Celestial 99942 Apophis asteroid: near Earth (???) pass on Friday the 13th, April, 2029

WisconsinGardener

Loony Member
Edit to add: I never really spelled out the point of this thread. Apophis, the asteroid, was discovered in 2004, and that time NASA calculated that there was a 2.7% chance that it would hit earth on Friday the 13th, April, 2029. Then, they decided, no, it will not. It will miss us by 19,000 miles. That's not 19 million or even 190,000 - that's 19,000 miles. With it coming THAT close, we want to know for sure that they are right, right? Interestingly, they named the Asteroid after the Egyptian serpent god - the enemy of the sun god. He's also known as the chaos god. Fun name, huh?

The Grand Solar Minimum thread on this forum is one of the most interesting, scary?, motivating threads I've read here. I do not know if the Apophis subject warrants as much attention or not, but I think a place to gather information is appropriate. There are some woo woo aspects, which perhaps means I should start another thread in Unexplained.

So, this got my attention when I saw a video on Skywatch TV that was talking about a new book by Tom Horn. HE became interested in Apophis because of a "metaphysical experience" that he had - which you can explore further and I'll give a couple of links for you to do that. However, this thread is to gather as much actual evidence as possible in one place - so I, you, we, can decide if it's important or not.

I am not discounting his dream/vision, etc. This is the same guy who announced a year in advance the month and year that Pope Benedict was going to resign - and that was after 500 years of a Pope never resigning. In fact, I am taking it fairly seriously, but like him, now I'm after the hard evidence. He, himself, said the exact same thing. He was shown, he believes, that Apophis WILL hit the earth in 2029. But, that was just his starting point to start investigating. What he discovered is that there are a number of people who feel that NASA could be in error on their calculations - or even are deliberately hiding data.

So, here is the second video in the series, where he begins talking about what he has found, including a real, provable NASA coverup.

Physical link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D_UqTFrCNB8&t=871s

Also edit to add: the picture on the video is a fictional one of what the networks might say if they knew Apophis would really hit.

In this video, he talks about a paper by Nathan Myhrvold, a guy often listed in the top 100 "thinkers" in the world: An empirical examination of WISE/NEOWISE asteroid analysis and results

In that paper, Nathan Myhrvold accuses NASA of, best case, mismanaging data. In his abstract, he suggests that in some cases, there is as much as a 57% error. When you're talking potentially hazardous near Earth objects, you do not want to have ANY error, let alone one that is so large that it makes any statement from them meaningless.

Here is the abstract:
Abstract

Asteroid observations by the WISE space telescope and the analysis of those observations by the NEOWISE project have provided more information about the diameter, albedo, and other properties of approximately 164,000 asteroids, more than all other sources combined. The raw data set from this mission will likely be the largest and most important such data on asteroids available for many years. To put this trove of data to productive use, we must understand its strengths and weaknesses, and we need clear and reproducible methods for analyzing the data set. This study critically examines the WISE observational data and the NEOWISE results published in both the original papers and the NASA Planetary Data System (PDS). There seem to be multiple areas where the analysis might benefit from improvement or independent verification. The NEOWISE results were obtained by the application of 10 different modeling methods, many of which are not adequately explained or even defined, to 12 different combinations of WISE band data. More than half of NEOWISE results are based on a single band of data. The majority of curve fits to the data in the NEOWISE results are of poor quality, frequently missing most or all of the data points on which they are based. Complete misses occur for about 30% of single-band results, and among the results derived from the most common multiple-band combinations, about 43% miss all data points in at least one band. The NEOWISE data analysis relies on assumptions that are in many cases inconsistent with each other. A substantial fraction of WISE data was systematically excluded from the NEOWISE analysis. Building on methods developed by Hanuš et al. (2015), I show that error estimates for the WISE observational data were not well characterized, and all observations have true uncertainty at least a factor of 1.3–2.5 times larger than previously described, depending on the band. I also show that the error distribution is not well fit by a normal distribution. These findings are important because the Monte Carlo error-analysis method used by the NEOWISE project depends on both the observational errors and the normal distribution. An empirical comparison of published NEOWISE diameters to those in the literature that were estimated by using radar, occultation, or spacecraft (ROS) measurements shows that, for 129 results involving 105 asteroids, the NEOWISE diameters presented in tables of thermal-modeling results exactly match prior ROS results from the literature. While these are only a tiny fraction (0.06%) of the asteroids analyzed, they are important because they represent the only independent check on NEOWISE diameter accuracy. After removing the exact matches and adding additional ROS results, I find that the accuracy of diameter estimates for NEOWISE results depends strongly on the choice of data bands and on which of the 10 models was used. I show that systematic errors in the diameter estimates are much larger than previously described and range from − 5% to + 23%. In addition, random errors range from − 15% to + 19% when all four WISE bands were used, and from − 39% to + 57% in cases employing only the W2 band. The empirical results presented here show that much work remains to be done in analyzing data from the WISE/NEOWISE mission and interpreting it for asteroid science.
That was a peer-reviewed article, published in "Icarus" in November, 2018. In this blog, he spells it out the "scientific misconduct" more clearly: What’s Wrong with NEOWISE

