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2012TV Asteroid 0.7 LD Oct 7

 
Isis One

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Why exactly is that number concerning? There are NEO's found less than a month ago at 30 times the closest approach that have over 500.

Seriously, you guys freak out over the most half analyzed stuff...
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It didn't sound to me like anybody was "freakin out", just having on on-line discussion about an interesting topic of NEOs just showing up out of the blue, when some objects are found and identified YEARS ahead of time so far out as to be ridiculus, so its that paradox thats intriquing.
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Thank you, Isis. I'm not freaking out. I just want to know. Nosy, inquisitive, take your pick, but I saw the aurora for the first time this year, first meteor shower and adding an asteroid to that collection of firsts in one year would be amazing!

Unless it hits somewhere like a fault connected to something major. Or a town, etc. Otherwise, I'd truly love to glimpse it.

So if our magnetosphere being amped like, say, from a CME would affect the trajectory, then what?
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I'm not sure what, but something is disturbing our magnetosphere the past hour or so and so I asked on Nin's thread if an incoming asteroid could casue it? I also didn't know if the moon was inside or outside our magnetosphere and it turns out its outside for the most part except when it is behind the earth in the magnetotail. I'm not sure where the moon is now in relation to the magnetotail.
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I found out the moon is just crossing over and out of the magnetotail, when its a full moon, it is always in the magnetotail, it heads in 3 days prior to full and takes 6 or so days to traverse back out. While in the magnetotail, the moon gets whipped by the magnetotail and its worse in a solar storm. The dark side of the full moon picks up a pretty big charge -100v as it is enveloped in a plasm shield. I still do not know where the asteroid is passing in relation to the moon and the earth.
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Hints why i stated we will be in alignment with the blunt direct impact of whatever frequency the energy resonates at during the moment of perfect alignment of earth and the black hole. In my eyes this is the purest energy we could ever wish to resonate within. There will be no outside influences on our perceprion just pure true self....aka the unvailing of truth.
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Which asteroid make the closest flyby in the history of mankind?

Look for the closest one in the past and make your own conclusions about this one.

Don't waste your time looking for an answer from NASA.
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Hey OP, I must've missed the CME and Black hole event. What happened?
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Im not sure what u are reffering to....the sun will aligni with the blackhole in the milky way which is supposed to occur dec21 from my understanding. So the 8th i doubt is anything to worry about. But when the alignment occurs whenever that is we will be overwhelmed with a different type of enough energy which i believe will affect how we perceive "time" as a whole. Aka instant manifestation!
 Quoting: kcdub0184


We're in the milky way. There are probably thousands of black holes roaming throughout the galaxy. There is absolutely no way what you're saying is possible.

You don't know what the fuck you're talking about, so stop talking about it.


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That was an educated responce. You chose to believe what you want but what i am speaking is flatt out fact. You having the nerve to say it is not plausible even shows your lack of understanding on the reality of the situation. There is no argument this is not a story its the reality and you will soon experience it. Your blind hate will lead you in circles of fear.
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I have to get to bed. Thank you, everyone, for such a truly engaging conversation! I hope for many more! I'll be back tomorrow. Unless the moon explodes. ;) Sweet dreams, ladies and gents!
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I have to get to bed. Thank you, everyone, for such a truly engaging conversation! I hope for many more! I'll be back tomorrow. Unless the moon explodes. ;) Sweet dreams, ladies and gents!
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I have to get to bed. Thank you, everyone, for such a truly engaging conversation! I hope for many more! I'll be back tomorrow. Unless the moon explodes. ;) Sweet dreams, ladies and gents!
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Good night OP. Thank you for starting this thread. Very interesting.

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Nothing to worry about. Unless it hits the MOON which is much more plobable do to its trajectory angle to the elypic.
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If it hits the moon is it big enough to do more than a crater?

If the black hole effects everything in the Milky Way and the sun does too could the whatever the black hole did earlier and the CME earlier (arrival the 8th) cause a REALLY big butterfly effect with 2012TV or is it more of a eh nah?
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Hey OP, I must've missed the CME and Black hole event. What happened?
 Quoting: CitizenX1


This is the only thing I have read on black holes the past couple of days, hope it helps.

[link to phys.org]
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[link to www.news.com.au]
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Which asteroid make the closest flyby in the history of mankind?



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All of them that actually hit us.
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Nothing to worry about. Unless it hits the MOON which is much more plobable do to its trajectory angle to the elypic.
 Quoting: kcdub0184


If it hits the moon is it big enough to do more than a crater?

If the black hole effects everything in the Milky Way and the sun does too could the whatever the black hole did earlier and the CME earlier (arrival the 8th) cause a REALLY big butterfly effect with 2012TV or is it more of a eh nah?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 24613830


Hey OP, I must've missed the CME and Black hole event. What happened?
 Quoting: CitizenX1


This is the only thing I have read on black holes the past couple of days, hope it helps.

[link to phys.org]
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thanks!
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Re: 2012TV Asteroid 0.7 LD Oct 7

Which asteroid make the closest flyby in the history of mankind?

Look for the closest one in the past and make your own conclusions about this one.

Don't waste your time looking for an answer from NASA.

 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 22898624


This is nearest thing I could find

On January 13, 2010 at 12:46 UT, near-Earth asteroid 2010 AL30[45] passed at about 122,000 km (76,000 mi). It was approximately 10–15 m (33–49 ft) wide. If 2010 AL30 had entered the Earth's atmosphere, it would have created an air burst equivalent to between 50 kT and 100 kT (kilotons of TNT). The Hiroshima "Little Boy" atom bomb had a yield between 13-18kT.[46]

From Wikipedia
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Which asteroid make the closest flyby in the history of mankind?

Look for the closest one in the past and make your own conclusions about this one.

