Is there predictive programming in place about Near Earth Objects and their threat? Is the programming effort meant to familiarize everyone with impending tragedy and doom? It's only a question of "when" not "if" type of agenda? A rational mind wonders, at times, if the puppetmasters aren't sometimes testing limits? A recent uploaded video title asks, "November 9th: Asteroid YU55 to hit Moon?". The video is a trailer from a 2008 ABC mini-series "Impact", where an asteroid hits the backside of the Moon. The large asteroid - miles in length - composed of dense matter from a dwarf star, alters the Moon's mass and polarity to send it on a collision course with Earth! Is the suggestion meant to stretch our bounds of the possible? The suggestion logged in the back of a mind when the mind's critical facility is off while passively viewing television? Everyone should consider it. Now, Richard C Hoagland interviews on Revolution Radio on just this scenario of 2005 YU55 hitting the Moon. The present writer suggests a look beneath the surface of outlandish claims to reflect on how they change a person's view of such threats. Would you be less surprised if such a event took place? The suspected answer is yes.