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"

http://news.yahoo.com/nearly-every-star-hosts-least-one-alien-plane...

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!?

http://poleshift.ning.com/forum/topics/nasa-scientists-discover-a-w...

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Comment by Dee Nguyen on February 18, 2015 at 12:42am

This scene of 2 suns was shown for 1 to 2 seconds in The Walking Dead, Season 5 Episode 10. About 5-10 min in the show. I took this photo with my phone while watching it on demand.

Comment by casey a on February 17, 2015 at 2:43am

Mystery Mars haze baffles scientists http://www.bbc.com/news/science-environment-31491805

Comment by casey a on February 14, 2015 at 5:44am

Obama aide John Podesta says ‘biggest failure’ was not securing the disclosure of UFO files

http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/in-the-loop/wp/2015/02/13/obama...

Comment by casey a on February 9, 2015 at 9:15pm

For anyone who didnt see it, there was an apocalyptic commercial run during the Super Bowl.

Here are some of the things shown:

- Snow in summer

- Unexpected severe storms excused as a hurricane in nebraska(???)

-"Tsunamis in paris"

- Birds migrating away en mass.

- The homeless apocalyptic bearded man with a "this is the end" sign (that you see in every apocalypse movie).

-Bar tender in denial & still showing up for his job to an empty restaurant.

- Some ppl are just walking about in shock & dont know what to do.

- Guy loots a T.V. in the middle of the mayhem & right in front of a cop. The cop isn't concerned about keeping the rule of law & is more fixed on the coming storm.

- Ppl driving away in panic & running over a pedestrian. Abandoned cars left by the road.

- Fireballs & an asteroid swarm heading to earth.

Comment by Starr DiGiacomo on February 5, 2015 at 9:24pm

http://www.disclose.tv/action/viewvideo/196569/Mysterious_Planet_X_...

Mysterious Planet X May Really Lurk Undiscovered in Our Solar System

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Mysterious Planet X May Really Lurk Undiscovered in Our Solar X" might actually exist and so might "Planet Y."At least two planets larger than Earth likely lurk in the dark depths of space far beyond Pluto, just waiting to be discovered, a new analysis of the orbits of "extreme trans-Neptunian objects" .Researchers studied 13 ETNOs frigid bodies such as the dwarf planet Sedna that cruise around the sun at great distances in elliptical paths. [Meet Our Solar System's Dwarf Planets. Theory predicts a certain set of details for ETNO orbits, study team members said. For example, they should have a semi-major axis, or average distance from the sun, of about 150 astronomical units the distance from Earth to the sun roughly 93 million miles, or 150 million kilometers.) These orbits should also have an inclination, relative to the plane of the solar system, of almost 0 degrees, among other the actual orbits of the 13 ETNOs are quite different, with semi-major axes ranging from 150 to 525 AU and average inclinations of about 20 degrees."This excess of objects with unexpected orbital parameters makes us believe that some invisible forces are altering the distribution of the orbital elements of the ETNOs, and we consider that the most probable explanation is that other unknown planets exist beyond Neptune and Pluto," lead author Carlos de la Fuente Marcos, of the Complutense University of Madrid, said in a statement."The exact number is uncertain, given that the data that we have is limited, but our calculations suggest that there are at least two planets, and probably more, within the confines of our solar system," he potential undiscovered worlds would be more massive than Earth, researchers said, and would lie about 200 AU or more from the sun so far away that they'd be very difficult, if not impossible, to spot with current of the cold objects that orbit far from the are discovering trans-Neptunian objects belonging to the Oort Cloud, the most distant region of Earth's solar system. See how the dwarf planets of Sedna and 2012 VP113 stack up in this : By Karl Tate, Infographics ArtistView full size imageThe new results detailed in two papers in the journal Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society Letters aren't the first to lend credence to the possible existence of a so-called Planet March 2014, Chadwick Trujillo and Scott Sheppard announced the discovery of 2012 VP113, an ETNO that never gets closer to the sun than 80 AU. 2012 VP113 thus joined Sedna as the two known denizens of the "inner Oort Cloud," a far-flung and largely unexplored region of space beyond the Kuiper Belt (where Pluto lies).Trujillo and Sheppard suggested that the orbits of 2012 VP113 and Sedna are consistent with the continued presence of a big "perturber" perhaps a planet 10 times more massive than Earth that lies 250 AU from the , the pair also stressed that other explanations are possible as well. For example, Sedna and 2012 VP113 may have been pushed out to their present positions by long-ago interactions with other stars in the sun's birth cluster. The objects may also have been nabbed from another solar system during a stellar close encounter.




