This is just the first of 4 major impacts on
Earth within a year's time.
There has been loss of life, property damage, and
massive craters left behind in the wake.
The most recent asteroid strike was in Allentown
Pennsylvania (My Home Town) where it destroyed 5 houses, damaged over 40 homes,
left 5 people dead, and caused a huge crater right in the middle of town. Like
the San Bruno explosion, this too is being labeled as a natural gas explosion.
Around 3:10PM Sunday
afternoon residents of Colombia were
awestruck when the clear sky was cracked
open by a massive fireball that exploded
upon impact leaving a 300 foot wide crater
and a lot of rattled nerves.
THE ASTEROID IMPACT IN
SAN BRUNO, CALIFORNIA
it was a ruptured GAS line that caused a
massive explosion destroying a small
neighborhood. What they don't know is what
"Caused" the fuel line to explode. Maybe it
had something to do with the giant fireball
reported in the news?
big clue is that right before the San Bruno
explosion happened, a 1.1 Earthquake
happened and it was 0 KM deep and in the
same spot. A small impact event would
register on as an Earthquake.
10, 2010 at 01:11:12 UTC
Thursday, September 09, 2010
at 06:11:12 PM at epicenter
(~0 mile) (poorly constrained)
SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA,
1 km (1 miles) WSW (258°)
from San Bruno, CA
4 km (2 miles) E (90°) from
4 km (2 miles) SSW (201°)
from South San
8 km (5 miles) SSE (164°)
from Daly City, CA
14 km (8 miles) NW (304°)
from San Mateo, CA
17 km (11 miles) S (187°)
from San Francisco City
horizontal +/- 0.3 km (0.2
miles); depth +/- 31.6 km (19.6
In this video
the event happens at 5 seconds into the
video and the fireball happens at 8 seconds.
There is a 3 second delay from initial event
to the fireball. You can see the shockwave
coming out as the video starts and the
fireball following at 3 seconds later.
THE ASTEROID IMPACT IN
is only about 15 miles from my home town in
Pennsylvania where I was born. When I was in
my early 20s I used to go "clubbing" just a
few blocks from the blast zone.
Notice the huge
crater. Gas explosions do not leave massive
craters, especially that deep. A person
could understand a crater that was a couple
feet deep, but, not like the image shows
I talked with
John Moore, who personally told me that he
has witnessed the destruction left by a US
made 500LB bomb hitting pavement. He told me
that the destruction left behind by a 500LB
bomb only leaves a crater about 5 feet deep.
I also talked
with Dr. Bill Deagle who was on scene at 2
major gas explosions. He told me that the
explosions were bigger than the ones in
either San Bruno or Allentown and that they
did not leave behind a crater.
The energy from
a gas explosion blows upwards and out. As
with any energy it will follow the path of
least resistance, which in the case of a gas
explosion is upward.
The buildings in
Allentown, PA are all between 100 and 200
years old. These buildings were built strong
and have a thick concrete foundation. The
energy "should have" bounced off the ground
and radiated upwards if it was just a gas
Also note that
Earth "supposedly" had a near miss at the
same time. The same was true for the San
Bruno and the Colombia events.