THIS IS A REALLY STRANGE NEWS "UPDATE" FROM NBC's
BRIAN WILLIAMS! (ARE WE SUPPOSED TO "READ BETWEEN
THE LINES, HERE?") HMMMMMM......
(Thank you GLP poster for this link/transcript! 2-13-2013) Thread: Shit hitting the fan on Saturday and nothing is pinned on here?? WTF ??
This content comes from Closed Captioning that was broadcast (NBC) along with this program.
Brian Williams reports the following on NBC News:
wILLIAMS: >>>...Two items of space news tonight. both may cause concern, but keep in mind, there's nothing we can do about either one.[/color]
....First of all, an asteroid the size of a 15-story building
is going to pass very close by on February 15th. It will pass so close, it's going to be beneath the altitude of orbiting satellites at about eight times the speed of a gunshot.
Satellite owners and operators have been notified to keep their equipment out of the way.
Australians will probably get the best nighttime view.
...Second, there are predictions of a large solar storm,
(CME?) big enough to knock out satellites and cause earth power surges. Experts at the royal academy in the u.k. say it's not if, but when we here on earth will have about 30 minutes notice when it happens. so enjoy your weekend!
END OF QUOTE FROM NBC'S BRIAN WILLIAMS 2-13-2013
The thing you should be interested in is to consider if
there is, IN FACT, a 'NEWS BLACK-OUT' on 2012-DA14 right
now? (I believe there is a "gag-order" to LIMIT the amount of coverage but not a total black-out which would draw more attention!)
If there's a "brown-out" and NOT a "black-out"....Then how could the newscasters who are "PRIVY" TO NEW INFO get the "LOW-KEY" WORD out to the public?
Well, how about LINKING TWO THINGS TOGETHER (like "here comes the astroid 2012-DA14....and We expect to be hit this weekend by a CME from the sun!") If they just present the TWO THINGS THAT COULD MAKE THE ASTROID HIT--but not tell you straight-up that there is "concern" that the CME may effect DA14's trajectory--then THAT'S ALL THEY CAN GIVE US!@
And..."so enjoy your weekend" is the best we can say?