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Signs 72 – 2022 Ruh Roh!

Signs 72 – 2022 Ruh Roh!

| January 12, 2023

On January 1, I received an early present with the Signs data for December 2022, from J.P. Jones, with the data and a lengthy missive regarding a shocking fireball twist. I’ll explain everything below, so for now, the short version is, “Say what!  Ruh Roh!” As for the USGS, they ended the year with a […]

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Signs 71 – OMG It’s Bad + Cut to the Chase with Marshall Masters

Signs 71 – OMG It’s Bad + Cut to the Chase with Marshall Masters

| December 10, 2022

November 2022 has set a new record, and the fireball data is breathtaking and most discouraging.  If fact, it was grim right out of the gate. On November 13, 2022, we took a snapshot of the AMS Huge Event and Monthly Total Fireballs datasets and were stunned. In this installment of Signs, we’re using a […]

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Signs 70 – Thick and Getting Thicker

Signs 70 – Thick and Getting Thicker

| November 12, 2022

In our previous Signs article, we said, “the next six months will be a crucial period.”   So how did that play out? The numbers came in for October 2022; we’re in the thick of it, and things are getting thicker.  Folks, this is getting serious. Meanwhile, the USGS has issued a report for October, making […]

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Signs 69 – The Next Six Months Will Tell

Signs 69 – The Next Six Months Will Tell

| October 7, 2022

The numbers came in for September 2022, and we’re beginning to see a similar pattern in both 2021 and 2022. The activity in 2022 is higher, of course, but it is the similar data trends we see forming.  Hence, the next six months will be a crucial period. Meanwhile, as before, the USGS reporting defies […]

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Signs 68 – More Rocks and More Lies

Signs 68 – More Rocks and More Lies

| September 7, 2022

The numbers came in for August 2022, and the fireball data is disturbing and begs the question, how long can this go on before something big happens? We’ve been inventing quaint terms for debris in the Nemesis Cloud, including Nemesis Cloud Chowder and Cosmic Gruel. In August, we are clearly in a region dominated by […]

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Signs 67 – Industrial Grade Chunky Stuff

Signs 67 – Industrial Grade Chunky Stuff

| August 6, 2022

The numbers came in for July 2022, and as I looked at them, I couldn’t help but think about The Honeymooners (1955 to 1956). For TV history buffs, Jackie Gleason played Ralph Kramden in the television series. Each time he got into an awkward fix, he’d look flustered and babble, “homina homina.” Well, Yowusa.com readers, […]

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Signs 66 – Have We Entered a Nemesis Dust Bowl?

Signs 66 – Have We Entered a Nemesis Dust Bowl?

| July 3, 2022

The AMS fireball numbers are up and as to the USGS data, please don’t get us started. That’s worrisome enough but now breaking news from a reliable mainstream source indicates that we may have entered a Nemesis dust bowl. Sadly, this information is easily overlooked, but for researcher J.P. Jones, it set off an alarm […]

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Signs 65 – Nemesis Cloud Chowder

Signs 65 – Nemesis Cloud Chowder

| June 2, 2022

Last month, the question was, could we be entering a gap between bands in the Nemesis Cloud, and it became moot. So, where does that leave us? The numbers for May indicate that we’re passing through a different region within the same Nemesis Cloud inner ring. We call it the Nemesis Cloud chowder, and now […]

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Signs 64 – Cosmic Gruel

Signs 64 – Cosmic Gruel

| May 7, 2022

We have been waiting for the April numbers in the hope of seeing data to decide on the hypothesis that we could be entering a gap between bands in the Nemesis Cloud. With April, the hypothesis is moot. What’s new is that we’re passing through a different part of the Nemesis Cloud inner ring. This […]

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Signs 63 – Statistical Standoff

Signs 63 – Statistical Standoff

| April 2, 2022

In Signs 62 – Blip or Gap, the data hinted at two possibilities.  The beginning of a new gap in the Nemesis Cloud – or not. Oddly, the data for March does not clarify this statistical standoff between these two possibilities. Rather, it’s an odd mix, and so one thing is clear.  It will a […]

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