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The Hunt, The Viewing, The Seeing

 
Zen Bollix
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12/11/2012 02:26 PM
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The Hunt, The Viewing, The Seeing
[link to events.slooh.com]

Asteroid Toutatis Fly-By #2 - 12 DEC
EOW - The Hunt for Nibiru - 18 DEC
EOW - Solar Activity - 20 DEC
Comet Passes Galaxy - 20 DEC

For your information:

Watch it live on your computer!

1dunno1

Maybe it will be at a place near you if one asteriod hits or Nibiru is real!
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12/11/2012 02:33 PM
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Re: The Hunt, The Viewing, The Seeing
The seconds are ticking by, only about 35 minutes to go for the first event.
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Re: The Hunt, The Viewing, The Seeing
December 18th, the one that should trip your lid!

Remember, December 21st is only a few days away from the Hunt for Nibiru!

Da, done, da, done, da, done, da, done as the music plays on.
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Re: The Hunt, The Viewing, The Seeing
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The near-Earth asteroid 4179 Toutatis, which is about 3 miles (5 kilometers) wide, will zoom within 4.3 million miles (7 million kilometers) of Earth during its closest approach early Wednesday morning. That's too far away to pose any impact threat on this pass, but close enough to put on a pretty good show through top-notch telescopes, researchers say.
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a tribal protector

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The near-Earth asteroid 4179 Toutatis, which is about 3 miles (5 kilometers) wide, will zoom within 4.3 million miles (7 million kilometers) of Earth during its closest approach early Wednesday morning. That's too far away to pose any impact threat on this pass, but close enough to put on a pretty good show through top-notch telescopes, researchers say.
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can i call the girls and say i told you so yet?.. dang.. they are still right.. someone say money..
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Oh, it's MSNBC

Oh!


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Toutatis would cause catastrophic damage if it ever did slam into Earth. In general, scientists think a strike by anything at least 0.6 miles (1 km) wide could have global consequences, most likely by altering the world's climate for many years to come.

For comparison, the asteroid thought to have wiped out the dinosaurs 65 million years ago was an estimated 6 miles (10 km) across.

(It's a Doomy Kind of Day)

(Put to rest perhaps Nibiru coming up in a few days.)

Might be still places on this Planet where there is not "Light Pollution" clouding the sky.
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Re: The Hunt, The Viewing, The Seeing
Remember that all NEO (Near Earth Objects) may not be all known about or seen so far.
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Oh, already another thread on this, oh well!
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can i call the girls and say i told you so yet?.. dang.. they are still right.. someone say money..
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Call the boys too and make it a party...!

grinning
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12/11/2012 03:29 PM
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Re: The Hunt, The Viewing, The Seeing
Next fly-by tonight around 9pm CST (Central Standard Time) or actually 8:58pm.

And as the guy stated on the first fly-by:

Size matters, but not as much as Speed of the Fly-by if any asteroid should hit the Earth and be big enough to be an Extinction Level Event like with the Dinosaurs and that one thought to be only 6-miles wide (or km) hitting the Earth at around 35 miles/second.

Back to taking out the trash and cleaning up the place before "DOOM" occurs or else just back to the computer game of fighting the space-aliens computer game.

alien11

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