posted on Oct, 29 2011 @ 02:04 PM
Originally posted by mockrock
The FEMA test will not be a test.. YU55 is going to hit, they revised it size 3 times, until it doubled from the original, if they get the size wrong
then what about the trajectory. If they thought it was a smaller object, perhaps they also thought it was further away.. if the mass is different and
mass effects trajectory..
I can confirm they have revised it's size a couple times and that has gotten my attention. Although I'm not sure how much that proves either way. In
terms of the preperation, I'd worry if they weren't preparing. This little sucker is coming close, and there is always a 1:Million chance that it
does something as simple as hit another rock out there we didn't see before.....and whamo, we have one heck of a splash in one of our Oceans.
Having said all that.... It's still not on any collision course, and if one had to guess...I still see numbers showing it closer to the Moon than
Earth anyway. That might be an impact we actually SEE as opposed to the nothing when NASA recently shot the Moon's South Pole. Nothing to panic
about, in my view...and I have been watching this little guy as close as Elenin and for about as long...(a few months now).
Another quick note....even with revised size estimates, this isn't a global impact event by *ANY* stretch of the imagination. It's a REAL BAD DAY if
it hits a city you happen to live in...or within 30-50 miles of, and I wouldn't make plans for the beach on the 8th or 9th of Nov....but I wouldn't
be running for high ground just yet, either.