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13 April 2009 @ 12:47 pm
Apophis 2029-Apr-13 21:46 ± < 00:010.10/0.00026 (20 years to another sunspot minimum=more gravity)  
The ordered and arranged unmanned spaceships will require a spaceport outside the orbit of mars to facilitate permanent control over it and other future NEOs. *working a lot better* is http://www.livescience.com/strangenews/090123-teleportation-atoms.html Entanglement, an element of Quantum physics, is the expression of like properties as teleportation. I share in an idea that our capacities to emotionally breathe on each other's minds is another example of teleportation. As we are confronted with extinction level phenomena (like Apophis), we find religious praise instructions, effectually teleportation, to create a protective tightness to earth's magnetic and gravitational fields, as essentially one body of christ. I can stretch this out with more exigetical proofs but...that is annoying The math described below will change as a result of http://andyadkins.livejournal.com/199341.html http://www.livescience.com/strangenews/090123-teleportation-atoms.html. http://neo.jpl.nasa.gov/cgi-bin/neo_ca?type=NEO&hmax=all&sort=dist&sdir=ASC&tlim=future&dmax=0.05AU&max_rows=0&fmt=full&action=Display+Table&show=1 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:2004mn4d4_s.gif http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:2004mn4d5_s.gif

99942 Apophis (previously known by its provisional designation 2004 MN4) is a near-Earth asteroid that caused a brief period of concern in December 2004 because initial observations indicated a relatively large probability that it would strike the Earth in 2029. Additional observations provided improved predictions that eliminated the possibility of an impact on Earth or the Moon in 2029. However there remained a possibility that during the 2029 close encounter with Earth, Apophis would pass through a "gravitational keyhole", a precise region in space no more than about 400 meters across, that would set up a future impact on April 13, 2036. This possibility kept the asteroid at Level 1 on the Torino impact hazard scale until August 2006. It broke the record for the highest level on the Torino Scale, being, for only a short time, a level 4, before it was lowered.[1]

Additional observations of the trajectory of Apophis revealed the "keyhole" would likely be missed and on August 5, 2006, Apophis was lowered to a Level 0 on the Torino Scale. As of October 19, 2006, the impact probability for April 13, 2036, is estimated at 1 in 45,000. An additional impact date in 2037 has been identified; however, the impact probability for that encounter is 1 in 12.3 million.

Despite the fact that there is no longer any significant probability of an Earth impact, the Planetary Society is offering $50,000 in prize awards for a few of the best plans to put a tracking device on or near the asteroid.[2]



1)the sun's plasma conveyor belt is stopping. the belt's movement is a release mechanism for solar energy (the release mechanism is sunspots)
a) gravity is changing because the suin is gaining mass when it keeps more energy

3) Considering the specific solar circumstances leading to the 120,000 yr decline of earth's magnetic field/ atmosphere ( Deep Down Things: The Brreathtaking Beauty of Particle Pnysics)

a) alongside extinction level phenomena and the idea that the oldest human tales are talking about the conditions which led to the last population bottleneck
http://www.livescience.com/strangenews/090123-teleportation-atoms.html.