My day is calling, so I'll have to stop here and add more later.
 
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WisconsinGardener

Loony Member
Will just quickly add these articles, as I have too many windows open on my computer.

So, pay attention to the language in this article - like "inside the satellite belt". Add in the concern that NASA's calculations are in error???

We regret to inform you the massive asteroid NASA's all excited about probably won't hit Earth
Apophis will be inside satellite belt, visible to the naked eye from our home world, sweet release not imminent...

By Katyanna Quach 2 May 2019 at 05:54



An asteroid bigger than the size of three football fields is hurtling towards Earth – and will pass so close to our planet, it'll be visible to the naked eye and may pass through the band of human satellites in geostationary orbit.

Before you all panic and start hoarding food, guns, and Mad Max-style clothing, it should be said that NASA's pretty sure the asteroid won't hit us, or at least that the probability of collision is very low. But the flyby, due on April 13, 2029, will give us an unprecedented opportunity to study the hunk of space rock so we can find out ways to divert them in the future.

The hefty chunk of space rock, classified as a near-Earth asteroid, measures 340 meters wide and scientists have named it 99942 Apophis. It was first discovered in 2004 by a team of astronomers working at the Kitt Peak National Observatory in Arizona, United States.

They only managed to observe it for two days, however, due to technical problems and poor weather conditions. The faraway visitor remained lost to astronomers until another group at the Siding Spring Observatory, Australia, caught a glimpse of it.

This time they were able to piece together its trajectory. Mild panic set in when they calculated that there was a 2.7 per cent chance that Apophis would smash into Earth. Luckily, those figures have been revised and scientists now believe it’ll be plain sailing as it approaches Earth.

It’s expected to pass 31,000 kilometers or 19,000 miles above our planet, leaving Earth unscathed. Instead, astronomers are now very giddy over the prospect of a nearby giant asteroid whooshing by. Afterall, the event offers a rare chance to cosy up to a giant asteroid so closely.

Scientists are already gearing up for the spectacle. At the 2019 Planetary Defense Conference held in Maryland, they gathered round to discuss how best to observe it and what type of missions could be conducted to study the phenomena.

“The Apophis close approach in 2029 will be an incredible opportunity for science," said Marina Brozović, a radar scientist at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) earlier this week. "We'll observe the asteroid with both optical and radar telescopes. With radar observations, we might be able to see surface details that are only a few meters in size."
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As it whooshes by, it’ll be visible to the naked eye. Apophis will first appear as a light streaking across the night sky in the Southern Hemisphere, travelling from the east coast to the west coast of Australia.

After a few hours, it’ll whizz pass the Indian Ocean and will have crossed the equator by the afternoon in eastern US time. Next, it’ll continue flying west thundering past Africa.

The time of closest approach will be just before 1800 EDT (2200 GMT), where it’ll be moving above the Atlantic Ocean. Apophis is travelling at breakneck speeds, and will cross the second largest ocean in a single hour.

"We already know that the close encounter with Earth will change Apophis' orbit, but our models also show the close approach could change the way this asteroid spins, and it is possible that there will be some surface changes, like small avalanches," said Davide Farnocchia, an astronomer studying near-Earth asteroids at NASA’s JPL.

Apophis is part of another group of about 2,000 known asteroids classed as Potentially Hazardous Asteroids. "By observing Apophis during its 2029 flyby, we will gain important scientific knowledge that could one day be used for planetary defense," Paul Chodas, director of NASA’s Center for Near Earth Objects Studies, concluded. ®
 

WisconsinGardener

Loony Member
Huge Asteroid Apophis Flies By Earth on Friday the 13th in 2029. A Lucky Day for Scientists

By Meghan Bartels May 01, 2019 Science & Astronomy

COLLEGE PARK, Md. — The solar system has a sense of humor: A decade from now, on Friday, April 13, 2029, a large asteroid will streak across the sky — but it's a cause for excitement, not fear, scientists say.

