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Evidence for Sumatra Quake Leans towards Meteorite Strike

 
Anonymous Coward
12/08/2005 10:10 AM
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I agree the whole thing (tsunami) smells.

But why did were there no observations of an object this size coming in. MANY would have seen it, right?
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My stupid question is, if the killer waves from the quake radiated outwards towards these countries in a circular motion, then would the tear in the ocean floor from the quake have to be circular in shape as well? I am asking this dumb question because the fact that these waves hit all the south asian countries in a 360 degree manner around it makes me curious, especially when people start pondering the possibility of an asteroid hit being the culprit for this.
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And why does it "smell", AC 5:37? Because reality isn´t exciting enough for you?
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12/08/2005 10:10 AM
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Yes
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12/08/2005 10:10 AM
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You would think someone seen a meteor, you would think Radar would have picked it up as well.
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12/08/2005 10:10 AM
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>>>>You would think someone seen a meteor, you would think Radar would have picked it up as well.

Reports have been coming from all around the world about them over the past few weeks. As for radar? Well, nobody picked up that astroid last week that just ´happened´ to cruise in under our satelites now did they?
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12/08/2005 10:10 AM
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´cause it sounds like the nuke the ocean bottom plot from last year.

Bent Udder writes "According to todays´ Independent, the US, Britain and New Zealand worked on plans for a bomb that could cause tsunamis during the latter part of the Second World War. The war ended before the device be put to use, but an Australian professor tested several small versions of the bombs in New Zealand in 1944. Weird, non? "
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12/08/2005 10:10 AM
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AC 5.40, the waves were not circular.. There were two main linear waves... one towards Sri lanka, and one back towards Summatra. We get CNBC Asia here in NZ and the coverage is extensive. With good graphics on how the waves formed and moved. There was some lateral ie circular effect.. but the main waves generated parallel to the fault (plate) line.

I see no evidence for a meteor strike. Plate tectonics is well established as the major theory, and way predates 1960.
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12/08/2005 10:10 AM
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I´ve checked the site, that Faal is stark mad.
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I´ll admit right off that I don´t trust or believe anything the government tells us, they´re all liers in my book.

But the last few weeks my skins been crawling with that ´somethings´ up feeling, especially after reading on the same day that we sent a rocket into space, that got virtually no coverage in the US, and an astroid just missed us.

Somethings up for sure.

Huge rocket makes maiden flight

Wednesday, 22 December, 2004
The rocket may carry astronauts one day
Boeing´s new heavy-lift Delta 4 rocket has finally flown from Cape Canaveral, Florida, after several days´ delay.
It was the first outing for the 70m-tall (230ft) vehicle, and it put a dummy payload and two university research satellites into orbit.

The rocket is booked for military use but currently has no commercial orders.

Commentators say the vehicle could eventually be modified to form the basis of the launcher system that succeeds the shuttle when it retires.
[link to news.bbc.co.uk]

Small Asteroid Passes Between Satellites and Earth
22 December 2004
10:24 am ET
Astronomers spotted an asteroid this week after it had flown past Earth on a course that took it so close to the planet it was below the orbits of some satellites.

The space rock was relatively small, however, and would not have posed any danger had it plunged into the atmosphere.
[link to www.space.com]
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12/08/2005 10:10 AM
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How do I know, the people running Norad etc wouldn´t tell us shit. lol

I´m just saying- no one has came forward and said they seen a meteor from this instance. Yes, I realize we´re passing through 2 dust/meteor paths. (tail of the last comet and the dust from something else I forget) and I know meteor´s have been plagueing us.

Just saying like I said previously. If a meteor caused this magnitude of devistation, I would think it would be decent size (basketball maybe?) and people would have seen it.

>>>>You would think someone seen a meteor, you
>>>>would think Radar would have picked it up as
>>>>well.

>>Reports have been coming from all around the
>>world about them over the past few weeks. As
>>for radar? Well, nobody picked up that astroid
>>last week that just ´happened´ to cruise in
>>under our satelites now did they?
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It was a large meteor. Many people claim they heard a loud explosion before the tidal waves. It´s only a matter of time before we all find out.
...like the next meteor possibly hitting off the coast of France. I´m sure they won´t be able to hide that one.
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So as far as I can see, with all the info out there,the waves went north and north west.Why did´nt the northern coast of Austrailia have large waves?If a meteor or what ever hit the atmosphere going in a n.w. direction then the waves would head that way also.No?
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For that kind of tsunami, I´m thinking more like 1 km than a basketball, but I agree with you otherwise.
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>>>Plate tectonics is well established as the major theory, and way predates 1960.

Nope, it doesn´t and it isn´t. It wasn´t even taught in schools until the 1970´s and it´s just a ´theroy´, that´s another way of saying it hasn´t been proved. No matter how ´good´ a theroy may be it´s still not fact...otherwise they´d call it a ´fact´ and not a ´theroy´

"Enter American geophysicist Harry Hess. In the early 1960´s he came up with the theory of SEA-FLOOR SPREADING. Twenty years earlier, the mid-ocean ridge had been discovered in the middle of the Atlantic. This was a place where magma is welling up, creating new sea floor and pushing the old sea floor apart. At last, the mechanism that could push continents apart was discovered.

Within 10 years, scientists combined the theory of sea-floor spreading with Wegener´s old theory of continental drift, and named the process PLATE TECTONICS."
[link to www.scienceweb.org]
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on the contrary, they did receive waves on the nth west coast of Australia. It didn´t get that big attention, because most of that part of the country is not inhabited by people.
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>>>I would think it would be decent size (basketball maybe?) and people would have seen it.

