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ya astrojerk, whats the story?
 Quoting: Matrix-V


Yay, let's call Dr. Astro nasty names because "stuff is happening."

"The generally enhanced number of sound generating fireballs reported between the months of January and April is keyed, we
suggest, to the meteorite fall rate, which is also enhanced over the same time interval."
[link to hyperion2.cc.uregina.ca]

[link to articles.adsabs.harvard.edu]

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[link to www.nature.com]

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February is historically an active month for fireballs and meteors.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro

That is not to downplay this month's events, this ranks right up there as one of the most significant; the Russia fireball was massive indeed. Still not Tunguska level (that was between 10-100 times as powerful), but it will go down in the history books nonetheless.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


Well, technically you are correct. "DA14" did not hit us. It detonated 70-30km above the surface of Chelyabinsk.
 Quoting: LunaHominem

No, it did not. I observed DA14 in space after the meteor hit Chelyabinsk. Furthermore, the trajectory of DA14 absolutely precluded any possibility of impact. Furthermore, even if you altered the trajectory to hit earth, it could only reach southern to equatorial latitudes, not the Ural mountains at 55N.
The Chelyabinsk "meteor" was DA14.
 Quoting: luna

No it was not. Here's DA14, taken 6 hours after the Chelyabinsk meteor:
[link to i319.photobucket.com]
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ya astrojerk, whats the story?
 Quoting: Matrix-V


Yay, let's call Dr. Astro nasty names because "stuff is happening."

"The generally enhanced number of sound generating fireballs reported between the months of January and April is keyed, we
suggest, to the meteorite fall rate, which is also enhanced over the same time interval."
[link to hyperion2.cc.uregina.ca]

[link to articles.adsabs.harvard.edu]

[link to articles.adsabs.harvard.edu]

[link to www.nature.com]

[link to articles.adsabs.harvard.edu]

[link to articles.adsabs.harvard.edu]

[link to articles.adsabs.harvard.edu]

February is historically an active month for fireballs and meteors.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


bump for the idiots who keep bitching at me.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


It's mostly because you are a dick, but you kinda have to be with some of the people here. but still, two wrongs etc etc blah blah yada yada yada.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 20906040


I don't call people out with vulgar names on threads they haven't even participated in yet. Just saying. If people want to abuse me, fine, but don't be surprised that I'm a dick in return.

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IMAGE ( [link to i1290.photobucket.com] )


caught this w/printscreen from [link to weather.cod.edu]


meteor on radar couple hours ago heading west towards mexico
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I agree with Astro!!!

Last summer the wife and I stayed up and watched hundreds of asteroids hit our atmosphere. It was cool!

Still the impact in Russia was supper cool, and now everyone is focused on them. Next week we will all be focused on something else. Maybe the salt domes or something.

It never ends.

Still cool thread. It would be awesome if GLP could combine multiple threads into one!
Just Youtube search "Obama Lies, (Enter name here)LIES to get a good handle on everyone. Don't trust liars for they are only there to deceive.
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Yay, let's call Dr. Astro nasty names because "stuff is happening."

"The generally enhanced number of sound generating fireballs reported between the months of January and April is keyed, we
suggest, to the meteorite fall rate, which is also enhanced over the same time interval."
[link to hyperion2.cc.uregina.ca]

[link to articles.adsabs.harvard.edu]

[link to articles.adsabs.harvard.edu]

[link to www.nature.com]

[link to articles.adsabs.harvard.edu]

[link to articles.adsabs.harvard.edu]

[link to articles.adsabs.harvard.edu]

February is historically an active month for fireballs and meteors.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro

That is not to downplay this month's events, this ranks right up there as one of the most significant; the Russia fireball was massive indeed. Still not Tunguska level (that was between 10-100 times as powerful), but it will go down in the history books nonetheless.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


Well, technically you are correct. "DA14" did not hit us. It detonated 70-30km above the surface of Chelyabinsk.
 Quoting: LunaHominem

