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Tombfly
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Any pictures of meteorite fragments that have been collected yet?
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Can we all say we're being conditioned to not question future impacts and time lines?

I mean, no one gave a huge amount of warning to Russia yesterday.
We're okay with it.

in 3 months when a city gets destroyed, we'll be conditioned to not question if after the last 24 hours.

...Catch my drift?
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What´s more annoying is the fact that they really want to make us believe the "coincidence" of the strike, how high are the odds for that happening on the same day?
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THIS^^^^^^^^^^^^^ × 1000000000
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First of this is a false flag

Second astroid hittin earth?

Dont hold ya breath

This is a distraction
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Also THIS ^^^^
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Can we all say we're being conditioned to not question future impacts and time lines?

I mean, no one gave a huge amount of warning to Russia yesterday.
We're okay with it.

in 3 months when a city gets destroyed, we'll be conditioned to not question if after the last 24 hours.

...Catch my drift?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1266452

What´s more annoying is the fact that they really want to make us believe the "coincidence" of the strike, how high are the odds for that happening on the same day?
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THIS^^^^^^^^^^^^^ × 1000000000
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Yeah the MSM is especially pushing hard that this is all a coincidence. So I'll let you draw your own conclusions.
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How could a meteorite fragment hitting Chebarkul lake in Russia create a nearly perfect circle in the ice?



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When you throw a square stone in a lake does it make a square ripple?

The kinetic energy disperses in a round pattern.

Hope this helps.
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okay one question:

how come the meteorite that hit russia explodes in mid air? should it not disintegrate not explode like that?
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AKA airburst, the mechanical shock as Earth's atmosphere is encountered is tremendous and since rocks tend to have many flaws in them (especially if they are formed by accretion) the rock would likely shatter. The rock is also traveling much faster than air molecules (even many times hydrogen's velocity) so it would be compressing a massive amount of air (with subsequent heating and then expansion) without any of that air escaping to the sides. As the rock breaks up, the expanding air (which is from our atmosphere, not the rock) can scatter the smaller rock pieces over a huge area with an exploding BANG! Just my two cents.
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I think that it is fairly safe to take significant notice of the timing of this event. The odds against such an event occurring randomly ( that is, without special direction) and at this rather ominous point in time considering the expectancy surrounding 2012 DA14, are seemingly, ahem, er, 'astronomical'. The magnitude of the Russian event is unique- in terms of human casualty (injuries) and property damage- in recorded history. To think that this supreme rarity coincided naturally in time with the arrival (roughly) of a separate, long observed space rock ( thus magnifying the strangeness) is more than difficult. I therefore submit that it is decidedly easier to accept the notion that the Russian 'meteor' was a purposeful display of control/power by an outside entity (entities) meant as a clue of sorts...an indication to those paying attention that the time of times is at hand. Nothing new age per se, or mystical . Just cold and thick and hard reality taking on a more pronounced universal flavor profile, and old, stubborn humanity finally taking notice of things. If the situation as it has occurred remains unchanged for the rest of the day, then all of this conjecture will remain such and the main idea will stay theory. If, however, something new takes place (third strike?) in a timely fashion, the ideas contained in this post shall be enough proved for my liking.
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They probably knew this one was going to hit so they found one that would pass the same day and get all the telescopes in the world looking in the wrong direction so no one would see the real threat in the other direction.

I don't think they knew if it would hit,where or if it would break up so they feigned ignorance and diverted every ones attention...if it killed thousands they could say "we didn't see it coming" but you can bet they watched it all the way in!
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chelyabinsk is a nuclear research and weapons testing area, has had serious nuclear incidents in its past(1957) is one of the worst polluted areas on the planet and has had ufo sightings out here as well also large gold ore deposits and is a huge metallurgical refinery area as well, something else is going on here and im not buying a meteor story.
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I haven't read this whole thread so not sure if anyone has mentioned this but the meteor hit at exactly 9.11 am
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I haven't read this whole thread so not sure if anyone has mentioned this but the meteor hit at exactly 9.11 am
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What time zone?
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chelyabinsk is a nuclear research and weapons testing area, has had serious nuclear incidents in its past(1957) is one of the worst polluted areas on the planet and has had ufo sightings out here as well also large gold ore deposits and is a huge metallurgical refinery area as well, something else is going on here and im not buying a meteor story.
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I haven't read this whole thread so not sure if anyone has mentioned this but the meteor hit at exactly 9.11 am
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What time zone?
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Just Watched a YouTube vid and it was a dash cam with time. Becomes visible at 9:10:46 and impacts at EXACTLY 9.11 am. News reports only say it hit at around 9am..
Tombfly
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How could a meteorite fragment hitting Chebarkul lake in Russia create a nearly perfect circle in the ice?



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 Quoting: Tombfly 1577203


When you throw a square stone in a lake does it make a square ripple?

The kinetic energy disperses in a round pattern.

