green issues, geology, geography, space, astronomy
Most people are pretty circumspect about astrology. Some, including me, think there is a certain something to it but then again, Christians in the middle ages were exhorted to have no truck with the devil’s work, astrology and necromancers being seen in the same light as magik.
Seems to me that every group has its own esoteric language and a certain amount of BS to the rhetoric but there are also kernels of truth. If there weren’t kernels of truth, then they wouldn’t have such devotees over such a long period. Don’t want to expand that as it would set off a series of posts.
It’s said that horoscopes are BS as they’re so vague, they could be anything. On the other hand, I read a run-down on my star sign and that of my gf of the time and it was amazingly accurate. There really do seem to be common characteristics.…
Couple of shots I took earlier:
Idea is that the first is the standard shot people know but the second is when you pull back for the overview. Here are two more:
This has many sources. Go to Google Earth:
The point was made to the authorities apparently and it was repaired.…
“Operator, my broadband is down”
“Well yes sir … you see, the reason is that the balloon floated away … however, the upside is that if you were in Tibet you’d be getting a great signal …”
At the outer perimeter, near the field on the left, is a political space which has been handled so badly by the shrill and the careless on fact checking, the lurid colour brigade.
Pity because often there really is fire where there is smoke and sometime later, things emerge. One example was HAARP, another was Woodpecker, the Russian version. Another was Aum Shinrikyo and their Western Australian earthquake creating [not to mention sarin attacks].
Now another is about a strange day the BBC told the truth, in 2001. IPJ says:
An interesting BBC Radio 4 documentary about weather manipulation and cloud seeding in UK.
The RAF called it “Operation Witch Doctor”, revealed after dreadful floods in Lynmouth.
‘The Day We Made It Rain’
The UK faces fines of up to £300m a year and embarrassing court appearances after the European commission launched legal proceedings against it for failing to reduce “excessive” levels of nitrogen dioxide (NO2) air pollution from traffic?