If there is no crisis then create one

“Oh the virus is real but I really do not think it is as bad as they claim otherwise there would be no need to count victims of car wrecks as having died of COVID-19.”
– Rob. M.Sc.

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If there is no crisis then create one

Rob. M.Sc.

Hillary Clinton actually met Alinsky and worshiped at his feet. Obama never met him but both he and Clinton esteemed the traitor as if he were a living god. BTW his book entitled “Rules for Radicals” was dedicated to Satan. That fact alone speaks volumes about him and his beliefs/techniques. I have read his book and all of his 8 points are indeed in play in the USA today. The book is Obama’s and Clinton’s “bible” and it is also for most if not all of the traitors in our midst today.

In case you failed to notice when the Affordable Care Act (aka: Obamacare) was passed our healthcare system suddenly changed. We were promised how great and fantastic it would be and how it would make healthcare “affordable” but we all soon found out that just the opposite was true. It preys on the sick and that is exactly what Alinsky had in mind.

In terms of poverty, poor people are in fact easier to control because you control their healthcare, food, housing, and income. Also keep them uneducated because any good dictator worth his salt knows that an ignorant population is much easier to control than an educated one. Increasing debt has been going on for decades now and it does in fact increase poverty. That is why the middle class has basically been eliminated.

Gun control one of the biggest obstacles to the manifestation of Alinsky’s vision

Gun control has been one of the biggest obstacles to the manifestation of Alinsky’s envisioned “social state.” Most Americans have guns or can quickly get them and that poses a problem for the traitors in our midst. They’ve been trying to create a police state for a long while now. That is why American police have been militarized and it is why the friendly neighborhood cop is history. Today’s police shoot to kill not to disable and they will shoot you for any reason, apparently. I should say SOME police not all.

Welfare creates dependence on government and a dependent people are very easily controlled and manipulated. You can easily incite them to riot, demonstrate, and/or anarchy. Just look at what is happening now in our nation. No further proof needed.

America’s education system today does NOT educate. It indoctrinates!

America’s education system today does NOT educate. It indoctrinates! Every good dictator knows that in order for his/her oppressive regime to endure that he/she must gain control over the young so that they can be brainwashed and conditioned into supporting the regime at any cost. This is one reason they don’t teach civics anymore in our schools. Should our children learn civics then they might well rebel against the emerging tyranny.

Not even the rich are safe in such a regime and that is why there cannot be a middle class. Society must be an ongoing battle between rich and poor. Besides if you create and keep class warfare going the poor uneducated masses will never catch on to what you are doing behind the scenes. Of course if all else fails then exploit a crisis and if there is no crisis then create one, as Alinsky recommended.

Alinsky was in bed with Lenin’s ideology

Alinsky was in bed with Lenin’s ideology and, yes, he simplified Lenin’s ideology and fashioned it for America. The basic idea is to use media, educators, politicians, and anyone else to achieve the goal of establishing a Satanic Communist state based on tyranny. These are called “useful idiots” and they only serve to help create the regime but NOT to sustain it. Once the regime is established then all of the “useful idiots” must be eliminated. That is why Pol Pot ordered all “intellectuals” killed by the Khmer Rouge and those “intellectuals” were anyone who wore eye glasses.

All of this is happening in America right now and all of you people who thought it could never happen in the good ole USA were dead WRONG! I advise you to drop the myth that American soldiers wouldn’t ever shoot their fellow Americans in the streets as well. THEY WILL because they too have been conditioned into Alinsky’s demonic ideology. And if they won’t do it then UN soldiers most certainly will.

The disciples of Alinsky began to panic so they created a virus right out of a “B” sci-fi movie and thus far it has worked amazingly well. Oh the virus is real but I really do not think it is as bad as they claim otherwise there would be no need to count victims of car wrecks as having died of COVID-19. That should be your first clue that something is greatly amiss in the whole “pandemic” affair. And the mask wearing? It covers up your face, your identity, so that you are no longer an individual. There can be no individuals in the emerging Communist regime! Besides it will be easier for the police and soldiers to shoot us dead if they don’t have to look at our faces.

