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Press release from B612 Foundation
UPDATE: B612 Impact Video 4-20-14 H264 from D Josh Rosen on Vimeo.
The Tusk works mightily to avoid speculating about future cosmic impacts at the expense of reporting evidence for such events in the human past, but recent news intervenes once more. [...]
Slow feed but great vids
Plugged!: Younger Dryas Impact Event
Feb Fireball Season
Cuba and video
Iowa 1875 and here
NASA Urges Vigilance for Weird Fireballs
NASA 2012 Press Release “The Fireballs of February”
Year of the Snake?
As readers know, the [...]
LIVE UPDATE: See here to watch tonight for the potential scar of the impact.
The Tusk focuses laser-like on impacts experienced by ancient humans. But when called for, I share items from current events that prove our thesis that the rate of cosmic collisions is far greater than generally acknowledged by science (and NASA).
Senator Bill Nelson (D-Florida) Sec.201 (b) UNITED STATES HUMAN SPACE FLIGHT CAPABILITIES.—Congress reaffirms the policy stated in section 501(a) of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration Authorization Act of 2005 (42 U.S.C. 16761(a)), that the United States shall maintain an uninterrupted capability for human space flight and operations in low-Earth orbit, and beyond, as [...]
Unpredicted Impacts on Jupiter
Video of the event
In my day work I am no stranger to government bureaucracies and “programs” manipulating information about their activities until it suits them to do otherwise. The WISE mission is no different.
In March of this year David Shiga wrote an obviously informed article revealing early results of the WISE mission (below). [...]
The frequency of impacts of objects of various sizes is known only to limited precisions. In particular, objects up to several meters in diameter explode in the atmosphere without reaching the surface. Although the energy released in these explosions may be many times greater than that released by the Hiroshima bomb, [...]
Days since NASA’s David Morrison and his “colleagues who do dynamics” have failed to answer Bill Napier’s simple query:
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