“It’s been a severe and dangerous summer, some of the heatwaves have been devastatingly hot. … I don’t think anyone anticipated temperatures would be so hot right now. I don’t think we could have expected so many heatwaves in the same general region in one summer. These sort of events are completely unprecedented. You expect records to be beaten by tenths of a degree, not 5F or more.”
— Michael Wehner, Senior Scientist, Lawrence Berkeley Nat’l. LabClick for report.
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“The Chinese told me over and over again of the amount of evidence they have from which they conclude that the E.T. phenomenon is real, in the sense that there are real tangible craft penetrating their airspace.”
– C. B. Scott Jones, Former U.S. Naval Intelligence
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The word ‘solstice’ comes from the Latin words for sun (sol) and to stand (sistere). Summer solstice occurs on the longest day of the year, usually June 20 or 21, although the sun’s position remains in pretty much the same place for a few days either side. During the summer solstice, the Earth’s axis is tilted at its closest point from the sun. This means that in the northern hemisphere, the sun is at its highest point in the sky. It’s also the longest day of the year – and the shortest night.
“NASA and several organizations are now beginning to plan manned missions to Mars. … However, interplanetary deep space is populated not only by microgravity, but also by strong radiation such as galactic cosmic rays, which originate outside the solar system, plus solar particles, which include high-charge, high-energy particles that are difficult to shield from a spacecraft.”
— Science Advances, June 11, 2021
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“Examination of remains recovered from wreckage of UFOBs indicates that Extraterrestrial Biological Entities may be classified into two distinct categories as follows: a. EBE Type I. and EBE Type II.
… It is not definitely known where either type of creature originated, but it seems certain that they did not evolve on earth. It is further evident, although not certain, that they may have originated on two different planets.”
— Page 6, MJ-12 Group Special Operations Manual SOM1 -01Click for report.
“Basically what was on the 35mm negative is a 32-page manual dated 1954, which describes for special field units how to recover crashed flying saucers, how to take them apart, how to pack them, where to ship them, how to take care of the bodies and how to keep the public in the dark.”
— Robert M. Wood, Ph.D., Aerospace EngineerClick for report.
“It’s really cool to see sky clouds shining with color on Mars.”
— Mark Lemmon, Ph.D., Atmospheric Scientist, Space Science Institute, Boulder, ColoradoClick for report.
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“The real action begins when the Moon starts to disappear as it enters the umbra at about 2:45 a.m. Pacific Daylight Time, on May 26, 2021.”
— NASA Scientific Visualization Studio
NASA Scientific Visualization Studio: “On May 26, 2021, during early morning in the western Americas, the Moon enters the Earth’s shadow, creating a total lunar eclipse, the first in almost two and a half years. The above animation shows the changing appearance of the Moon as it travels into and out of the Earth’s shadow, along with times at various stages in Pacific Daylight Time (PDT). Residents in the Pacific time zone are best situated to see this total lunar eclipse that will turn the full moon a reddish-orange color.
The penumbra is the part of the Earth’s shadow where the Sun is only partially covered by the Earth. The umbra is where the Sun is completely hidden. The Moon’s appearance isn’t affected much by the penumbra. The real action begins when the Moon starts to disappear as it enters the umbra at about 2:45 a.m. Pacific Daylight Time in the early morning of May 26, 2021. An hour and a half later, entirely within the umbra, the Moon is a ghostly copper color. For this relatively shallow eclipse, totality lasts only 15 minutes before the Moon begins to emerge from the central shadow.” See: NSVS:
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