Tuesday, November 18, 2014

UFOs in the News

It's interesting that UFOs are reported over volcanoes, nuclear plants, and fault lines.

They are either delaying or accelerating events. I go with delaying until the hologram reaches Zero Point.

  'UFO' Discovered (Sigh) In Apollo 12 Photograph, 45 Years Later   Huffington Post - November 18, 2014

The European Space Agency's comet lander might have died after just three days - but as we know, data recovered from space can yield insights long after the mission itself is over. Take Apollo 12, for instance. You might think that the second manned mission to the Moon - while remarkable even now - has given up all of the scientific secrets we could expect over the last 45 years. Well not so, according to the UFO community, who claim to have spotted something unusual in the depths of one of the photos from the mission.

Is the truth out there? Chilling snap shows UFO photographed over British city   Express.UK- November 18, 2014

An image shows a UFO hovering over Manchester, its photographer has claimed.

UFO Traffic Report: Mid November 2014   Examiner - November 18, 2014
UFO testimony this past week documents more low-to-ground sightings with one California witness suggesting a "major UFO corridor" and another wondering if the object was a drone. The most compelling case occurred over the Ohio Turnpike where the object was under 150 feet. The five cases reviewed here were some of the most interesting from the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) witness reporting database.

UFO Sightings 2014: Google Earth Captures UFO Over Victoria, Australia   Epoch Times - November 18, 2014
A UFO was captured over Victoria, Australia, on Google Earth, according to bloggers.

  UFO Buzzes Nuclear Plant In Mexico, Latest Of Many UFOs Seen Hovering At Nuke Facility   Inquisitr - November 18, 2014

A UFO filmed hovering over nuclear power plant in Veracruz, Mexico, and posted to YouTube November 7 is just the latest in a long series of UFO sightings over and near nuclear facilities - as history of ominous sightings that stretches back six decades, to the earliest days of nuclear energy production.

Media Moments

The Jennifer Lopez videos are really funny. As to Bill Cosby, i believe he is guilty as charged but nothing will ever come of it. There should not be a statute of limitations on rape.

How to DRAIN your dragon? Jennifer Lopez flubs her lines at Hollywood Film Awards... then flirts with winner Gerard Butler   - November 18, 2014

Jennifer Lawrence Looks Drop Dead Gorgeous in New Fashion Spread - See the Pics!   - November 17, 2014
Jennifer Lawrence stares straight into the camera (and into your soul) in one of the pics from a just-released bunch, which focuses on her face and shows her wearing a silver-plated chain necklace with sea-green and turquoise accents that match and bring out her beautiful eyes. A single wisp of hair, which is tucked into an updo, frames one of her cheekbones.

'Mockingjay' lands in Los Angeles   - November 17, 2014
The Hunger Games began a slow drumbeat to its finale on Monday night at the Nokia Theater L.A. Live, premiering Mockingjay - Part 1 (in theaters Nov. 21) with gusto. Rather than opting for a traditional red carpet, the franchise built a glossy, fiery Capitol set for its actors to parade down.

Great Photos: 5 wedding rules Solange Knowles broke fabulously   CNN - November 17, 2014
She's a celebrity who didn't have a celebrity wedding. Everyone wore white. She wore a wedding pantsuit. What bridesmaids dresses? Who says it's bad luck to see the groom before the ceremony?

Bill Cosby's Silence On Rape Allegations Makes Huge Media Noise   NPR - November 17, 2014
This may be the first time in a long while that Bill Cosby can't control the public conversation about Bill Cosby. Read the recent biography Cosby: His Life and Times, and you see a portrait of a talented performer who took control of his business and career interests early on, forever suspicious of journalists and industry executives who might try to interfere.

Actor Known As 'Japan's Clint Eastwood' Dead At 83   Huffington Post - November 18, 2014
Ken Takakura, an actor known as "Japan's Clint Eastwood" for his portrayal of tough but principled gangsters in over 100 movies and who gained international fame in director Ridley Scott's "Black Rain," has died at the age of 83.