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Hidden Mission Review / Re: Top-Hats and Dunce Caps...Honestly, Of Whom am I Thinkin' ?
« Last post by EA on November 22, 2014, 10:10:22 PM »
Imagine That.
Red Hair = Testarossa = Ferrari =  Special Paint = Rossetta
That was easy as Bamf Pi.
itza Realisation / Real Eye say shun

Reality bytes Imagination writes betwixt thee sites.

Rosetta's Philae lander successfully made the first controlled touchdown on a comet nucleus, specifically Comet 67P, on 12 November 2014.[26][27][28]
Astrophysicist Elizabeth Pearson says although the future of the lander Philae is uncertain,
the orbiter Rosetta is the workhorse of the mission and its work will carry on. [29] :horsepoop:
...carry on...
It was designed to take a hit.

It kept on hitting.The probe is named after the Rosetta Stone, a stele of Egyptian origin featuring a decree in three scripts.

There is merit to using Philae itself as a yardstick for itz triple winky tinked quantum linked approach to the surface.

I use Philae as a constant in my approach to discovery.

Using Philae itself as a CONSTANT structurally may indeed unearth a new clue or two(or three). :whistle:

As a caveat to your excellent falcon eyed thought-post goshawk:
is that Philae may be Sonically/accoustically vibrated/levitated into relocation or destruction by the Duck- Song of 67p.
Or it may Be jetted out and relocated or destroyed by plasmatic/spasmatic outbursts as it approaches step by step SOL.
Hidden Mission Review / Re: Jim Marrs makes a few mistakes
« Last post by EA on November 22, 2014, 09:14:21 PM »
Heh. :smoke:

Yes, that's a still from S6E8, Aliens and the Red Planet (in which they told us, among other lies, that Viking 1 landed at Cydonia.)

Who is "us" if "we" ain't you???  :dunno:

I am glad you joined we,they, them, those,there... :rofl:

It seems logical you don't include vianova as he was gone for four years.

Them,There US varmits should be qualified and defined by further study.

piss poor poker playing
Putin already knows our capabilities
and Putin isn't going to back down
using his judo mentality waiting for Der Homeland and NATO
to over extend themselves to Putin's advantage .
November 22, 2014        by Joseph P. Farrell

So what may we be looking at here? The first thought that came to my mind is we were looking at carefully contrived disinformation (with high production value, after all, look at the video). How likely is Lockheed going to disclose any super-secret fusion technology right in front of the camera? Not very. So why the allusions to Farnsworth? Perhaps to deflect attention away from the concepts they’re really working on; after all, Farnsworth’s device is a hot fusion device, using a (then) novel method of containment. In other words, perhaps it was all, as I originally hypothesized, a clever bit of distraction from the other fusion story at the time: the University of Uppsala and University of Bologna’s studies of Dr Andrea Rossi’s ECAT “cold fusion” device, studies which concluded explicitly that nuclear reactions were occurring in his device.

But the other possibility is that perhaps, like all disinformation, the Lockheed story has some kernel of truth to it: “look at us, we got this crazy thing to work!” And in today’s highly charged geopolitical tensions, one has to entertain speculations of all sorts, and here’s a whopper-doozie: suppose one got such a device to work at various scales, from the small to very large, and suppose one allowed the containment on a large device suddenly to fail. One and the same technology – always under the aegis of that hugely subjunctive “if” – could be a new energy technology and, for all intents and purposes, a “clean” hydrogen bomb, without the nasty fallout effects of the atom bomb that is normally required as the “fuse” in thermonuclear bombs.

The bottom line here is, by releasing this video and this image with the clear resemblance to Farnsworth’s concepts of half a century ago, Lockheed is playing, at the minimum, a clever game, leaving one guessing what the needle in the fusion haystack is, for note, as yet, they have released no hard data or conceptual details, other than these clear allusions to Farnsworth.
(Bolding and italics in original)

With all the "highly charged geopolitical tensions" of today, I wonder if this is a back-door way of letting Putin know 'we' now have the capability of 'clean' atomic warfare, God help us...

(Or disinformation intended to back Putin off...)
Hidden Mission Review / Re: Jim Marrs makes a few mistakes
« Last post by lincoln on November 22, 2014, 08:17:15 AM »
That is Giorgio Tsoukalos. He is most well-known as a mainstay on the "Ancient Aliens" TV series.

Yes, that's a still from S6E8, Aliens and the Red Planet (in which they told us, among other lies, that Viking 1 landed at Cydonia.)  For a critical review of Brandenberg's proposal that there was once a nuclear war on Mars, read this.

FYI Tsoukalos's expertise is in sports information and communication. He graduated in this subject from Ithaca College. His knowledge of planetary astronomy appears to be non-existent.
Hidden Mission Review / Re: Jim Marrs makes a few mistakes
« Last post by goshawks on November 22, 2014, 01:25:29 AM »
The image Linc' posted is of Brandenburg. Who is the sidekick with the faux-elvis hairdo next to him?

That is Giorgio Tsoukalos. He is most well-known as a mainstay on the "Ancient Aliens" TV series. He has also begun a solo new series, "In Search of Aliens." He is Swiss-born and a protégé of Erich von Däniken. I find some useful commentary from him and also some really-bad science. Use discernment...
...a gold-plated bronze vessel and a gold-plated bronze wreath...

Baghdad battery?    :whistle:
Anomalous Herald News / Re: WWIII ?
« Last post by goshawks on November 22, 2014, 01:04:36 AM »
The UN Arms Trade Treaty [ATT] is essentially a global ban on private gun ownership. Each signatory agrees to relinquish national sovereignty and place the UN in charge of enacting gun laws. Each signatory also agrees to enforce whatever gun laws the UN so desires.

Various 'conspiracy theorists' have noted that TPTB have shifted away from having citizens vote on controversial measures, instead end-running the measures through as treaties. It is argued, by TPTB, that international treaties transcend local laws.

When two European nations voted against the EU's formation, it was rammed-through as a 'treaty', to which all the countries had to acquiescence...


The Dutch repatriating of part of their offshore gold is the camel's nose under the tent. Now, other nations will be emboldened to insist on the same. I wonder if the Germans will now 'renegotiate' the stretched-out delivery of their gold...

As far as "Dutch must have some leverage," Amsterdam used to be the Venice of the north. Old money. Also, the first Bilderburg meeting took place in the Netherlands...


I wonder how many mass graves they will find in the Spring in Kiev-held areas of Eastern Ukraine ?
With the Hindu epics talking about aerial/spacecraft combat back toward the end of a Golden Age, is it too far afield to extrapolate that to solar-system-wide combat? The epics' descriptions of the 'ultimate' weapons, including results on humans, sound eerily like nukes. Brandenburg may have found evidence of their use on Mars...

Also, if Sitchin's version of the Anunnaki is correct, they, too, had the equivalent of a 'civil war' on Earth with nuclear-style weapons. Why not off-planet, also?

Brandenburg’s research centers around a high concentration of Xenon-129 in the atmosphere of Mars, as well as an abundance of Uranium and Thorium on the planet’s surface...

Nice to see some science being used, whether he is right or wrong in his conclusions...
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