On Wednesday, November 9, 2011, a strange series of events are set to take place that you should be informed about — many events pertaining to the subject have already happened which in turn lead up to this date and have been covered periodically by The Intel Hub.
New information has come to light surrounding the asteroid YU55′s “close pass” on November 9 (by the moon and earth).
Google Earth now shows a large red X over the projected potential impact zone.
Massive world wide tsunami systems drills as well as the FEMA/FCC takeover drill, that FEMA has openly said may not be a test, are set and in place for Nov. 9th along with a plethora of other drills that day.
But what is most alarming is the fact that the PACWAV11 exercise depicts the tsunami in the same location marked on Google Earth with a red X
PACWAV11Notice how the documentation says FORECAST! This puts the potential impact time on Nov. 9, 2011 at 22:35 UTC (5:35 pm EST) with a burn-in direction out of the west by northwest.What is even more uncanny is that a soldier has been taken into custody on suspicion of espionage — (our sources say, not independently confirmed) while uncovering potential secret ELENIN (Extinction Level Event Notable Impact November) intel in the Alaskan region depicted on the potential burn-in zone of this massive continent killer asteroid.
UPDATE – Interestingly enough, another alternative media site that is not affiliated with The Intel Hub is reporting similar information on the solider arrested on espionage charges.
Fox News reports;
ANCHORAGE, Alaska – U.S. Army officials are withholding details behind the arrest of a 22-year-old soldier suspected of espionage, but they stressed Wednesday there is no connection with the case involving an Army analyst suspected of disclosing secret intelligence to WikiLeaks.No one knows 100% what is going to happen on the 9th or the few days after but for us to ignore these connections would be, at this point, ridiculous.
Authorities also said Spc. William Colton Millay didn’t transmit any information.
Millay was arrested Friday at a barracks room at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson in Alaska. He is expected to be charged through the military justice system later this week.
Millay, a military police officer, is being held without bail at the Anchorage Correctional Facility.
Army Lt. Col. Bill Coppernoll said Millay’s arrest is related to an ongoing investigation conducted by the Army and FBI.
Why Is NOAA Involved In FEMA/FCC Drill On Day Of Asteroid YU55′s “Close Pass”?
November 5, 2011
Why would the first ever nationwide test of the EAS system require NOAA (National Oceanic & Atmospheric Association) to run in conjunction with FEMA and the FCC drill on November 9, 2011?
How does this tie in to the potential asteroid impact on November 9th at 5:35pm EST(22:35 UTC)? (NASA says 6:28 est)
NOAA’s bio reads;
NOAA is an agency that enriches life through science. Our reach goes from the surface of the sun to the depths of the ocean floor as we work to keep citizens informed of the changing environment around them.A FEMA post on their official site reads:
From daily weather forecasts, severe storm warnings and climate monitoring to fisheries management, coastal restoration and supporting marine commerce, NOAA’s products and services support economic vitality and affect more than one-third of America’s gross domestic product. NOAA’s dedicated scientists use cutting-edge research and high-tech instrumentation to provide citizens, planners, emergency managers and other decision makers with reliable information they need when they need it.
NOAA’s roots date back to 1807, when the Nation’s first scientific agency, the Survey of the Coast, was established. Since then, NOAA has evolved to meet the needs of a changing country. NOAA maintains a presence in every state and has emerged as an international leader on scientific and environmental matters.
NOAA’s mission touches the lives of every American and we are proud of our role in protecting life and property and conserving and protecting natural resources. I hope you will explore NOAA and how our products and services can enrich your own life.
Dr. Jane Lubchenco
Under Secretary of Commerce for Oceans and Atmosphere
and NOAA Administrator
Open Letter: Nationwide Emergency Alert System Test
Posted by: Craig Fugate, Administrator, Federal Emergency Management Agency and Julius Genachowski, Chairman, Federal Communications Commission
The first ever nationwide test of the Emergency Alert System will occur on Wednesday, November 9, at 2:00 p.m. EST. As part of our public education campaign, we wrote this open letter to ensure that all Americans are aware of the test and know what to expect.Please share this information with your friends, family, and coworkers:Why would the EAS test take place 3 hours and 35 minutes before the PACWAV11 drill?
