We are seeing so many remarkable pre-announcement pieces showing up, this is a place to post and discuss them. This one for example, is making discoveries sound 'ho hum' which a few months/years ago were heralded as amazing breakthroughs. Today for example: 

"Nearly Every Star Hosts at Least One Alien Planet"


When a month or so ago they were making a BIG deal about finding one planet in the sweet zone which could possibly support life, son they they say 25% of them could support life! Including mention of red dwarfs, etc. The Zeta predicted evidence continues to build up!

Here is another blog that relates, describing a wobble:

NASA Scientists "Discover" a Wobbly Planet!?


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Comment by Juan F Martinez on November 29, 2019 at 11:23pm

Adorable Alien Baby Yoda for President

Baby Yoda is trending higher than most 2020 Democratic hopefuls November 29, 2019


#ET #Alien #Awakening #Transformation

Comment by Juan F Martinez on November 22, 2019 at 9:57pm

The US Tried To Detonate A Nuke On The Moon – USAF Colonel Says ‘Someone’ Intervened When We Did November 21, 2019
In Brief  The Facts:

Documents as well as witness testimony from high ranking people with verified backgrounds point to the idea that extraterrestrials have tampered with and disarmed our nuclear weapons on more than one occasion.

Reflect On:    With so much corroborating evidence, it's clear that something is going on which is why the mainstream has started to take this seriously. But why are stories like this never presented by the mainstream, are they trying to control the narrative?

Did the United States try and detonate a nuclear weapon on the Moon? Well, there is a slew of declassified documents that clearly show it was a deep desire for the United States to do so. These documents were heavily classified, and you can be assured that if the United States did, or at least did attempt what they were planning to do, it would remain highly classified and away from public knowledge. A declassified report by the Air Force Nuclear Weapons Center from June 1959 shows just how seriously they considered the plan. It was called Project A119, and it outlines the desire of the government to investigate the capability of weapons in space, as well as gain further insight into the space environment and the detonation of nuclear devices within it, hence why they wanted to detonate a nuke on the Moon.


Comment by Juan F Martinez on November 22, 2019 at 6:50pm

Council of Worlds At War?


Tesla just unveiled its new "bulletproof" truck. During a test, its windows broke. November 22, 2019 / 11:34 AM / CBS News

Tesla showed off its newest all-electric vehicle, Cybertruck, during an event in Los Angeles, but its unveiling on Thursday night didn't appear to go as planned. After the Tesla pickup truck was rolled out, the company's chief designer threw a metal ball to prove how tough it was –– except the demo failed spectacularly.

Tesla CEO Elon Musk told an audience the truck is "literally bulletproof" against small types of firearms. The truck's body withstood multiple strikes from a sledgehammer and the crowd cheered on. Musk then summoned design lead Franz Von Holzhausen to try and smash the Cybertruck's "armor glass."

Video shows Von Holzhausen throwing a metal ball and appearing to look shocked when the driver's seat window was completely shattered."Oh my f----ing god," Musk said. "Well...maybe that was a little too hard. It didn't go through."

Comment by Juan F Martinez on November 19, 2019 at 7:40pm

NASA tracking THREE asteroids headed this way, two spotted just 2 days ago
NASA is currently tracking three near-Earth objects (NEOs) due to fly past the Earth on November 20. Worryingly, two of the three were only spotted this past weekend, once again raising tensions over planetary defense.

The first of Wednesday’s cosmic flybys and the largest, measuring 157.5ft to 360.8ft (48 to 110 meters) across, will be asteroid 2019 UK6, which will speed past at approximately 6.20am GMT (1.20am EDT). It is 2019 UK6 we had most prior warning about, as it was first observed on October 24.

NEO 2019 UK6 is an Amor asteroid, which that goes around the Sun and the Earth, occasionally, but very rarely, crossing Earth's path. Apollo asteroids, on the other hand, intersect with Earth’s orbit as the planet travels around the Sun.
The second of the Wednesday’s flybys will be 2019 WF, first spotted by NASA’s asteroid hunters just two days ago on November 17. Estimated to be about 24 meters wide, it will make its closest Earth approach at roughly twice the distance to the moon, so no danger of an extinction level event there anyway.

