Corporate Media Claims YU55 Has NO Chance of Hitting Earth or the Moon as NASA Coverup Continues

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The Intel Hub
November 5, 2011

The corporate media has predictably fallen in line with NASA and is claiming that YU55 poses no threat to earth or the moon. The fact of the matter is, anyone who thinks NASA is even at all truthful on ANY topic has not studied history.

The corporate controlled media apparently finds it perfectly acceptable to completely trust a government agency started by Nazis, complete with a long history of outright lies and cover ups.

The media is also completely ignoring the connections between  YU55, the FEMA/FCC takeover drill, and the massive Tsunami drill all happening on the exact same day.

The fact of the matter is no one actually knows exactly what is going to happen on the 9th(including NASA and The Intel Hub)

The difference between the corporate media and the alternative media is that we do not automatically promote the government line.

http://wearechangetv.us/wp-content/uploads/2011/11/3683d__541440main_2005_YU55_approach.gifNASA YU55 Path – Can We Trust Them?

Asteroid 2005 YU55 To Narrowly Miss Earth (PHOTOS, VIDEO)

 
The Huffington Post
November 5, 2011

An asteroid a quarter-mile-wide will, astronomically speaking, narrowly miss Earth next week.

And while it is the closest an asteroid this size has come to the home planet since 1976, there’s no need to call Bruce Willis … yet.

“There is no chance that this object will collide with the Earth or moon,” Don Yeomans, the manager of NASA’s Near Earth Object Program office, told Reuters.

But that doesn’t mean the asteroid — named 2005 YU55 — won’t be a threat to earth in the future.

Lance Benner, a research scientist at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, said in a video from NASA (available below) that scientists haven’t been able to reliably compute the asteroid’s path beyond a couple of hundred years from now.

At its closest point, the space rock will be about 201,700 miles (324,600 kilometers) away, which is 0.85 the distance between the moon and the Earth.

NASA says that the asteroid will reach this point at 6:28 p.m. EST on Tuesday.

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