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“The REAL 2022 … ‘October Surprise?’” Guest Page Fast links to Items: Richard  –  Georgia  –  Barbara Fast links to Bios:  Georgia  –  Barbara  –  Stephen   Support The Other Side of Midnight! “The REAL 2022 … ‘October Surprise?’” A few days ago, former CNN correspondent Bryce Zabel predicted “a major October development” in the rapidly (but quietly) moving “UFO/UAP political situation” in Washington DC … culminating, by law, eight days BEFORE the 2022 Mid-term election!   “In U.S. politics [Zabel wrote], an “October Surprise” is a news event that may influence the outcome of an upcoming November election …; thus, relatively last-minute news stories could either change the course of an election or reinforce the inevitable ….   Like — the sudden news swirling around the shocking physical attack two days ago on the husband (Paul Pelosi) of the current Democratic Speaker of the US House of Representatives, Nancy Pelosi.  […]

Guest Page Fast links to Items: Richard  –  Andrew Fast links to Bios:   Ron  –  Ruggero  –  Andrew  –  Kynthea  –  Keith  –  Robert   Support The Other Side of Midnight! “Unknown ship, sir, hanging half-a-mile off the port bow!” The Continuing Saga of the DART Asteroid Impact Mission …. As the title of tonight’s show strongly “suggests”: NASA did NOT just “hit an asteroid” two weeks ago — with its DART (Double Asteoid Redirection Test) Mission. They hit a genuine Ancient Solar System Spaceship! And– We can PROVE it. The immense number of questions this human-initiated “Startling Cosmic Event” clearly opens up, will definitely fill our three hours tonight … and many more …. Did the “rank and file” at NASA — all those “bubbling, cheering, congratulatory NASA scientists,” appearing at all those official NASA press conferences, post-impact … REALIZE what they have done?!: DESTROYED an ancient “solar system time-capsule,” […]

Guest Page Fast links to Items: Richard  –  Andrew  –  Robert  –  Ruggero  –  Ron  –  Jonathan Fast links to Bios:   Ron  –  Ruggero  –  Andrew  –  Kynthea  –  Keith  –  Robert  –  Jonathan   Support The Other Side of Midnight! DART and Artemis … Two NASA Missions That Will Save the World While catastrophic disasters continued to loom across the Earth this week — the devastating effects of Hurricane Ian on millions of US citizens; the bizarre sabotage of TWO Russian natural gas pipelines, preventing millions of shivering Europeans this coming Winter from receiving vital Russian energy supplies; and … Vladimir Putin’s own, increasingly shrill “nuclear threats” … over Ukraine. Millions of miles out in space … an extraordinarily POSITIVE development happened! NASA, in a dramatic “double asteroid re-direction test” (DART), shot a high-tech “bullet” over 7 million miles across the inner solar system, and– Directly clobbered a small celestial […]

Happy Birthday, Keith Morgan! The Show couldn’t go on without you!!! Guest Page Fast links to Items: Richard  –  Andrew  –  Robert  – Ruggero  –  Ron Fast links to Bios:   Ron  –  Ruggero  –  Andrew  –  Kynthea  –  Keith  –  Robert Support The Other Side of Midnight! Make No Wine Before Its Time…. “The CAPSTONE team continues work on recovery efforts [of its unmanned spacecraft currently heading to the Moon, arriving November 13] ….” “South Korea’s first robotic lunar orbiter, named ‘Danuri,’ is looping back to the Moon … after successfully conducting a critical trajectory correction maneuver Sept. 2 ….” CAPSTONE (“Cislunar Autonomous Positioning System Technology Operations and Navigation Experiment”) is in trouble: at the end of its third pre-planned mid-course correction burn last week (Sept 8), “something” went radically wrong– And the microwave-sized spacecraft began tumbling wildly enroute to lunar orbit. The third unmanned lunar launch attempt — the 5-year […]

  Guest Page Fast links to Items: Richard  Fast links to Bios:   Richard  Support The Other Side of Midnight! They’re going for a SECOND launch attempt for Artemis-I THIS coming Saturday afternoon — September 3. “T-30 minutes … and counting ….” This afternoon (as this is being written …), at 2:17 PM Eastern Daylight Time, NASA is going to try again — for the second time this week — to launch the first unmanned mission of the official successor to the fabled half-century-old Apollo Lunar Landing Program: Artemis-I. The new Program’s “Space Launch System” carrier rocket, and its soon-to-be crewed state-of-the-art interplanetary human spacecraft — named fittingly “Orion” — is planned to fly a rigorous, six-week “wring out all the systems” orbital mission to and from the Moon …. The successful launch of Artemis-I — named deliberately in honor of the ancient Greek “goddess of the Moon,” twin sister of Apollo […]