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Comment by patrick on March 15, 2012 at 7:02pm
Comment by Richard Levasseur on March 7, 2012 at 5:03am

Hi! I for one don't agree with your headline.To everyone that reads it produces fear in them and from this fear.They give their power away to bringing this experience or disaster to light.Not only to them but other's that fear along with them.My continued response to your headline will be.That this is happening now in a alternate timeline or has happened as the perception might be to you.The mind to co-create realities is a powerfull one and it has enough power.To deflect with given warning the path and direction of this object towards Earth/Gaia.There is no need to attract this experience to us.Only for the sake of our collective spiritual evolutionary paths.Its only a warning that we can do something about it now.Before its to late but its not to late.If we use this negative experience and transform it into something positive for the people of Earth.Like missing us entirely and allowing us to transform our realities in a less destructive and mellow dramatic way.

Comment by Maia Makalii on March 5, 2012 at 9:46pm
That's good news Simmy, thanks!
Comment by Simmy on March 5, 2012 at 10:44am

I found this article...


No, asteroid 2012 DA14 will not hit us next year

For the rt.com crowd, let’s get this out of the way right away: asteroid 2012 DA14 is almost certainly not going to hit the Earth next February. And by "almost certainly", I mean it: the odds of an impact are so low they are essentially zero. This does not rule out an impact at some future date, but for now we’re safe.

February 2013: a close shave:

Next year, on February 15, 2013, DA14 will actually get pretty close to Earth. It will pass us at a distance of about 27,000 km (17,000 miles) — well beneath many of our own orbiting satellites! To the best of my knowledge, this is the closest pass of a decent-sized asteroid ever seen before the actual pass itself.
However, let’s again be very clear: it will miss. In astronomical terms, 27,000 km is pretty close, but in real human terms it’s a clean miss.

read more: http://blogs.discovermagazine.com/badastronomy/

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