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qmantoo wrote:
 then it is a real freaky coincidence that two asteroids "unconnected" to each other should be in the same part of space at the same time as each other.

 

 


 The phrase "warning shot accross the bows" springs to mind, more so because of unfolding international events that Russia plays a background roll in ( )



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As far as the Russian asteroid is concerned, I find it strange that no-one shouted INCOMING when they realised that there was not one but at least 2 asteroids passing close to earth that day.

Was anything posted on the NASA Near Earth Object site to indicate the other potential hazzards? If not, why not and if there was, then it is a real freaky coincidence that two asteroids "unconnected" to each other should be in the same part of space at the same time as each other.

 

 



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The word, incidentally stands for unknown or untraceable physical process and therefore has no scientific value.
All movements of the material has both cause and effect. Everything is connected in some way.
The word coincidence is mostly political nature. Terribly, I'm getting tired of the foolishness of the mankind.



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 Note that the simulation uses the published Meteosat 9 images, which captured the meteor's contrails, to help locate the approximate path of the meteor. This analysis supports and explains in 3D the announcements by NASA and ESA that the meteor was unrelated to 2012 DA 14.

Who publishes the Meteosat 9 images?



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Macten wrote:

 BTW does anyone believe that the Russian meteorite had no connection at all with the asteroid that passed between the Earth and the Moon a couple hours later? Oh thats right, NASA said they were unrelated.

THe sheep have been pacified by the super intelligent scientists from NASA who cant be wrong. All is well.

LOL!


 There are no lies. This is easily verifiable fact. And Russian scientists agree with NASA



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To spout the diatribe that this poster has is very telling as to his true objective. He knows this will spark a reaction.  To Veil your trolling with colorfull phrases and famous quotes is still trolling.

Either that or he has never seen any of the evidence presented by us or Skipper, or maybe he has and is afraid of the truth. BTW does anyone believe that the Russian meteorite had no connection at all with the asteroid that passed between the Earth and the Moon a couple hours later? Oh thats right, NASA said they were unrelated.

THe sheep have been pacified by the super intelligent scientists from NASA who cant be wrong. All is well.

LOL!



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Very well put levelwind I'll second that.

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Very well put TW.  I for one claim nothing other than the love of astronomy.  I like many other folks I know follow all the latest and greatest discoveries coming down the pike.  The fun this about this forum is that we can discuss anything strange or weird looking.  When I post something on here I am hoping for scrutiny, ridicule, or opposition.  I have learned a lot from the members here.  I think most of the people posting here ARE looking for some opinions and objective thought on what they've found.  Many times it does turn out to be nothing but there are many that have still not been explained.  It would be nice to have someone like you to point out any "altered perception".  That is what this really is all about.  There are a lot of very weird anomalies out there begging for your scrutiny.  Help us out.  How about the pic that is under my name to the left?  Here is the link.

  http://mars.jpl.nasa.gov/msl-raw-images/msss/00107/mcam/0107MR0682080000E1_DXXX.jpg 

Or how about this one?  I think it looks like a glass globe perched on top of a disc looking thing.  Could be some kind of Martian light bulb.  Who knows?  What do you think?  Here's the link to the entire thread> http://alienanomalies.activeboard.com/t49405608/more-wreckage-from-long-ago-and-far-away/  Check it out there are all kinds of good ones there.

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Nothing new in that point of view but I can firmly say I'm on the side of the anomaly hunters, though my profile signature comes from the  same train of thinking as you. Not 'ALL' anomaly hunters lack the subjective unbiased eye or ability to discern structure from projective wants.  This is due to very poor research and the lack of understanding in geology or at least some working knowledge of the optics involved. Its painfully obvious this is lacking and its frustrating. There is a separation happening. Ive noticed it and I will soon take my place ;) Until then everyone has to do their best to be sure. The evolution of thinking and analysis is the future of Anomaly hunting. 
WeirdVideos, i can relate to your post but i still have a strong leaning to protect Anomaly hunters from themselves and others ;)
Just debunk as much as you can until you come across something that defies your personal construct on the subject. The art is growing the balls to admit the fact that something just maybe very odd ... The door swings both ways on the subject and points of view!
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Weirdvideos, you are free to express your opiniions in this area of the site as long as they are not blatantly rude, which this post is threatening to be.

You will get the opportunity of this one warning, to adjust your language to something more polite or you will have future posts containing unpleasant attacks deleted.



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"All truth passes through three stages. First, it is ridiculed; Second, it is violently opposed; Third, it is accepted as being self-evident."

Now, since people love to take NASA pictures and pull phantoms out of shadow and light, and like magicians make things appear to be what they are not, and those things that are not to appear; we can say then: "All falsity passes through three stages: First it is believed to be whatever a person imagines that he "thinks" is evident. Second, after desplaying his handy work, it is violently opposed; then it is ridiculed. But there are two more stages: After serious violent opposition turns into ridicule, the ridicule quiets into a relaxed mockery. For, alien artefact hunters not only have the ability to perceive the world, but an uncanny ability to alter their rational perceptions of it; more simply, the moon monument madened artefact hunter can change objective things to other things in his own mind by the manner in which he looks at them, and given enough persuasion, can alter the same in others minds." - HIDDEN BURDENS, Madening of others Memories.

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One has not only an ability to perceive the world but an ability to alter one's perception of it; more simply, one can change things by the manner in which one looks at them” - HENRI BERGSON, Matter and Memory



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