Archive for the ‘Disclosure’ Category

More PROVEN human destruction of nature

March 13, 2018

Poaching and habitat loss have reduced forest elephant populations in Central Africa by 63 percent since 2001.

This widespread killing poses dire consequences not only for the species itself but also for the region’s forests, a new Duke University study finds.

“Without intervention to stop poaching, as much as 96 percent of Central Africa’s forests will undergo major changes in tree-species composition and structure as local populations of are extirpated and surviving populations are crowded into ever-smaller remnants,” said John Poulsen, assistant professor of tropical ecology at Duke’s Nicholas School of the Environment.

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Cattle ranching, agriculture and other human activities are breaking up Costa Rican forests into isolated patchy fragments, but causing more problems for native plant populations than for monkey species sharing the same habitat.

A study published in the journal Primates shows that while plants growing near the edges of cleared regions are negatively impacted by human activity, sharing the same habitat do not fare as poorly.

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Human encroachment is the leading cause of death among Ontario’s at-risk birds of prey, according to a first-ever University of Guelph study.

“The most common cause of was from trauma, which often included colliding with a vehicle or flying into stationary objects, such as buildings,” said Nemeth. “The second most common cause was emaciation, which often occurs when the landscape changes in a way that hinders them from successfully hunting and finding shelter.”

This was the first study to examine the most common causes of death in raptors in Ontario.

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Scientists are Clueless – MH

March 8, 2018

10:32 PM Norbert Schneider​  “It is important to spread the spiritual teachings but spiritual progress is dependent on the growth of each individual. That requires action besides just hearing about the truth.”

Catch Michael Horn’s 18th live show with guests here:
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Damn Dams risk fish extinction in U.S.

February 9, 2018

Dams drive local extinction risk of native fish in the southern United States, according to a study by Florida International University.

The high number of dams built close to each other in the southeast significantly limits where fish can move throughout their lives, driving the risk of extinction for native fish in some areas, according to a study led by FIU ecologist John Kominoski. In the southwest, dams and climate change interact to drive the risk of native fish extinction in some areas. …The restriction of water flows in rivers and streams is proving to be a real problem for fish.

The southern U.S. has experienced unprecedented population growth driving up water demands.

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Planets possibly discovered outside of our Galaxy

February 4, 2018

Until this study, there has been no evidence of planets in other galaxies.  This is the first time anyone has discovered planets outside our galaxy.


A University of Oklahoma astrophysics team has discovered for the first time a population of planets beyond the Milky Way galaxy. Using microlensing—an astronomical phenomenon and the only known method capable of discovering planets at truly great distances from the Earth among other detection techniques—OU researchers were able to detect objects in extragalactic galaxies that range from the mass of the Moon to the mass of Jupiter.  This galaxy is located 3.8 billion light years away.

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X Files 2018 episode AGAIN has 3 Meier beamship films

January 19, 2018

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More in your face disclosure that all the FRAUDS- OLD AND NEW- FAIL to SEE, because they do not want to find the TRUTH.  Frauds like Salla, Howe, Greer, Gilliland, Wilcock, Goode, DeLonge, Deschamps, Sather, and Yanaros are clueless or complicit in the coverup.

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Names of most recent E.T. visitors

January 16, 2018

Latest visitors to the SSSC, continuing contact with the Ban Srut on Earth:

recent visitors to SSSC



Salmon and Orcas sick of Man Made Pesticides

January 13, 2018

US review shows pesticides harm threatened salmon, whales

Federal scientists have determined that a family of widely used pesticides poses a threat to dozens of endangered and threatened species, including Pacific salmon, Atlantic sturgeon and Puget Sound orcas.

The National Marine Fisheries Service issued its new biological opinion on three organophosphate pesticides—chlorpyrifos, diazinon and malathion—after a yearslong court fight by environmental groups. At the urging of pesticide manufacturers, the Trump administration had sought a two-year delay of a court-ordered deadline to issue the findings by the end of 2017, but it was unsuccessful.

The exhaustive 3,700-page federal review , dated Dec. 29, concludes that chlorpyrifos and malathion jeopardize 38 out of the 77 species under the jurisdiction of the fisheries service and that diazinon was found to jeopardize 25 of the listed species.

Organophosphorus gas was originally developed as a chemical weapon before World War II. Dow Chemical, based in Midland, Michigan, has been selling chlorpyrifos for spraying on citrus fruits, apples, cherries and other crops since the 1960s. It is among the most widely used agricultural pesticides in the United States, with Dow selling about 5 million pounds (2.3 million kilograms) domestically each year.

Studies have shown for years that even low levels of pesticides running off into streams and rivers can impair the growth, swimming ability and reproductive systems of salmon. Potentially harmful levels of the toxins then build up in the bodies of orcas, also known as killer whales, that eat salmon.

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“Salmon have been waiting four decades for relief from toxic pesticides in many of our rivers,” said Glen Spain, the northwest regional director of the Pacific Coast Federation of Fishermen’s Associations. “The agencies should do their job.”

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Areas of No Oxygen in Ocean Waters

January 5, 2018

In the past 50 years, the amount of water in the open ocean with zero oxygen has gone up more than fourfold. In coastal water bodies, including estuaries and seas, low-oxygen sites have increased more than 10-fold since 1950. Scientists expect oxygen to continue dropping even outside these zones as Earth warms.

“Oxygen is fundamental to life in the oceans,” said Denise Breitburg, lead author and marine ecologist with the Smithsonian Environmental Research Center. “The decline in ocean oxygen ranks among the most serious effects of human activities on the Earth’s environment.”

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Kepler Exo Planet Count

December 30, 2017

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December 25, 2017

On April 26, 1990, the Plejaran Jshwish Ptaah gave the following, yet unofficial, explanation regarding a fighter plane crash with a UFO. The collision took place on December 2, 1970, along the North Vietnam and Laos border. The unfortunate accident involved U.S. Air Force Lieutenant-Colonel Anthony Shine, a 33 year old American fighter pilot, and occurred when Shine’s plane entered into the material-deflecting, protective shield of an extraterrestrial flying device from Ursan as he manoeuvered in dense clouds. The Ursans belong to the Plejaran confederation and were, at the time, on a monitoring flight in that region, where they were observing the war stratagems. Due to their flying craft’s material-deflection shield and their related invisibility, the Ursans presumed themselves to be in a safe location, particularly because this material deflection belt causes any solid or ray-like matter to deflect from it, and its range was effective over an area of several hundred meters. The UFO crew members noticed the fast-flying American fighter plane, but when the plane suddenly went into a rapid, steep climb into the clouds, it entered the deflection shield area and touched it with its right wing tip, which was shattered by the impact. The entire wing became deformed and rendered the plane’s steering capability useless. The aircraft veered sideways and ultimately crashed. The pilot ejected to safety, assuming he had been shot at and hit by enemy ground defense. The Ursans observed Anthony Shine as he floated to the ground by his parachute; unfortunately, he was then captured and held prisoner by the [North Vietnamese] enemy.