Why does the government need 100,000 body bags in such short order if we haven’t even used the ventilators they’ve ordered? What are they really preparing for?
MONTEBELLO, Calif. (INTELLIHUB) — The U.S. government has awarded a California-based company a $5.1 million contract to supply the Department of Homeland Security with 100,000 body bags by this coming Monday.
Definitive contract #70FB7020C00000011 lists EM Oil Transport, Inc as the recipient ordered to acquisition 100,000 Human Remains Pouches (HRP) for DHS by May 4.
Awarding Agency Department of Homeland Security (DHS)
Awarding Sub-Agency Federal Emergency Management Agency
Awarding Office INCIDENT SUPPORT SECTION(ISS70)
Funding Agency Department of Homeland Security (DHS)
Funding Sub-Agency Federal Emergency Management Agency
Funding Office INCIDENT SUPPORT SECTION(ISS70)
Around the same time it wrote the contract for the body bags, FEMA opened up bidding to provide about 200 rented refrigerated trailers for locations around the country. The request for proposals specifies a preference for 53-foot trailers, which, at 3,600 cubic feet, are the largest in their class.
What is the federal government gearing up for?
Will these 100,000 additional body bags be used specifically for COVID-related deaths or will they be added to the national stockpile like the ventilators and dust masks were?
Will these 100,000 Human Remains Pouches be used at some later date/event? Is that date/event known by our government?
What justifies the lockdowns and military deployment worldwide?
A 2019 asteroid deflection exercise just so happened to begin on April 29… there’s that date again!
(INTELLIHUB) — A high-level government spawned role-player event uncovered by Intellihub reveals a top-down drill in which national interagency working for groups and select participants in 2019 acted out a fictitious scenario that’s based around a hypothetical asteroid impact and how various nations of the earth would plant to mitigate the damage.
A similar hypothetical NEO/Earth impact event scenario had been presented at previous conferences but none as detailed as this. This was a whole new animal per se.
For the first time, a rather detailed working plan was submitted in front of 281 conference attendees which included people from all walks of life–space agencies, government agencies, news agencies, non-profits, universities, etc, etc. All cream of the crop.
The 5-day planetary defense exercise was based on a single track sequential link method of wargaming “meaning that all presentations were sequential, and all were presented in a plenary session,” as the original conference paperwork points out. “The goal was that all attendees would receive the latest information on all aspects of planetary defense, including what we know about asteroids and comets; how a threatening object might be deflected or otherwise mitigated; designs of deflection missions and campaigns; and consequences if an asteroid were to strike our planet and how a disaster might be managed.”
A hypothetical asteroid impact scenario will be presented at the 2019 IAA Planetary Defense Conference (PDC), to be held in College Park, Maryland, USA, April 29 – May 3, 2019. Although this scenario is realistic in many ways, it is completely fictional and does NOT describe an actual potential asteroid impact. The scenario begins as follows:
An asteroid is discovered on March 26, 2019, at magnitude 21.1, and confirmed the following day. It is assigned the designation “2019 PDC” by the Minor Planet Center. (To reinforce the fact that this is not a real asteroid, we are using three letters in the designation, something that would never be done for an actual asteroid.)
Initial calculations indicate that the orbit of 2019 PDC approaches well within 0.05 au of the Earth’s orbit. (The unit “au” stands for “astronomical unit”, which is the mean distance of the Earth from the Sun, 149,597,870.7 km, or 92,955,807 miles.) Since the initial estimate of the asteroid’s absolute (intrinsic) magnitude H is 21.7, it qualifies as a Potentially Hazardous Asteroid (PHA).
The asteroid’s orbit is eccentric, extending from a distance of 0.89 au from the Sun at its closest point to 2.94 au at its farthest point in the middle of the main asteroid belt. Its orbital period is 971 days (2.66 years), and its orbital plane is inclined 18 degrees to the Earth’s orbital plane.
The day after 2019 PDC is discovered, JPL’s Sentry impact monitoring system, as well as ESA’s similar CLOMON system, both identify several future dates when this asteroid could potentially impact the Earth. Both systems agree that the most likely potential impact occurs on April 29, 2027 – over eight years away – but the probability of that impact is very low, about 1 chance in 50,000. With only two days of tracking this object, no more definitive statement can be made.
