Cause of Burning Hole in Midway, Arkansas remains a mystery

MIDWAY, Ark. - It was an unusual call for the Midway Volunteer Fire Department. A volleyball-sized hole was burning, with flames shooting out of it off Highway 5 South in Midway. Fire Chief Don Tucker said, "A fire was burning roughly two feet in diameter, eight feet tall. And it burned for approximately 40 minutes." The homeowner who lives nearby said he came outside Monday morning to flames shooting from the hole up to the man's nose on this billboard. Now county leaders are trying to figure out how the phenomenon started. Baxter County Judge Mickey Pendergrass said, "We don't believe that the devil showed up, or the meteorites landed, or the big booms happened." But the burning question is what caused the hole and the flames? Pendergrass said, "We have contacted every utility company that is in the area. And we know for a fact now that they have lost no service they have nothing there. So t…
Child pornography reason behind Sunspot Observatory closure, according to court documents
A federal search warrant reveals that Sunspot Solar Observatory was shut down as FBI agents conducted computer forensic searches for child pornography. The source of child pornography was traced to an IP address used at the observatory and a source within the building observed a computer with "not good" images on it, the warrant states. An investigation by the FBI revealed that a janitor is the main suspect in the search, however, he has not been charged with a crime even though his name in on the warrant. The warrant states the suspect would use the observatory Wifi and a personal laptop to download the child pornography.  A limited number of people have access to the observatory from dusk until dawn, which helped narrow their search. The observatory in the mountains of southern New Mexico had been closed since Sept. 6 because of an undisclosed security concern but reopened on Monday.
New Discoveries Clearly Show The Invasion of Our Sun by Stellar Objects Know as Planet X In August and September, I was able to capture multiple objects orbiting our Sun. We refer to these objects as Planet X or Stellar Cores. Regardless of their given names, they are interacting with our Sun and creating massive amounts of cosmic radiation as well as an extended Magnetic Field which in turn affects our Magnetosphere. During this long-term interaction with our Sun, our Sun will become weaker. This process has already begun and there is nothing that we can do about it! The effects of this have already caused our North Pole to undergo significant ice melt. Most of the ancient ice is now gone and has been flowing into our oceans disrupting the salinity and that disrupts our weather patterns, specifically our Jet Stream. The world governments are trying very hard to disguise this as Global Warming, but that is not what is happening. I urge each and every one of you to please start pay…
U.S. EPA Scientist Fired For Trying To Tell The Truth About Climate Engineering And Fluoridated Water
The public has been trained and conditioned to believe that federal agencies like the EPA exist to watch over them and warn them of any potential dangers. This notion could not be further from the truth. Though there are honest and caring people within these agencies (like the scientist who has drafted the statement below), the institutions as a whole exist to hide threats from the population, not to disclose them. The majority of the public continues to convince themselves that if there was really anything they should be concerned about, someone, somewhere, in some federal public protection agency would tell them. The statement below should be a sobering wake-up call for us all. It is yet another confirmation of all that has been stated above. From global geoengineering to Fukushima, to toxic fluoridated water and lethal vaccinations, the public health and the health of our biosphere…
Sunspot Solar Observatory to reopen Monday morning 9/17/18 after FBI investigation
SUNSPOT, N.M. - The solar observatory located in Sunspot, N.M. that was closed for safety reasons is scheduled to reopen after it was shut down while the FBI investigated the area. 

According to a release by the Association of Universities for Research in Astronomy (AURA), the observatory will reopen Monday after criminal activity was reported at Sacramento Peak.  The release also stated that the investigation involved a suspect who AURA officials believed posed a threat to the safety of staff and residents that live nearby.  AURA has not released the current status of the suspect or any information involving the suspect.   ABC-7 learned the observatory had closed on Sept. 6 and that staff and some residents in the area were forced to evacuate.     According to AURA, they did not release any information about the closure because of the potential of alerting the suspect and impede the law enforcement inve…
Hong Kong Crushed by Typhoon Mangkhut, Death Toll rises to 36
Hong Kong and southern China under red alert as biggest storm of the year makes landfall near Macau.

Hong Kong and southern China braced on Sunday as strong winds and heavy rain from Typhoon Mangkhut lashed the densely populated coast, a day after the biggest storm of the year left at least 36 dead in the northern Philippines, with dozens of others missing.  Nearly half a million people had been evacuated from seven cities in Guangdong province of China, and the Hong Kong Observatory warned people to stay away from the Victoria Harbour landmark, where storm surges battered the waterfront reinforced with sandbags. Mangkhut made landfall in Guangdong on Sunday. The national meteorological center said southern China "will face a severe test caused by wind and rain" and urged officials to prepare for possible disasters. On Sunday morning, the typhoon packed sustained winds of 155 kilometers an hour and gusts of up to 1…