January 11, 2016
Found on the Daily Letter/email.
Death on Mars
New proof of a nuclear catastrophe on Mars! In an epic story of discovery, strong evidence is presented for a dead civilization on Mars and the shocking reason for its demise: an ancient planetary-scale nuclear massacre leaving isotopic traces of vast explosions that endure to our present age. The story told by a wide range of Mars data is now clear. Mars was once Earth-like in climate, with an ocean and rivers, and for a long period became home to both plant and animal life, including a humanoid civilization.
Then, for unfathomable reasons, a massive thermo-nuclear explosion ravaged the centers of the Martian civilization and destroyed the biosphere of the planet. An advanced space power appears to have discovered a civilization on Mars who had built pyramids and cities. Mars was destroyed by a space power like the planet Alderan in the movie Star Wars. The Dark Forces destroyed them by diverting an asteroid into the North of Mars followed by two massive nuclear weapons detonated in mid-air to spread radioactive fallout around the planet.
But, the story does not end there. This tragedy may explain Fermi’s Paradox, the fact that the cosmos, seemingly so fertile and with so many planets suitable for life, is as silent as a graveyard. We must immediately send astronauts to Mars to maximize our knowledge of what happened there, and learn how to avoid Mars’ fate. There likely exits advanced intelligent technological forces in the universe that destroy more primitive civilizations when they start to become a threat to them. It is apparent that Earth is in danger from the Dark Forces.
Pope Francis: “The Last Pope’s Christmas”
Firstly, notice what Pope Francis of the Vatican said as 2015 ended.
On December 25, 2015, Pope Francis told crowds in St Peter’s Square “This may be our last Christmas.”
“The current chaotic state of the world marks the beginning of the end times, and this time next year the world is likely to be unrecognizable.“
Queen Elizabeth allegedly went off script on December 24, during her taped message she told the BBC production staff, and said bitterly. “I hope you enjoy your final Christmas.”…That is the claim making the rounds on social media due to a bizarre set of comments she allegedly made during the filming of her annual Christmas message for the BBC last year. She may be ill, is resigning her position, or his concerned about terrorism. Under strict orders from palace advisors, the take was cancelled and junior staff was sent on an early lunch. Later in the day, the Christmas message was re-done.
Predictions for 2016
Dire Predictions of World-Changing Events Poised Ready To Break
If you did not know, events have started to happen in Europe, USA and Australia right now that are set to change the world overnight.
Big upheavals are coming to your life and that of your family members. In addition, I am still in shock after 5 months of checking and re-checking some ancient prophecies that foretell what is happening. And after that, what is going to come.
The 2016, predictions are looking interesting. While World War 3 fears have become common due to saber rattling by China and Vladimir Putin’s Russia. Some people are combining the 2016 Nostradamus predictions with Bible prophecies related to Jesus and the Antichrist’s end times. Throw a giant asteroid into the WW III mix, and these 2016 conspiracy theories are certain to be a blast. A modern-day Nostradamus predicts a 2016 asteroid impact on Earth.
Pastor Ricardo Salazar a Christian pastor claims refugees in Europe will soon find the borders closed to them. Salazar claims World War 3 starts with China attacking Japan in February of 2016. Again, others have made similar predictions, including writers for the American Thinker and George Soros, who believed there was a “likelihood” that China’s Communist Party would start an external conflict in order to unify the people against a common enemy if their economy begins to falter.
It is claimed that in April of 2016 that Russian scientists will spot a 5.6-mile wide asteroid. In May of 2016, the asteroid is supposed to impact on either May 15 or May 17, and the resulting destruction will kill 1.2 billion people. “NASA knows of no asteroid or comet currently on a collision course with Earth
China and Russia will supposedly continue World War 3 with an attack on the United States. This war eventually expands to include Israel, and the Bible does speak of foreign nations attacking during the end times. Website
Note: The financial situation in China could cause a dire situation.
The Planetary Defense Coordination Office and Asteroid Danger
When a NASA mission to study Mars’ deep interior blasts off in 2016, it may also carry a tag-along experiment that will slam an impactor into a potentially hazardous asteroid.
