We are all going to die soon!

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    Either we are going to die of natural causes, or we might die of rocks falling to earth as we travel through the galactic plane.

    I have long postulated that there is a layer of rock debris in the central plane of our galaxy, along what we would call the Galactic Equator.

    If I am right, as we approach the center of the galaxy (GALACTIC PLANE) in our wobble path every 5000 or so years (see Mayan Long Count Calendar), we should see more and more meteor and larger (i.e. Asteroids) strikes in the coming months. The Mayans did not say anything about meteors, so this is my claim alone.

    This falling rocks from the sky anomaly will build in intensity until we are dead center in the plane of the Galaxy in late December of 2012. Dead Center could very well equal DEATH for HUMANITY and other living things.

    It appears that nobody has named this rocky zone of death. For want of a better name, I will name the belt after my Great Grandfather, Berthold. We will just call it the Berthold belt.

    Expect the meteor ground strikes to increase dramatically in the coming months.
     
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    I remember when you used to be half sane.
     
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    When was Neubarth even half sane??

    Guess I missed it. :doubt:
     
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    It sounds like you need a short course on astronomy; that would help a lot. Assumptions like these cause doubt to be cast on your premises on economics
     
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    Little problem with your theory...NASA has a "sentry" radar (or is it radio) system that tracks "problem" asteroids. They believe they can see material that could impact earth about 100 years into the future.
    The chances of any body capable of threatening the planet is "razor thin".
     
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    Actually, I have studied Astronomy. Do you know that you can not see the center of the Milky Way Galaxy because of what Astronomers call Cosmic Dust?

    Yep, there may be dust there, and some of the particles may be as big as Mt. Everest, and they are not concentrated in the center of the plane but quite fairly distributed just like the planets are distributed around the sun.

    Mathematically, the largest asteroids should be about where we are going to cross the plane in two years. Sort of like, if we were trying to cross the plane of the Solar System we chose to cross right where Jupiter and Saturn are located.
     
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    Where can I get a helmet?
     
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    I guess 75 years or so is very soon in the glactic time scale of things.
     

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