It’s not the end of the world. 1999 FN53

According to and article that speaks about a gigantic asteroid that is  fastly crashing to earth.Asteroid 1999 FN53. I wanted to tell folks to relax there is not going to be any serious injurries and their is nothing much to panic about. Infact I believed this to come close to earth, but will not enter our atmosphere at all.

The 1999 FN53  is more than TEN TIMES bigger than other meteorites currently visible on NASA’s Near Earth Object radar. This asteroid is also double the size of the prior asteroid the 2014-YB35

due to hit earth in 24 hours?

due to hit earth in 24 hours?

This is what gets me the most, so this is why I wrote this blog. With people already  in states of panic and stress over simpler things such as being hungry, jobless, not having shelter, clothing essential items  to even survive, with earth quakes killing thousands, then we have folks telling the world it’s the end of the world in 24 hours. Shame on them.

Their is no doubt that some day their will be asteroids that may hit and burst our earths atmospheres, but aren’t we already prepared for this with our satellites and their  weapon capabilities. We already track these satellites in space.

Inside the article it goes on to say”

xperts 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-meter lump of extraterrestrial rock crash into Siberia.

June 30, 1908 In a remote part of Russia, a fireball was seen streaking across the daytime sky. Within moments, something exploded in the atmosphere above Siberia’s Podkamennaya Tunguska River in what is now Krasnoyarsk Krai, Russia.

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This event – now widely known as theTunguska event – is believed to have been caused by an incoming meteor or comet, which never actually struck Earth but instead exploded in the atmosphere, causing what is known as an air burst, three to six miles (5–10 kilometers) above Earth’s surface.

The explosion released enough energy to kill reindeer and flatten trees for many kilometers around the blast site. But no crater was ever found.

At the time, it was difficult to reach this remote part of Siberia. It wasn’t until 1927 that Leonid Kulik led the first Soviet research expedition to investigate the Tunguska event. He made a initial trip to the region, interviewed local witnesses and explored the region where the trees had been felled. He became convinced that they were all turned with their roots to the center. He did not find any meteorite fragments, and he did not find a meteorite crater.

Over the years, scientists and others concocted fabulous explanations for the Tunguska explosion. Some were pretty wild – such as the encounter of Earth with an alien spacecraft, or a mini-black-hole, or a particle of antimatter.

The truth is much more ordinary. In all likelihood, a small icy comet or stony asteroid collided with Earth’s atmosphere on June 30, 1908. If it were an asteroid, it might have been about a third as big as a football field – moving at about 15 kilometers (10 miles) per second.

Because the explosion took place so long ago, we might never know for certain whether it was an asteroid or comet. But in recent decades astronomers have come to take the possibility of comet and asteroid impacts more seriously. They now have regular observing programs to watch for Near-Earth Objects, as they’re called. They also meet regularly to discuss what might happen if we did find an object on a collision course with Earth.

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.

One very good source to track any sort of object, is through this Nasa certified agency

http://neo.jpl.nasa.gov/index.html

Current impact Risks.

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Disclaimer: The following information has been provided to us and the article is based on the said information, we obtained. All allegations made are alleged, and the Paranormal Herald  and or Beyond The Edge Of Reality can not be held accountable for other parties information.

Evan Jensen

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