Thursday, February 23, 2017

Walk-ins, Wanderers, and Inserts




Tom DeLong 2017 UFO Researcher of the Year






Keanu Reeves open to do Matrix 4   CBNews - February 23, 2017




Thursday

It's been a busy week here as teachers are on Winter Break and coming for readings ... two more today.

The world is as divisive as ever with town hall meetings featuring not only those who normally stir the pot - (funny image and new definition for that expression) - but those paid to incite trouble. Will this ever end?

The North Dakota pipeline standoff takes me back to the days of cowboys and Indians ... and somehow the white man always got his way.

A happy moment this week ... Kellyanne Conway was censored for a week. Before you know it, she'll be gone. I know Trump feels obligated to keep her around because she allegedly got him elected - they're wrong. He's an insert.

Teeing off ... This is a good way to explain Trump's behavior and the fact that he's played golf six times since coming into office.

Northern California has faced severe weather this week and its aftermath. There are few, if any, safe havens untouched by climate change and accelerating natural disasters. Prepare.

In the hologram, if you live your life more cerebral than emotional, you are going to sabotage and push others away a good deal of the time ... And yet, if you're emotionally unstable and act-out, people disappear even faster. This algorithm is self-defeating.

I'm continuing my video blogs as ideas come to mind and time permits. Someone wanted me to do a video on mental illness. I told her to read through the files and Crystalinks because I'm done with self help - too much craziness in the world and self-destructive behavior. If you need focus, it will be as simple as hearing something somewhere and getting the message. Things are moving very quickly to the end.




Inserts in the Hologram



  Star's seven Earth-sized worlds set record   BBC - February 22, 2017
Not one, but seven Earth-size planets have been discovered orbiting a tiny star about 40 light-years away (not terribly far in cosmic terms). Some of them might even be awash in water. Researchers say all seven could potentially support liquid water on the surface, depending on the other properties of those planets. But only three are within the conventional "habitable" zone where life is considered a possibility. The compact system of exoplanets orbits Trappist-1, a low-mass, cool star located 40 light-years away from Earth.