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This week on The Gralien Report Micah, Matt and Hobbo are on guard against catastrophe and cataclysms, as we report for the second week in a row about tsunami warnings in the Pacific, as well as why scientists want to preemptively attempt to move an asteroid, in case we’re ever in a position where learning to do so successfully might save life on Earth. We also take a look at a very strange story that involves sunken WWII vessels disappearing from the bottom of the ocean… who, and what technology, could have done this and gone unnoticed?
During the second hour of the program, we examine the unusual history of anomalies associated not only with our own moon, but the search for a second moon orbiting the Earth. On a number of occasions, astronomers throughout the decades have believed that additional objects in our planet’s orbit were discovered, though proof of these claims has generally fallen short. Finally, in our search for hypothetical moons, we also discuss the notion of an “evil brother” to our Sun, referred to over the years as “Nemesis”, which some have speculated could be linked to cycles of cataclysms on Earth.
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One Reply to “TGR 11.21.16. The Cycles of Earth Cataclysms”
I am a longtime listener from the UK.
In 2013 I was the Police liaison officer for the Bilderberg conference held in the U.K. Just outside London. My role was to engage with a number of groups who wished to make their presence known and ensure that happened peacefully.
I was given the job of speaking with Alex, certainly after seeing his interview over gun control with Piers Morgan I was a bit wary.
I met up with Alex and some of his colleagues in a hotel over a dinner. I have to say he was intelligent, charming and good company. We talked about all sorts of stuff and I have to say I got on with him very well. There was none of the TV persona and he was throughly decent.
Come the day of the conference Alex was in full ‘Alex mode’ atop a canal boat shouting through a bullhorn. Which I have to say was very amusing. Alex has a lot of followers and they clearly expect a performance when he’s about.
Here is a YouTube clip of him interviewing me outside the conference and trying to give me a hard time!
Love the show, I take it as read you will be auditioning for the role as the next Dr when Peter Capaldi regenerates?
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