UPDATE: Russian Nuclear Anti-Ballistic Missile Splits The Chelyabinsk Meteor

UPDATE: Russian Nuclear Anti-Ballistic Missile Splits The Chelyabinsk Meteor

UPDATE: Russian Nuclear Anti-Ballistic Missile Splits The Chelyabinsk Meteor
By Ed Ward, MD

The plasma explosion of a Bolide Meteor http://www.brighthub.com/science/space/articles/115001.aspx  – Brilliant Flashes in the Sky – The Meteor Fireball is what is being claimed at Chelyabinsk and Cuba.

Nuclear Anti Ballistic Missile Exits After Explosion?  DU Armor?  Reminiscent of WTC Spires Demise?
Nuclear Anti Ballistic Missile Exits After Explosion? DU Armor? Reminiscent of WTC Spires Demise?

“Bolides that Explode: Exploding bolides are also called detonating fireballs. The reason why some bolides explode has to do with the composition of the object. If the internal composition is water-ice then the bolide will likely explode. This is because as the meteor enters the Earth’s atmosphere and begins to descend, ram pressure generates a shock wave produced by the compression of gases in the Earth’s atmosphere. This ram pressure causes the meteor to heat up which causes the water-ice inside the meteor to boil and when it reaches a critical stage it explodes violently, fragmenting the object into much smaller pieces. The smaller pieces will burn up through the atmosphere, seldom causing any injury to humans or damage to property.”

The above scenario leaves very few fragments as in the comet explosion over Tunguska in 1908 http://www.physics.purdue.edu/people/faculty/yekim/1908_Tunguska_Kim.pdf . Since the entire projectile is the explosion it tends to leave very few fragments, unlike Chelyabinsk which left 2 masses almost equal to the original in size.

“Christopher Chyba and others have proposed a process whereby a stony meteorite could have exhibited the behavior of the Tunguska impactor. Their models show that when the forces opposing a body’s descent become greater than the cohesive force holding it together, it blows apart, releasing nearly all its energy at once. The result is no crater, and damage distributed over a fairly wide radius, all of the damage being blast and thermal.

Three-dimensional numerical modelling of the Tunguska impact done by Utyuzhnikov and Rudenko in 2008 supports the comet hypothesis. According to their results, the comet matter dispersed in the atmosphere, while the destruction of the forest was caused by the shock wave.” Tunguska event – Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tunguska_event

All of the above references show virtually very little to no fragments remain from bollide explosions. But, at Chelyabinsk we have an explosion more similar to an explosion on solid rock with large fragments emerging.

It’s no secret that Chelyabinsk is home to top secret research and is virtually surrounded by other top secret research cities.

“Chelyabinsk has had a long association (since the 1940s) with top-secret nuclear research, though this is more properly applicable to Chelyabinsk Oblast as a whole, as nuclear facilities such as Chelyabinsk-70 are, or were, located far outside the city.
Chelyabinsk – Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chelyabinsk

“Chelyabinsk is an industrial city about the same size as New Orleans. Andrey says it’s surrounded by other off-limits cities where top secret work is done,…” Local man from Chelyabinsk http://www.fox8live.com/story/21221039/a-local-man-from-chelyabinsk-reacts-to-meteor-strike-near-his-family

Enter: “Anti-Ballistic Missile – Gazelle:

UPDATED: Insane ABM Anti-Ballistic Missile – Gazelle – AWESOME Specs http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=cf1_1354769714

UPDATED: Gazelle information is Russian – wait for the translate button on top for english – Excellent pictures portable http://military.tomsk.ru/blog/topic-350.html

53T6 (NATO reporting name: ABM-3 Gazelle, previously SH-0[1] is a Russian anti-ballistic missile which works as part of the A-135 anti-ballistic missile system. It was designed in early 1980s and put in service in 1995.[2]

The missile is able to intercept incoming re-entry vehicles at a distance of up to 80*100 km. 53T6 is a two-staged solid-propellant missile armed with 10 kt nuclear warhead. The missile is about 10 meters in length and 1 meter in diameter. Its launch weight is 10 tons.[1][3]

The 53T6 missile is kept in silo-based launch container. Prior to launch its cover is blown off.

It was last tested in October 2009.[4] The Gazelle is a follow-on development of the ABM-1 Galosh.”53T6 – http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/53T6

Unverified close up of meteor, if verified would be documented proof of missile. http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=WaQIPBqoQ-Q

Watch the Flash and the Blast Wave – also note the timing is consistent with flash and then a pressure wave – not some sonic boom from breaking the sound barrier: Meteorite shards hit Russia after explosion in the sky – http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/video/2013/feb/15/meteor-shards-russia-explosion-video

“Experts have been scouring a 50-foot hole in a frozen lake on the outskirts of Chelyabinsk, in the Urals, believed to have been carved out when the fireball crashed to the ground.

