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YU55 Could Hit Moon, Hoagland Says

 
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YU55 Could Hit Moon, Hoagland Says
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RCH on Revolution Radio with Francis discussing the possibility of YU55 impacting the Moon....and of course the obligatory RCH schpeel about it being a craft rather than an asteroid. chuckle

If he's right there could be quite a show. If he's wrong.....???

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Last Edited by *Ozone Baby* on 10/31/2011 11:22 AM
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Re: YU55 Could Hit Moon, Hoagland Says
So what would be the result if it does hit the moon?
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So what would be the result if it does hit the moon?
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According to Hoagland, nothing, because it's obvious the moon has been hit many times before. He said impact would result in a crater 6 miles wide, 1 mile deep, and a huge debris cloud that would be amazing to watch from the North/South American vantage point. He said the debris would result in a most spectacular meteor shower three days later which I would think would have implications on Earth but he didn't seem to think so. I can tell you that Francis went into this thinking it would be 'disasterous' for Earth but RCH 'tuned' him in (for lack of a better term).
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Nobody told me there'd be days like these....Strange days indeed!
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"It is our innate solidarity - not some despotism of the sky - that is our source of morality and sense of decency."
~ Hitchens

"The essence of the independent mind is not in what it thinks, but how it thinks."
~ Hitchens

"A mote of dust suspended in a sunbeam."
~ Sagan

I LOVE science and I LOVE space but I am hugely skeptical and don't trust a word NASA says.
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Hoagland predicted it, therefore, it will NEVER happen. Hoagland said Vesta was a spacecraft...then Elenin was a spacecraft. Now, YU55 is a spacecraft.

See the pattern?

rolleyes
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So what would be the result if it does hit the moon?
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According to Hoagland, nothing, because it's obvious the moon has been hit many times before. He said impact would result in a crater 6 miles wide, 1 mile deep, and a huge debris cloud that would be amazing to watch from the North/South American vantage point. He said the debris would result in a most spectacular meteor shower three days later which I would think would have implications on Earth but he didn't seem to think so. I can tell you that Francis went into this thinking it would be 'disasterous' for Earth but RCH 'tuned' him in (for lack of a better term).
 Quoting: ExoPoliChick


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Would that be like his last "spaceship"?
[link to www.global-rent-a-scope.com]
Looks like it was in need of a serious recall lol.
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Did he provide any orbital elements showing an impact would occur? The evidence that an impact won't occur is mighty strong, so unless he can provide actual data to show it will...

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Would that be like his last "spaceship"?
[link to www.global-rent-a-scope.com]
Looks like it was in need of a serious recall lol.
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lol
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"It is our innate solidarity - not some despotism of the sky - that is our source of morality and sense of decency."
~ Hitchens

"The essence of the independent mind is not in what it thinks, but how it thinks."
~ Hitchens

"A mote of dust suspended in a sunbeam."
~ Sagan

I LOVE science and I LOVE space but I am hugely skeptical and don't trust a word NASA says.
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Would that be like his last "spaceship"?
[link to www.global-rent-a-scope.com]
Looks like it was in need of a serious recall lol.
 Quoting: Astromut


lol
 Quoting: ExoPoliChick


Well, he starts out by saying he has evidence but then he never presents it. He basically attributes it all to a 'source' within the organization that nobody will talk to anymore.... whatever I take anything and everything he says with a gigantic grain of Himalayan sea salt. chuckle
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"It is our innate solidarity - not some despotism of the sky - that is our source of morality and sense of decency."
~ Hitchens

"The essence of the independent mind is not in what it thinks, but how it thinks."
~ Hitchens

"A mote of dust suspended in a sunbeam."
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Would that be like his last "spaceship"?
[link to www.global-rent-a-scope.com]
Looks like it was in need of a serious recall lol.
 Quoting: Astromut


lol
 Quoting: ExoPoliChick


Well, he starts out by saying he has evidence but then he never presents it. He basically attributes it all to a 'source' within the organization that nobody will talk to anymore.... whatever I take anything and everything he says with a gigantic grain of Himalayan sea salt. chuckle
 Quoting: ExoPoliChick


Whoops meant to quote Astromut there, not myself. duh

Last Edited by *Ozone Baby* on 10/31/2011 11:38 AM
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Nobody told me there'd be days like these....Strange days indeed!
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

"It is our innate solidarity - not some despotism of the sky - that is our source of morality and sense of decency."
~ Hitchens

