Colossal cataclysmic catastrophic collision coverup collusion collapses

United States
October 29, 2009 7:03am CST
Yes, it is true. The earth just missed having a colossal cataclysmic catastrophic collision on Oct. 8, 2009 in Indonsia. The equivalent of a nuclear bomb explosion occurred in the atmosphere. Fortunately, no one was hurt, but this alone does not explain the collusion for the coverup of this literally earth shaking event. The collusional coverup collapsed with the publishing of the details here. http://spaceweather.com/ You will have to scroll down the page at the link to find the story of the 10 meter (over 30 feet) asteroid that exploded in the atmosphere over Indonesia. I say it is amazing that a fair sized asteroid can hit the earth with so little notice or that one title of a post could contain so much alliteration. What do you say?
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@debrakcarey (19921)
• United States
31 Oct 09
Is that what caused the earthquakes? Scary...now I won't sleep tonight! Thanks!
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• United States
31 Oct 09
I doubt if it caused any earthquakes beyond micro-earthquakes.
@debrakcarey (19921)
• United States
10 Nov 09
Just seems to be alot going on in around Indonesia the last few years. Sorry it took me so long to get back to this...been very busy.
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@xfahctor (14126)
• Lancaster, New Hampshire
29 Oct 09
I'll start with a quote from the movie "Armagedon"... "Well, our object collision budget's a million dollars. That allows us to track about 3% of the sky, and beg'n your pardon sir, but it's a big-asss sky" Now, the govcernment isn't the only one watching the sky for these things, there are tons of amatrure astronomers doing this as well, I know one from another forum I hang out in from time to time, a great astronomy forum filled with tons of amature astronomers and proffessionals as well, even some NASA folks. The bottom line is there is a lot of stuff floating around out there. Even just taking in to account the solar system alone, it is in fact a "big asss sky". An asteroid the size of the one that exploded over Indonesia would not even be visible to the naked eye from earth and even with a fairly powerfull telescope, would be tricky to locate if you weren't looking at the exact right point in near earth space at exactly the right time. And these things don't exactly sit still either, stuff comes and goes all the time out there. All we can do is keep watching as much as we can and hope we are lucky enough t spot as many as we can. I once heard an astro-physicist say, about asteroids striking earth, that we will probably not see the one that "gets us" comming and that in fact our first indication that we have been hit will prbably be the ground shaking under our feet and the firestorm on the horizon. Fortuneatly enough we have a very effective built in defense, our atmosphere. And once again, it did it's job very well. This is the fate 99% of objects entering our atmosphere meet with, they burn up and sometimes explode very high up, safely out of reach of our cities. Look at the moon, or mercury, where there is really no atmosphere to speak of, the craters tell a story of a very violent shooting gallery, we live in. Put it in perspective, signifigant actual meteorite strikes are comparatively rare here on earth.
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• United States
29 Oct 09
A very informative, fact filled response. Thanks, for the effort.
@xfahctor (14126)
• Lancaster, New Hampshire
29 Oct 09
lol, I'm a major geek when it comes to this stuff, I love astronomy, been fascinated with it since I was about 9.
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@dragon54u (31638)
• United States
29 Oct 09
Where were all the astonomers? Where were the guys at monitoring stations? You can't tell me there aren't people watching for things in the atmosphere-bombs, meteors, foreign aircraft, etc. How scary for those people! And how scary that nobody is watching our skies.
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• United States
29 Oct 09
You ask scary questions. Here's the answer as I imagine will be provided by our politicians. "We must raise taxes in order to hire more scientists to fight the menance from space. Priority in hiring will be given to high school drop outs to fight unemployment among the employability challenged."
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@dragon54u (31638)
• United States
29 Oct 09
LOL! You know those jerks so well!
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@Destiny007 (5820)
• United States
29 Oct 09
Are they sure that asteroid was not a result of man made global warming? Where is Al Gore when they need him... think of the possibilities... Earth will be destroyed because of man made asteroids.... I say we need to energize the Star Wars Program to defend against these asteroids, and we also need to invade whoever is shooting these things at us. We could call it War of the Worlds II...
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• United States
29 Oct 09
Why, of course, man made global warming caused that asteroid strike. Cold air is more dense and would more likely deflect the asteroid. Warmer air such as is caused by evil, polluting, sacreligious mankind raping mother gaia, is less dense and won't cause asteroids to bounce off a colder thicker atmosphere. I figure anyone believing this warm air asteroid strike theory probably also believes trace elements of CO2 can change the radiative forcing value of the earth's atmosphere enough to cause serious global warming. This makes the warm air asteroid strike theory safe to tell to those gullable babes in the woods.
@laglen (19779)
• United States
29 Oct 09
I think we are too busy fighting amongst ourselves to notice little things like an earth shaking event! Sad but true.
• United States
29 Oct 09
An astute observation.
@manong05 (5029)
• Philippines
29 Oct 09
I didn't know that. Neither have I read it in the news. Thanks for the information. I will check the link. I believe that an asteroid that size will burn upon entry into the earth's atmosphere. Had it been bigger, the effect would have been cataclysmic. cheers!
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• United States
29 Oct 09
Yep, that's what happened. The asteroid blew up with the force of a nuclear bomb while still high up. Fortunately, there was no radiation, just a lot of smoke, noise, and concussion all too high to cause harm.