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Ron Patton | September 16, 2019
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In the span of human history, we have seen on many occasions events that have changed the way mankind conducts its affairs. However, we have never lived in those times. Most of us have only read about them and romanticized the events as prophetic, epic, and miraculous to name a few overused adjectives.

History at times can be ruthless about events deemed tragic and during times of victory, can be overzealous about the events. This is all about projected beliefs and faith that these events occurred somewhere out of the blue, beyond the norm and therefore need to be mentioned and chronicled as life-changing.

We tend to think in terms of cause and effect or A causes B.

We are now in the Twilight Zone where “B” causes “A” and it is useless to overthink or dismiss an open conspiracy about the moves towards following a blueprint for the apocalypse.

We are being told that our days have been numbered. We either hear it from the New Age thinkers who see doomsday in ancient calendars or we are told by politicians and scientists that our days on earth will be cut short because of Earth changes and dire predictions of environmental disaster due to the abuses we have allegedly committed against nature.

In the so-called science fiction apocalypse, movies and books often show us what comes after nature‘s various tests and trials. It is a form of predictive programming that wishes to paint a picture of how a few survive among the dead and the sick.

Whether it’s a pandemic, nuclear or environmental disaster, apocalypse, and destruction, it fascinates all of us. If science fiction is, as a literature of ideas that may transpire in the future, then apocalyptic science fiction is the literature of how ideas go wrong — an exploration of all of our bad possible futures, and what might happen after.

Natural and human disasters, global acts of political, economic, religious and military terrorism, domestic violence, and the rumors of war are not only triggering post-traumatic stress, but it is producing some parapsychological effects on the populace – virtually no research has been done in parapsychology on the effects of traumatic experiences on peoples’ lives and how it affects perceptions of religious faith, precognitive dreams of an apocalyptic future, mental manifestations and geological effects on the planet.

There have been many people who have expressed concerns about the Earth and whether or not it can sustain us in the near future.

There are also concerns about magnetic shifts and how there are external contributing factors that may be effecting that magnetic field on the planet.

Scientists and journalists make the simplest of scientific concepts sound incredibly complicated. They have also set agendas that approximate the arguments for climate change and hope that you forget that it was once called global warming. The media is also banking on the ignorance of the populace when they try and blame earthquakes and volcanic activity on climate.

Simple differences between climate, weather, geophysical studies and seismology have been blurred in a way that there should be a new scientific nomenclature where we can lump it all together.

In its 4.5 billion–year history, life on Earth has been almost erased at least half a dozen times: shattered by asteroid impacts, entombed in ice, smothered by methane, and torn apart by unfathomably powerful megavolcanoes.

Every day we take most disasters in stride because they are expected on a planet that is never quiet.

When it comes to natural disasters, we have a million and a half of them every year, when it comes to earthquakes we have about three every minute. We see magnitude 5 quakes every six hours, a major quake every 3 weeks. They usually happen right on schedule and the reality is that while we see small earthquakes happen all the time, the event of high magnitude quakes in populated areas are on the increase and their intensity have also increased.

Once again, headlines, news stories, videos, and even movies stir up those dispensational fears of an extinction-level event that will signal the end of our civilization.

Nothing’s older than a fear of the apocalypse.

What the apocalypse entails are a number of killing mechanisms that await us – some of them are of our own design while others are natural and many of them are lurking out there somewhere in space.

There has been this mystery that has fascinated and tormented astronomers and mathematicians for centuries and that is whether or not the orbits of planets and other bodies stable and predictable or are there elements affecting the dynamics of the solar system that defy calculation.

It is one of the most perplexing, unsolved issues in astronomy, with each step toward its resolution-from Newton’s clocklike mathematical models to the astonishing work of supercomputers.

Every day we are learning that our advanced space innovations are now exposing additional uncertainties and deeper questions about the stability of the solar system.

Since the first week of September, NASA had neglected to tell you that we have had some very scary moments with regard to Near-Earth Object detection as space rocks and even a new interstellar object have arrived to remind us that crunching the numbers doesn’t always work when dealing with a space rock that comes from out of nowhere.

We have had several near-misses – asteroids passing close by with little warning from Earth sensors. Recently, there have been many science magazines and papers there have been stories reminding us that asteroid and comet impacts have changed the course of life on Earth.