Scientists are studying the possibility of adding the asteroid-deflection effort — dubbed Impactor for Surface and Interior Science (ISIS) — to NASA’s InSight Mars mission, which is slated to launch a Lander toward the Red Planet in March 2016.
Once set loose in space, ISIS is designed to slam into the potentially dangerous asteroid 1999 RQ36 in September 2016. [Gallery: Potentially Dangerous Asteroids]
Asteroids capable of inflicting damage on a global scale hit the Earth roughly every million years, and we may be developing a method of deflecting them away from Earth. Scientists have proposed a variety of strategies to nudge an asteroid off course. The list includes using lasers, mirrors or atomic weapons launched from Earth. Unlike any other type of natural hazard, an asteroid impact could kill billions of people. However, it is also the only natural hazard that can be prevented, at least in principle.
“It’s a thing we know will happen sometime in our future so we need to do something about it,” said William Ailor, of The Aerospace Corporation. Astronomers estimate there are between 900 and 1,100 near-Earth asteroids one kilometer – about six-tenths of a mile – or larger in diameter. It is not clear what sort of damage one of those asteroids could cause were it to strike Earth. Destruction on a global scale is likely although we do not know what they could do.” said David Morrison of NASA’s Ames Research Center.
“Even something of that size, were it to strike, say, the Pacific Ocean,
could generate a tsunami capable of destroying the major cities along the West
Coast,” Ailor said.
Early detection of an inbound asteroid could provide years to prepare for a hit, but current technology allows experts to detect some incoming smaller objects no earlier than three days ahead of time.
Asteroids have hit other planets. Planet Phaeton located between Mars and Jupiter exploded into millions of bits after being hit by an asteroid 1,000 meters wide. Comets and asteroids have been slamming into Earth since time began. A huge asteroid that hit this planet 65 million years ago is believed to have killed off the dinosaurs. But, it has only been in the last 10 to 20 years that scientists have started to seriously consider the threat that asteroids, comets and other or Near Earth Objects called NEOs, potentially pose a threat to our civilization.
Scientists now agree that there are millions of asteroids out there that have a chance of hitting the Earth. If an object of more than 10 kilometers in diameter hits the Earth then there is not much chance of anyone surviving, according to a British task force that published research on NEOs. More dangerous are the smaller objects of one kilometer or more, which may not be detected, that could destroy cities, change the climate and cause huge tidal waves all over the Earth. Two large asteroids have already hit Russia in the last 100 years. In 1908, an asteroid crashed into Tunguska, a remote area of Siberia, causing devastation across an area the size of London. Nearly 40 years later another asteroid hit Sikote-Alin, also in Siberia, smashing more than a hundred craters into the land. If one of these asteroids had hit a city then millions of people would have died.
Fortunately, NASA has formalized its ongoing program for detecting and tracking near-Earth objects (NEOs) in the Planetary Defense Coordination Office (PDCO). The office will be responsible for supervision of all NASA-funded projects to find and characterize asteroids and comets that pass near Earth. It also is taking a leading role in coordinating interagency and intergovernmental efforts in response to any potential impact threats.
Recently, American scientist proved that a meteorite caused a huge crater in the state of Arizona.
More than 13,500 near-Earth objects of all sizes have been discovered to date — more than 95 percent of them since NASA-funded surveys began in 1998. About 1,500 NEOs are now detected each year, and NASA hopes to identify an additional 40 percent of the asteroids within the next decade.
“Asteroid detection, tracking and defense of our planet are something that NASA, its interagency partners, and the global community takes very seriously,” said John Grunsfeld, associate administrator for NASA’s Science Mission Directorate in Washington. “While there are no known impact threats at this time, the 2013 Chelyabinsk super-fireball and the recent ‘Halloween Asteroid’ close approach reminds us of why we need to remain vigilant and keep our eyes to the sky.”
NASA has been engaged in worldwide planning for planetary defense for some time, and this office will improve and expand on those efforts, working with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and other federal agencies and departments. “The formal establishment of the Planetary Defense Coordination Office makes it evident that the agency is committed to perform a leadership role in national and international efforts for detection of these impact hazards, and to be engaged in planning if there is a need for planetary defense,” said Lindley Johnson Planetary Defense Officer.
