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SCREW ELENIN! Look at the Honda comet! It will impact us DIRECTLY!

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posted on Jul, 10 2011 @ 08:30 AM
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Originally posted by Se7enex
Maybe. Maybe it will crash into us, or the moon, or explode into rainbows.


Explode into rainbows?


Now I can say for certain that you are not qualified to represent the scientific community..




posted on Jul, 10 2011 @ 08:38 AM
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That was just an analogy for the fact that ANYTHING is possible. Science can't disprove that. Do I really think the comet will explode into rainbows? No. But would it be freaking awesome? Heck yes it would.
edit on 10-7-2011 by Se7enex because: (no reason given)



posted on Jul, 10 2011 @ 08:41 AM
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Shhh.. don't bring YU55 into this. I learned a hard lesson ; P
YU55 will come between the earth and the moon. I wonder what the possibility of it colliding with the moon are.



posted on Jul, 10 2011 @ 08:42 AM
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And what will your reaction be if it bursts into double rainbows (all the way)?



posted on Jul, 10 2011 @ 08:49 AM
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...Across the sky?.....Almost a triple rainbow?!



posted on Jul, 10 2011 @ 09:12 AM
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Originally posted by mugger
reply to post by Se7enex
 

Read through the threads I posted, it appears it will not hit.
The link I posted above seems to give the best info on it link 2

There is also an asteroid,asteroid 2005 YU55 to be approx. 0.85 lunar distances from Earth. 1,300 feet (400 meters) in diameter. to be that close in November. space.com


Greetings:

In the spirit of adding to this scintillating discussion, the following we posted some time ago:

Dodged a Solar Bullet

Which might lead one to this:

Cometgate! Elenin + 2005 YU55 + Nibiru

And this:

The Domino Effect of February 2011 - I Had a Dream About America's Future

Which brings us to today:

America's Being Nuked - Can we Together Stop the Madness?

Thank you for your time and consideration and we look forward to further communication.

In Peace. Love & Light

tfw



posted on Jul, 10 2011 @ 09:34 AM
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This vid shows the predicted trajectory of Honda as well as 6 other close ones due this year. They could also add 1993 VD in there also.




posted on Jul, 10 2011 @ 09:45 AM
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Originally posted by CLPrime
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And we will worry about each potential close approach as they come. However, NASA can, in fact, predict the comet's distance with great accuracy. Modern orbital mechanics is accurate over several decades, and extra attention is paid to accuracy for objects like this, that have the possibility of impact.

And, by the way... don't be surprised to find "Nibirutard" added to Merriam-Webster next year. If not before 21/12/2012, then certainly after.


Greetings:

Off topic:

Important things first!

What happened to your sheep? They were a delight to behold in the background -
you are/were the shepherd - right? Loved that pic. (We remember fondly our excursion driving the Jeep, starting in Palm Beach, FL and enjoying a delightful luncheon in Inverness prior to the drive to Meat Cove. We met a 7th generation family living there and camped for the night on the shore overlooking frolicking whales. We love Nova Scotia.)

OK - back to topic.

Uhhhh, oh yeah, NASA.



NASA can, in fact, predict the comet's distance with great accuracy.

You are kidding - right?

NASA also claims to be able to track each piece of space junk larger than a golf ball, but routinely misses incoming "objects" much larger and sometimes only "finds" them on their outbound journey.

They also have tracking orbits on supposedly Earth-impacted asteroids and (different) tracking orbits under different names for the same object...?

Please help us understand.

Thank you for your time and consideration and we look forward to further communication.

In Peace, Love & Light

tfw



posted on Jul, 10 2011 @ 10:03 AM
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Originally posted by Se7enex
reply to post by cluckerspud
 


Okay I officially give up. I'm never gonna start a thread again since i'm so stupid. Sorry.
No don't say that ,post whatever you feel is relevant some subjects should be raised again,for instance I did hear of this comet but I didn't know it would come this close to us next month............The haters will always be here
fortunately for them we need all opinions and viewpoints but don't let them get you down.......Looking forward to future threads from you



posted on Jul, 10 2011 @ 10:05 AM
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Originally posted by CLPrime
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You found potentially important information and posted it... don't feel back about that. Plus, you invented a new word in the process. Do you realize just how few people here can claim to have done that?


Greetings:

Serendipity!

Do you realize just how few times we are able to respond to the CLP?

How about this one - Cometgate.