That asteroid, called Apophis, stretches about 1,100 feet (340 meters) across and will pass within 19,000 miles (31,000 kilometers) of Earth's surface. That might sound scary, but scientists are positive that it will not hit Earth. Instead, it's a once-in-a-lifetime chance for scientists to truly understand asteroids near Earth.

"The excitement is that an object this large comes this close about once per thousand years, so it's all about, What's the opportunity?" Richard Binzel, a planetary scientist at MIT, said yesterday (April 30) during the International Academy of Aeronautics' Planetary Defense Conference, which is being held here this week. The asteroid's proximity and size will also add to the encounter's brightness, so Apophis will capture eyeballs — about 2 billion people should be able to see it pass by with their naked eyes, he said.


The near Earth asteroid Apophis, shown in yellow, will pass by Earth in 2029 within the distance that some satellites (shown in blue) orbit Earth. The purple line represents the International Space Station's orbit. (Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech)

And of course, scientists have a full 10 years to plan before the space rock makes its closest approach. That means they have time to draw up a wish list of what they'd like to learn, sort out what can be tackled from Earth and dream up spacecraft designs that could give them a front-row seat to the flyby.

Although scientists are positive Apophis won't hit Earth in 2029, they can't yet rule out possible collisions many decades in the future, and there are plenty of other large space rocks orbiting the sun in Earth's neighborhood. Experts in planetary defense track these objects and prepare techniques that could divert any that do pose a threat. And data gathered about Apophis could inform what scientists know about these other asteroids, since this particular space rock seems superficially similar to about 80% of the potentially hazardous asteroids scientists have identified to date.

Asteroid scientists and planetary defense experts have already begun that work, with a series of presentations at the conference here highlighting topics they'd like to consider between now and the 2029 Apophis flyby.

Those proposed investigations bridge the two disciplines, asking questions applicable both to humanity's self-interest and to our greater understanding of the solar system we live in. Take, for example, the interior structure of Apophis, which would be a vital piece of information for engineers to understand if they want to try to break apart the space rock or push its collision course away from Earth. But that information would also likely offer clues to how Apophis formed.

"You could argue, is this science or planetary defense?" Binzel said. "But there is no argument, it's all one and the same."

A key topic of interest is the degree to which Earth's gravitational pull may distort Apophis during the 2029 close approach. Some scientists believe that previous flybys would have also stretched the space rock, and that other asteroids could be similarly affected during their own close approaches.

One question that asteroid scientists have that is also vital for planetary defense experts is the extent to which the sun's radiation nudges Apophis' orbit. That phenomenon, called the Yarkovsky effect, results from the temperature differential between the day and night sides of the asteroid.

More at link, including more photos and links to other articles like, "Related: It's Time to Get Serious About Asteroid Threats, NASA Chief Says"
 

Martinhouse

Veteran Member
WisconsinGardener, I am OK but elderly and not in the best of health. I have good days and bad days, but I know for a fact that I will not be around anywhere near 8 1/2 years from now. It's not a problem for me, death is just the last fact of life.

The only shame is that there are so many things to know that I won't have time to learn! (: But I've had my share of time and I want to keep it interesting until I run out of it.

So thanks for these interesting articles!
 

WisconsinGardener

Loony Member
Martinhouse, that's truly the funny thing about being on forums. It's kind of the great equalizer, isn't it? You have youthful posts. Some people that I picture being 40 turn out to be 90 and some turn out to be 22. I appreciate the fact that you are interested and engaged and still learning - not to mention actually being out there, getting work done. I hope I can be the same way if the Lord tarries and the world holds together that long. I'm 59, but some days I feel 89. And some days I feel 29, but those are few and far between.

Back to the subject at hand. Should any of you be interested in Tom's "metaphysical experience" as he puts it, you can watch Part 1 of the above video: Are You BRAVE Enough To Watch New SkyWatch TV Series? Called TERRIFYING But Necessary or, if you have the time and interest, this one, is even better (but 2 hours long). The other guest on that show is intensely irritating, but in my opinion, Tom Horn's part is worth it, especially if you can be doing other things while listening.

If there is interest in discussing that part of this, I'll start a thread in Unex.
 

raven

Veteran Member
there is synchronicity and coincidence and some call it conspiracy

There is the UN Agenda 2030 for Sustainable Development.
and then there is Ocasio-Cortez and other politicians call for a Global Warming End of the World in 10 years - 2029
and then there is Apophis, Friday the 13th, April, 2029.
 

