nonhocapito wrote:YU 55 - "No chance of an impact"
Huge asteroid headed for close encounter with Earth
http://www.reuters.com/article/2011/11/ ... FN20111104
"There is no chance that this object will collide with the Earth or moon," Yeomans said.
Correct if I am wrong -- but, just like with extra-devastating earthquakes -- never before we have had all these "close encounters" with asteroids like past few years. I think it matters little if we are told that there is "no chance of an impact". This still works to keep the masses on their toes -- that something spectacular and dangerous will come from outer space and all that crap, and Kelly, Bono & Giffords will be there to save us...
The timing of this news piece is no coincidence when you consider the national EAS test that is scheduled to happen this week. Lets hope that this EAS drill is just a test and not a pretext for a psy op event.
nonhocapito wrote:It seems such bullshit that, because of a few strange phenomena that have been observed (assuming those observations are real) we have to conclude, like that Friedman says, that "we are being visited by intelligent beings from outer space". Hello? What about intelligent (and cunning) beings from the inside space, flying off our military bases?
Naturally it is difficult to discuss this topic, and it's not like we have too -- until something major will be plotted before our eyes in this regard.
But, since we are touching it: generally speaking I am willing to accept the idea that not all of the material we see in the UFO research is completely faked (although, clearly, the largest part of it is blatantly photoshop-fake): some of it can actually document authentic spotting of strange objects flying.
All of us probably know at least someone (if not ourselves) who have seen strange things flying at least once or twice in their lifetime -- and not all of these stories must necessarily be false.
But it remains inexplicable to me (unless we postulate a psyop scenario) the leap of logic that wants these objects to be the product of extra-terrestrial contact, something for which, it seems to me, there is not one iota of solid evidence.
It is clear though that two things went hand in hand here: the UFO psyop would never have gained popularity if it wasn't for a cultural force at work preparing the ground for it since the 19th century: Science-fiction.
How coincidental that, in the same decades that Sci-Fi became wildly popular (the 40s and 50s of the last century), these "intelligent beings from outer space" started to appear visiting our planet -- allegedly a tiny marginal speckle of dust at the margins of a marginal galaxy -- while no strange objects or strange beings were really ever documented and described by our ancestors, for thousands of years.
Well, this unless one wants to throw the myths of religion in it. And I am sure that the UFO psyop has encouraged this angle since forever, considering that at the core of it is the confirmation of atheism (as in: getting rid of Christianity.) See the mystical strain of movies like "encounters of the 3rd kind" or "ET", where the existence of extra terrestrials beings becomes one thing with their role of saviors, and of bearer of all the answers. They come from incredible distances, through a vast, hostile space that only futuristic technology can subjugate: what need is left there for a moral, earthly religion, that deals with mortality and decay, love and hate, the limited desires and hopes of mortal, fallacious beings?
We should have a pretty clear picture of how the alien psy op may play out over the next few years looking at the Ancient Alien crap that the History Channel has been showing. It may not start off with a massive 9/11 style event, or maybe it will, but they may not explicitly say that it was extraterrestrials but instead will be backed up with "findings" by NASA and other space agencies on Mars, Europa, and other planets and moons that will prove an extra terrestrial presence, kind of like how I explained in my thread titled "NASA's sun-powered Juno spacecraft". I'm quite certain that this will be NASA's job from now on. Since the masses believe that NASA is the legit space program, why not use them to legitimize the idea of extraterrestrial life? I'm sure the alien psy op would be kicked off by an unfortunate event involving the space station, its all just a matter of when this will start.