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ตั้งหัวข้อ  sunny on Fri Jan 01, 2010 10:50 am

เผยรัสเซียเล่นบทพระเอกช่วยกู้โลก มุ่งส่งยานไปชนอุกกาบาตที่เชื่อจะถล่มมนุษย์ชาติ

สำนักข่าวต่างประเทศรายงานเมื่อวันที่ 31 ธ.ค.ว่า นายอนาโตลี เพอร์มินอฟ หัวหน้าสำนักงานด้านอวกาศรัสเซีย เปิดเผยว่า รัสเซียจะส่งยานอวกาศไปชนอุกกาบาตขนาดใหญ่ ชื่อ"อาโปฮิส"เพื่อลดโอกาสที่มันจะถล่มโลก ภายหลังอุกกาตดังกล่าวถูกพบครั้งแรกเมื่อปี 2004 มีขนาด 270 เมตร และมีโอกาสที่จะพุ่งชนเข้าโลกในปี 2029 ด้วยอัตราเสี่ยง 1 ต่อ 37 โดยหน่วยงานอวกาศรัสเซีย เตรียมจะจัดการประชุมเพื่อประเมินภารกิจนี้ รวมทั้งอาจเชิญองค์การนาซาของสหรัฐ เข้าร่วมโครงการด้วย

ก่อนหน้านี้ นาซาชี้โอกาสที่อุกกาบาตดังกล่าวจะชนโลกเป็นเรื่องไม่น่าจะเกิดขึ้น โดยนาซาประเมินโอกาสที่อุกกาบาต"อาโปฮิส"จะชนโลกในปี 2036 ในอัตราเพียง 1 ต่อ 250,000 และในปี 2068 ในอัตราเสี่ยง 1 ต่อ 330,000 อย่างไรก็ตาม นายเพอร์มินอฟ กล่าวชี้ว่า รัสเซียไม่อาจปล่อยให้มนุษย์โลกต้องเสี่ยงอันตรายได้ และเราควรจะใช้งบประมาณหลายร้อยล้านดอลลาร์ สร้างระบบเพื่อป้องกันอุกกาบาตไม่ให้ชนโลก แทนที่จะนั่งรอดูภัยพิบัติดังกล่าวที่อาจเกิดขึ้น และสังหารหมู่ชาวโลกนับแสนชีวิต


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ตั้งหัวข้อ  sunny on Fri Jan 01, 2010 9:34 pm



MOSCOW, Dec. 30 (Xinhua) -- Russia is considering sending a spacecraft to a large asteroid to knock it off its course and prevent a possible collision with Earth, the head of Russia's space agency said Wednesday.


"A scientist recently told me he has calculated that it (Apophis) will surely collide with Earth in the 2030s," Anatoly Perminov told the Voice of Russia radio.

A number of proposals to deflect the 270-meter asteroid's trajectory have been brought up, he said.
"Calculations show that it is possible to create a spacecraft within the said time, which would help avoid this impact without destroying it and without detonating any nuclear charges," he said.

Perminov said experts from Roscosmos, the Russian space agency, would soon hold a closed-door session to discuss ways to prevent the possible disaster.

Experts from Europe, the United States, China and other countries might be invited to join the planned project once it is finalized, he said.

Apophis, which was discovered in 2004, was forecast to pass by Earth several times at a dangerous distance from 2029 to 2036. However, an October update on its orbit by NASA indicated "a significantly reduced likelihood of a hazardous encounter with Earth in 2036."

Scientists have long theorized about asteroid deflection strategies. Some have proposed sending a probe to circle around a dangerous asteroid to gradually change its trajectory. Others have suggested sending a spacecraft to collide with the asteroid and alter its momentum or using nuclear weapons to hit it.

http://english.cctv.com/20091231/101913.shtml

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ตั้งหัวข้อ  Unknown on Wed Jan 27, 2010 9:59 am

http://inteldaily.com/2010/01/with-nuclear-conventional-arms-pacts-stalled-u-s-moves-missiles-and-troops-to-russian-border/

With Nuclear, Conventional Arms Pacts Stalled,
U.S. Moves Missiles And Troops To Russian Border


January 25, 2010

in Analysis

By Rick Rozoff

(The Intelligence Daily) — 2010 is proceeding in a manner more befitting the third month of the year,
named after the Roman god of war, than the first whose name is derived from a pacific deity.
On January 13 the Associated Press reported that the White House will submit its Quadrennial
Defense Review to Congress on February 1 and request a record-high $708 billion for the Pentagon.
That figure is the highest in absolute and in inflation-adjusted, constant (for any year) dollars
since 1946, the year after the Second World War ended. Adding non-Pentagon defense-related
spending, the total may exceed $1 trillion.

