Thursday, March 11, 2010

CSETI/Disclosure Project Update

WORLD PUJA RADIO SHOW - March 12, 2010 "Conversations with Dr. Steven Greer" show subject is: Documents Highlighted in the Obama Briefing

A little more than a year ago Dr. Greer sent a comprehensive briefing on the UFO and Energy issues to President Obama. The cover letter was released in October 2009. Today he will discuss in depth the 5 documents highlighted in the briefing and why they are so important.

What do they reveal about the ET issue and the secrecy surrounding it?

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Saturday, March 6, 2010

Return of the China Pyramid UFO

Info from YouTube Video:

The content of this video, was originally posted on the Chinese video community You Ku. Apparently the footage was aired on some local TV show and I can't vouch for its authenticity, unless a Chinese, come around to comment about it and say what exactly is written in the original subs.

The video was recorded in January 28 at 8:40 am, in Xi'an city and we can hear fireworks sounds in the downtown, probably the film maker was recording some local event and then he focused the camera in two objects hovering above of two big buildings. At first glance they seemed like balloons, large ones, but when the focus got stabilized, became clear a massive upside down pyramid-like UFO, just stopped, lightly inclined, spinning around its own axis very slowly. smaller object almost similar, performing a 360° turn around the bigger one.

I watched the video thoroughly, seeking by any detail that could indicates a CGI job, but IMO looks pretty authentic. And if it was, is one of the most stunning and baffling footages, ever recorded. It's just weird. It's like to see the Kufhu pyramid flying above an urban center.

It seems the ones that built all these pyramids around the world, are back...

Wednesday, March 3, 2010

Pole shift experienced through Chile Earthquake

March 1 (Bloomberg) -- The earthquake that killed more than 700 people in Chile on Feb. 27 probably shifted the Earth’s axis and shortened the day, a National Aeronautics and Space Administration scientist said.

Earthquakes can involve shifting hundreds of kilometers of rock by several meters, changing the distribution of mass on the planet. This affects the Earth’s rotation, said Richard Gross, a geophysicist at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, who uses a computer model to calculate the effects.

“The length of the day should have gotten shorter by 1.26 microseconds (millionths of a second),” Gross, said today in an e-mailed reply to questions. “The axis about which the Earth’s mass is balanced should have moved by 2.7 milliarcseconds (about 8 centimeters or 3 inches).”

The changes can be modeled, though they’re difficult to physically detect given their small size, Gross said. Some changes may be more obvious, and islands may have shifted, according to Andreas Rietbrock, a professor of Earth Sciences at the U.K.’s Liverpool University who has studied the area impacted, though not since the latest temblor.

Santa Maria Island off the coast near Concepcion, Chile’s second-largest city, may have been raised 2 meters (6 feet) as a result of the latest quake, Rietbrock said today in a telephone interview. He said the rocks there show evidence pointing to past earthquakes shifting the island upward in the past.
‘Ice-Skater Effect’

“It’s what we call the ice-skater effect,” David Kerridge, head of Earth hazards and systems at the British Geological Survey in Edinburgh, said today in a telephone interview. “As the ice skater puts when she’s going around in a circle, and she pulls her arms in, she gets faster and faster. It’s the same idea with the Earth going around if you change the distribution of mass, the rotation rate changes.”

Rietbrock said he hasn’t been able to get in touch with seismologists in Concepcion to discuss the quake, which registered 8.8 on the Richter scale.

“What definitely the earthquake has done is made the Earth ring like a bell,” Rietbrock said.

The magnitude 9.1 Sumatran in 2004 that generated an Indian Ocean tsunami shortened the day by 6.8 microseconds and shifted the axis by about 2.3 milliarcseconds, Gross said.

The changes happen on the day and then carry on “forever,” Benjamin Fong Chao, dean of Earth Sciences of the National Central University in Taiwan, said in an e-mail.
“This small contribution is buried in larger changes due to other causes, such as atmospheric mass moving around on Earth,” Chao said.