• C8,3

    Ce n'est pas grand chose mais nous n'avons que cela à nous mettre sous la dent....

     

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    Aucun danger pour nous....

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    neo
    Vendredi 30 Août 2013 à 20:16
    Bsr , petit passage en coup de vent pour signaler une montée des magnitudes depuis ce matin le long de la ceinture de feu avec des M 6 et 7 en divers lieux, tels que les iles aléoutiennes et la papouasie nouvelle guinée... et sinon , si vous vous ennuyez ce soir , voici 42' de pur bonheur afin de mieux comprendre Gaïa notre vaisseau mère : http://youtu.be/ZCgX8qsZb64 je suis convaincu que toutes et tous ici , vous apprécierez ce doc. à sa juste valeur ... et comme disait YAB, tout est vivant , tout est lié ... bon w.e. à toutes et tous ! (-,
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    Wil
    Vendredi 30 Août 2013 à 20:47
    Hello Ferlin, Voila ce soir Mister Obama a tranché il va intervenir en Syrie avec notre Lèche Cul national. Bravo! Vive la France surtout MERCI aux FRANCAIS IMBECILES! A+ Wil
      • Ferlin1 Profil de Ferlin1
        Lundi 2 Septembre 2013 à 09:39
        Visiblement, ce n'est pas encore l'heure, mais cela viendra, car c'est écrit....
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    neo
    Samedi 31 Août 2013 à 10:54
    Hello, M 6.1 ce matin sur les Iles Aléoutiennes... et ceci Space Weather News for August 30, 2013 http://spaceweather.com MAJOR FIREBALL EVENT: Two nights ago, a ~100 lb meteoroid traveling 53,000 mph hit the atmosphere over the southeastern USA and exploded, producing sonic booms and a fireball as bright as a full Moon. Researchers are now scouring the countryside for fragments that could reveal the nature and origin of the meteoroid. A movie, more information, and updates are available on http://spaceweather.com. WEEKEND AURORA WATCH: A solar wind stream is expected to hit Earth's magnetic field on August 30-31. The impact could produce minor geomagnetic storms and auroras at high latitudes. Geomagnetic storm alerts are available from http://spaceweathertext.com (text) and http://spaceweatherphone.com (voice).
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    neo
    Samedi 31 Août 2013 à 11:07
    http://www.space.com/22529-perseid-meteor-fireball-english-fireball-photo.html?cmpid=532482 Brilliant Meteor Streaks Over English Castle (Photo) by Nina Sen, SPACE.com Contributor | August 30, 2013 09:00am ET 38 17 9 Share 1 Perseid Meteor Over Edlington Castle England [Pin It] Stargazer Thomas Heaton sent SPACE.com this photo of a Perseid meteor soaring over Edlington castle in Northumberland, England on Aug. 12, 2013. Credit: Thomas Heaton View full size image A brilliant Perseid meteor shoots across the night sky over Edlington castle in Northumberland, England in this spectacular night sky photo. Stargazer Thomas Heaton sent this stunning image to SPACE.com on Aug. 12 during the peak of the annual Perseid meteor shower. Celestron NexStar 130SLT Computerized Telescope #1 rated Beginner Telescope. Celestron NexStar 130SLT Computerized Telescope. Buy Here Credit: Space.com Store View full size image Each year in mid-August the Earth passes through a trail of dust left over from the Comet Swift-Tuttle. Fragments of ice and dust hit Earth’s atmosphere and burn up, creating one of the most dazzling annual meteor showers. To see more amazing night sky photos submitted by SPACE.com readers, visit our astrophotography archive. Editor's note: If you have an amazing night sky photo you'd like to share for a possible story or image gallery, please contact managing editor Tariq Malik at spacephotos@space.com. Follow SPACE.com on Twitter @Spacedotcom. We're also on Facebook & Google+. EDITOR'S RECOMMENDATIONS Photos: Stunning Night Sky Stargazing Images of August 2013 Best Beginner Astrophotography Telescopes How to Enjoy Your New Telescope: Advice for Beginner Skywatchers YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE Commercial Spaceflight Conference Launches in California Thursday Commercial Spaceflight Conference Launches in California Thursday Our 10 Favorite Sci-Fi Space Stations of All Time Our 10 Favorite Sci-Fi Space Stations of All Time Stunning New Photo of Andromeda Galaxy Taken by New High-Res Instrument Stunning New Photo of Andromeda Galaxy Taken by New High-Res Instrument Space Cloud Ripped Apart by Milky Way's Giant Black Hole Space Cloud Ripped Apart by Milky Way's Giant Black Hole Commercial Spaceflight Conference Launches in California Thursday Our 10 Favorite Sci-Fi Space Stations of All Time Stunning New Photo of Andromeda Galaxy Taken by New High-Res Instrument Space Cloud Ripped Apart by Milky Way's Giant Black Hole
