When asked what they thought about the aforementioned verses, C2C listeners sent in the following comments:"This quatrain might refer to a near earth object (NEO) coming in across Canada and striking in New Jersey, the Garden state, which is truly in the shadow of New York. That would be an odd approach for a meteor, but who knows?As for the verification from the Normans? Who better than from the Canadian government, perhaps even from viewers in Montreal (at about 45 degrees North Latitude), surely the most French community in North America?If it entered the lower atmosphere over Montreal there could definitely be a flash, almost as impressive as an airborne nuclear explosion. In fact it would definitely set off the U.S. automated air defense systems.The part about it being seized means that our defense systems will probably fire on it, driving it off course. It will, however, strike a very polluted river full of sulphur....and with all the pollution from the chemica
Paul Neave of Neave Games has created a Flash version of the original Simon game. You remember the slogan:"Simon's a computer, Simon has a brain, you either do what Simon says or else go down the drain."Use your mouse to follow the pattern of lights and sounds, or the following keys: R - RedG - GreenB - BlueY - Yellow*This game requires Macromedia Flash Player to be installed on your computer.
The History Matters website offers an in-depth archive related to the medical coverup in the JFK assassination. Included are medical illustrations, audio recordings, transcripts and important documents.
After nearly 7 years of traveling through our solar system, the Cassini-Huygens spacecraft entered into Saturn's orbit at 7:36 pm (PT) on Wed. night. NASA TV is offering live coverage via webcasts during this critical phase of the mission, though Space.com reports that communications may be hampered because one of the dish antennas receiving the signal here on Earth is facing severe wind conditions.