posted on Feb, 20 2013 @ 10:37 PM
I sort of don't want to visit the link, because I know what's on the other side of that rainbow, and it ain't a pot of gold. I guarantee you at
the end of the article, it won't make sense, or the information will be skewed to make someone look insane, or it will be fluff news, because of the
nature of the presentation, that it comes from fox news.
I imagine it weighed 100 tons but it hit the ground feeling like 10,000 tons. That could the idea behind the force that was stronger than an atomic
bomb, it was more powerful than a megaton bomb. What am I, a rocket scientist?
Somehow, putting the numbers on papers doesn't promote the idea of a competitive intelligence after the fact. I'm going to pull a Hillary Clinton
and say: what difference does it make? It's already exploded a bunch of windows and is now a permanent addition to planet Earth.
Here is the response you will typically get from NASA after an event with no warning: "space is pretty big," and it's said with superior nerd
attitude which implies that watching ginormous shooting stars is a waste of their time. And they doubly don't care to tell you when something
dangerous is going to happen, unless it lands by one of their precious little military installations or within the view of the POTUS. Weren't they
out of their 9 to 5 shift and sleeping in the USA when that skyturd came down in Russia? US isn't exactly going to confess monitoring Russian
Just remember what they didn't tell their exploding shuttle crew and see how it follows their character to not care in this event.