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Originally posted by bekod
it came it went no impact no destruction just a fly by,boring event, as boring as listening to msm, or watching rush l, find more entertainment with AJ, not AJ per say but the post that refer to him. the real news should be the impact in Siberia, now that was something.edit on 15-2-2013 by bekod because: line edit
Originally posted by xxdaniel21
reply to post by SeekerofTruth101
No atheists in foxholes? I haven't heard of the phrase. Regardless, with your mention of belief, why did you feel the need to bring up atheism? Was it really necessary?
Whatever happens, happens - belief or not. One does not simply "will" away something with a prayer.
Originally posted by ngchunter
Originally posted by Glinda
In mere hours (in the dead of night for what would be western experts, and w/o the crater or soil being examined) it has been DETERMINED that the two incidents are NOT related.
I could have told you that in seconds. The meteor hit Russia, which means it came from a completely different direction than 2012 DA14; the latter is coming up steeply from the south, from basically right below the planet. It couldn't hit the Urals period. Secondly, the meteor came from the direction of the sun, which is why nothing was seen beforehand. That's our blind spot. This should be a wakeup call to us both to get sun-orbiting satellites out there searching the area of space between earth and the sun for small asteroids, and to stop being distracted by non-issues like 2012 DA14. While nearly every amateur astronomer was glued to that rock, another came from a completely different direction and smacked us in the head.
Exactly! Praying for a huge asteroid not to hid earth is an empty prayer. You can't ask G-d to change the course of nature