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Post by Winjet on Tue Jan 29, 2008 9:17 pm


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It is our nature to be concerned for our own personal safety. We think
about threats to our own person and that of people closest to our own
ideas of ourselves (family, neighbors, etc).

If
TU24 did not have an "expiration date" we probably would not give it
much thought. It wouldn't be as concrete an idea because it would be a
more difficult concept to grasp.

Thus, I get a lot of questions and posts like, "When exactly are we going to die?" and "Will I be safe in X place on the 29th?"

I present a new question for those who are focusing on a date:

What does it all mean?

I've
learned quite a bit over the past couple of weeks and have been privy
to some very interesting information simply because my website is the
focal point of this whole thing.

So I'd like to share with you my thoughts about what will happen after January 28 and why TU24 is a concern at all.

TU24
is significant because it heralds in a new age in humanity. One in
which threats from space become more significant (and threats from
each-other become less so because of it, I hope).

Let's take a look at the following few recently discovered asteroids which have closely approached our planet:

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The asteroid MD5 (bound for Mars; ETA January 30th) had a close call with Earth a couple of months ago (check orbital path). WD5 came closest to Earth around November 4, 2007, but wasn't discovered by scientists until two weeks later.

Then there was 2007 YP56 (orbit) coming halfway between our Earth and Moon (.5 lunar distance) on December 27th, 2007.

2008 AF3 was discovered a few weeks ago, on January 10 [orbit] and was as close as our moon.

2008 BW2 was also as close as our moon on January 16 [orbit] although it was relatively small.

So,
within a 2-month timespan we've have 5 asteroids that will have been
dangerously close to the Earth. No wonder NASA wanted to keep mum with
TU24 and say there's no danger.

TU24 is possibly just a fragment
of a much larger object (which is why I postulated that both WD5 and
TU24 had the same negative charge). But, perhaps more dangerously so, these asteroids could be coming from the same place.

Which begs the question... why are they coming?. Why are potentially-threatening asteroids increasing with greater frequency? And what will we do about it?

Yes,
I do believe that TU24 will affect Earth's magnetosphere enough to be a
concern. However, I believe that asteroid WD5 will have more of an
affect on Mars the day after. (Funny.. no one mentions this when they
mention TU24.org, even though it's been on the main page for 2 weeks.)

The
bigger issue, however, is the increasing asteroid threat in general. I
hope the nature and history of this website can serve as a strong
impetus for an ongoing, global discussion regarding these threats.

If
my predictions regarding WD5 and/or TU24 do, indeed, come to pass then
I will reveal the method by which I have discovered this information
(using a theory that I developed). And then we can finally put all of
these old notions of what science is supposed to be and focus on how we
can best serve humanity's interests.

Why is TU24 such a strange
event? Why do people inherently feel that something will happen soon?
Why are pets and other animals acting strange now? Why can't NASA keep
up their website
for the past week? What's up with the satellite falling? How about the
strange UFO reports? And the increasing number of meteorites that have
fallen to the Earth in the past month? Why was there no news at all of the largest and closest potentially hazardous asteroid before TU24.org made a fuss just over 2 weeks ago?

OMG!
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Post by house88kend on Tue Jan 29, 2008 9:29 pm

Wow....that is very dangerous....gosh....lets just hope that we do not collide with these asteroids .....like what the dinosaurs did......haiz...really scared ..its today...omg...
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Post by house88kend on Tue Jan 29, 2008 10:39 pm

Today?!!!!! What???!!!! No way....pray to GOD.... What the
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Post by meilee9024 on Tue Jan 29, 2008 10:47 pm

so scary.....

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