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    neo
    Samedi 31 Août 2013 à 11:07
    http://www.space.com/22577-earth-life-from-mars-theory.html?cmpid=532482 Earth Life Likely Came from Mars, Study Suggests By Mike Wall, Senior Writer | August 28, 2013 06:05pm ET 38.7K 652 136 Share 63 Mars Hubble Photo [Pin It] NASA's Hubble Space Telescope snapped this shot of Mars on Aug. 26, 2003, when the Red Planet was 34.7 million miles from Earth. The picture was taken just 11 hours before Mars made its closest approach to us in 60,000 years. Credit: NASA/ESA View full size image We may all be Martians. Evidence is building that Earth life originated on Mars and was brought to this planet aboard a meteorite, said biochemist Steven Benner of The Westheimer Institute for Science and Technology in Florida. An oxidized form of the element molybdenum, which may have been crucial to the origin of life, was likely available on the Red Planet's surface long ago, but unavailable on Earth, said Benner, who presented his findings today (Aug. 28; Aug. 29 local time) at the annual Goldschmidt geochemistry conference in Florence, Italy. [The Search for Life on Mars (Photo Timeline)] "It’s only when molybdenum becomes highly oxidized that it is able to influence how early life formed," Benner said in a statement. "This form of molybdenum couldn’t have been available on Earth at the time life first began, because 3 billion years ago, the surface of the Earth had very little oxygen, but Mars did. It’s yet another piece of evidence which makes it more likely life came to Earth on a Martian meteorite, rather than starting on this planet." Organic compounds are the building blocks of life, but they need a little help to make things happen. Simply adding energy such as heat or light turns a soup of organic molecules into a tarlike substance, Benner said. That's where oxidized molybdenum comes in. Inserting it or boron, another element, into the mix would help organics make the leap to life, Benner added. "Analysis of a Martian meteorite recently showed that there was boron on Mars; we now believe that the oxidized form of molybdenum was there, too," he said. Another point in Mars' favor is the likelihood that the early Earth was completely covered by water while the ancient Red Planet had substantial dry areas, Benner said. All of this liquid would have made it difficult for boron, which is currently found only in extremely dry places, to form in high enough concentrations on Earth when life was first evolving. Further, Benner added, water is corrosive to RNA, which most researchers think was the first genetic molecule (rather than DNA, which came later). Mars Myths & Misconceptions: Quiz No planet is more steeped in myth and misconception than Mars. This quiz will reveal how much you really know about some of the goofiest claims about the red planet. Start the Quiz The original 'Face on Mars' image taken by NASA's Viking 1 orbiter, in grey scale, on July, 25 1976. Image shows a remnant massif located in the Cydonia region. 0 of 10 questions complete No indigenous Red Planet organisms have ever been discovered. But it is possible that life on Mars — if it ever existed — may have made its way to Earth at some point, many scientists say. Some microbes are incredibly hardy, after all, and may be able to survive an interplanetary journey after being blasted off their home world by an asteroid impact. And orbital dynamics show that it's much easier for rocks to travel from Mars to Earth than the other way around. Wherever Earth life originated, Benner is glad it put down roots on our blue planet. "It’s lucky that we ended up here nevertheless, as certainly Earth has been the better of the two planets for sustaining life," Benner said. "If our hypothetical Martian ancestors had remained on Mars, there might not have been a story to tell." Follow Mike Wall on Twitter @michaeldwall and