Martinhouse

Veteran Member
And, Raven, those things you list are also interesting!

Life is only boring if you let it be! It can be good interesting or bad interesting, but it never has to be boring!
 

Michiana MaJo

Veteran Member
I feel like Rip Van Winkle......what's going on.....this thread starts with #1 post and my response is only 11. With the GSM thread, I think I recall a fairly recent one from yesterday maybe being #147 or thereabouts.

I did have an odd experience....when I came back here to find the GSM thread, I had to give my name and password....that shouldn't have happened.

Just wondering if the GSM thread was replaced by this one (called Celestial something or other.
 

Martinhouse

Veteran Member
Is your computer acting up? The Grand Solar Minumum thread is still there but it's second on the list now.

I'll go post something there so it will go back to first place and then maybe you will see it.

You are the 11th response on the Apophis thread here and it is on page #1, but if you'd posted on the GSM thread, your post number would have been in the upper 6000's because there are 172 pages on that thread.

Both threads are there, neither is replacing the other.
 

West

Senior nut
Great, about the same year I'll be retiring. But in the meantime I'll have to continue to pay my FICA taxes, and by then I've paid atleast $180k into the scam. Maybe I'll stop paying my taxes in 2025. Will take a few years to lean my property and stuff.. heh.

Glass half full....only 5 more years of paying my taxes.
 

raven

Veteran Member
well, once you consider that your government has lied about just about everything . . .
make a list -
Global Warming
The FED
The economy
Vaccines
Sub Prime Mortgages
Islam
LGBTQRSA
The food pyramid
Tobacco
Cannabis
Dare I say "the world trade center"
immigration
marriage
fossil fuels
voting in presidential elections

then you realize that if the government says a particular asteroid is nothing to be concerned about . . . it will be 19,000 miles away, the diameter of the earth is 8,000 miles, the circumference is 25,000 miles . . . yea, probably nothing to worry about . . .
 

WisconsinGardener

Loony Member
Interesting new developments by NASA and JPL. Derek Gilbert discusses it starting at the 10:25 mark:


Direct link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iQYG-PbO1Hk

The gist of it is that JPL has changed some of their website - but not all, yet - to show that the first close pass of Apophis will not be until 2060. However, their own data, still published on their website as of the date of the video, does not support that at all. So, the plot thickens.
 

WisconsinGardener

Loony Member
Not a mathematician, so I have no idea about this. This is Harry Lear's site: http://measuringpisquaringphi.com/correcting-pi-problems/

I will copy/paste, but the format is likely to get screwed up. Best to go to the original. Also, this guy is viewing an "alien contactee" favorably, so perhaps he is completely whacko. Now, my own personal opinion that "aliens" are demons and fallen angels leads me to wonder why they would be helping us to begin with - unless they're going to show up and "save" us, and it's all some kind of weird alien messiah thing. I don't know - just collecting information so that it's in one place and we can evaluate it.

The copy/paste (and yes, formatting got all screwed up). Plus, there's a video at the original:


Correcting Pi Problems

Welcome to the Correcting Pi Problems section of this Measuring Pi Squaring Phi web site.

There are many reasons why you should be concerned about whether we use the correct value of Pi (3.144605511…) or whether we continue using the wrong value of Pi (3.141592654…) for science, math, and commerce. After all, we have just proved that Pi = 4 / sqrt Phi.

Here are a few important reasons to solve Pi Problems using the correct value:

1. Re-defining the new Kilogram in Nov 2018. One must use the correct value of Pi to calculate Vol = 4 / 3 (Pi) (r^3) for the Silicon Isotope 28 “Perfect Sphere.”

**2. Avoiding the Earth-Apophis Asteroid crash on 4/13/2029. An Open Letter to President Trump.

3. Change Pi in all textbooks, calculators, and computers for all users of Pi equations.



**Note: Number 2 above is the most important Pi problem to solve.



1. Re-defining the New Kilogram (Play the videos)



The world’s “roundest” sphere to establish the new standard Kilogram in 2018 and why you must use the correct value of Pi: (Play the video)





2. Avoiding the Earth-Apophis Asteroid crash on 4/13/2029 – An Open Letter to President Trump



Date: January 29, 2018

Re: Avoiding the Earth-Apophis Asteroid Crash on 4/13/2029

From: Harry Lear (Pentagon and Saigon, Vietnam MACV HQ in SSD, ACSI, Special Security Detachment, Assistant Chief of Staff Intelligence, Top Secret Crypto EO NOFORN, other classified special access codes – 1965-67 US Army)

