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Sadness 5 points ago +5 / -0

They failed to file a conflict of interest.

Then they BOTH lied under oath.

Then there's the vast sum of money extracted from who knows where, paid to a lover. It ain't private when it is public funz.

Eww, it becomes creepier. That figure under the fuschia synthetics. The tummy is hanging over the crotch. Definitely wouldn't.

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Sadness 1 point ago +1 / -0

Frankly speaking, all the best Frenchmen became Brits anyway. But then, they were descended form Norsemen. LOL

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Sadness 1 point ago +1 / -0

It's possible, I suppose. Answering for updates.

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Sadness 2 points ago +2 / -0

In a quasar there ARE two bodies. The quasar is so named because they appear to blink: there is a big star AND a Black Hole. Both of them have a centre of mass.

The blinking is caused when the star moves behind the hole, and it re-appears when the black hole slips behind the star. Of course, we cannot see the black hole, only the blinking star. This theory was explained by Carl Sagan back in the eighties.

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Sadness 2 points ago +2 / -0

17bn times that of our solar system - heh heh. Must be those darn White hats /s

Re: comms - Black holes seem to be talked about in the business world in regards to communications https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/data-analytics-doesnt-solve-internal-comms-black-hole-sean-gough

and: https://medium.com/axial-product-and-design/escaping-the-communication-black-hole-1790faae093a

Dictionary definition states that the term can be used for a deep, immeasurable space into which people or things vanish; an abyss.

Comms re: Sun are also to do with communications - but on the customer service end of things - https://medium.com/axial-product-and-design/escaping-the-communication-black-hole-1790faae093a

and https://www.lucidchart.com/blog/follow-the-sun-model

the sun is used as a strong, sanitizing dose of light to counteract the effects of a black hole that is eating up all one's resources. This is the current management theory that is consistent with Service Logic - i.e. the money a business receives is from the customer - so one's customer service must be in tip-top shape these days, to be comptetitve.

So, I think that this obviously fake space-news article LOL is warning about something (a black hole) that is swallowing the ability to do functional regular business. Something is eating at the business world. I guess it is the current war trajectory we are on. Something something, communications breakdowns causing the swallowing of suns - meaning that all their carefully planned customer service has gone out the window, into the quasar/black hole.

Remember that a quasar/blackhole has two centres that revolve around each other. So maybe they are talking about the twinned issues of Israel and Ukraine. Both cannot be financed. Meanwhile the 'customers' (soldiers ?) on the ground are getting swallowed.

Rambling, sorry.

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Sadness 5 points ago +5 / -0

Yes, much spiritual distress can come from the fear of death. Atheists, especially stress that nothing will happen, but that one's body is discarded, and disposed of, as if it is rubbish. And that in turn causes one to not care about life.

Welcome to life, fren.

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Sadness 2 points ago +2 / -0

The solar flare theory is bankrupt because the Maff (science) is off.

Solar flares are full of magnetically charged particles that take eight days to traverse the distance to Earth. So, when there are reports of flares, then expect effects a week or so later, not the same day.

Furthermore, the sunspot has to face Earth, not spew to one side.

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Sadness 2 points ago +2 / -0

My Dean was a daughter of a family that was incarcerated....a dark episode in US History.

McGovern accuses the British of killing Navalny. Ooof.

The nukes in space was comms for killing Navalny?

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Sadness 1 point ago +1 / -0

Well there was a solar flare in the last day.

Also, DTJr. has a point: if you even glance over the science, their story is complete nonsense. Primarily, the MAFF is wrong. Solar flares have a particular particle component that take EIGHT days to traverse the distance from the Sun, and hit the Earth, unlike the regular (light) waves that takes only 8 minutes. Moreover, the sunspot that generates a flare (and it's a big active one, this time) NEEDS to be Earthfacing before we feel anything EIGHT days later. Small geometric error, I am sure.

In any case, it is easy to predict a year, in which this sort of news item comes to the front pages regularly - it is at the solar Maximum that occurs every 11 years, and this year is one of those. So they figured to have a script ready for the wee Mockingbirds. So, any shenanigans involving a national outage can be planned for nicely, they thought.

Problem is: employing diversity hires to release the script when Solar flares are nooticed. They did not get the memo re: waiting a week, or reacting only when a chosen spot is facing the Earth.

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Sadness 3 points ago +3 / -0

I mean, it;s AliEnds

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Sadness 2 points ago +2 / -0

Type in Solar Flare into youtube.

Everyone talking about it. Right. Now.

My favorite, because he disspells the Global Warming myth, and the WuFlu myth + Seismic & Volcano update. Also dead-satellite tracking - it's Aliens myth-busting. Section on the relevant sun flare topic in kwestion here: https://youtu.be/sZ9jQTLD1z8?si=RsIJKXKjlhNPkKdx&t=519 Impulsive X1.9 Solar Flare & Plasma Filament - Spring Snow Forecast -Julian Assange Trial -Idiocracy

Video was posted 17hrs ago (hehe), and he predicts effects in the next 24 hours and then for a week or so (ho-ho-ho). Additional solar flares are more than likely. Comfy. Prolly more earthquakes and volcanos popping off.

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Sadness 2 points ago +2 / -0

Their identity is protected - indeed the FBI did not even interview these people.

(They didn't need to because they knew who these people were. LOL.)

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