reply to post by DerepentLEstranger
The rabbit's hole is one of the worst sites on the net. It is full of lies that have been pointed out many times.
So let's see what is being claimed now. The claim is that 4 asteroids strike the earth and no one is bothering to report it in the MSM.
1. Ahuazotepec Municipality hit. No date or time given. Article used as a reference is from Feb 11, 2010
2. Allentown Pennsylvania 5 dead. No date or time given.
3. San Bruno. No article, date, time or anything else given.
4. Colombia Sep 5, 2010. This event was known to be a fake impact. A fireball seen in daylight was followed by a claim that a town had been hit. The
town is fine. There was no impact crater.
Notice that the person who wrote the article claims that the "Media Covers It All Up." Then the writer uses official media channels to show that
The author is a long time fraud and has been shown to be a fraud many times.
Every day thousands of fireballs rain down on Earth. Only a few are seen because the world is so big. If there were meteors raining down at these
locations then people would be collecting the pieces. The meteor market gets good prices.
A microwave sized meteorite comes in slow. By the time it gets into the thicker lower atmosphere it slows down to around 250mph.
Lucus does not want people to know how much actually rains down on the Earth. He does not want you to know how objects slow down before impact. A
microwave sized meteorite tossed out of an airplane hits the ground about as fast as the same block coming in from outer space.
Instead of the claims of a hoaxer let's ask what really happens.
The average velocity of meteoroids entering our atmosphere is 10-70 km/second. The smaller ones that survive the trip to the Earth's surface
are quickly slowed by atmospheric friction to speeds of a few hundred kilometers per hour, and so hit the Earth with no more speed than if they had
been dropped from a tall building.
I was wrong it goes slower than I expected.
There is no documented record of a human being killed by a meteorite, but in recent years meteorites have crashed into bedrooms in Alabama,
dining rooms in Connecticut, and a car in New York
Again it looks like Lucus is spinning his lies.
I recommend looking at this video to see a meteor as it comes in and destroys a car. The impact is not seen, but you can see how slowly a 12kilo
object moves through the atmosphere.
despite your efforts the OP's main claim [Our Leaders Are Well Aware Of The Coming 2012 Destruction And They Are Prepared To Survive] has yet
to be debunked.
Who needs to debunk something like that? It is a claim with no supporting evidence. It's nothing more than a fantasy.
The Tunguska is a well known events, but is not an event that stands alone. There have been a number of other events that are due to objects entering
the Earth's atmosphere. After a while the article disintegrates into a weird collection of thoughts unrelated to events related to incoming objects