YU 55 The Hidden History
Credit: YU 55 radar image via by Goldstone Deep Space Communications Facility
YU 55, formally, Asteroid 2000 YU 55, originally 1/4 mile across, 8/10 of the distance from here to the Moon (~200,000 nautical miles = YU 55‘s distance from Earth) and traveling fast enough, 30,000 mph, to cause massive Pacific-wide tsunamis and crack the ocean floor if YU 55 had hit, has now been diverted and will NOT hit the Earth. Informed sources do NOT say whether Earth will be pelted with radioactive meteorites as a result of this first successful diversion of an inbound asteroid via human weaponry. That weaponry was thermonuclear, a converted MK? gravity bomb of 3-5 megaton yield, launched from Vandenberg Air Force Base (AFB), Launch Complex Five, California on some variety of the problematic Atlas-Centaur rocket in a crash effort Tuesday, November 8, 2011 “sometime betweeen midnight and 1 a.m. local time.” Detonation was confirmed through an electromagnetic pulse (EMP) received by radio telescopes at Arecibo Observatory, Puerto Rico and the National Radio Astronomy Observatory, Green Bank. West Virginia.
YU 55 — Alarming Coincidences
“Coincidentally,” the expected impact window, November 9-10, saw the EXERCISE PACIC WAVE 11 (tsunami response) in full swing, and the FCC’s conducting a “communication exercise” Tuesday, November 8. As the video explains, Asteroid YU 55 Info on YouTube, there are way too many “coincidences” occurring at once, especially to those of us who recall the scenario being gamed on 9/11, which just “happened” to mirror what actually occurred, and that fulfilled the “New Pearl Harbor” desired by the Project for a New American Century (PNAC).
YU 55 — “The Lie Is Different at Every Level” (Richard Hoagland)
YU 55 seems to fit Mr. Hoagland’s insider quote, obtained from a military intelligence officer, to a “T.” The media kept/were kept quiet, public officials were not at all forthcoming, yet a complicated, large scale tsunami disaster relief force for a YU 55 strike was already in place, its presence covered by the long-planned above exercise, itself suspicious; communication links were quietly tested by the FCC, and an all-out effort was mounted by Vandenberg AFB to avert a disastrous asteroid strike using a cobbled together impromptu launch platform and warhead combination to do what had never been done before–divert an onrushing asteroid, in this case, YU 55. While those involved in the effort were jubilant, there has been zero information since, which may mean we’re not out of the woods yet, especially if radioactive chunks of YU 55 are still inbound. If so, these pieces of YU 55 will strike Earth “sometime next week.”
The YU 55 story presented above now has a wholly unexpected Cold War plot twist. It turns out that the warhead, contrary to earlier reports, was not a converted U.S. thermonuclear gravity bomb, but something far more unusual–a 3-megaton Russian R-12/ SS-4 SANDAL IRBM (Intermediate Range Ballistic Missile) warhead assembled from obsolete Russian warheads sent to the United States for safe disassembly and disposal when the Cold War ended. The SS-4 SANDAL is the very same IRBM whose installation in Cuba triggered the 1962 Cuban Missile Crisis, and its use, by the U.S., to attempt to divert YU 55 is remarkable, to say the least!