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another benefit would be the death of the coal companies.  No more removing the mountaintops of my lovely WV, killing the streams and polluting water tables while subjugating and displacing the people. No more coal ash disasters in my beautiful NC, Yeah death to ya'll and it'll be a good riddance
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Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force Awakens Official Teaser Trailer #1 (2015) - J.J. Abrams Movie HD
Reminds me of an airplane getting ready to take off.
Comet 67P's "Song"

19 August 2014, Posted previously (3 months ago)

Re: Rosetta pursuit - did we get there first ?
« Reply #29 on: August 19, 2014, 05:28:29 PM »

Basic info:

NASA detected radio bursts from this "Comet".
Can change trajectory at will.
Shows signs on the outside of machine like parts.
Being disguised as a comet.

Sounds like crap.......until

11 November 2014, ESA announces that comet is singing a "song":

On the night of November 11, 2014, ESA announced that the Rosetta spacecraft
carrying the Philae lander had recorded a “song” emanating from Comet
67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko. Rosetta’s Plasma Consortium – a suite of five
instruments used to study 67P – detected the sound, which cannot be heard by
the human ear at 40 to 50 millihertz (outside the range of human hearing).

Article at:

Download actual MP3 audio file from here:

The following screenshots were produced using a program called Raven. The
program allows the user to examine sound files (in this case WAV files), while
producing both a graphical signal window, and a graphical spectrogram window.

The original file was in MP3 format and was converted to WAV format which is
one of the required formats for this particular software.

The program (RAVEN Lite) is available (free) from Cornell University here:

Now to the signal itself.

The signal occurs on two channels, and is slightly different.

From the beginning, I suspected this to have more data than just what was
observed from this original capture.

It reminded me of a possible compressed data signal. So the following examples
were generated for the entire signal at 1 minute, at 10 seconds, at 1 second
and at 3/10ths of a second.

As is evident, this process revealed what appears to be an actual analog

Signal is on top, Spectrogram on the bottom in each frame.

If you listen to the sound at a slower speed, it sounds just like (to me) a
motor running at slow speed and then increasing and decreasing its speed at
various points in the file, due to (perhaps) a load on the motor.

There may be additional information other than the "motor" sound which seems to be a background event. At this point :dunno:
Still examining the file using various other software.

You can use the cited program (RAVEN) to listen to the file at a RATE value of .3 or locate another program which will allow you to slow down the playback.

Tell us about it... / Re: Happy Thanksgiving!
« Last post by ArniK on November 27, 2014, 07:04:55 PM »
Thank God, the real one.
There  is no evidence for a hard icy layer.  It could be a rocky layer. It could be something else.  They gave speculation as fact.
Zip Monster: (
...Brandenburg concludes that the Earth's interstellar neighborhood has forces or beings hostile to young, noisy, civilisations like the ones people has on Earth.
(My Bolding)

It's interesting that in various translations of Sumerian cuneiform tablets, Enlil's 'reason' for bringing on whatever the 'Flood' was, concerned the humans becoming too 'noisy' for his tastes...


So who nuked the ... "space port at Ur"?

Great line! If I remember Sitchin correctly (it was long ago), though, the 'space port' that was nuked was in the Sinai - during what you termed "Anunnaki vs Anunnaki" civil war. The "space port at Ur" was destroyed in the earlier 'Flood', what ever that really was. The space port in the Sinai was the 'replacement' space port for Ur.

I would 'dig' in both areas, just on the off-chance! :dance2:


Keith & Fsbirdhouse:
It will be interesting to see whether the 'story-type' ultimately turns out to be more sci-fi or non-fiction... :guitar:


Also, more on the Brandenburg story:
November 26, 2014      by Joseph P. Farrell
Dr. John Brandenburg, a physicist with impeccable credentials... and whom I had the pleasure of meeting some years ago at a conference where he outlined a fascinating unified field theory, has outlined a new theory hypothesizing the use of nuclear weapons on Mars in an ancient interplanetary war:

Scientist Says Aliens Nuked Martians and We May be Next
While I certainly cannot second guess the argument in Dr. Brandenburg’s book, I do think his argument is credible for a number of  reasons. Let’s take the aspects of Cydonia Mensa and Galaxios Chaos, and if you’re a Sitchin fan, this might interest you (with the caveat, of course, that I do not subscribe to many of Sitchin’s theories or scenarios, for reasons I’ve outlined elsewhere). A “planetary catastrophe” on Mars makes sense of many human myths, not the least of which is the idea of a planetary-scale deluge or flood, for of all the planets in the solar system, Mars presents the best geological evidence of such an event. If, as Dr. Brandenburg hypothesizes, Mars was home to intelligent and even humanoid (or even human) life at some point in antiquity, these myths take on a new significance. Recall only the myths of some African tribes that they came from Mars on a “ship”. Sitchin, in his works, hypothesizes a nuclear war on Earth in antiquity – for which a certain body of evidence exists at places like Mohenjo Daro in India or the Libyan Desert Glass, a region in the Sahara covered with silicate resembling the Trinity test site in New Mexico – a war described in Mesopotamian texts created a foul “wind” that killed animal and human life.

Here is the import of Brandenburg’s hypothesis, for such “hot” areas on Mars, in regions well-known for their suggestions of artificial structures and other objects would suggest that one need not restrict such myths to a merely terrestrial context. Additionally, his idea – as far as it can be gleaned from the article’s summary of his forthcoming book – would seem to fit well with other models of ancient astronomical history, and more particularly, with some ancient texts that I have reviewed in the “cosmic war” context in my various books.

We can, of course,predict the reaction of most of the scientific community, who will remain wedded to “naturalistic” causes and explanations. But he is to be credited for having the courage to state openly, and consistently over the years that he has spoken or written on this subject, what everyone knows: you don’t get Xenon-129 and uranium and thorium in these concentrations naturally.
(Italics in original.)


The above also brings up an old 'interest' of mine. When astro-geologists finally got a good look at Venus, they deduced the whole planetary surface was 'young' due to the lack of craters. They then 'theorized' that the entire planetary surface must have been 'overturned' in some kind of geologically-recent, natural 'resurfacing'. This has been the dogma ever since, despite no real evidence and the fact that no other planet has been seen to do this. Hence, my 'interest'...

If I put on my Brandenburg-Sitchin hat, I can be open to non-natural causes. In particular, I remember a scene in one of Babylon 5's last-year episodes in which 'Shadow' forces unleashed a flurry of 'missiles' onto a planet which burrowed beneath the mantle and detonated, causing 'resurfacing' of the entire planet and, of course, extinction of all life on that planet...
Tell us about it... / Re: Happy Thanksgiving!
« Last post by Mayito7777 on November 27, 2014, 01:11:20 PM »
Happy Thanksgiving
Could there be another explanation for nuclear explosions beside human/aliens? Maybe a natural form coming from the stars?
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