Comment by casey a on February 4, 2015 at 2:25am

This is a year old. But what this scientist explains re: mars & meteorite samples is priceless. I hope he gets exposure after disclosure & that he is safe in the meantime.

Former NASA Scientist claims conspiracy about Mars photo

Comment by KM on January 28, 2015 at 10:11pm

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2929775/Aboriginal-f...

Aboriginal folklore could be oldest accurate oral history in the world: Stories of ancient sea level rise have survived for 10,000 years

  • Traditional stories describe how the Great Barrier Reef once formed part of the Queensland coastline and was studded with rivers and promontories
  • Other tales tell how modern day bays were once dry land rich in kangaroo
  • Scientists say they coincide with sea level rise at the end of the last ice age
  • The stories could constitute an oral  that survived 300 generations 

Traditional stories passed down through generations by Australian Aborigines may be among the oldest accurate oral histories in the world, scientists have claimed.

The findings have allowed them to map how the continent may have looked around 10,000 years ago.

Oral folklore tells how the Great Barrier Reef once formed part of the coastline of north east Queensland, while Port Phillip Bay in Victoria was once a rich place for hunting kangaroo and opossum.

Researchers have found other stories from all over the continent that mirror how the landscape  towards the end of the last ice age.

The Great Barrier Reef, off the Queensland coast, was once part of the mainland according to Aboriginal tales

The Great Barrier Reef, off the Queensland coast, was once part of the mainland according to Aboriginal tales

They say at this time sea levels rose as a result of the melting of the huge ice caps that covered much of the  around 10,500 years ago.

The researchers now believe that these stories could constitute some of the oldest accurate oral histories in the world, passing through some 300 generations.

THE GREAT BARRIER COASTLINE 

Several stories tell how the Great Barrier Reef was once the original coastline of north east Queensland. 

Stories told by the Googanji people describe how a river entered the sea near to what is now called Fitzroy Island.

The Yidindji people who lived in the Cairn's area of Queensland also tell how Fiztroy Island was once called 'gabar', or lower arm.

They told how it had once been part of a promontory sticking out from the mainland while nearby Green Island was four times larger and the Island is now all that is left sticking out the ocean.

They also describe a place called 'mudaga', or pencil cedar, between Fitzroy Island and King Beach after the trees that once grew there.

The finding is remarkable as many anthropologists believe that exaggeration and Chinese whispers often distort oral history so severely that they can no longer be reliable if they are older than 1,000 years old.

However, Dr Nick Reid, a linguist at the University of New England, has found that the stories of Australian Aborigines are astoundingly accurate.

Hidden within  of seagull gods and ancestral heroes causing seas to rise and great floods are details of how the landscapes looked before the time.

Dr Reid studied 18 traditional Aboriginal stories and found that they seemed to coincide with true geological events.

Writing for the Conversation, he said: 'How do we know that these stories are authentic? We suggest that because they all say essentially the same thing, it is more likely that they are based on observation.

'All tell of the ocean rising over areas that had previously been dry. None tell stories running the other way – of seas falling to expose land.

'The huge distances separating the places from which the stories were collected – as well as their unique, local contexts – makes it unlikely that they derived from a common source that was invented.'

This graphic shows how Aboriginal stories from all over Australia describe the sea level rise that occurred at the end of the last ice age around 10,000 years ago, causing much of the coastline to be flooded by water

Comment by SongStar101 on January 27, 2015 at 8:15am

Inhabitants of PX,  radio communications? Wonder if this will be on the increase as PX approaches?  Interesting.

Mysterious radio signal from space caught live for first time

http://www.foxnews.com/science/2015/01/26/mysterious-radio-signal-f...

Astronomers in Australia have picked up an “alien” radio signal from space for the first time as it occurred. The signal, or radio “burst”, was discovered on May 15, 2014, though it’s just being reported by the Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society. “The burst was identified within 10 seconds of its occurrence,” said Emily Petroff, a doctoral student from Melbourne’s Swinburne University of Technology. “The importance of the discovery was recognized very quickly and we were all working very excitedly to contact other astronomers and telescopes around the world to look at the location of the burst.”