Astronomers detect near-Earth objects using ground-based telescopes around the world as well as NASA’s space-based NEOWISE infrared telescope. Tracking data are provided to a global database maintained by the Minor Planet Center, sanctioned by the International Astronomical Union. Once detected, orbits are precisely predicted and monitored by the Center for NEO Studies (CNEOS) at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California. Select NEOs are further characterized by assets such as NASA’s Infrared Telescope Facility, Spitzer Space Telescope and interplanetary radars operated by NASA and the National Science Foundation. Such efforts are coordinated and funded by NASA’s longtime NEO Observations Program, which will continue as a research program under the office.
The Planetary Defense Coordination Office is being applauded by the National Science Foundation (NSF), which supports research and education in science and engineering. “NSF welcomes the increased visibility afforded to this critical activity,” said Nigel Sharp, program director in the agency’s Division of Astronomical Sciences.
This diagram maps the data gathered from 1994-2013 on small asteroids impacting Earth’s atmosphere, disintegrating to create very bright meteors, technically called “bolides”, and commonly referred to as “fireballs”. Sizes of orange dots (daytime impacts) and blue dots (nighttime impacts) are proportional to the optical radiated energy of impacts measured in billions of Joules (GJ) of energy, and show the location of impacts from objects about 1 meter (3 feet) to almost 20 meters (60 feet) in size.
With more than 90 percent of NEOs larger than 3,000 feet (1 kilometer) already discovered, NASA is now focused on finding objects that are slightly bigger than a football field — 450 feet (140 meters) or larger. In 2005, NASA was tasked with finding 90 percent of this class of NEOs by the end of 2020. NASA-funded surveys have detected an estimated 25 percent of these mid-sized but still potentially hazardous objects to date.
NASA’s long-term planetary defense goals include developing technology and techniques for deflecting or redirecting objects that are determined to be on an impact course with Earth. NASA’s Asteroid Redirect Mission concept would demonstrate the effectiveness of the gravity tractor method of planetary defense, using the mass of another object to pull an asteroid slightly from its original orbital path. The joint NASA-European Space Agency Asteroid Impact and Deflection Assessment (AIDA) mission concept, if pursued, would demonstrate an impact deflection method of planetary defense. Website
Scientists find evidence of ninth planet in solar system
January 20, 2016 Updated Jan 20, 2016 at 4:32 PM CST
Scientists say we might have nine planets in our solar system after all, and no, we don’t mean Pluto.
Nicknamed “Planet Nine,” the new planet has 10 times more mass than Earth and orbits about 20 times farther from the sun than Neptune, meaning it takes between 10,000 and 20,000 years for it to make a full orbit.
Researchers have not yet seen Planet Nine, but say they are sure it’s out there because frozen debris outside of Neptune is consistently being pulled into strange orbits. The scientists say this could only be caused by the gravity of another planet. Planet Nine would make only the third planet to be discovered in recent history. By WEEK Producer and MGN Online
New Planets Bigger Than Earth Possibly Found In Our Solar System
Ryan Gorman writes, “Scientists may have found Planet X — the long-rumored object believed to be larger than Earth and further from the sun than Pluto. Planet X and another object dubbed “Planet Y,” are among 13 “extreme trans-Neptunian objects” (ETNOs) orbiting the sun at great distances, according to a report in Space, which quoted a new research paper. They are believed to follow elliptical paths averaging about 200 astronomical units (AU) from the sun. Earth is 1 AU, or 93 million miles, from the sun.
“This excess of objects with unexpected orbital parameters makes us believe that some invisible forces are altering the distribution of the orbital elements of the ETNOs, and we consider that the most probable explanation is that other unknown planets exist beyond Neptune and Pluto,” lead author Carlos de la Fuente Marcos, of the Complutense University of Madrid, said in a statement.
“The exact number is uncertain, given that the data that we have is limited, but our calculations suggest that there are at least two planets, and probably more, within the confines of our solar system,” he added. They are far enough away to be nearly impossible to spot with current instruments, according to Space. Planet X was previously hypothesized in a 2014 research paper. Called 2012 VP113, researchers Chadwick Trujillo and Scott Sheppard claimed that the object never came closer to the sun than 80 AU.,
Pluto was only recently reclassified as a planet, albeit a Dwarf planet, after losing the distinction in 2006. Thanks to Space.