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Another Expert Agrees With Dark Comet Theory

February 21, 2013 – 11:31 am | No Comment

Astronomer David Asher (from Armagh University) has agreed with Bill Napier and Janaki Wickramasinghe (Cardiff University) that “dark comets” are real and dangerous.
The following quotes are from a paper by Napier and Asher published in Astronomy & Geophysics.
http://star.arm.ac.uk/preprints/2009/539.pdf

We know that about one bright comet (of absolute magnitude as bright as 7, comparable to Halley’s Comet) arrives in the visibility zone (perihelion q<5AU, say) each year from the Oort cloud. It seems to be securely established that ~1–2% of these are captured into Halleytype (HT) orbits. The dynamical lifetime of a body in such an orbit can be estimated, from which the expected number of HT comets is perhaps ~3000. The actual number of active HT comets is ~25. This discrepancy of at least two powers of 10 in the expected impact rate from comets as deduced from this theoretical argument on the one hand, and observations on the other, is …

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A Bunker for Books

Submitted by on July 10, 2011 – 1:42 am2 Comments

Hot on the heels of the seed vault in the Arctic comes the brainchild of Brewster Kahle, founder of the Internet Archive. While Google is busy digitizing the world’s books (and sawing off the bindings in the process), Kahle understands that having copies of the original might be useful, considering digital is open to manipulation. And of course for survivalists, this means a mega-library will exist post-SHTF that will be accessible without electricity.

A seed bank might be conceptually closest to what we have in mind: storing important objects in safe ways to be used for redundancy, authority, and in case of catastrophe.

…Ten million books is approximately the size of a world-class university library or public library, so we see this as a worthwhile goal. If we are successful, then this set of cultural materials will last for centuries and could be beneficial in ways that we cannot predict.

While this applies to any major library, I wonder if they have thought about post-catastrophe custodians for their Richmond, California storage facility? It would be a tragedy if the books were burnt for warmth. And if you were the custodian, what lengths would you go to, to protect books?

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  • marc flores says:

    This is crazy, listen to this NASA guy!

    In an interview conducted June 19, 2011, Mr. Lawhorn, a representative of the American Reassurance Communities, stated that the number of private bunkers has risen by over 1800% since 2009. Obviously people think (or feel, as I’m told often) a major catastrophe is imminent and underground will be the only safe means of survival. American Reassurance Community Bunkers or (ARC Bunkers dot com) has bunkers in every state and in every major city.

    People want a safe comfortable place with a long-term sustainable “independent” environment, and ARCbunkers delivers it all. Our units are designed to support one person or a community of thousands.

    The United States Federal Government has been buying our bunkers since the 1970s and for good reason; when it comes to bunker installation, we “literally” wrote the book, no really; it’s called Principles of Protection, authored by our CEO and President, Walton McCarthy, and it is THE book utilized by many Governments, including the USA.

    Thousands of ARCbunkers line our country-sides and cities… everything from a $75000 backyard bunker to a 375,000 sq ft $160 million community shelter… big enough for 2500 people to live underground for up to 60 months with power, food, livestock, hydroponics, Government, everything is thought of in advance, no last minute scrambling for you and your family’s survival.

    Most people have Life Insurance… American Reassurance Communities is Life Assurance. There will be times in our future that are uncertain; whether that uncertainty comes from another country or space, it only makes sense to be prepared. ARC (the “R” stands for RE-ASSURANCE) and when there is a TRUE safe place to go, then you will experience true piece-of-mind.

    And that is evident by the number of new bunker sales we are experiencing. If you would have ordered a bunker system in 2008, we could have it completely installed within 120 days, right now, June 2011, the same bunker system is 16 months before we can even begin. This late in the game, your only option is to get accepted on a Greenpass Membership or buy-in to an existing ARCommunity. You can see more at arcbunkers.com. Take care.

  • John Caelan says:

    That last comment is nonsense:

    It seems like hyperbole to call it a “Great Deception”, when even those searching for truth are so easily fooled. In fact, it would appear that a “Mediocre Deception” is more than adequate to keep the “enlightened” masses spending and chasing their tails.

    Take the extraordinary number of references to “American Reassurance Communities”, including a nonsensical telephone call used as “proof” of the incoming ELE celestial body. There is absolutely no record of ARC in any D&B, Hoovers, Lexis Nexus, or other database, an impossibility for any company that boast the sales, mandate, and profile of this one. It does not exist. Their website is hosted on an Intuit Webserver, built with Intuit SiteBuilder, as if they were a home business with little funding. Not a single legal disclaimer on their small and uninformative site. Not even a copyright. In fact, all the information on the site appears to be general history of bunker development overall, with some pictures that are clearly related to other projects.

    The contact information includes a phone number that has only been in use since January: 800-3813454 “In Use since 2011 for a customer of Qwest “. This hardly appears to be the hallmark of a long-standing enterprise with millions of dollars of sales and a backlog of orders.

    The email address returns to ‘acaigen.com’ and immediately forwards to [link to http://www.macarosea.com which hustles some sort of health product, and is also an intuit-generated do-it-yourself website. Neither site has secured .org, .net, or any of the other standards typically registered to protect a name brand. This site also lacks copyrights, legal disclaimers, etc.

    A Federal Tax ID number has never been issued for any of these companies. This a scam, a ridiculous one at that, and that it would be cited by so many earnest searchers of clarity as evidence related to government operations concerning an ELE event really reflects how low our collective threshold has dropped when it comes to recognizing the face of the lie. By citing obvious hustlers, you discredit any useful evidence that may surface—an essential tactic of psyops, as it is easier to take a potentially recognized truth and redirect the perception than it is to eliminate the truth.

    Pretty silly, people. Honestly, you’ve got to spend more time seeking the truth instead of proving your own internally generated religions. I’ve seen this referenced in thousands of ELININ searches. Lies do not counter lies–in fact, they ably assist them. For those who are intelligent enough to escape the filters, be prepared to stand alone. It’s thin-pickings for the critical mind out there.

    They also use archbunkers.com…arcbunkers was apparently taken…feel free to call “MR. Lawhorne” directly and see if he will sell you a bunker…or perhaps a bridge…

    LAWHORNE, JAIME Jlawhorne@bellsouth.net
    AcaiGen
    149 Harris lane
    Lynchburg, Tennessee 37352
    United States
    (931) 759-6505 Fax — (931) 759-6505

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