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Inside info on comet Elenin (yes, you're being lied to)

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posted on Apr, 15 2011 @ 02:44 PM
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Originally posted by kro32
I am making a prediction right now ahead of time. I predict that the comet won't hit the space station at all. Now this will be my second prediction come true as I also predicted that there would be no massive earthquake in california on march 31st as the girl from Japan had stated and so many on here believed.

Do I get my band of faithful loyal followers yet or must I keep proving my galactic knowledge with even further predictions.


Nope. No "band of loyal followers". You simply join the band of unemotional, logical thinkers. Nice try though. You might spend some time studying L. Ron Hubbard's school of scamming paranoid people to learn to do it correctly.




posted on Apr, 15 2011 @ 02:47 PM
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consider the possibility that my source doesn't know of my actions. hence the "this will probably end up biting me in the ass"

i believe comet elenin is part of a bigger chain of events, i didn't intend this to turn into a "doom and gloom" thread. i told you exactly what i know, i tried to avoid any spin. elenin's official trajectory must be "wrong" (aka, they're lying) for nasa to worry about it affecting the space station in any way.

if my hypothesis is correct (not prediction, educated guess), we will be seeing some pretty exotic things happening in a few months. my other thread touches on this. the information i got seems to confirm my original suspicions, and as i said, i am hoping to be able to provide more within a few days.

i have said it multiple times now. stars, flags, and points are meaningless. i'm trying to provide you with everything i can get.

if i'm lying or wrong, my credibility for anything else i say will be negative forever, and my account on here will probably get deleted, which would make all of this completely pointless AND i would be an outcast



posted on Apr, 15 2011 @ 02:49 PM
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Huge interest in this subject !! But this thread has seriously run out of control !! Been reading over the pages and posts of all the experts and non experts. The sad part is that there is limited reliable info available. Has anyone provided any solid information other than content from the internet. Mmm...



posted on Apr, 15 2011 @ 02:50 PM
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November 8 2011??? That's my birthday. Ah man. Oh well, I will make sure I have a beer in my hand on my birthday and watch the fireworks roll in (might even start smoking again, why not eh!)



posted on Apr, 15 2011 @ 02:51 PM
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ok, i will say this. my dads brother worked on seti, he was the engineer. My dad put alot of the crap up there in the south pole. I am not one in the know, but i do know this. The equipment put up there was designed to look into the heavens. Also, a huge array, in south america was also designed i'm sure if you looked, you would find it. also it is in the history channel. So, remember not to put down people so redilly, but to look at things in a perspective. Some claims have been distorted and others a lie. I will not say names , I will say this, they are and have been looking at a , how can i say this, an anomalie. Dates , so are still refuted. It appears that it is dragging mass with it, but the anomaly is yet to be disputed. my father, put stuff at the south pole in the korean war era. i have pics. and also my dads brother next to a huge sat. he looks like an ant next to it. It is part of Norad north communications, north com. It is such a small world. It was designed as a military instal to track incomming objects/ meteors including missles. Now we in the age of lasers, still used to this day to track lasers or incomming objects. before you get your head in a bundle, while alot of you have done, track the meteors. also what is not said, a wave. It is interacting with the sun, the solar flares will get worse. check solar flares trajectrory, i think you will find that the trajectory of the flare will be in the direction of the wave. peace, my observations. i could be wrong, prove me so, maybe i should not say this, my observations of the whole. peace.



posted on Apr, 15 2011 @ 02:53 PM
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Yes, you're being lied to.

Comet Elenin may just become naked eye visible later this year if we're lucky.

Apart from that it's no more special than any of the other comets that pass by - usually unnoticed - every year.