To: President Donald Trump, USA

cc: Secretary of Commerce, Mr. Wilbur Ross

Secretary of Education, Ms. Betsy Devos

Director, NASA, Mr. Robert Lightfoot

Dr. Martin Milton, Director BIPM, France

Dr. Carl Williams, Deputy Director NIST, Physical Measurements Lab

Prof. Alfred Posamentier, Dean, Mercy College, New York

Prof. Ingmar Lehmann, Humboldt Universitat, Mathematik, Berlin

Math Dept Evans Hall, UC Berkeley, c/o Prof. Joseph Greenwell

Prof. Stephen Hawking, U of Cambridge, DAMTP Ctr for Math Sciences, UK

Prof. Michio Kaku, Physics Dept, City College of New York

Prof. Nick Rauh, Dir of Math, National Museum of Mathematics, New York

Prof. Michael Pearson, Dir Math Association of America, Washington DC

Prof. Brian White, Stanford University, Chair Math Dept

Prof. David Gabai, Chair Math Dept, Princeton University

Prof. Peter Kronheimer, Chair Math Dept, Harvard University

Prof. Tara Holm, Assoc. Prof Math Dept, Cornell University

Prof. Diane Briars, Past President National Council of Teachers of Math

Rep. Raul Labrador, Idaho US Representative Congress

Rep. Lamar Smith, Chairman Science, Space & Technology Congress

CMI President’s Office, Radcliffe Observatory Quarter, Oxford, UK

Prof. Donald McClure, Exec Director, American Math Society

CEO Elon Musk, SpaceX HQ, Hawthorne, CA

Dr. Karen Masters, ICG, Portsmouth, UK

Reporter Megyn Kelly, NBC NEWS, New York

Talk Show Host Sean Hannity, FOX NEWS

Mr. Achim Leistner, Precision Optics, NSW, Australia

Mr. Billy Meier, c/o Mr. Christian Frehner, SSSC, Zurich, Switzerland

Michael Horn, USA rep for SSSC and FIGU

Politicians, meet the Mathematicians. Mathematicians, meet the Politicians. Politicians and Mathematicians, meet the Physicists and Journalists. Journalists and Physicists, meet the Politicians and Mathematicians.

Now that everybody knows everybody…

Houston, we have a BIG PROBLEM.

NASA / JPL’s Near Earth Object (NEO) calculations for the trajectory of the Earth’s orbit intersecting the orbit of Asteroid 99942 (nicknamed Apophis) on April 13, 2029, were calculated using the wrong value of Pi = 3.141592654… .

Having recently discovered the true value of Pi = 4 / sqrt (Phi) = 3.144605511… , where Phi is the Golden Ratio number 1.618033989…, allow me to point out a few problems.

Following is a comparison of Earth’s and Apophis’ near-circular orbits using Old Pi vs. using True Pi. As you know the circumference of a circle — Earth’s and Apophis’ orbits — is calculated by the simple equation C = d x Pi, where C is Circumference, d is the diameter of the orbit, and Pi is a universal constant. See Table below, in kilometers:

Circumf Circumf Difference

of Orbit of Orbit due to

Radius of Orbit Diam of Orbit (Old Pi) (True Pi) Wrong Pi

—————————————————————————————————————————–

Earth *149,597,871 299,195,742 939,951,145 940,852,792 901,434

*152,955,334 305,910,668 961,046,707 961,968,373 921,665

Apophis 137,994,806 275,989,612 867,046,938 867,878,455 831,517



*Note: NASA says the distance from the Earth to the Sun, 1 AU (Astronomical Unit), is equal to 149,597,871 km, but it is actually 152,955,335.7 km. But let’s use NASA’s figure for purposes of this discussion.



Using the old value of Pi, NASA is currently stating that Apophis will miss Earth on April 13, 2029, by only 32,000 km (18,000 miles). The Moon is some 385,000 km from Earth and 32,000 km is the level of our satellites above Earth. The difference between NASA’s erroneous calculations of the orbits of Earth and Apophis using the wrong value of Pi is significant: 901,434 km too short for Earth and 831,517 km too short for Apophis. If NASA’s current orbit calculations are already wrong by hundreds of thousands of kilometers, why should we believe that Apophis will miss planet Earth by a measly 32,000 km if we use the incorrect value of Pi? NASA is already off by 900,000 and over 800,000 km just for the basic calculations and we haven’t even mentioned other parameters that also use Pi such as gravity (centrifugal force) and centripetal inertia.