The last time I looked the world is over 70% oceans and not to many people living on them.
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12/08/2005 10:10 AM
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you´re absolutely right AC 6.07pm.
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Sorry, ´I meant you´re absolutely right AC 6.11pm.´
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Someone on the S. coast of Australia, or even the Indian coast would have seen a meteor of that size.
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To me this story alone confirms it was not an earthquake that caused the waves but rather something like a rock being dropped into water and rippling out. IMHO

Cocos Island residents say ´no warning´ of tsunami
Last Updated 28/12/2004, 14:51:29

Residents of the Australian territorial Cocos Islands say they had no warning a tsunami from Sunday´s Indonesian earthquake could be heading their way.

The islands lie north-west of Australia, almost south of the earthquake´s epicentre off the coast of Sumatra.

Tour dive operator Dieter Gerhard says he heard no official warning of a tsunami, unlike regular cyclone warnings.

But he says deep water in all directions must have stopped any waves from building a destructive force. "Cocos sits on top of the Cocos Ridge and that ridge runs generally in a north-south direction, and not east-west, so we would believe that with that there was no significant landmass, no continental shelf, to slow the wave and increase the height of it," he said.
[link to www.abc.net.au]
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Ouch! haha.

>>>>For that kind of tsunami, I´m thinking more
>>>>like 1 km than a basketball, but I agree
>>>>with you otherwise.
RedDawn
12/08/2005 10:10 AM
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AC 6:03, In typical Boeing fashion, their new rocket failed! They couldn´t convince anyone to actually put a satellite on the thing for it´s maiden voyage, so they filled the ferring with approximately 20,000 pounds of concrete to simulate a payload. The rocket did not put it into orbit properly.

The only other HEAVY payload rocket we have is the Titan and it´s last voyage is scheduled for 2005. After that they are dismantling Complex 40, which is where it is launched from.

After that we have the Atlas V. Which is an awesome rocket that utilizes a Russian engine.

But I DOUBT that anyone would put a human on any of these rockets, the possibility of error is too high.
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>>>Someone on the S. coast of Australia, or even the Indian coast would have seen a meteor of that size.

In broad daylight? From thousands of miles away? Not likely. Maybe someone else here knows how fast a small (1 or 2km size) would come in but I bet it´s pretty damn fast.

The weather radars over the area showed a lot of cloud cover too as it´s the rainy season in that part of the world so I doubt anyone would have seen a smoke trail either. Do meteors and astroids leave smoke trails?
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"In typical Boeing fashion, their new rocket failed! They couldn´t convince anyone to actually put a satellite on the thing for it´s maiden voyage, so they filled the ferring with approximately 20,000 pounds of concrete to simulate a payload."

Hey Red Dawn,

I don´t know about you but if I was in charge of sending a rocket into space with a payload to detonate an astroid heading towards us do you think I´d say anything about it?

I couldn´t exactly hide this monster of a rocket taking off though could I? So, whatever could I do? I got it!

I´ll launch the rocket and then say it failed and that I put a dummy payload on it.

No big deal at all.
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12/08/2005 10:10 AM
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Although what would that 20,000 pounds of concrete do if it fell back to earth after Boeing was unable to put it in orbit? Resemble a meteor? Just a thought!
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A/C 6:14 pm EST quote: "Someone on the S. coast of Australia, or even the Indian coast would have seen a meteor of that size."

This is too funny! I´ve heard of the term referred to as Australia being ´down under´, but do u actually have any idea where the sth coast of Oz is? You might need an hour to think about. Geez, don´t they provide maps of the world in American schools?" THis is way too funny!lmaolmaolmao
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AC 6:24, I agree that it could be done and tehy wouldn´t tell us anything! But, if the mission was that important you wouldn´t use a brand new unreliable rocket from an unreliable contractor.

You´d use a more reliable rocket with a much more reliable delivery system, such as the Titan or Atlas. They have a much better track record of getting the job done and the Atlas V, depending on the configuration is much more powerful than the new Delta.

Makes you wonder though....
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12/08/2005 10:10 AM
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Well three cheers for Sorcha Faal!

I´ve been looking all day for anything that remotely resembles the truth.

Get this straight people...I´m only going to say this once:

IT IS AN IMPOSSIBILITY FOR AN ORBITING OBJECT IN A VACCUUM TO ´KNOCK´ ITSELF OFF OR OUT OF ITS ORBIT. THIS CAN ONLY BE DONE BY AN EXTERNAL FORCE.

Didn´t any of you go to school? If you did you wouldn´t believe this kind of rubbish:

9.0 Quake "So Violent that it Modified in a Considerable Way the Inclination of the Axis of Terrestrial Rotation,"
Italian scientists say Asian quakes cause Earth´s axis shifted

2004-12-29

ROME, Dec. 28 (Xinhuanet) --
"Italian space researchers said on Tuesday that the earthquake in Asia two days ago was so powerful that it shifted the axis around which the earth revolves.

"It was so violent that it modified in a considerable way the inclination of the axis of terrestrial rotation," said scientists at an Italian Space Agency centre in the southern town of Matera.

According to Giuseppe Bianco, one of the geological experts whospecialize in finding the exact position of geographical points, the axis moved by about five or six centimetres.

"The variation observed is very small and I don´t think it could have any repercussions on the climate," he said.

On Sunday, huge tidal waves killed more than 50,000 people in some Asian countries including Sri Lanka, India, Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia the Maldives and Myanmar."
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