However, the political wave has more concern with Climate Change than they do with the importance of improving space defense and there will no reason to think about climate after we are hit.

It’s criminal and stupid to comprehend the time and energy being wasted on the political agenda of Global Warming when so much really needs doing

On September 6th it was reported that an asteroid the size of a Cadillac exploded over the Caribbean. NASA was unable to take measures to warn of the asteroids impact.

The space agency admitted in a statement that the rock, measuring about 5 meters in size and designated 2019 MO, was first spotted when it was about 500,000 kilometers from Earth, just before it hit the atmosphere.

The fireball breached the atmosphere over the Caribbean in the evening of 22 June and burned up there, generating energy equivalent to roughly 3 to 5 thousand tons of TNT, according to astronomers.

NASA then analyzed the explosion and traced it back to 2019 MO.

Last July and in July, a mammoth space rock dubbed 2019 OK buzzed by at an “uncomfortably close” proximity, with scientists saying a collision with Earth would be tantamount to the explosion of a “very large nuclear weapon.”

The Apollo program burned billions of dollars but did little for America. Since then, the manned space program has done even less. The reason is simple: we lacked a good reason to put people in space.

The question is whether or not an asteroid or comet will eventually provide the motivation, either to prevent another impact or mitigate its effects. We have the technology and money to begin preparations.

As a first step, in 2016 NASA created the Planetary Defense Coordination Office. Its staff supervises NASA’s programs to detect and track potentially hazardous objects, issues notices of close passes and warnings of any detected potential impacts, and coordinates the US government’s efforts to prepare for impact threats. Other nations have similar programs. NASA is a member of the International Asteroid Warning Network.

Estimates of the frequency of space-rock strikes are just estimates, and may not tell us anything about when the next impact will occur – it could be an eon, it could be tomorrow.

Severe weather, floods, earthquakes, volcanoes, and tsunamis are sure to happen more frequently, but humanity can survive and adapt to these events; we might not survive an impact from space. Nothing can be done to prevent earthquakes, volcanoes, and tsunamis, and don’t be fooled; the pitch for a green deal is not going to stop severe weather.

We can avoid space strikes but there needs to be a political interest in space and the dangers that lay ahead of us in the future.

But space strikes appear to be entirely avoidable, and not necessarily with “massive repositioning of government funding.” A fraction of the money proposed for green deals and geoengineering programs can be put to better use, like space defense.

The reason this is vital to our survival is that the solar system is not in equilibrium.

Astronomers have known about the perturbations in the orbits of Uranus and Neptune for two centuries now, but have yet to come up with a specific cause or explanation, at least officially. The first of these anomalies was observed soon after the discovery of Uranus in 1781, which many thought the later discovery of Neptune in 1846 would be able to explain, but it was not to be. In fact, Neptune was found to have orbital irregularities of its own.

Space stability has and even recently has interrupted by events that should have us paying attention.

In 2017, astronomers and the world were surprised to learn that an interstellar object named Oumuamua passed by Earth on its way to the outer solar system. After multiple surveys were conducted, scientists were left scratching their heads as to what this object was – the speculation ranged from it being a comet or an asteroid to comet fragment or even an extraterrestrial solar sail.

But one of the greatest takeaways from that event was the discovery that such objects pass through our Solar System on a regular basis and some stay. And as it turns out, astronomers with NASA, the European Space Agency, and the International Scientific Optical Network (ISON) announced the detection of what could be a second interstellar object.

The new object has been designated C/2019 Q4 Borisov in honor of Gennady Borisov, an astronomer with the Crimean Astrophysical Observatory who first detected the object on August 30th. NASA’s Scout system, which monitors newly-discovered asteroids and comets as part of the Center for Near-Earth Object Studies (CNEOS), indicated that it had an unusual orbit shortly thereafter. An unusual orbit that is again creating a buzz about the possibility that it is again some sort of alien anomaly.

The European Space Agency is now analyzing all available data and planning more observations in order to get a better idea of the object’s path and its origin. But based on its eccentricity, it seems likely this object could be an interstellar visitor with a lot of interesting mystery surrounding it.

Assuming C/2019 Q4 is a comet, it will begin to outgas once it reaches the closest point in its path around our Sun. This will be caused by temperature increases on its surface. Like Oumuamua, this object has no tail.

Nevertheless, it managed to accelerate on its way out of the Solar System.

