Is a Killer Planet X / Nibiru
Stalking The Earth?
Jacco van der Worp
Space.Com, July 6, 2000
Streaking Meteor Causes Rare Phenomenon
Greg Hammer and a friend were camping recently near the Colorado town of Fairplay, watching satellites flit across the dark sky when -- bam! -- night turned to day.
A large fireball lit up the night as it raced northward, turning from white to cobalt before exploding in a shower of sparks. Although the rock broke up miles above in the
atmosphere, the computer analyst said he simultaneously heard at least seven seconds of sound as he watched the rock tumble and break up.
A meteorite impacted with Earth last year near a village in Jordan that was lucky to avoid loss of lives.
AFP, April 23, 2001
Meteorite crashes near mourning Jordanian village
AMMAN — "Residents of a Jordanian village attending a funeral got an unwelcome surprise when a fiery meteorite crashed down in their midst, one of them told AFP Monday."
"More than 100 of us were gathered Wednesday at sundown to bury a village resident when we saw a strange object that looked like a ball of fire," said Mohammed Nawaf
Mikdadi, mayor of Beit Eidess, some 85 kilometers (50 miles) north of Amman.
"The meteor shot through the sky from west to east before
a part of it came down a half kilometer (quarter mile) from the village, sparking an explosion and then a fire with four-meter (12-foot) flames for 10 meters (100 feet) straight," Mikdadi told AFP.
July last year was a meteoric frenzy with three huge unpredicted events that gave the world a wake up call.
YOWUSA, July 30, 2001
The sky over New Jersey was host to several spectacular
displays during July.
It all started on the evening of Sunday the 15th, when 16
golden-orange coloured lights appeared in the sky over Carteret, N.J. The lights were witnessed by at least 15 people including two Police officers and a priest. One family even managed to capture the event on video.
Exactly one week later, on the evening of Sunday the 22nd, another very similar, very bright, slow moving light was seen by two children that were outside playing
on a trampoline. They quickly grabbed their video camera and recorded the light as it eventually exploded like a Roman candle.
Inside the Pentagon, a CNN Military Affairs Correspondent
glanced westward out the office window and was stunned by a bright flash as a huge fireball entered our atmosphere and headed toward Earth. "It got brighter and brighter.
Halfway up in the sky, it sort of evaporated into a bright flash", he reported. Several sonic booms were later heard. The explosions violently shook houses,
rattling books and dishes off their shelves. Windows were also shattered, but luckily, nobody was seriously injured. This rapid series of events was witnessed by hundreds of people from locations such as Virginia,
Maryland, Delaware, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, New York and even Canada.
Could something be causing a stream of ever growing sized rocks to head our way? Could this be a meteor cloud leading the passage of an XKBO approaching us right now, undetected? Some of them have been burning
up. The bigger ones have so far luckily passed by without causing harm. However, at the current pace of near Earth asteroid sightings, perhaps our luck may soon run out with a bang.
Space.Com, August 30, 2001
Bright, Booming Meteor Vanishes in Colorado Mountains
The fireball earlier this month impressed those who witnessed it. "It was so bright, I could see into the neighbor's yard," Mike Valdez of Monte Vista, Co., told
the AP. "It was 10 times brighter than the Moon." Valdez said that he first saw a bright white light from the fireball, which sprayed red fragments as it went by, and then heard a low rumble.
Reuters, January 17, 2002
Two hefty asteroids pass close to Earth
WASHINGTON - Two hefty asteroids passed close to Earth Wednesday, with at least five more set to swing near by January's end, but none are dinosaur-killers, scientists who track them said.
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Sitchin: "The snow-ice that the Whiteland covers to sliding has taken!"
Many people concern themselves with global warming, and quote evidence of drastic Earth changes to prove such points. When such evidence is viewed in
the light of an approaching XKBO, the source of Earths warming and changes may be interpreted differently.
As new data shows, it is the possibility of rapid freezing that poses more of a threat. Perhaps these historic ice ages are caused by the close fly-by of an
XKBO after the preluding signs of chaotic weather and heating.
National Geographic, January 2, 2002
Sudden Ice Age or World Drought Possible, Study Says
If you're concerned about forecasts of long-term global warming, you might be worried about the wrong thing.
The evidence? Embedded in ancient tree rings and ice
cores are signs that quick, drastic changes is a fundamental characteristic of Earth's climate. These data show that the climate can switch abruptly from one mode - such as an ice age - to another, such as a milder
interglacial period, climatologists say.
In a sense, the report notes, humanity has been living in the meteorological equivalent of a fool's paradise.
Currently, scientists do not understand what drives drastic changes, which in turn means they cannot simulate or forecast them.
Yet researches are already aware that some degree of
change seems to be under way. For example, the Arctic is warming. Air circulation around the North Pole region has changed. It is bringing warmer, wetter winters to
northern Europe, Siberia, and parts of North America. Also, a changed wind pattern is moving young Arctic ice out of the ocean faster.
If any organization in the world can give us an answer to questions concerning an XKBO, it should be NASA. A close examination of their projects under the
banner of their Discovery Program will reveal a search for one basic goal: To determine our destiny.
To be continued…