And after three days of combing the ice for clues, they have finally unearthed fragments of stone which each have a strong magnetic field and emit unusually high traces of radiation – clear signs that it came from space.” Russian Meteor PICTURED: First fragments of meteorite, tests show it DID come from space http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2280416/Russian-Meteor-PICTURED-First-fragments-meteorite-tests-DID-come-space.html

So we have evidence of significant mass leaving a 50 foot hole – not consistent with a bolide explosion and radiation which would have to be present in a nuked meteor and might be present in some meteors .Meteorites slam into Russia as meteor seen streaking through morning sky http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-202_162-57569551/meteorites-slam-into-russia-as-meteor-seen-streaking-through-morning-sky/

Providing the unverified video hasn’t been ‘touched’ up, there is significant evidence a missile was used at Chelyabinsk. This would have had to have been an automatic response since the entire response from start to interception was less than 20 seconds.

The barely noted meteor explosion in Cuba is very similar to the Russian explosion. Brief heat signature in the sky followed by an explosion which one Cuban described the explosion as brighter than 10 suns. Was another meteor caught in a Russian anti-ballistic missile response network?

Follow Up: Did a Russian Nuclear Anti-Ballistic Missile Split the Chelyabinsk Meteor? http://rense.com/general95/dida.html  This article questioned briefly did the Cuban meteor also get caught in an Russian ABM Network and wondered about authenticity of the video.

UPDATED: Based on the complete lack of information about any damage or ‘meteor fragments found’ that were to be found in a government inquiry, multiple different dates reported for the Cuban meteor, and the falsification of video… As stated to Jeff http://rense.com/  about a week after the Chelyabinsk ABM article, with his concurrence: “Between no pics, fake video (cuba vid is a 2006 mexican meteor which behaves as a meteor should), ‘a woman’ said, ‘a man’ said, it happening sometime from the day before to a day after Russian meteor, and no fragments – it appears the Cuban meteor explosion is just cover for the (Chelyabinsk) ABM auto response to a hot object entering the atmosphere above an ABM site, IMO http://english.ruvr.ru/2013_02_17/Meteorite-explodes-over-Cuba-VIDEO/  “

UPDATED: “According to some reports, the meteor was intercepted by the air defense complex at the Urzhumka village near the Russian city of Chelyabinsk, when a salvo missile allegedly burst the “shooting star” at an altitude of 20 kilometers.” http://english.ruvr.ru/2013_02_15/Urals-meteorite-allegedly-intercepted-by-Russia-s-air-defense/

UPDATED: The authenticity of the video was corroborated by 2 other videos from 2 different angles, one only slightly. The videos were of lesser quality but essentially show the same. http://siberiantimes.com/weird-and-wonderful/news-and-features/news/so-did-a-ufo-shoot-down-the-famous-chelyabinsk-meteorite-last-month/  As noted to Jeff’s response above about the Cuban meteor fraud – “Good call” with the preceding link. “Not sure if I had seen this particular one, there are several similar, all being pushed as UFOs. Pretty sure I almost sent similar one, but didn’t because of ‘ufo intervention’ being pushed. I rechecked it after you posted on your site. Good link IMO, despite the ufo cover.

Updated 10-16-13: 1,200  lb rock meteorite fragment removed from lake – Note: Not a Bolidehttp://rt.com/news/largest-fragment-meteorite-lifted-258/

I still find it interesting how ‘enemy’ countries will not venture into some areas. IE, US – everyone with a satellite – definitely has to know a missile was fired and not a peep. Just like everyone with a satellite has all the information needed to prove 9-11. Same with Osama – 2001 obituary never noted. There is a level at which even enemies co-conspire.”

See – FBI: COINTELPRO for the SOP – Standard Operating Procedure of Disinformation for a brief listing of the depth used in all the covert information government alphabet agencies.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/COINTELPRO See – Operation Northwoods for the SOP of military operations to start wars. http://www.thepriceofliberty.org/04/10/15/ward.htm

Russian Gazelle ABM Strikes Chelyabinsk Meteor
Russian Gazelle ABM Strikes Chelyabinsk Meteor – Then Disintegrates

Update: 9-10-13.  1,000 lb Chelyabinsk Meteor Fragment Found in Water – I’m unable to comment about this at Russia Today, RT.  RT is censoring the ABM data and a lot more, so like US media it must be examined thoroughly for ‘correct’ and ‘factual’ information surrounded by propaganda BS.  http://rt.com/news/chelyabinsk-meteorite-recovery-lake-660/

Update: 9-14-13.

