(INTELLIHUB) — In the blink of an eye portions of the Earth and its inhabitants could be reduced to ash if a massive inbound celestial object were to collide with the planet. In fact, within the next 25 years several asteroids, already identified by NASA, have a fair chance of striking. And to make matters worse one of the known asteroids headed our way just so happens to be nearly 1 mile wide. In scientific slang: it’s a continent killer, much like the one that is thought to have made the dinosaurs extinct some 65 million years ago.

The asteroid is named (417634) 2006 XG1 and was discovered Sept. 20, 2006 by the University of Arizona’s Catalina Sky Survey.

Additionally 2006 XG1 has an orbital period of 1,410 day and is labeled a 1 on the Torino Scale.

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Although NASA claims that it is unlikely 2006 XG1 will strike Earth directly they did report it will pass at a distance of only 3,400 miles on Oct. 31, 2041, Halloween, which is an extremely close shave to say the least. Not to mention if the 2006 XG1 deviates even the slightest bit from its current orbit it adds risk of impacting either Earth or the moon which orbits 238,900 miles afar.


Despite mentions, on record, of 2006 XG1’s close pass on Oct. 31, 2041 by NASA and several other credible outlets, such as Universe Today, NASA scrubbed 2006 XG1’s close approach data from their Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) charts, raising a red flag.

As you can see on NASA’s chart posted below, Oct. 31, 2041 is not listed in the close approach data. It has been scrubbed altogether!

Image Source: NASA JPL
Image Source: NASA JPL (Close approach data for (417634) 2006 XG1

This finding is extremely alarming to say the least, as it has already been publicly admitted that the object is set to come within 3,400 miles of earth on that very day. So folks this is where disinformation comes into play.


To make matters worse the powers-that-be know exactly how to hide and twist information before it falls into the general public’s hands. In fact CNN published an iReport, before later scrubbing it from their website, which reported how a “10-mile wide object” would strike Earth on “March 35, 2041″, a date that is impossible.

While it’s unknown if CNN’s iReport was connected to NASA’s data scrubbing on the JPL chart the two may dovetail, adding confusion to probing members of the general public. Remember it’s well known that Anderson Cooper has ties to the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and he has even been confronted over it.

Here is a screenshot of the original report by Marcus575 which was “not vetted by CNN”:

Screenshot: CNN iReport
Screenshot: CNN iReport

As you can see, it seems suspicious that CNN wouldn’t vet such an article, also letting the date “March 35, 2041″ slip through the cracks along with other data they could have confirmed with NASA. So to no surprise the report caught some flack by other agencies such as c|net, Raw Story, Slate, RT, and others.

I mean how could CNN have overlooked the seemingly bunk info? It seems so obvious.

Moreover after taking a look at all of this info, there may be even more to it then meets the eye. In fact it could even be a classic case of ‘look what my left hand is doing while my right hand does something else’. And yes there may be another object and date to worry about.


Ladies and gentlemen if I may introduce (99942) Apophis 2004 MN4, the topic of many TV programs, which according to Wikipedia “caused a brief period of concern in December 2004 because initial observations indicated a probability of up to 2.7% that it would hit Earth on April 13, 2029.”

“Additional observations provided improved predictions that eliminated the possibility of an impact on Earth or the Moon in 2029. However, a possibility remained that during the 2029 close encounter with Earth, Apophis would pass through a gravitational keyhole, a small region no more than about 800 m (half a mile) wide, that would set up a future impact exactly seven years later, on April 13, 2036. This possibility kept it at Level 1 on the Torino impact hazard scale until August 2006, when the probability that Apophis would pass through the keyhole was determined to be very small. During the short time when it had been most concerning, Apophis set the record for highest rating on the Torino Scale, reaching level 4.” — Wikipedia.

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(417634) 2006 XG1 — NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory

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