Tag: fireballs

Signs 26 – The Rat in the Snake

Signs 26 – The Rat in the Snake

| July 6, 2018

In June 2018, we published Signs 25 – The Pressure Points are Popping.  In that article, we asked, “We can no longer wonder what the next month will show us statistically.  Rather, we need to begin thinking about different numbers…” At that time, we saw a disturbing trend with the ongoing eruption of the Kilauea […]

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Signs 25 – The Pressure Points are Popping

Signs 25 – The Pressure Points are Popping

| June 11, 2018

In May 2018, we published Signs 24 – Tracking the Tipping Point. In that article, we asked, “Do present headlines tell us we’re heading for this tipping point? …the real question is where will this tipping point occur first – above our heads or below our feet?” Since we published Signs 24, the headlines are […]

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Signs 24 – Tracking the Tipping Point

Signs 24 – Tracking the Tipping Point

| May 13, 2018

In April 2018, we published Signs 23 – A Turn for the Worse, in which our tentative hopes for a statistical plateau were dashed.  With the current data for April 2018, we see that the overall trends for sustained or marginally increasing trends in the data are persistent. Another trend is exhaustion due to search […]

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Signs 23 – A Turn for the Worse

Signs 23 – A Turn for the Worse

| April 11, 2018

In March 2018, we published Signs 22 – The Beginning of a Plateau?  Due to the slight partial decline in the datasets, we raised a hopeful question. Do we see the beginning of a plateau? When we analyzed the data for March 2018, our tentative hopes were dashed by what is apparently a turn for […]

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Signs 22 – The Beginning of a Plateau?

Signs 22 – The Beginning of a Plateau?

| March 13, 2018

In February 2018, we published Signs 21 – Awareness and Discretion, we predicted that “the year ahead is going to be punctuated with natural and political disasters as our financial and economic struggles mount.” Nothing has changed significantly in February, except for the hope of good news as there has not been much of that […]

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Signs 21 – Awareness and Discretion

Signs 21 – Awareness and Discretion

| February 6, 2018

In January 2018, we published Signs 20 – 2017, Worst Ever for Earthquakes and Fireballs, we presented the final fireball and earthquake trends for all of 2017. The findings presented in that article were so  bleak, they brought us to the end of the year with a troubling question, “what does this portend for 2018?” […]

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Signs 20 – 2017, Worst Ever for Earthquakes and Fireballs

Signs 20 – 2017, Worst Ever for Earthquakes and Fireballs

| January 8, 2018

In the last installment in this series, Signs 19 – Global Critical Mass in 2018?, we posted our global earthquake and fireball data through November 2017 and raised the possibility that “2018 could quite literally become a critical mass year.” This question was on my mind as 2017 wound down the clock toward one of […]

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Signs 19 – Global Critical Mass in 2018?

Signs 19 – Global Critical Mass in 2018?

| December 11, 2017

Here we are, just weeks away from 2018 and for the vast majority of those yet untouched by destruction, all is damnably well with the world, so shop till you drop and enjoy the holidays. For those in denial about what is really at stake, the empirical data this article will present will as usual, […]

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Signs No. 17 – Crustal Undulation

Signs No. 17 – Crustal Undulation

| October 13, 2017

From its inception, this series has touched on several different issues, but with a constant focus on two empirical Planet X data sets: fireballs and earthquakes of all magnitudes for three reasons. Both, are considered to be critical harbinger sign datasets, they cannot be easily manipulated, and both continue to show persistent and worrisome trends. […]

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Signs No. 16 – A Possible Fix on Nemesis?

Signs No. 16 – A Possible Fix on Nemesis?

| September 21, 2017

In this 16th installment in this series, we’re going to take a look at the significant trends with the two datasets we routinely track, earthquakes of all magnitudes and fireballs. We are also going to use four observations reported on our website to present a possible fix on the current location of the Nemesis brown […]

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