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The Chelyabinsk Meteorite: a riddle wrapped in a mystery

 
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"One more enigmatic aspect is the events that occurred between the end of the meteorite’s flight in outer space and until the collapse of its fragments on the Earth:

'A report we drafted together with Japanese researchers (to be presented at an international conference in Houston in March - TASS) speaks of the Chebarkul meteorite’s interaction with a comet but I can’t reveal details before its official publication,' Dr. Grokhovsky said..."

[link to tass.ru]
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how sad that russia gets to research it, look at that monitor in the picture, it looks like my computer when i was a kid, and they are doing high level research on it? i could barely play duke nukem 2d on it

they have the obligation to atleast seek better resources to research something that has potential for us all
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The largest fragments went down near Lake Chebarkul, some 78 kilometers to the west of Chelyabinsk. A fragment of the meteorite that weighs more than 500 kilograms is kept in the Chelyabinsk Museum of Local History and Law, with researchers saying it is the largest meteoritic fragment ever found in the world.

It weighted 654 kilograms right after recovery from water of the lake. Then a lump of about 100 kg fell off from it.

In November 2104, the lump weighed 473 give or take 20 kg. On February 9, 2015, its weight was 505 kg and the most recent weighing that was done February 9 showed that thy lump had slimmed again and weighed 505.3 kg.

The scientists will take the weight of fragment in two years’ time again.

Physical anti gravity materials?

WTF !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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You do understand they occupy the 1/4th of the land mass that is above water don't you?
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how sad that russia gets to research it, look at that monitor in the picture, it looks like my computer when i was a kid, and they are doing high level research on it? i could barely play duke nukem 2d on it

they have the obligation to atleast seek better resources to research something that has potential for us all
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 67740861


Not stating I know the processing power of those systems but I just wanted to share some understanding with you on computers (and forgive me if this comes off abrasive in tone, but I don't mean it to be)

What research systems do is the same as what my or your pc does. it carries out instructions. at which rate or speed these instructions are carried out depends on the processing speed. the look's should be of no concern, it's what the system is capable of which is most important.

either way, regardless of what side of the debate you rest on in relation to NASA and the moon-landing, NASA has had systems which "could barely play duke nukem 2d on it" that were vital to Space launch missions and accuracy.
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How about a little blast from the past on the 2 year anniversary of the most damaging confirmed meteor strike in recorded human history, by number of injuries. And there's nothing anyone can do to stop it! -



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.....?
This doesnt seem to make sense

It weighted 654 kilograms right after recovery from water of the lake. Then a lump of about 100 kg fell off from it. In November 2104, the lump weighed 473 give or take 20 kg. On February 9, 2015, its weight was 505 kg and the most recent weighing that was done February 9 showed that thy lump had slimmed again and weighed 505.3 kg. The scientists will take the weight of fragment in two years’ time again.

Is this bad reporting and writting?

Is it describing a lump weighing 100kg that broke off the main object, which grew to 473kg, 505kg and finally 505.3kg in 2 years?

Or a 654kg lump, which 100kg broke off, giving 550kg....
But a year later weighed 473kg and then started growing to 505kg???

Wtf does this even mean!?

Either way its fucking dumb as shit!!
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how sad that russia gets to research it, look at that monitor in the picture, it looks like my computer when i was a kid, and they are doing high level research on it? i could barely play duke nukem 2d on it

they have the obligation to atleast seek better resources to research something that has potential for us all
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Riiiight norespect
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My poop has more magic and mystery then some pebble from outer space. Bitch please.
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.....?
This doesnt seem to make sense

It weighted 654 kilograms right after recovery from water of the lake. Then a lump of about 100 kg fell off from it. In November 2104, the lump weighed 473 give or take 20 kg. On February 9, 2015, its weight was 505 kg and the most recent weighing that was done February 9 showed that thy lump had slimmed again and weighed 505.3 kg. The scientists will take the weight of fragment in two years’ time again.

Is this bad reporting and writting?

Is it describing a lump weighing 100kg that broke off the main object, which grew to 473kg, 505kg and finally 505.3kg in 2 years?

