DO WE NEED THE MEN IN BLACK?







  • Absolutely the most plausible explanation!



  • Alien stories = the Deep State distracting again?

    Alien stories appear part of a Tao of Destabilization.

    Booga booga!!!



  • @KUSTEVE

    The History Channel often reminds me of a quote by George Orwell.

    “Who controls the past controls the future. Who controls the present controls the past.” George Orwell, 1984

    So: Who controls the history channel?

    HAPPY Friday!

    Let there be basketball shortly.



  • Here is a little blurb I found as a followup:

    There are rumors that other solar observatories and/or webcams have been shutdown, including:

    • AXIS 232D Network Dome Camera located in Sydney Australia

    • Webcams located at SOAR Observatory - The Southern Astrophysical Research Telescope located in Chile

    • BRT Tenerife Telescope Webcam located in Spain

    • Webcam located at Mauna Kea observatory at the University of Hawaii

    • Hilo Webcam from the Canada-France-Hawaii Telescope observatory in Hawaii

    • Webcam at JAT Observatory in Fairless Hills, Pennsylvania



  • @jaybate-1.0 I think the government is doing the opposite. I’m not sure that’s always been the case, but something was going on that governments worldwide didn’t want anyone to see.





  • Men in Black is one of my favorite movies. I’ve legitimately watched it close to 100 times. When I was in College I watched most Saturday mornings after a long night at the Wheel.



  • One source says possible sunflare that could be strong enough to damage solar observatories, which would not have anything to do with an evacuation or the FBI. Same self-styled reporter’s Youtube blog said two post offices nearby were also closed. I remember well the anthrax scare in DC when mailed white powder killed one person and they cautioned all of us to handle unknown mail with gloves whiled wearing masks. No idea how reliable any info is. FWIW:



  • @mayjay I think she is on to what probably it’s all about, but like you pointed out, it doesn’t answer the evacuation question. Weird stuff…





  • Well, I sure didn’t see that on the radar.

    child porn

    edit: it’s a news channel9 nbc news story. OK to click.

    Honestly, it still seems like it’s probably aliens.



  • @DanR Nah, no alien would be interested in that stuff. After all, we know from all those lurid pulp sci-fi magazine of the 40’s and 50’s that bug-eyed tentacled monsters only go for long-limbed buxom adult screaming women.



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  • @mayjay I went to a deal at the Lied center where Ray Bradbury spoke. He was incredibly interesting.



  • @DanR Hmm. Sooo, let me get this straight…they raided an observatory, shut it down for 2 weeks, shut down the local post office, and took observatories down all over the world because a janitor was watching child smut. And of course, the FBI couldn’t reveal the “national security” issue with local law enforcement. Or it was a solar flare.



  • @KUSTEVE You need to read more thrillers. They probably were worried that the smut was being used as a secret code to organize a revolution led by oppressed solar astronomers everywhere.



  • @mayjay I just finished Red Notice. That was quite a thriller. I’m still calling bs on the cover story for the world wide blackout. When they took down the live NASA feed, something was up. Unless they had a kiddie p*** janitor there as well.



  • Here is my story about Sunspot New Mexico.

    Back in August,1992 I was doing work for NASA evaluating the gypsum runways for the Space Shuttle at the White Sand Space Harbor (it was actually named that by congressional decree) located on the southern portion of the White Sand Missile Range in New Mexico. The facility was located well into the desert and about 30 miles from Holloman AFB. Work was complicated because of the distance to the site and also because work schedule was reduced due to testing at the range and we would be told on short notice that the next day we would not have access until noon because there was testing at the range that morning (testing Patriot Missiles at that time) so, what should have taken 3 or 4 days, was schedule as a two week project. Add to that the first crash of the F117 Stealth fighter near Alamogordo shortly after we started the program that increased security and shut down everything for a couple of days.

    That weekend, the site manager for Lockheed Martin, the firm that provided the support for the facility and a good friend, was able to secure motorcycles for myself and the other member of the team that happened to be a Military Intelligence Geologist and at the time Science advisor to the astronauts.

    That Saturday we headed out early in the morning to the Lincoln Mountains and a high point location (Cloudcroft?) where there is restaurant that overlooks the mountain and the view is amazing and so was breakfast. After that we took a lot of small mountain roads and headed south to the town of Sunspot and the solar observatory. I have to say that it was a fun ride and the pine forests were just incredible beautiful. He had made arrangements in advance and we were given a VIP tour of the facility which was very interesting but noting particularly exceptional.

    Afterwards we headed North through the Mescalero Reservation mountains where there were several Indian Casinos with private airstrips with small jets landing frequently and all the way to Ruidoso Downs, home of a famous horse race and then back to Alamogordo where we were staying. It was on of the more pleasant drive I have taken and if you like the outdoors and have a chance to do it I highly recommend it. Just be careful with the many cow grates on the small roads which can be dangerous if you are not careful, particularly while riding a motorcycle.

    A couple of years ago I was back at White Sand, this time on the Northern portion of the facility and about 3 miles of the Trinity Site, doing evaluation of potential landing sites for the Space Capsule being built by Boeing to replace the now retired Space Shuttle. The original White Sands Space Harbor facility is now abandoned and hard to tell it ever was there.

    That is my Sunspot, New Mexico story. :smile:


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