Sep 242013
 

United States and Russia would allegedly make intensive preparations for a potential disaster according to “Ultimatesurvival” quoted by various media outlets. And the danger appears to come from the dark outer space as a comet dubbed ISON C/2012 S1 and controversially thought to be half the size of planet Jupiter is reportedly threatening our neighborhood (scroll down for video).

Comet ISON C/2012 S1

Comet ISON aka C/2012 S1 as captured by Hubble Space Telescope on 10 April 2013 (NASA/Wikimedia CC0)

Something strange seems to be happening in recent days as the world powers would give signs that are preparing for a major disaster. According to the website ultimatesurvival.net , the U.S. Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) would have ordered food -canned food that can be preserved for a longer period of time- amounting to 14.2 million dollars. And that must be delivered before 1 October 2013.

FEMA ordered also large quantities of flat water aimed at being delivered before the same date. Moreover, checks and tests of the communications systems are scheduled to take place every day from September 25 until October 2.

At military level, no leave is allowed for the military personnel from any U.S. Army basis within the time window September 28 to November 5, and National Guard units must complete their training in “riot control” till September 30, 2013 , the last day before October 1.

On the other hand, a similar scenario appears to happen in Russia where the Ministry of Interior prepares people for what is called “major disaster situation management.” Furthermore it is rumored that the U.S. and Russia signed a mutual agreement by which both parties agree to exchange “experts in wide scale disasters.”

Scores of people are now thinking about the apocalyptic effects of the Comet ISON on Earth . However, it remains to see whether it turns out to be true or not.

Video: Comet ISON report

Video: More stories and discoveries about C/2012 ISON S1 Comet

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