The BIG QUESTION is: If NASA uses the new, true value of Pi = 3.144605511… instead of the old, erroneous value of Pi = 3.141592654…, would the trajectories of the new Earth and Apophis orbits still miss planet Earth by 32,000 km or would Apophis crash into Earth?

Before suggesting a solution, allow me to put forth a few tidbits of information such as how big is Apophis and how fast is it travelling – therefore, how much energy is it carrying — through space? Apophis is estimated to be 375 meters wide, which is the size of 2 – 3 Rose Bowl Football Stadiums and its estimated speed is around 15,000 mph.

Some troubling and interesting factors include:

1. Apophis was predicted to exist by a Swiss individual named Billy Eduard Meier in 1981 and stated that it would crash into Earth on April 13, 2029. This was 25 years before Earth astronomers discovered Apophis in 2004. Mr. Meier has been publishing astronomical and other information as a contactee meeting with human ETs called The Plejaren for the last 75 years. Billy Meier and the Plejaren called Apophis “The Red Meteor” and predicted from their calculations that Apophis would strike planet Earth somewhere along the Tectonic Plate from the North Sea (Northern England) to the Black Sea (near Ukraine). They still hold this prediction to date and state that (for some reason regarding their belonging to a High Council of many other ET humans in our Milky Way Galaxy) they are not allowed to physically save Earth from this upcoming Cosmic Catastrophe but can provide us with the information for us to save ourselves. Hence the prediction they gave to Billy Meier in 1981 to provide to us Earthlings advance knowledge of this event. Note that NASA, 25 years after 1981, independently came up with the same “close encounter” date of April 13, 2029, AND April 13, 2036 if Apophis is slingshot through Earth’s Gravity Keyhole in 2029. The difference is that NASA is using an erroneous value of Pi in their orbit and other calculations.

2. Besides having provided the Apophis-striking-Earth prediction in 1981, the Plejaren and Billy Meier have maintained for the last 60 years or so that Earthlings are currently using the wrong value of Pi, which is the difference between Meier’s crash prediction and NASA’s near-crash prediction on the same date. Meier and the Plejaren state that Earthlings will have to discover the true value of Pi if we want to prevent the Apophis-Earth crash, plus accomplish future things such as time travel (which the Plejaren apparently do) and pull energy from black holes.

3. Having read these contact notes about Pi being the wrong value (anybody can log onto the Internet and find this information at www.figu.org), I at first, disregarded such a claim but later about five years ago became interested in researching Pi. It took me about 2 ½ weeks to convince myself that Pi was, indeed, wrong, and the last four years to draw and write the math proofs and send this information out to some 20 – 25 mathematicians, scientists, and journalists. But to no avail. Why am I not surprised? Virtually nobody at the major universities in the US or Europe will comment upon this important discovery of the true value of Pi, probably because I’m not one of the professors tenured in the math department of a university. However, I have recently put my Pi Proofs up on the Internet – geometric drawings which are only 1 page long — and anybody can walk through the videos and narrations of my true Pi math proofs at www.measuringpisquaringphi.com . I have also previously sent to you, President Trump, and selected members of your Cabinet, Commerce and Education, all of this information but at present have not heard from anybody.

4. Just for fun, I sent my math proofs over the last four years and web site address to Billy Meier and the Plejaren at their Semjase Silver Star Center (SSSC) in Switzerland — thinking the Plejaren will never read my math proofs, but what the heck. Last year I visited the SSSC facility near Zurich, Switzerland, on a trip to Europe with my wife. Meeting with Christian Frehner, Billy Meier’s right hand man at the SSSC, Mr. Frehner informed me that Mr. Meier had recently taken my math proofs to the Plejaren and the Plejaren stated that while they were not allowed to interfere into Earth’s business physically, they stated — with some astonishment and excitement according to Mr. Meier — that my math proofs and calculations regarding the true value of Pi were absolutely correct. They also stood by their initial prediction of Asteroid Apophis crashing into the Earth on April 13, 2029. Mr. Frehner then informed me that the SSSC would be publishing my math discovery about the true value of Pi (please see enclosed attachment) in Volume 77 of their FIGU Bulletin. This Bulletin is subscribed to by some 29,000 scientists and other interested parties because Meier and the Plejaren have previously and consistently provided correct astronomical and other scientific information that scientists all over the globe are very interested in.

