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Suspenders are great. Everybody keeps telling me how dapper I look, when all I'm doing is making sure my pants don't fall down.
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A comic from 2004. Some quotes are timeless.
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Cryptic melancholy.
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https://plus.google.com/109456189513106873040 Charlie Brooks : Methinks that the average parent would score poorly in Dumb Ways To Die. https://blogs.babycenter.com...
Methinks that the average parent would score poorly in Dumb Ways To Die.
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How many dumb ways can parents get hurt?
Parenting is hazardous work. With extra human beings to account for, your brain gets less focused on your immediate safety. Combine that with a lack of sleep and the fact that a houseful of kids is extremely chaotic, and it’s a wonder that most parents don’t win up in intensive care on a regular…
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https://plus.google.com/109456189513106873040 Charlie Brooks : The deck of many things made its triumphant return in my latest Pathfinder session. https://screamsh...
The deck of many things made its triumphant return in my latest Pathfinder session.
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Gaming Stories: Return of the Deck of Many Things
For more than 15 years now, one of my main GMing strategies when I run a D&D or Pathfinder campaign has gone something like this: Give the PCs the deck of many things. Wait for them to draw fro…
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https://plus.google.com/118324055782457542925 CONSPiRACY CLASSiCS : NASA accidentally discovers the reptilians? from "ALIENS: real encounters" (2015), Chapter 8 In this...
NASA accidentally discovers the reptilians?
from "ALIENS: real encounters" (2015), Chapter 8

In this book, it was my goal not to waste your time with repeated and over-repeated stories of UFO cases. Basically, cases well known by the majority such as: Roswell, reptilians, Majestic 12 or anything unless I have reason to show you something new, something that doesn’t return one million results on google when you look for it.

Unfortunately I will have to devote a few minutes to explain what a reptilian is and how do they ‘fit’ in this chapter.

The reptilians are arguably an alien species whose goals towards mankind aren’t very benevolent, they are usually accused by authors, notably David Icke, to be a race whose goal is to control or even kill humanity but with the help of our so called ‘cosmic brothers’ the reptilians are facing difficulties.

You should just keep in mind for now that reptilians were supposed to come from the Draco constellation. At least this is what David Icke and his entourage of believers claimed many years ago in the 90s.

Whether the reptilians are good or bad I will leave this to your own judgment but my goal in this chapter is to show a very curious and interesting fact: the fact that maybe NASA accidentally discovered... the planet of the reptilians...

How has that happened? You’re asking.

Well, in 2009, NASA starts the project Kepler. Or to be more specific it started and launched the Kepler telescope. The goal of the Kepler project is to search for alien planets. The project you may be surprised isn’t anything secret but NASA are “bragging” about it almost on daily basis. You can read about the Kepler telescope, its goals and successes/failures here:

http://kepler.nasa.gov/

And yes...they do indeed look for alien planets.

The most curious case however is that in 2011 they discovered one of the alien planets most similar to earth in the Draco constellation. Recall that the reptilians are namely supposed to come from Draco as many conspiracy theorists claimed years ago, even decades prior to the Kepler launch date!

Here is quoted information about the planet discovered in the Draco constellation, from Wikipedia:

“Kepler-10c is an exoplanet orbiting the G-type star[5] Kepler-10, located around 568 light-years away in Draco. Its discovery was announced by Kepler in May 2011, although it had been seen as a planetary candidate since January 2011, when Kepler-10b was discovered. The team confirmed the observation using data from NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope and a technique called Blender that ruled out most false positives. Kepler-10c was the third transiting planet to be confirmed statistically (based on probability rather than actual observation), after Kepler-9d and Kepler-11g. The Kepler team considers the statistical method that led to the discovery of Kepler-10c as what will be necessary to confirm many planets in Kepler's field of view.[5]

Kepler-10c orbits its host star every forty-five days at a quarter of the average distance between the Sun and Earth. It has a radius more than double that of Earth, but a higher density, suggesting a mainly rocky composition with around 5–20% ices by mass.[2][5][6] For comparison, the Earth's oceans represent only 0.02% of our planet's mass,[7] with an additional amount potentially a few times this stored in the mantle.[8]”

The planet even shocked NASA. Here is quote from Nasa.gov:

“Astronomers have discovered a rocky planet that weighs 17 times as much as Earth and is more than twice as large in size. This discovery has planet formation theorists challenged to explain how such a world could have formed.

“We were very surprised when we realized what we had found,” says astronomer Xavier Dumusque of the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics (CfA), who led the analysis using data originally collected by NASA’s Kepler space telescope.

Kepler-10c, as it had been named, had a previously measured size of 2.3 times larger than Earth but its mass was not known until now. The team used the HARPS-North instrument on the Telescopio Nazionale Galileo in the Canary Islands to conduct follow-up observations to obtain a mass measurement of the rocky behemoth.

Worlds such as this were not thought possible to exist. The enormous gravitational force of such a massive body would accrete a gas envelope during formation, ballooning the planet to a gas giant the size of Neptune or even Jupiter.

However, this planet is thought to be solid, composed primarily of rock.

