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Signs 35 – Those Darn Rocks
« on: May 07, 2019, 12:48:54 PM »
Once is a one-off, twice is a coincidence, three times is a trend and so what is the fourth time in a row?  Not good, when we’re talking about those darn rocks.

In Signs 34 – Watch For Falling Rocks we stated: “We need to begin looking for meteor events where large herds of domestic farm and ranch animals are destroyed by airburst shockwaves.   Hopefully, we see these first, before humans become the future victims.

Hopefully is the operative term now, because the numbers are in for April 2019 and all we can say is, yup, it’s those darn rocks again. As you’ll see below, what’s coming at us from above is the more worrisome of the two datasets, fireballs and earthquakes of all magnitude.

Worse yet, there is a new trend forming in the data that indicates that we could be passing through a dense outer ring of the Nemesis system.


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Re: Signs 35 – Those Darn Rocks
« Reply #1 on: May 08, 2019, 04:00:37 AM »
From Nukes To 'Gravity Tractors' - How Well Prepared Is Earth For An Impending Asteroid Strike? ??? ::)

While hundreds of small asteroids and meteorites have hit Earth, big objects, like the 55 foot one that exploded over Chelyabinsk, Russia in 2013 only occur around twice a century, and larger (dinosaur-destroying) ones are even less common. However, NASA warns that “given the current incompleteness of the NEO [Near Earth Object] catalogue, an unpredicted impact could occur at any time.”

At the start of 2019, NASA reported there were 19,000 known near-Earth asteroids, with an average of 30 new ones found each week.

Detlef Koschny, co-manager of the Space Situational Awareness (SSA)-NEO Segment of the European Space Agency, told RT that it’s not the large NEOs that we need to worry about, though, but the smaller ones, as scientists are only aware of “one percent or less” of them and “they could still damage a city or region.”

Ideally, scientists hope to have several years’ warning of an approaching NEO of 100 meters or more, but when it comes to smaller ones, it is “more difficult to see them early on,” Koschny explains.
Offensive defense

“Anything larger than 50 meters we’d try to deflect,” Koschny said, pointing to NASA’s 2022 Double Asteroid Redirection Test (DART), which aims to intercept an asteroid’s moonlet when it gets within 11 million kilometers of Earth. The hope is that it can “change the speed of an asteroid via a kinetic impact,” he explained.

Unfortunately, deflection methods require a few years of preparation, and the correct spacecraft would need to be built.

Meanwhile, using an “ion engine to push an asteroid away,” as has also been tabled “takes several years,” and there are “still some technical issues to understand,” he noted.

At the most extreme end of the intervention scale is a nuclear explosion, in which scientists would detonate a warhead right beside an asteroid so that the space rock’s surface is “super-heated and vaporized.” This vapor pressure then acts like rocket fuel to move the asteroid and is “the most effective method,” Koschny said.

However, it clearly has its disadvantages. “Politically, it’s not accepted, because of the risk of radioactive contamination”that could occur if the launcher failed or something went wrong.

Standard explosives could also be used to shift the asteroid from its doom-bearing path, and another method involves embedding an explosive inside an asteroid (like the Hollywood movie Armageddon) and then blowing it up.

Asked how long it will be before we are fully prepared to prevent any asteroid from hitting Earth, Kosny said, “If we continue taking the subject seriously, we’ll be there in 10 to 20 years for objects up to a few hundred meters in size.” Let’s just hope no surprise asteroids come our way before then (Love the optimism !)

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Re: Signs 35 – Those Darn Rocks
« Reply #2 on: May 09, 2019, 04:49:24 AM »
I wonder, per Marshall's article, why so many meteorites and bolides tend to hit Russia?  Perhaps it's just due to their large land mass?


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Re: Signs 35 – Those Darn Rocks
« Reply #3 on: May 10, 2019, 07:43:33 PM »
I wonder, per Marshall's article, why so many meteorites and bolides tend to hit Russia?  Perhaps it's just due to their large land mass?

R.R. I have wondered about that too...some of the biggest known events hit the area up there...


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Re: Signs 35 – Those Darn Rocks
« Reply #4 on: May 11, 2019, 03:40:46 PM »
Seems like there is a LOT of interest in “asteroid defense” these days, wonder why Hmmmm..


I'm always amazed at the ability of the "Gizars" to spot intriguing information, especially if it concerns technologies that don't normally "show up on the radar" of the lamestream corporate controlled media, nor, for that matter, on the radar of the alternative research field. But L.G.R. spotted this one, and passed it along.

And it's a doozie.

"It" in this case is a patent filing from 2017, rather blandly titled "Electromagnetic Field Generator and method to generate an electromagnetic field", interestingly enough the assignee is the US government via the Secretary of the Navy.

