Global Skywatch

Law Enforcement Against Prohibition

showtime vs realtime

Mainstream media and ghosts of presidencies past are scurrying into dark corners hoping the “Uranium One” scandal will blow over. Many of us are rooting for it to blow up on the Teflon Couple and their slimy co-conspirators. They fear Trump for good reason. He has not run cover for them the way all recent presidents did for their crime family. BUT he did bow down to what I guess was some powerful threats and fill top level administration positions with the same banksters and military-industrial-complex leaders on the same team as Bush-Clinton-Obama. It is an interesting show. I won’t be surprised if the storm blows over with the criminals unscathed, but I cannot help hope for a modicum of […]

Facespook!

Social media giant becomes arm of US intel by Finian Cunningham Facebook, the world’s top social media platform, is reportedly seeking to hire hundreds of employees with US national security clearance licenses. Purportedly with the aim of weeding out “fake news” and “foreign meddling” in elections. If that plan, reported by Bloomberg, sounds sinister, that’s because it is. For what it means is that people who share the same worldview as US intelligence agencies, the agencies who formulate classified information, will have a direct bearing on what millions of consumers on Facebook are permitted to access. It’s as close to outright US government censorship on the internet as one can dare to imagine, and this on a nominally independent global […]

turning points

My first-born’s upcoming birthday inspired my pondering of where I was at his age, and where I went from there. In the photo to the right I am standing in my seven foot tall cover crop of oats, bell beans and vetch. I began studying agriculture in college earlier, fortunately running across Bob Cannard before I wasted a ton of time becoming mal-educated by the reigning ‘conventional ag’. I was about five years into learning how to work WITH nature, listen to her, help her, and subtly discovering that the dominant school of thought was just flat WRONG in the agricultural realm. The Bob Cannard school of thought has many names, but its successes are irrefutable. We can, and […]

snowing

Quite early this season was a snowfall of fat flakes inspiring me to try a video capturing it. I think you can get the impression from this 6-second clip. Oct 12 snowing from Ted Dunlap on Vimeo. I had to click on the Oct 12 Snowing link to play it. You shouldn’t, but that is how it worked for me at the time of posting.

clear with 100% chance of chemtrails

A squadron of spray planes painted our otherwise clear blue sky. Does the EPA know what they are up to? Where is public safety on this stuff? They don’t even acknowledge it, though the program is public knowledge. This are photos I took this morning.

47 computer and laser years

I was a US Air Force computer operator in 1970, running state-of-the-art commercial computers at a time most people had never seen any computer and had no idea what they did or how. The picture on the right has mostly peripheral equipment with the RCA 301 computer being the big box in the center against the wall. In the systems that I operated, that box had 17K (17,000 characters) of core storage. By comparison, today you can buy an Arduino Micro with 32K (about double) of flash memory and A BUNCH MORE computing power for $19.80 … or about $1.80 in 1970 dollars. Yesterday I posted computers circa 1970 because at the same time I was an Air Force computer […]

first see

I mean really see. Accept what your eyes are telling you. Do not let unacceptable answers to “how?” and “why?” prevent your mind from absorbing what you can see with your own eyes. That’s impossible. Nobody would do that. Therefore I cannot believe what I am seeing. Therefore it did not happen. I must move to other topics. This one is uncomfortable. These are all normal human action/reaction. Chalk it up to “Life is mysterious” or something like that, then erase the discomforting evidence from your mind. But something strange happened in Santa Rosa last week. I shared a great video in my article here: Santa Rosa firestorm Then there is this video: Drone footage of fire damage in Santa […]

computers circa 1970

Given the choice between kill (people I did not know and certainly did not hate) or be killed in the jungles of Vietnam, I enlisted in the US Air Force. In retrospect, I helped with a lot of killing, but I didn’t mean nuthin’ by it. I spent the working part of my 4-year enlistment as a computer operator, and most of that running an RCA 301. Computer operators read the lights, and wrote our instructions to the lights. Milly was the master I learned from, and I ended up exceeding her. I was a geek before geeks were invented. This miraculous machine that could process data at light speed had gen-u-ine Core Storage of 17K – 17,000 bits of […]

Santa Rosa firestorm

This was a strange one. For a century, one house could burn to the ground while those on either side were saved by firefighters. The Santa Rosa firestorm was somehow different. I would have scoffed at someone suggesting I should evacuate my city-lot home because there was a fire miles away. That is simply NOT A THREAT. But I would have been wrong. How many people perished in those fires because they were students of history and widely known fire science instead of obeyers of orders from higher authorities? But this one was different. Freaky-different. Glass melted. Aluminum melted. Steel melted. Cultured stone melted. GONE. Appliances are gone. Every dang entire house turned to ash. That simply does not happen. […]