The Alinsky “plan” is not perfect nor is it playing out perfectly right now so I am sure something BIGGER is on the horizon for America and the world. I expect some sort of major “false flag” any time now. One that will literally scare the masses to no end and look to government to save them.

We are witnessing the end to America and to our Republic and few realize it today

We are witnessing the end to America and to our Republic and few realize it today. The masses are mindless “sheeple” who will do anything they are told to do and the traitors in our midst KNOW IT. Kiss America good-bye because the so called “New Normal” is one in which you are a faceless useful idiot eater who is a parasite on the planet which must be eliminated before the Commie “utopia” can be made fully manifest. What sad times we live in but what’s even sadder is that the masses seem not to care at all. They seem content with just sitting by and watching our ONCE great nation fall. Unbelievable! Oh but we will ALL regret it once that “great” Communist-Alinsky “Utopia” dawns I guarantee you. It will be a literal living Hell for most of us. Why do you think Alinsky dedicated his book to SATAN?

Benito Lorez, M.Sc., M.Th.

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June 26, 2020 at 06:13PM

Death By Hospital

Hospitals fatally infect 100,000 people per year in the US, on top of the 250,000-400,000 killed by medical malpractice. 99,000 Americans Die of Healthcare-Aquired Infections Every Year Medical errors third-leading cause of death in America

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Hospitals fatally infect 100,000 people per year in the US, on top of the 250,000-400,000 killed by medical malpractice.

99,000 Americans Die of Healthcare-Aquired Infections Every Year

Medical errors third-leading cause of death in America

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June 26, 2020 at 05:19PM

THE CURRENT STATE OF CLIMATE ALARMISTS

Heartland’s Donald Kendal, Jim Lakely, and Justin Haskins are joined by Isaac Orr in episode 249 of the In The Tank Podcast. What are climate alarmists thinking when they see massive movements and economic changes form around COVID and civil rights, but relatively nothing over climate change? Do people just not care about global warming? What is the current state of the alarmists? What is their path forward?

What are climate alarmists thinking when they see massive movements and economic changes form around COVID and civil rights, but relatively nothing over climate change? Do people just not care about global warming? What is the current state of the alarmists? What is their path forward?

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June 26, 2020 at 04:47PM

NASA’s TESS, Spitzer Missions Discover a World Orbiting a Unique Young Star

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For more than a decade, astronomers have searched for planets orbiting AU Microscopii, a nearby star still surrounded by a disk of debris left over from its formation. Now scientists using data from NASA’s Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) and retired Spitzer Space Telescope report the discovery of a planet about as large as Neptune that circles the young star in just over a week.

NASA’s Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) and retired Spitzer Space Telescope have found a young Neptune-size world orbiting AU Microscopii, a cool, nearby M-type dwarf star surrounded by a vast disk of debris. The discovery makes the system a touchstone for understanding how stars and planets form and evolve. Credits: NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center Download high-resolution video and images from NASA’s Scientific Visualization StudioEn español

The system, known as AU Mic for short, provides a one-of-a-kind laboratory for studying how planets and their atmospheres form, evolve and interact with their stars.

“AU Mic is a young, nearby M dwarf star. It’s surrounded by a vast debris disk in which moving clumps of dust have been tracked, and now, thanks to TESS and Spitzer, it has a planet with a direct size measurement,” said Bryson Cale, a doctoral student at George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia. “There is no other known system that checks all of these important boxes.”

The new planet, AU Mic b, is described in a paper co-authored by Cale and led by his advisor Peter Plavchan, an assistant professor of physics and astronomy at George Mason. Their report was published on Wednesday, June 24, in the journal Nature.

AU Mic b is featured in a new NASA poster available in English and Spanish, part of a Galaxy of Horrors series. The fun but informative series resulted from a collaboration of scientists and artists and was produced by NASA’s Exoplanet Exploration Program Office. 

