This was another great week of some really good stories that you all submitted. Again our deepest thanks to all of you taking the time to share your finds with us.  This week's honourable mention shout outs go to M.D., S.C.G., E.G., V.T., and W.G.

Tiny metal spheres from meteorite are ‘alien technology’

Metallic spheres found on Pacific floor are interstellar in origin, Harvard professor finds

A golden egg? Mysterious shiny orb seen on seafloor off Alaska stumps ocean explorers

Time To Name The Clients: JPMorgan Flagged Over $1 Billion In Suspicious Epstein Transfers

Chinese owners of planned Michigan EV plant make staff in the Communist state pledge allegiance to the Party and wear Red Army uniforms on bizarre field trips in China

I may have misspoke earlier this week when I indicated that Mr. Globaloney's loony lackeys seemed to have slacked off putting out a nutty-idea-per-week, as Baal Gates has weighed in with another one of his real clonkers:

Count Alabama as the latest state to try to combat Central Bank Digital Currencies:


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Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".

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  1. InfiniteRUs on September 9, 2023 at 12:45 pm

    I’ve collected micro-meteorites before to see if they were a good source of platinum group metals. Space dust and small rocks melt in the upper atmosphere upon entering and cool into spheres before landing. Tens of thousands of tons of this stuff land on Earth each day. You can use a magnet to collect them from your gutters where they concentrate after falling on your roof and getting washed there after a rain. I’ve found some gold panning streams. Some are decently sized but most I need a magnifying glass to see. They are made up of all kinds of alloys. Some are even platinum and gold. Not all iron containing spheres are micro meteorite some are space debris or industrial products from high temperature furnaces. Some are plastics and glass from industrial gases that cooled and condensed into beads. The ocean and beaches are full of rusted iron chips from ships and who knows what else and I find them washed up on beaches all the time metal detecting. This professor should know these things and likely has his own financial and claim to fame agenda in miss leading the public and may be part of a psyop.

  2. Bizantura on September 9, 2023 at 6:26 am

    Years ago wasn’t there an article that some sea plants / bacteria could transform all sorts of pollution into something unharmful and or useful. If memory serves, even transform to tiny gold nuggets. Maybe it is a “two birds with one stone story” just to harvest their produce in relative peace. After all, you have to keep some real scientists busy producing real things and not just chasing fame and grants thru scientism. Producing things at sea on the bottom out of any public view? I would go for that!

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