This is what led some scientists to consider that Oumuamua might actually be an artificial object, or at the very least, a celestial object that human being had never before encountered.

What is most disconcerting is that last Friday the 13th, the asteroid 2004 MN4 or Apophis 99942 flew past the Earth.

The asteroid has been classified as a Near-Earth Object by NASA’s Centre for Near-Earth Object Studies (CNEOS). This is the same asteroid that Neil DeGrasse Tyson had talked about a few weeks ago that on impact, would’ve caused a tsunami. It also qualifies in the Potentially Hazardous category as it is bigger than 460 feet.

The asteroids that are big enough to cause destruction if they were to hit anything are considered ‘Potentially Hazardous’. The asteroid currently is on an evasive path and being tracked at this moment.

But why is it being tracked? Because Apophis has been determined to make a direct hit on earth in the next 10 years.

The Apophis 99942 was first detected on 15th May 2004 and it takes 3946 days (10.8 years) to complete an orbit around the Sun. It has a diameter of 370m and has been touted with the name, Apophis – The Egyptian God of Destruction because of the probable destruction it will cause if it were to hit Earth. The asteroid is expected to return in Earth’s vicinity on 13th April 2029.

Every 10 years this huge object has a risk of hitting us.

The asteroid has been classified as an Aten asteroid by NASA as it is a Near-Earth Asteroid that mostly resides within Earth’s orbit around the Sun. But during its 2029 fly-by, it will be classified as an Apollo asteroid due to its passage being less than 40,000 km from Earth.

The one that exploded over the Caribbean made a surprising encounter with earth after it was spotted 500,000 kilometers out – just for your information.

Apophis will come so close you may be able to see it with the naked eye — even at that distance, scientists say that it will be too close for comfort.

Although scientists are saying that Apophis won’t hit Earth in 2029, they can’t yet rule out possible collisions with other space objects that could send a number of rocks in our direction.

NASA’s response has simply been keeping their fingers crossed, hoping that nothing gets through. It seems that the mathletes that run NASA can show us that they can use high math to ensure the public that by their calculations that asteroids like Apophis can pass buy without even thinking about the small window of opportunity where other collisions would give us a terrifying sky fall.

There is also the reality of “sweeper effect” and I theorize that what happened in Russia was the result of the sweeper effects of 2012 D-14.

Sweeper effects have been known to push space debris into the Earth’s atmosphere. There can be 300 to 400-pound pieces of space junk and rock that if they move fast enough can create several high-level dangers forcing areas to go on alert. While there has not been a kiloton level event reported with space junk, the Russian skyfall of February 14th, 2013 could have been a sweeper event that created an explosion equivalent to a 300-500 kiloton nuclear bomb.

Now is the time to prepare yourself for cosmic responsibility. The religious are saying that these signs are trying to tell us something. Scientists keep making excuses and literally giving us facts and figures to consider as people clean up and rebuilt from the sky fall.

Extreme space weather has a global footprint and the potential to damage critical infrastructure on the ground and in space.

The impact of severe space weather can cross national borders, which means that a crisis in one country can affect the infrastructure in the neighboring countries. This raises concerns due to the increasing reliance of society on the services that these infrastructures provide.

So far there has been no concern expressed by the political parties about this issue which again shows how disingenuous they are in trying to right the immediate wrongs happening in the world.

If you recall the Moon landing wasn’t much of a priority until John F. Kennedy said that it should be an American goal.

In 1963, just two years after asking Congress to help “put a man on the moon by the end of the decade,” Kennedy, in a speech before the United Nations, tempted domestic criticism by asking America’s then Cold War archenemy Russia to come along for the ride.

Kennedy saw outer space as a world concern.

Today, we have misguided priorities as politicians refuse to go to bat for space exploration and space defense.

Political disagreements aside, the Trump administration’s push to create a separate branch of the military for space is being challenged on grounds that an expensive bureaucracy could undermine the central goal of boosting military capabilities to defend satellites and the nation’s access to space.

The Left believes we are in an internal battle for resources and much of the resources they seek is for the reduction of carbon to somehow miraculously end climate change within 12 years.

You can make your choice: either try and reverse Mother Nature or allow the God of Chaos to pummel us into extinction in 10 years.

I think we can see the priority in the numbers alone.

Written by Ron Patton

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