Horror movie poster: AU Mic's Flares of Fury
Located less than 32 light-years from Earth, AU Microscopii is among the youngest planetary systems ever observed by astronomers, and its star throws vicious temper tantrums. You’ve heard of the “terrible twos”? Well, AU Mic is in the midst of its terrible 22 … millions! NASA celebrates this discovery with a new poster — based on real science — in its popular Galaxy of Horrors series. Credits: NASA-JPL/Caltech Download for free in English and Spanish.

AU Mic is a cool red dwarf star with an age estimated at 20 million to 30 million years, making it a stellar infant compared to our Sun, which is at least 150 times older. The star is so young that it primarily shines from the heat generated as its own gravity pulls it inward and compresses it. Less than 10% of the star’s energy comes from the fusion of hydrogen into helium in its core, the process that powers stars like our Sun.

The system is located 31.9 light-years away in the southern constellation Microscopium. It’s part of a nearby collection of stars called the Beta Pictoris Moving Group, which takes its name from a bigger, hotter A-type star that harbors two planets and is likewise surrounded by a debris disk.

Although the systems have the same age, their planets are markedly different. The planet AU Mic b almost hugs its star, completing an orbit every 8.5 days. It weighs less than 58 times Earth’s mass, placing it in the category of Neptune-like worlds. Beta Pictoris b and c, however, are both at least 50 times more massive than AU Mic b and take 21 and 3.3 years, respectively, to orbit their star.  

“We think AU Mic b formed far from the star and migrated inward to its current orbit, something that can happen as planets interact gravitationally with a gas disk or with other planets,” said co-author Thomas Barclay, an associate research scientist at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County and an associate project scientist for TESS at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland. “By contrast, Beta Pictoris b’s orbit doesn’t appear to have migrated much at all. The differences between these similarly aged systems can tell us a lot about how planets form and migrate.”

Detecting planets around stars like AU Mic poses a particular challenge. These stormy stars possess strong magnetic fields and can be covered with starspots — cooler, darker and highly magnetic regions akin to sunspots — that frequently erupt powerful stellar flares. Both the spots and their flares contribute to the star’s brightness changes.

In July and August 2018, when TESS was observing AU Mic, the star produced numerous flares, some of which were more powerful than the strongest flares ever recorded on the Sun. The team performed a detailed analysis to remove these effects from the TESS data.

When a planet crosses in front of its star from our perspective, an event called a transit, its passage causes a distinct dip in the star’s brightness. TESS monitors large swaths of the sky, called sectors, for 27 days at a time. During this long stare, the mission’s cameras regularly capture snapshots that allow scientists to track changes in stellar brightness.

Regular dips in a star’s brightness signal the possibility of a transiting planet. Usually, it takes at least two observed transits to recognize a planet’s presence.

“As luck would have it, the second of three TESS transits occurred when the spacecraft was near its closest point to Earth. At such times, TESS is not observing because it is busy downlinking all of the stored data,” said co-author Diana Dragomir, a research assistant professor at the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque. “To fill the gap, our team was granted observing time on Spitzer, which caught two additional transits in 2019 and enabled us to confirm the orbital period of AU Mic b.”

Spitzer was a multipurpose infrared observatory operating from 2003 until its decommissioning on Jan. 30, 2020. The mission proved especially adept at detecting and studying exoplanets around cool stars. Spitzer returned the AU Mic observations during its final year.

Because the amount of light blocked by a transit depends on the planet’s size and orbital distance, the TESS and Spitzer transits provide a direct measure of AU Mic b’s size. Analysis of these measurements show that the planet is about 8% larger than Neptune.

Observations from instruments on ground-based telescopes provide upper limits for the planet’s mass. As a planet orbits, its gravity tugs on its host star, which moves slightly in response. Sensitive instruments on large telescopes can detect the star’s radial velocity, its motion to-and-fro along our line of sight. Combining observations from the W. M. Keck Observatory and NASA’s InfraRed Telescope Facility in Hawaii and the European Southern Observatory in Chile, the team concluded that AU Mic b has a mass smaller than 58 Earths.

