Saturday, June 2, 2012

Human Robot (H-1)



Greetings Sentient,

Before oblivion, before geology or cosmology; before Minimalism, Pink Floyd, Quantum Physics, Mind Control, Math Rock, Electronic Imaging; before Buddha, even before the cosmic microwave frequency; you only have to pose a single question;
            "What was there before the Big Bang"
            Ask that and you're immediately in trouble.
            Trouble also exists as more than ongoing threats from Alien life forms, cosmic radiation, neutron stars and black holes, nuclear proliferation, climate change, and the need to find sustainable and safe sources of energy. It's in the future so you can rearrange the order because it's emotional and not scientific.
            For 'out there' science, how about the phenomenon of the Dark Matter Halo? Not just scribbling in some mathematician's notebook or a game by Microsoft, it's something real being observed by astrophysicist, Sukanya Chakrabarti, assistant professor of physics at the Charles E. Schmidt College of Science at Florida Atlantic University. This scientist has fixed a way to find and chart dark matter halos of distant galaxies using gravitational ripples caused by the passing of satellite galaxies. How cool is that?
            Need to know more?
            Chakrabarti’s paper – “A New Probe of the Distribution of Dark Matter in Galaxies” – is published online here.
            Meantime, back on Planet Earth shortly before the purported singularity, (timestamps unreliable), scientists move the "Doomsday Clock" one minute closer to midnight. No one is exactly sure how they calculate this, but I hope it's not some concoction of conspiracy theory involving reverse engineered alien technology. The Doomsday Clock is symbolic and has been maintained by the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists since 1947. The closer to a setting of midnight it gets, the closer it is estimated that a global disaster will occur.
            Predictive algorithms anyone?
            As previously reported, Future Predictions, aka The Webbot Project, has continuously predicted some negative earth changing mega-event for 2012, but some of us aren't holding our breath because obviously nobody knows much about it. What we do know is that there's some antihuman program running loose on this planet right now, and it isn't inside a computer. It's inside our own heads. It isn't that we don't hope that Aliens with atmosphere sweeping devices and ocean filtering devices aren't dropping in to help us out, it's just that we're too busy being H-1 to care.
            March 22nd was Illuminati Day. According to David Icke and Co., a mega-shake was going to happen around that date. Portland is safe! There's only been a 7.2 in Chile with no tsunami, so we can safely assume they've struck out, at least on that date.
            Meantime, people are seeing auroras, like in borealis, much further south than ever before but most people would rather go to the movies than watch auroras, right?
            Just in case, prepare for the longest night.
            Solarstorm anyone?     
            Dark Matter Halos may be real, but in Extra-Terrestrial mythology, the 'Black Knight' satellite is for real, or is it just more spin added to the hunt for the holy grail of prehistory, the megalith from the Ancient Aliens, and all of that? But it's spooky to think that there is no evidence to suggest it may not be true. Dig this signal translation, supposedly originating from ‘The Black Knight’ Satellite, according to Time Magazine April 9, 1973
            Beginning Transcoded message;
            “Our home is Epsilon Bo├Âtis, which is a double star. We live on the sixth planet of seven—check that, the sixth of seven—counting outwards from the sun, which is the larger of the two stars. Our sixth planet has one moon. Our fourth planet has three. Our first and third planet each have one. Our probe is in the orbit of your moon"
            Message Ends.
                       
            Schwann Cybershaman
            26th March 2012
          © All Media by Mike Kawitzky March 2012

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