Tag: meteor

Signs 38 – Beta Taurids Stowaway Alert #2

Signs 38 – Beta Taurids Stowaway Alert #2

| June 14, 2019

Most asteroid stories are one-trick ponies.  They come, make a splash and go. This is a story with legs because it is about a clear and present danger.  Namely, the stowaways in the Beta Taurid stream, some of which could be as big as ~100m. In our previous alert, Signs 37 – Beta Taurid Stowaway […]

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Signs 37 – Beta Taurids Stowaway Alert

Signs 37 – Beta Taurids Stowaway Alert

| June 12, 2019

In Signs 36 – Weather Could Torpedo Trump in 2020, we stated, “The numbers are in for May, and we now see an alarming trend taking shape with our fireball data.”  Now we’re seeing a heightened threat window of a deadly event for the remainder of the annual Beta Taurid meteor showers from now through […]

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Signs 36 – Weather Could Torpedo Trump in 2020

Signs 36 – Weather Could Torpedo Trump in 2020

| June 7, 2019

The numbers are in for May, and we now see an alarming trend taking shape with our fireball data.  In Signs 35 – Those Darn Rocks we stated: “There is a new trend forming in the data that indicates that we could be passing through a dense outer ring of the Nemesis system.” The numbers […]

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Signs 35 – Those Darn Rocks

Signs 35 – Those Darn Rocks

| May 7, 2019

Once is a one-off, twice is a coincidence, three times is a trend and so what is the fourth time in a row?  Not good, when we’re talking about those darn rocks. In Signs 34 – Watch For Falling Rocks we stated: “We need to begin looking for meteor events where large herds of domestic […]

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Signs 32 – 2019 Portends a Rough Year

Signs 32 – 2019 Portends a Rough Year

| February 3, 2019

In Signs 31 – 2018 Was The Worst Ever! We stated: “In terms of observed fireballs and earthquakes of all magnitudes, 2018 was the worst year on record. In fact, the worst yet for recorded history.” Is there any hope that 2019 will bring a much-desired reversal in the dataset trends? No way. No how. Instead, […]

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Signs 27 – From Worse to Worser

Signs 27 – From Worse to Worser

| August 15, 2018

In July 2018, we published Signs 26 – The Rat in the Snake. In that article, we presented dataset that was so extreme we had to raise the possibility that they were statistical anomalies. These aberrations were so extreme that we call it “the rat in the snake.” Well, the dataset values for July tell […]

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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 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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Do Videos of Planet X Objects Really Prove Anything?

Do Videos of Planet X Objects Really Prove Anything?

| December 16, 2017

A few days ago, I received two observation videos from Amber Williamson in Clarksburg, WV. She made both of these videos simultaneously on December 9, 2-17 using two iPhone 7 smartphones. One is her phone and the other belongs to her husband. In her email message to me Amber says, “Marshall, here’s a doozy for […]

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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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