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Emergency Readiness: OKC an Fortworth "METEOR STRIKE" Scenario

 
Anonymous Coward
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05/24/2012 02:16 AM
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Wow.... Wish you guys new Spanish. This guy is an Argentinian version of Nostradamus, but his prophecies are a little bit more clear. He talks about meteors hitting the u.s.

[link to www.youtube.com]
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No reply on what could be causing these inbound meteors huh? I guess i dont believe what nasa told us few weeks back, meteor season lol fkn yank yank thats b.s in my book.
 Quoting: kcdub0184


Yep as skeptical as I am, I am starting to believe something is in our midst and it brings with it an entourage of rocks....This could be why all the recent late discoveries....and drills.
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Yes and the reason why the mainstream sites are slowly rolling out these "Planet X" articles and 'possibilities'... So that it's not going to be too much of a shock to the masses when this information comes to fruition. Warming up for a big reveal.

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05/24/2012 06:21 AM
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OP, see if you can ask around work today and report back. See what your co-workers think about this!
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05/24/2012 10:05 AM

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OP, see if you can ask around work today and report back. See what your co-workers think about this!
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05/24/2012 10:08 AM
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May 19th i think i was,Dallas county, Texas was doing a mock bio Terror Attack Run.
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FYI - .1 LD and 26m

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OK, this is getting a little warmer. Remember the Dragon spacecraft that was just launched to international space station? This would be a great cover. First type of this rocket being used would give plausible excuse if it were to have an "accident."

from spaceweather:
"During the early hours of May 25th, the Dragon will approach the docking port on the station's Harmony module. Because this is the Dragon's first visit to the ISS, mission controllers will proceed with caution. A detailed series of navigation and communication tests will be performed before the capsule is allowed to move close enough for astronauts to grab it with the robot arm and connect it to the station."
[link to www.spaceweather.com]

It is not hot yet, but it is getting pretty damn warm!
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05/24/2012 10:38 PM
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Maybe this is why he died because he knew about it. just a thought some one hit him in the head so hard he died!


Japanese astronomer is murdered in Chile: police

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keep tabs on how many astronomers died this year

At the Aeronautical Center in OKC and the Southwest Region is having an Emergency Readiness Scenario for May 24.

The scenario is:
The FAA received word from NASA that there will be Meteor Strikes that will impact Oklahoma and Texas.



Wonder if ????????


gaah
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At the Aeronautical Center in OKC and the Southwest Region is having an Emergency Readiness Scenario for May 24.

The scenario is:
The FAA received word from NASA that there will be Meteor Strikes that will impact Oklahoma and Texas.



Wonder if ????????


gaah
 Quoting: mikebo2


Here is some additional detail about the officials/agencies that would have been coordinating in the OP's stated Emergency Readiness Scenario (meteor strikes impacting PK and TX) that was scheduled for May 24th.

The FAA Deputy Assistant Administrator for Regions and Center Operations (ARC) reports to the FAA Assistant Administrator for Finance & Management and leads a nation-wide organization through a headquarters office in Washington, D.C., nine regional offices strategically located across the country, and the Mike Monroney Aeronautical Center in Oklahoma City.

The Southwest Region includes the states of NM, TX, OK, AR, and LA. The Southwest Regional Office is located in Fort Worth, TX.

The FAA website states that the operations of the regions and the Mike Monroney Aeronautical Center in Oklahoma City include providing government, Department of Transportation, and FAA-wide services in:

- emergency readiness (command, control, and communications)
- public and governmental outreach

Here's a list of the nine regions and the location of their regional office:

Alaskan Region (Anchorage, AK)
Northwest Mountain Region (Renton, WA)
Western Pacific Region (Hawthorne, CA)
Southwest Region (Fort Worth, TX)
Central Region (Kansas City, MO)
Great Lakes Region (Chicago, IL)
Southern Region (Atlanta, GA)
Eastern Region (FAA Headquarters, Washington, D.C.)
New England Region (Burlington, MA)

There is a map that shows the different regions and the states involved in each region at this link:

[link to www.faa.gov]
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Maybe this is why he died because he knew about it. just a thought some one hit him in the head so hard he died!


Japanese astronomer is murdered in Chile: police

[link to www.asiaone.com]


keep tabs on how many astronomers died this year

At the Aeronautical Center in OKC and the Southwest Region is having an Emergency Readiness Scenario for May 24.

The scenario is:
The FAA received word from NASA that there will be Meteor Strikes that will impact Oklahoma and Texas.



Wonder if ????????


gaah
 Quoting: mikebo2

 Quoting: Buck Roger 14067033


when i saw that in the news, my conspiracy-meter went to the roof!

Last Edited by Regulus on 05/25/2012 02:43 AM
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05/25/2012 07:39 AM
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OP, come back and give us an update please as to what happened during the drill...curious minds want to know!
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Maybe this is why he died because he knew about it. just a thought some one hit him in the head so hard he died!


Japanese astronomer is murdered in Chile: police

[link to www.asiaone.com]


keep tabs on how many astronomers died this year

At the Aeronautical Center in OKC and the Southwest Region is having an Emergency Readiness Scenario for May 24.

The scenario is:
The FAA received word from NASA that there will be Meteor Strikes that will impact Oklahoma and Texas.



Wonder if ????????


gaah
 Quoting: mikebo2

 Quoting: Buck Roger 14067033


How many have died this year?
mikebo2 (OP)

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05/27/2012 01:38 AM

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OP, come back and give us an update please as to what happened during the drill...curious minds want to know!
 Quoting: Laura Bow


Not much happened.
Most people had to do nothing.
Some of the upper level management were required to login to their systems from home.

Very strange.
Not sure why everyone got the email about the exercise if they were not required to do anything....
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05/27/2012 02:14 AM
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I'm a skeptic about most conspiracy's and ufo/paranormal activity.
I've had experiences with UFO's (exact definition)(Can't explain what I saw).
However I have always tried to keep an open mind about such things and do research.

I am just confused by the Scenario that the government chose to use in this situation.
Makes one wonder... do they know something we don't?
 Quoting: mikebo2


Of course they know something you dont. At the highest levels, that includes thousands of topics. Many topics that are thought to be fiction by Society, but are working systems. agent
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OP, come back and give us an update please as to what happened during the drill...curious minds want to know!
 Quoting: Laura Bow


Not much happened.
Most people had to do nothing.
Some of the upper level management were required to login to their systems from home.

Very strange.
Not sure why everyone got the email about the exercise if they were not required to do anything....
 Quoting: mikebo2


Sounds to me like a classic case of an excuse to do some tinkering on the home computers via the VPN to the workplace.

Question is why are they so concerned with the information FAA employees might or might not be sending back and forth between each other, or what employees might be doing online.
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