Or a 654kg lump, which 100kg broke off, giving 550kg....
But a year later weighed 473kg and then started growing to 505kg???

Wtf does this even mean!?

Either way its fucking dumb as shit!!
 Quoting: Dark_Matter


It is probably porous and drying out....
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.....?
This doesnt seem to make sense

It weighted 654 kilograms right after recovery from water of the lake. Then a lump of about 100 kg fell off from it. In November 2104, the lump weighed 473 give or take 20 kg. On February 9, 2015, its weight was 505 kg and the most recent weighing that was done February 9 showed that thy lump had slimmed again and weighed 505.3 kg. The scientists will take the weight of fragment in two years’ time again.

Is this bad reporting and writting?

Is it describing a lump weighing 100kg that broke off the main object, which grew to 473kg, 505kg and finally 505.3kg in 2 years?

Or a 654kg lump, which 100kg broke off, giving 550kg....
But a year later weighed 473kg and then started growing to 505kg???

Wtf does this even mean!?

Either way its fucking dumb as shit!!
 Quoting: Dark_Matter


It is probably porous and drying out....
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.....and then re-hydrating and gaining nearly 100kgs?!

Neither outlook makes any sense
as it suggests the object has grown
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I'm curious...What was the official GLP consensus regarding the timing of this event since it was supposedly completely unrelated to DA14?

I still cannot wrap my mind around the odds. wtf
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.....?
This doesnt seem to make sense

It weighted 654 kilograms right after recovery from water of the lake. Then a lump of about 100 kg fell off from it. In November 2104, the lump weighed 473 give or take 20 kg. On February 9, 2015, its weight was 505 kg and the most recent weighing that was done February 9 showed that thy lump had slimmed again and weighed 505.3 kg. The scientists will take the weight of fragment in two years’ time again.

Is this bad reporting and writting?

Is it describing a lump weighing 100kg that broke off the main object, which grew to 473kg, 505kg and finally 505.3kg in 2 years?

Or a 654kg lump, which 100kg broke off, giving 550kg....
But a year later weighed 473kg and then started growing to 505kg???

Wtf does this even mean!?

Either way its fucking dumb as shit!!
 Quoting: Dark_Matter


It is probably porous and drying out....
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 68023361


.....and then re-hydrating and gaining nearly 100kgs?!

Neither outlook makes any sense
as it suggests the object has grown
 Quoting: Dark_Matter

It is not an object, but a living being.
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I have been to Chelyabinsk and saw the meteorite. It's for display at a museum. It's quite small, but the mass is enormous. Intriguing stuff.
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Asteroid, Meteor crash over Siberia HOAX - from Tunguska 1908 to Chelyabinsk 2013: Evolution of End Times Deception

1921, as ethnic german agent using the identity Lenin acts as President of the Soviet Union: first "scientist" reaches the scene of the "Tunguska asteroid crash" for the first time, 13 years later.
A century later, as an illuminati agent impersonating murdered Putin acts as president of the Russian Federation, the illuminati stage a parallel script.
But this time the main agenda is not selling the evolution theory hoax.
The Chelyabinsk meteor hoax is primarly mocking the russian human cattle about to be slaughtered in the final act of the script "Destruction of Russia".

Meteor hits Chelyabinsk, heart of Russia's weapons industry: exposed by Last Prophet and echoed by nobody ever since
An act of illuminati theater staged by fake Putin, executing orders of his boss, the Illuminati Grand Master Alexander Adolf Hitler.
Goal: mock russian human cattle suggesting that Russia is being punished by God.
As usually referencing the Bible.

Keep in mind:
- For a traitor, who additionally is a brainwashed member of a sect (the illuminati) teaching that "normal" russians must be exterminated, 1500 injured russians is a motive of joy.

