There is a cover-up going on about Comet ELENIN.
The real question is why media didn't report about it? They covered stories about Apophis and other comets that were discovered. Could it be that it is going to be coming a little too close for comfort and they don't want people freaking out? Comet Elenin could hit earth. This is a possibility because of the very unstable predictions of the comet.
On NASA's ‘ASK AN ASTROBIOLOGIST' site, there is a pretty cranky message at the very top:
"Special Note: Ask an Astrobiologist has received more than 5000 questions about Nibiru and Doomsday 2012, with more than 400 answers posted. Please read a summary of the answers that have already been posted, view a video on these topics, use the search feature and read the FAQ's before submitting questions on these topics."
Five thousand questions is a lot of questions on the same topic. Clearly it is of great concern to the populace.
According to Wikipedia: "the idea that a planet sized object or asteroid could possibly collide with or pass by Earth in the near future is not supported by any scientific evidence and has been rejected as pseudoscience by astronomers and planetary scientists." However, a large comet was just discovered in late December 2010 by Leonid Elenin, an amateur Russian sky watcher, and Comet Elenin as it is now called will zoom between the sun and the earth by fall 2011. Why Wikipedia states so matter of factly that a planet sized object will never pass close to earth is a mystery, because obviously, the appearance of this comet, which was UNKNOWN to science before a few months ago, exists and is now classified as a PHO (potentially hazardous object.)
The unexpected appearance of this comet and its imminent near-passage to our planet has gotten a lot of people very nervous! Why are the Russians building 5000 extra bunkers all of a sudden? The U.S. is reportedly building bunkers so rapidly, and on such a large scale, that private contractors are unable to acquire materials to build bunkers for individual clients. In recent years we've also learned that the US government is one of, if not the largest buyer of survival foods like freeze dried foods and MRE's for emergency preparedness deployment. Why?
Back on Ask an Astrobiologist. A person recently questioned about Comet Elenin:
"Question: I've heard about the discovery of comet Elenin, which is scheduled to come close to earth around October-November 2011. Is it possible it will be an extinction level event? And how close to earth will it get? Can we expect it to cause any damage? AND I have read that Russian scientists are now predicting that asteroid Apophis will impact the earth April 13 2036 causing terrible damage. I understand that the Russians are planning a mission to stop the asteroid."
"ANSWER: Both Comet Elenin and Asteroid Apophis are real, but these concerns about collisions are without foundation. Unfortunately there are a few popular websites that are known for suggesting multiple catastrophes, including popularizing the 2012 hoax. Two that show up in any search for "Comet Elenin" are godlikeproductions and abovetopsecret, both of which predict either a very close pass by Earth or a collision. If instead you consult dependable websites like wikipedia and skyandtelescope you will find that Comet Elenin will come nowhere near the Earth. At its closest (on 10 September 2011) it will be more than 25 million km from our planet."
Astro-scientists measure celestial distances in our orbit by AU's, or astronomical units. Initially, Comet Elenin was predicted to pass earth 25 AU's away from earth. That distance was narrowed to 15 AUs, the 25 million km the astrobiologist mentioned. How far is 15 AUs in real people distances? 13 million miles. The sun is 92 million miles away. Seems that the guys at abovetopsecret and godlikeproductions were right when they said "very close pass by earth"! Elenin's debris trail could be rather large so for the people on earth on September when Elenin arrives, it could well be a very bad day. On the other hand, the miss distance could be comfortable and simply put on a good show for backyard astronomers.
The astrobiologist said that people should not depend on ‘conspiracy' sites for their information, but dependable sites like Wikipedia. Wikipedia? Really? Wikipedia not being liberally biased?
But relying on government sites for information, well...,do we really think NASA would alert the populace if a planet-sized asteroid was going to crash into earth in September/October? Of course not. The data is manipulated. Like so much other information, because when things go bad the government starts hiding information.
Love and Peace.
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