Archive for February 1, 2012

The Coming Apocalypse: The Pacific Ring of Fire has been Heating up over the last Two Years

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IRIS Earthquake  2-Year Historic Map 2009-2011
IRIS Earthquake  2-Year Historic Map of all Quakes along the Ring of Fire from January 20, 2009 to December 17, 2011 

For those following earth changes for their relevance to the coming of the Messiah, here are two charts to comprehend.  Both are IRIS maps published by the United States Geological Services. What is most important is to notice the dates of each map, and then begin to analyze the finer data that is including in regard not just to large earthquakes but most important to the flurries of smaller quakes (purples dots) that are caused by ‘Planet Earth rocking and rolling’ as it is buffeted by the strong electromagnetic force field of Nibiru, the Dark Twin Binary Brown (Red) Star that is returning as our Sun’s Twin Solar System as an emissary of G-d’s divine judgment.

The IRIS Earthquake map below shows the number of quakes on Planet Earth for a 5 year historical period between the years of January 20, 2004 to January 20, 2009. The IRIS Earthquake map above depicts the number of earthquake for only 2 year historical period between the dates of January 9, 2009 and December 17, 2011.

Take a close look and consider what is visibly obvious of how the number of large earthquakes have become more numerous and intensive in magnitude in the Read more…

“NASA Satellite Detects Alien Atoms” –Different from Chemical Composition of Our Solar System

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AbdNASA’s Interstellar Boundary Explorer, the centerpiece of a $169 million mission mapping the frontier of the sun’s influence, has detected atoms from interstellar space streaming by Earth, that are different from the chemical make-up of the solar system, scientists announced Tuesday.

The IBEX satellite observed hydrogen, oxygen, neon and helium atoms that originated in interstellar space, the vacuous medium between stars in the Milky Way galaxy and found 74 oxygen atoms for every 20 neon atoms in the interstellar material, compared with 111 oxygen atoms for every 20 neon atoms inside the solar system. Most of the interstellar medium is made up of hydrogen and helium. Heavier elements, such as oxygen and neon, are spread by exploding supernovae at the end of a star’s life cycle, according to NASA.

“We’ve directly measured four separate types of atoms from interstellar space and the composition just doesn’t match up with what we see in the solar system,” said Eric Christian, IBEX mission scientist at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Md. “IBEX’s observations shed a whole new light on the mysterious Read more…

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Klaus Dona: On 25 Feet Tall Giant Skeletons And Other Hidden Discoveries!

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Klaus Dona interview with Regina(November 2011) about; his discoveries, giants, mysteries, ancient civilizations, Earth and human life. He also shows some of the artifacts he has found Read more…

47 Signs That China Is Absolutely Destroying America On The Global Economic Stage

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Have you ever watched a football game or a basketball game where one team dominates the other team so badly that calling it a “blowout” would be a huge understatement?  Well, that is what China is doing to the United States.  China is absolutely destroying America on the global economic stage.  Once upon a time, the Chinese economy was a joke and the U.S. economy was the most powerful the world had ever seen.  But over the past couple of decades the U.S. economy has decayed and declined while the Chinese economy has skyrocketed.  Today, China makes more steel, more automobiles, more beer, more cotton, more coal and more solar panels than we do.  China has the fastest train in the world, the fastest computer in the world and they export twice as much high-tech equipment as we do.  In 2011, our trade deficit with China was the largest trade deficit that one nation has had with another nation in the history of the world, and China has now accumulated more than 3 trillion dollars in foreign currency reserves.  Every single day, we lose more jobs, more businesses and more of our national wealth to China.  In technical economic terms, China has “taken us out behind the woodshed” and has beaten the living daylights out of us.  Unfortunately, most Americans are so addicted to entertainment that they don’t even realize what is happening.

If you do not believe that China is wiping the floor with America in front of the rest of the world, just keep reading.  The following are 47 signs that China is absolutely destroying America on the global economic stage…. Read more…

Gold and Silver Are Headed for Record Highs

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Gold and silver are on fire.

