NASA's "DART" mission to divert the asteroid Dimorphos from its original orbit has been successful. But what are the implications?

First kinetic impact test succeeds in shifting asteroid orbit


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Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".

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  1. Richard on October 15, 2022 at 3:50 pm

    In one’s view, there’s likely strategic goals where that DART mission will reveal the potential of scale-up versions of and multi tasked versions – sort of like using the Party of the east by going west’s ‘military-civilian-fusion’ methodology. For the most part there’s obvious compartmentalization in the works at present so as to not get too far ahead or unduly exposed from a private sector profits & intellectual property rights frame of reference. It’d be useful not to have to be concerned about these business portions of development, but it is what it is. It’s also useful that those who have the means and method can participate across a spectrum of alliances.

    Reconnaissance capacities are more fined tuned today toward accurate data sensing & photo imaging. By increasing the clarity of receiving data from a basketball size target at 300 miles/480 kilometers to that of a moving golf ball sized target at twice the distance would certainly be significant as a next step from a proof-of-concept perspective.

    To go a step further deep material penetrating sensing techniques (satellite based to start) are already well under way. That DART mission and associated members of it hint at their refinements. Working out frequency permutations toward discernment of what is targeted is a work in progress for nearly a decade, at least (probably more). It’s not been used for military purposes for obvious reasons as the developers refuse instigating an uneven playing of contesting Party’s, especially, with hegemonic mania of the brain.

    Particalization may be hinted at its mode of accuracy in future. Discernment toward greater detail without affecting the item scrutinized, unless intended, would seem to need potent permutation capacities beyond the typical Desktop PC variety of the 80’s.

    This DART business, no doubt, has multi roles to yet to materialize for general discussion. It begs the question, “What precursor of a role has it for those mountain-size rocks that threaten Earth let alone those yet to be discovered?” Quick action responses will be needed for those that suddenly seem to pop up between the orbits of Jupiter, Mars, and Earth. Makes one wonder how far along those particalization-beam-weapons of decades ago.

  2. DanaThomas on October 15, 2022 at 1:39 pm

    The article raises more questions than it answers. Are we to believe that mere chemical rockets are involved? Trying to show off capabilities (if the strike is true) to parties “out there”? Did these parties have some reason for not interfering, as has happened time and again with Mars missions?

    • Richard on October 15, 2022 at 3:49 pm

      One would guess that there are other earlier technologies just waiting in hangars and underground facilities to be part of a greater mission. If one can target an item from a distance, alter or particalize it, and return feedback of first effects, that would seem to be a reusable alternative.

  3. Narada on October 14, 2022 at 4:37 am

    There are some credible photo analyses which have a very clear black dot moving about just above the surface of Didymous as the bloomin missile zones in.

    Its not an artefact as it moves back and forth.
    The left part of the following vid thumbnail has it featured but the vid is fairly sane anyway – i cant recall where it is in the timeline but tis here.

    Mir mir mir

  4. marcos toledo on October 13, 2022 at 7:38 pm

    Does the movie from the middle of the last century This Island Earth ring a bell? Where the Zahgons attack the planet Medialuna using comets.

  5. Robert Barricklow on October 13, 2022 at 3:10 pm

    In the “Expanse” sci-fi series; “terrorists” used this technology to strike Earth[in war w/Mars]

    Eight ball[on the break], in the corner solar system pocket.
    Or, right into Russia!

    Oh! You can certainly “trust” the “internationals”.
    Like WHO, IMF, U.N. CDC, etc., etc.

    Artificial satellites; may also be able to demonstrate an ancient technology – going live?
    Hit me?
    And, see what happens.

    Or, thanks for the hit; I’ll notify my supervisor.
    They may not respond immediately….

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