Google+. Follow us @Spacedotcom, Facebook or Google+. Originally published on SPACE.com. EDITOR'S RECOMMENDATIONS 7 Theories on the Origin of Life Mars Could Have Supported Life, NASA Finds | Video 5 Bold Claims of Alien Life YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE Hypnotic Space Spiral Imaged by Hubble Telescope Hypnotic Space Spiral Imaged by Hubble Telescope Futuristic British Space Plane Engine to Get Flight Test in 2020 Futuristic British Space Plane Engine to Get Flight Test in 2020 Rare Photo: Auroras on Uranus Spotted by Hubble Telescope Rare Photo: Auroras on Uranus Spotted by Hubble Telescope Space History Photo: Lunar Landing Research Vehicle in Flight Space History Photo: Lunar Landing Research Vehicle in Flight Hypnotic Space Spiral Imaged by Hubble Telescope Futuristic British Space Plane Engine to Get Flight Test in 2020 Rare Photo: Auroras on Uranus Spotted by Hubble Telescope Space History Photo: Lunar Landing Research Vehicle in Flight AUTHOR BIO Mike Wall Michael was a science writer for the Idaho National Laboratory and has been an intern at Wired.com, The Salinas Californian newspaper, and the SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory. He has also worked as a herpetologist and wildlife biologist. He has a Ph.D. in evolutionary biology from the University of Sydney, Australia, a bachelor's degree from the University of Arizona, and a graduate certificate in science writing from the University of California, Santa Cruz. To find out what his latest project is, you can follow Mike on Google+. Mike Wall on Contact @michaeldwall on Twitter Contact Mike Wall by EMail
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    neo
    Samedi 31 Août 2013 à 11:08
    http://www.space.com/34-image-day.html?cmpid=532482 Image of the Day by Tom Chao, SPACE.com Producer | January 27, 2012 12:00am ET 939 181 133 Share 58 More Albums K10 rover at dawn in the Ames Research Center’s specially built "Roverscape" Photos: Astronaut In Orbit Drives Robots on Earth The Owl and the Aurora Best Space Pictures of the Week - Oct. 13, 2012 It’s a good day for spacewalking. Halfway through the ISS airlock, Discovery shuttle astronaut Al Drew looks at the panorama for a second. This photo was taken by Italian astronaut Paolo Nespoli on the International Space Station on Feb. 28, 2011 during Image of the Day: March 2011 Mars Rover Landing Video Game Screenshot Mars Rover Landing: NASA's 1st Xbox Game Unveiled (Images) Jupiter, Venus, the Moon Seen with a Fisheye Lens Photos: Amazing Views of Venus, Jupiter & Moon - Feb. 2012 Astronaut Nyberg With Floating Hair Best Space Photos of the Week - June 15, 2013 Cone Nebula (NGC 2264) Titan's Polar Collar Emission Nebula NGC 6357 Tortured Clouds of Eta Carinae Asteroid Zips By Orion Nebula Earhart in Saturn's A Ring Milky Way Over the Alqueva Dark Sky Reserve Starry Night at La Silla Eminescu Crater on Mercury Lunar Crossing Seen by SDO First Visible Auroras of the New 2013 Season Star Trails with Perseid Meteors Dwarf Galaxy ESO 489-056 Galaxies NGC 799 and NGC 800 SWAP Sees the Sun Messier 94 Galaxy Tagus Valles Topography on Mars Belt of Venus over Cerro Paranal 'Twin Cairns' on Mars Crescent Enceladus Grand Design Spiral Galaxy Messier 100 Night Sky and Fireflies Image of the Day archives More Albums 1 of 23 Blow, Winds [Pin It] Credit: Canada-France-Hawaii Telescope/Coelum Friday, August 30, 2013: The Cone Nebula (NGC 2264) consists of a glowing cloud of ionized gas excited by the surrounding hot, massive young blue stars. Strong winds of particles blow from these stars, shaping the residual gas left from a spent star formation region, creating these structures with striking appearances. — Tom Chao YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE See the Curiosity Rover's 1st Year On Mars in 2 Minutes (Video) See the Curiosity Rover's 1st Year On Mars in 2 Minutes (Video) Photographer Spots Giant Snake-Like Tendril on the Sun (Photo) Photographer Spots Giant Snake-Like Tendril on the Sun (Photo) New Nova Star Explosion Wows Stargazers: See It Online Today New Nova Star Explosion Wows Stargazers: See It Online Today Nova Star Explosion Is Visible to the Naked Eye: Where to Look Nova Star Explosion Is Visible to the Naked Eye: Where to Look
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    neo
