21/12/2010

Everything in Moderation

Filed under: — Bravus @ 7:44 pm

I had to do a reinstall of WordPress a while ago due to an attack, and have just been getting my old settings back. One of those is that I don’t do ‘active moderation’ – holding your comment in a queue until I get a chance to look at it. That setting had defaulted to ‘on’, so that a few of your posts had to wait. I’ve now turned it off so you should be able to comment immediately. I have enough filtering in place to catch most of the spam, and would rather let some stand until I can deal with it manually than put barriers in the way of the discussion here.

We Report, You Decide

Filed under: — Bravus @ 11:05 am

E.T. does not need to phone home anymore – someone, or something, is on its way to earth.

SETI Astrophysicist Craig Kasnov ( not to be confused with Craig Kasnoff ) has announced the approach to the Earth of 3 very large, very fast moving objects. The length of the “flying saucers” is in the range of tens of kilometers. Landing, according to calculations of scientists, should be in mid-December 2012. Date coincides with the end of the Mayan calendar.

Don’t take his word for it you can check it out for yourself. He recommends to go to the site http://www.sky-map.org/ and enter the coordinates of the giant UFO:

19 25 12 -89 46 03 – the first large object
16 19 35 -88 43 10 – a cylindrical object
02 26 39 -89 43 13 – the object as a circle

The project participants are assured that the facilities are absolutely real, and the American space agency NASA is trying to conceal important information.

None of these objects can be seen from the northern hemisphere. The second set of numbers in each line tells us that the “object” or “objects” is/are coming in from very deep in the southern hemisphere sky.

In any case, the only thing we can do now – wait for it – says Kasnov. Soon celestial objects will be visible in a good telescope.

Keep your eyes on the skies… the truth is out there.

http://www.examiner.com/ufo-in-canada/3-very-large-objects-space-flying-to-earth