[meteorite-list] Moble phones attract asteroids!

From: Gerald Flaherty <grf2_at_meteoritecentral.com>
Date: Sun, 01 Apr 2007 19:56:10 -0400
Message-ID: <003d01c774b9$53362e60$6402a8c0_at_Dell>

Darren and List,
I shouldn't think that this bizzare scenario will cause such a calamity
since the ear channels leading to the brain are already seething with
carbonate petroleum byproducts magnified 10 fold by the electromagnetic flux
in the tens of millions of cell phone users throughout the globe.
This active energetic ingredient plus the automobile mobile phone usage will
no doubt decimate earth's population before any astroidal collisions become
a serious problem.
Jerry Flaherty
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From: "Darren Garrison" <cynapse at charter.net>
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Will Mobile Phones Destroy the Earth?

1st April 2007

A shock report out this week will show that mobile phones prevent a bigger
threat to the environment than anyone has imagined - in fact, it states that
continued use of mobile handsets will lead to the extinction of all life on

The claim seems outrageous, but it is backed by solid scientific prove that
shows that the next text message you send could be responsible for the end
civilisation as we know it.

The work by Professor Fr?hling Dummkopf of the Luton Institute of
Research is the first in its field, and it examines the interaction of small
bodies such as asteroids, meteors and comets in close earth orbit with the
effective of the electromagnetic fields generated by modern cellular

We interviewed Professor Dummkopf about these claims in a Mobile Gazette

MG: Professor Dummkopf - it seems to us that mobile phones are very tiny
and asteroids are quite big things that are a very long way away. Are you
that the two can interact?

Professor: Yes, although of course it takes more than one mobile phone to
destroy the earth!

MG: So, explain the problem for the benefit of our readers.

Professor: It is really very simple. Most asteroids are primarily
or silicaceous with a much smaller number of metallic asteroids. Out of this
last group, a number of objects seemed to be anomalous.

MG: Such as?

Professor: Well, 21 Lutetia is probably one you've heard of. That one had
puzzling us for a long time because we couldn't classify it.. however
observation and research has lead us to believe that it is primarily made
from a
crystalline Scandium based alloy which forms remarkably regular
that measure 0.3331 metres across, so you can see the problem straight away.

MG: Go on.

Professor: Well of course, 0.3331 metres is the wavelength of a signal
at 900 MHz. And it's twice the wavelength of a signal broadcast at 1800 MHz.
These are the most common frequencies used by mobile phones. Put simply, we
discovered that the structure of the superlattice "tuned in" to mobile phone

MG: So aliens are listening to our phone conversations?

Professor: That would be silly, but what we did discover is that the
of the radio signals is causing electromagnetic induction in bodies such as
Lutetia which has the effect of shifting their orbits. That orbital shift is
actually towards the earth. You could say the the earth has been charged up
a giant magnet and is pulling the bodies towards us.

MG: You said bodies, do you mean that there's more than one?

Professor: Yes, in fact [mobile phone rings] Sorry, I'd better get this.
Yes, I'll be home at about seven o'clock. Yes, pasta will be fine. I've got
go. Errr.. where were we.. oh yes, we think that about 0.01% of small bodies
the solar system exhibit this property. That doesn't sound like much, but
are between one and two million bodies over one kilometre in size.. so
about one or two hundred objects, some of which will be quite close to us.
21 Lutetia is about 100 kilometres across. If that hits, then basically the
earth is toast.

MG: So we're all going to die?

Professor: Yes.

MG: So there's no chance you are wrong?

Professor: We don't think so, although we did have to make certain
For example, the growth in mobile phone ownership over the past 25 years has
been around 20,000 fold. If we assume the same rate of growth, by 2032 there
will be 40 trillion handsets in use on the earth. That could present a

MG: Indeed Professor Dummkopf - we'd like to thank you and the institute for
your time.

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