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Jesse Ventura & Dr. Steven Greer - Secret Gov’t Space Program, UFOs.

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California Overdue for a Major Earthquake
California earthquakes are a geologic inevitability. The state straddles the North American and Pacific tectonic plates and is crisscrossed by the San Andreas and other active fault systems. The magnitude 7.9 earthquake that struck off Alaska's Kodiak Island on Jan. 23, 2018 was just the latest reminder of major seismic activity along the Pacific Rim. Tragic quakes that occurred in 2017 near the Iran-Iraq border and in central Mexico, with magnitudes of 7.3 and 7.1, respectively, are well within the range of earthquake sizes that have a high likelihood of occurring in highly populated parts of California during the next few decades. The earthquake situation in California is actually more dire than people who aren't seismologists like myself may realize. Although many Californians can recount experiencing an earthquake, most have never personally experienced a strong one. For major events, with magnitudes of 7 or greater, California is …

PLANET X NEWS LIVE STREAM 1/30/18 (prerecorded)

First snow in 50 years hits southern Morocco, exceptional snowfall paralyzes the country
Following unprecedented road conditions across Morocco on January 20, 2018, when 5 000 km (3 100 miles) of roads were closed due to what authorities described as 'exceptional' snowfall, heavy snow arrived in the country's southern regions on January 29, for the first time in 50 years. To address the unprecedented road conditions earlier this month, the Moroccan Ministry of Equipment, Transport, and Logistics mobilized 117 snow plows, acknowledging that the blockages disproportionally affected rural areas and promising huge investment in rural roads. The minister also made a public reminder that, before getting behind the wheel, Moroccans can use the application “MaRoute” to access the most recent information about the state of the roads across the country, the Morocco World News reported. As if that wasn't enough, an unusually heavy snowfall started affecting Morocco's southern…
FRANCE'S River Seine finally reaches peak Flood Stage in Paris
The swollen Seine peaked Monday at more than four meters above its normal level, leaving a lengthy mop-up job for Parisians after days of rising waters that have put the soggy city on alert. The river rose to 5.85 meters (19.2 feet) early Monday, causing continued headaches for commuters as well as people living near its overflowing banks.
The Vigicrues flooding watchdog said the river would stay at its current level throughout the day before beginning to recede Tuesday.
"It's been a gradual rise, so you can't really call it a 'peak' -- we prefer to say it has plateaued," said Rachel Puechberty, a spokeswoman for the
Light rain is forecast for Monday but it is not expected to push the Seine higher, though water levels are likely to stay high for at least a week,
Puechberty said.
Around 1,500 people have been evacuated from their homes in the greater Paris region, according to police, w…
Atmospheric river soaking B.C., mudslide and flood risk high
Monday, January 29, 2018, 10:41 AM - Steady rain and high elevation snow will continue through Monday in British Columbia, as a Pacific low lingers off the coast of British Columbia into Tuesday, setting up an atmospheric river directly pointed at the south coast. Aside from high elevation snow, the heavy rainfall for Vancouver Island and the lower mainland has raised the risk of mudslides and flooding. The B.C. River Forecast Centre has issued a flood watch for eastern Vancouver Island, and a high streamflow advisory for much of the rest of the island, as well as the south and central coast. In terms of rainfall, rain will continue for the southern coast Monday, with moisture sinking south and the steady rain ending later tonight.

Let’s talk about the USGS and Earthquake Lies and Deception
Does USGS downgrade size/number of quakes?Shouldn’t reports from the epicenter rule?Could a hurricane on the East Coast light up seismometers across the USA?Why do so-called “experts” try to explain away what we see with our own eyes?Could TPTB be hiding something BIG from the public? The-powers-that-be (TPTB) and USGS have been dumbing-down the number and magnitude of earthquakes for quite some time now. Why would they do that? Perhaps so . . . Statistics generated don’t show a rise in number and intensity of earthquakes, for example, a 7.1 pushed down under 7.0, falls in the lower category.TPTB can hold onto power and control and maintain the status quo.The public – workers and taxpayers –  won’t panic and run away to safe locations.Perhaps all of the above and more . . . Increasingly prevalent earthquakes and quake swarms are not easy to explain away, But, the Planet X (Nibiru) caused “Earth Wobble” is intensifying, so what a…
The Antartica Pyramids Could Change How We View History

Nasa begins testing of its Probe that will 'Touch the Sun'
Nasa has begun testing its new probe that will 'touch the sun' when it launches into space this summer. 
Dubbed the Parker Solar Probe (PSP), the 430,000mph (692,000km/h) craft will collect vital information about the life of stars and their weather events.
This will help scientists improve how we predict dangerous solar flares, which can disrupt satellites and power supplies here on Earth.

Experts from Nasa's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland lowered the PSP into a 40 foot (12 meters) tall thermal vacuum chamber.
The chamber simulates the harsh conditions that the spacecraft will experience on its journey through space, including near-vacuum conditions and severe hot and cold temperatures.
The spacecraft will remain in the chamber for about seven weeks, coming out in mid-March for final tests and packing before heading to Florida, where it's scheduled to launch in July 2018 aboard a Delta IV…
UNDERSTANDING OUR SUN Our solar system is composed of the Sun and all things which orbit around it: the Earth, the other eight planets, asteroids, and comets. However, since it is by far the closest star to the Earth, it looks bigger and brighter in our sky than any other star. With a diameter of about 1.4 million kilometer s (860,000 miles), it would take 110 Earths strung together to be as long as the diameter of the Sun.The Sun is mostly made up of hydrogen (about 92.1% of the number of atoms, 75% of the mass). Helium can also be found in the Sun (7.8% of the number of atoms and 25% of the mass). The other 0.1% is made up of heavier elements, mainly carbon, nitrogen, oxygen, neon, magnesium, silicon, and iron. The Sun is neither a solid nor a gas but is actually plasma. This plasma is tenuous and gaseous near the surface but gets denser down towards the Sun’s fusion core. Stars like the Sunshine for nine to ten billion years. The Sun is about 4.5 billion years old, judging by the ag…