Just watched this video on YouTube, where a smart and bright user who call herself “Thyalwaysseek” she asked the question if LEONID ELENIN is real or maybe even a pseudonym? The question is very well motivated. I searched myself every were, and through my sources about Mr Elenin and with the same result as “Thyalwaysseek” I couldn’t find much, and I definitely couldn’t find anymore pictures then the ordinary one that is used. Then you have to ask yourself WHY does his name in acronym means : Extinction Level Event Nibiru Is Near? or Extreme Lethal Entry Nibiru Impact Near, or Extreme Low Entry NASA Identity Number C2010X1, there are many more.
I found one website claiming : So it is becoming clearer every day that there is no person named Leonid Elenin or some twist on the basic notion. Rather it is a fabricated name to shed a tiny bit of light on the newly discovered approaching comet. What a shame this is when you consider that we get most of the important information we need to late as it is simply because the governing bodies think that we the people will all panic if we knew the truth. Well it looks like this type of cover up will cause an even bigger panic if and when it is fully exposed.Consider these findings:
So i wonder to! is it a pseudonym or is he being held in silence or even locked up? The most strange about this whole story is to its trajectory which is changing from time to time. Why? Is it 100 000, 1 000.000 or 10 000 000? how close will it get? Also very strange is that comet Elenin, seems to be locked in an orbit with Tyche or Planet X. Tyche is thought to be about the size of Jupiter and could be a brown dwarf star. However i did manage to find that he is obviously an employed as an IASC Astronomer( International Astronomical Search Collaboration) The International Astronomical Search Collaboration (IASC) is an educational outreach program for high schools and colleges, provided at no cost to the participating schools.
IASC (pronounced “Isaac”) is a collaboration of:
· Hardin-Simmons University (Abilene, TX) · Lawrence Hall of Science (University of California, Berkeley) · Astronomical Research Institute (Westfield, IL)
· Global Hands-On Universe Association (Lisbon, Portugal) · Sierra Stars Observatory Network (Markleeville, CA) · Tarleton State University (Stephenville, TX)
· NASA Wide-Field Infrared Survey Explorer (Space Sciences Laboratory) · Faulkes Telescopes Project (Wales) · Astrometrica (H. Raab, Austria)
Anyway both his name and the possible orbit calculation errors, are still very suspicious!
NASA Astrobiologist Answer to ELENIN rumors
Why was C2010 X1 Elenin discovered so late? Is it on a collision course with Earth?
Please don’t confuse the warning time for asteroids with that for comets. In several previous answers I have discussed the Space-guard Survey and the fact that it is designed to provide many years of warning for any near earth asteroid (NEA) that might be on a collision course with Earth. We can carry out such a comprehensive survey for asteroids because their orbits bring them frequently within range of our telescopes. NEAs typically have orbital periods between 6 and 24 months. Comets, in contrast, come from deep space. The orbital period for Comet Elenin is about 10,000 years, so obviously we have had no previous opportunity to observe it or to calculate its orbit. Hence it was not discovered until December 2010, and there is still some uncertainty in its orbit; in this case, the closest distance to Earth is 21 +/- 1 million miles. That still tells you that it will miss our planet by a very large margin. There is zero chance that it will come close to Earth, let alone hit us. Non-scientists often have trouble understanding scientific calculations. Usually there is some uncertainty, but this in no way should make you suspicious of the result. Most scientific calculations are presented with an uncertainty or margin of error. This is just being honest. It is non scientists who sometimes pretend absolute accuracy and don’t seem to recognize the meaning of scientific uncertainty.
Astrobiology Senior Scientist
March 23, 2011