No, it did not. I observed DA14 in space after the meteor hit Chelyabinsk. Furthermore, the trajectory of DA14 absolutely precluded any possibility of impact. Furthermore, even if you altered the trajectory to hit earth, it could only reach southern to equatorial latitudes, not the Ural mountains at 55N.
The Chelyabinsk "meteor" was DA14.
 Quoting: luna

No it was not. Here's DA14, taken 6 hours after the Chelyabinsk meteor:
[link to i319.photobucket.com]
 Quoting: Dr. Astro

Sorry, that was 8 hours after the Chelyabinsk meteor hit, not 6. My bad. Even better though.
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OMG!!!!! Love it!!!thanks for the gigglehf
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No problemsunhf

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Where's information about the New York one?

Surely East & West Coast is big news?
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There will he signs in the sky....
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Dumb ass! Like theyre going to put signs in the sky saying "caution: meteor zone. proceed with caution" or "Attention meteors: please keep to the left" or "Attention meteors: this is restricted air space".

They wont put any dumb ass signs in the freakin sky. Sheesh!
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OMG!!!!! Love it!!!thanks for the gigglehf
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No problemsunhf

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unseen
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There will he signs in the sky....
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Dumb ass! Like theyre going to put signs in the sky saying "caution: meteor zone. proceed with caution" or "Attention meteors: please keep to the left" or "Attention meteors: this is restricted air space".

They wont put any dumb ass signs in the freakin sky. Sheesh!
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lol

hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha

you're toooooooo funneeeeeee
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OMG!!!!! Love it!!!thanks for the gigglehf
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No problemsunhf

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unseen
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


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Yay, let's call Dr. Astro nasty names because "stuff is happening."

"The generally enhanced number of sound generating fireballs reported between the months of January and April is keyed, we
suggest, to the meteorite fall rate, which is also enhanced over the same time interval."
[link to hyperion2.cc.uregina.ca]

[link to articles.adsabs.harvard.edu]

[link to articles.adsabs.harvard.edu]

[link to www.nature.com]

[link to articles.adsabs.harvard.edu]

[link to articles.adsabs.harvard.edu]

[link to articles.adsabs.harvard.edu]

February is historically an active month for fireballs and meteors.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro

That is not to downplay this month's events, this ranks right up there as one of the most significant; the Russia fireball was massive indeed. Still not Tunguska level (that was between 10-100 times as powerful), but it will go down in the history books nonetheless.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


Well, technically you are correct. "DA14" did not hit us. It detonated 70-30km above the surface of Chelyabinsk.
 Quoting: LunaHominem

No, it did not. I observed DA14 in space after the meteor hit Chelyabinsk. Furthermore, the trajectory of DA14 absolutely precluded any possibility of impact. Furthermore, even if you altered the trajectory to hit earth, it could only reach southern to equatorial latitudes, not the Ural mountains at 55N.
The Chelyabinsk "meteor" was DA14.
 Quoting: luna

No it was not. Here's DA14, taken 6 hours after the Chelyabinsk meteor:
[link to i319.photobucket.com]
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


If you say so, Dr. But I am not buying it. If nothing had happened over Chelyabinsk (where DA14's trajectory was also located) then I might believe your story.

You are telling us the same story that NASA has been telling us - the same NASA that was unable to predict or locate the large "meteors" that have begun falling since DA14 "passed". Nope, not buying your interpretation, Dr. Astro. It is a well crafted and meticulous interpretation but one that has rendered suspicious in light of the Chelyabinsk "cosmic coincidence".
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Nice,thanks. hf
Just one any....

The first symptom of stupidity is to think that we already know everything...

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Ok, so far we've had quite a few in the last few days.
Something bigger coming?


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Make sure that if you do see something to report it to these guys. They keep a record of all that are spotted.

[link to www.amsmeteors.org]

It's a fun website to explore as well.

:o)

P.S Where is Obama? No statement? He's hiding on vacation.
People are a freaked out here and not just the doomtards either. Everyone is really shaken up!

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There will he signs in the sky....
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Dumb ass! Like theyre going to put signs in the sky saying "caution: meteor zone. proceed with caution" or "Attention meteors: please keep to the left" or "Attention meteors: this is restricted air space".