    Samedi 31 Août 2013 à 11:12
    http://earthsky.org/tonight/moon-and-jupiter-adorn-predawn-and-dawn-sky-on-august-31?utm_source=EarthSky+News&utm_campaign=031862d7d4-EarthSky_News&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_c643945d79-031862d7d4-393511181 Moon and Jupiter closest together on August 31 92 The waning crescent moon and the dazzling planet Jupiter pair up before sunrise on Saturday, August 31. Tonight for August 30, 2013 Planisphere - Northen Hemisphere Edition The last morning of August 2013 presents a most picturesque pairing of the moon and giant planet Jupiter in the hours before sunrise. Look east in the predawn darkness – or even as dawn breaks – to behold these two very bright worlds. You can’t miss them, if it’s clear. The waning crescent moon and dazzling Jupiter now rank as the brightest and second-brightest celestial bodies, respectively, in the early morning sky. The moon is now moving downward the eastern predawn sky each morning, appearing as a slimmer crescent each day as it wanes toward new moon on September 5. Both Mars and Jupiter are in the predawn sky, and the moon will pass near both planets. Tomorrow morning (August 31), the moon is closest to Jupiter. It’s true the planet Venus is brighter than Jupiter. Venus is the brightest planet. But Venus isn’t up before dawn now; it’s in the western sky shortly after sunset. At mid-northern latitudes, Venus sets about one and one-half hours after the sun, or as dusk is finally giving way to night. Be sure circle September 8 on your calendar, though, to watch the upcoming conjunction of the waxing crescent moon and Venus in the evening sky. Moon and Jupiter (below left) on Friday morning, August 30, 2013, as seen by EarthSky Facebook friend Lyle Evans in Highland, California. Thank you, Lyle! Moon and Jupiter (below left) on Friday morning, August 30, 2013, as seen by EarthSky Facebook friend Lyle Evans in Highland, California. Thank you, Lyle! By Saturday morning, the moon will be closer to Jupiter. Wake up before dawn on August 31. In addition to the moon and Jupiter, you’ll see the Gemini stars – called Castor and Pollux – and the red planet Mars. Here are Jupiter and its four major moons as seen through a telescope from the North American predawn sky August 31. Notice they are all to one side of the planet. Back to the morning sky on August 31. Wake up before dawn – or one to one and one-half hours before sunrise – to view the much fainter red planet Mars below Jupiter. At mid-northern latitudes, the Gemini stars, Castor and Pollux, shine to the left of Jupiter. The star Pollux more or less makes a right angle with Jupiter and Mars. If you have telescope – even a modest backyard telescope – take closer look at the planet Jupiter tomorrow morning. As seen from North America, the Galilean moons – Jupiter’s four major moons – are to one side of Jupiter. As seen from North America on the morning of August 31, in their order outward from Jupiter, the moons are Callisto, Io, Ganymede and Europa. Their true order going outward from Jupiter in their respective orbits: Io, Europa, Ganymede and Callisto. To find out the locations of Jupiter’s moons for any date and time, check out this handy guide, courtesy of skyandtelescope.com. Io and Europa are about the same size as our moon, while the diameters of Callisto and Ganymede span about one-and-a-half times the moon’s diameter. Bottom line: Tomorrow – Saturday, August 31, 2013 – see a beautiful pairing of the waning crescent moon and the giant planet Jupiter! Then keep watching as the moon continues to wane to a slimmer crescent phase in the eastern predawn sky. When can you see earthshine on a crescent moon? What is the ecliptic? Bruce McClure MORE FROM EARTH SKY This date in science: NASA launched Voyager 2 space probe Everything you need to know: Delta Aquarid meteor shower Jupiter, Mars, Mercury before sunrise late July and early August Castor and Pollux point to Mars before dawn August 24 Venus-Regulus and Jupiter-Mars pairings. Earth’s shadow. Belt of Venus
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    neo
    Samedi 31 Août 2013 à 11:12