Last up will be 2019 WE, also spotted at the last second on November 17. This asteroid will sail past our planet at a distance of about 1.3 million kilometers away.

According to NASA's Center for Near-Earth Object Studies (CNEOS), all three will have what are dubbed “near-Earth approaches,” but thankfully none are believed to pose any threat.


Comment by Juan F Martinez on November 19, 2019 at 2:57am

Aliens ‘turning off nuclear weapons to show humans they’re useless’   17 NOV 2019

Aliens have been turning our nuclear weapons on and off to show us how "useless" they are against them, according to a lobbyist who says he thinks ETs are "not a threat"

Aliens have been turning our nuclear weapons on and off to show us how “useless” they are against their superior technology, a lobbyist has claimed.

Stephen Bassett is the founder of Paradigm Research Group (PRG), which has spent years trying to get the US government to reveal the “truth” about extraterrestrials and UFOs — which he prefers to call Unidentified Aerial Phenomena in line with the US Navy's official definition.

Discussing what motives aliens might have, Stephen claimed several witnesses have observed them controlling our own nuclear weapons with ease.

But he insists this is not intended as a “threat” and actually shows us that ETs and Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (UAP) support nuclear disarmament.


Comment by Juan F Martinez on November 16, 2019 at 5:12pm

Neptune’s moon Naiad employs some slick choreographic moves to avoid crashing into its near partner Thalassa as the pair closely orbit the ice giant, new research by NASA shows.  16 Nov, 2019 07:16   

Two of Neptune’s 14 confirmed moons, Thalassa and Naiad are only 60 miles (100km) wide. The tiny Tic-Tac-shaped objects orbit just 1,150 miles (1,850km) apart but never collide.

This happens because, unlike our Moon, which simply circles around Earth, Naiad swirls around Neptune in a zigzag-like pattern, perfectly timed to avoid crashing into its ‘partner’ Thalassa, NASA explained. Experts have dubbed this crazy choreography a “dance of avoidance.”

Zetatalk calls this REPULSION FORCE.
ZetaTalk Explanation 2/15/1997:
What all matter seeks is a static state where all parts of it are equal and none moving, like a jell. Subatomic particles move in a wave pattern due to this attraction and desire to equalize crowding. Two particles move apart from each other to reduce crowding but then find they are attracted to each other when crowding has been reduced and move toward each other again.
In 1995 ZetaTalk stated that gravity is balanced by a Repulsion Force,
a spurt of gravity particles to reduce crowding. In 1998 scientists reported
that they had discovered that the Universe is expanding due to what they call a repulsion force which counteracts gravity. Quoting New York Times
in 1998: “Gravity should have gradually slowed the outward rush of cosmic expansion, but cosmic expansion has actually sped up in the billions of years since the stars exploded.”


Comment by Juan F Martinez on November 15, 2019 at 3:52am

We may finally have a way to find mysterious Planet 9, but there’s a catch…
14 Nov, 2019 13:08 / Updated 13 hours ago
The enigmatic Planet Nine, an unknown gigantic mass lurking at the edge of our solar system, has captivated scientists and conspiracists alike for years, but we may finally have a method of finding it once and for all.

Planet Nine is the name given to a titanic object that interrupts the orbits of objects out in the Kuiper Belt beyond Neptune. It is believed to be somewhere in the region of five times the mass of Earth. We don’t know exactly what it is. We don’t know exactly where it is, and we don’t even know where to begin looking for it. But now a team of researchers believes we may already have all the data we need.

According to study authors Matthew J Holman, Matthew J Payne, and Andras Pa, NASA’s Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) may have already spotted the elusive beast, we just haven't had time to search for photos of it in the vast troves of data already captured.

TESS hunts for exoplanets using the transit method, meaning it lies in wait watching patches of the sky, waiting for something, anything, to cross in front of the distant starlight. However, a single exposure couldn’t possibly capture something as distant and faint as Planet Nine, which is where another technique, known as digital tracking, would come in.

Digital tracking involves the stacking of images from the same field of vision on top of one another, thus increasing the brightness of distant objects. The technique has so far been used to great effect in finding new asteroids, but has yet to be used in the hunt for Planet Nine or whatever the mysterious, massive object is out there beyond Neptune.

