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Today's Highlights:

  • New threat:  New research center to fight misinformation with justice, facts, truth and accuracy
  • Almost record for our spotless sun
  • Shocking visual landslide tool released
  • Nucleation (particles of all kinds) cause 71% increase of precipitation
  • 18000 year old dog

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Tomorrow is a historical convergence day.  Things such as the 2020 Magnetic Excursion, food control reports, and the You Tube policy change. All this during a flat-line or near flat-line Kp where any can happen.   It will be an interesting day.

Weather and Space Weather

ONE WEEK FROM A SPACE AGE RECORD: 2019 is about to set a Space Age record. So far this year, the sun has been blank (no sunspots) for 261 days, including the last 24 days in a row. If the streak continues for only seven more days, 2019 will break the Space Age record for spotless suns. 

The previous record-holder is the year 2008, when the sun was blank for 268 out of 365 days, making the Solar Minimum of 2008-2009 the deepest of the Space Age. Next weekend, barring a sudden profusion of sunspots, 2019 will move into first place.

Solar Minimum is a normal part of the 11-year sunspot cycle. The past two (2008-2009 and 2018-2019) have been long and deep, making them "century-class" Minima. To find a year with more blank suns, you have to go back to 1913, which had 311 spotless days.


Space weather does not only harm human health and triggers earth changes, but the global financial markets must bend to this force of God

Space Weather Dashboard


New Research Center Will Fight Misinformation

On 3 December, the University of Washington launched the Center for an Informed Public (CIP). The CIP, an interdisciplinary center housed in UW’s Information School, will use applied research to engage with the public through community partners such as libraries to confront the misinformation epidemic. “If we care about common goals — things like safe communities, justice, and equal opportunity, — we have to care also about facts, truth, and accuracy,” UW President Ana Mari Cauce said. “Misinformation can be weaponized. It has been weaponized to divide us and to weaken us.”

CBP Aims to Sweep US Citizens into Facial-Recognition Database (Aaron Boyd, Defense One)
A proposed rule change would no longer allow citizens and green card holders to opt-out of Customs and Border Protection’s biometrics program.


Last week I went to look for some products from around the world only to discover that in America they are no longer available.  Italy, the Middle-East, and Japan all had unique times that they exported to America.  The only options which remain to Americans for purchase are cheap products from China or Mexico or toxic products.  The days of beauty, craftsmanship, and quality have vanished. It is as if it has been determined that we will be transformed into a Third World country. Has the Lord God begun to dismantle commercial Babylon, a role the US wholeheartedly embraced? 

My Search for a Tablecloth in Damascus Shows the Ravages of Syria’s Eight-Year War

The devastated nation has lost the handiwork of its artisans, and so much more.

The request came on my last evening in Damascus. I was getting ready to go out to dinner when a friend, a journalist who used also to cover Syria, sent me a message asking to get him a tablecloth. He wanted a particular type, handcrafted with charming prints of flowers and birds, the kind available at the souvenir and handicraft stores in the old Hamidiyyeh bazaar. He didn’t want the intricate, silver-embroidered Aghabani style but rather the type stamped with block prints. “There’s something beautiful in their simplicity,” he told me. “Plus, when your friends invariably spill red wine on them, it’s not the end of the world. You can throw them in the washing machine.”  Read more


Now that most people need a passport the military may soon introduce genetic passports

Russia will begin using genetic testing to profile and assign its Soldiers’ occupations. Using their “genetic passports,” the project seeks “to find genetic predispositions among military personnel, which will allow them to be properly oriented according to military specialties,” according to Alexander Sergeyev, Chief, Russian Academy of Sciences. On the surface, this seems a natural and logical progression, given recent advances in human genetics. Since the rise of modern professional armies, nations have long sought to select and place recruits where they best fit military requirements (e.g., the tallest into elite Guards units; those with natural mechanical and mathematical aptitudes in mechanized, aviation, engineering, and artillery arms; those with extreme mental fortitude and physical endurance into special operations organizations). Per Sergeyev, “It is a question of understanding at the genetic level which is more prone to, for example, service in the fleet, who may become a paratrooper or a tankman.

Yet in the hands of an authoritarian state, the implications for genetic profiling may have far more nefarious consequences for both its citizens and ours. For ethnically diverse states, problematic minorities or dissident populations may find themselves vectored into units designated for initial combat operations – cannon fodder – under the guise of their “genetic fit.” It may also presage the development of personalized warfare agents, designed to target an enemies’ genome while proving harmless to one’s own troops. This quest to be “the best of the best of the best” is just the latest manifestation of the changing character of warfare.

