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Monday, January 5, 2015

Risk of Asteroid Collision in January 2015

Scores of GIANT asteroids on course to hurtle past Earth within the month, NASA reveals

 According to NASA’s Near Earth Object Programme, there are 68 ‘close approaches’ forecast before the end of next month
The next, due on January 3, is the 490-metre wide 2005 YQ96 asteroid  currently hurtling through space at more than 30,000 miles per hour.
The biggest to skim the planet will be the mile-wide 2007 EJ asteroid due to throttle past on January 12th at 34,500 miles per hour.

I cannot forget that these same astronomers had warned us several weeks in advance about a totally different asteroid passing near the Earth, coming from an entirely different direction than the Chelyabinsk meteorite (for which we received no warning) the very same day that it exploded over Russia.  What are the odds of that?  Talk about a coincidental blind spot!  Weird.
Actually, Nukepro covered this event in detail.    It was caused by a debris field, and it WAS NOT from a different direction, just that the Eggheads who are pretending they got your back, miswarned.

The odds were 539 Million to 1 that the 2 asteroids were "just a coincidence" as the scientists immediately promulgated to the lap dog news media who couldn't think their way out of a paper bag.

In October 22, 2012 I did a post about a scenario in which scientist knew that Earth was going to fly through a cloud of meteors.    Would they tell?      Or would they mislead?     The answer to that should be clear.    The current Powers That Be will do anything to avoid panicking the sheeple.   If there was a .000001% chance that we wouldn't have a major hit, they would cover up the information.

Check it out here:

And here is a FREEBIE, you can download your own Asteroid Calculator in which you can adjust size of the 'Roid, speed, and density, and have the calculator tell you the equivalent number of atomic bombs.

And here is another story on the January of Doom, lol, apparently a lot of asteroids are coming our way in January.


  1. Saw your mention on ZH. Normally I ignore promos but you have actually offered something of value. Not so much in that we can do a lot to ameliorate the consequences but that, in a world filled to the brim with bullshit, it is encouraging that the "the little guy" is seeking truth and putting out his take on it.

    You probably are too modest to accept the accolade but you may be a good illustration of Everyman for the 21st century. Thanks for brightening my day, even if I don't have long to live : )

    1. Thanks for the nomination, lol. I guess I don't understand the "Everyman for the 21st Century"----is he the ones getting crushed by Big Data/Big Bro?

      I guess I have to read these books now, lol

      You got health issues? did they arise before or after Fukushima?


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