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 Mark on September 26, 2014 at 9:14am

Governor Sam Brownback declares October “Zombie preparedness month” as he unveils plans to protect the city from the living dead


Sam Brownback, the state’s Republican governor, has decided that October is to be “zombie preparedness month”.

He will sign a formal declaration on Friday to encourage Kansans to prepare for all disasters including an invasion of the undead.

Kansans are told to ready themselves for the zombie invasion in much the same way as typhoons, floods and other natural disasters.

Requirements include three days food and a home emergency kit.

"You want to make sure you have all the food and water you need," Devan Tucking, the state's Deputy Emergency Operations manager told the Telegraph.

"You need to work on your zombie alerts. Of course if you look like a zombie you may be able to escape from them.

"Good cardio fitness is useful if you want to run away and have good running shows. Ladies should get rid of their high heels.

"If you hear a strange sound, don't go their on your own, use a buddie system. If you do run away, don't look back and get some good maps and make sure you know your area.

"You may want to avoid cemeteries.

“If you are prepared for a zombie apocalypse, you are prepared for anything.”

Preparing for a zombie invasion appears to be one of the few things uniting Democrats and Republicans with President Barack Obama’s administration drawing up its own strategy in a 31-page document to deal with the threat.

“It is our way of telling people that even if the severe weather season is over, the winter is coming up,” a spokesman for Governor Brownback said.

To drum up interest in the zombie threat, the state is even holding a “fun lurch” over the weekend with a “disaster on the go” pack being handed out to the first 300 people – alive or undead – who show up.

Comment by Shaun Kazuck on September 24, 2014 at 4:54am

NBC News preparing people for the more widespread gas line breaks that will occur now that the wobble will increase the bowing pressure in the months ahead.


Comment by casey a on September 23, 2014 at 9:29am

Things are brewing...

At UN, Obama to Urge Nations to Go Big on Climate.

More than 120 world leaders are heading to the United Nations in New York for the event. Obama will be meeting several world leaders

UN Secretary General Ban-Ki Moon has "invited leaders from government, business, finance and civil society".

Absent from the meeting will be Chinese President Xi Jinping & Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi.


Jinping & Modi instead met to settle the ongoing border dispute.

The Indian Army and the Chinese army are currently locked in a stand-off with border disputes.


In other news, Former Obama Official: Climate Change Not 'Settled' Science.


U.S. Congress takes a seven-week recess, one week after a 5-week recess ended in august.

Congress Heads Home After Exhausting Eight Days of Work.

[The 5-month recess during the summer may have probably occurred as a result of a "bait & switch" maneuver, re: announcement. It coincided with the huge jump in CEO retirements in July.]

Comment by casey a on September 18, 2014 at 10:40am

This report is from a month ago, in the wake of the Ferguson protest (mid august).....

The Pentagon gave nearly half a billion dollars of military gear to...

The program provides things like office equipment, tents, generators, pick-up trucks and ATVs,  But law enforcement agencies can also use it to obtain military aircraft, weapons (including grenade launchers), and heavily armored tactical vehicles.

However, Rep Alan Grayson had introduced an amendment in June to prevent local police forces from getting free military equipment, through this weapons program.

The house voted it down 355 to 62.

The program was meant for the DOD to transfer excess or used equipment to local police forces. However, the american civil liberties union says in 36 % of the cases, the equipment is new.

Comment by Mark on September 18, 2014 at 9:21am



San Diego Unified School District aquires a a Mine-Resistant Ambush Protected vehicle, more commonly known as an MRAP, or the US military's answer to the improvised explosive devices (IEDs) so favored by insurgents in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Now, you might be asking, are the officers of the San Diego Unified School District Police (sidebar: is it normal nowadays for school districts to have police departments?) regularly subject to ambushes and/or IEDs? It seems unlikely.

Instead, the district says the vehicle will be used for search and rescue, according to KPBS, the local public broadcaster.

"Our idea is: How can we get in and pull out a classroom at a time of kids if the...? If there's a fire [or] if there's an earthquake, can we rip down a wall? Stuff like that," Captain Joe Florentino told KBPS

"It's not police militarizing schools," he told KBPS. "There will be medical supplies in the vehicle. There will be teddy bears in the vehicle. There will be trauma kits in the vehicle in the event any student is injured, and our officers are trained to give first aid and CPR."


