A week ago after hearing and reading about various warnings for the potential impact of Asteroid TX68 in March, I wrote this article:
Lori Buelow posted this Youtube video based on my earlier article about the potential impact – or more likely near miss of Asteroid TX68 on March 5, 2016.
If you watch the video above, the next one that plays is this more analytical video, showing various sites with data and explaining that current NASA data shows this asteroid orbit as uncertain – but likely to come within 10,000 miles of Earth.
So what do we need to take away from all this? First, there is an asteroid and many think it could impact the earth on March 5. Second, NASA has recently created a Department of Planetary Defense to deal with asteroid impacts. Third, Homeland Security and the National Guard are being deployed to the east coast of the United States right now, presumably because of imminent record snowfall from Washington DC through the Northeast. But if they don’t leave in a week, maybe they are there for an expected tsunami or other plan? 2016 is already looking very eventful.