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Originally posted by Chadwickus
reply to post by Therealkaf
Then there's this information:
Originally posted by lagenese
And what if Elenin is not a comet but a much larger object that has been discussed time and time again all over the web... NASA never discloses anything of importance and they always manipulate data to keep the population in the dark...
Originally posted by guessing
reply to post by DataWraith
one can only assume that for all your wisdom you are
an executive at Nasa
correct me if i am wrong....
What we got here, is an extensive massive dis-info campaign, that NASA has implemented in order to keep all truth about Elenin off of the internet. They would most likely be getting help from other 3 Letter abbreviated agencies also. As many ATS members sporadically blurt out from time to time, ATS is full of government paid dis-info agents. Some will even say that SO, Springer, or others are CIA agents.
Originally posted by Bob Sholtz
There seems to be a massive disinfo campaign concerning this comet, several youtube accounts have been deleted along with all their videos, for no reason. Nasa shut down its own buzzroom over a single comment...
On videos with lots of views containing elenin information, click on posters who dismiss elenin with a superior air and sound intelligent, and you will find many of them have accounts made shortly after elenin was found. I'm not saying all of them are part of the disinfo, but you will probably notice the pattern too.
Originally posted by Ex_CT2
Here's the math: 92,955,807 miles (1au) * 0.0004617 = 42917.6960919 miles.
I've watched that same simulation from the same source. I have a pretty good memory, and that is NOT what I have seen SEVERAL times.
Originally posted by proof-would-be-good
JPL Elenin Orbit Diagram
This is the link to see the JPL's orbit track of Elenin. You can see it by date and by au. There are a couple of zooms that help once it starts getting closer to Earth. Hope this helps.
Originally posted by McKey
While I always try to be open minded to any possibility, I highly doubt that if something were possibly going to hit earth it would be all hush hush. So many people look at the skies and track this stuff, someone would be bound to spill, and not remain anonymous.
Originally posted by paearmor
reply to post by Bob Sholtz
you do realize it would be very hard to hit the iss? its orbiting the earth right..so I would guess the are just worried about it hitting in general. If their calculations are off, or maybe they aren't and they aren't posting the results because no one in their right mind would post a "hit"