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The day we all died
« on: April 12, 2019, 01:15:48 AM »
Not in the distant future everyone will be about their business, whatever that is?  Then someone will yell out what is that, pointing to the sky?  An erie red streak will be racing across with a fireball at its tip.  No this is not a UFO, its our appointed time of doom.  Call it wormwood if you like or apophis.  This day is April 14, 2029 and a collision occurs between a high altitude Satellite and wormwood. 

I will be 63 years old when this happens and I really don't care.  I think mankind is on the wrong track in how we treat each other number 1 and we are very cruel beings. 

On a brighter note I was a beach lifeguard and Emergency Medical Technician for 6 years and used to care!



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II -THE 2029 FLYBY
The orbit of Apophis with respect to the Earth during its April 2029 flyby will be a hyperbolic trajectory, in a
plane inclined at 140 over the Earth equator and a perigee altitude between 29,500 and 33,800 kilometers
over the Atlantic Ocean (42.9W, 29.0N).
Apophis will cross the equatorial plane 80 minutes before reaching its perigee at an altitude close to 48,000
km. There is no risk of collision with any geostationary spacecraft, all of them being about 10,000 km lower.

I for one think its likely for apophis to collide with one of our satellites.

http://iaaweb.org/iaa/Scientific%20Activity/conf/pdc2013/IAA-PDC13-04-20.pdf

http://grahamhancock.com/phorum/list.php?6


Re: The day we all died
« Reply #1 on: April 12, 2019, 01:30:29 AM »
An erie red streak will be racing across with a fireball at its tip.

just swing the bat nibba


Re: The day we all died
« Reply #2 on: April 19, 2019, 10:19:44 AM »
Not in the distant future everyone will be about their business, whatever that is?  Then someone will yell out what is that, pointing to the sky?  An erie red streak will be racing across with a fireball at its tip.  No this is not a UFO, its our appointed time of doom.  Call it wormwood if you like or apophis.  This day is April 14, 2029 and a collision occurs between a high altitude Satellite and wormwood. 

I will be 63 years old when this happens and I really don't care.  I think mankind is on the wrong track in how we treat each other number 1 and we are very cruel beings. 

On a brighter note I was a beach lifeguard and Emergency Medical Technician for 6 years and used to care!



I for one think its likely for apophis to collide with one of our satellites.

http://iaaweb.org/iaa/Scientific%20Activity/conf/pdc2013/IAA-PDC13-04-20.pdf

http://grahamhancock.com/phorum/list.php?6


Your grandchildren will just be starting to have great-grand children.


Re: The day we all died
« Reply #3 on: April 19, 2019, 02:55:09 PM »
Not in the distant future everyone will be about their business, whatever that is?  Then someone will yell out what is that, pointing to the sky?  An erie red streak will be racing across with a fireball at its tip.  No this is not a UFO, its our appointed time of doom.  Call it wormwood if you like or apophis.  This day is April 14, 2029 and a collision occurs between a high altitude Satellite and wormwood. 

I will be 63 years old when this happens and I really don't care.  I think mankind is on the wrong track in how we treat each other number 1 and we are very cruel beings. 

On a brighter note I was a beach lifeguard and Emergency Medical Technician for 6 years and used to care!



I for one think its likely for apophis to collide with one of our satellites.

http://iaaweb.org/iaa/Scientific%20Activity/conf/pdc2013/IAA-PDC13-04-20.pdf

http://grahamhancock.com/phorum/list.php?6



I've noted since the sixties literally hundreds of predictions that all human life would be snuffed out in the immediate future or relatively near term by some astronomical event.  Some day one of them might be right.  In the meantime I'll keep buying green bananas and believing that future generations will be noting all the past predictions of the imminent demise of mankind as I did.