Tag: meteor

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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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 42 – Beware of Falling Rocks

Signs 42 – Beware of Falling Rocks

| September 18, 2019

In terms of fireballs and earthquakes, August 2019 was a record-breaking month. Of the two trends, the more disturbing (and they’re both awful) last month was fireballs. Also, we saw two more very large earthquake (VLE) swarms, and this confirms a pattern dating back to the VLE swarms in Hawaii. Another new development are purple […]

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Signs 40 – Crustal Undulation and Planet X

Signs 40 – Crustal Undulation and Planet X

| July 7, 2019

A 7.1 rocked Southern California on July 5, 2019, and it was a wake-up call for savvy Americans.  However, given the lack of a respectable death toll, it was another nothing burger Earth event despite the somewhat dark and guarded prognostications of scientists. Is this another case of blah, blah, blah, buy some fresh flashlight […]

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Signs 39 – Is There a Breaking Point?

Signs 39 – Is There a Breaking Point?

| July 2, 2019

The numbers are in for June 2019, and forget about wondering if we are seeing an alarming trend taking shape with our fireball data, because there is something new and even more worrisome to ponder. Now we have six solid months of record-breaking monthly fireball observations in all of recorded history, is there a breaking […]

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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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