Food Supply

The following is something that you will not see on mainstream media.  Forecasters are already saying next year will be as wet or wetter than last year.  Those are environmental conditions that allow fungi to prosper and are a death knell to commodity crops.

Mainstream will not cover that nucleation is causing a deluge of precipitation

What can you do to prepare for wetter springs? In many regions of the US and globally, precipitation amount and intensity have increased substantially over the past century. In the Northeast and Midwest US, precipitation has increased 37 and 71%, respectively. More precipitation coupled with increasingly variable weather elevates both crop production and environmental risk. Implementing cover crops, manure incorporation, and/or reduced tillage practices over the long-term can contribute to higher crop yield potential, lower erosion/runoff risk, improved nutrient use efficiency (NUE), and lower crop production risk. Read more

Animals or plants, most are tweaked annually.  This variety of apple stays viable for a year, kind of like McDonald's fresh fries that never decay.  And you want to eat it?

Tweaking the apples

Apple technology is making leaps toward something big — but not that Apple. A brand new apple (the fruit kind) is coming soon to a grocery store near you, reports Nina Pullano. It’s called the Cosmic Crisp, and if the farmers and researchers behind it are correct, it’s the next big thing at markets and fruit stands everywhere.  Read more Read more

Parasite Patrol

If you intend to grow your food, indoors or outdoors, you will have to spend approximately 1 hour a week dealing with new environmental conditions such as an abundance of parasites, human and insect.


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I live in a remote area, off the beaten path, so you must understand my amazement when 747 appeared several times over my area.  It was so out of place.  And yet when I travel, I am forced on to small airliners. The 747 have been commandeered for various missions, mostly earth change and environmental, other than human transport.

SOFIA Flying Observatory

SOFIA, the Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy, is a Boeing 747SP aircraft modified to carry a 2.7-meter (106-inch) reflecting telescope (with an effective diameter of 2.5 meters or 100 inches). Flying into the stratosphere at 38,000-45,000 feet puts SOFIA above 99 percent of Earth’s infrared-blocking atmosphere, allowing astronomers to study the solar system and beyond in ways that are not possible with ground-based telescopes. SOFIA is made possible through a partnership between NASA and the German Aerospace Center (DLR).

SOFIA and the Infrared Universe

SOFIA is designed to observe the infrared universe. Many objects in space emit almost all their energy at infrared wavelengths and are often invisible when observed with visible light. In other cases, celestial clouds of gas and dust block the light emitted by more distant objects, but infrared energy pierces through these clouds. In both cases, the only way to learn about these objects is to study the infrared light they emit.


During 10-hour, overnight flights, SOFIA observes the solar system and beyond at mid- and far-infrared wavelengths gathering data to study:

SOFIA's telescope instruments — cameras, spectrometers, and polarimeters — operate in the near-, mid- and far-infrared wavelengths, each suited to studying a particular phenomenon. Spectrometers spread light into its component colors, in the same way, that a prism spreads visible light into a rainbow, to reveal the chemical fingerprints of celestial molecules and atoms. Polarimeters are sensitive to the effective magnetic fields have on dust in and around celestial objects, allowing astronomers to learn how magnetic fields affect the birth of stars and other objects.  Read more Read more

Earth Changes

Landslides anyone?

The Lord said, "Go out and stand on the mountain before the Lord. Look, the Lord is ready to pass by." A very powerful wind went before the Lord, digging into the mountain and causing landslides, but the Lord was not in the wind. After the windstorm, there was an earthquake, but the Lord was not in the earthquake. 1 Kings 19

The U.S. Geological Survey today unveiled a new web-based interactive map that marks an important step toward mapping areas that could be at higher risk for future landslides. In collaboration with state geological surveys and other federal agencies, USGS has compiled much of the existing landslide data into a searchable, web-based interactive map called the U.S. Landslide Inventory Map.

Until now, no federal agency sought to undertake the monumental task of systematically cataloging landslide occurrence across the U.S. Existing digital data on landslide occurrence are held by a range of federal, state, and local government agencies and no central point of access have previously been available.


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The simulator replicates the experience of being in an earthquake

Missouri emergency management officials are buying a $200,000 machine that will simulate an earthquake to prepare residents for a big temblor in a region where one of the most powerful earthquakes east of the Rocky Mountains occurred in the 1800s.