The $708 billion includes for the first time monies for the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq
which in prior years were in part funded by periodic supplemental requests, but excludes
what the above-mentioned report adds is the first in the new administration’s emergency
requests for the same purpose: A purported $33 billion. Already this month several NATO nations
have pledged more troops, even before the January 28 London conference on Afghanistan
when several thousand additional forces may be assigned for the war there,
in addition to over 150,000 already serving or soon to serve under U.S. and NATO command.
Washington has increased lethal drone missile attacks in Pakistan, and calls for that model
to be replicated in Yemen have been made recently, most notably by Senator Carl Levin,
Chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee, who on January 13 also advocated air strikes
and special forces operations in the country.

[1] The Pentagon will begin the deployment of 1,400 personnel to Colombia to man
seven new bases under a 10-year military agreement signed last October 30.

[2] This year the U.S. will also complete the $110 million dollar construction of new military bases
in Bulgaria and Romania to house at least 4,000 American troops.

[3] The Pentagon’s newest regional command, Africa Command, will expand its activities on
and off the coasts of that continent beyond current counterinsurgency operations in Somalia,
Mali and Uganda and drone flights from a newly acquired site in Seychelles.

[4] But this month has brought even more dramatic and dangerous news. The Pentagon has authorized
the completion of a $6.5 billion arms deal with Taiwan with an agreement to deliver 200 Patriot
Advanced Capability anti-ballistic missiles. The People’s Republic of China is infuriated,
as Washington would be if the situation were reversed and Beijing provided a comparable
arsenal of weapons to, for example, an independent Puerto Rico.

[5] As though that action was not provocative enough however, on January 20 the Polish Defense
Ministry announced that a U.S. Patriot missile battery, and the 100 American soldiers who will operate it,
would not be based on the outskirts of the capital of Warsaw as previously announced but in
the Baltic Sea city of Morag, 35 miles

[6] from Poland’s border with Russia. The missile battery and troops are scheduled to arrive in March
or April. As part of the Obama administration’s new missile shield project, one which will be integrated
with NATO to take in all of Europe and extend into the Middle East and the Caucasus,
the Patriots will be followed by Standard Missile-3 (SM-3) interceptor deployments on warships
in the Baltic Sea and, for the first time ever, a land-based version of the same. “The Pentagon will
deploy command posts of SM-3 missiles, which can intercept both short- and mid-range missiles….”

[7] An SM-3 was used by the Pentagon to shoot a satellite out of orbit in February of 2008
to give an indication of its range. Further deployments will follow.
The new, post-George W. Bush administration, interceptor missile system will employ
“existing missile systems based on land and at sea….Deployment of the revised missile defense
would extend through 2020. The first step is to put existing sea-based weapons systems on Aegis-class
destroyers and cruisers.

[8] “Subsequently, a mobile radar system would be deployed in a European nation….More advanced,
mobile systems would be put in place later elsewhere in Europe. Their centerpiece would be…
Lockheed’s Terminal High Altitude Defense interceptor missiles and improved Standard Missile-3 IB
missiles made by…Raytheon.”

[9] Last December Washington signed a Status of Forces Agreement (SOFA) that formalizes plans for
“the United States military to station American troops and military equipment on Polish territory”
and “opens the way for the promised Patriot missiles and US troops to be stationed in Poland…
as part of an upgrading of NATO air defences in Europe.”

[10] In October, shortly after U.S. Vice President Joseph Biden visited Warsaw to finalize the plan,
Polish Deputy Defense Minister Stanislaw Komorowski met with his opposite number from the U.S.,
Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs Alexander Vershbow, and announced
that the American missiles “will be combat-ready, not dummy varieties as Washington earlier suggested.”
The same report added that “Earlier, Ukrainian and American officials stated that Ukrainian territory
may be used in some way in the new antimissile shield.”

