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This is brand new – just released this weekend, and is perhaps the last piece of new, quality 2012 science available before the ancient Mayan doomsday. Video link below.
Does the sun have the power to transform humankind?
In Solar (R)evolution, world-renowned German biophysicist Dieter Broers makes a compelling case, pointing to a wealth of scientific evidence that shows a remarkable correlation between increases in solar activity and advances in our creative, mental, and spiritual abilities.
We are in the midst of a dramatic rise in solar disturbances, which have the capability of disrupting the Earth’s geomagnetic field and, as a result, our global ecology. Broers, however,sees this not as an impending apocalypse but as the dawn of a new era.
Drawing on research from a variety of disciplines, he shows how erupting solar activity carries the potential to boost our brain capacity and expand our minds in ways we never imagined possible. Abilities …
I’m normally quite dismissive of YouTube when it comes to 2012 information. Although there are many thousands of videos about 2012, the majority are from faceless, nameless authors presenting unverifiable information – which only leads to more confusion on the topic. The other side of 2012 is where, once you have a pet theory of what will happen, you start preparing to survive. And that is the area that YouTube serves well. I present this one from a well-known survivalist, as an example of how just watching a short clip can really help with your survival plans. If you are planning to survive from your suburban home, watch this:
Sign up to some channels and stay informed!
I feel like running a contest… how many more articles and videos debunking 2012 will NASA release? I’ve lost count of how many they’ve made to date. Here’s the latest:
When researching 2012 stuff, every now and then something poking fun at the meme lightens the doom for me. I found this video on a Ukranian 2012 site. Take a look, it’s only 52 seconds in length:
In case you don’t understand Russian, the reporter is initially discussing the price of electricity.
So as to focus on the clear and present (potential) dangers of 2012, I’ve spent a lot of time debunking various scenarios. Planet X / Nibiru is NOT heading our way in 2012. There is zero evidence that it exists, and the trail of confusion is easy to discover (primarily NASA made the mistake of using the words Planet X for a planet they were looking for, but hadn’t found). I’ve asked around, and nobody who is sure of its arrival can tell me where in the sky it will become visible, or when…
Deek Jackson makes funny videos about global politics under the brand of FKN Newz. Occasionally he plays Conspiracy Clown, and here he is debunking Planet X, take a look:
If you liked that, one of his funniest videos of recent times is about Mad Face Disease.
No need for any commentary here. As much as a video can be evidence these days, here’s proof that an intricate crop circle was made by a bunch of people using planks and ropes.
This two parter (the second video is at my 2012 Videos page) is not only a great way to see what a $170K bunker looks like (that’s delivered and installed, by NBC, if anyone is interested…), but I learned some things:
Have sand above your emergency escape hatch – open the hatch, sand falls into your bunker. This means you have the protection afforded by the density of sand, combined with immediate escape.
Make sure you have an 8-ton bottle jack, in case something heavy is lying on top of your bunker when you try to exit
The NBC shelter has a protective grill around the hot water heater, so children don’t burn themselves. In a lockdown situation, kids will be bored, and there won’t be a hospital to take them to… so make everything super-safe!
Pump the sewage out of the bunker, meaning the septic tank can be at the surface somewhere, rather …
In case you missed it on Monday night (USA), two segments can be seen on video, right here!
If you like the style of Dennis McClung, consider purchasing products from 2012Supplies.com. And keep an eye out, Nat Geo will almost certainly air this special again at a latter date. Or I presume someone will stick it on YouTube. Here’s the official site.
Piers Corbyn of WeatherAction.com has forecast the following for the period of June 27-July 2, with the greatest likelihood July 1-2:
Tornadoes and Tornado Swarms
Other Extreme Weather
His methodology is not clear, but it might not be a coincidence that we will be having a partial solar eclipse on July 1. While solar eclipses are correlated with greater likelihood of major earthquakes, my research indicates that the real risk lies with lunar eclipses. Still, a few good quakes are all solar eclipses need to be equally ranked.
If you are curious about the man and his predictions, check out this recent interview from Al Jazeera TV:
The mainstream media has mostly ignored what seems to be a perilous nuclear situation within the USA, where a power plant has been half-drowned by the Missouri river. The lack of official concern could be because there is nothing to worry about. Or it could be due to something that is of great concern to 2012ers – lack of real disclosure. This video from MSNBC:
Since then, the rubber wall has been breached. Officials said:
The berm’s collapse didn’t affect the reactor shutdown cooling or the spent fuel pool cooling, but the power supply was cut after water surrounded the main electrical transformers, the NRC said. Emergency generators powered the plant until an off-site power supply was connected Sunday afternoon, according to OPPD.
So basically, if the supply of power from the emergency generators somehow fails, Nebraska will have a Fukushima on their hands. And even if the situation doesn’t worsen, it seems …
The video is from Russia, in Russian. From the backdrop I presume the show deals with UFO-type stories although I don’t get why they have an image of the Colosseum.
Without understanding a word of it, the video clearly covers the conspiracy theory aspects of Comet Elenin, and even gets the discoverer Leonid Elenin on camera, complete with him showing his ID. From his body language I am confident that he is the real deal, and not someone imagined up by NASA.
Most of the 2012 movie was based on the ideas of Patrick Geryl, possibly via my site. But the idea of neutrinos from the Sun being the culprit, I have no idea where the screenwriters got that from. It was such a ridiculous idea that Scientific American chimed in:
The premise: the sun’s 11-year activity cycle reaches a peak in 2012… For some reason, the neutrinos from the sun start behaving differently: they begin interacting frequently with matter, rather than largely passing through it harmlessly. The filmmakers could have easily invented entirely new particles for the job—call them bambinos, say—but perhaps that’s too silly.
In the movie, the “neutrinos” heat up Earth’s inner core, making it boil. That in turn destabilizes the overlying layers (outer core and mantle), making the crust buckle, rise and shift by thousands of kilometers.
Way back in 2009 scientists all knew that neutrinos pretty much did not interact …
I’ve got no idea if this will be on YouTube for a day, a week, or forever, but here’s the documentary for non-Aussies to see:
100 Days of Disaster
The other parts can be found easily on YouTube if you search there for 100 Days of Disaster.
My understanding is that it had 335,000 viewers which is average for 10PM on a Monday. I’m particularly happy with the overall 2012 angle that was presented. Patrick Geryl did well, and between us I feel that the 2012 doomsday scenario was given a good airing. Certainly the bit where I say NASA isn’t giving us the full story and the NASA debunker seemed insane (relative to myself) was pleasing. While I doubt Channel Ten will be doing anything more with this, I believe Discovery/History/NatGeo would love to screen it.
I screwed up a little… I said that in June there are two lunar eclipses and one …
I’m one of the interviewees for an Australian documentary, 100 Days of Disaster, screening tomorrow (Monday) on Channel 10 at 10pm. Patrick Geryl was also interviewed, plus I believe a few orthodox scientists, some religion experts and I think an astrologer. All being asked if we should expect the rise in natural disasters to continue.
To promote the show I am doing 11 (!) radio interviews during Monday – here are the times.
According to CNBC (USA):
“APOCALYPSE 2012″ will premiere on Thursday, April 7th at 9pm. The documentary will repeat that evening at 10pm, 12am and 1am.
Meanwhile, here’s a robot 2012 short film:
Don’t Kill Me, Now from Mike Metcalf on Vimeo.