Direction Changing, 'Dark',  er, 'Light', er 'Invisible' Reflections' that coincide exactly with the 'reflection' passing through the meteor with a precisely timed 'explosion'? Even a 'residual DU armored' missile, in my mastering of crude basic Physics, should have 'vaporized' at the time of the nuclear explosion.  Apparently, my crude assumptions were off by a second or so.
Direction Changing, ‘Dark’, er, ‘Light’, er ‘Invisible’ Reflections’ that coincide exactly with the ‘reflection’ passing through the meteor with a precisely timed ‘explosion’? Even a ‘residual DU armored’ missile, in my mastering of crude basic Physics, should have ‘vaporized’ at the time of the nuclear explosion. Apparently, my crude assumptions were off by a second or so.

Chelyabinsk ABM Exits Meteor after Nuclear Explosion?  Only for a second.  Exit photo: http://siberiantimes.com/PICTURES/WEIRD-AND-WONDERFUL/saved-by-UFO/standard%20possible%20ufo%202.jpg

Update 4-20-14: This is a meteor exactly the way it’s supposed to go, unless it’s a bolide. Russian meteor minus the nuke.  Spectacular fireball from space explodes over Russian city (VIDEO)  http://rt.com/news/meteorite-murmansk-explosion-space-588/

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Update: Proven 9-11 Nukes –

Correction: 9-11 WTCs 1, 2, 6, and 7 Neutron Nuked.
by Ed Ward, MD https://edwardmd.wordpress.com/2013/02/18/correction-9-11-wtcs-1-2-6-and-7-neutron-nuked/

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Author: Ed Ward MD

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6 thoughts on “UPDATE: Russian Nuclear Anti-Ballistic Missile Splits The Chelyabinsk Meteor”

  1. Excellent way of telling, and fastidious post to take facts concerning my presentation
    topic, which i am going to convey in university.

  2. Massive meteor that slammed into Russia in February left cosmic dust that showered Earth for MONTHS. Can’t seem to find radioactive particles from Fukushima, but can find particles from meteor that got nuked. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2396661/Meteor-slammed-Russia-February-left-cosmic-dust-showered-Earth-MONTHS.html#ixzz2cO147FMF

    6. Can a fireball create a sound? Will the sound occur right away, as you watch the fireball, or is their some delay?

    There are two reported types of sounds generated by very bright fireballs, both of which are quite rare. These are sonic booms, and electrophonic sounds.

    If a very bright fireball, usually greater than magnitude -8, penetrates to the stratosphere, below an altitude of about 50 km (30 miles), and explodes as a bolide, there is a chance that sonic booms may be heard on the ground below. This is more likely if the bolide occurs at an altitude angle of about 45 degrees or so for the observer, and is less likely if the bolide occurs overhead (although still possible) or near the horizon. Because sound travels quite slowly, at only about 20 km per minute, it will generally be 1.5 to 4 minutes after the visual explosion before any sonic boom can be heard. Observers who witness such spectacular events are encouraged to listen for a full 5 minutes after the fireball for potential sonic booms.

    Another form of sound frequently reported with bright fireballs is “electrophonic” sound, which occurs coincidentally with the visible fireball. The reported sounds range from hissing static, to sizzling, to popping sounds. Often, the witness of such sounds is located near some metal object when the fireball occurs. Additionally, those with a large amount of hair seem to have a better chance of hearing these sounds. Electrophonic sounds have never been validated scientifically, and their origin is unknown. Currently, the most popular theory is the potential emission of VLF radio waves by the fireball, although this has yet to be verified.

    7. How bright does a meteor have to be before there is a chance of it reaching the ground as a meteorite?

    Generally speaking, a fireball must be greater than about magnitude -8 to -10 in order to potentially produce a meteorite fall. Two important additional requirements are that (1) the parent meteoroid must be of asteroidal origin, composed of sufficiently sturdy material for the trip through the atmosphere, and (2) the meteoroid must enter the atmosphere as a relatively slow meteor. Meteoroids of asteroid origin make up only a small percentage (about 5%) of the overall meteoroid population, which is primarily cometary in nature.

    Photographic fireball studies have indicated that a fireball must usually still be generating visible light below the 20 km (12 mile) altitude level in order to have a good probability of producing a meteorite fall. Very bright meteors of magnitude -15 or better have been studied which produced no potential meteorites, especially those having a cometary origin.

    8. Can a meteorite dropping fireball be observed all the way to impact with the ground?

    No. At some point, usually between 15 to 20 km (9-12 miles or 48,000-63,000 feet) altitude, the meteoroid remnants will decelerate to the point that the ablation process stops, and visible light is no longer generated. This occurs at a speed of about 2-4 km/sec (4500-9000 mph).
    From that point onward, the stones will rapidly decelerate further until they are falling at their terminal velocity, which will generally be somewhere between 0.1 and 0.2 km/sec (200 mph to 400 mph). Moving at these rapid speeds, the meteorite(s) will be essentially invisible during this final “dark flight” portion of their fall.

