Beam me up to Planet X, Scotty!
I remember watching a Star Trek series, how they have to save a couple of whales, otherwise Earth will be destroyed, so they go back in time and come down to Earth. They needed to make some heavy-duty clear tanks to house the whales so they can put them in the ocean. They go to the 20th century to this factory on Earth and speak with the head guy and told him what they needed. Well, they had no money so Scotty said that he would give him a formula in exchange for the tanks. I forget what the formula was for but the guy looked at Scotty with amazement and said that it was impossible. So Scotty asked for a computer and started to speak to it like they do on the Enterprise and of course there was no response, so he had to type the formula on the keyboard.
When I first watched that, I thought that speaking to a computer would be neat but far-fetched. Well, we can do that now with a smartphone and a female voice responds. So what we thought was so far-fetched has become reality.
I am sure the technology we have now that is not shared would probably blow us away. Imagine what we have learned at Area 51 from captured spacecraft. Imagine building a stargate and traveling the universe, meeting all sorts of different races and sharing knowledge. According to some, that has already happened. I sure would love to take that trip. This page makes for a great read; it talks about the Anunnaki and mining gold.
I can remember back just before I came to Canada, if my memory serves me well, an individual invented a carburetor that would give you 100 miles to the gallon, which seemed incredible; however, the patent was bought out by an oil company and shelved, never to be revealed. This just goes to show you the greed of the powerful.
I wonder just how close they are to mass-producing robots like the 2004 I, Robot movie starring Will Smith — another sci-fi that may become reality. (I’ll bet they wouldn’t be bulletproof.)
They have drones now that can identify and target people. Now that would be a bit more scary but, again, I don’t think they are bulletproof.
I am sitting at home on the back deck, having a beer and writing this article, and it is warm and sunny with some clouds; it is even hard for me to imagine that this could all change so suddenly. Birds are singing, people are out tending to their gardens, completely oblivious as to what is about to happen. I have been telling many people about what I am doing, which is writing these articles, but it just seems like the penny just has not dropped. This gives me a certain level of frustration, as I am sure some of you have experienced the same thing. I’d love to read some of your stories in the forum or, if I am lucky, one of you will post a video of Planet X rising with the sun.
So what I do while I am relaxing is find articles that I think that you the reader might be interested in hearing or I will research the planets like I have done previously; this is so I can put more pieces of the puzzle together and help awaken you or tip your scales into the believability of the pending doom. I try very hard not to write at you but instead to write to you and try and make it a little more personable. I hope that is preferable to you all.
Not only have I surprised myself with the number of articles I have written but I think that I have surprised PlanetXnews.com; lots of good support there.
Why did I choose them to write for? Well, I just went onto the site one day and they were asking for writers, so I told them I could maybe write a couple, so I signed up as a guest writer. I am sure they could use more writers, so get those fingers punching the keyboard and send something in. I like this site because it is an open and honest site and does not seem to publish outlandish information, so I think I will stick with them.
Why am I telling this to you? Well, I think it is important that when you get to this site, you, as I would, like to get some honest information, as well as see how we can view things from a different perspective. If I recommend another article from another site it is because I think it has some merit. I can’t always be right but I endeavor to be.
I was up before the sun rose, so I waited to see if I could see Planet X come up with the sun while looking through my welding lens but, alas, nothing. I wonder if the welding lens just doesn’t cut it. Is there anybody out there who can suggest using something else, as the glare of the sun could be drowning out the red Planet X. I need something that won’t cost a lot of money. Not sure how expensive infrared red lenses are, so if you have suggestions, I would love for someone to write me on the forum.
Stay safe. DDD signing off.
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