Asteroid 1999 FN53 Mass Extinction Event May 14th

Nathan Rao
Tue, May 12, 2015
Subject; Asteroid Mass Extinction Event

RJ, Please . . . we must forward this authenticated report of a possible
global catastrophe to others, and emphasize that they must relay
it further. If you survive, you can save yourself from death by
dehydration, starvation, and disease. But you must act now!
Believe me and many other researchers . . . if this mountainous
asteroid misses Earth, there are many others headed our way,
because physicist James McCanney has learned that
“a mini-solar system is being sucked into our Solar System”
by our Sun’s *great* gravitational force field.
Today, fill up many containers with water, and buy canned chicken
and canned meats, as well as dried beans, lentils, barley, amaranth,
and quinoa.
From the LONDON DAILY EXPRESS newspaper, May 12, 2015:

Believe me and many other researchers . . . if this mountainous
asteroid misses Earth, there are many others headed our way,
because physicist James McCanney has learned that “a mini-
solar system is being sucked into our System by our Sun’s *great*
gravitational force field. JD

Asteroid a MILE wide to hurtle past Earth in 48 HOURS – as experts warn of MASS EXTINCTION

A COLOSSAL asteroid hurtling through space is feared to be one of the biggest EVER to threaten a collision with Earth.

Asteroid 1999 FN53 will skim past Earth on May 14
The gigantic missile thought to measure almost a mile across will brush closer than previous monsters which have sparked a global panic.

Worried astronomers warned 1999 FN53, which is an eighth of the size of Mount Everest, will skim the Earth in TWO DAYS.

A collision would be nothing short of catastrophic triggering mass destruction, earthquakes and global extinction.

The monster is more than TEN TIMES bigger than other meteorites currently visible on NASA’s Near Earth Object radar.

It is also double the size of the gargantuan 2014-YB35 which had astronomers around the world watching the skies in March.

Experts warn a collision would trigger an explosion similar to millions of megatons of TNT and would be capable of killing 1.5 billion people.

It would be far more destructive than the 1908 Tunguska Event which saw a 50-metre lump of extraterrestrial rock crash into Siberia.

It flattened around 80 million trees and sent a shock wave across Russia measuring five on the Richter scale.

The event is held by scientists as a benchmark for the catastrophic consequence of an asteroid impact with earth.

The gigantic lump of rock is travelling faster than 30,000 mph and will brush terrifyingly close to Earth on Thursday.

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Crab Nebula, showing countless branchlike filaments of hydrogen gas throughout the remnant of a supernova explosion Peerless Beauty. This iconic Hubble image of the spiral galaxy NGC 1300 is suffused with detail—bright blue young stars, the dust lanes spiraling around the bright nucleus, distant galaxies shining through Echo of Light. Over several months in 2002, Hubble captured a cosmic spectacle—a ragged balloon of dust that appeared to expand around the star V838 Monocerotis.

In reality, an expanding blast of the star’s light was illuminating the dust cloud
Star Power. Hubble’s Wide Field Camera 3 looks through the Horsehead Nebula in a uniquely detailed infrared image Saturn’s Parade of Moons Four moons of Saturn passed in front of their parent planet in this 2009 Hubble image Eerie Fog Like an ominous fog swirling around a street lamp, a nebula 1,499 light-years away in the constellation Orion burns dimly, illuminated by hot, massive stars embedded inside the gas cloud Cat’s Eye Nebula, reveals at least 11 previously unknown concentric rings and knots of glowing gas blown out into space by a dying sunlike star.

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Bill Napier, professor of astronomy at the University of Buckinghamshire, said an impact would leave unimaginable destruction.

He said: “People are concerned about an impact from a very large asteroid, and the impact of something of this scale would be nothing short of global.

“It is certainly one of the biggest on the radar, and much bigger than the Tunguska asteroid which was one of the most significant in history.

“This is in a completely different ball park, we are talking about millions of megatons of energy, vastly more than was released in Hiroshima.

“It would undoubtedly lead to the deaths of around 1.5 billion people, we are looking at a mass extinction of humanity.

“To understand the impact of something on this scale, you would have to look to the science fiction writers, it is incomprehensible.”

The asteroid is currently hurtling around the Earth fifty times faster than a jumbo jet and double the speed of a space rocket.
Though several million miles away astronomers fear a slight deviation from its orbit will put it on a headlong collision course with the planet.

Professor Napier said: “It is a bit like shooting through a key hole.

“All being well this one is far enough away not to do us any harm, but people are concerned because you just don’t know.”

If it were to strike the sea it would send a plume of halogen gasses into the stratosphere destroying the ozone layer, he said.

He added: “This would allow unrestricted sunlight hit the Earth, the sky would heat up becoming strong enough to burn vegetation.

“It would also put a lot of water into the stratosphere with these effects ultimately leading to a mass extinction.”

In astronomical terms this is a tiny distance and close enough to prompt astronomers to keep an eye on it until is passes safely.

Its exact size is still unclear though it is estimated to be between 580 metres and 1.3km wide – most likely around 680 metres.

In a statement NASA said: “1999 FN53 was discovered on 1999 Mar 31 by the Lowell Observatory Near-Earth Object Search (LONEOS).

“It has an absolute magnitude of 18.3 suggesting a diameter within a factor of two of 680 metres but otherwise its physical properties are poorly known.

“The asteroid will approach Earth…on 2015 May 14.”

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One Response to “Asteroid 1999 FN53 Mass Extinction Event May 14th”

  1. joe says:

    nothing happening yet

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