. There was a sudden temperature rise, and a blazing forest fire, lighting up the horizon. No less than two thousand square miles of forest were devastated. As we know now, a twelve story building sized piece of rock hit the atmosphere over Siberia and exploded at a height of some eight kilometers. The energy set free at the event was equivalent to 15 megatons of TNT — a thousand atomic bombs!

Tunguska, Siberia, 1908

So, it’s no pessimistic estimate that our planet can bounce into a freaky piece of space rock again. Cosmologists estimate an extinction type comet hits the earth once every 20 million years. The odds for a smaller, Tunguska-type impact are much higher. On average, this kind of thing happens once in every 300 years.

Of course, the effect of a meteor impact depends on the place where it hits the Earth. The meteor that killed the dinosaurs, for example, hit a soil loaded with sulfuric rock, which enormously boosted the comet’s devastating effect. Had it hit the planet several hundreds of miles westwards, it would have plunged into the ocean — and the dinosaurs probably would have survived. On the other hand, if a Tunguska-type meteor happens to hit an inhabited area, it will definitely wipe it off the face of the Earth entirely. Considering that some 10 percent of our planet is inhabited, you could assume that once in every 3,000 years a meteorite will destroy an inhabited area.

Meanwhile, the people at Nasa try to reassure us, by claiming they keep an open eye to the sky. The message they propagate is that a meteor that wants to hit our planet surely will be spotted in time and destroyed — whether it is by a nuclear bomb or by a team of Bruce Willis-like he-men going out in a space shuttle. Errrrr, Russian rocket, since we no linger have a real launch capability. Which is another part of the bigger problem.

Dr Michjo Kaiku, cosmologist and author, once said that in order to survive long term, mankind must either fid another suitable planet and go there or we must go inside this one. We can’t go either way at this point. Only the “elite”, that is, the “controllers”, can buy those tickets. Big Brother is not going to let you or me in on that deal. When the big one hits, we’re goners.

Talking about Big One’s: in 2039, another HUGE comet will pass us by `only’ some millions of Kilometers. However, this estimate is not completely fireproof, for one thing because comets are very sensitive to variations in their trajectory. This has the potential to be a planet killer, not just an extinctor.

Here’s what to do. Put on your best helmet — and keep your fingers crossed.

Actually, I think I’ll choose the tinfoil lined crash helmet, a deep hole, and lots of dried food. Can’t be too safe…

Rick Osmon

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