Notes
Feb 2013, Terrorizing russians, celebrating the coming destruction of Russia using the ultimate weapon of the satanic arsenal, deception, in this case as traitors:
[link to www.youtube.com (secure)]

In the words of a psy-op "explaining" it:
The name of the city where the meteor fell, Cheliabinsk, is a take-off of the Bashkir word, "Chelyaba" which means "pit".
As in Rev 9, a star falls from heaven with the key to the bottomless pit.
God is telling us that Russis is a nation that is not spiritually inclined enough to avoid being nailed by a filesonic, imagebam, cloud file, meteor blast.
The meteor hit the heart of Russia's weapons industry, a nuclear research zone, and Russia has been accused of providing unwise nuclear assistance and proliferation to uncooperative, undeveloped nations.

Illuminati jokes, parallel scripts
With an estimated initial mass of about 12,000–13,000 metric tonnes, heavier than the Eiffel Tower), ...
it is the largest known natural object to have entered Earth's atmosphere since the 1908 Tunguska event that destroyed a wide, remote, forested area of Siberia.
The Chelyabinsk meteor is also the only meteor confirmed to have resulted in a large number of injuries.
[link to en.wikipedia.org (secure)]

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No one has ever seen a perfect circle, nor a perfectly straight line, yet everyone knows what a circle and a straight line are.
Perceived circles or lines are not exactly circular or straight, and true circles and lines could never be detected since by definition they are sets of infinitely small points.
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how sad that russia gets to research it, look at that monitor in the picture, it looks like my computer when i was a kid, and they are doing high level research on it? i could barely play duke nukem 2d on it

they have the obligation to atleast seek better resources to research something that has potential for us all
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 67740861


Maybe better computer equipment in the Ukraine?

You might want to back off on telling Russians what to do.
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If Russia, today, is so evil, why did unknown object fly in from behind meteor, blast it down to size, and take off into space, in a matter of micro-seconds?

Had this not happened, what would have been the result of impact, and where? Would you then say there is some other force at play here?
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How about a little blast from the past on the 2 year anniversary of the most damaging confirmed meteor strike in recorded human history, by number of injuries. And there's nothing anyone can do to stop it! -



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 Quoting: hatch battener 68078495


"But the day of the Lord will come as a thief in the night; in the which the heavens shall pass away with a great noise, and the elements shall melt with fervent heat, the earth also and the works that are therein shall be burned up."

We think such a thing will never happen because we are too busy living our lives to think of such plausibilities.

The people in that video were going about their daily lives until the " Chelyabinsk Meteorite" struck out of nowhere. It should be a warning to us all that life is precarious and fleeting at best and we have no guarantee even of our next breath.
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How about a little blast from the past on the 2 year anniversary of the most damaging confirmed meteor strike in recorded human history, by number of injuries. And there's nothing anyone can do to stop it! -



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BTW, if you watch carefully, you will notice that the first part of the video has been edited and the guys standing by the windows in the gym, are not there when the windows blow out.
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Comet ELENIN's revenge?

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"One more enigmatic aspect is the events that occurred between the end of the meteorite’s flight in outer space and until the collapse of its fragments on the Earth:

'A report we drafted together with Japanese researchers (to be presented at an international conference in Houston in March - TASS) speaks of the Chebarkul meteorite’s interaction with a comet but I can’t reveal details before its official publication,' Dr. Grokhovsky said..."

[link to tass.ru]
 Quoting: FreakObserver


The meteorite impact in Russia was a directed weapon , a warning to Russia not to follow the western policy of killing inventors and their family's just for suppressing technology that must be gven to the people ZPE , free energy , cancer & aids cure & the such .

Investigate the path and what was destroyed bellow , the answer will be evident ...

and will give an idea of what awaits in the future with the next bigger ones (Real raw doom )

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WAR INSIDE MY HEAD.
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Asteroid, Meteor crash over Siberia HOAX - from Tunguska 1908 to Chelyabinsk 2013: Evolution of End Times Deception

1921, as ethnic german agent using the identity Lenin acts as President of the Soviet Union: first "scientist" reaches the scene of the "Tunguska asteroid crash" for the first time, 13 years later.
A century later, as an illuminati agent impersonating murdered Putin acts as president of the Russian Federation, the illuminati stage a parallel script.
But this time the main agenda is not selling the evolution theory hoax.
The Chelyabinsk meteor hoax is primarly mocking the russian human cattle about to be slaughtered in the final act of the script "Destruction of Russia".