Hope this helps.

In the solid state, chemical bonds are stronger than the kinetic energy of the atoms. The atoms are locked into their crystal lattice positions. Kinetic energy dispersal in solids is much lower. Energy would still radiate similar to seismic waves, but the ice wouldn't fracture in a circle. Does ice have cleavage?
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read "impact" by douglas preston. this fit that book perfectly and doom ensue
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Suppose for a minute you are able to take a new NANO MATERIAL.

Or Turn something like Magnesium, or Titanium, into a NANO particle.

And use it in a Fuel/Air explosion?

I believe that once Magnesium, or Titanium starts to burn, it does not need Air, it will burn under water?

Fuel/air explosive represent the military application of the vapor cloud explosions, and dust explosions accidents that have long bedeviled a variety of industries.

Fuel/Air Explosions
[link to www.fas.org]

Thermobaric Weapon
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Dust Explosion
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Nice! Thanks.

Speaking of nanotechnology, for that other poster above-
Our leading University for nanotech, U of Riverside, uses
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So do we.
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Tombfly
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02/15/2013 05:40 PM
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Twenty minutes until another asteroid live stream.

[link to www.ustream.tv]
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Twenty minutes until another asteroid live stream.

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what is this countdown timer for???

I thought DA14 passed already?
0pen your mind
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How could a meteorite fragment hitting Chebarkul lake in Russia create a nearly perfect circle in the ice?



[link to www.slate.com]
 Quoting: Tombfly 1577203


When you throw a square stone in a lake does it make a square ripple?

The kinetic energy disperses in a round pattern.

Hope this helps.

In the solid state, chemical bonds are stronger than the kinetic energy of the atoms. The atoms are locked into their crystal lattice positions. Kinetic energy dispersal in solids is much lower. Energy would still radiate similar to seismic waves, but the ice wouldn't fracture in a circle. Does ice have cleavage?
 Quoting: northerntomcat 33077229


I think angle of attack and composition would play big factors in the distribution of energy.

I found this tid bit on the Tunguska event:

Blast patterns

The explosion's effect on the trees near the epicentre of the explosion was replicated during atmospheric nuclear tests in the 1950s and 1960s. These effects are caused by the shock wave produced by large explosions. The trees directly below the explosion are stripped as the blast wave moves vertically downward, while trees farther away are knocked over because the blast wave is travelling closer to the horizontal when it reaches them.

Soviet experiments performed in the mid-1960s, with model forests (made of matches on wire stakes) and small explosive charges slid downward on wires, produced butterfly shaped blast patterns strikingly similar to the pattern found at the Tunguska site. The experiments suggested that the object had approached at an angle of roughly 30 degrees from the ground and 115 degrees from north and had exploded in mid-air.
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Team was searching for the divers .

They like that divers will search for a meteorite even at night at the bottom of the lake .

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I haven't read this whole thread so not sure if anyone has mentioned this but the meteor hit at exactly 9.11 am
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 12595920


What time zone?
 Quoting: Lo0seR 20220748


Just Watched a YouTube vid and it was a dash cam with time. Becomes visible at 9:10:46 and impacts at EXACTLY 9.11 am. News reports only say it hit at around 9am..
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This is Big Deal, comrade.
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Any pictures of meteorite fragments that have been collected yet?
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No doubt they'll be 'produced' in time.
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Fishermen saw the moment when meteorite hit the ice .

he said that he saw column of ice, water and steam .
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I cannot but mention the weird artifact I experienced yesterday. I was listening to AM radio around 620 KHz as I am an amateur ham radio listener (Well, I could have said operator, but getting a license in Russia to transmit is pretty hard.) And the radio station drowned out in static, the pitch of the static throttled slowly down and then back up again making a nice V shape on the waterfall graphics. Sounded like a static 'siren' actually. Perhaps an asteroid got caught between the transmitter dish and my receiver? Our lights flickered for a couple of minutes before everything went back to normal. The radio transmitter noted something about 'technical difficulties'. What on Earth could that have been?
If any foreign minister begins to defend to the death a "peace conference," you can be sure his government has already placed its orders for new battleships and aeroplanes.
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Just now on RT


a series of explosions in the skies of Russia’s Urals region has sparked panic in three major cities


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Another meteorite burning up in the USA. Good thing this one didnt explode.
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It was probably one of the satellites they said would be knocked out of orbit but they didn't want to be liable for it so they blamed it on another asteroid.
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Any talk about this rock being shot down??
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so has 2012 DA14 passed us by yet ??
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Friday’s meteorite which struck Chelyabinsk carried a mass of around 40 tonnes, possibly making it the largest recorded object to hit the Earth since Tunguska. It was around 15 meters across when it entered the atmosphere, according to one expert.



"I'm not aware of anyone who saw this coming," Heiner Klinkrad, head of the European Space Operations Centre in Germany, said

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