It's interesting that some think otherwise though. I wonder why? Perhaps we could meet up again in 12 months time and discuss it further?



posted on Apr, 15 2011 @ 02:53 PM
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Originally posted by Bob Sholtz
reply to post by 1AnunnakiBastard
 


consider the possibility that my source doesn't know of my actions. hence the "this will probably end up biting me in the ass"

i believe comet elenin is part of a bigger chain of events, i didn't intend this to turn into a "doom and gloom" thread. i told you exactly what i know, i tried to avoid any spin. elenin's official trajectory must be "wrong" (aka, they're lying) for nasa to worry about it affecting the space station in any way.

if my hypothesis is correct (not prediction, educated guess), we will be seeing some pretty exotic things happening in a few months. my other thread touches on this. the information i got seems to confirm my original suspicions, and as i said, i am hoping to be able to provide more within a few days.

i have said it multiple times now. stars, flags, and points are meaningless. i'm trying to provide you with everything i can get.

if i'm lying or wrong, my credibility for anything else i say will be negative forever, and my account on here will probably get deleted, which would make all of this completely pointless AND i would be an outcast


Just out of interest, but how credible is your source from NASA ? i.e are they high up the food chain ? or the office nobody who does the mail run ? I only ask because perhaps that may help some people on here get a guage for how likely the info is which you have imparted



posted on Apr, 15 2011 @ 02:55 PM
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The problem is that you don't seem to "know" anything. You're just providing rumor without proof.

As I said at the beginning of this thread (and more politely than I am now): Put up or shut up.



posted on Apr, 15 2011 @ 02:56 PM
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Do you think we will see it from the UK? Might get a telescope for the occasion if there's a chance we'll see it!



posted on Apr, 15 2011 @ 02:57 PM
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Originally posted by LadySkadi
How huge is the debris field? Could this be what NASA is concerned with?
Might be difficult to move the ISS out of range, in that case.

ETA: ops, posted already. typed too slow
edit on 14-4-2011 by LadySkadi because: (no reason given)


Debris field???
Are you taklking about the comets tail?
Its melting ice and dirt. It grows longer the closer the comet gets to the sun and can grow to thousands of miles in length.



posted on Apr, 15 2011 @ 03:01 PM
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Originally posted by cloaked4u
2 miles in diameter travelling at a very high rate of speed. They say it will hit? What if it does not hit us and hits something else. Lets say, THE MOON. Woulden't debris from the moon hit the earth? Would this cause plates on earth to move to different locations? Would this be an extinction level event? They said, "hit the earth". Around november. Gee, great. happy bithday and BANG, your dead. Oh don't worry, be happy. IT'S NORMAL.


It wont hit us and it wont hit the moon. If it did hit the moon the resulting plume would be absorbed in space and would not hit the earth. Two miles wide will not blow the moon to pieces nor would it cause an extinction level event even if it hit the earth. It would be a problem no doubt but would not end life on earth. Please dont fret. You will still be here next year and the year after that.



posted on Apr, 15 2011 @ 03:05 PM
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Can I ask a simple question. Why is it that all the non-believers say that it will fly by like the rest? Are you guys saying there is no chance for a comet to ever hit Earth. I mean alot of you make it seem that Earth is just shielded from everything.



posted on Apr, 15 2011 @ 03:07 PM
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Originally posted by Bob Sholtz
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as i said. mods can feel free to remove all my stars, flags, and points.


I see only two possibilities here.

Your a Troll looking for attention or having a laugh at others expense due to some anti-social mental disorder.

Your being honest and actually have a good source you believe and are being genuine.

Based on nothing but gut feelings, I think there is a 99% chance your a Troll. However that leaves that 1% chance your for real.

If you are for real, I understand why your posting this, but what does it accomplish? If it did hit the Space Station it would be an expensive mess, but pose little danger to us. If it means it might impact Earth, knowing is no help to anyone; you can't hide from something if there is no way of knowing where it will hit.

Would it make sense for NASA or the governments of the World to keep it hidden? Yes, it would make a great deal of sense. Knowing would lead to chaos and more suffering and accomplish nothing positive at all.

If you are right, it will leak from many sources. There are simply too many Amateurs out there capable of doing the math for it to be hidden for very long. I suspect we will know it's course as quickly as NASA will.