Eletcromagnetic Field Generator

There are several intriguing things about this patent application, not the least of which are the first two paragraphs:

    The invention described herein may be manufactured and used by or for the Government of the United States of America for governmental purposes without payment of any royalties thereon or therefor.

And why would the USA want to do that? Well, paragraph two provides the answer:

    To date there are more than 100,000 potentially dangerous asteroids (Near Earth Objects) which cross the earth's orbit, with only, 11,000 having been catalogued and currently tracked. earth will be impacted again and again; it is only a matter  of time and circumstance. Therefore, there is a need for an effective method to deflect or destroy these potentially dangerous asteroids. (Emphasis added)

That, of course, reveals itself to be the purpose of the patent, and of course, if you're like me, you've probably also noted the more or less "coincidental" appearance of this patent within a year of the Trump Administration's creation of a "space force".

After reviewing a few other methods of deflecting asteroids in paragraph three, the patent description observes that "the techniques described... would only affect 'small' asteroids, on the average diameter levels of approximately 100 meters."

Implication: we need something that can take care of the really big ones, and that is not subject to the hazards of kinetic targeting (with its chances for a "miss") and the resulting fragmentation of the asteroid, which could be as dangerous as the asteroid itself as many potential impacts would replace just one.

And thus, "the present invention is directed to an electromagnetic field generator and a method to generate an electromagnetic field with the needs enumerated above," i.e., something strong enough to "deflect or destroy" a big asteroid. And when you read the details in the filing, you might, like me, be thinking that "this sounds vaguely familiar" and that it might "ring a Bell."

Oh, and in case you missed it, it's also a handy thing to have around for some "other" purposes:

    It is a feature of the present invention to provide a method and apparatus for generating an impenetrable defensive shield to Sea and Land as well as Space-based military and civilian assets, protecting these assets from such threats as Anti-Ship Ballistic Missiles, Radar Evading Cruise Missiles, Top Attack for main battle tanks...

Oh.... did we mention, it's capable of a little solar manipulation as well?: well as counteracting the effects of solar-induced Coronal Mass Ejections... (Paragraph 0012)

Presumably it will do all this by generating electromagnetic fields, which, to accomplish all these feats, would have to be extraordinarily strong, but not to worry, because the "the design of energy generation machinery with power output levels much higher than those currently achievable by conventional means, is made possible with this invention."(Paragraph (0012)

At this point, the patent goes on to outline how it's going to do all of this, and lo and behold, it does so by spinning a plasma, utilizing shells in a sphere of peizoelectric ceramics doped with radioactive materials. Of course, I'm over-simplifying, but the end result of all of this is that this creates the Mossbauer Effect of vibrationally stimulated and cohered releases of gamma rays. All of this, according to paragraph 30, will generate field strengths per square meter of (get this) 10,ooo,ooo,ooo,ooo,ooo,ooo,ooo,ooo to 100,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 watts. That's ten septillion to one hundred octillion watts!!!


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Re: Signs 35 – Those Darn Rocks
« Reply #5 on: May 11, 2019, 03:50:01 PM »

Wait there is more ..Love Joseph’s “High Octane  Speculation” here!


You just can't make this stuff up, folks, and it's getting to be almost predictable. What I'm talking about is that weird "uptick" in stories having to do with UFOs, ETs, asteroids, and so on. In fact, there seems to be some sort of "asteroid porn" going on lately (a term "B" used in his email to me sharing this story). "Asteroid porn" is that special brand of "fear porn" that has to do with asteroids slamming into the planet and ending all life here, and hence, our Need to put Really Big Powerful and Exotic Weapons into Space to protect ourselves from that.

Oh... did I say slammed into the planet? Tch tch, shame on me. I meant to say landed on the planet, which is the exact language that NASA director Jim Bridenstein used (and which was caught in this article by one of our regular article-sharers, "B"). And not only do asteroids not slam into the planet but land, Mr. Bridenstine used that strange language in the context of another strange admission about the Chelyabinsk meteor of 2013:

NASA Issues A Warning: Meteorites Are "A Threat To The Earth!”

Now, let it be noted that this warning comes in the same temporal context as NASA's "asteroid drill" that I blogged about last week (See and also see I've been thinking for quite some time that the Chelyabinsk meteor incident may have been a case, not of an accidental near-collision asteroid event, but of a deliberate act of someone grabbing and throwing an asteroid. What made me come up with such a "so-far-out-there-it's-orbital" scenario were the strangeness of the contexts in which the Chelyabinsk incident occurred.