[11] Poland borders Russia’s Kaliningrad enclave, but Ukraine has a 1,576 kilometer (979 mile) border
with Russia. The State Department issued a press release on the agreement to deploy American troops
to Poland, the first foreign forces to be based there since the end of the Warsaw Pact in 1991,
which stated “The agreement will facilitate a range of mutually agreed activities including joint training
and exercises, deployments of U.S. military personnel, and prospective Ballistic Missile
Defense deployments.”

[12] A Pentagon spokesperson said “U.S. Army Europe will help the Polish Armed Forces develop
their air and missile defense capabilities. Considering the cooperative training we already do with
the Polish Armed Forces, this Patriot training program is just another extension of that effort.”

[13] If earlier plans to deploy ground-based midcourse missiles to Poland evoked, however implausibly,
an alleged Iranian missile threat, the Patriots can only be meant for Russia. Russian Lieutenant-General
Aitech Bizhev, former commander of the United Air Defense System of the Commonwealth
of Independent States, told one of his nation’s main news agencies: “It’s completely unclear why
the air defense group of the northern flank of NATO needed strengthening – NATO has manifold
superiority over Russian conventional armaments as it is. “It can’t be ruled out that the stationing
of the Patriots in Poland may be followed by other actions in building up the American military
infrastructure in Eastern Europe….”

[14] The 1991 Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty (START) on the Reduction and Limitation of Strategic
Offensive Arms expired on December 5 and has been extended, but no agreement has been reached
on a new pact, 48 days later. At the end of last year Russia’s Prime Minister Vladimir Putin was
asked about the delay and identified the main impediment to resolving it: “What is the problem?
The problem is that our American partners are building an anti-missile shield and we are not building one.”
He further defined the problem: “If we are not developing an anti-missile shield, then there is a danger that
our partners, by creating such ‘an umbrella,’ will feel completely secure and thus can allow themselves
to do what they want, disrupting the balance, and aggressiveness will rise immediately.” In respect to
how prospects for the reduction, much less elimination, of nuclear arms in Europe and North America
were faring, Putin added, “In order to preserve balance…we need to develop offensive weapons systems,”

[15] reiterating a statement by his nation’s president, Dmitry Medvedev, a week before. The timing of
the announcement that the Pentagon will soon station Patriot missiles so close to Russian territory
will not help matters. Nor was the State Department’s contention that “the START follow-on agreement
is not the appropriate vehicle for addressing” the issue of “missile offense and defense.”

[16] A month before, Russian news media revealed that “Russia’s Strategic Missile Forces (SMF),
the land-based component of the nuclear triad, will put on combat duty a second regiment equipped
with Topol-M mobile missile systems by the end of 2009. “The Topol-M missile, with a range of about
7,000 miles (11,000 km), is said to be immune to any current and future U.S. ABM [Anti-Ballistic Missile]
defense. It is capable of making evasive maneuvers to avoid a kill using terminal phase interceptors
[for example Patriot missiles], and carries targeting countermeasures and decoys.”

[17] Just as supplying Taiwan with Patriot Advanced Capability-3 (PAC-3) theater
anti-ballistic missiles led China to conduct a ground-based, midcourse missile interception
on January 11, so moving U.S. military hardware and troops nearer Russia bodes poorly
for a nuclear arms reduction agreement.

On the non-strategic front, the 1990 Treaty On Conventional Armed Forces in Europe (CFE)
limiting the amount and expansion of major armaments on the continent is also seriously jeopardized
by U.S. and NATO missile shield plans.
The adapted CFE (Agreement on Adaptation of the Treaty
on Conventional Armed Forces in Europe) of 1999 has not been ratified by any member of NATO,
which has linked it with so-called frozen conflicts in the former Soviet Union. The August 2008
Georgia-Russia war was a consequence of that obstructionist and belligerent policy. The establishment
of permanent U.S. and NATO military bases in Kosovo, Bulgaria, Romania, Lithuania and now Poland
is a gross violation of and may prove the death knell for the CFE.
Russia suspended the observance
of its treaty obligations under the CFE on July 14, 2007 because of “extraordinary circumstances…
which affect the security of the Russian Federation and require immediate measures.”

