“There’s something bad going on… Believe me!”

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I had a flash of light the other day, thinking about things Donald Trump said in the wake of the tragedy in Orlando. One of the the things he said was “There’s something bad going on… Believe me!” He also said if we don’t do something about it now, one day we won’t have a … Continue reading

Back to The Future Predicts 9/11- and references 7/11

I’m a believer in the power of the human mind. The energy that exists just beyond our everyday reality is malleable, it flows and we flow within it. More than we know, we have the ability to make an impression on the universe around us. As well, the universe will make an impression upon us, … Continue reading

New Galactic Center X-ray Transient Detected by Swift: SWIFT J174540.7-290015

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(Above: Crow. Ok… I get it? You can stop laughing now, you damn bird. Makes me wanna eat you even more!!) Well… One must admit when one has jumped the gun, and I may have been a tiny bit premature with my last post?? Maybe? Hell. You can’t blame me! Just read a couple posts … Continue reading

New observations of Sgr A* show Dramatic Increase in High Energy Output!

Image from swift-sgra.com showing observed energy output from Sgr A*. February 7, 2015 @ 23:00 UTC

The SWIFT team has been observing the Galactic Center for three years. The observations have given us data on a new magnetar in the GC, and shows in the data as the tallest peaks, reaching almost 14 sigma above the normally observed energy output of about 3 sigma, usually less. The oddly smooth data gaps … Continue reading

Sgr A* vs. G2: Postmortem and What’s Next

From the Max Plank Institute for Extraterrestrial Physics, showing the orbital path of G1 and G2.

A Short Review Observation of the stars in orbit around the Supermassive Black Hole (SMBH), Sgr A*, began in the early 1990s. At that time it was hypothesized that a SMBH existed at the center of our galaxy, but confirmation would not be possible until the orbits of the innermost stars could be determined. Finding … Continue reading

Draupnir: Odin’s Golden Armband

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Image from the SWIFT monitoring of Sgr A*. In the stories of the Norse Religion, when Odin’s son is killed, at the funeral Odin places on his son an armband made of gold. Called Draupnir, this armband will drop 8 rings of equal weight on every 9th night. As I have watched the data from … Continue reading

National Ice Center Stops Lying, Just Stops Posting Data

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So far during this year's monitoring of total ice in the Northern Hemisphere, NATICE has confirmed only ONE of the multiple rises in ice volume with a green 'gain' in weekly ice totals. The others?? They've decided to report numbers whenever it suites their needs- a day late here, three days early there. Just so … Continue reading

National Ice Center Stops Lying, Just Stops Posting Data

So far during this year's monitoring of total ice in the Northern Hemisphere, NATICE has confirmed only ONE of the multiple rises in ice volume with a green 'gain' in weekly ice totals. The others?? They've decided to report numbers whenever it suites their needs- a day late here, three days early there. Just so … Continue reading

Sgr A* vs. G2- Coalescence At The Galactic Center

First, Dr. Gillessen of the MPE said in his last paper “even non-detections can be rewarding. And we encourage the reporting thereof.” As generous and gracious as he has been in his papers, this subtle statement makes me wonder if someone or some government agency has approached his team and attempted to stop reporting of… … Continue reading

Baked Alaska! NWS in Fairbanks Summary

Below is the recap for the final week of October, 2013, from the National Weather Service office in Fairbanks, AK. You can follow along at home by going to their website http://pafg.arh.noaa.gov/ PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FAIRBANKS AK 900 AM AKST MON NOV 4 2013 …WEEKLY WEATHER SUMMARY FOR FAIRBANKS ALASKA… OBSERVED LAST … Continue reading

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