Merging Black Holes, Antarctica Pulses, Receding Tides, Earthquakes, and Hurricanes
Merging Black Holes, Antarctica Pulses, Receding Tides, Earthquakes, and Hurricanes by Bankster Slayer – Rogue Money
“There’s this admission going on that the climate of Antarctica is changing without it being attributed to global warming.”
— Clif High, interview with Sarah Westall, August 2017
This is the continuation of our previous post [linked here] that introduced the three odd energy events that took place within three days of each other and preceded the massively destructive phase of hurricanes and earthquakes that have battered regions from southern Mexico to the Caribbean to the American coastal areas that border the Gulf of Mexico. In the previous blog we focused on the August 14th signal that was received as a leftover of a passing gravitational wave that originated 2 billion light years away.
LIGO ARTIST CONCEPTION OF TWO BLACK HOLES
ABOUT TO MERGE AND SET OFF A GRAVITATIONAL
WAVE. (IMAGE: THEVERGE.COM)
In this sequel, we will backup three days to August 11th and talk about the Antarctica Pulse event and the subsequent Disappearing Tide event at Uruguay and Brazil. Let’s dive right into the dessert first and talk about the Antarctica Pulse event.
The looping animated .gif shown below was filed in the public archives of the “Morphed Integrated Microwave Imagery at CIMSS (MIMIC)“. MIMIC data is hosted on a website that belongs to the University of Wisconsin-Madison in cooperation with NOAA and NASA [linked here]. A sponsor of this observation project is, who else? Our old friends at the Office of Naval Research. (Recall that it was the Office of Naval Intelligence that was specifically targeted by the missile, not airplane, that hit the Pentagon on 9/11. See my report “Angel Is Next“.) MIMIC keeps watch on unusual bursts of microwave radiation in the earth as part of its cyclone tracker system.
MIMIC MAP OF ANTARCTICA PULSE EVENT AUGUST 11, 2017. (CLICK HERE FOR ORIGINAL)
In the early morning of August 11, 2017, a “spray” of some kind of energy is seen pulsing off-screen from Antarctica, a continent that is conveniently omitted from the MIMIC map’s public view. To further explain what type of data is presented in these MIMIC maps, here is information about the project from Wikia.com [linked here].
The Cooperative Institute for Meteorological Satellite Studies, or CIMSS, is a cooperative institute between the University of Wisconsin-Madison, NOAA, and NASA. The CIMSS staff and scientists “conduct research using remote sensing systems for meteorological and surface-based applications.”
CIMSS incorporates products from the AMSU instrument which is installed onto multiple weather imagery satellites. AMSU detects Earth-based microwave radiation to produce helpful images that can be analyzed to examine a tropical cyclone. A type of AMSU, AMSU-A, detects energy given off by oxygen.