The yellow metal is finishing up the month of January with a gain of more than 10%.

But silver is the star… It’s going to double the performance of gold for the month.

In fact, silver is up 21.5% in January!

To put that into perspective, silver’s January gain has outperformed the Dow’s 2011 performance. It also outperformed last year’s gains in the NASDAQ and S&P 500.

You might think that since these metals are up so much for the first month of the year, they’re ripe for a pullback. And that may be correct.

However, the charts of both gold and silver — but especially gold — are insanely bullish…

This is a weekly chart of gold going back nearly three years:


As you can see clear as day, gold is forming an Read more…

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China’s Love Of Africa

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THE $200 million new headquarters of the African Union – a gift from China – is another confirmation of the continent’s inability to get things done by itself. Almost 50 years after the formation of the Organisation of African Unity, OAU, the AU’s forebear, the continent could not afford the AU’s new edifice that has cast a permanent role for China in Africa.

Disgraced Libyan despot Moammar Gadhafi could be largely thanked for the new building. As AU Chairman in 2009, he was planning to move the AU’s headquarters from Addis Ababa to his native Sirte. The Ethiopians, who have been close to China, secured the AU headquarters with the offer from China, which built and furnished it.

The new African Union headquarters built and fully funded by the Chinese government at a cost of $200 million. The building hosted this year’s AU Summit in the Ethiopian capital. The towering building – Addis Ababa’s tallest – symbolizes China’s strengthening ties with Africa, a major source of foreign investment from China. AFP

Addis Ababa has been Africa’s diplomatic capital since the Read more…

ACLU warns bill would gut video privacy law

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The American Civil Liberties Union on Tuesday expressed its concern with proposed changes to the Video Privacy Protection Act (VPPA), which would allow companies to gain perpetual consent to sharing their customers’ video rental records.

At a Senate Judiciary subcommittee on Privacy, Technology and the Law hearing on Tuesday lawmakers debated changes to the law, which requires companies to ask for consent every time they disclose records.

Netflix and other Internet-based companies would like to see the law changed so that they could share their customers’ rental history with social media sites and other third-parties.

But the ACLU said in a letter (PDF) that changing the law would Read more…

A Gigantic Pyramid on Ocean Sea Floor in Bermuda Triangle?

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Coordinates Roughly 30° N, 77° W…, on an archological discovery of the remains of an ancient walled city which predates the construction of Egypt’s pyramids off the Georgia coast, I dug up a bit nearby the Atlantic East Coast

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Self-Guided Bullet Could Strike Laser-Designated Targets From A Mile Away

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You might remember the scene in The Hurt Locker where some soldiers are ambushed by a sniper and must do a little return sniping. That process of spotting, adjusting the sights, and altering the bullet’s ballistic trajectory bit by bit and degree by degree may soon no longer be necessary: Sandia Labs has developed a bullet with a built-in processor that guides its own flight via tiny adjustable fins.

The idea is that the bullet would go exactly where it was meant to go, and not deviate from the target because of wind, gravity, or other factors. They say that at the range of a kilometer, a normal bullet might be off by almost 10 yards, while this guided bullet would get within Read more…

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How to Beat Facial-Recognition Software

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Over the last decade, computers have become better at seeing faces. Software can tell if a camera has a face in its frame of vision, and law enforcement has been testing facial-recognition programs that can supposedly pick out suspects in a crowd. That’s prompted an arms race between the people who build facial-recognition systems — and those seeking ways to defeat them.

Facial-recognition software is becoming a bigger issue for privacy advocates as well. Surveillance cameras are already ubiquitous in the U.K., are showing up in more places in the U.S. and may increasingly be connected to facial-recognition systems.

“I went to a Kinko’s a while ago,” said Alex Kilpatrick, chief technology officer and co-founder of Tactical Information Systems, a company in Austin, Texas, that sells facial-recognition software to Read more…