Emerging from an unknown source, these bursts are bright flashes of radio waves that emit as much energy in a few milliseconds as the sun does in 24 hours.  “The first fast radio burst was discovered in 2007,” Petroff tells FoxNews.com, “and up until our discovery there were 8 more found in old or archival data.” While researchers use telescopes in Hawaii, India, Germany, Chile, California, and the California Islands to search for bursts, it is the CSIRO Parkes radio telescope in Eastern Australia that is the first to catch one as its happening.

The cause of these mysterious signals remains unknown, with possible theories ranging from black holes to alien communication. However, UFO hunters shouldn’t get too excited. According to Petroff, “We're confident that they're coming from natural sources, that is to say it's probably not aliens, but we haven't solved the case completely. The two most promising theories at the moment are that these bursts could be produced either by a star producing a highly energetic flare, or from a neutron star collapsing to make a black hole. Both of these things would be from sources in far-away galaxies just reaching us from billions of light years away.”

Catching the bursts as they happen is key to finding the source, and though Petroff’s team scrambled upon making their discovery, they didn’t move fast enough to find the afterglow and pin down the cause. “Finding one in real-time has been the goal for a while because we would then be able to act on it and mobilize other telescopes to look that way,” Petroff says. “We did this in the case of this real-time discovery, but we didn't get on the target until about eight hours later with other telescopes, at which time nothing was found.” However, they were able to eliminate a few possible causes, such as gamma-ray bursts from exploding stars and supernovae. Also, the team was able to determine that the source had been near an object with a sizeable magnetic field from the way the wavelengths were polarized.

While the source of the fast radio burst remains a mystery, the team remains hopeful that they can learn from their mistakes and one day solve the case. “All we can do is learn from our experience with this discovery and create a more efficient system for next time,” Petroff says. “We still spend a large amount of time looking for fast radio bursts with the Parkes telescope and the next time we are in the right place at just the right time, we'll be able to act faster than ever before and hopefully solve the mystery once and for all!”

Comment by casey a on January 24, 2015 at 7:54pm

Big asteroid to fly by Earth Monday. http://www.cnn.com/2015/01/22/us/asteroid-fly-by/.

Also mentioned in the article is: Don Yeomans, director of the Near Earth Object Program @ NASA has retired. He used to be one of the company guys put forth to chirp the coverup lies.

Comment by Starr DiGiacomo on January 22, 2015 at 11:41pm

http://www.ibtimes.com/pulse/doomsday-clock-ticks-closer-apocalypse...

Doomsday Clock Ticks Closer To Apocalypse Because Of Climate Change, Atomic Scientists Warn

Thu, 2015-01-22 14:17

Firefighters battle a wildfire nearly Fresh Pond, California, in September 2014. The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists warned Thursday that the effects of climate change -- including increased heat, drought and wildfires -- are accelerating as countries fail to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Reuters

Doomsday is creeping closer as Earth suffers from rising sea levels, melting glaciers, intensifying storms and devastating drought. Scientists have moved the symbolic Doomsday Clock ahead by two minutes, from five minutes to three minutes till midnight, amid growing concerns about climate change -- and the feeble response by countries to stop this existential threat.

“Despite some modestly positive developments in the climate change arena, current efforts are entirely insufficient to prevent a catastrophic warming of Earth,” the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, a 70-year-old group, warned in a Thursday announcement. The organization also cited “global nuclear weapons modernization and outsized nuclear weapons arsenals” in the United States, Russia and other nations as additional reasons for moving the clock closer to Doomsday.

"It was inaction on climate change and nuclear weapon dismantling and reduction," Kennette Benedict, executive director, Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, said in an interview with International Business Times discussing the decision to advance the minute hand on the Doomsday Clock. "You’ve seen the reports on the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change and [the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's] report that the last decade was the warmest in many, many decades. Science is getting much clearer now. We’re really observing quite extraordinary changes, especially in the Antarctic, and the inevitability of the sea level rise."

The scientists cited a handful of factors that show the accelerating threat of climate change. Let’s take a look:

1. Climate change is already happening -- and it’s our fault

A damaged house is seen after 2012's Hurricane Sandy passed through in the greatly affected community of Atlantique on Fire Island, New York. Rising sea levels -- caused largely by global warming -- intensified the extent and magnitude of coastal flooding during the storm.  Reuters

It’s not a distant or wishy-washy threat. Climate change is here and now, according to a United Nations-led panel of global climate scientists. “Human influence on the climate system is clear and growing, with impacts observed on all continents,” the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change said in a stark November report.