What you should try to add here, is to get raw numbers from your source and I'm sure you will find members who can do the calculations themselves, as I'm sure capable people all over the planet are doing right now. The nature of the information you get will reveal if your real in this and provide capable people with what they need to verify the conclusions. I'm not one who has the skill set here, but I'd bet there are people here who could provide answers with the data they need available to them.



posted on Apr, 15 2011 @ 03:10 PM
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Originally posted by Heyyo_yoyo

Originally posted by lagenese
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Well, if this object is what i think it is (Niburu), it is approximately 4 times the size of Jupiter...


I believe you are referring to comet McNaught


While comets tails can grow sometimes to a million miles long the basic core or nucleus of the comet tops out at about 50 KM wide. No where near the size of Jupiter let alone 4 times the size of Jupiter.



posted on Apr, 15 2011 @ 03:11 PM
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It seems that Comet Elenin's coma (the blurry part around the comet) is currently estimated at ~22,000Km
The actual comet portion itself is guessed to be between ~2.5 and ~7 miles wide ..

It is 'officially' classified as a PHO (potentially hazardous object).. So i would say it would be a very bad day if that suka hits...

NOTE: there are other numbers in various places that try to pinpoint the size of Elenin. Because it's so far away it's still difficult to get an exact size so the numbers above are calculated guesses.. It's still big though, no matter what..



posted on Apr, 15 2011 @ 03:12 PM
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Originally posted by notsofunnyguy
reply to post by Bob Sholtz
 


The problem is that you don't seem to "know" anything. You're just providing rumor without proof.

As I said at the beginning of this thread (and more politely than I am now): Put up or shut up.


Couldn't agree more...
It's hard to believe this post can get to 20 pages in one day...
This place is getting pathetic...



posted on Apr, 15 2011 @ 03:12 PM
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Originally posted by Xcalibur254
reply to post by Bob Sholtz
 


Most comets don't get any press whatsoever. Did you know that there were over 100 comets discovered last year? Why are you not complaining about those other comets not getting any press time? The reason Halley's Comet is so well known is because it is a very bright short period comet. In fact it is the only naked-eye comet that a person could see twice in their lifetime. Elenin on the other hand is a small long-period comet that will require at least binoculars to see and will not be heard from again for thousands of years, if ever.


And do the over 100 comets discovered last year, bring them in to within 43K miles?

That's the difference.



posted on Apr, 15 2011 @ 03:12 PM
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I am suspicious of anybody who supposedly has "inside information". On the other hand, the media silence is so extraordinarily suspicious that your inside information only confirms my suspicions, and I am therefore inclined to listen.



posted on Apr, 15 2011 @ 03:14 PM
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Originally posted by cloaked4u
Is this the thing that killed the dinosaurs? Lost, flooded atlantis? Noah and the ark. Is this why the gov't has huge ships underground? Tunnels underground and why other countries are doing the same and lying to the people with mass amounts of lost money. So, when all hell breaks loose, valcanos, tectonic plates, floods and then when something hits it blankets the earth in dust and covers the sun and we go into a mini ice age and we all die. I think i will become a massive alcoholic in November 1st. my birthday nov. 10th. My only wish will be that we all get spared and i then can go to rehab.


Yes that's it exactly... except the astroid that killed the dinos hit the planet never to go back into outerspace again. Atlantis... wont even go there. The flood, could have been a comet or asteroid or earthquake causing a tsunami but either way if it was a comet or asteroid that too was taken out of commission the minute it hit the planet. They dont bounce you know.



posted on Apr, 15 2011 @ 03:16 PM
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Originally posted by spikey

Originally posted by Xcalibur254
reply to post by Bob Sholtz
 


Most comets don't get any press whatsoever. Did you know that there were over 100 comets discovered last year? Why are you not complaining about those other comets not getting any press time? The reason Halley's Comet is so well known is because it is a very bright short period comet. In fact it is the only naked-eye comet that a person could see twice in their lifetime. Elenin on the other hand is a small long-period comet that will require at least binoculars to see and will not be heard from again for thousands of years, if ever.


And do the over 100 comets discovered last year, bring them in to within 43K miles?

That's the difference.



Yeah, never mind that all the people who aren't in NASA who are observing this object have noticed no massive deviation in the orbital path.

And that the 43,000 miles 'calculation' is a crock of bull, but whatever.



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