TIDBIT: THIS WEEK’S HONORABLE MENTIONS
This was another week that my inbox was stuffed with fascinating articles that readers of this site passed along, making selection of what to blog about very difficult. So, again, my thanks to all of you contributing so many articles. Here are some of this weeks "close contenders", shared by M.W., V.T., K.M., L.G.R., T.S., and S.D.:
Military researchers develop self-destructing material that 'disappears in an instant' to carry out covert missions without leaving any trace
Video, reports of machines automatically changing votes in Mississippi GOP Governor runoff
(Think Type II on the Kardashev scale-Farrel Corollaries on this one, says K.M. who shared it):
Entangling photons generated millions of miles apart
Ex-U.S. senator accused in Jeffrey Epstein scandal oversaw Philly Archdiocese’s sex-abuse compensation fund
PODCAST: Christopher Fulton on His Ordeal with JFK Assassination Evidence
How Quantum Radar Could Completely Change Warfare
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Engdahl’s amazing as usual. I’m realizing this is all we all are about. We’re looking for cognitive disonants’s (plural of a plural?) in our ever so engineered culture. Hubris and mistplaced certainty are some of the easiest earliest marks that we treading on surfaces that angel’s stand back from. So how do we get ahead of the curve that this culture seems so intent on staying behind?
The radar seems a parallel on the way LED’s work. What advantage do they afford once both sides are equipped. BTW given today’s corporate systems both sides are already equipped – unless of course we get to the point where American’s get left out of the tech espionage open flow.
The Q Radar is most interesting!!! I often wonder what technologies our Breakaway Civ’s have that would astound us?!!! 😉 Listening to some of the SSP Whistleblowers one can get a glimpse of the advanced tech that is not available to us “normies”, even though we have paid for it!!! 😉
The future is here!
It’s just not evenly distributed.
Engdahl’s extreme weather article goes to the source: the sun. That Engdahl didn’t mention chemtrails is a disappointment. But, who knows what editors control when one writes for a publisher? Still, he addresses the stupidity of CO2 as a villain in this extreme weather; and, no less is cast as the Only villain. More Hollywood than real science.
Engdahl makes some great points as usual.