posted on Aug, 19 2011 @ 02:49 AM
Originally posted by BeyondPerception
reply to post by Wrabbit2000
I believe what you're referring to is the asteroid he refers to, not Elenin.
I'm still trying to determine the estimated size of Elenin. Haven't look into it much.
Yes, he speaks of Elenin and then around 2:12 I believe, speaks of 'another very large asteroid' and FEMA doing their test on the same day. Well,
unless NASA pulled a practical joke on the planet and cloaked an asteroid, the only one that will be close then is Yu-55. Apophis and Levy don't come
into play until Jan. and they aren't factors unless something really changes between now and then.
In the grand scheme of things, Yu55 isn't that big, or it's pass all that close. Spaceweather.com has their NEO chart that shows this happening fairly
often over the course of a year, actually. It's only it's appearance at the same time as everything else that has everyone looking sideways at it like
it might contain some terrible surprise. It's just a 400 meter rock and the size is nothing special for a near earth object.
Just my interpretation of the public data...
Addition: I got my numbers wrong in making my note. in going back it's 1:53 to 2:05 where Yu55 is referenced as very large.
edit on 19-8-2011 by Wrabbit2000 because: Correcting timer numbers