In case you've forgotten that context, or my reasoning for maintaining such a far-fetched notion, there were three primary reasons: (1) About a month before the Chelyabinsk Incident, Russian Prime Minister Dmitri Medvedev appeared and gave a talk about the need for asteroid defenses, and how Russia would have to "go it alone" in creating it if other nations would not create a planetary system. Asked about how asteroids might be deflected or destroyed, Mr. Medvedev offered the less-than-comforting vision of shooting hydrogen bombs at them, and then went on to mention "other" means which, in the context, were clearly more exotic and, to be noted, were left deliberately unspecified by Mr. Medvedev. It should be noted that Mr. Medvedev also had something of a "small history" talking about very weird things - including UFOs - on Russian television. (2) In more or less the same time frame as Chelyabinsk, there was that strange episode of the collision of a Russian and American satellite, which I argued was not accidental; someone had "collided" them to demonstrate a capability. Again, I left the "someone" unspecified. (3) Videos taken from the ground during the Chelyabinsk incident in some cases showed a "something" following the meteor mere seconds before it exploded, which, of course, led some people to speculate that the "something" was responsible for the meteor's destruction.

To put all of this review "country simple," there was something decidedly odd about the Chelyabinsk incident in my mind's eye, and there still is.

And that brings us back to Mr. Bridenstine's remarks, for he specifically mentions Chelyabinsk as a reason we should all be "concerned":

    Bridenstine used the meteorite that exploded over the Russian city of Chelyabinsk in 2013 as an example of just how dangerous these space rocks could be to the Earth. The Chelyabinsk meteor had “30 times the energy of the atomic bomb at Hiroshima” and injured around 1,500 people. Just 16 hours after the crash, NASA detected an even larger object that approached the earth but did not actually land on it, he revealed.

        “I wish I could tell you that these events are exceptionally unique, but they are not,” Bridenstine said. “These events are not rare - they happen. It’s up to us to make sure that we are characterizing, detecting, tracking all of the near-Earth objects that could be a threat to the world.”

Now, I don't know about you, but it looks to me as if Mr. Bridenstine may be, in his peculiar choice of words, corroborating those videos shown on Russian TV of a "something" apparently following the meteor, and perhaps taking it out. His choice of words about that object not landing on the Earth suggest that it was under control.

I don't know about you, but it makes me wonder if, indeed, we're watching the unfolding of the Rosin Affidavit in real time...

See you on the flip side...


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Re: Signs 35 – Those Darn Rocks
« Reply #6 on: May 14, 2019, 04:27:55 AM »
NASA, Roscosmos Leadership Unite In Call For Asteroid Defense: A Game Changer In Global Politics

From April 29-May 3, a unique five-day conference took place bringing together leading scientists, engineers and policy makers to discuss the important matter of mankind’s long term survival in a very hostile part of the galaxy. The 5th Annual Planetary Defense Conference in Baltimore Maryland was opened by a powerful keynote address by NASA administrator Jim Bridenstine who painted a picture not only of the very real threat which life on earth faces due to the highly volatile (and highly unknown) behaviour of asteroids (near Earth Objects) orbiting in our sector of the solar system, but also outlined an important pathway to world peace.

Unlike “international terrorism” or “man-made global warming” which are purely human-made concoctions driven by political agendas, the threat of asteroid collisions with the earth is very real, and provides a very serious basis for international cooperation on the common aims and in the interest of humankind.

Bridenstine opened his speech by saying “We have to make sure that people understand that this is not about Hollywood. It’s not about movies. This is about ultimately protecting the only planet we know right now to host life, and that is the planet Earth.” After announcing the launch of the Double Asteroid Redirection Test (DART), Bridenstine said “we know for a fact that the dinosaurs did not have a space program… but we do, and we need to use it.”

As these words were being spoken NASA had announced that asteroid 99942 Apophis (named after the Egyptian god of chaos) would come within 19 000 miles of the earth on April 13, 2029- which is closer than some satellites. The head of NASA’s presence at this forum was especially important since the White House had recently created a “National Near-Earth Object Preparedness Strategy and Action Plan” which commissioned a simulation of Apophis colliding with the Earth with devastating results.

The Potential Russian-USA Alliance for a New Paradigm

Bridenstine, who has been a long-time advocate of US-Russia-China collaboration on science, described his experience in Russia at that time saying “when I was over in Russia, the head of Roscosmos Dimitri Rogozin said that was high on his agenda. As you can imagine with Chelyabinsk and Tunguska, Russia has been significantly impacted by these events, so they have keen awareness and intensity on this that I think is important.”

Today both Rogozin and Bridenstine are two leading figures behind Russian and American plans for lunar and mars colonization which alongside China’s pioneering commitment for space exploration offer one of the best gateways out of the “closed system” trap of British geopolitics.


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