Friday, January 5, 2018

The Day After Grayson

Grayson is not a gray alien nor a bad ass agent from MI6. It's the name of the storm which caused havoc for people everywhere. Transportation delays may seem like they affect others, but in some indirect way could affect you in a world where all things are interconnected.

Along the coast of Massachusetts, we find historic flooding reminiscent of 2017's summer hurricanes. I am grateful my grandson Michael, who returns to Boston College next Friday, was safe at home along with the rest of my family in NJ and Connecticut.

Here in Brooklyn, Spectrum had problems, causing Internet and TV to go down for three hours. As I go to sleep early, I watch most of my nighttime shows on DVR, which was working, providing a way to pass the time.

Along the way, friends called to share experiences, especially those who live in Florida and are not used to the cold (30's). Ron and I reminisced about another one of our favorite Roland Emmerich movies - The Day After Tomorrow which we've both watched many times. The 2004 film depicts "catastrophic climatic effects following the disruption of the North Atlantic Ocean circulation in a series of extreme weather events (the perfect storm) that usher in global cooling and lead to an ice age". An ice age could also happen as the result of tectonic plates shifting, major earthquakes resulting, and super volcanoes erupting blocking the sun. Just saying ... Let's look at a clip from the film.

That video took me to Edgar Cayce. Good review. Not accurate. Sounds like an A.I. is speaking.

Nostradamus review and predictions. Not accurate. Sounds like an A.I. is speaking.

If anyone is getting better at making predictions, it's the weather service. This has nothing to do with being psychic, just better technologies. Looking at the 10-day weather report is to note that we come out of the deep-froze next Tuesday, so time to adapt. as schools reopen and some people go back to work. So much has happened this week, it's hard to believe that New Year's Day was only five days ago.

Will Trump be impeached in 2018? This seems to be a major prediction with so many people working to make it so. I woke up this morning and watched the early news featuring people in a bookstore buying Fire and Fury which went on sale last night, a few days ahead of schedule. This is not an apocalyptic story unless perhaps you are Donald Trump.

On January 2, 2018, we experienced a Full Wolf Supermoon. Michael Wolff's book was released on January 3, 2017 in those energies.

I don't remember the last time I bought a book ... but I raced to my computer and decided to buy a hard copy on Amazon, should Trump stop publication. Much to my disappointment, though not surprise, it was already sold out in hard copy, so I am on a waiting list. I actually would love to see what's in the book, perhaps to have a good laugh and gain insights that maybe true, false, or exaggerated. This year, I was going to avoid the Trump Train but there is no escaping something that permeates so much of our lives. There have been other books about Trump by people who left the White House, but this one seems far more interesting. I hope it turns into a TV film with Eric Baldwin playing Trump. CNN: Book fury hits Trump where it hurts most -- his image. I often wonder if social media had existed in the timelines of former presidents, what their lives would have been like.

I just watched this interesting interview on NBC. Wolff will be interviewed on "Meet The Press' Sunday morning.

  Michael Wolff says Donald Trump is least credible person who has ever walked on earth   NBC - January 5, 2018
Michael Wolff, the author of a new book that gives a behind-the-scenes account of the White House, defended his work Friday, insisting he spoke with President Donald Trump on the record and calling the commander-in-chief "a man who has less credibility than, perhaps, anyone who has ever walked on earth." Wolff, in an exclusive interview on "Today," said that everyone he spoke to for the book offered the same description of the president. They all said he is like a child.

  Michael Wolff says he 'absolutely' spoke to President Trump for his tell-all book   NBC - January 5, 2018

Memo on Supermoons - There is no correlation between supermoons and major earthquakes. Regardless of the evidence, there has been media speculation that natural disasters, such as the 2011 Tohoku earthquake and tsunami and the 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake and tsunami, are causally linked with the 1-2 week period surrounding a supermoon. A large, 7.5 magnitude earthquake centered 15 km north-east of Culverden, New Zealand at 00:03 NZDT on November 14, 2016, also coincided with a supermoon.

Wherever you are, whatever you are doing, stay safe and warm and
never underestimate the aftermath of a Grayson, a Wolff, or the Moon.