Originally posted by SoulVisions
Originally posted by Red73Eng
Yes, i did the same and CNN page appears. Link below
So, if this is hoax mean that everyone may publish any stupid thinks on CNN without being censored or verified. I am not convinced. It is smelling something. Maybe soeone from CNN publish a page being prepared for the next days.
Please do not take offense, I am speaking in general terms to everyone but, regarding the above statement?..
Final proof to all members here on ATS, that if you choose to believe in something strongly enough, nothing is going to sway your reasoning, even if the evidence in favor of your theory is discovered to be false. People will always find excuses. One way or another, there will be found ways to make just about any event or story "real."
Originally posted by jlssg4
reply to post by Derpitude
I noticed that "Astrophysisist" mistake too, immediately got me suspicious. As does the time stamp of Nov 4, 23:28 (in the Dutch SS) ...if you look at the "Latest News" to the right there is another headline with that timestamp, but it is talking about Syria. I can't prove it explicitly, but my gut tells me this is doctored.
Originally posted by Glassbender777
I think something is definetly going on, because the amount of metoers that I have personally witnessed just this past week, is a lot around 12 huge bright meteors moving really really slowly,. Im not going to say Nibiru, because I dont think that its that, but I do think some kind of celestial body is leaving a lot of debri in Earths Orbit
Sky watchers should be alert for fireballs in the nights ahead. Forecasters say Earth is entering a swarm of gravelly debris from comet Encke. Meteoroids the size of pebbles and small stones hitting Earth's atmosphere at 25 km/s are producing a slow drizzle of very bright fireballs flying out of the constellation Taurus. The display is expected to peak with a few fireballs every hour during the nights of Nov. 5-12.
On Nov. 2nd, Salvador Aguirre photographed a Taurid fireball streaking over Hermosillo, Mexico. Circled, the fireball was even brighter than the nearby Moon:
"Este fue un Gran Fireball!" says Aguirre, who estimates its astronomical magnitude to be -18. This means the fireball was 100 times brighter than a full Moon (magn. -13). To capture the Taurid, he used an All Sky Sentinel camera on loan from the Sandia National Laboratories.
"What always strikes me about the Taurids," notes Bill Cooke of NASA's Meteoroid Environment Office, "is how deeply they penetrate Earth's atmosphere. On average, they make it down to an altitude of 44 miles. Contrast this to the recent Orionids, which burn up at an average altitude of 58 miles. Part of this is due to the speed difference: Taurids are slow (27 km/s) while Orionids are fast (66 km/s). In addition, many Taurids are made up of stronger stuff than the Orionids."
Originally posted by loam
Maybe these news sites were hacked???
That would explain this.
But while we know what 2012 S1 is, it's still unclear where it came from. Its orbit suggests the comet may be a runaway from the Oort cloud, where billions of comets orbit about a hundred thousand times farther from the sun than Earth is. "For astronomers, these distant origins are exciting," Samra said, "because it allows us to study one of the oldest objects in the solar system still in its original, pristine condition."