We had no warning.

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"It makes you wonder what would happen if we took a really direct hit. Even with all our radar and missile-detection systems, we had no warning." Read more:

Two days ago we had 2013 Feb 15 Ė Godís messages and today I read something about the influences of these messages coming from God.

The Nasa guys tell us that talk about an end of the world is nonsense and absurd and about an asteroid fly-by a 17,000 miles away but did not utter word of warning about the real hit: "It makes you wonder what would happen if we took a really direct hit. Even with all our radar and missile-detection systems, we had no warning."

See
2012 Dec 01 Ė Nasa, the prophet
2013 Jan 10 Ė Nasa says Near-Earth objects are not something that should be feared

Here some details:

 

In a modern world, meteoriteís impact is instantly global

That celestial rock had been zooming along at 40,000 mph for thousands of years when it exploded over Russia on Friday - and thatís when it really picked up speed.

The first big meteorite of the media age rocketed through the consciousness of its target planet at the speed of Twitter. A rare event in a remote place went viral, thanks to the ubiquitous dashboard cameras of bad Russian drivers. And it instantly grabbed the attention of an electronic age that thought it was beyond being stunned by a bolt from space.

"Oh man, Iíve watched the videos about a hundred times," said Jon Lee, a musician who was viewing the white-hot flash once more on his smartphone. "I canít get over the sound it made."

This time, thanks to the unblinking phone, security and dashboard cameras that were ever-present even in the Ural Mountains, the whole world got to be a same-day witness to the fire in the sky. What used to emerge over time as a public phenomenon was absorbed, digested and discussed within hours.

Jasonís father, a retired state patrolman, said he was both taken aback and humbled by the images of such unfathomable power detonating so close to the populated surface of the planet.

With the Russia blast hitting just as mankind was looking in another part of the sky for an asteroid fly-by a mere 17,000 miles away, the once-vague threat of an Earth-crushing impact seemed to gain some real-world urgency.

"It makes you wonder what would happen if we took a really direct hit. Even with all our radar and missile-detection systems, we had no warning."

 

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