This discovery shows the power of TESS to provide new insights into well-studied stars like AU Mic, where more planets may be waiting to be found.

“There is an additional candidate transit event seen in the TESS data, and TESS will hopefully revisit AU Mic later this year in its extended mission,” Plavchan said. “We are continuing to monitor the star with precise radial velocity measurements, so stay tuned.”

For decades, AU Mic has intrigued astronomers as a possible home for planets thanks to its proximity, youth and bright debris disk. Now that TESS and Spitzer have found one there, the story comes full circle. AU Mic is a touchstone system, a nearby laboratory for understanding the formation and evolution of stars and planets that will be studied for decades to come.

TESS is a NASA Astrophysics Explorer mission led and operated by MIT in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and managed by NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center. Additional partners include Northrop Grumman, based in Falls Church, Virginia; NASA’s Ames Research Center in California’s Silicon Valley; the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics in Cambridge, Massachusetts; MIT’s Lincoln Laboratory; and the Space Telescope Science Institute in Baltimore. More than a dozen universities, research institutes and observatories worldwide are participants in the mission.

NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) in Southern California managed the Spitzer mission for the agency’s Science Mission Directorate in Washington. Spitzer science data continue to be analyzed by the science community via the Spitzer data archive located at the Infrared Science Archive housed at IPAC at Caltech in Pasadena. Science operations were conducted at the Spitzer Science Center at Caltech. Spacecraft operations were based at Lockheed Martin Space in Littleton, Colorado. Caltech manages JPL for NASA.

Banner image: This illustration depicts one interpretation of the planet AU Mic b and its young red dwarf host star. The system lies about 32 light-years away in the southern constellation Microsopium. Credit: NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center/Chris Smith (USRA)By Francis Reddy
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June 26, 2020 at 12:39PM

Volcano earthquake report for Friday, 26 Jun 2020

Volcano earthquake report for Friday, 26 Jun 2020

Friday Jun 26, 2020 20:50 PM | BY: EARTHQUAKEMONITOR

World map showing volcanoes with shallow (less than 20 km) earthquakes within 20 km radius  during the past 24 hours on 26 Jun 2020 Number in brackets indicate nr of quakes.

World map showing volcanoes with shallow (less than 20 km) earthquakes within 20 km radius during the past 24 hours on 26 Jun 2020 Number in brackets indicate nr of quakes.Quakes detected near: Bardarbunga (1 quake mag 1.1), Clear Lake (18 quakes between mag 0.2-1.5), Coso (7 quakes between mag 0.5-2.3), Girekol (1 quake mag 3.0), Golden Trout Creek (1 quake mag 2.1), Grímsvötn (1 quake mag 1.6)
Katla (1 quake mag 1.4), Kilauea (1 quake mag 2.7), Kolbeinsey Ridge (2 quakes between mag 1.2-2.5), Krísuvík (2 quakes between mag 0.9-1.1), Long Valley (2 quakes between mag 0.8-1.3), Mauna Loa (1 quake mag 1.9), Mount Hood (3 quakes between mag 0.9-1.3), Okataina (Tarawera) (7 quakes between mag 1.8-2.6), Olot Field (1 quake mag 1.8), Papandayan (1 quake mag 3.5), Reykjanes (50 quakes between mag 0.1-2.3), Salton Buttes (2 quakes between mag 1.2-1.7), Tjörnes Fracture Zone (2 quakes between mag 0.9-1.2), Torfajökull (5 quakes between mag 0.9-2.6), Vesuvius (1 quake mag 1.4), Wrangell (1 quake mag 1.7) (updated 20h50)

Note: Earthquakes within 20 km from and at depths less than 20 km under active volcanoes are reported. The list is not complete because many volcanoes are not monitored and/or seismic data in high resolution is not available publicly.