    http://earthsky.org/science-wire/discoveries-in-the-amazon-15-new-bird-species?utm_source=EarthSky+News&utm_campaign=031862d7d4-EarthSky_News&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_c643945d79-031862d7d4-393511181 Discoveries in the Amazon: 15 new bird species Birds’ formal description printed in special volume of Handbook of the Birds of the World. Not since 1871 have so many bird species been introduced under a single cover. An international team of researchers coordinated by ornithologist Bret Whitney of the LSU Museum of Natural Science, or LSUMNS, recently published 15 species of birds previously unknown to science. The formal description of these birds has been printed in a special volume of the “Handbook of the Birds of the World” series. Not since 1871 have so many new species of birds been introduced under a single cover, and all 15 discoveries involve a current or former LSU researcher or student. Zimmerius-chicomendesi-photo-by-Fabio-Schunck Zimmerius chicomendesi. Image credit: Fabio Schunck “Birds are, far and away, the best-known group of vertebrates, so describing a large number of uncataloged species of birds in this day and age is unexpected, to say the least,” said Whitney. “But what’s so exciting about this presentation of 15 new species from the Amazon all at once is, first, highlighting how little we really know about species diversity in Amazonia, and second, showing how technological advances have given us new toolsets for discovering and comparing naturally occurring, cohesive (‘monophyletic’) populations with other, closely related populations.” Myrmotherula-oreni-photo-by-Lars-Petersson Myrmotherula oreni. Image credit: Lars Petersson Amazonia is home to far more species of birds – approximately 1,300 – and more species per unit area, than any other biome. Technological advances such as satellite imagery, digital recordings of vocalizations, DNA analysis and high-powered computation power have taken the age of discovery to the next level, and were key ingredients in the discovery of these new species. However, such discoveries still depend on exploration of remote areas of the Amazon rainforest, just as they did a century ago, and this sort of fieldwork has been carried out by the LSUMNS every year since the early 1960s. “We’re on the threshold of a new age of discovery and documentation that carries on the LSU tradition of leading the way in avian research in the Neotropics,” he said. “To the point, in recent years we have forged a highly productive program of collaboration with ornithologists at the University of São Paulo and LSUMNS, and today LSUMNS and Brazilian graduate students are privileged to be working together, learning from each other as they study some of the most complex speciation dynamics on Earth.” Herpsilochmus-stotzi-photo-by-Fabio-Schunck- Herpsilochmus stotzi Image credit: Fabio Schunck Other ornithologists involved in the project include Mario Cohn-Haft of the Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas da Amazônia in Manaus and Alexandre Aleixo of the Museu Paraense Emílio Goeldi in Belém, both received their Ph.D.s at LSU from the Department of Biological Sciences. Also an author on many of the papers is Luís Fabio Silveira of the Museu de Zoologia da Universidade de São Paulo, which has a formal agreement for collaborative field and laboratory research with the LSUMNS . More than 30 authors participated in the 15 species descriptions, each peer-reviewed as an independent scientific paper. Authors also include ornithologists from Colombia, Argentina and the United Kingdom. Most of the new species were discovered by Whitney and Cohn-Haft by detecting differences in their songs and calls in the field. Via LSU
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    NéantZone
    Samedi 31 Août 2013 à 23:19
    Rien n'a changer, c'est l'impérialisme et notre hollande est avec les states. On pourrait vivre tranquille avec tout le monde mais il y-a les ressources énergétique là-bas; un petit résumé à ma manière. Mais gaffe au soleil levant dans les prochains mois.
      • Ferlin1 Profil de Ferlin1
        Lundi 2 Septembre 2013 à 09:40
        Gare au Soleil tout court, je dirais.... Puis les dangers vont venir de partout, et très rapidement, maintenant....
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    neo
    Dimanche 1er Septembre 2013 à 16:35
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    sérénité
    Lundi 2 Septembre 2013 à 04:25
    c quand même beaucoup. respect ferlim.
