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 Kamil Rak on February 15, 2024 at 8:04pm

Planet X a.k.a. Nibiru does exist. A video.


Comment by Juan F Martinez on October 14, 2023 at 1:17am

‘Earth-like’ Planet Nine could be hiding in our solar system: research


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Comment by Juan F Martinez on September 29, 2023 at 7:28pm



Comment by Jorge Mejia on September 13, 2023 at 8:45pm

UFOlogist Jaime Maussan said: "These specimen are not part of our terrestrial evolution"

Mexico's Congress saw an official event where two “alien corpses” were unveiled in Mexico City. The official “unveiling” of the two alleged “alien corpses” was carried out by ufologist Jaime Maussan.

The two small “corpses” were displayed for all observers. Organisers claimed that the small mummified specimen were a thousand years old and had been “retrieved” from Cusco, Peru.

Maussan told members of the Mexican government that “UFO specimen” were studied at the Autonomous National University of Mexico, where scientists, he stated were able to draw DNA evidence using radiocarbon dating.

Hinfuistan Times
Wednesday, Sep 13, 2023

Personal Note:
Yesterday, September 12, an audience was held ´before Mexico's Congress with pilots, an airport controller, ufologist Jaime Maussan, and others. They described their experiences and questions to this "phenomenon". I could not attend fully, but here is the Youtue link (in Spanish):


Comment by Juan F Martinez on April 13, 2023 at 6:06am


“My goal is to create X, the Everything App. Twitter is an accelerator.

- Elon Musk

X MARKS THE SPOT (https://t.me/seccomms/17931)
Are you ready?


Comment by Juan F Martinez on March 10, 2023 at 9:45pm

Official Government Report Claims There May Be "Alien Mothership" Inside Solar System

The Pentagon recently released a draft report about the ongoing UFO mystery yesterday, and the media is all over it. While stories of Chinese spy balloons being shot down continue to baffle the public, there are a few ideas even scarier: that the UFOs are all coming from someplace else…someplace massive.



Comment by Tracie Crespo on February 19, 2023 at 12:07am


What Happens if Lake Mead Hits Dead Pool and Hoover Dam Stops Working?

Story by Robyn White  9h ago

The Hoover Dam, standing 726.4 feet tall, is one of the greatest feats of American engineering—and one of its most important. The dam formed Lake Mead, the largest man-made reservoir in the U.S., which irrigates 1,500,000 acres of land and provides water to over 16,000,000 people—a vital source of life to the populations of California and Nevada.

A photo shows the Hoover Dam, which forms Lake Mead in Nevada.
A photo shows the Hoover Dam, which forms Lake Mead in Nevada.© superjoseph/Getty

What Would Happen If The Hoover Dam Broke?

But what would happen if it were to break—and how likely is that? As the water levels of both Lake Mead, and its tributary the Colorado River, are near record lows after a yearslong megadrought in the region, the chances are slim.

Robert Glennon, a water policy and law expert and emeritus professor at the University of Arizona, told Newsweek: "It's not too likely to break because there's not much water. Usually dams break when the river overtops the dam and water flows, and the downstream base erodes the dam itself.

"The question [as to whether it will break] is a great one, but I would reframe it. What's more likely to happen is that the water in Lake Mead hits what we call dead pool. Dead pool is when the water above the dam is so low that no water passes through it."

Before the Hoover Dam's construction, the southwest used to be at the mercy of the wild Colorado River, which would occasionally overflow and flood farmlands. The Hoover Dam allowed the water to be controlled, so that this would no longer happen.

The Hoover Dam was also constructed to provide a reliable source of water for the southwest, including major cities like Los Angeles.

It also produces hydropower. The Hoover Dam produces around 4 billion kilowatt-hours of hydroelectric power each year for Nevada, Arizona, and California, for around 1.3 million people.

If the Hoover Dam stopped functioning, the electrical grid would be majorly affected. The income the electricity produces also funds its upkeep. The dam is completely self-supporting, meaning if it broke, income for repairs would be difficult to come by.

"[Dead pool] would mean no hydropower, no water supply. So there are 40 million people who rely on the Colorado River and if there's no water coming through Hoover Dam that affects the water supply for 40 million people. And we're talking about the Great Western cities, southwestern cities. We're talking about farmers and we're talking about tribes," Glennon said.

"A final way to look at this problem, if you live in New York City, why should you care about the flow in the Colorado River? And the answer is, do you like to eat salad? Most Americans do. And between November and March, more than 90 percent of the salad greens to leafy lettuces comes from this region. So if there's no water flowing down the river there's no salad."