5. Meeting with Mr. Frehner at the SSSC in Switzerland last Sept 2017, I did not know much about the Apophis Asteroid-crashing-into-Earth prediction, but was soon informed by other scientists who read about my Pi math proofs and contacted me. That’s when I started researching NASA / JPL and their NEO group and their latest conclusions that Apophis will not strike planet Earth but will miss by some 32,000 km (about 18,000 miles). However, NASA is using the wrong value of Pi = 3.141592654… to reach their conclusions, while Mr. Meier and the Plejaren (and I) are using the correct value of Pi = 3.144605511… . I’m not yet declaring the Apophis prediction is true. I am only, at this time, asking NASA’s NEO group to recalculate their equations using the correct value of Pi to discover whether they agree with the prediction.


So, what is the solution to this upcoming possible Cosmic Catastrophe?

First, the Meier and Plejaren prediction of Apophis hitting Earth is that it will crack the Eurasian Tectonic Plate making two new continents along the line of the North Sea to the Black Sea, and that volcanoes will be hit, erupting much lava and other debris, plus spewing forth deadly Sulfurous gases that will be carried West across the North American Continent and around the globe. Obviously, if this happens, hundreds of millions of people around the globe will die and our future crop seasons will be greatly impacted. The entire Earth will not explode – unless enough sea water pours down into a volcanic caldera which, by definition, extends to the molten center of the Earth, and causes a super volcanic explosion. There is probably not enough energy from the impact to cause a complete Earth destruction.

Second, in the case in which Apophis barely misses the Earth due to what is called a mile wide Gravity Keyhole near our planet, the Earth will slingshot Apophis around into its same orbit only to come back in 7 years on April 13, 2036, and strike planet Earth with the same or worse results.

These are the possible conclusions if the Billy Meier and Plejaren predictions are correct and if we do nothing to alter this outcome.

What bothers me is that I now know (having proved True Pi) that (1) Meier and the Plejaren were absolutely correct that Earth scientists have been (and still are) using the wrong value of Pi, and (2) Meier and the Plejaren published their prediction of Apophis striking Earth some 25 years before Earth scientists even discovered the existence of Apophis in 2004.

This is very troubling because we now know that NASA’s NEO calculations are based upon the erroneous value of Pi = 3.141592654… instead of the true value of Pi = 4 / sqrt (Phi) = 3.144605511… and that NASA’s orbit calculations are off by 900,000 km for Earth and 800,000 km for Apophis. If Mr. Meier and his human ET contacts, the Plejaren, are wrong, or don’t exist, or their story is just a big Nothing Burger, how can we explain their previous statements about Earth using the wrong value of Pi and the existence of an Asteroid that Earthlings had not yet discovered was going to strike Earth? Let me be clear: prior to my visit to Switzerland, Mr. Meier and the Plejaren had never informed me about what the true value of Pi was. I discovered True Pi myself. In fact, I informed them – of course, they already knew since how could they show up to Earth, etc. – and, according to Mr. Frehner, the Plejaren simply told Mr. Meier that my math proofs for Pi that he showed them were correct. As I told Mr. Frehner in Zurich, I really don’t need the Plejaren to tell me about the true value of Pi since I already know my math proofs are absolutely correct, whether they’ve seen them or not. The real problem, I think, is current academicians are afraid to make any statements about Old Pi being wrong for fear of losing their tenured university positions.

The Big Question is: what should the people of Earth do about this possible Cosmic Catastrophe?

Here are the possible solutions:

1. You, Mr. President, should instruct scientists and engineers (e.g. at the US’s NIST laboratories and NASA) to use their multi-zillion dollar equipment to verify my results of using a CNC machine to cut a 1.0000 meter diameter circle out of Plexiglas or other material and then measure the Pi Circumference of that circle. By definition, C = diam x Pi, and when diameter equals 1, the Circumference must equal Pi. If they do it correctly, their measurement should easily show that true Pi = 3.1446… and hopefully they can measure this out to a couple of more decimal places, e.g. Pi = 3.144605…, to replicate my findings. This first step alone would verify that NASA’s Old Pi = 3.141592654… is wrong at the third decimal place.



2. Next, NASA’s Near Earth Object group should re-do all their calculations for the orbits and trajectories of both Earth and Apophis using the true value of Pi = 3.144605511… and ascertain as best they can whether their new calcs show that Apophis will strike Earth on April 13, 2029, or April 13, 2036 or not. This assumes all their other parameters are correct.



