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Signs 82 – An Uneasy Calm

Signs 82 – An Uneasy Calm

| November 5, 2023

In our previous installment, Signs 81 –  Tail End Charlie, we stated that the Nemesis distance and speed variables are changing and that the Nemesis Cloud could be moving away from us. When J.P. Jones sent me the October data, they confirmed that hypothesis.   We’re seeing a decline across all three fireball subsets.  Not good. […]

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Signs 81 – Tail-end Charlie

Signs 81 – Tail-end Charlie

| October 5, 2023

In our previous installment, Signs 80 – Acceleration?, we stated that Nemesis could become a steady fixture in our daily sky once Nemesis achieves perihelion. This means that the distance and speed variables are changing; Nemesis is in a fast, comet-like orbit and getting faster. What we see with September fireballs suggests the Nemesis Cloud […]

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Signs 80 – Acceleration?

Signs 80 – Acceleration?

| September 6, 2023

In our previous installment, Signs 79 – One Way or Another, we stated, “If recent trends continue, we will continue in this pulse pattern phase and eventually into another gap.” Our tracking is holding, but now there is another viable possibility to consider. Nemesis is well into its high-acceleration phase as it arcs towards its […]

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Revelation 8:7 and Planet X – The Blood

Revelation 8:7 and Planet X – The Blood

| August 11, 2023

There have been many attempts to reconcile Bible prophecy with Planet X science, and the result has always been akin to square pegs and round holes.  Always short of a good fit. Neither the Bible nor science is the problem.  It was the agenda-driven assumptions folks used to reconcile the two, and this is how […]

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Signs 79 – One Way or Another

Signs 79 – One Way or Another

| August 4, 2023

We explored two possibilities in Signs 78 – September Will Be the Canary in the Coal Mine, thin vs. gap. The reporting data shows that the odds of us transiting a thin Nemesis Cloud region are thin at best. Instead, if recent trends continue, we will continue in this pulse pattern phase and eventually into […]

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Signs 78 –  September Will Be the Canary in the Coal Mine

Signs 78 – September Will Be the Canary in the Coal Mine

| July 6, 2023

With the June fireball numbers, the data indicates that we’re entering another gap in the Nemesis cloud.  We’re also happy to report that the end of USGS data capping is now in its fourth month. The June numbers are consistent with the May numbers, but not for a thin region of the inner band. Instead, […]

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Signs 77 – May You Live In Interesting Times

Signs 77 – May You Live In Interesting Times

| June 9, 2023

May fireballs took a fascinating turn, and we’re happy to report that the end of USGS data capping is now in its third month. As the old saying goes, “May you live in interesting times,” and after months of crazy stuff, Signs is back to interesting–woohoo! In April, J.P. Jones observed the following: I believe […]

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Signs 76 – Fireball Pulse Pattern

Signs 76 – Fireball Pulse Pattern

| May 5, 2023

March was a victory for Yowusa.com, and we’re happy to report that the end of USGS data capping is now in its second month. To be on the conservative side, let’s not get bubbly.  Eternal vigilance is called for! With fireballs, we’re in new territory, and it’s a ride.  February 2023 was a fireball trifecta, and […]

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Signs 75 – Yowusa Takes a Victory Lap

Signs 75 – Yowusa Takes a Victory Lap

| April 5, 2023

February 2023 was a fireball trifecta— and we gave up on a new gap in the Nemesis Cloud.  Now comes March, and the numbers make us wonder if we’ve got eggs on our faces now.  Whoulda’ thunk it? As you’ll see, the March fireball dropped by a significant statistical margin for all data subsets, which, […]

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Signs 74 – Fireball Trifecta

Signs 74 – Fireball Trifecta

| March 4, 2023

February 2023 was a fireball trifecta—new, all-time records for all three data subsets for this period. While it is too early to conclude where we are relative to the Nemesis Cloud, the options field has begun to narrow, and we’ll see the one that didn’t make the first cut. On the USGS earthquake reporting.  I’ve […]

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