But how likely is this scenario?

A physical breach is extremely unlikely. It would take a natural disaster or a huge explosion to collapse the dam. But if this were to happen, the water held in Lake Mead would spill out over the land as the walls collapsed.

When the lake is at its maximum capacity of 1,220 feet, it holds 9.3 trillion gallons of water. This is enough water to cover 10 million acres, which is bigger than the state of Maryland.

Lake Mead's water levels are not what they once were, but they remain large. It holds enough water to cause a wave that would devastate communities.

It is difficult to predict how many places would be damaged, as it all depends on the speed at which the wave comes. But the wave from Lake Mead would likely wash away or destroy anything in its path.

Anthony F. Arrigo, associate professor of communication at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth and author of the 2014 book Imaging Hoover Dam: The Making of a Cultural Icon, told Newsweek: "Without the dam system along the Colorado it's not hyperbole to say that the southwest would be virtually uninhabitable. The reason that the southwest exists as we know it today is because of the dams. There is no other reason.

"There simply is not enough water falling from the skies or under people's feet to support the millions of inhabitants and hectares of agriculture. The only reason that Los Angeles was able to grow beyond a few hundred thousand people is because they received lots of water piped in from the Colorado River."

While its physical collapse is not likely, dead pool is—and officials believe it could happen in just a few years.

As of February 15, Lake Mead's water levels were at 1047.58 feet. This is only around 30 percent of its full capacity. In July 2022, the lake's water levels reached an all-time low of 1,040 feet.

Lake Mead's water levels could reach 992 feet by the end of July 2024, the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation reported in a two-year "probabilistic projection" for the Colorado River system. This is the "probable minimum" level the lake could reach within 24 months.

Officials have warned that dead pool could be reached by 2025, if the lake continues drying up at the rate it is currently. But Glennon said that one would need a "crystal ball" to know for sure.

"The longer we wait, the worse it will get and there's a specific reason for this. The Grand Canyons in the west are V-shaped, like a martini glass. So they're very wide at the top and very narrow at the bottom.

"We're now getting close to the bottom. And in each foot of elevation at the narrow section of the canyon, holds less water. So we can drop a heck of a lot faster than the feet way up higher.

"It would be a catastrophe for the cities and farmers and tribes downstream. A catastrophe for the food production in the four months of the calendar from November to March. Dead pool, the killing of the Colorado River, is just a horrible thought."

Comment by SongStar101 on January 29, 2023 at 2:28am

Did earth's inner core stop spinning? New study finds it may soon start turning in reverse


Planet Earth's inner core may have stopped turning and could go into reverse, according to a study published this week.

Earth is formed of three layers: the crust, the mantle, and the core.

Made almost entirely of metal – specifically, iron and nickel, its inner core rests 3,200 miles below the crust, separated from the mantle by the liquid outer core which allows the inner core to rotate at a different speed from the planet's rotation.

Researchers studied seismic waves from repeating earthquakes that have passed through the Earth’s inner core over the last six decades to infer how fast the inner core is spinning, Xiaodong Song and Yi Yang of China's Peking University published Monday in the journal Nature Geoscience.

The study's authors said they found that the inner core's rotation "came to near halt around 2009 and then turned in an opposite direction."

Since then, the authors said, seismic records – which previously changed over time, showed little difference.

"This globally consistent pattern suggests that inner-core rotation has recently paused," they wrote. “We show surprising observations that indicate the inner core has nearly ceased its rotation in the recent decade and may be experiencing a turning-back."

When you look at the decade between 1980 and 1990, Song said, you see clear change but when you look at 2010 through 2020 you don’t see much change.


Has Earth’s inner core stopped its strange spin?

Comment by Juan F Martinez on January 20, 2023 at 4:37pm

John Kerry applauds fellow Davos attendees as 'extraterrestrial' for wanting to save the planet

THE ANNUNAKI, ANCIENT GODS  http://www.zetatalk.com/index/blog0926.htm


Comment by Juan F Martinez on November 1, 2022 at 8:47pm

'Planet killer' asteroid measuring almost one MILE wide is spotted lurking in the inner Solar System – and could hit Earth one day, scientists warn

A massive asteroid described as a 'planet killer' has been spotted lurking in the inner Solar System – and it could one day hit Earth, scientists warn.  Nearly a mile in diameter (1.5km), the asteroid, called 2022 AP7, has an orbit that crosses the orbit of Earth and is described as 'potentially hazardous'. 

It's one of three near-Earth asteroids (NEAs) found in the inner Solar System, hiding in the glare of the sun, although the other two are smaller. 


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