Strategic Defence of the Earth 

Asteroid-Collision Defence

 Rolf Witzsche
researcher, author, producer, and publisher

The plasma-electric environment surrounding the solar system is presently in a process of getting weaker as a part of the ongoing transition to the coming Next Ice Age. The changing electric environment has many secondary effects, some with rather large potential consequences for humanity, such as increasing asteroid 'showers.'

Some of the asteroids that impact with the Earth atmosphere, evidently originate in the asteroid belt. The belt is a collection of rocks and micro-planets orbiting the Sun between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter. Although the entire mass of the belt adds up to only 4% of the mass of our moon, a collection of 100,000 of these objects were known to exist at the year 2000, with more being discovered.


The Asteroid Belt

Since these rocks, no matter how small they are, do have mass, and their resulting gravity attracts other particles of mass, including the free-flowing protons and electrons that pervade all space, which have an electric charge, all asteroids are inherently electrically charged bodies. With the bodies being electrically charged, their orbits in belt-type shape are electrically maintained in the heliospheric electric environment. (See: Electro Astrophysics)

While the asteroids all orbit in the same direction, their orbits are not precisely synchronized so that collisions may occur. However, with the asteroids being electrically charged bodies of the same 'polarity,' they repel each other at close distance whereby their orbits are being deflected. Now that the electric environment is beginning to change with the conditions that cause the ice age transition, additional factors of instability are introduced, resulting in stronger deflections, including those that deflect the rocks into the path of the Earth's orbit. As a result of the changing electric environment we will see increasing encounters with asteroids.

A second asteroid belt, the Kuiper Belt, exists beyond the orbit of Neptune between 30 and 50 AU distant from the Sun.


The Kuiper Belt

The Kuiper Belt is similar to the inner asteroid belt, but is 20 times wider and up to 200 times more massive. It is believed to contain more than 100,000 objects that are larger than 100 km in size. A number of miniature 'planets' or the type of Pluto, including Pluto, are known to orbit through the Kuiper Belt. Deflected asteroids from this distance would likely be larger and have a much greater velocity. Extensive damage would likely result should they impact with the Earth. With the electric environment now changing in the solar system, the Earth's encounter with Kuiper Belt Objects (KBOs) will likely become more common too.

However, there exists a still larger collection of asteroid type objects, surrounding the solar system. It is called the Oort cloud.

The Oort cloud is actually made up of two structures: an inner doughnut shaped cloud, 0.030.32 ly distant; and a spherical outer cloud, 0.320.79 ly distant. The outer cloud, all by itself, is believed to contain several trillion individual objects larger than 1 km in diameter, with many billions in the range of 20 km in size.

The spherical form of the outer Oort cloud is evidently electrically maintained, by the repulsive force of the electric charge of its objects versus the electric charge of the solar heliosphere. However, with the ongoing changes in the electric environment that are typical for the ice age transition dynamics, deflections of objects in the cloud would logically occur. 

The 'planet' Sedna, an object 1,000 km across, with an orbit of 11,400 years, may have been the result of fallout from the cloud that was captured by the solar gravity. The collision of an object of this size with the Earth, would demolish the Earth completely. It is not possible, over such great distances, to discover smaller objects, like comets, that may be on a direct collision course with the Earth.

How great is the danger to the Earth from all of these sources? It may be larger than we expect. We have no historic records available what the conditions were during the last ice age transition 100,000 years ago. Most likely gigantic impact events have occurred as recent as the 'brief' period of the current interglacial. One such event may have created the Sahara desert.

It is highly probable that a major collision with a swarm of comet fragments or similar objects has occurred roughly 6,000 to 8,000 years ago that disintegrated in the atmosphere under electric stress fracturing and covered the Sahara with hundreds of feet of sand. Rock drawings in the Sahara show images of crocodiles. One wouldn't expect those if the creatures hadn't lived there. The transformation happened too swiftly to be caused by factors of erosion. The event may have wiped out the advanced civilization that had constructed the Giza pyramids, which were built around 12,800 years ago, according to modern researchers (see: Dimensions of Culture). The event that showered the Sahara with sand caused a cultural reset at the cradle of civilization that humanity has apparently not yet recovered from, as in the vacuum of this reset to oligarchic system of empire developed that should have never been seen on the face of the planet, which remains dominant to the present day and is on the fast track of destroying civilization and humanity with it, economically, morally, and politically (see: Mental Malpractice & Animal Magnetism - and Restoring the Glass Steagall law).

Asteroid-type collisions are definitely a danger to our civilization, if not to humanity as a whole. Unlike the danger of nuclear war, which likewise can cause the conditions in the space of hours that will lead to the extinction of humanity, the danger of the potential asteroid conditions is more difficult to deal with. On the political front humanity has the power to destroy or disable all of its nuclear weapons in the space of a day, and thereby end the danger to itself of a nuclear war, while the asteroid danger can only be dealt with by means of building up an extensive presence in space for detection, and for a powerful capability for asteroid deflection.

Since the Earth is presently in a period of a mayor astrophysical transition, the time to become serious about the defending the Earth against dangers from space, as an aspect of defending humanity against all critical dangers, is now.

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