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<<<Were the Mystery Missiles Launched to Destroy Large Incoming Meteors/Fireballs?>>>

 
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Were the Mystery Missiles Launched to Destroy Large Incoming Meteors/Fireballs?

I think the TWELVE missiles that have been launched over or around the U.S. AND Canada Nov. 8th-Nov. 12th (with no report of associated damage caused on the ground) have been launched not as a show of power, but to break up the large incoming meteors/fireballs before they impact U.S. or Canadian territory intact.

Large meteors/fireballs are entering Earth's atmosphere and endangering populations on the surface with a startling increase in frequency. Here are two examples:

Fireball Over Victoriaville QC Canada 23rd October 2010



Port Colborne, Canada Oct. 16, 2010



Are the mystery missiles that have been launched breaking up the very LARGEST of the incoming meteors/fireballs high in Earth's atmosphere before they impact those on the surface?

Is this why we haven't heard of any damage on the ground being caused by the launching of any of these missiles?
(the missiles never land)


Yesterday alone, in a span of very few hours, FOUR major meteors/fireballs entered Earth's atmosphere to impact the following areas:

Netherlands (“massive meteor fireball”); begin video at 2:19




Baltimore, Maryland and York, Pennsylvania

[link to lunarmeteoritehunters.blogspot.com]


Fennville, Michigan

[link to lunarmeteoritehunters.blogspot.com]

Serbia/Macedonia (“came in with a horrific boom”)
A picture of the fireball is on the video at 1:09.




Here is a list of the TWELVE mystery missiles that have been launched (11/8-11/12) and their launch dates with links to videos, pictures, and supporting commentary and/or reports:

Mystery Missile Launches to Date


11/8 Canada Newfoundland (over Atlantic ocean)
THREE missiles

[link to deathby1000papercuts.com]


11/8 AZ Phoenix/Maricopa County

[link to fascistsoup.com]


11/8 CA Ventura County (35 miles off coast over Pacific Ocean)



[link to sanfrancisco.cbslocal.com]

[link to theintelhub.com]


11/9 CA Orange County (over the Pacific Ocean)



See also notes by poster (BinaryPulse714) from Binary Pulse Technology Marketing that accompany the video posted at YouTube.


11/10 TX Houston/Harris County (Greenspoint District near Intercontinental Airport)

[link to beeedeee.imgur.com]

[link to beeedeee.imgur.com]

Thread: Missle launch over Houston this morning?


11/10 FL Tampa/Hillsborough County (over land; not over the Gulf)

[link to www.no_link]


11/11 NY Queens/Queens County (Rockaway area over Atlantic Ocean)

[link to www.nypost.com]


11/11 CA North of Fresno/Stockton/San Joaquin County

Thread: OK people I need your help. I got pics of a new missile launch by my house in Central CA


11/12 WA South and Southeast of Seattle/King County
TWO missiles

Thread: SEATTLE: We just had 2 vertical missile trails in the southern sky

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Have the recent mystery missiles been launched to destroy these large incoming meteors/fireballs before they impact those on the surface?
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I thought of that also. Obviously those that know what happened and why aren't talking.
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Netherlands (“massive meteor fireball”); begin video at 2:19

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I thought of that also. Obviously those that know what happened and why aren't talking.
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if there was damage being caused on the ground by the launching of these mystery missiles we would have surely heard about it, right?

Plus, the other thing that makes me think that the mystery missile launches are connected to the incoming meteors/fireballs is that there has been a huge increase in the frequency with which we are seeing the meteors/fireballs.

The incoming meteors/fireballs also seem to be getting larger in size as time passes.

WHAT are we heading into in space?
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How much longer can the government hide the truth before it becomes obvious?
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How much longer can the government hide the truth before it becomes obvious?
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No kiddin'!