They wont put any dumb ass signs in the freakin sky. Sheesh!
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LMAO they were quoting bible scripture LOLOLOL
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Astro Slut?? Whats going on??? We be scared!
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He doesn't have all the answers!....and wouldn't know how to think outside the box!!! There are many more people on GLP more qualified to give the correct answer!!!
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Oh hell to the NO!!! Those ARE NOT manboobs being sucked into the apparatus are they? Just, NO!!!!
Doom on baby!
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That is not to downplay this month's events, this ranks right up there as one of the most significant; the Russia fireball was massive indeed. Still not Tunguska level (that was between 10-100 times as powerful), but it will go down in the history books nonetheless.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


Well, technically you are correct. "DA14" did not hit us. It detonated 70-30km above the surface of Chelyabinsk.
 Quoting: LunaHominem

No, it did not. I observed DA14 in space after the meteor hit Chelyabinsk. Furthermore, the trajectory of DA14 absolutely precluded any possibility of impact. Furthermore, even if you altered the trajectory to hit earth, it could only reach southern to equatorial latitudes, not the Ural mountains at 55N.
The Chelyabinsk "meteor" was DA14.
 Quoting: luna

No it was not. Here's DA14, taken 6 hours after the Chelyabinsk meteor:
[link to i319.photobucket.com]
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


If you say so, Dr. But I am not buying it.
 Quoting: LunaHominem

Yes, I say so. I photographed the asteroid precisely where it was supposed to be 8 hours after the impact. Explain that. EXPLAIN IT!
If nothing had happened over Chelyabinsk (where DA14's trajectory was also located)
 Quoting: luna

Russia rotated under DA14's ground track, but at the time of the impact Chelyabinsk was rotated away from DA14's orbital path. What, you think asteroids rotate with the earth like corkscrewing bullets from that terrible movie "Wanted"? That's not how it works.
then I might believe your story.
 Quoting: luna

It's not a story, I photographed the asteroid 8 hours after the meteor impact. It's empirical proof that you are completely and totally wrong and your arguments are without any kind of merit whatsoever.
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Astro Slut?? Whats going on??? We be scared!
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He doesn't have all the answers!....and wouldn't know how to think outside the box!!! There are many more people on GLP more qualified to give the correct answer!!!
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2 in the state of Florida.

Thread: meteor east of Tampa Bay FL
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Yay, let's call Dr. Astro nasty names because "stuff is happening."

"The generally enhanced number of sound generating fireballs reported between the months of January and April is keyed, we
suggest, to the meteorite fall rate, which is also enhanced over the same time interval."
[link to hyperion2.cc.uregina.ca]

[link to articles.adsabs.harvard.edu]

[link to articles.adsabs.harvard.edu]

[link to www.nature.com]

[link to articles.adsabs.harvard.edu]

[link to articles.adsabs.harvard.edu]

[link to articles.adsabs.harvard.edu]

February is historically an active month for fireballs and meteors.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro

That is not to downplay this month's events, this ranks right up there as one of the most significant; the Russia fireball was massive indeed. Still not Tunguska level (that was between 10-100 times as powerful), but it will go down in the history books nonetheless.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


Well, technically you are correct. "DA14" did not hit us. It detonated 70-30km above the surface of Chelyabinsk.
 Quoting: LunaHominem

No, it did not. I observed DA14 in space after the meteor hit Chelyabinsk. Furthermore, the trajectory of DA14 absolutely precluded any possibility of impact. Furthermore, even if you altered the trajectory to hit earth, it could only reach southern to equatorial latitudes, not the Ural mountains at 55N.
The Chelyabinsk "meteor" was DA14.
 Quoting: luna

No it was not. Here's DA14, taken 6 hours after the Chelyabinsk meteor:
[link to i319.photobucket.com]
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


which makes this one hell of a coincidence
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Well, technically you are correct. "DA14" did not hit us. It detonated 70-30km above the surface of Chelyabinsk.
 Quoting: LunaHominem