These are the schools around the country with military supplies


Pinellas County School District in Pinellas County, Florida, is one of over 20 districts around the country with a police force or public safety department in possession of former military supplies, thanks to the Department of Defense's Excess Property Program, or 1033 program. Since 1997, the initiative has provided excess military equipment to state agencies like local and public university police forces, but it has come under renewed scrutiny in the weeks following the Ferguson demonstrations.

The 1033 program provides supplies ranging from extreme weapons, like grenade launchers, to everyday materials, like laptops. State agencies must apply in order to receive extra materials from the military, and all the equipment is on indefinite loan. In Pinellas County School District, the district's police department received almost two dozen M16 rifles.

"Our hope is that our officers never have a need to use this equipment," Melanie Marquez Parra, the district's public information officer, told The Huffington Post. "These are items we acquired so they could have equipment for worst-case scenario situations."


Comment by Ryan X on September 17, 2014 at 1:56am

Expect the Unexpected: More 9.0 Megaquakes Are Coming, Study Says

Interesting that more and more now, the media is hinting at things to come without much explanation other than their own theories based on past quakes- in this case the message is "expect the unexpected"  big quakes are coming inevitably and likely sooner and more frequent than we thought.  

Vidale said the bottom line from the latest research is that "we know less than we claim about how big different earthquakes can be in different parts of the world."

That means the traditional way of designing structures to be earthquake-proof may have to change. In the wake of 2011's Japan earthquake and the Fukushima nuclear disaster, experts and regulators are already coming around to the concept of "expecting the unexpected."

Comment by Corey Young on September 11, 2014 at 4:03pm

So I came accross this article on CBC today and I thought that it would 'fit' in this blog. It has to do with the fact that science has PROVEN that ORAL HISTORY passed down by a certain group (Inuit) for hundreds of years has been correct. One of the lost Franklin expedition ships has been found, and lo and behold...it was exactly in the same area the natives had told scientists since they started looking!



"For us Inuit it means that oral history is very strong in knowledge, not only for searching for Franklin's ships but also for environment and other issues," Kamookak said.


This is evidence in support of the fact that science needs to take the history of ancient cultures seriously (whether written or oral) and apply it. As the elder Kamookak said "Environmental issues etc..." need to be looked at more carefully with an open mind!

Just think of the inundation of oral and written history proving Planet X exists (and the subsequent prior shifts) when the announcement happens.

Comment by Mark on September 9, 2014 at 10:08am

Spain prepares for an autumn of discontent by buying €1bn of riot gear


The Spanish government is readying itself for an autumn of discontent, spending nearly €1bn on riot gear for police units as disparate protestgroups prepare a string of demonstrations.

Since June, the interior ministry has tendered four contracts to purchase riot equipment ranging from shields to stab vests. The ministry also finalised its purchase of a new truck-mounted water cannon, an anti-riot measure used during Spain's dictatorship and the transition to democracy but little seen in recent years. Despite attempts by opposition Socialist politician Antonio Trevín to paint the purchase as "a return to times that we would rather forget", the ministry said in its tender that the water cannon was necessary, "given the current social dynamic".

Comment by casey a on September 6, 2014 at 9:23am
Comment by lonne rey on September 4, 2014 at 6:02pm

Are two suns better than one? 50% of planets may be like Tatooine as number of worlds orbiting binary stars revealed to be more common than first thought


  • Astronomers led by Southern Connecticut State University say that half of all planets in the universe may have two suns
  • The finding was made by observing stars already found to host planets
  • The team found that 50 per cent of such stars were in binary systems
  • This means more planets than thought are orbiting multiple stars
  • Some of the planets may never-ending day time, while others would just have an unusually bright second star among others in their night sky 

Imagine a world where it’s never night time; when one sun moves below the horizon another takes its place, providing endless light.

This might sound like a sci-fi scenario, but research now suggests that this could be far more common than thought.

In fact, up to 50 per cent of stars hosting planets may actually be in binary systems, providing their worlds with odd characteristics not seen in our solar system.

While some planets may resemble Tatooine from Star Wars, with two bright suns in the sky, other circumbinary planets in wide orbits around their stars may simply have one unusually bright star among others in their sky in addition to their sun.

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