Volcanoes with recent earthquakes above magnitude 2 or more than 10 quakes are listed below:


Clear Lake volcano
 (California): 18 earthquakes up to magnitude 1.5

Possible earthquake swarm: 18 earthquakes occurred near (under) the volcano during 22 hours, the last being recorded quake 1 hour 36 minutes ago. Hypocenter depths ranged between 3.3 and 0.6 km.
Earthquake details: (only 5 largest)
M 1.5 quake: 7km W of Cobb, CA (USA) on Fri, 26 Jun 08h28 (15 km S) – 13 hours ago
M 1.1 quake: 7km NW of The Geysers, CA (USA) on Fri, 26 Jun 09h51 (18 km S) – 12 hours ago
M 1.0 quake: 6km NW of The Geysers, CA (USA) on Fri, 26 Jun 14h39 (16 km S) – 7 hours ago
M 0.9 quake: 6km NW of The Geysers, CA (USA) on Fri, 26 Jun 01h59 (17 km S) – 20 hours ago
M 0.9 quake: 4km W of Cobb, CA (USA) on Fri, 26 Jun 11h40 (17 km S) – 10 hours ago
All earthquakes at Clear Lake

Coso volcano (California): 7 earthquakes up to magnitude 2.3

7 earthquakes occurred near (under) the volcano during 24 hours, the last being recorded quake 14 minutes ago. Hypocenter depths ranged between 8.4 and 2.6 km.
Earthquake details: (only 5 largest)
M 2.3 quake: 7km NE of Coso Junction, CA (USA) on Fri, 26 Jun 03h41 (8 km N) – 18 hours ago
M 1.2 quake: 9km ENE of Coso Junction, CA (USA) on Fri, 26 Jun 19h30 (8 km N) – 2 hours 0 minutes ago
M 1.2 quake: 14km E of Little Lake, CA (USA) on Fri, 26 Jun 11h02 (13 km S) – 10 hours ago
M 1.0 quake: 7km NE of Little Lake, CA (USA) on Fri, 26 Jun 20h36 (6 km S) – 54 minutes ago
M 0.9 quake: 4km WSW of Coso Junction, CA (USA) on Fri, 26 Jun 16h20 (15 km W) – 5 hours ago
All earthquakes at Coso

Girekol volcano (Turkey): magnitude 3.0 earthquake

A magnitude 3.0 earthquake occurred at the volcano 6 hours ago. The quake, which might be volcanic in origin, was located at a depth of 5.3 km depth at 19 km distance N from the volcano.
Earthquake details:
M 3.0 quake: Alatay-patnos (agri) (Turkey) on Fri, 26 Jun 14h58 (19 km N) – 7 hours ago
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Golden Trout Creek volcano (California): magnitude 2.1 earthquake

A magnitude 2.1 earthquake occurred at the volcano 22 hours ago. The quake, which might be volcanic in origin, was located at a depth of 7.2 km depth at 14 km distance NW from the volcano.
Earthquake details:
M 2.1 quake: 18km SSE of Lone Pine, CA (USA) on Thu, 25 Jun 22h32 (14 km NW) – 23 hours ago
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Kilauea volcano (Hawai’i (Big Island)): magnitude 2.7 earthquake

A magnitude 2.7 earthquake occurred at the volcano 57 minutes ago. The quake, which might be volcanic in origin, was located at a depth of 1.0 km depth at 10 km distance WSW from the volcano.
Earthquake details:
M 2.7 quake: 9 km SSE of Volcano, Hawaii (USA) on Fri, 26 Jun 19h52 (10 km WSW) – 1 hour 38 minutes ago
All earthquakes at Kilauea

