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1- Hurricane Harvey: Live updates as storm churns over Texas
2- Navy Navigation Errors May Have Killed More Troops Than Afghanistan So Far in 2017
Allan Weiner Items: “Eye of God” – Taken from Anderson, South Carolina
Leslie Regier Items:
Tom Kaye Items:
Andrew Collin’s Items:
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Andrew Collins is a historical writer and explorer living in the United Kingdom. He is the author of more than a dozen books that challenge the way we perceive the past. They include From the Ashes of Angels (1996), which establishes that the Watchers of the book of Enoch and the Anunnaki of the Sumerian texts are the memory of a shamanic elite that catalyzed the Neolithic revolution in the Near East at the end of the last ice age; Atlantis in the Caribbean (2016), which pins down the source of Plato’s Atlantis to the Caribbean island of Cuba and the Bahaman archipelago; Tutankhamun: The Exodus Conspiracy (co-authored with Chris Ogilvie Herald, 2002), which reveals the truth behind the discovery of Tutankhamun’s famous tomb; The Cygnus Mystery (2006), which shows that the constellation of Cygnus has been universally venerated as the place of first creation and the entrance to the sky world since Paleolithic times; and LightQuest (2012), which demonstrates that UFOs are most likely plasma constructs that display sentience, clear intelligence and interactive qualities. Moreover, these mysterious light forms appear to create multi-dimensional environments and bubble universes that might well be behind the classic missing time experiences associated with UFO encounters.
In 2008 Andrew and colleague Nigel Skinner Simpson discovered a previously unrecorded cave complex beneath the pyramids of Giza, which has brought him worldwide acclaim. It is today known as Collins’ Cave, the story of which is told in his book Beneath the Pyramids (2009).
Andrew’s more recent books include Göbekli Tepe: Genesis of the Gods (2014). It reveals the role played by Göbekli Tepe in the origins of civilization, and rise of myths and legends regarding the Watchers of the book of Enoch, the Anunnaki of Mesopotamian mythology and the Garden of Eden of the book of Genesis. In 2017 his book The Cygnus Key: Göbekli Tepe and the Birth of Egypt is published. Here Andrew shows that Göbekli Tepe and the Pyramids of Giza were the products of ancient technologies and a belief in the importance in the constellation of Cygnus, the celestial swan, deriving from a previously unknown human population called the Denisovans, who thrived in the Altai-Baikal region of southern Siberia around 40,000-50,000 years ago.
Andrew Collins and Rodney Hale’s latest study of KIC 8462852:
For regular updates on the star’s light flux from Tabatha Boyajian and her team:
Astronomer Bruce Gary’s regular updates on the star’s light flux:
For chatter, discussion and news on KIC 8462852 see the star’s Reddit page:
Fredric Parker’s informative video updates on KIC 8462852’s short-term and long-term dimming:
John Michel Godier’s regular video reviews on the latest discoveries regarding Tabby’s Star:
Bruce Gary’s Items:
Bruce Gary’s Observatory: www.brucegary.net/HAO/
Daily Updates on measurements of Tabby’s Star: http://www.brucegary.net/ts/
Bruce Gary: I was born in 1939 in Ann Arbor, Michigan and grew up on a small farm nearby. By age 6, I was smitten by the stars, and astronomy became a life-long hobby. I graduated from the University of Michigan with an astronomy degree in 1961. A 2-year stint at the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory in Washington DC was followed by 2 years at Caltech’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory. I worked Briefly at Cornell University’s Arecibo Observatory in Puerto Rico, and then returned to work at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory until retirement 32 years later, in 1998.
My 38 years of employment were in several fields: radio astronomy, atmospheric boundary layer remote sensing, aviation safety and airborne atmospheric science. I have over 100 peer-reviewed publications in scientific journals, four patents and numerous awards. The highlight of my pre-retirement career is participation as a principal investigator in all of the NASA-led international campaigns of airborne studies of stratospheric ozone depletion – commonly referred to as “the ozone hole.” The airborne instrument that I developed was helpful in determining that man-made chemicals (chlorofluorocarbon, CFC) are responsible for the ozone hole. Another accomplishment during my career was the creation of an avionics instrument for warning and avoidance of “clear air turbulence,” CAT, with is described in two of my patents.
After retirement I resumed the childhood hobby of astronomy and moved to Arizona where I have constructed a 2-dome observatory in my backyard. My participation in a professional/amateur project (XO) led to co-authorship of discovery papers of five exoplanets (planets that orbit other stars.) I recently consulted as a Visiting Scholar for a university by observing a list of exoplanet candidates and dwarf eclipsing binary strs. My publication Visiting Scholar for a university by ovsering a list of exoplanet candidates and dwar eclipsing binary stars. My publication rates before and after retirement are comparable, so in effect, I haven’t retired.