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NASA’S NEXT TARGET?

NASA is contemplating sending manned missions to an asteroid in less than fifteen years:

NASA\'s Next Mission: Send Astronauts To Asteroid

Just in case you missed it, this mission to go to an asteroid - which one has yet to be determined - by the year 2025, has (1) been set "by presidential order," and (2) may be something necessary to "save civilization."

And this is where the plot thickens. Read that part again: "The reason NASA Administrator Charles Bolden and others give is that this mission could save civilization. Every 100 million years or so an asteroid 6 miles wide – the type that killed off the dinosaurs_ smacks Earth, said NASA Near Earth Object program manager Donald Yeomans.

"If NASA can get astronauts to an asteroid, they can figure out a way of changing a potential killer's orbit. They'll experiment with the safe one they land on, Braun said."

Yesterday I blogged about Dr. Judy Wood's thesis that the World Trade Center towers were brought down  - or rather, to be more accurate, turned to dust - by a sophisticated directed energy weaponry, a thesis with which I happen to concur. Putting this NASA asteroid story into that context for the sake of argument, the story of diverting killer asteroids takes on a new significance, for this would mean that if the technologies exist to "dustify" buildings, as Dr. Wood calls it, then taht same technology could turn into harmless dust a "killer asteroid."

This bears two logical implications for NASA's asteroid objective: (1) either the USA is in possession of such technologies (and I strongly believe it is), and hence the story being put out is a cover for some other purpose in going to asteroids, or (2) someone else is in possession of them, and NASA's only way of dealing with killer asteroids is in the movie Armageddon's scenario.

There is a third alternative as well, and that is, that NASA is looking for something....

 

 

9 thoughts on “NASA’S NEXT TARGET?”

  1. At least one country already has the safe tech to fend off
    asteroids.

    2011MD was a test.
    It went very well even as it safely went through the
    geostationary artificial satellite belt.

    Really close was considered between the Earth and the moon.
    NOT a few hundred miles…..up.

    The US may not have copied because of where the engineering
    math came from.
    The US gov is very stubborn —- and picky.
    OR its owners are………….

  2. Hi Dr. Farrell and readers,

    “NASA is contemplating sending manned missions to an asteroid in less than fifteen years”-

    what, ALREADY?- the alacrity of NASA never ceases to amaze me-so why the sudden rush?-

    “this mission could save civilization. Every 100 million years or so an asteroid 6 miles wide – the type that killed off the dinosaurs”-

    right-

    NASA has the power to save civiilzation- so why hasn’t “NASA ” not yet found a way to Mars, yet it claims the ability to possibly “save civilization” from an on-coming asteroid to be explored first in ca. 15 yrs.- and where is the proof a rinky-dink asteroid 6 miles wide killed off the dinos?-

    was just wondering…

    “Dr. Judy Wood’s thesis that the World Trade Center towers were brought down – or rather, to be more accurate, turned to dust – by a sophisticated directed energy weaponry”-

    yes, after listening to the Rense interviews she makes a very compelling case- but I still think there was even more involved- geopolitics isn’t that one-sided, cut-and-dry- the rabbit hole is very, very deep-

    “There is a third alternative as well, and that is, that NASA is looking for something….”

    you bet: any excuse whatsoever to discredit the reports of Pentagon PC-snooper Gary McKinnon about the existence of a secret space program and William Cooper’s observations that occurred in 1965 as recounted in his book “Behold a Pale Horse”-

    think about it-

    peace, love, health and insight to all-

    Larry In Germany

  3. NASA , the “official” NASA, hasn’t sent a human out of Earth orbit, LOW Earth orbit, in…almost 40 years. So I question whether the whole thing is just another guise to swindle money. The logical first step to gallivanting across the solar system with ROCKETS is to return to the Moon and, at least, put a station in orbit there. (Parenthetically, the space shuttle could have done just that and maybe it did.)

    Notice that there IS the ever present element of fear involved as in “And NASA leaders say civilization may depend on it” which is SOP for obtaining public support for MEGA-$$$$ scams by the banksters.

    As I am of the opinion that the unofficial NASA possesses something better than rockets to travel through space with, I am of the opinion that whatever they want to look at in the solar system they already have.

    “But that’s just my opinion. I could be wrong.”

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GWB6Cf7nvYs

    1. PS
      I just finished reading “The Cosmic War.” It was very informative and it “made me think,” my test for any “good” book to pass.

      I cannot help wondering though why no one ever considered the Tower of Babel to be a…uh…space elevator…of some kind.

      Also, while I am on a roll, no one has ever considered that the reason that the constellation Orion figures so prominently in Egyptian pyramid layout MAY be because Orion is the BRIGHTEST CONSTELLATION. I don’t think this is the reason for the layout of Giza but it COULD be.

      Once again: “That is just my opinion. I could be wrong.”

  4. Christian de Coninck Lucas

    Or, NASA simply has to look like in can still do things in orbit even though mot good stuff is done by the military or “those other groups”, whoever they are. So why not choose a scenario people have seen in not one but TWO movies.

  5. Then there’s always Hoagland’s musings about what some asteroids may be. That’s a different reason for a close look.

    1. Yes, I immediately thought of his mention of Arthur C. Clarke’s “Rendezvous with Rama” as an “asteroid” that wasn’t. Coincidentally, Rendezvous with Rama is being made into a film right now, expected release early 2013. Hey, maybe they’ll make that Dec 21, 2012 date (LOL).

    2. The “asteroid” 2867 Steins comes to mind that Hoagland has discussed vis-a-vis the European Space Agency. 2867 Steins appears to bear striking evidence of artificiality not normally seen in the “run of the mill” asteroids that most are familiar with. Now a manned mission to an asteroid that turns out to be in reality an ancient derelict space craft of some type would trully be worthwhile; no question about that!

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