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NASA ALERT - Asteroid 2003 XJ7 to HIT EARTH on 12/10/2021



 
 
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Old February 27th 04, 07:18 PM
hermesnines
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Default NASA ALERT - Asteroid 2003 XJ7 to HIT EARTH on 12/10/2021

Less than two months ago Asteroid 2003 XJ7 was discovered by NASA, it
is the ONLY NEO (Near Earth Orbit) that Nasa says will hit earth

http://neo.jpl.nasa.gov/cgi-bin/neo_ca?sort=dmin

The IMPACT DATE is 12/10/2021

TWO YEARS AGO the infamous Seer Sollog warned publicly that an IMPACT
of an Asteroid would occur slightly AFTER 2020

2003 XJ7 discovered by Nasa VALIDATES that Sollog warning about
asteroids and the 2020's

Here is the Sollog warning

http://groups.google.com/groups?hl=e...g.goog le.com

X

Sollog's site is http://www.sollog.com
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Old February 27th 04, 11:04 PM
Anders Eklöf
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Default NASA ALERT - Asteroid 2003 XJ7 to HIT EARTH on 12/10/2021

hermesnines wrote:

Less than two months ago Asteroid 2003 XJ7 was discovered by NASA, it
is the ONLY NEO (Near Earth Orbit) that Nasa says will hit earth

http://neo.jpl.nasa.gov/cgi-bin/neo_ca?sort=dmin


I suggest you read the footer on that page: It's the only NEO with a
*minimum possible* distance less than Earth's radius. That is, a hit is
not yet ruled out. However, the most likely ('nominal') miss distance is
30 times the distance of the moon. Since the orbit is based on only 35
observations, chances are that it will be rrued out pretty soon.
We've seen this happen a number of times by now ...

If you switch to the impact risk page, 2003 XJ7 is not even in the list.
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Old February 28th 04, 02:47 AM
John Griffin
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Default NASA ALERT - Asteroid 2003 XJ7 to HIT EARTH on 12/10/2021

(Anders Eklöf) wrote:

hermesnines wrote:

Less than two months ago Asteroid 2003 XJ7 was discovered
by NASA, it is the ONLY NEO (Near Earth Orbit) that Nasa
says will hit earth

http://neo.jpl.nasa.gov/cgi-bin/neo_ca?sort=dmin

I suggest you read the footer on that page: It's the only
NEO with a *minimum possible* distance less than Earth's
radius. That is, a hit is not yet ruled out. However, the
most likely ('nominal') miss distance is 30 times the
distance of the moon. Since the orbit is based on only 35
observations, chances are that it will be rrued out pretty
soon. We've seen this happen a number of times by now ...

If you switch to the impact risk page, 2003 XJ7 is not even
in the list.


"Sollog" (nonprophet organism John Ennis) is not equipped to
understand all that stuff. If he did, he'd lie about it.




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Old February 28th 04, 04:22 AM
Tom McDonald
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Default NASA ALERT - Asteroid 2003 XJ7 to HIT EARTH on 12/10/2021

John Griffin wrote:

(Anders Eklöf) wrote:


hermesnines wrote:


Less than two months ago Asteroid 2003 XJ7 was discovered
by NASA, it is the ONLY NEO (Near Earth Orbit) that Nasa
says will hit earth

http://neo.jpl.nasa.gov/cgi-bin/neo_ca?sort=dmin

I suggest you read the footer on that page: It's the only
NEO with a *minimum possible* distance less than Earth's
radius. That is, a hit is not yet ruled out. However, the
most likely ('nominal') miss distance is 30 times the
distance of the moon. Since the orbit is based on only 35
observations, chances are that it will be rrued out pretty
soon. We've seen this happen a number of times by now ...

If you switch to the impact risk page, 2003 XJ7 is not even
in the list.



"Sollog" (nonprophet organism John Ennis) is not equipped to
understand all that stuff. If he did, he'd lie about it.


Sadhog is still alive? How the **** long does it take for the
greasy decay to reach his fingers and brain-analog? Mayb this
summer the heat in his half double-wide will finally reduce him
to the pink puddle of tallow that he is so near to accomplishing.

Tom McDonald

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Old February 29th 04, 09:51 PM
Prai Jei
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Default Sorry when? NASA ALERT - Asteroid 2003 XJ7 to HIT EARTH on 12/10/2021

hermesnines (or somebody else of the same name) wrote in message
thusly:

The IMPACT DATE is 12/10/2021


Please bear in mind that such dates will be misinterpreted if the writer and
reader are on opposite sides of the Pond. Is that 12th October or December
10th?
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I put it down there, and when I went back to it, there it was GONE!

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Old February 29th 04, 10:50 PM
Wally Anglesea™
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Default Sorry when? NASA ALERT - Asteroid 2003 XJ7 to HIT EARTH on 12/10/2021

On Sun, 29 Feb 2004 21:51:42 +0000, Prai Jei
wrote:

hermesnines (or somebody else of the same name) wrote in message
m thusly:

The IMPACT DATE is 12/10/2021


Please bear in mind that such dates will be misinterpreted if the writer and
reader are on opposite sides of the Pond. Is that 12th October or December
10th?



J Pennis will use any date he wants, even if there was a bridge
collapse in August 2021, at 12.00 noon, somewhere in the world, he'd
manipulate the numbers. J Pennis has never successfully predicted
anything. He's a moron, and a pornographer.

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