3. Of course, Mr. President, you should then assign competent mathematicians to review the math proofs for Pi that I previously sent to you, Commerce Sec Wilbur Ross, Education Sec Betsy Devos, and Mr. Robert Lightfoot, Director at NASA. Allow me to caution you that most tenured mathematicians at US and other universities will swear up and down that Pi = 3.141592654… and that my proofs where Pi = 4 / sqrt (Phi) cannot be correct because that is not what they have been taught over the last umpteen years. I have been fighting this for going on five years now and have a list of those mathematicians who, I believe, are simply afraid of acknowledging my math results because their peers would ridicule them and they may even lose tenure at their university if they dare to open their mouths (and brains). That’s why it’s very important for you to instruct NIST to FIRST physically measure the Pi Circumference of a 1.0000 meter diameter circle. The first three decimals – easy to measure – will automatically disprove all the current mathematicians who still think Pi = 3.141592654… .



4. Finally, I suggest that you, Mr. President, call together all the best scientists and engineers from various countries on Earth and set up a project team whose stated objective is to nudge Apophis from its current orbit so that in 12 years Apophis will miss Earth by a million miles or more. The preferred method – in order to “nudge” Apophis out of its current orbit — put forth by Meier and the Plejaren is to send rockets with nukes to explode them near the Asteroid but not on top of, or too near which would simply blow Apophis into smaller more dangerous chunks to strike Earth. Other possibilities such as solar wind sails, etc. are difficult and more problematic to control.

What are the odds if we (1) do nothing vs. (2) simply move Apophis out of its current orbit? Our choices are:

Door Number One: If we do nothing because current Earth scientists still erroneously think that Pi = 3.141592654…, then Apophis may strike Earth, blow up and poison a couple of hundred million people, including America, with poisonous gases on April 13, 2029, or same date 2036.

Door Number Two: If we simply nudge Apophis out of its current orbit, then we can’t lose because if Apophis is not going to strike Earth and we have moved Apophis’ orbit then no harm no foul. But if Apophis IS going to strike Earth, we will have saved our planet from a huge Cosmic Catastrophe.

If I was a gambling man — or recently solved the true value of Pi (which I did) — I would chose Door Number Two. And time is growing short.

Sincerely,

Harry Lear

Meridian, Idaho, USA

End Open Letter to President Trump



The following shows the intersecting orbits of Earth and Asteroid 99942 Apophis on Apr 13, 2029 (click here) The Sky Live



Important Information about the Circular Ratio Pi (click here):

Important Information for the Circle Number Pi



Population of Nations Affected by Possible Earth-Apophis Asteroid Crash on Apr 13, 2029:
Direct Line of Fire Countries 2018 Pop (Millions) 2029 Pop (Millions)
10% increase from 2018
Britain 66.570 73.227
Scotland 0.506 0.557
Ireland 5.018 5.520
Denmark 5.750 6.325
Netherlands 17.076 18.784
Belgium 11.441 12.585
Norway 5.301 5.831
Sweden 9.923 10.915
Finland 5.556 6.112
Germany 80.401 88.441
Switzerland 8.211 9.032
Austria 8.712 9.583
Czech Republic 10.563 11.619
Poland 38.523 42.375
Slovakia 5.434 5.977
Hungary 9.754 10.729
Croatia 4.195 4.615
Romania 19.105 21.016
Ukraine 44.170 48.587
Bulgaria 6.992 7.691
Turkey 81.086 89.195
Sarajavo 0.313 0.344
Greece 10.872 11.959
Italy 59.788 65.767
W. Russia (77% of 146.459) 112.773 124.050
Syria 19.482 21.430
Iraq 39.751 43.726
Georgia 3.974 4.371
Slovenia 2.072 2.279
Blelarus 9.051 9.956
Sub-Total Direct Line of Fire 702.363 772.599

Collateral Destruction Countries Poisonous Gases, Crop loss, etc.

USA 327.876 360.664
Canada 37.056 40.762
Mexico 130.486 143.535
C. America 179.616 197.578
N. China (1.4 bil China, use 20 mil) 20.000 22.000
Japan 126.214 138.835
Israel 8.352 9.187
Sub-Total Collateral Countries 829.600 912.560

Grand Total 1,531.96 1,685.159



3. Change Pi in all textbooks, calculators, and computers (rather obvious why).

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meandk0610

Veteran Member
But where will we be in the Milankovitch Cycle? Are they using they average distance for Earth’s orbit or are they actually figuring out our approximate distance at that time as well as what that does with respect to Apophis’ projected orbit?
 

WisconsinGardener

Loony Member
But where will we be in the Milankovitch Cycle? Are they using they average distance for Earth’s orbit or are they actually figuring out our approximate distance at that time as well as what that does with respect to Apophis’ projected orbit?
I'm sorry - I have no idea.
 
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