      • Ferlin1 Profil de Ferlin1
        Lundi 2 Septembre 2013 à 09:49
        C8,3?..... Meuuuhhhhhhh non.... ; )
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    Vax
    Lundi 2 Septembre 2013 à 15:37
    J'ai trouvé cette vidéo de 48 secondes. C'est largement suffisant pour résumer la situation : http://www.lelibrepenseur.org/2013/09/02/pierre-vogel-qui-sont-les-vrais-terroristes/
      • Ferlin1 Profil de Ferlin1
        Lundi 2 Septembre 2013 à 16:04
        Mouarf, c'est juste du bon sens.... Historique.... Bien que les musulmans aient pratiqué, il me semble, l'esclavage, mais beaucoup moins savagement que les occidentaux, c'est vrai. Je reviens sur la lettre ouverte de bayrou, car elle est importante. S'il intervient en Syrie, ce sera une manipulation de la constitution, car la France n'a aucune raison, en urgence, d'attaquer la Syrie. Au contraire, au lieu de soutenir les terroristes, elle devrait soutenir les chrétiens qui sont là bas, et au côté d'Assad qui a toujours protégé le multiculturalisme et les diverses religions, ce que ne font pas les mercenaires financés et armés par la France. La constitution autorise une intervention armée en cas d'urgence. même si Assad est responsable de l'attaque chimique ( deux jours après l'arrivée des inspecteurs de l'ONU, Mouarf, quelle rigolade ), il n'y a aucun danger pour la France. L'intervention sera donc inconstitutionnelle et, comme je l'ai dit, de fait, le président sera un criminel de guerre. Le peuple devra le juger en tant que tel, et le châtier en tant que tel. Ce que ne manquera pas de faire, je pense, le peuple français, s'il se réveille.
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    neo
    Lundi 2 Septembre 2013 à 17:04
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    neo
    Lundi 2 Septembre 2013 à 17:10
    info ou intox ? http://youtu.be/VY_WLCjIbRM Publiée le 31 août 2013 Here is some footage of the comet ISON close up. This footage shows two cigar shaped UFOs orbiting the comet. I believe these two UFOs are either hiding with the comet so they wont be detected by other aliens or...even more likely, these UFOs are escorting...guiding the comet to an unknown destination so that the aliens could harvest the valuable minerals it contains. This is the second video in recent days of this comet. The first one shows that the comet is actually three different parts, two long and one round. This new video confirms that its fact. Two videos...confirming the same thing. This is not coincidence. Now for the scary part. This comet is suppose to pass so close to earth that you will be able to see it with a telescope. Are these UFOs guiding the comet to use it to impact the Earth? The comet is 5km or 3.1 miles across! Enough to do the job...an extinction event. Look at it this way, when scientists finish an experiment that they used dog or monkeys in, when the experiment is finished, the destroy all the animals. In this way the experiment will not pollute other possible experiments. If humanity is just an alien experiment then this is what we can expect one day. Wiki states this about the comet: On its closest approach, C/2012 S1 will pass about 0.0724 AU (10,830,000 km; 6,730,000 mi) from Mars on 1 October 2013, and it will pass about 0.429 AU (64,200,000 km; 39,900,000 mi) from Earth on 26 December 2013. Catégorie Science et technologie TRADUCTION APPROX GOOGLE : Publiée dans le 31 août 2013 Voici quelques images de la comète ISON près. Ces images montrent deux OVNIS en forme de cigare en orbite autour de la comète. Je crois que ces deux ovnis sont soit cachés avec la comète ainsi ils ne seront pas détectés par d'autres étrangers ou ... encore plus probable, ces ovnis escortent ... guider la comète vers une destination inconnue afin que les étrangers puissent récolter les précieux minéraux qu'il contient. C'est la deuxième vidéo de ces derniers jours de cette comète. La première montre que la comète est en fait trois parties différentes, deux rondes de long et un. Cette nouvelle vidéo confirme que son fait. Deux vidéos ... confirmant la même chose. Ce n'est pas une coïncidence. Maintenant pour la partie effrayant. Cette comète est censé passer si près de la terre que vous serez capable de le voir avec un télescope. Sont ces ovnis guident la comète de l'utiliser pour influer sur la Terre? La comète est à 5km soit 3,1 miles à travers! Assez pour faire le travail ... un événement d'extinction. Regardons cela de cette façon, lorsque les scientifiques finissent une expérience qu'ils ont utilisé chien ou le singe dans, quand l'expérience est terminée, le détruire tous les animaux. De cette façon, l'expérience ne sera pas polluer d'autres expériences possibles. Si l'humanité est juste une expérience étrangère, alors c'est ce que nous pouvons attendre un jour. Wiki-Unis ce sujet la comète: Sur son approche au plus près, C/2012 S1 passera environ 0,0724 UA (10.830.000 km; 6.730.000 mi) à partir de Mars le 1er Octobre 2013 et il passera environ 0,429 UA (64.200.000 km; 39.900.000 km) à partir de Terre le 26 Décembre 2013.
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