If you missed the UFO presentation at Theater 80 last December, you may want to check out this event. The New York Skywatch presentation will be about 40 minutes, screening the very best of daylight UFOs over New York City.
Date: Sunday, March 3, 2013
Topic: “UFO’s in the Sky’s of New York City and the World”
Program: Nick Curto, DNNY Director, will lead a group discussion as various DNNY members informally show what they have photographed or video taped in the sky’s of New York City as well as other parts of the world. Anyone who would like to present their UFO images to the group should bring either their own laptop with photos or video on it or bring a disc(s) with UFO images that we can place in a laptop or DVD player and show on a television that we will rent for the meeting. Also, if anyone has a professionally made DVD or VHS tape that has exceptional UFO images please bring them too. The group will identify and log the many different types of UFO’s that we will be seeing at the meeting. Please try to arrive at 2:50pm as we will start the meeting at 3pm sharp.
Location: The LGBT Community Center
208 West 13th Street
Check at the front desk for room number day of event.
Call 917-701-9033 or send an e-mail to:
Developing a free energy source would certainly help cure many ailments across the globe, from the pollution brought by burning fossil fuel and natural gas drilling , the global warming debacle, to wars, wmd’s and the catastrophic events that occurred on September 11, 2001. As many know, the development of free energy is at the core of all these global maladies, yet here we are in 2012, pummeled by car commercials running on fossil fuel, the internal combustion engine vehicle with plastic, metal, rubber and fiberglass shells stylized beyond imagination giving the illusion of engineering advancements. Yet still, the internal combustion engine running on gasoline or diesel, prevails – along with the layers of refinery infrastructure to support the massive extraction industry.
Joining us, is Canadian inventor and experimental scientist, John Hutchison. He’s been working with field effects for more than 3 decades. The effects from these experiments are the result of interferometery, that is, the result of interfering several beams or fields of varying frequencies of electromagnetic energy in a target zone. Remember when Dr. Wood described how her student who worked in audio design said that if you locate speakers a certain way, you may end up with dead zones where the sound is canceled or other zones where glass and china could be damaged?.
Well Dr. Wood references this concept as The Hutchison Effect. It is in fact a collection of phenomena that John Hutchison discovered in 1979 when he was making attempts to study the longitundinal waves of Nikola Tesla as well as the work of others, such as Thomas Townsend Browan etc.
Did you notice in the re-made film The Day the Earth Stood Still, that swarms of nano-plague were deployed by an alien force to destroy civilization? Not unlike Smart Dust and connections to Morgellon’s. Yet, toward the end, the main characters get nose bleeds indicating the nano-tech was beginning to devour from the inside – as Keanu, the representative, a “son” of the alien entity gives humanity another chance.
Focusing on the nano-tech part, as many already know, the US military and world government agencies continue to disperse particulates, such as aluminum coated fiberglass and who knows what else by now in millions of bundles. Check out this report titled – DOD Management Issues Related to Chaff.
“Chaff (One of the mixes of aerosolized metals and chemicals being sprayed) is composed of aluminum-coated silica glass fibers that can be spread by aircraft in flight, ships at sea, and vehicles on the ground to help them evade enemy radar. You expressed concern about DOD’s continued use of chaff for decades WITHOUT SUFFICIENT KNOWLEDGE of its long-term effects on the environment.” Read that last sentence again.
Using about 1.8 million bundles worldwide, Navy and Marine Corps aircraft used more than 354,000 bundles and 593 rolls, and Navy combat ships used about 10,000 large bundles; (3) DOD records indicate that FY 1998 inventories include more than 37 million bundles and more than 141,000 rolls of chaff.
In the 1980s, the cost of chaff was further reduced by replacing solid aluminum with hair-like silica glass fibers with a thin aluminum coating. Chaff was once produced using lead, and the Air Force still has some chaff containing lead in its inventory. NOAA officials stated that their computer programs could be modified to address chaff effects on current forecasting and data archiving systems but said these modifications would be costly.