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February 23, 2016

Huge Fireball Strikes Atlantic Ocean - Did You Hear About It? Months Ago, 'Asteroid Almost Wiped Us Out' - Did The MSM Tell You? 'Cosmic Roulette' Underway In The Heavens - 'There Is An Asteroid With Our Name On It' Expert Warns 'These Things Happen'


By Stefan Stanford - All News Pipeline - Live Free Or Die

While many Americans were just getting up or still sleeping back on February 6th, a massive fireball plunged into the Atlantic Ocean we are now learning from Daily Mail Science and a NASA spokesperson.

Were you aware that a massive explosion equal to 13,000 tons of TNT recently happened nearly 620 miles off of the coast of Brazil? As we're told, it's very unlikely that anyone saw it though it was likely picked up by military sensors across the world. NASA and other space experts were, once again, blindsided by it. 


Telling us that this is fireball was the biggest to impact the planet since the Chelyabinsk fireball that had 500,000 tons of TNT energy a few years ago, we find out we're quite fortunate that this explosion took place over the ocean rather than land and according to the Daily Mail's 'Science presenter' Brian Cox, "there is an asteroid with our name on it and it will hit us" before giving us the bad news: "We are at risk of being wiped out by asteroids - and we're not taking the threat seriously."

Cox also tells us the planet Earth had a 'near-miss' only a few months ago when another asteroid that "we did not see" came very, very close to striking our planet: "We didn't see it...we saw it on the way out...but if it had just been a bit further over it would have probably wiped us out. These things happen." 

Yes, they do... just ask the dinosaurs about it.

Quite disturbing is the statement made by Cox that "we're not taking the threat seriously." The same has been said about an EMP strike upon America. We know that one, whether mad-made or unleashed by the sun, will eventually strike the US and could cause the deaths of 90% of our population... yet, government does little to nothing in the way of hardening our electronics 'en masse' and preparing for such an event.

A massive asteroid striking the planet Earth would obviously make an EMP attack look like childs play. 

The Daily Mail story also tells us that NASA is currently tracking 1,400+ 'potentially hazardous asteroids' and it has only been 'blind luck that has so far saved humanity from serious impact. 

Former astronaut Ed Lu has described the situation that our planet is now facing as "cosmic roulette"

How long before humanity's luck runs out? 


In only days, one such potentially hazardous asteroid will once again do an Earth-flyby on March 5th. We're told 2013 TX68 poses no threat to the planet but could still get very close to Earth according to NASA. The 100 foot wide asteroid will fly closer to the Earth this time than it did the last time it flew by... this time possibly as close as 11,000 miles. 

While a NASA spokesperson tells us: "There is no existing evidence that an asteroid or any other celestial object is on a trajectory that will impact Earth" and "In fact, not a single one of the known objects has any credible chance of hitting our planet over the next century," we'll mention he forgot to add this disclaimer: "At least not one that we are aware of and can clearly see coming at this time." How many more are they missing? 

Several video reports below including story of a fireball striking the Atlantic Ocean that is getting very little attention from the mainstream media as well as an update on TX68 in the 2nd video as the asteroid gets set to make its closest pass by our planet. Interestingly enough, a man from India was killed on Saturday, February 6th, after being struck by a fragment from a meteor as shared in this linked story and the 3rd video below. Could that fragment possibly have been part of the fireball that landed in the Atlantic Ocean on the same day? 

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