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Oh look,

A Foreign Object Is Heading Right for your house!

Quick!

What do you do?

";-)

Yes, it is going to miss us

Yes, that one missed us this time, but what about next time?



This isn't News?


So the first miracle, something that has never happened in all of mankind's educated presence on this planet, was only a couple of years ago.

You may have heard about the first documented interstellar event, albeit AFTER-THE-FACT of it happening.


It was discovered by a telescope in Hawaii as the first comet to come from outside our known galaxy. It then did a bee-line right back the way it came (way, way, way, far away back into outerspace outside of our known galaxy).


Well that was a couple of years ago, the thing that is heading our way now is a different story


planetary.org had this to say way back in September 2019:


I would like to tell you some news you've probably not heard yet (if you are reading this document November 30, 2019 and prior to December 5, 2019, this should probably be new news).

There is a twitter page concerning the only known charted interstellar comet, yet the conversation ended with a lot of silence and an animated gif of an actress turning the key on her mouth (mums the word).

Even stranger was the fact that NASA is either delayed in receiving the data from said-comet, or they dropped the ball in silence as to any discoveries while we cohabitated with the interstellar visitor.

Yet there's nothing I could find as in the maner of an update for the only other (second) interstellar visitor our modern-day existence has witnessed.

No news is good news?

The comet referred to as C/2019 Q4, although still being tracked on Live View, has been hushed (probably because of all the calamities happening right now in the world. It's hard to organize and prepare on a global-scale when we're busy warring over crumbs).


Projections appear to have been off as to the comets arrival because the initial projected December 5, 2019 arrival of the comet has been moved to January 2020. (pit-stop?)

Not to sound redundant but this will be the second "miracle" discovery in all of our documented astrological history this planet knows of. An interstellar comet visiting our solar system should be news. The sad thing is what if we missed taking notice of this foreign object altogether?


But this is my website and this is what I have to say:

Question: When something breaks and falls to the ground in pieces, are the greater numbers hitting the floor at the beginning, middle, or last portion of the wave of broken pieces?

The fragments did not hit the ground all at the same time, right?

And furthermore, some of the fragments may have been shoved off course in an unpredictable manner by coliding into eachother. Needless to say, the fragments can not be rationally predicted as to their ultimate resting location without a great deal of fore-warning.

Hmmm...okay that was a bad analogy,

go on to the next one please.

Question: After having propped an apple on top of a fence (preferably backing to endless woods), shoot it.

Make sure to have a camera pointed at the apple's profile-view to see where the parts scatter as the bullet passes through the apple, also notice at what point the first fragments passed a certain point. Play it in super-slow motion and notice the wave of different sized objects passing any point is not in unison.

Not to worry anybody but, Now imagine that your homeland just saw the first two fragments into its solar system.

I mean it's totally plausible seeing as how only two fragments in all of our history to come from deep-space into our solar system and why now? And good-God don't get me on that prophecy of "fire and brimstone" as mentioned in the Bible (now you can be afraid).

All I'm saying is, that two first-ever observances happening so close together is not likely to be celebratory (or worthy of censorship).


Live View Close up shows that the Q4 is ...somewhere.


As projected, the comet is a "safe" distance from earth.

"The distance of Comet C/2019 Q4 (Borisov) from Earth is currently 297,707,807 kilometers, equivalent to 1.990054 Astronomical Units. Light takes 16 minutes and 33.0464 seconds to travel from Comet C/2019 Q4 (Borisov) and arrive to us." -TheSkyLive

"This comet is moving much faster than a comet would if it was bound to our Sun—so its velocity is another strong clue that we’re dealing with something interstellar." -planetary.org

Comet Progress Report


You can read more about what's heading our way on Nasa's website here: https://www.jpl.nasa.gov/news/news.php?feature=7498


Information concerning this fast-approaching foreign body can also be read on Wikipedia's Website and is documented here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2I/Borisov


Anyway, the tail of this thing is so long but the mere fact that it's coming from an unknown and uncharted (by us) area outside our galaxy, has churned some concerns within my retarded brain. It's not something I read from any of the sites that are documenting this miracle, but...