As in:

COMETGATE !!! Elinin+2005 YU55+Nibiru = A Major Concern for Humankind: Triple Threat From Space

Yes, Virginia, we too, as noobs, sometimes get caught up in the moment... that is one of the things that makes ATS so great for us - the opportunity to share and learn across such diverse trains of thought - and interact with members such as CLP, Phage, Muzzleflash, Silverloc, zorgon, FlyInTheOintment, MrMask etc. - even Springer and S.O. - with fear of persecution.

Well, OK, some fear. Whisper the word Nibiru and you will see what we mean...

In Peace, Love and Light

tfw



posted on Jul, 10 2011 @ 10:07 AM
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Originally posted by thorfourwinds

Important things first!

What happened to your sheep? They were a delight to behold in the background -
you are/were the shepherd - right? Loved that pic. (We remember fondly our excursion driving the Jeep, starting in Palm Beach, FL and enjoying a delightful luncheon in Inverness prior to the drive to Meat Cove. We met a 7th generation family living there and camped for the night on the shore overlooking frolicking whales. We love Nova Scotia.)


I certainly was... with my CG staff, and my cut-and-pasted-in sheep. I wish I had some real sheep. I'd knit myself a sweater, or something. I could knit you one, since you love Nova Scotia, but you'd probably consider that a punishment, so I'll keep my knitting for myself.
I change all of my avatars and profile pictures like most men change underwear... every couple weeks or so. The one I have now will probably stay for a while, though.



OK - back to topic.

Uhhhh, oh yeah, NASA.



NASA can, in fact, predict the comet's distance with great accuracy.

You are kidding - right?

NASA also claims to be able to track each piece of space junk larger than a golf ball, but routinely misses incoming "objects" much larger and sometimes only "finds" them on their outbound journey.


Nope, not kidding at all. There's a difference between tracking the objects we know about and finding the objects we don't. The objects we know about and have been watching for a long enough time, we can accurately model their orbits to within a fraction of a percent error. We can launch space shuttles to a tiny dot called the International Space Station and can gravitationally slingshot probes to specific asteroids. Our mastery of gravity is impeccable. That predictive power, however, does nothing to help us detect the objects we don't know about.



posted on Jul, 10 2011 @ 11:46 AM
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Originally posted by CLPrime
(...)
I certainly was... with my CG staff, and my cut-and-pasted-in sheep. I wish I had some real sheep. I'd knit myself a sweater, or something. I could knit you one, since you love Nova Scotia, but you'd probably consider that a punishment, so I'll keep my knitting for myself.

I change all of my avatars and profile pictures like most men change underwear... every couple weeks or so. The one I have now will probably stay for a while, though.

OK - back to topic.
(...)

NASA can, in fact, predict the comet's distance with great accuracy.

You are kidding - right?

NASA also claims to be able to track each piece of space junk larger than a golf ball, but routinely misses incoming "objects" much larger and sometimes only "finds" them on their outbound journey.

(...)
Nope, not kidding at all. There's a difference between tracking the objects we know about and finding the objects we don't.

The objects we know about and have been watching for a long enough time, we can accurately model their orbits to within a fraction of a percent error. We can launch space shuttles to a tiny dot called the International Space Station and can gravitationally slingshot probes to specific asteroids.

Our mastery of gravity is impeccable. That predictive power, however, does nothing to help us detect the objects we don't know about.


Greetings:

Love sweaters - do not easily understand the punishment bit
- perhaps because a bit thick here on our end this morning.

Very funny - keeping your knitting to yourself, however, we think you sidestepped the point:

"NASA also claims to be able to track each piece of space junk larger than a golf ball, but routinely misses incoming "objects" much larger and sometimes only "finds" them on their outbound journey."

While your response is interesting, it seems to lack substance - quite unlike you. Example:


... most men change underwear...

This is ATS! Please, sources, links... on the changing every two weeks?
What happens if there is only one?

... and then the real question: do most men wear underwear?

You seem to lean heavily on this crutch to make your point, so sources, links please.


Our mastery of gravity is impeccable.

This one is too easy - obviously a red herring - nice try, though.

BTW, how are the radiation levels where you live?

Oh, that's right, we've been told not to worry - everything is under control - Fukushima is fixed - move along...

In Peace, Love & Light

tfw

P.S. Warning! Possibly off-topic here.

We wonder "how come" you are not more vocal on this subject - after all, all of the Canadian foodstuffs in the field have been radiated since about Day 2 (13 March 2011) following the "incident." At least three "melt-throughs" that TEPCO has admitted to - arguably much worse that "meltdowns" and the on-going and seemingly escalating disaster continues to spew radioactive particles into the atmosphere/Jet Stream - on a daily basis - 24 hours a day - and it impacts Nova Scotia as well as most of North America.

The cover-up includes that fact that there is no known technology available to bring these reactors under some sort of control in the foreseeable future.