When first detected, the asteroid is about 0.38 au (57 million kilometers or 35 million miles) from Earth, approaching our planet at about 14 km/s (8.5 mi/s or 31,000 mph), and slowly getting brighter. 2019 PDC is observed extensively for a few weeks after discovery, and as the observational dataset grows, the impact probability for 2027 increases. Three weeks after discovery, when observations pause during full moon, the impact probability has risen to nearly 0.4 percent, or about 1 chance in 250. The asteroid continues to brighten somewhat as it approaches, but it reaches a peak brightness of only 20.3 at the end of April.
Very little is known about the asteroid’s physical properties. Based on the apparent visual magnitude, its absolute (intrinsic) magnitude is estimated to be about H = 21.7 +/- 0.4. Since its albedo (reflectivity) is unknown, however, the asteroid’s mean size could be anywhere from roughly 100 meters to over 300 meters.
2019 PDC approaches the Earth for well over a month after discovery, and it reaches its closest point of about 0.13 au on May 13. Unfortunately, the asteroid is too far away to be detected by radar, and it is not expected to pass close to the Earth again, until 2027.
Astronomers continue to track the asteroid almost every night, and the impact probability for 2027 continues to rise. As of April 29, 2019, the first day of the 2019 Planetary Defense Conference, the probability of impact has climbed to about 1%. The rest of the scenario will be played out at the conference.
Here are additional details on what we know about 2019 PDC on the first day of the conference:
The following diagram shows the orbits of 2019 PDC and Earth, along with their positions when the asteroid was discovered on March 26, 2019, and the point at which the orbits intersect. The asteroid makes just over 3 orbits of the Sun between discovery and the potential impact.
The following diagram zooms in on the intersection point of the orbits of 2019 PDC and the Earth, and shows the current uncertainty in the predicted position of the asteroid when the Earth crosses through the intersection point on April 29, 2027. The uncertainty region is several times longer than the diameter of the Moon’s orbit. As the asteroid is observed over subsequent months in 2019, its orbit will become better defined and the uncertainty region in 2027 will shrink in size.
The asteroid’s uncertainty region at the time of the potential impact is much longer than the diameter of the Earth, but its width is only about 70 kilometers (45 miles). The intersection of the uncertainty region with the Earth creates a so-called “risk corridor” across the surface of the Earth. The corridor wraps more than halfway around the globe, spanning from the Hawaii on the western end, across the U.S. and Atlantic Ocean, and all the way to central and southern Africa on the eastern end. The red dots on the following two Google Earth images are Monte Carlo points that trace the risk corridor:
A Google Earth kml file for these impact points is available here.
A table of the impact circumstances of impact points along the central axis of this corridor can be found here. The columns of this table are as follows:
xi & zeta are the Opik b-plane coordinates of the trajectory, in kilometers
Lat & ELon are the latitude and East longitude of the impact point, in degrees
Vel is the velocity at impact, in km/s
Az & El are the azimuth (measured eastwards from North) and elevation of the incoming velocity vector, in degrees
Time is the UTC time of the impact on the impact date, 2027-Apr-29.
The red dots in the risk corridor are Monte Carlo points, which are all essentially equally likely. While there are gaps between the points shown here, the risk corridor is really a continuum, with the impact probability proportional to the average density of the points. Note that the points become more widely spaced towards the ends of the corridor because the asteroid enters at shallower and shallower elevation angles.
The asteroid should remain continuously observable over the remaining months of 2019, although it gets difficult to observe in late May, when it moves as close as 50 deg from the Sun. It will also slowly fade as it recedes from the Earth, requiring fairly large (2-meter-class) telescopes to see it. The asteroid continues to fade during late 2019, reaching 23rd magnitude in October, 24th magnitude in November, and 25th magnitude in December. During that time, observers will require very large aperture telescopes such as the 4- and 8-meter class facilities of CFHT, Keck, Gemini, Subaru, VLT, etc., to track the object. By February 2020, the asteroid will approach 27th magnitude and become essentially unobservable for almost a year, until late 2020.
A special version of the JPL orbit viewer has been created for this object and can be accessed here.
The orbit for the central point of the risk corridor for 2019 PDC has been loaded into JPL’s HORIZONS system, and can be accessed via the name “2019 PDC”. HORIZONS can be accessed with this object preloaded via this web-interface here.
For those familiar with the SPICE Toolkit software, an SPK file for this same orbit has been created and is available here:ftp://ssd.jpl.nasa.gov/pub/xfr/2019-PDC/2019_PDC-merged-DE431.bspThe SPK file is consistent with and contains additional DE431 planetary ephemeris information over the time-span 1998-Jan-01 though impact on 2027-Apr-29, permitting retrieval of object state vectors at any arbitrary instant within that timespan.