Don't waste your time looking for an answer from NASA.

 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 22898624


This is nearest thing I could find

On January 13, 2010 at 12:46 UT, near-Earth asteroid 2010 AL30[45] passed at about 122,000 km (76,000 mi). It was approximately 10–15 m (33–49 ft) wide. If 2010 AL30 had entered the Earth's atmosphere, it would have created an air burst equivalent to between 50 kT and 100 kT (kilotons of TNT). The Hiroshima "Little Boy" atom bomb had a yield between 13-18kT.[46]

From Wikipedia
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Imagine what a 41 meter one would do.
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We're in the milky way. There are probably thousands of black holes roaming throughout the galaxy. There is absolutely no way what you're saying is possible.

You don't know what the fuck you're talking about, so stop talking about it.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 19755366


We are NOT in the Milky way


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Which asteroid make the closest flyby in the history of mankind?

Look for the closest one in the past and make your own conclusions about this one.

Don't waste your time looking for an answer from NASA.

 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 22898624


This is nearest thing I could find

On January 13, 2010 at 12:46 UT, near-Earth asteroid 2010 AL30[45] passed at about 122,000 km (76,000 mi). It was approximately 10–15 m (33–49 ft) wide. If 2010 AL30 had entered the Earth's atmosphere, it would have created an air burst equivalent to between 50 kT and 100 kT (kilotons of TNT). The Hiroshima "Little Boy" atom bomb had a yield between 13-18kT.[46]

From Wikipedia
 Quoting: Isis One


Imagine what a 41 meter one would do.
 Quoting: CitizenX1


Exactly, well, if we hear of any explosions in the sky tomorrow morning, we'll all know what caused it, GLP to the rescue. Night All, great thread OP, I'll give ya karma soon as I get some more, used mine all up today.

Last Edited by Isis One on 10/07/2012 04:18 AM
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Hints why i stated we will be in alignment with the blunt direct impact of whatever frequency the energy resonates at during the moment of perfect alignment of earth and the black hole. In my eyes this is the purest energy we could ever wish to resonate within. There will be no outside influences on our perceprion just pure true self....aka the unvailing of truth.
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whats going on i have been sensing this in the netherworld
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41 Meters that is nothing lol if it hits our atmosphere it will burn up to 5m and brake apart
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We're in the milky way. There are probably thousands of black holes roaming throughout the galaxy. There is absolutely no way what you're saying is possible.

You don't know what the fuck you're talking about, so stop talking about it.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 19755366


We are NOT in the Milky way


[link to viewzone2.com]
 Quoting: strange fellow


interesting link. I actually kinda remember reading something about this now. Not too familiar with the research or where it is now, but interesting nonetheless.

Maybe that is the big astrological event that's supposed to happen this year. That we will finally become fully "adopted" by the milky way and fully belong, and be affected by it's properties. Interesting stuff...
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41 Meters that is nothing lol if it hits our atmosphere it will burn up to 5m and brake apart
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On January 13, 2010 at 12:46 UT, near-Earth asteroid 2010 AL30[45] passed at about 122,000 km (76,000 mi). It was approximately 10–15 m (33–49 ft) wide. If 2010 AL30 had entered the Earth's atmosphere, it would have created an air burst equivalent to between 50 kT and 100 kT (kilotons of TNT). The Hiroshima "Little Boy" atom bomb had a yield between 13-18kT.[46]

From Wikipedia

^^^^ I was referring to the statement above from wikipedia. didn't sound like they were saying anything about something being 15 meters breaking up, so logically, you would think something 3 times bigger would have a bigger impact, no?

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alright, going to bed. Will let you all know if I see anything tomorrow morning. IF it is even visible that is...
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Geostationary orbits depend on Earths gravitational pull to remain fixed. The Sun, don't forget, influences the whole solar system. So trajectory confidence of an object entering our solar system is factored into the report. Basically, it adds the necessity for a human overseer who will study the computed data and planetary positions and adjust report if necessary. I forget the exact altitude but it is somewhere in the region of 70,000miles where Earth begins to exert a pull on objects. Astromut will be watching,
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It's 41 meters in size, and higher than geosynchronous orbit by 200,000 miles.

Nothing to see here, move along.
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Ever throw a pebble in a lake and see how far the ripples travel. Imagine a 41 meter rock falling from space and hitting an ocean. Middle of the Atlantic Would be bad, middle of San Francisco bay may be a slightly bigger issue.
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41 Meters that is nothing lol if it hits our atmosphere it will burn up to 5m and brake apart
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On January 13, 2010 at 12:46 UT, near-Earth asteroid 2010 AL30[45] passed at about 122,000 km (76,000 mi). It was approximately 10–15 m (33–49 ft) wide. If 2010 AL30 had entered the Earth's atmosphere, it would have created an air burst equivalent to between 50 kT and 100 kT (kilotons of TNT). The Hiroshima "Little Boy" atom bomb had a yield between 13-18kT.[46]

From Wikipedia

^^^^ I was referring to the statement above from wikipedia. didn't sound like they were saying anything about something being 15 meters breaking up, so logically, you would think something 3 times bigger would have a bigger impact, no?
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if its not iron based it would, as the bigger the area the higher chance it will brake apart.
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Re: 2012TV Asteroid 0.7 LD Oct 7
More to the point what is throwing these things our way?
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[link to www.spaceweather.com]

It wasn't there two days ago. How are these things missed?! How many satellites are in its path? Anyone?
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It's very simple, if the general public knows something is coming then they'll freak out. We have a lot of ignorant people in this society.
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Death by asteroid is deffinatly high up there on my top 5 choices of death list! That would be the a quick pleasant death would it not ;P
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bumping this for more info.
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bumping this for more info.
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