by Julie Kramer, President of Hardened Structures of America and Dr. Simon Atkins, CEO of Advanced Forecasting Corporation on 05/20/13
that needs to be on the forefront of emergency planning efforts RIGHT NOW, we can only hope that people are listening and sharing this information...THANK YOU TO THOSE THAT ARE...
This is a follow up to my post, 'Asteroid 2013 KB - Possible Earth impact'
. On May the 17th, 2013, NASA identified Asteroid 2013 KB which is shown to pass by Earth on the 22nd of May, 2013. Going by my calculations, the closest its going to get to us is roughly around eight hundred thousand miles.Condition Code
Do you remember DA14? The closest DA14 got to Earth was around twenty one thousand miles. Well, thats what they predicted before it actually passed by. Going by the Wiki entry
for DA14, the actual distance from Earth was seventeen thousand miles. A slight error in calculation there.
Another thing about DA14 is that before it passed by, they predicted the diameter was around 45-50 meters. It was actually 30 meters in diameter.
So, Asteroid 2013 KB should only come within 800,000 miles of Earth, so it shouldn't be a problem right? Well, the thing is, NASA has marked Asteroid 2013 KB with a 'condition code' of 8 out of 9. Below is a screen shot from NASAs Jet Propulsion Laboratory Website which shows what the field 'condition code' means.
The number 9 is the highest uncertainty value, where the number 0 would be a certainty value of very good.
This website here, http://ssd.jpl.nasa.gov/sbdb.cgi?sstr=2013%20KB&orb=1, shows the trajectory and orbit of various objects, but in this case the link is heading directly to the page for Asteroid 2013 KB.
So to summarise, Asteroid 2013 KB has an uncertainly value of 8/9. This means that NASA is not so sure about the actual direction it is heading and how close it will get to Earth.
What was the condition code of DA14? It was 0. In the end, NASA said DA14 would get as close as 21,000 miles, but it was actually 17,000 miles. That was with a condition code of 0. I do wonder to my self what the error rate would be with a condition code of 8. Perhaps the size of 2013 KB may actually be a bit bigger as well? Or smaller?
I think it is apparent that the longer an object in space is observed, the more accurate the orbit can be calculated. Since Asteroid 2013 KB only showed up on the 17th of May, 3 days ago, it is a bit hard to get a good reading on its trajectory. Maybe tomorrow there will be some new information on it.
Moving on now... I think I made my point there.Russian asteroid impact and DA14
When that meteor flew over the Russian skies and impacted, around the time DA14 sped past Earth at 17,000 meters above ground, NASA told the World that the impact in Russia had no relation to DA14 and that it was just a coincidence.
Climate risk Scientist, Doctor Simon Atkins recorded an interview with Fox news days beforehand, explaining that DA14 would likely cause ionospheric disturbance on the Earth and as a result, may impact the weather with colder temperatures, cause an increase in flooding and snowstorms in the northern hemisphere and an increase in Wind related events around the World. You can find that video here
From following the news so closely back then because I was tracking many IDIR webbot predictions and finding many hits as a result, I confirm from memory that these three main forecasts by Doctor Simon Atkins above, did actually occur within the months after DA14 flew past Earth.
Doctor Simon Atkins also made another forecast before DA14 came by. He said that a piece of DA14 may break off and enter our Atmosphere while it came past Earth. You can find the video confirming that here
. Specifically, Simon Atkins said that DA14 may fragment because of a hairline type of fracture, due to the type of Asteroid DA14 was(silica). He also said it would likely cause an EMP type explosion if that was the case, which is what happened over the skies of Russia.
Doctor Simon Atkins is very sure that the object that appeared over Russia and exploded, impacting the Earth, was a fragmented piece off of DA14. The object that also flew over Cuba was also a fragment of DA14, Simon Atkins believes.
Note that the Institute of Space Sciences in Barcelona confirmed at the time, using their equipment that the fragment which exploded over Russia was part of DA14.Asteroid 2013 KB
I informed Doctor Simon Atkins about Asteroid 2013 KB yesterday and he has provided me with the following information surrounding this Asteroid.
He mentioned that when an asteroid comes past Earth at less than 20,000 miles, it changes the magnetic energy and pressure on Earth, and in addition to the solar storms occurring at the moment, the coupling might cause too much of an energetic shift, which in turn could cause a large planetary event to potentially occur.
This would then tie in with the time frame that Doctor Simon Atkins has discussed in relation to his forecast of an event in the Atlantic Ocean, and possibly other oceans which you can read about here, 'Climate risk Scientist Doctor Simon Atkins on Fox News 25 - Global Coastal Event validation
'. That time frame being around the 22nd and 23rd of May, 2013.Summary
It is said that there are more than a million asteroids out there smaller than 100 meters. With the amount of meteorite sightings in the month of May, the chances seem to be rather high that something larger may come close to Earth this month, such as Asteroid 2013 KB, and in turn have some kind of energetic impact on the tectonic plates on earth, in turn triggering a few earth change related events.
I think the info speaks for it self.