As part of our nation’s ongoing efforts to strengthen our resilience against all hazards, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), in close coordination with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association (NOAA), will conduct the first ever nationwide test of the Emergency Alert System on Wednesday, November 9, at 2:00 p.m. EST. The test will occur simultaneously across the United States and the U.S. territories and will last approximately 30 seconds, after which regular programming will resume. The test will appear on all broadcast radio and television stations, cable television systems, satellite radio and television systems, and wireline video service systems. The test will not involve landline or mobile phones or other infrastructure such as power grids.
The various disasters our country has faced this year underscore the need for effective and well-tested emergency alert and warning systems that could be used in a time of real national emergency, at a moment’s notice. Now, with the test less than a week away, we ask that you join us in efforts to educate your entire community about this important event.
Although the Emergency Alert System and its predecessors have been in existence for more than 50 years and are often tested at the local level, there has never been a nationwide test of these capabilities. The purpose of the test is to allow FEMA and the FCC to assess how well the Emergency Alert System would perform its primary function: alerting the public about a national emergency.
The first step toward building a modernized Emergency Alert System means testing the existing technology. Through preparations for the test, we have already identified areas that need improvement to ensure our entire population has full access to alerts and warnings. This nationwide test will help us identify any additional changes to the system that may be beneficial as we work to complete a modernized and fully accessible system.
A shortcoming of the system that we identified early in the process is that the fifty-year old system was not built to support open or closed captioning, translations, or other tools to supplement the audio portion of the test for broader accessibility. Consequently, many viewers, particularly cable television subscribers, will see the emergency alert on the screen that is accompanied by an audio explanation that “this is only a test,” but may not see a corresponding visual message that “this is only a test.” Knowing these limitations, FEMA and the FCC have targeted our outreach efforts to help ensure that the public knows what to expect when the test occurs. And, in these past weeks leading up to the test, the broadcast community, cable operators and programmers, and other communications service providers have conscientiously assisted in this effort by alerting their viewers and subscribers about the test—through visual and written communications.
Over the past year, our agencies have also been working extensively with our state, local, tribal, and territorial partners, and other critical stakeholders to help inform all members of the public regarding the nationwide Emergency Alert System test. In particular, we have conducted extensive outreach to the deaf and hard of hearing community to alert them about the test, including the technical limitations with the visual message, particularly with respect to cable television. To ensure that everyone is aware that the nationwide test on November 9 is only a test, we are also requesting your assistance with outreach. We particularly request that you provide information to people who are deaf and hard of hearing, people with cognitive or intellectual disabilities or mental health concerns, senior citizens, and people with limited English proficiency to build awareness and understanding about the test.
Specifically, we ask that you help us educate your communities regarding some important facts about the test:
- The test will be approximately 30 seconds long and will look and sound very similar to the frequent local tests of the Emergency Alert System;
- It will be transmitted via television and radio stations within the U.S., including Alaska, Hawaii, the territories of Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands, and American Samoa;
- An audio message will interrupt television and radio programming indicating: “This is only a test,” though text may not indicate this same message on the screen on every television channel;
- Organizations that serve people with disabilities or people with limited English proficiency should be aware that they may receive requests for information or assistance from broadcasters or other communications service providers and emergency managers in the days leading up to, during, and after the test; and
As with all of our work, we know that the support of our state, local, tribal and territorial partners, along with the private sector, our faith-based and disability communities, and other key stakeholders, will be vital to effectively raising the public’s awareness of the test and minimizing undue public concern. We greatly appreciate your continued partnership as we prepare for this unique event and important public service. Your efforts to help us get the message out will be invaluable.
- When the test is over, regular programming will resume. In the coming days, our agencies will be releasing additional information to help inform the public about this test. Resources, including videos in accessible formats, can be found at www.fema.gov/eastest.
W. Craig Fugate
Federal Emergency Management Agency
Federal Communications Commission