In the first half, environmental consultant Tim Ball talked about how reports of Hurricane Irene were based on faulty computer models. The global atmosphere computer models, which were also used to predict global warming, divide the world up into rectangles and take temperature measurements. But for most of the world's locations, there's very limited data, and the models end up becoming a "fantasy," he commented. Further, he suggested that the media, looking for a sensational story, created hype around how severe Irene was going to be. He expressed concern that people may stop heeding such warnings at all, if they continue to be fed inaccurate, sensationalized information.
Hurricanes' paths are very unpredictable, and one reason why Irene went further north than typical was that cold air from the jet stream wasn't pushing it out to sea, he explained. Rather than global warming, current sunspot cycles indicate a cooling trend, possibly a "Little Ice Age," that we can expect to continue until around 2035, he predicted. This information, however, is being "masked" in the official record through the reduction of the number of weather stations that record the average global temperature, he noted. Ball believes that government, clouded by political agendas, should get out of the field of climate research, and just stick to data collection.
In the latter half, C2C science advisor Richard C. Hoagland shared updates on Comet Elenin and the International Space Station (ISS). "I smell a big political rat," he said, in reaction to a recent report that the ISS could be abandoned. "I think NASA wants to have an empty space station up there," controlled robotically for a certain period of time, he conjectured, adding that without astronauts there to conduct maintenance, the station could fall apart.
When Comet Elenin reaches its closest point to Earth (22 million miles), it will pose no danger to us, yet because of various "hyperdimensional" measurements and parameters, Hoagland has concluded that it has a specifically designed trajectory. It's an artificial object sent by an intelligence, possibly as a kind of time capsule by our ancestors, he argued. It also appears to have a tetrahedral shape (see article below), which suggests it's an actual ship with generators, computers, and controls, he continued.
In tandem with his 8/29/11 presentation, Richard C. Hoagland sent us two images (below, click on to view larger) and this description:
Here is the latest Enterprise Elenin imaging -- produced from an original NASA STEREO-B satellite video, the latter recorded during Elenin's recent encounter with a solar CME (coronal mass ejection), August 19th.
The new image-composite (made from THREE "40-second HI-1 camera frames") reveals several additional, startling details about Elenin's now strikingly "tetrahedral shield" (which we discovered only last week) -- that is apparently protecting "Elenin the spacecraft" (deep inside this shield) from excess solar radiation.
The well-known technique of "stacking" independent image frames, to "increase signal and suppress noise," is an old one -- used successfully by professional and amateur astronomers alike. On this composite image, the brighter "knobs" at the apex of each of the three visible tetrahedral vertices can now easily be seen, as well as the striking "rounded symmetry" of each tetrahedral "vertex."
The full dimensions of this extraordinary "geometric force structure" now measures more than ~300,000 miles along each edge -- more than 1.5 times the distance of Earth from the Moon!
Needless to say, there is NO QUESTION now regarding the artificial nature of this object/structure; in several hundred years of astronomers observing comets -- including, over two decades of satellite imagery specifically to study interactions with the solar wind -- such an obviously ARTIFICIAL, GEOMETRIC structure has NEVER BEEN OBSERVED.
The fact that this astonishing structure is also a precise "tetrahedron" -- echoing the deeply "tetrahedral" numbers associated with Elenin's very trajectory into the inner solar system! -- is even more extraordinary. It definitely confirms that the overwhelming "message of Elenin" is-- "Hyperdimensional Physics!"
In the next three days, Elenin will encounter its SECOND major CME (according to Leonid Elenin's official website -- ); at that time, the H1-2 camera on Stereo-B (and maybe on STEREO-A) will be capable of acquiring new images, hopefully gathering even more precise scientific details on this extraordinary GEOMETRIC structure.
Stay tuned. :)
Bumper music from Monday August 29, 2011
Midnight Express (The Chase)
Riders on the Storm
Have You Ever Seen the Rain?
Creedence Clearwater Revival
Viva La Vida
Waiting on the World to Change
Move on Up
Only the Good Die Young
Till There Was You
Legend in the Redwoods