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For the past 12 years I have worked on shockwave deflection using the gravitational field of these objects to deflect them onto another trajectory (orbit) and now in talks with government bodies. We must understand that there are an endless number of these objects within our solar system and one of the problems that we have with such objects is that they are extremely hard to locate. If they are coming from the sun, by having platforms in the orbit as describe earlier, this will allow tracking of these objects that are coming from the other side of the sun. The platforms design are well underway; each platform would be armed with the latest 3 stage missiles, the number depending on weight to place these platforms into these orbits. The platform also will be fitted with object tracking systems which allows the object to be tracked along with an interception of missiles when required. Once the calculations for interception and yield required e.g. one off interception or a multiple inception, which would be required depending on the makeup of the object and size along with the gravitational field and kinetic energy of the object. The platforms would also be fitted with interception probes which would allow real time tracking of these objects and more accurate location and position also orbit path.

The location for these platforms and the number of platforms is still being calculated, but I believe that the closer to Mars orbit would be the best, because of the distance this would allow fewer yields for a larger number of objects less than 500 metres, the much large objects would require more yield and maybe a two stage detonation. The distance would be the key from such distance the deflection would only have to be 000.002% at that point to allow a much large trajectory change to take the object path away from Earth. If the calculation were made in a way that the object could be placed on a new trajectory with either the Sun or a planet like Jupiter hence removing the object for ever.

The Tunguska event was an enormously powerful explosion that occurred near (and later struck) the Podkamennaya Tunguska River in what is now Krasnoyarsk Krai, Russia, at about 7:14 a.m. KRAT (00:14 UT) on June 30 [O.S. June 17], 1908. The explosion, having the epicenter (60.886°N, 101.894°E), is believed to have been caused by the air burst of a large meteoroid or comet fragment at an altitude of 5–10 kilometres (3–6 mi) above the Earth's surface. Different studies have yielded widely varying estimates of the object's size, on the order of 100 metres (330 ft).\


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