Monday, September 21, 2009

UFO classified technology and the secret space program / It's time to blow your mind

"...Just as we had presented in our important summary article, The Big Picture, the problem is one which involves massive potential Earth Changes that could, in extremis, threaten our civilization. The situation had been extensively studied and evaluated and the conclusion had been reached that the public could not be told..."

Sacramento UFO Examiner - Gregory Brewer
The following article may just melt your brain. We can not verify the validity of this information but found it enough to sit us back in our chairs in silence for a few moments while scratching our heads. WOW is all we have to say on this one. Take a few extra minutes and read this article all the way through. It’s worth the entertainment, especially for those of us enthusiasts who have been exposed to so much already. The subject of UFOs and the information we receive can be like a drug habit. It takes more and more to impress the veterans out here. The article below is an excerpt from an interview with Jake Simpson. His bio will follow this article. Please commence with the brain melting now.

Classified technology and the secret space program
Jake emphasized to us that the current state of classified technology was something like 10,000 [ten thousand] years ahead of public sector technology - and was accelerating away from public sector technology at a current rate of 1,000 years per calendar year.
This got our attention.
Jake did not blink when we mentioned time travel, the Mars base, or the advanced fleet of craft which we had been told by Henry Deacon serviced it. Jake told us that some of the advanced craft were capable of traveling from geostationary orbit (22,300 miles) to treetop height in five seconds. (Work it out: that's about 16 million miles per hour - although Jake made it clear that the craft would not actually be moving through space in the normal sense... and would also never be seen unless this was intended.) Some of the craft were "larger on the inside than outside".
Had they traveled to the outer reaches of the solar system? Yes. Beyond our solar system? Yes. Are some of them superluminal (i.e. capable of faster-than-light travel)? Yes. Were some of them very large? Yes. By this time, we were no longer surprised by Jake's answers. The significance of the superluminal craft would be stressed in a subsequent conversation. The human race had had contact with extraterrestrials since before World War II. Jake told us that it was very probable that Eisenhower's 1955 heart attack was at least partially induced by the stress of some of the information he had learned from the extraterrestrials who he had personally met a short time before (after several previous set-up meetings with senior military officials).
Taken all together, Jake told us, the ET visitors came from various races, systems and times, and that human DNA "was compatible" with hundreds of different races. All these ET races, in some meaningful sense, could be said to be "human or human-like”.
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Earthquake hits near Mexicali, felt in Yuma

An earthquake originating in Mexicali was felt in Yuma Saturday afternoon. According to the United States Geological Survey (USGS), the 4.9 magnitude earthquake began at 3:55 p.m.
The USGS said the quake originated at an estimated depth of 6.2 miles below the earth's surface. An aftershock of magnitude 2.7 occurred at the same location at 4:16 p.m. "It was close to Mexicali, so we expect to see minor damage in that area, but it was not very serious," said Richard Buckmaster, a geophysicist with USGS. "It was fairly shallow, and the closer it is to the surface the more likely it is for people to feel more intense shaking. Think of the earth as insulation. The larger the distance between the earthquake and the surface of the earth the better, because most of the shock is absorbed by the time it gets to the surface."
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Asteroid Juno Grabs the Spotlight

Toward the end of September, the sun will turn a spotlight on the asteroid Juno, giving that bulky lump of rock a rare featured cameo in the night sky. Those who get out to a dark, unpolluted sky will be able to spot the asteroid's silvery glint near the planet Uranus with a pair of binoculars. "It can usually be seen by a good amateur telescope, but the guy on the street doesn't usually get a chance to observe it," said Don Yeomans, manager of NASA's Near Earth Object Program Office at JPL. "This is going to be as bright as it gets until 2018." Juno, one of the first asteroids discovered, is thought to be the parent of many of the meteorites that rain on Earth. The asteroid is composed mostly of hardy silicate rock, which is tough enough that fragments broken off by collisions can often survive a trip through Earth's atmosphere.
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Report on global warming predicts dire Illinois consequences

By Jim Tankersley
WASHINGTON -- If global warming continues unchecked, Chicago would see a repeat of the killer 1995 heat wave every summer by the middle of the century, an environmental group says in a study released Wednesday. The report from the Union of Concerned Scientists also predicts that the city's air quality would deteriorate if humans do not scale back greenhouse gas emissions dramatically.Illinois farmers would suffer from droughts, pests and flooding that would more than outweigh any potential benefits from a longer growing season caused by warmer temperatures. Heat stress in cattle could force the state's dairy industry to migrate north.
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