"The essence of the independent mind is not in what it thinks, but how it thinks."
~ Hitchens

"A mote of dust suspended in a sunbeam."
~ Sagan

I LOVE science and I LOVE space but I am hugely skeptical and don't trust a word NASA says.
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Hoagland = not truthworthy
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Hoagland has zero creibility - nothing but sensationalism. Can you name one thing he has predicted in the last couple of years that has actually turned out to be verifiably true? Didn't think so....nuff said
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Would that be like his last "spaceship"?
[link to www.global-rent-a-scope.com]
Looks like it was in need of a serious recall lol.
 Quoting: Astromut


ROFL!
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bumpity bump bump!
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"It is our innate solidarity - not some despotism of the sky - that is our source of morality and sense of decency."
~ Hitchens

"The essence of the independent mind is not in what it thinks, but how it thinks."
~ Hitchens

"A mote of dust suspended in a sunbeam."
~ Sagan

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how you you know elenin was not a ship???? how do you explain when the cme hit it that the tetrahedron shield became clearly visible!!!

who is to know one way or the other unless you see the thing. I wish that Navy Space Command pilot would return to give us the inside scoop.
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In just over a week Hoagland is shown to be right for once.or a total nutjob.If right he deserves commending for his diligence and for notifying us.If wrong he can slip on a strait-jacket and be forced to watch Dancing with the Stars on an endless loop!hiding
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how you you know elenin was not a ship???? how do you explain when the cme hit it that the tetrahedron shield became clearly visible!!!
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You mean the blob of a processing artifact that looked just like a bunch of other amorphous blobs all over the same image? Yeah, "clearly" it was a "shield," and clearly the "spaceship" suffered a warp core breach:
[link to www.global-rent-a-scope.com]

Maybe the Navy Space Command destroyed it, or hell, maybe I destroyed it ( [link to www.godlikeproductions.com] )...
chuckle
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Better that it hits the moon rather than the earth.
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Would that be like his last "spaceship"?
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Looks like it was in need of a serious recall lol.
 Quoting: Astromut


lol
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Well, he starts out by saying he has evidence but then he never presents it. He basically attributes it all to a 'source' within the organization that nobody will talk to anymore.... whatever I take anything and everything he says with a gigantic grain of Himalayan sea salt. chuckle
 Quoting: ExoPoliChick


Whoops meant to quote Astromut there, not myself. duh
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I have done that before lmao
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So, hehe, wouldn't be ironic if it hit the undetonated nukes up there....

That would make that dream I had about the moon exploding come true...
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JPL is going to start releasing Radar updated Orbital Elements late on the 4th;
"Note to optical observers: We intend to provide radar astrometry shortly after the November 4 Goldstone track through the JPL/Horizons online ephemeris system. This should shrink the uncertainies sufficiently for other observatories to track this object once it enters the night sky on November 8..."
[link to echo.jpl.nasa.gov]

I predict the JPL/Horizons online ephemeris system is going to get real busy late on the 4th.

I also predict that my prediction above will be much more accurate than Hoagland's prediction...

ohyeah
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Hoagland has zero credibility - nothing but sensationalism. Can you name one thing he has predicted in the last couple of years that has actually turned out to be verifiably true? Didn't think so....nuff said
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Years? That should read decades. Didn't he get all mystical about the Face on Mars till it was shown to be nothing more than a clump of rocks?
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JPL is going to start releasing Radar updated Orbital Elements late on the 4th;
"Note to optical observers: We intend to provide radar astrometry shortly after the November 4 Goldstone track through the JPL/Horizons online ephemeris system. This should shrink the uncertainies sufficiently for other observatories to track this object once it enters the night sky on November 8..."
[link to echo.jpl.nasa.gov]

I predict the JPL/Horizons online ephemeris system is going to get real busy late on the 4th.

I also predict that my prediction above will be much more accurate than Hoagland's prediction...

ohyeah
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I'll be hitting it up for sure.
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how you you know elenin was not a ship???? how do you explain when the cme hit it that the tetrahedron shield became clearly visible!!!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 149051


You mean the blob of a processing artifact that looked just like a bunch of other amorphous blobs all over the same image? Yeah, "clearly" it was a "shield," and clearly the "spaceship" suffered a warp core breach:
[link to www.global-rent-a-scope.com]

Maybe the Navy Space Command destroyed it, or hell, maybe I destroyed it ( [link to www.godlikeproductions.com] )...
chuckle
 Quoting: Astromut


Rofl wow that was comedy Astro thanks

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