posted on Jun, 15 2006 @ 11:05 AM
12 hours to compute what a nuke would do inside an asteroid. That's dense.
Curious. This comes along with a noted increase in the reporting of meteors and meteor related events in recent years. More reports of impacts,
unexplained flashes of light, a good shot of one hitting the Moon, etc. I know these things happen all the time but the fact that the reports have
increased indicates a few possible things. Could just be because of the available of information and technology. But what if the increase in reports
is because of an increase in activity? What if something is happening? I never knew of coorbital objects until
the report of one leaving soon
. And apparently there is another out there that has
been there for 500 years. What if Earth's gravity is slowly breaking it [or another] apart causing small chunks to strike us and the Moon?
Could a slowly developing threat be known that is generating increased attention such as these simulations?
[edit on 15-6-2006 by apc]