"And I beheld, and heard the voice of one eagle flying through the midst of heaven,
saying with a loud voice: Woe, woe, woe to the inhabitants of the earth....
[Apocalypse (Revelation) 8:13]

Sunday, October 30, 2016

Asteroid impact damage from the Planet X system

Asteroid impact damage from the Planet X system

David Meade 

In this article, we’ll look at a variety of expert opinions on the catastrophic earth damage from the flyby of a Near Earth Object such as the Planet X system.


Easterbrook – Fellow @ the Brookings Institution – 2008
Gregg, “The Sky Is Falling,” The Atlantic, June.  [Online] Space Object Damage Analysis
Abbott believes that a space object about 300 meters in diameter hit the Gulf of Carpentaria, north of Australia, in 536 A.D. An object that size, striking at up to 50,000 miles per hour, could release as much energy as 1,000 nuclear bombs. Debris, dust and gases thrown into the atmosphere by the impact would have blocked sunlight, temporarily cooling the planet—and indeed, contemporaneous accounts describe dim skies, cold summers and poor harvests in 536 and 537. “A most dread portent took place,” the Byzantine historian Procopius wrote of 536; the sun “gave forth its light without brightness.” Frost reportedly covered China in the summertime. Still, the harm was mitigated by the ocean impact. When a space object strikes land, it kicks up more dust and debris, increasing the global-cooling effect; at the same time, the combination of shockwaves and extreme heating at the point of impact generates nitric and nitrous acids, producing rain as corrosive as battery acid. If the Gulf of Carpentaria object were to strike Miami today, most of the city would be leveled and the atmospheric effects could trigger crop failures around the world.

Asteroid Strikes – Impact – Ocean Strikes/Mega-Tsunamis
A large ocean strike would create tsunamis more than a mile high that would make it hundreds of miles inland.
Marusek – Nuclear Physicist and Engineer @ Impact – 2007
James, “Comet and Asteroid Threat Impact Analysis,” Paper presented at the 2007 AIAA Planetary Defense Conference, 5-9 March 2007 (Washington, D.C.). [Online] Tsunami Threats from a Large Asteroid
Since 72% of the Earth’s surface is covered with oceans, there is a 72% random probability that a comet or asteroid impact will occur in the ocean. An ocean impact would excavate a large transient cavity approximately 20 times the diameter of the impactor.
An ocean impact will create a compression wave in the water. The compression wave may be sufficient to  implode deeply submerged objects, such as submarines.
A large ocean impact will produce a large tsunami. Tsunami is Japanese for “harbor wave.” Tsunami generally travel quickly across the ocean, typically at speeds of 380 mph (0.17 km/s). In deep water, the impact tsunami height might be several thousand feet high for a Cretaceous/Tertiary (K/T) size impactor, but the height may increase dramatically as the waves reach the shoreline because the wave slows in shallow water and the energy becomes more concentrated. The impact tsunami may produce several mile-high wave fronts that could travel several hundred miles inland. Tsunamis are of concern because they propagate over great distances and much of the world’s populations are located near coastal regions.

What mitigation? – A strike will shut down all global communications.
Marusek – Nuclear Physicist and Engineer @ Impact – 2007
James, “Comet and Asteroid Threat Impact Analysis,” Paper presented at the 2007 AIAA Planetary Defense Conference, 5-9 March 2007 (Washington, D.C.). [Online] Communications Cut Down by Asteroid Strike
Large quantities of ionizing radiation will be produced by the impact and can severely change the environment of the upper atmosphere, producing heavily ionized regions, which can disrupt electromagnetic waves passing through those zones. The trapping mechanism for these high-energy electrons may be similar to that which  produces the Van Allen radiation belts. This radiation will cause significant interruption of communications. This will interfere with all surviving telephone, television, computer and radio traffic. There will be so much static in the signal that it will be almost unintelligible. For a large impact, these disturbed regions can easily be global in size and can persist for tens of hours. This could essentially temporarily shut down all worldwide communications.

Asteroid Strikes
Recovery from a large strike would take thousands of years.
Marusek – Nuclear Physicist and Engineer @ Impact – 2007
James, “Comet and Asteroid Threat Impact Analysis,” Paper presented at the 2007 AIAA Planetary Defense Conference, 5-9 March 2007 (Washington, D.C.). [Online] Asteroid Strike Causes Volcanism
A deep impact produces two zones of destruction: one at the point-of-impact and the other on the opposite side of the globe. The destruction at the point-of-impact produces a regional area of great devastation that wrecks havoc for several days. The shockwave from the impacts traveled through the Earth fracturing the Earth’s crust on the opposite side of the planet, producing a jumbled debris field and triggering massive mantle plume volcanism. The area of devastation on the opposite side of the Earth is significantly greater and the devastation is long-term extending thousands of years. It is this component that produces global devastation by releasing massive quantities of volcanic magma, which in turn generates acidic and poisonous gases. The gases combine with moisture to form acids that are primarily responsible for extinguishing life across the entire planet. The gas generation is also responsible for the drawdown of oxygen levels below minimally acceptable levels. These deep impacts are not  random; rather, they occur with regularity in geological time.

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