No, it did not. I observed DA14 in space after the meteor hit Chelyabinsk. Furthermore, the trajectory of DA14 absolutely precluded any possibility of impact. Furthermore, even if you altered the trajectory to hit earth, it could only reach southern to equatorial latitudes, not the Ural mountains at 55N.
The Chelyabinsk "meteor" was DA14.
 Quoting: luna

No it was not. Here's DA14, taken 6 hours after the Chelyabinsk meteor:
[link to i319.photobucket.com]
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


If you say so, Dr. But I am not buying it.
 Quoting: LunaHominem

Yes, I say so. I photographed the asteroid precisely where it was supposed to be 8 hours after the impact. Explain that. EXPLAIN IT!
If nothing had happened over Chelyabinsk (where DA14's trajectory was also located)
 Quoting: luna

Russia rotated under DA14's ground track, but at the time of the impact Chelyabinsk was rotated away from DA14's orbital path. What, you think asteroids rotate with the earth like corkscrewing bullets from that terrible movie "Wanted"? That's not how it works.
then I might believe your story.
 Quoting: luna

It's not a story, I photographed the asteroid 8 hours after the meteor impact. It's empirical proof that you are completely and totally wrong and your arguments are without any kind of merit whatsoever.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


What makes you think you photographed DA14?

Might have just been some space junk or a satellite you don't know about.

Someone told you that you were photographing DA14. Who told you that it was DA14?

The preponderance of the evidence now suggests that DA14 was really the Chelyabinsk "meteor" (NASA is slowly starting to admit this as they revise their estimates of the "meteor's" size to match DA14). Perhaps NASA knows what is causing these large, potentially dangerous "meteors" to fall around the world. Perhaps they don't. Perhaps they knew that "DA14" was going to hit Russia but decided not to tell Russia for political reasons. Perhaps they were not counting on "DA14" to detonate in the stratosphere. Perhaps they were hoping for surface impact. There are many possibilities. But given the event over Chelyabinsk, your story is now the improbable one, my good Doctor.
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Thank you!
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That is not to downplay this month's events, this ranks right up there as one of the most significant; the Russia fireball was massive indeed. Still not Tunguska level (that was between 10-100 times as powerful), but it will go down in the history books nonetheless.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


Well, technically you are correct. "DA14" did not hit us. It detonated 70-30km above the surface of Chelyabinsk.
 Quoting: LunaHominem

No, it did not. I observed DA14 in space after the meteor hit Chelyabinsk. Furthermore, the trajectory of DA14 absolutely precluded any possibility of impact. Furthermore, even if you altered the trajectory to hit earth, it could only reach southern to equatorial latitudes, not the Ural mountains at 55N.
The Chelyabinsk "meteor" was DA14.
 Quoting: luna

No it was not. Here's DA14, taken 6 hours after the Chelyabinsk meteor:
[link to i319.photobucket.com]
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


which makes this one hell of a coincidence
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 12161460

Let's just say for the sake of argument that this had randomly occurred on December 21st, 2012 instead. Or perhaps September 10, 2011. Or May 2003. Or one of Terral's many doom dates. Etc. Would it still be a hell of a coincidence then? Sure it would, in some cases even more so. Would it be proof that the claimed source of doom was correct? No. Now if this meteor had hit in some southern hemisphere location on the night side of earth the same day as DA14, then I might consider it suspicious and possibly related, but as it stands it's just not.
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114.I therefore having heard this,glorified the Lord God,and again I question the demon saying:tell me how ye can ascend into heaven,being demons, and admist the stars and holy angels intermingle,and he answered just as things are fulfilled in heaven,so also on earth.For there are principalities,authorities,world rulers and we demons fly,about in the air;and we hear the voices of the heavenly beings,and survey all the powers.And as having no ground on which to alight or rest,we lose strength and fall off like leaves from a tree.And men seeing is imagine that the stars are falling from heaven.But it is not really so o king,but we fall because of our weakness,and because we have nowhere anything to lay hold of.So we fall like lightning in the depth of the night suddenly.And we set cities in flames and fire the fields.For the stars have firm foundations in the heavens like the sun and the moon. ~ TESTAMENT OF SOLOMON

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