The orbit for the central point of the risk corridor for 2019 PDC has been loaded into the JPL/Aerospace Corp. NEO Deflection App. This on-line tool allows users to study the velocity change (delta-v) required to deflect the 2019 PDC trajectory away from the Earth, as a function of deflection time. Specific amounts of impulsive velocity change can be applied at specific times before impact and the resulting deflection in the impact b-plane is shown. The App can also be configured to calculate kinetic impactor spacecraft trajectories, as well as the spacecraft masses that can be launched onto those trajectories by various launch vehicles. The App calculates the delta-v applied to the asteroid when the kinetic impactor hits it, and determines the Opik b-plane coordinates, xi and zeta, of the deflected trajectory. Using these coordinates, you can roughly determine the impact point of the deflected trajectory by interpolating in the table of impact circumstances given above. A complete description of the app is available here.The 2017 PDC trajectory is also loaded into the App along with trajectories of many other simulated Earth impactors.
Fake daily press briefings from the 2019 exercise reveal a slow government rollout of information pertaining to such an event. It makes me wonder if they would even warn the general public ahead of any impending disaster in which they had foreknowledge.
Check out the following scripted press releases from the drill labeled “NOT A REAL-WORLD EVENT.”
A hypothetical impact risk summary…
Potential damage swath…
The exercise potential impact zone map looks similar to the Johns Hopkins University COVID-19 case map. Keep in mind that the Johns Hopkins University is also heavily involved with NASA’s DART program in which they can control the trajectory of near-earth-earth-bound objects using several methods which include but are not limited to kinetic impaction and nuclear deflection.
It is also important to make clear that on April 29, 2020, NEO asteroid 1998 OR2 safely passed the earth.
Another object discovered just last week wizzes by the earth on Monday
(INTELLIHUB) — An asteroid discovered last week passed safely between the earth and the moon on Monday giving our planet a fairly close shave as it approached from 80,778 miles out in space. For all you newbs that’s one-third the distance between the earth and the moon.
Near-earth asteroid 2020 HP6 hurled past earth on Monday after first being discovered by astronomers just 5 days ago.
The question is: who is programming these farmers to think and act so unconventionally?
(INTELLIHUB) — In the name of COVID-19 farmers across the U.S. have been dumping out milk, throwing out eggs, and have been purposely destroying their crops–all of which are unusual behaviors that could lead to the starvation of millions of Americans over the next six month period if nothing is done to reopen the country.
“We’re not just going to let [the food] die, we’ll go in and destroy it,” the owner of Plant City, Florida’s Fancy Farms was quoted in a Wall Street Journal piece to have said. “It’s a mental thing, you don’t want to see your crop rot and suffer.”
This is supposedly the new mindset of the farmer. I wonder if they all think it’s good to starve out Americans?
Meanwhile in California
A California lettuce producer said he “had to plow under 230 of 680 acres of recently harvested lettuce since the pandemic swept the country a month ago… He said demand fell off so sharply from restaurants, schools, and other large customers that his crews had to unpack 9,000 cartons of lettuce from a warehouse where they had awaited shipment and dump them back in the fields to be plowed under… the demand [from the large customers] just went to zero… and not only did we lose restaurants and schools, but people were going to the grocery store buying nonperishable stuff to put in the pantry… they were not buying leafy greens.
The question is: who is programming these farmers to think and act so unconventionally and why are they doing so?
Have you been wondering why such a MILITARIZED buildup and response worldwide for the flu?
(INTELLIHUB) — The Federal Emergency Management Agency, the Department of Homeland Security, and a handful of other three-letter agencies have been going around the U.S. and have been seizing high-grade medical equipment, supplies, and masks from private businesses, hospitals, Veterans hospitals, and elsewhere.
Shady alphabet agency operatives appear to be most interested in high-grade oxygen calendars, ventilators, personal protective equipment, N-95 masks, surgical tools, and other fine items–but why?
Where is all of this equipment going?
Masks ventilators and more are being diverted to the national emergency stockpile and appear to be being hoarded for some future event or event other than COVID-19 as hospitals continue to remain nearly empty at best.
Government personnel, including executives, have spoken out publically about the unjustified wrongdoings and one is pointing the finger per se directly at FEMA.
“I had five million masks incoming that disappeared,” Veteran’s Administration Executive in Charge Richard Stone told the Washington Post last week also pointing out that the VA has reached “austerity levels” at certain facilities.
VA hospitals managed by Stone began to fall short with much-needed supplies toward the end of last week which has the former military trauma surgeon wondering why.