"Just when you think you've got it all figured out, nature gives you a huge surprise – in this case, literally," said Natalie

Batalha, Kepler mission scientist at NASA's Ames Research Center in Moffett Field, California. "Isn't science marvelous?"

And...it’s getting better actually. The constellation that borders the Draco constellation is – Lyra. You probably aren’t too shocked by this fact unless you’re a more advanced UFO researched. The Lyrans are another race that many people considered a plain science fiction when the stories of the feline-like people emerged in the early days of the internet. However namely in the Lyra constellation NASA not only discovered a strange planet but discovered arguably the best planet to date capable of hosting life (other than earth of course...).

Here is some info on this planet from the constellation Lyra:

"Astronomers have discovered what could be considered the most Earth-like planet ever found outside our Solar System.

The team used the Kepler Space Telescope to find Kepler 62f, a small rocky planet orbiting a Sun-like star in the Lyra constellation. The planet is about 1.4 times the size of Earth, and receives about half as much heat and radiation.

Kepler 62f is one of two “super-Earth” planets discovered in the star Kepler 62′s habitable zone — which means a planet is not so close that liquid water would boil of the face of the planet, and not so far away that it would be frozen. The planetary system’s other super-Earth, Kepler 62e, is 1.61 times Earth’s size and it gets about 20 percent more radiation and heat than Kepler 62f.

“The planets this small that we have found until now have been very close to their stars and much too hot to be possibly habitable,” said Eric Agol, a University of Washington associate professor of astronomy who is the second author of the paper published in Science Express.

“This is the first one Kepler has found in the habitable zone that satisfies this small size,” Agol said in a statement. “Kepler 62f is the smallest size and the most promising distance from its star, which by these measures makes it the most similar exoplanet to Earth that has been found by Kepler.”"

It’s already getting too strange to call of this consequences.

If you’re still puzzled by the flow of events, this is what happened more or less:

In the 90s many people talk about the Lyrans and Draconians as two alien races in various BBS, forums, books by contactees, etc. Ten years later, NASA launches the Kepler telescope and discovers the 2 strangest planet known to date. One of them is considered impossible to be self-sustained and the other one is considered the best possible candidate for life to be found elsewhere in the universe.

Coincidence or not it is a very strange fact indeed. Maybe if humanity one day reaches those planets we will find out.
Did NASA accidentally discover the home planet of the Alpha Draconians…
Did NASA accidentally discover the home planet of the Alpha Draconians (Reptilian master race) in 2014? See Chapter 8! (page 77)… - CONSPiRACY CLASSiCS - Google+
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Thank you Giants for ensuring that the Cowboys aren't looking at a perfect season.
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Die Hard 2: Not a great movie, but the only Die Hard sequel whose existence I'll acknowledge.
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Hey St. Albans - I'll be doing a book signing this Saturday at the Eloquent Page!
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Book Signing at the Eloquent Page!
For northern Vermonters looking to do some holiday shopping and others in the area, I’ll be at The Eloquent Page in St. Albans, Vermont this Saturday, December 17th from 12:00-4:00 PM. Stop o…
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Craig Pearson, Windsor Star reporter is signing copies of From The Vault II at INDIGO (Tecumseh) on Saturday, December 10 from 1:00-2:00 p.m.

Indigo, Chapters and Coles

From the Vault, Volume II: 1950-1980 explores what were perhaps the three most important and exciting decades of our history. Revealing how Windsor-Essex County overcame obstacles to achieve later triumphs, the book touches on the region’s Baby Boom, building craze, auto industry, labour struggles, arts and culture, immigration, black history, and more.

With a forward by The Windsor Star’s former photographer and photo editor Bill Bishop, From the Vault, Volume II illustrates the era by featuring over 1,250 iconic images, from the 1954 Centennial celebrations, Queen Elizabeth II’s visit in 1959, the Bulldogs’ Allan Cup victory in 1963, Windsor’s reaction to the 1967 Detroit Riot, the Curling Club Disaster of 1974, to the assassination of Charlie Brooks in 1977.

As Windsor-Essex’s paper of record for over 150 years, The Windsor Star remains our region’s greatest source of historical photography and eyewitness testimony. Like its predecessor, the national best-selling From the Vault, winner of the inaugural Kulisek Prize, this book—the most authoritative and beautifully produced of its kind—sets a new standard for Canadian excellence in regional history. Documenting landmark events, timeless memories, and unforgettable characters, it is a “must have” for history lovers.

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It is always amazing/frightening how easy it is to convince somebody to ignore very basic security protocols.
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https://plus.google.com/109456189513106873040 Charlie Brooks : Santa's array of superpowers puts Superman to shame. http://blogs.babycenter.com/mom_stories/7-superpowers...
Santa's array of superpowers puts Superman to shame.
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7 superpowers that parents gave to Santa
Santa Claus is a pretty powerful guy. Not only is he the ultimate moral arbiter for billions of people across the globe, but he’s developed an ever-increasing array of magical powers. He started as a Turkish monk who had a penchant for charity, and is now an immortal being with a flying sled.
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