The simulator is built inside a large cargo trailer, which has special hydraulics that shakes the vehicle violently for 5 to 10 seconds, giving the feel of an 8.0 magnitude earthquake. The inside of the simulator is decorated like a small house, to illustrate how pictures and other household items can become projectiles if not properly secured, The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported. Read more

Practical Tips

If something does not make sense, check it out! Last week I got sick for no reason, and I had not been in public.  My citrus trees needed some attention, and I decided to give them a spa day.  When I took them down, I discovered that the new plant containers that I had just purchased leaked and produced black mold, which is toxic to your body and immune system.  I cleaned up the mess and sanitized it. 

This also happened with the recent flat-line Kp days when cosmic rays flooded the atmosphere of the earth.  Many times I would find a behavior or health condition that just was not me.  When we have that kind of day, we need to learn to check the space weather to see if there is a correlation.  If you do notice it over time, you can then deal with it.   

God has placed hooks in our jaw, both His enemies and mankind, in general.  We are getting lead by the invisible. For years I have noticed all of a sudden people will get on a certain topic or use a particular word.   Cosmic rays hold sway over us, and I must consider their sweet influence over my whole being in these, the End Days:

Hear this word, you cows of Bashan on Mount Samaria, you women who oppress the poor and crush the needy, who say to your husbands, “Bring us more to drink.” The Lord GOD has sworn by His holiness: “Behold, the days are coming when you will be taken away with hooks, and your posterity with fishhooks.  You will go out through broken walls, each one straight ahead of her, and you will be cast out toward Harmon,” declares the LORD. Amos 4

The model for hooks in Holy Scripture is that the hooks are made of silver with a chapiter or headpiece of silver.  Silver is the metal representing atonement for the soul.  This is a beautiful example that there is no redemption or atonement without the shed blood of Jesus.  Nothing is coincidental in Scripture.


The merging of man and machine is a staple of sci-fi and at the heart of the philosophy of transhumanism. But interfacing our brains with computers has proven incredibly hard, despite the fact that both essentially run on electrical impulses.  Imagine, for example, if a brain injury could be repaired with a computer chip.  Read more

The Dark Psychology of Social Networks

Every communication technology brings with it different constructive and destructive effects. Jonathan Haidt and Tobias Rose-Stockwell write that it typically takes some time to find and improve the balance between these negative and positive effects. The note that as social media has aged, the initial optimism which welcomed the new technology’s introduction has been replaced by a growing awareness of the technology deleterious effects – , especially on the quality and purpose of political discussion.


The Photographer Who X-Rayed Chernobyl

How to make the invisible visible.

While living in Berlin in 2007, Brazilian artist Alice Miceli took long train rides—18 hours or more—to Belarus, then another leg, by car or train, to Chernobyl. She made this journey more than 20 times. With permission to be in Chernobyl’s Exclusion Zone before tours were available, she photographed the site using a regular camera, but also documented the area—and the legacy of the 1986 nuclear disaster there—in a different, more extraordinary way. Miceli placed radiographic film plates used for chest X-rays—specifically sensitive to radiation—wrapped in layers of industrial plastic on the ground, on windows, on trees. She wanted to make visual records of something invisible to the naked eye, namely the area’s radioactive contamination, particularly the isotope cesium 137. “It is interesting that radiation has shape,” she says. “It has a physicality. It operates at a specific frequency that can be recorded, if only we could place ourselves in a position to see it. It became clear to me that, in this case, it would be necessary to create my tools to make this happen.”  Read more


18,000-year old puppy found perfectly intact in Siberian permafrost

Researchers named it 'Drogo' which means 'wolf or dog.'

An 18,000-year old puppy was found perfectly preserved in Siberian permafrost, with fur, milk teeth, claws, and a velvety nose
An 18,000-year old puppy was found perfectly preserved in Siberian permafrost, with fur, milk teeth, claws, and a velvety nose ( Centre for Palaeogenetics via Twitter )

An ancient puppy has been discovered completely frozen and perfectly preserved in Siberian permafrost, researchers say.