One would think that you, especially, in light of your previous posts/threads, would be leading the charge for complete transparency of the real radiation readings...
only the future of all species on our fragile planet Earth is at stake
here - just saying.

(We really do respect and acknowledge your contributions on all topics - never any disrespect intended.)
tfw
edit on 10/7/2011 by thorfourwinds because: crayola fell off table



posted on Jul, 10 2011 @ 11:52 AM
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Hmmm, interesting thread. However, the majority has it that the world will end 2012, so how does a comet that is going to hit us in 2017 really matter?

And, boo to the naysayers, you brought an old topic to fresh light, had an interesting title, and caused me to clink on the thread and read. Kudos.



posted on Jul, 10 2011 @ 12:02 PM
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Will something just go ahead and hit us already GEEEZ! I'm tired of talking about it, let TSHF, I need some entertainment in my mundane life.


What we really need to be worried about it natural and man made disasters. This is what's going to get you before a comet/astroid does seriously.



posted on Jul, 10 2011 @ 12:10 PM
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Originally posted by Druid42
Hmmm, interesting thread. However, the majority has it that the world will end 2012, so how does a comet that is going to hit us in 2017 really matter?

And, boo to the naysayers, you brought an old topic to fresh light, had an interesting title, and caused me to clink on the thread and read. Kudos.

Greetings:

And we thought that Sunday might be quiet in the hood...

What "majority?"

Please define "world will end..."

Besides that, everyone knows that the date to respect is 28 October 2011.

(Opens gate wide enough to drive a Mack through).




As usual, at ATS, respect commands sources, links, you know, the stuff that backs your statements.

(It sometimes helps with someone mistaking you for merely a blatherskite).

Agreed... boo to naysayers.

However, nothing is more credible in an OP than sources, links, evidence... "direct hit" implies lack of relevant research - no offense - been there, done that.

(Bangs head on desk and reaches for Vice-Grips just to remember.)

In Peace, Love & Light

tfw



posted on Jul, 10 2011 @ 12:28 PM
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Comet HONDA???
Has anyone considered the possibility that the Japanese have figured out a way to steer comets?
Maybe they are seeking revenge for HAARP induced quake back in March?

I'll really freak out if I hear of a Comet Toyota or Comet Suzuki or Comet Mitsubishi headed this way in the next few years! Could happen....right?

TORA,TORA,TORA!



posted on Jul, 10 2011 @ 12:30 PM
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Originally posted by VicDiaz89
Please dont post stuff like this! i beg of you!if i read 1 more thread about a retarted dwarf star ufo comet of nibirus second moon fireballs destroying earth i fear that i may spontaneously combust!

I think you'll find spontaneous human combustion is a conspiracy that has been covered up for years by NASA since it was the reason for Apollo and Shuttle accidents.

Come on deny it. Prove me wrong.........


And please don't give me the wick effect explanation proved by burning pig carcasses. There were no pigs involved in the NASA missions.....



posted on Jul, 10 2011 @ 12:49 PM
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Originally posted by thorfourwinds

Love sweaters - do not easily understand the punishment bit
- perhaps because a bit thick here on our end this morning.


I don't knit. I could try, but any "sweater" I knitted for you would probably become the subject of a thread on ATS. People would be calling it an Unidentified Fuzzy Object and claiming it has the power to initiate Ascension. I'd rather avoid the 15 minutes of fame, even for the opportunity to meet Alex Jones.

Also...my underwear sources are confidential. Confidential, I say.

Thinking of Japan, can you imagine how cool it would be if the comet Elenin was some giant alien spacecraft coming to destroy us, but Honda is coming first to protect us? Elenin is trying to destroy Japan, but Honda's coming to save the day.
That actually sounds like a 60s Japanese movie. I bet Honda's being steered by Mechagodzilla.



posted on Jul, 10 2011 @ 12:58 PM
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Look,I believe in something coming...dont know what or when...but,being real,there is NOTHING we can do...other than storing food and stuff,whatever you choose to do or fix...but sitting here day after day reading about some comet or planet knocking us around is self defeating...I agree that IF those sh*ts in DC know what is coming,I would love to know so I can select WHAT to do...but they arent going to tell us until maybe the day before..so why do these threads keep appearing?...day after day?...its just not going to make any difference...we either get hit or we dont...we are either under it when it comes down or we arent....



posted on Jul, 10 2011 @ 01:30 PM
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Originally posted by W3RLIED2
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search function is your friend.

seriously, its my friend too, and his friend and her friend.

hmm seems "search function" is a drunken slut?

one more for the address book.





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