However, because Planet Nine is a moving target, some calculations (or guesswork in layman’s terms) are required to figure out its trajectory as it moves across the void of space. This would then, theoretically, allow scientists to stack the images and enhance the brightness of the object.

“To discover new objects, with unknown trajectories,” the researchers wrote in their paper, “we can try all possible orbits!”

Digital tracking has been used in conjunction with the Hubble Space Telescope to discover several objects beyond Neptune, so the technique is proven, however, the task is somewhat gargantuan.

While it is theoretically possible, practically speaking, anyone hoping to find Planet Nine in the TESS data would have to test for all possible orbits in a Herculean task that even the world’s most powerful supercomputers would need some time to accomplish, for now at least.


Comment by Juan F Martinez on November 10, 2019 at 3:19am

Asteroid terror: NASA spot mammoth space rock to hit Earth's orbit five days before X-mas  PUBLISHED: 02:05, Wed, Oct 23, 2019 | UPDATED: 08:20, Sat, Nov 9, 2019

AN ASTEROID the size of the World Trade Centre is on a dangerous Earth-bound orbit that could see the rock smash the planet during Christmas festivities.  The asteroid, known as 216258 2006 WH1, is set for its closest approach to Earth on December 20 - just days before Christmas. The 540 metre space rock is the same size as the World Trade Centre and would cause a significant amount of damage and mass extinction.


Comment by Starr DiGiacomo on October 25, 2019 at 6:20pm


Oct 24, 2019 08:50 AM CST

Japan Meteor In 2017 Found To Be A Tiny Piece Of Monster Asteroid That Could One Day Destroy Earth

The small meteor that became a "fireball," lighting up the skies of Japan over two years ago, turned out to be a tiny piece of a gigantic binary asteroid. Scientists believe that the main asteroid and its orbiting satellite could follow the shard's trajectory and eventually collide with Earth in the future.

In the early hours of April 28, 2017, an inch-wide object was seen flying over Kyoto, Japan. Despite its small size, the meteor was easily spotted because it lit the sky like a fireball.

In a bid to know more about the phenomenon, a team of scientists used an automated system called SonotaCo, which has the ability to track objects that enter the Earth's atmosphere. Data gathered from the system allowed researchers to simulate the trajectory of the meteor.

The scientists successfully tracked the path of the meteor as it traveled across space through the projection, leading them to conclude that the tiny space rock that collided with the home planet was actually a piece of a massive binary asteroid called 2003 YT1.

NASA's Center for Near Earth Object Studies classifies 2003 YT1 as a NEO (near-Earth object) asteroid, which means part of its course is an Earth flyby. According to the space agency's estimates, the enormous space rock has a diameter of over 2 miles. Asteroid 2003 YT1 happens to have a smaller asteroid that orbits around it, approximately 690 feet long.

The team believes that the Kyoto fireball was part of the trail of dust made by 2003 YT1, which got separated as it approached near the home planet. Its implication is rather alarming, as the binary asteroid would naturally follow the same path. This corroborates previous observations that it has a 6% chance of colliding with Earth, although this won't likely happen until the next 10 million years.

Writing about an impact from a similarly sized object in a post on Quora, mathematician and space expert Robert Walker wrote:

"There would be regional earthquakes, hurricanes and tsunami (if it hit the sea). Skies darker than the darkest cloud cover from the dust thrown up into the upper atmosphere, global temperature drops 8 degrees Celsius for a week and moderate global effects for months."

The link between asteroid 2003 YT1 and the Kyoto meteor were presented in a new study, which has been submitted for publication through ArXiv.org.

Comment by Juan F Martinez on October 23, 2019 at 5:40pm

A Huge UFO Spaceship Causes Closure Of China Airports - ABC News Posted 10-21-2019

Nancy Comment: This UFO was reported by ABC in 2010! (https://abcnews.go.com/International/ufo-china-closes-airport-promp...) And covered by ZT at the time. (http://www.zetatalk.com/7of10/7of10-25.htm) However, this posted video is quite dramatic and clear. 

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