Wednesday, April 6, 2011

NASA just puts out excuse for "fireballs" in the sky to be seen as normal this time of year!

NASA just announces!: 

CONVENIENTLY time release today plainly states that:
Spring has arrived in the Northern Hemisphere, which means that birds are chirping, flowers are blooming — and fireballs are lighting up the sky, NASA says.

For some mysterious reason, the number of fireballs — dramatic meteors that blaze brighter than any planet when they burn up in Earth's atmosphere — peaks at this time of year.

"Spring is fireball season," said Bill Cooke, of NASA's Meteoroid Environment Center, in a statement. "For reasons we don't fully understand, the rate of bright meteors climbs during the weeks around the vernal equinox." [Spectacular Leonid Meteor Photos]
Being a schooled astronomer to a degree I DO know with certainty that this is just plain diversionary excuse making and OFFICIAL policy stating for the record right before we should be seeing many "lights" in the sky in the days to come for some weird reason....

Fireballs happen every day normally, and there are even meteor showers on regular schedule....what we have here is blanket ass covering for something else.

 They were nice enough to tell some truth to the matter by saying:
"We've known about this phenomenon for more than 30 years," Cooke said. "It's not only fireballs that are affected. Meteorite falls — space rocks that actually hit the ground — are more common in spring as well."

30 years is about the time they had in trying to figure out the whole Planet X (Nibiru) mystery they were searching answers for.  

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