The specimen was carbon dated and found to be 18,000 years old, but looks and feels like a “very recently dead animal.”  Read more

Ancient Civilizations

Infrared Reveals Egyptian Mummies’ Hidden Tattoos

The mummies of seven women found at Egypt’s Deir el-Medina site bear tattoos including crosses, baboons, and hieroglyphics

Mummy Tattoo
More than 30 tattoos are scattered across this female mummy's skin. (Anne Austin)
The ancient Egyptians were known for decorating nearly every available surface, from the walls of temples to the interiors of tombs and every square inch of statues and furniture. But recent scholarship suggests the Egyptians’ penchant for adornment didn’t end here: As Bruce Bower reports for Science News, infrared images of seven 3,000-year-old mummies have revealed an array of hidden tattoos scattered across the ancients’ bodies. Read more


Decayed Papyrus Hints that More Dead Sea Scrolls Remain

The Dead Sea Scrolls may be the most important biblical archaeological discovery of all time. The 2,000-year-old papyri, mostly fragmentary and incomplete, have provided important insights about the origins of the Bible and about the people who were its early scribes.


How Studying Bioluminescent Creatures Is Transforming Medical Science

The natural light of insects and sea creatures can help doctors illuminate H.I.V. and even kill cancer cells

Sea Fireflies
Bioluminescent "sea fireflies," a species of ostracod crustacean, covering the rocks on the coast of Okayama, Japan. (Getty Images)

When Cassius Stevani saw blue light emanating from the fallen branches in Brazil’s Atlantic Forest, he knew it couldn’t be coming from the bioluminescent mushrooms he was collecting. The University of São Paulo biochemist was working on a study of bioluminescence and photochemistry—the chemistry of light—when he and a team of researchers discovered Neoceroplatus betaryiensis, a new species of fungus gnat and the first insect in South America to emit blue light.

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Alert:  Feather Duvet Lung

Watch out for 'feather duvet lung' doctors have warned in the journal BMJ Case Reports after treating a middle-aged man with severe lung inflammation that developed soon after he bought feather-filled bedding.

The 43-year-old was referred to respiratory specialists after three months of malaise, fatigue, and increasing breathlessness, which affected the simplest of activities, such as going from room to room and walking up the stairs at home.

His symptoms worsened to the point where he could only stand or walk for a few minutes without feeling as if he were about to pass out. He was signed off work and managed to do little more than sleep all day.  Read more


Reducing Your Stress Hormones

What’s your favorite way to lower stress hormone levels?  If spending time in nature is one of them, your intuition is backed up by an ample amount of evidence.  In fact, the latest news from science says it all.

For example, a new study published in Frontiers in Psychology provides more insight into exactly what quality time in nature does to the human body. This paper, along with other research, is adding fuel the conversation that’s calling for doctors to start “prescribing” time outdoors as a healing methodology.  Read more


Anti-inflammatory effects of flavonoids. Journal of Food Chemistry

Inflammation plays a key role in diseases such as diabetes, asthma, cardiovascular diseases, and cancer. Diet can influence different stages of inflammation and can have an important impact on several inflammatory diseases. Increasing scientific evidence has shown that polyphenolic compounds, such as flavonoids, which are found in fruits, vegetables, legumes, or cocoa, can have anti-inflammatory properties. Recent studies have demonstrated that flavonoids can inhibit regulatory enzymes or transcription factors important for controlling mediators involved in inflammation. Flavonoids are also known as potent antioxidants with the potential to attenuate tissue damage or fibrosis. Consequently, numerous studies in vitro and animal models have found that flavonoids have the potential to inhibit the onset and development of inflammatory diseases. In the present review, we focused on flavonoids, the most abundant polyphenols in the diet, to give an overview of the most recent scientific knowledge about their impact on different inflammatory diseases. Read more

Last Word

Praise God!  For God is good.  Sing to His Name, for it is pleasant. For God, selected Jacob as His own, Israel as His treasure.  Psalm 136

God is good to everyone in the world, but especially to Christian.  You are a treasure and highly valued.  My mind instantly goes back to my studies of the rocks and gems of the Bible.  Most gems and rocks are created by stress and pressures.  These same stresses and pressures in our lives, while not appreciated at the time, produce a treasured spirit and soul. 

We should compose and sing sweet melodies of praise to God to describe our experience with Jesus.  These are the song of our testimony that will help us to overcome.

God Bless you from the trenches.  Be safe, everyone.



Celeste has worked as a contractor for Homeland Security and FEMA. Her training and activation's include the infamous day of 911, flood and earthquake operations, mass casualty exercises, and numerous other operations. Celeste is FEMA certified and has completed the Professional Development Emergency Management Series.

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Celeste grew up in military & governmental home with her father working for the Naval Warfare Center, and later as Assistant Director for Public Lands and Natural Resources, in both Washington State and California.

Celeste also has training and expertise in small agricultural lobbying, Integrative/Functional Medicine, asymmetrical and symmetrical warfare, and Organic Farming.

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