Kolbeinsey Ridge volcano (Iceland): 2 earthquakes up to magnitude 2.5

2 earthquakes occurred near (under) the volcano during 53 minutes, the last being recorded quake 5 hours ago. Hypocenter depths ranged between 17.1 and 9.4 km.
Earthquake details:
M 2.5 quake: 35.2 km W of Grímsey (Iceland) on Fri, 26 Jun 15h25 (17 km WSW) – 6 hours ago
M 1.2 quake: 31.5 km W of Grímsey (Iceland) on Fri, 26 Jun 16h18 (19 km SW) – 5 hours ago
All earthquakes at Kolbeinsey Ridge

Okataina (Tarawera) volcano (New Zealand): 7 earthquakes up to magnitude 2.6

7 earthquakes occurred near (under) the volcano during 1 hour 24 minutes, the last being recorded quake 18 hours ago. Hypocenter depths ranged between 5.7 and 4.1 km.
Earthquake details: (only 5 largest)
M 2.6 quake: New Zealand on Fri, 26 Jun 01h54 (7 km N) – 20 hours ago
M 2.5 quake: New Zealand on Fri, 26 Jun 02h10 (7 km N) – 19 hours ago
M 2.3 quake: New Zealand on Fri, 26 Jun 02h00 (8 km N) – 20 hours ago
M 1.9 quake: New Zealand on Fri, 26 Jun 02h53 (7 km N) – 19 hours ago
M 1.8 quake: New Zealand on Fri, 26 Jun 02h55 (8 km N) – 19 hours ago
All earthquakes at Okataina (Tarawera)

Papandayan volcano (West Java): magnitude 3.5 earthquake

A magnitude 3.5 earthquake occurred at the volcano 7 hours ago. The quake, which might be volcanic in origin, was located at a depth of 10.0 km depth at 8 km distance N from the volcano.
Earthquake details:
M 3.5 quake: Java, Indonesia on Fri, 26 Jun 13h34 (8 km N) – 8 hours ago
All earthquakes at Papandayan

Reykjanes volcano (Iceland): 50 earthquakes up to magnitude 2.3

Possible earthquake swarm: 50 earthquakes occurred near (under) the volcano during 22 hours, the last being recorded quake 47 minutes ago. Hypocenter depths ranged between 11.3 and 1.1 km.
Earthquake details: (only 5 largest)
M 2.3 quake: 3.0 km NNW of Grindavík (Iceland) on Fri, 26 Jun 09h07 (4 km SW) – 12 hours ago
M 2.0 quake: 3.2 km NNW of Grindavík (Iceland) on Fri, 26 Jun 10h13 (4 km SW) – 11 hours ago
M 1.8 quake: 3.3 km NNW of Grindavík (Iceland) on Fri, 26 Jun 10h19 (4 km SW) – 11 hours ago
M 1.7 quake: 3.4 km NNW of Grindavík (Iceland) on Fri, 26 Jun 09h09 (4 km SW) – 12 hours ago
M 1.7 quake: 3.2 km NNW of Grindavík (Iceland) on Fri, 26 Jun 08h32 (4 km SW) – 13 hours ago
All earthquakes at Reykjanes

Torfajökull volcano (Iceland): 5 earthquakes up to magnitude 2.6

5 earthquakes occurred near (under) the volcano during 11 hours, the last being recorded quake 7 hours ago. Hypocenter depths ranged between 9.4 and 3.2 km.
Earthquake details:
M 2.6 quake: 1.7 km W of Landmannalaugar (Iceland) on Fri, 26 Jun 04h03 (8 km NNW) – 17 hours ago
M 2.3 quake: 1.5 km SW of Landmannalaugar (Iceland) on Fri, 26 Jun 14h14 (7 km NW) – 7 hours ago
M 1.8 quake: 1.7 km WSW of Landmannalaugar (Iceland) on Fri, 26 Jun 14h14 (7 km NNW) – 7 hours ago
M 1.4 quake: 1.6 km W of Landmannalaugar (Iceland) on Fri, 26 Jun 03h07 (8 km NNW) – 18 hours ago
M 0.9 quake: 1.4 km WSW of Landmannalaugar (Iceland) on Fri, 26 Jun 03h07 (8 km NW) – 18 hours ago
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