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Signs 51 – Oh Crap!

Signs 51 – Oh Crap!

| April 3, 2021

As the March 2021 data began to come in, Yowusa.com researcher J.P. Jones sent me a mid-month heads-up on the number of observed fireballs.   We could see that another all-time record was taking shape.  It left us both with a foreboding sense of how the rest of March would play out, given our last […]

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Planet X Flyby – Earth Changes

Planet X Flyby – Earth Changes

| March 28, 2021

One host I always enjoy is Michael Decon and his wonderful audience.  They are true seekers of truth. Michael read my latest article, Planet X Flyby – When We See It, What We See, and Why Most Will Die, and he invited me to come back to the show and discuss it. Like many others […]

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Planet X Flyby – When We See It, What We See, and Why Most Will Die

Planet X Flyby – When We See It, What We See, and Why Most Will Die

| March 23, 2021

We launched our Signs series six years ago and published the first article on February 20, 2015. This month we posted article no. 50 in which we noted an ominous trend in the fireball data and promised to investigate it.  We did, and it isn’t pleasant. This report will present the result of our database […]

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Signs 50 –  An Ominous Sign

Signs 50 – An Ominous Sign

| March 13, 2021

The Signs data for February 2021 much like that of the previous month, except for one huge difference.  An ominous sign has appeared in three of the fireball data subsets and it is particularly troubling.  We will address this and future concerns in this article.  Meanwhile, for those of you who follow Planet X and […]

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Signs 49 – Will 2021 Be a Major Impact Year?

Signs 49 – Will 2021 Be a Major Impact Year?

| February 5, 2021

The Signs data for January 2021 shows a new pattern with earthquakes of all magnitudes.  However, the number of observed fireballs set yet another all-time record. This is the 49th installment of the Signs series during which time we’ve tracked a steady, unstoppable uptick in the numbers and this year we wonder, will this be […]

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Signs 48 – 2020 Worst Ever for Fireballs and Earthquakes

Signs 48 – 2020 Worst Ever for Fireballs and Earthquakes

| January 10, 2021

The Signs data for 2020 is that it was the highest year on record for earthquakes of all magnitudes and observed fireballs.  Not by a little but rather, by a lot!  Worse yet, we’re all distracted by the current political crisis.  It’s like being at the bottom of a dogpile as the nation undergoes a […]

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Signs 47 – 2019 Worst Ever for Fireballs

Signs 47 – 2019 Worst Ever for Fireballs

| February 8, 2020

The Signs data for December 2019 is that this is the highest year on record for observed fireballs. As for earthquakes of all magnitudes, it is the second-highest on record, and it was a very close finish. Worse yet, we know we’re pushing the edge of the envelope with fate, and what December 2019 is […]

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Signs 46 – The Ghost of 2020 Future

Signs 46 – The Ghost of 2020 Future

| December 28, 2019

The Signs data for November 2019 is giving us a ghostly vision of what is to come in 2020. When I received the November data from J.P. Jones, I could see it in the data, though it seemed vaporous and disturbing. So, I decided to put it off until after Christmas. I like the calm […]

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Signs 45 – A Quiet Holiday Season?

Signs 45 – A Quiet Holiday Season?

| November 8, 2019

The Signs data for October 2019 is an odd mix as compared with previous months. Overall, the impression is that we’ve entered a period of transition as compared with trends previously reported. On the one hand, we could be approaching a stabilization point where these troubling upticks could begin to level off somewhat. On the […]

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Signs 44 – More Falling Rocks and VLE Swarms

Signs 44 – More Falling Rocks and VLE Swarms

| October 17, 2019

In terms of fireballs and earthquakes, September 2019 was another record-breaking month f0r fireballs. More so for fireballs. In this 44th installment in this series, we’re incorporating a third dataset in addition to fireballs and earthquakes. It is very large earthquake (VLE) swarms. As they say in the news business, “this story has legs,” and […]

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