Thursday, June 1, 2017

The Paris boondoggle of all time, agreement

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/powerpost/paloma/the-energy-202/2017/06/01/the-energy-202-trump-made-up-his-mind-on-paris-now-the-rest-of-the-world-will-do-the-same-on-him/592f0347e9b69b2fb981dc07/?tid=ss_fb&utm_term=.59ada57a71d1


Billions of humans (people) have been led astray (dumbed down) by religious lies and made to believe stupid ideas and concepts about the existence of life on this planet. Yeah, sure sometimes and often times a gun or sword held to their heads and their lives and the lives of their families threatened. But just as often people simply fall for dumb ideas for various reasons. Speaking of stupid ideas, the so-called intellectual crowd made up of scientists and deep thinkers who boast about their MENSA memberships at cocktail parties while chasing after cocks and tails. Mistakenly believing that size of the brain, if not body junk count. The ability to remember more dumb information than the average person is not really an indication of being intelligent, any more than a small handheld device that cost two or three dollars and holds within its circuitry all the information of an encyclopedia and much more is proof that those memory chips are brilliant intellectuals. Anyway, a whole lot of "brilliant so-called intellectuals around the world who know as much about global weather phenomena as the religious piranhas know about achieving world peace wants the whole world to fall in line with the Paris boondoggle of all time. Just say, HELL NO! The Paris agreement Mr. President.

Lou Baldin



Thursday, April 27, 2017

EXTRATERRESTRIAL NATION: Earth-sized Fireball [Vintage post]




A FIREBALL THE SIZE OF EARTH: "When the sun rose on May 2nd, I was surprised to see a fully detached fireball prominence at the southwestern edge of the solar disk," reports amateur astronomer Jan Timmermans of Valkenswaard, The Netherlands. "Just imagine, a ball of fire with the size of the Earth thrown high in the solar skies!" "I was stunned," he continues. "The prominence was rather faint, so I had to use a lot of gain to capture it, hence the noise: 'more gain = more grain.' But I am pleased that I captured it!"


[vintage post from ufolou.com] May 2, 2011, the sun spit out an object of matter the size of Earth (more or less).  Two years earlier, on March 9, 2007, I post on ATS (http://www.abovetopsecret.com/forum/thread271627/pg1) that the sun spits out planets (matter). Most of the "matter" spit out by the sun is never seen by human equipment because of the rapid speed. What NASA does manage to capture is often not released to the public unless it has little significance.  Most of the "fireballs" and "filaments" fall back onto the sun and are what is sometimes captured by NASA equipment or in this case by an amateur sun watcher. What doesn't get captured are the "so called" filaments of sun matter that shoots far into the darkness of the solar system, and beyond, that eventually over time manifest into planetary matter, that goes undetected until the mass grows over the span of millions and billions of years; as the baby planets beef up on meteors, space dust, comets and other space materials, like cows fattening up while grazing on fields of grass.

Lou Baldin​





EXTRATERRESTRIAL NATION: Earth-sized Fireball: A FIREBALL THE SIZE OF EARTH: "When the sun rose on May 2nd, I was surprised to see a fully detached fireball prominence at the sou...

Distant Dwarf Planet DeeDee Stirs Up the Pluto Planethood Debate

Distant Dwarf Planet DeeDee Stirs Up the Pluto Planethood Debate



The inhabitants of DeeDee, want your vote for planethood!!! A planet should be classified as such by its number of intelligent inhabitants not by its size (size doesn't matter when it comes to intelligent life). All moons and planets are inhabited by intelligent life forms of one type or other. When humans (as a whole) grow up and become a full intelligent race(s) they will be able to detect intelligent life on other planets and moons (It takes intelligent life to detect intelligent life). So far, humans haven't detected intelligent life anywhere in this hood (solar system). So sad, still playing with those baby rattles after all these years.

Lou Baldin