[18] The circumstances alluded to were the U.S. project of establishing missile interception facilities
in Eastern Europe and the general movement of NATO bases and forces to the Baltic and
Black Sea regions. On November 29 of last year Russia “released a draft of a proposal for
a new European security agreement the Kremlin says should replace outdated institutions
such as NATO and the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE).”

[19] Chinese analysts Yu Maofeng and Lu Jingli contend that Moscow was motivated by
its concerns over U.S. and NATO missile plans, NATO’s eastward expansion to its borders,
the 1999 war against Yugoslavia, Western-sponsored “color revolutions” in other former Soviet states
and NATO members’ non-ratification of the Treaty On Conventional Armed Forces in Europe.

[20] For the past thirty years each successive American president has unveiled an ostensible plan
to eliminate nuclear weapons, if none before now has received the Nobel Peace Prize while in office

[21]. Each in turn then escalated reckless arms buildups and armed aggression abroad in an effort
to achieve global military dominance. The current U.S. commander-in-chief with his foreign policy
entourage of Robert Gates, James Jones and Hillary Clinton is no exception.

[22] Rick Rozoff has been involved in anti-war and anti-interventionist work in various capacities
for forty years. He lives in Chicago, Illinois. Is the manager of the Stop NATO international

email list at:http://groups.yahoo.com/group/stopnato/
1) Yemen: Pentagon’s War On The Arabian Peninsula
Stop NATO, December 15, 2009
http://rickrozoff.wordpress.com/2009/12/15/yemen-pentagons-war-on-the-arabian-peninsula
2) Rumors Of Coups And War: U.S., NATO Target Latin America
Stop NATO, November 18, 2009
http://rickrozoff.wordpress.com/2009/11/18/rumors-of-coups-and-war-u-s-nato-target-latin-america
3) Bulgaria, Romania: U.S., NATO Bases For War In The East
Stop NATO, October 24, 2009
http://rickrozoff.wordpress.com/2009/10/25/bulgaria-romania-u-s-nato-bases-for-war-in-the-east
4) AFRICOM Year Two: Seizing The Helm Of The Entire World
Stop NATO, October 22, 2009
http://rickrozoff.wordpress.com/2009/10/22/africom-year-two-taking-the-helm-of-the-entire-world
5) U.S.-China Military Tensions Grow
Stop NATO, January 19, 2010
http://rickrozoff.wordpress.com/2010/01/20/u-s-china-military-tensions-grow
6) New York Times, January 21, 2010
7) Voice of Russia, December 14, 2009
8) U.S. Missile Shield System Deployments: Larger, Sooner, Broader
Stop NATO, September 27, 2009
http://rickrozoff.wordpress.com/2009/09/27/u-s-missile-shield-system-deployments-larger-sooner-broader
Black Sea, Caucasus: U.S. Moves Missile Shield South And East
Stop NATO,September 19, 2009
http://rickrozoff.wordpress.com/2009/09/19/283
U.S. Expands Global Missile Shield Into Middle East, Balkans
Stop NATO, September 11, 2009
http://rickrozoff.wordpress.com/2009/09/11/u-s-expands-global-missile-shield-into-middle-east-balkans
9) Bloomberg News, January 14, 2010
10) Polish Radio, December 11, 2009
11) Russia Today, October 16, 2009
12) Stars and Stripes, December 21, 2009
13) Ibid
14) Interfax Ukraine, January 20, 2010
15) Reuters, December 29, 2009
16) Ibid
17) Russian Information Agency Novosti, November 18, 2009
18) Time, July 14, 2007
19) Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty, November 30, 2009
20) Strategic considerations behind Russian proposal for new
European security treaty
Xinhua News Agency, December 1, 2009
http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2009-12/02/content_12571639.htm
21) Obama Doctrine: Eternal War For Imperfect Mankind
Stop NATO, December 10, 2009
http://rickrozoff.wordpress.com/2009/12/11/obama-doctrine-eternal-war-for-imperfect-mankind
22) White House And Pentagon: Change, Continuity And Escalation
Stop NATO, March 19, 2009
http://rickrozoff.wordpress.com/2009/08/27/white-house-and-pentagon-change-continuity-and-escalation

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