Over the past century, burning oil, coal and natural gas for energy use, converting forests into industrial farmland and razing pristine jungles has pumped massive amounts of greenhouse gases into the atmosphere. As a result, the atmosphere and oceans are warming, sea levels are rising and concentrations of carbon dioxide -- the most abundant greenhouse gas -- have increased to levels unseen in at least the last 800,000 years, according to the assessment.

Need proof the climate is changing? The panel pointed to the mass die-offs of forests in the U.S. West, where heat-loving beetles are thriving and killing trees. More frequent heat waves are destroying crops and causing tens of thousands of deaths worldwide. In New York City, sea levels are 1.1 feet higher today than in 1900. That change proved especially dangerous during 2012’s Hurricane Sandy; the added ocean height worsened the extent and magnitude of coastal flooding during the storm.

Here’s another unsettling tidbit:

2. 2014 was the hottest year on record

A man walks through the dried-up bed of a reservoir in China's Shaanxi province in July 2014. Last year was the planet's hottest year on record, scientists say.  Reuters

Last year, surface temperatures on the land and oceans reached a combined global average of 1.24 degrees Fahrenheit (0.69 degrees Celsius) above the 20th century average -- the hottest level on record since 1880, scientists at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration said earlier this month.

NASA scientists separately determined that the 10 warmest years in the past 135 are all since 2000, with the exception of 1998. Last year “is the latest in a series of warm years, in a series of warm decades,” Gavin Schmidt, who directs NASA’s Goddard Institute for Space Studies in New York, said recently.

He noted that while chaotic weather patterns in certain years can mess with global temperatures, “the long-term trends are attributable to drivers of climate change that right now are dominated by human emissions of greenhouse gases.”

3. Temperatures will keep rising -- and probably past the 2-degree threshold

The coal power plant 'Scholven' owned by German utility giant E.ON. The world needs to keep most its remaining fossil fuel reserves in the ground by 2050 to limit global warming to 2 degrees Celsius.  Reuters

Global warming must be kept to below 2 degrees Celsius (3.6 degrees Fahrenheit) over pre-industrial levels to avoid the most catastrophic impacts of climate change. But scientists generally agree that we’ll breeze past that threshold before the middle of the century, and we could see warming of up to 4.8 degrees Celsius by 2100.

To prevent extreme warming, the world needs to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions entirely before the end of the century. As in, to zero. That means keeping all of the world’s remaining fossil fuel reserves in the ground, an action that will require aggressive government policies such as carbon pricing and trillions of dollars of investment in cleaner energy alternatives.

To limit warming to just 2 degrees, countries will have to keep 80 percent of coal, half of natural gas, and one-third of oil in the ground by 2050, according to a recent study by University College London researchers. Scientists say it’s technically possible to do this, given the recent advancements in solar and wind power and energy-saving technologies. But policy experts say it’s a “politically unachievable” feat right now.

4. Last year’s climate negotiations were kind of a dud

A delegate yawns during a plenary session of the U.N. Climate Change Conference COP 20 in Lima, Peru, in December 2014. Nearly 200 nations agreed at the meeting to work toward a global treaty to reduce emissions, which countries will sign at this year's conference in Paris.  Reuters

The Doomsday Clock scientists said the U.N. climate talks in Peru in December were “inadequate” given the scope of the threat.

At the meeting, 196 countries agreed to work over the next 12 months to develop an international treaty for reducing emissions and investing in low-carbon technologies. Many negotiators and outside observers hailed the conference as a success; it’s perhaps the closest countries have come to an inclusive global agreement in nearly two decades of talks. But critics, including the atomic scientists, pointed out that the “plan to make a plan” isn’t doing much right now to curb global emissions and halt investment in fossil fuels.

The U.N will have another climate summit in Paris later this year, and Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists' Benedict hopes to see serious developments regarding global warming. "I think it almost takes a change in consciousness and we hope that might happen in Paris, that there might be more money set aside for the people who will suffer the most from climate change. People in poor countries, especially low-lying countries along the coast, that would be a big step forward and would signal, to many, that the international community is taking this seriously," Benedict said. "Talk is talk, what we need is action at this point."

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