Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Is the first ever Emergency Alert System (EAS) test on november 9, 2011 a show of force by homeland security or does the government know something will happen that day?

2005 YU55: Arecibo Observatory/Michael Nolan

Previously I wrote about the events that will happen on november 9, 2011 ( Does the world governments expect asteroid 2005 YU55 or comet C/2010 x1 (Elenin) to impact earth on november 9, 2011 ?  )  Namely:
  1. asteroid 2005 YU55 closest to the earth (between the earth and the Moon) and the possibility of it impacting the earth or the Moon especially because of the possible affects of comet Elenin ( c/2010 x1), 
  2. The first ever nationwide (U.S.) test of the Emergency Alert System (EAS) and 
  3. The International tsunami drill taking place in many areas of the Pacific Ocean.

The EAS is tested in all areas of the country weekly and some tests are run monthly at different times for each TV / radio station.  Most of the time the tests occur during the early morning hours where they do not interfere with peoples television shows or radio / traffic reports.  The question that everyone should be asking is why on earth will the first nationwide EAS test occur during the middle of the day (2 PM Eastern / 11 AM Pacific) instead of the first test being at 2AM when it would interfere with the least amount of people?

Is the EAS nationwide test during the middle of the day an indication that the government knows something will happen that day?  Or is it a show of force by the rising dictatorial government that shows the people the government can control them?

Having the first nationwide EAS test in the middle of the day instead of the very early morning hours is not something that would normally happen.  Too many events happening in the world and with 2005 YU55 being the closest to the earth that day, it seems to be more than a coincidence.  Have to remember the big red X from NASA as well (see:  NASA Big red X )

Mark your calendars for an impressive and upcoming flyby of an asteroid that’s one of the larger potentially perilous space rocks in the heavens – in terms of smacking the Earth in the future.
It’s the case of asteroid 2005 YU55, a round mini-world that is about 1,300 feet (400 meters) in diameter. In early November, this asteroid will approach Earth within a scant 0.85 lunar distances. [Photo of Asteroid 2005 YU55]

Due the object’s size and whisking by so close to Earth, an extensive campaign of radar, visual and infrared observations are being planned.

Asteroid 2005 YU55 was discovered by Spacewatch at the University of Arizona, Tucson’s Lunar and Planetary Laboratory on Dec. 28, 2005. En route and headed our way, the cosmic wanderer is another reminder about life here on our sitting duck of a planet

Close and big
“The close Earth approach of 2005 YU55 on Nov. 8, is unusual since it is close and big. On average, one wouldn’t expect an object this big to pass this close but every 30 years,” said Don Yeomans, manager of NASA’s Near-Earth Object Program Office and the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, Calif.

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