    12. How fast are meteorites traveling when they reach the ground? (Interesting how the mass of the meteor kept ‘changing’)

    Meteoroids enter the earth’s atmosphere at very high speeds, ranging from 11 km/sec to 72 km/sec (25,000 mph to 160,000 mph). However, similar to firing a bullet into water, the meteoroid will rapidly decelerate as it penetrates into increasingly denser portions of the atmosphere. This is especially true in the lower layers, since 90 % of the earth’s atmospheric mass lies below 12 km (7 miles / 39,000 ft) of height.

    At the same time, the meteoroid will also rapidly lose mass due to ablation. In this process, the outer layer of the meteoroid is continuously vaporized and stripped away due to high speed collision with air molecules. Particles from dust size to a few kilograms mass are usually completely consumed in the atmosphere.

    Due to atmospheric drag, most meteorites, ranging from a few kilograms up to about 8 tons (7,000 kg), will lose all of their cosmic velocity while still several miles up. At that point, called the retardation point, the meteorite begins to accelerate again, under the influence of the Earth’s gravity, at the familiar 9.8 meters per second squared. The meteorite then quickly reaches its terminal velocity of 200 to 400 miles per hour (90 to 180 meters per second). The terminal velocity occurs at the point where the acceleration due to gravity is exactly offset by the deceleration due to atmospheric drag.

    Meteoroids of more than about 10 tons (9,000 kg) will retain a portion of their original speed, or cosmic velocity, all the way to the surface. A 10-ton meteroid entering the Earth’s atmosphere perpendicular to the surface will retain about 6% of its cosmic velocity on arrival at the surface. For example, if the meteoroid started at 25 miles per second (40 km/s) it would (if it survived its atmospheric passage intact) arrive at the surface still moving at 1.5 miles per second (2.4 km/s), packing (after considerable mass loss due to ablation) some 13 gigajoules of kinetic energy.

    On the very large end of the scale, a meteoroid of 1000 tons (9 x 10^5 kg) would retain about 70% of its cosmic velocity, and bodies of over 100,000 tons or so will cut through the atmosphere as if it were not even there. Luckily, such events are extraordinarily rare.

    All this speed in atmospheric flight puts great pressure on the body of a meteoroid. Larger meteoroids, particularly the stone variety, tend to break up between 7 and 17 miles (11 to 27 km) above the surface due to the forces induced by atmospheric drag, and perhaps also due to thermal stress. A meteoroid which disintegrates tends to immediately lose the balance of its cosmic velocity because of the lessened momentum of the remaining fragments. The fragments then fall on ballistic paths, arcing steeply toward the earth. The fragments will strike the earth in a roughly elliptical pattern (called a distribution, or dispersion ellipse) a few miles long, with the major axis of the ellipse being oriented in the same direction as the original track of the meteoroid. The larger fragments, because of their greater momentum, tend to impact further down the ellipse than the smaller ones. These types of falls account for the “showers of stones” that have been occasionally recorded in history. Additionally, if one meteorite is found in a particular area, the chances are favorable for there being others as well.

  3. At first I too thought something hit the meteorite in this frame that is until I measured the speed of the projectile with the dust on the windshield as the guy rounded the bend and guess what its a perfect match and for that reason alone I had to exclude it from my meteor video.

    If something did indeed travel fast enough to hit the meteor from behind it must have been some kind of high speed energy pulse in order to catch up to the meteor and plow straight through it. Theres no way it could have been a missile because the meteor was traveling way too fast for any missile to catch up with minus a photon torpedo out of star trek not to mention the missile would have exploded instead of appearing to penetrate the rock. Nevertheless I did find evidence that the meteor was impacted by three objects and each time it was impacted the meteor responded immediately. Anything that is fast enough to catch a meteor must be some sort of particle beam or energy blast.

    1. Well, let’s see. First, There were 3 videos, all showed a ‘changing color’ ‘dust’ – as you claim, then ask questions about things you have not even checked – like the 2 other videos. SHOWS YOU HAVEN’T EVEN READ THE ARTICLE YOU ARE COMMENTING ON. The PROVEN NON EXPLODING METEOR – SOLID IRON ROCK – SLOWS TREMENDOUSLY AS IT ENTERS THE ATMOSPHERE – note how a meteor starts to get red hot – friction from the air is so great – tons of iron is heated WHITE hot in about 5 seconds? – friction slows down objects moving through ‘friction’. BTW, Star Trek is a movie – it’s not real. BTW, I dumped the BS link, but kept the post. Try reading the article, that will answer many of your mis-statements/questions. Then try actually looking for the facts – that have already been noted WITH MULTIPLE REFERENCES. Sure, find out 2 or 3 facts out of 100’s that have to be evaluated, that’s all you need is about 1/10th fact and 9/10 complete BS statements. Thanks for your insights. Ed Ward, MD

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