To top it off, President Donald Trump announced several weeks ago that the ventilators which the U.S. rushed to acquire and in some cases ordered to be produced were somehow unneeded and would also be added to the national emergency stockpile.
Are you getting the picture here? Are you seeing a pattern? What is looming on the horizon?
The invisible enemy is slowly coming into focus
The invisible enemy or should I say COVID-19 in which two-thirds of the population of the world has been locked down in the name of is beginning to slowly come into focus.
However, many factors are at play and the plot will surely continue to thicken and interweave in what can only be described as a delicate balancing act carried out by those in power. Those who wish to buy just several more months, days, or weeks in order to fully lock your step.
You see, the police state is already here. 1984 has come and passed–we are now in 2020 and it’s far worse than any nightmare George Orwell foresaw.
One thing is for sure if we know anything it’s that COVID-19 does not justify the current military response in the U.S. and other parts of the world. It has to be something else.
What justifies the current military rollout and heavy police state response worldwide?
Ask yourself that one question over and over again until you figure it out because it’s not COVID because COVID simply doesn’t justify that type and level of response.
Do you see where I am going here? Why is nobody else asking these questions? Are there any real reporters in the White House press corps?
(WAS IST DAS? PODCAST) — The Last Day on Earth?Special with Intellihub’s Shepard Ambellas will stream Live on Tuesday at 12 o’clock noon Eastern Standard Time where your calls will be taken via Skype later in the show.
Will Planet X arrive? Will an Asteroid hit us? Will NASA’s DART program deflect it? Will the Aliens invade or will it all pass? One thing is for sure… we will have a mind-opening discussion.
Tune in via YouTube Tuesday, April 28 at 12 noon EST
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(INTELLIHUB) — NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory data has been updated following the fragmenting of Comet C/2019 Y4 (ATLAS) into five large chunks revealing that ATLAS’ main-body may strike the sun after being pulled into its giant plasmasphere by its immense gravitational field when ATLAS reaches its perihelion on the night of May 30 into the morning of the 31st.
Shockingly, the updated q data, a.k.a. perihelion data shows the comet’s main fragment will pass the sun at a distance of only 234 actual miles or in astronomical terms 2.5267e-06 au which should essentially be considered a direct strike.
A quick conversion confirms the worst possible scenario…
The main-body will reach its closet point to the sunon the evening of May 30 and into the wee hours of the morning on May 31 Eastern Standard Time.
A big hat tip to The Real BPEarthWatch YouTube channel for breaking this extremely important information in the following video posted to YouTube on Saturday.
The video’s creator makes clear that although NASA has not yet updated the orbital data for C/2019 Y4 (ATLAS) the agency instead has released an update of the q data which shows a 234-mile perihelion.
“What’s critical here is that I think that the diagrams have not changed but the data coming in has,” the narrator of the video explained. “So instead of this 0.261 au that we are seeing on May the 31st… I’m going to show you some numbers that are very interesting to me.”
“If you are not familiar with how astronomical units are measured it can deceive you,” he said. “It says 2.5267e-06 au and guys that is extremely close–that is scary close and I’m going to call it now–that the main body of this will hit the sun…”
Homeowners stand their ground against law enforcement’s violation of U.S. Bill of Rights
CEDAR HILLS, Utah (INTELLIHUB) — A law enforcement officer showed up at Ken and Barbie Cromar’s residence on Saturday to request that they and other occupiers leave.
However, Mr. Cromar and Ryan Bundy who is best known from the Malheur Wildlife Refuge standoff which took place in Burns, Oregon, held their ground as other occupiers filmed the incident.
The Crowmars have explicit “no trespassing” signs posted in the front yard specific to law enforcement which now gives them the right to file a lawsuit under Appendix 6: Article 5 in the U.S. Bill of Rights which unmistakably states:
Article 5 No person shall be held to answer for a capital, or otherwise infamous crime, unless on a presentment or indictment of a grand jury, except in cases arising in the land or naval forces, or in the militia, when in actual service in time of war or public danger; nor shall any person be subject for the same offense to be twice put in jeopardy of life or limb; nor shall be compelled in any criminal case to be a witness against himself, nor be deprived of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor shall private property be taken for public use, without just compensation.
The video’s description posted to Wendy Kay’s Facebook page reads:
Cedar Hills, Utah – Ken Cromar has done his duty in claiming his property and de facto officers came to remove him. He prevailed today. Please, come stand in support of your neighbor – 9870 North Meadow Drive, Cedar Hills, Utah.