My question is: What if it hits something?


What if it introduces a gas or particle that is not of this solar system thereby contaminating and destabilizing our galaxy?

This is why we have CUSTOMS (to keep foreign fruits and vegetables and animals from other countries into the U.S. because the foreign body could devastate our present eco-system).


What now? Throw more labor to toss more money to create another form of glactic agency?

This type of foreign destruction has actually happened throughout our history, however that's at the micro-level.


For instance, when the English people came to America, just by their presence, introduced a new virus that killed off a large portion of the native inhabitants (*or so I've been "taught").


But sticking with the point of this writ, interstellar destabilization is not the topic of this writ either.


I'm going to tell you of an even stranger anomaly right here on our own earth, in our own galaxy.


Now get this:


Imagine I build a telescope that is larger than my garage right in the backyard. What would happen in America? That's right, codes will attack me and if they don't the neighbors will. True story: I was threatened by the codes department to the tune of $100.00 per day monetary forfeiture to the polity and/or CRIMINAL PROCEEDINGS (If I didn't take down words on a 4sf sign that merely stated "computer repair" on my front lawn).


But let's consider further this mystery right in our back yard of what I do after I see something in space that nobody has ever seen, I send it off to the Russians to analyze the location with their telescopes.


What would happen to me?


In America, we know what would happen. I would be demonized as a traitor if I sent a discovery off to Russia. I would possibly be murdered or incarcerated, ostracized and maybe even tortured. My fellow citizens would label me as a terrorist or a commy.


Well, that's exactly what this Russian did in his backyard. He discovered something that is heading right for our Solar System. What he did next did not get him killed or osctacized, he submitted the location and sent it to America's Yale University.


This discovery that something large is heading for us and moving fast is something we should maybe want to know about, right?


Then again, what do we do, Duck?

But in America, we know that if the tables were turned, I'd be a dead man without a future.


Oh but wait, So Yale university trains their telescope on the object and oh my god (it becomes news to all the other astronomers and telescope stations around the earth).


Does America have better telescopes than Russia? I don't know. I do know however, that if I discovered something heading toward us that could kill all of us, I'd be not pursuing a poverty-stricken Nigeria's government to analyze the object unless Nigerians were the only ones that would listen to me.


So my point of this writ is, that I am aware of what happened in the "education" system of my generation only. The game (or curriculum) may be different for the younger or older generations.



But for my generation this is what pops right out of (*my?) head:

Russia=bad

U.S.=good

Russia=communist

U.S.=a Democracy

Russia=death and destruction

U.S.=a better system of life

Russia=siberian prisons

U.S.=land of the free when the alarm goes off duck under the classroom desk

Russia=missiles

U.S.=peacekeeping

Russia=threat to "our" way of life

U.S.=invention and humanitarian....


Meanwhile after the bait and switch "education" I received promptly after having fallen out of my mother's womb, we see our nation in 2019 as the number ONE incarcerator in the world of it's own people.

In fact, America incarcerates more of its own people than most countries COMBINED!


We also allocate more of our budget into weapons of mass destruction than MOST countries COMBINED.


Read Revelations 17 & 18 and understand that prediction.


So, will December 5th be that day when the whore runs off to the desert place"?


Who can know?

Even if scientists did know,
Who would want to publish it?

That's where I come in.

There's no way to stop something moving that fast, but we can bump it off course by throwing our plastics and nuclear wastes at it (just an idea off-the-top-of-my-head).


On a cheery note: 5 more days and maybe this outrageous plunder won't even matter.



Well, I have to go roll up another one of those safe cigarettes that my generation was sold on.




Here's another source, live view of the comet

No worries though, they say it's going to miss us.

Yes, it's going to miss us

'Rock' and Roll!

Have a happy day!



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