Meteor hits Chelyabinsk, heart of Russia's weapons industry: exposed by Last Prophet and echoed by nobody ever since
An act of illuminati theater staged by fake Putin, executing orders of his boss, the Illuminati Grand Master Alexander Adolf Hitler.
Goal: mock russian human cattle suggesting that Russia is being punished by God.
As usually referencing the Bible.

Keep in mind:
- For a traitor, who additionally is a brainwashed member of a sect (the illuminati) teaching that "normal" russians must be exterminated, 1500 injured russians is a motive of joy.

Notes
Feb 2013, Terrorizing russians, celebrating the coming destruction of Russia using the ultimate weapon of the satanic arsenal, deception, in this case as traitors:
[link to www.youtube.com (secure)]

In the words of a psy-op "explaining" it:
The name of the city where the meteor fell, Cheliabinsk, is a take-off of the Bashkir word, "Chelyaba" which means "pit".
As in Rev 9, a star falls from heaven with the key to the bottomless pit.
God is telling us that Russis is a nation that is not spiritually inclined enough to avoid being nailed by a filesonic, imagebam, cloud file, meteor blast.
The meteor hit the heart of Russia's weapons industry, a nuclear research zone, and Russia has been accused of providing unwise nuclear assistance and proliferation to uncooperative, undeveloped nations.

Illuminati jokes, parallel scripts
With an estimated initial mass of about 12,000–13,000 metric tonnes, heavier than the Eiffel Tower), ...
it is the largest known natural object to have entered Earth's atmosphere since the 1908 Tunguska event that destroyed a wide, remote, forested area of Siberia.
The Chelyabinsk meteor is also the only meteor confirmed to have resulted in a large number of injuries.
[link to en.wikipedia.org (secure)]

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Do you actually believe this crap?
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The largest fragments went down near Lake Chebarkul, some 78 kilometers to the west of Chelyabinsk. A fragment of the meteorite that weighs more than 500 kilograms is kept in the Chelyabinsk Museum of Local History and Law, with researchers saying it is the largest meteoritic fragment ever found in the world.

It weighted 654 kilograms right after recovery from water of the lake. Then a lump of about 100 kg fell off from it.

In November 2104, the lump weighed 473 give or take 20 kg. On February 9, 2015, its weight was 505 kg and the most recent weighing that was done February 9 showed that thy lump had slimmed again and weighed 505.3 kg.

The scientists will take the weight of fragment in two years’ time again.
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Physical anti gravity materials?

WTF !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



Not anti gravity. Gas or unknown/detectable bio matter maybe
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I have been to Chelyabinsk and saw the meteorite. It's for display at a museum. It's quite small, but the mass is enormous. Intriguing stuff.
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Cool.

Did you get to pick it up to determine mass??




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:frms:
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Do you actually believe this crap?
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On the other hand I don't need to ask you if you believe the "Russia collapsing because of western sanctions" script.

Reminder:
Russia Vows to Respond to 'Illogical' European Union Sanctions
Moscow said today it would appropriately respond to the latest EU sanctions over the Ukraine conflict which target several prominent figures including a popular singer, condemning them as "inconsistent and illogical".
[link to www.ndtv.com]
 Quoting: firinne

Talk of 'Illogical' and "appropriate response":

Why oil price is half of its average production cost in the USA: - for dummies
Two main reasons:
1. From "Putin" to Iran, from Saudi Arabia to Nigeria: ALL illuminazi puppets transferring as much oil as they can to illuminati depots.
2. The oil futures currently being traded are not meant to be actually supplied.
** big-bang-now.blogspot
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If Russia, today, is so evil, why did unknown object fly in from behind meteor, blast it down to size, and take off into space, in a matter of micro-seconds?

Had this not happened, what would have been the result of impact, and where? Would you then say there is some other force at play here?
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bump
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It has been said that meteorite, it is known by the name Wormwood, I do not know if in russian we can find similitude to that, but anyways, from this meteorite a poison or a biological weapon will be created that will poison 1/3 of the seas, people and animals.

The fact that the meteorite study is not international, could only give more credence for this idea.

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