I'd say the "jig" is just about up!
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i don't think they're to destroy IT, i think they're doing intermittent stand off nuke explosions in an attempt to slightly nudge it off course.

if they launched them all at once, it would be undeniable, but by staggering them the way they are, they can play all us woowoos and shills off against each other, deny anything happened, call them contrails etc etc, and sit back and plan their 18 month stay in the bunkers if it all goes tits up.
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I agree with this but its not any stupid planet X garbage but they are probably testing to see if they can shoot down asteroids.
Probably not ones that are even headed towards us.
But remember the Russians were speaking not long ago about actually testing to see if they can?
And then these scientists holding an international conference to start finding ways to stop them hitting us?
Well I think this is just part of that but they should tell us the liars.
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"Current meteor forecast models project a strong Draconid outburst, possibly a full-blown storm, on Oct. 8, 2011, according to William Cooke of the Meteoroid Environment Office at NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Ala."
Further, "Jun 16, 2010 ... Draconid meteor shower: NASA is assessing the risk to spacecraft posed by the upcoming 2011 Draconid meteor shower, a seven-hour storm of tiny space rocks. ... suggests that the maximum rate will be several hundreds per hour. ...."

[link to www.csmonitor.com]

I am leaning towards this hypothesis as well OP,
thanks for the compilation.
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pin this
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This is making perfect sense to explain them all far and wide.
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Things that make you go hmmmm. kjhgfbn
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I have a had another take on this. When a large enough astroid hits it actually cooks the ntire earth because of all the debris that goes up and comes back down cauing friction. This is what they think actually killed the dinosaurs...not the actualy impact or the earthquakes or the tidal waves but the cooking of the atmopshere. The only safe place would be orbiting the earth until the cooking stopped.... hiding
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i don't think they're to destroy IT, i think they're doing intermittent stand off nuke explosions in an attempt to slightly nudge it off course.

if they launched them all at once, it would be undeniable, but by staggering them the way they are, they can play all us woowoos and shills off against each other, deny anything happened, call them contrails etc etc, and sit back and plan their 18 month stay in the bunkers if it all goes tits up.
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What you say makes perfect sense especially given the fact that many nations (Russia, Sweden, Finland) have been and are currently actively building a large contingent of underground bunkers for their populations to use when the time comes.

Plus there is also the Svalbard Global Seed Vault that is located underground on the Norwegian island of Spitsbergen.

[link to en.wikipedia.org]
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I agree with this but its not any stupid planet X garbage but they are probably testing to see if they can shoot down asteroids.
Probably not ones that are even headed towards us.
But remember the Russians were speaking not long ago about actually testing to see if they can?
And then these scientists holding an international conference to start finding ways to stop them hitting us?
Well I think this is just part of that but they should tell us the liars.
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What about the rumors that keep circulating about there being an incoming asteroid that has a diameter of 1.2 Km?
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I agree with this but its not any stupid planet X garbage but they are probably testing to see if they can shoot down asteroids.
Probably not ones that are even headed towards us.
But remember the Russians were speaking not long ago about actually testing to see if they can?
And then these scientists holding an international conference to start finding ways to stop them hitting us?
Well I think this is just part of that but they should tell us the liars.


What about the rumors that keep circulating about there being an incoming asteroid that has a diameter of 1.2 Km?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 919411



can you point me in the right direction to do some reading on these rumors?
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"Current meteor forecast models project a strong Draconid outburst, possibly a full-blown storm, on Oct. 8, 2011, according to William Cooke of the Meteoroid Environment Office at NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Ala."
Further, "Jun 16, 2010 ... Draconid meteor shower: NASA is assessing the risk to spacecraft posed by the upcoming 2011 Draconid meteor shower, a seven-hour storm of tiny space rocks. ... suggests that the maximum rate will be several hundreds per hour. ...."

[link to www.csmonitor.com]

I am leaning towards this hypothesis as well OP,
thanks for the compilation.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1093788


The Leonids Meteor Shower is supposedly already in progress (early) and it is set to peak on Nov. 17, 2010.

[link to stardate.org]

I wonder what the PEAK of this meteor shower will be like this year?
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I have a had another take on this. When a large enough astroid hits it actually cooks the ntire earth because of all the debris that goes up and comes back down cauing friction. This is what they think actually killed the dinosaurs...not the actualy impact or the earthquakes or the tidal waves but the cooking of the atmopshere. The only safe place would be orbiting the earth until the cooking stopped.... hiding
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that nonsense was debunked by a young british girl scientist, and a pretty one at that too, who decided to go around the world looking for charcoal at the KT boundary.

