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Leak Project: Solar Eclipse, 8/21 & The Long Valley Caldera

Leak Project: Solar Eclipse, 8/21 & The Long Valley Caldera

| August 13, 2017

It has been a while since I was on the Leak Project, and in this interview, Rex Bear came loaded for bear. His hot button issue for this interview was trans-Neptunian objects (TNO) and why so many are being discovered as of late.  What is particularly interesting for me is that many of them validate […]

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Planet X: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

Planet X: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

| April 9, 2016

The number of people coming to the topic of planet X these days is growing, and I am often asked my opinion of others in the field. Since I get these questions so often I felt it was time to share an article to help those new to the topic of planet X to better […]

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The Washington Post and Planet X

The Washington Post and Planet X

| December 19, 2015

Foreword by Marshall Masters On December 14, 2015 I appeared as a guest on Ground Zero with Clyde Lewis, a nationally-syndicated radio show on over 220 stations across the country. The interview was based on Clyde’s superb article, Walking In Nibiru Wonderland, and an article published on December 11, 2015 in The Washington Post by […]

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ALMA Astronomers Publish Planet X Papers Before USA Can Suppress

ALMA Astronomers Publish Planet X Papers Before USA Can Suppress

| December 17, 2015

On December 10, 2015 ALMA astronomers published two Planet X scientific abstracts in which they report initial observations of two very large objects at the edge of our solar system. Located in Northern Chile, the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) is the largest single telescope in the world and is located at an altitude of […]

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