With daylight today came a reckoning that the damage to our house in the wild wind storm last night was more severe than it first seemed. Because the powerline is down and still live under all that debris, no one can safely walk around back there so we were relegated to peering from upstairs windows … More Daylight and Reckoning – Day 2
Near 5 pm the lights flickered and the house went dark except for my PCs which use uninterruptible power supplies. Their battery back-ups are designed to gracefully shut down and prevent the hashing of any open files. The ground shook violently. Moments later the lights around me came back up. What in God’s name? Sixty … More Bad Luck Or Good Fortune?
While efforts to build a wall along miles of our southern border have taken on all the trappings of what they must have meant when someone coined the phrase “political theater,” Great Britain has a row of its own going on over whether or not to build a tunnel. Under, or at least quite near the very symbol of Britain’s longevity: Stonehenge. … More In This Case—It Is Carved In Stone
Today is “Extraterrestrial Culture Day” and the day the Pentagon released a report claiming Russia and China now pose threats to U.S. space capabilities. … More What Do E.T., China and Russia Have in Common?
Two years after U.S. dipliomats in Cuba began falling ill from mysterious ailments ranging from headaches and weird, inexplicable sounds in their heads to mild brain injuries, scientist are still not sure who or what is responsible. What they are sure of is that the effects have continued and have recently stricken U.S. personnel in China. … More Electromagnetic Weapons May Have Been Used in Cuba and China Against U.S. Diplomats