guess what? she only found it down range from the impact, in the USA, where the angled thermal blast wave did indeed cook everything, and nowhere else.
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a missile wouldnt work, theres some other connection
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I have a had another take on this. When a large enough astroid hits it actually cooks the ntire earth because of all the debris that goes up and comes back down cauing friction. This is what they think actually killed the dinosaurs...not the actualy impact or the earthquakes or the tidal waves but the cooking of the atmopshere. The only safe place would be orbiting the earth until the cooking stopped.... hiding


that nonsense was debunked by a young british girl scientist, and a pretty one at that too, who decided to go around the world looking for charcoal at the KT boundary.

guess what? she only found it down range from the impact, in the USA, where the angled thermal blast wave did indeed cook everything, and nowhere else.
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well i feel better
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Of course advanced instrumentation and better reporting may account for a lot of sightings, but...
Anyway here is a good link for events and missions regarding NEOs.
[link to www.iau.org]
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Interesting conjecture. I just finished reading the post on the Can missles and before I read this thread I had the same thought. I started the "Official Fireball and Sonic Boom" thread for this reason if you check the postings there you will see that there were quite a flurry of siteings April through Aug then they subside only to pick up markedly in the last month or so. The current siteings seem to be much larger and closer and yet none have seemed to land in areas greatly populated. The missle firings which apparently never seem to land could well be an attempt to derail a disasterous hit. The other interesting thing to note is that there has been no reaction from ANY MAJOR FOREIGN POWER in regards to this. One would think either the Russians or the Chinese would be screaming about these launchings which leads me to believe they were informed and concurred.
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Netherlands (“massive meteor fireball”); begin video at 2:19


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bsflag

That was last year.
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I agree with this but its not any stupid planet X garbage but they are probably testing to see if they can shoot down asteroids.
Probably not ones that are even headed towards us.
But remember the Russians were speaking not long ago about actually testing to see if they can?
And then these scientists holding an international conference to start finding ways to stop them hitting us?
Well I think this is just part of that but they should tell us the liars.


What about the rumors that keep circulating about there being an incoming asteroid that has a diameter of 1.2 Km?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 919411

Well in reality there could be, and they would never tell us.
But 1.2km isn't an ELE thats more like 60kms.
But they will be doing this kind of thing in the future more anyway they have said they will.
Whether or not these were actual threats from NEO's we will never know.
But im glad they are doing it they should have been doing this testing preparing for this long ago.
Asteroids are the biggest threat to Earth and human civilization.
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I thought of that also. Obviously those that know what happened and why aren't talking.
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I think "those that know" aren't talking because we are heading into an unprecedented large field of larger than usual meteors that we cannot help but encounter in our path and that the time it will take us to pass throuh is goin to be significant.

Therefore, they are expecting potentially a lare number of human casualties?

And, for many, there will be nowhere they can go to be safe?

Have you ever seen meteor crater in Arizona?

[link to www.meteorcrater.com]

Meteor crater was caused by a piece of an asteroid traveling at 26,000 miles per hour that impacted the earth approx. 50,000 years ago.

The problem with meteor crater is that the crater itself is it is nearly one mile across, 2.4 miles in circumference and more than 550 feet deep.

The collision that rocked the American Southwest that caused meteor crater had the estimated energy of more than 20 million tons of TNT!

and that was caused by just "a piece" of an asteroid...
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I agree with this but its not any stupid planet X garbage but they are probably testing to see if they can shoot down asteroids.
Probably not ones that are even headed towards us.
But remember the Russians were speaking not long ago about actually testing to see if they can?
And then these scientists holding an international conference to start finding ways to stop them hitting us?
Well I think this is just part of that but they should tell us the liars.


What about the rumors that keep circulating about there being an incoming asteroid that has a diameter of 1.2 Km?



can you point me in the right direction to do some reading on these rumors?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1092040

Could you mean Apophis? The Russians have made preparations for this encounter a priority.
[link to neo.jpl.nasa.gov]
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Thanks for the pin!
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a missile wouldnt work, theres some other connection
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Yes it would be enough to deflect it onto another trajectory the shock wave, or perhaps not (a) missile but missile(s).
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This is making perfect sense to explain them all far and wide.
 Quoting: Old Money


The French have even admitted that they also launched a similar missile this past Wednesday over France.

Additionally, the three missiles that were launched Nov. 8th (last Monday) from Canada, all three of which citizens of Newfoundland saw and one of which they caught on camera, are thoought to have originated from French territory that is inside of Canada.

Here's that report:

[link to deathby1000papercuts.com]
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[link to www.amsmeteors.org]

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