October 17, 2017

REAL STAR WARS – BATTLE AT STARGATE SUN 2012.3 (E.T.)[Earth Time] (NASA Video) – Planet Sized UFO Review (2012.3-2013.8) + The Sun Is A Stargate

You will learn 3 things from this post:

1) March 2012 NASA Satellites recorded hundreds of Planet Sized UFO’s Around our Sun and they seemed to be in a massive fight.

2) A review of Large Planet Sized UFO’s for August 2013 “They are still here”.

3) The Sun and all Stars are Stargates.

“We are not alone and never have been”

[ MASSIVE UFO ACTIVITY AROUND SUN CAPTURED BY U.S. SATELLITES ]

This first video is absolutely incredible. There are what appear to be a couple hundred massive UFO’s meeting and battling it out around our Sun, in this March 2012 Video Footage by U.S. Satellite’s.

They are using what appear to be Laser or Particle Beam Weapons upon each other.

Of course we don’t know what they are doing in reality. They could be just talking to each other. Or this could be some kind of Massive UFO Intergalactic meeting place.

But it looks like a fight!

All these UFO’s are massive in size. Most likely 50 – 100 in diameter or more. Some say as big as Earth or bigger. The sun is massive itself. Unless these craft were very large, you would not be able to see them at all.

And some of these ‘Particle/Laser Beam Weapons’ are shot across the Sun. How many thousands of miles or longer is that.

Watch it twice and then watch and stop every few seconds, and you will not believe what you are seeing.

The “Real” Star Wars are Here in our backyard.

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ADMIN NOTE: This Video is similar to the above video except there are only 6 – 8 UFO’s present with a size estimate of Earth and larger. And these are the same size craft as in the above video.


Breaking News: NASA Finds Strange Objects Around Our Sun (part 2 of 2)

Assuming the following NASA images are real, the next 2:54 seconds is among the most important footage ever posted to the web.

In early 2010, I came across the original NASA images found in this video. But over the following weeks and months, more and more of these original images from NASA continued to reveal strange, planet size UFO objects that remained stationary around our sun.

It goes without saying that what you are about to see will either be far and beyond your belief system, or for those who are open minded are about to have their minds really opened.

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Giant UFO enters then exits the Sun

This huge object was moving away from the sun, then it takes a turn and moves into the sun, we then see a solar eruption, then the object exits the sun.

Music: Free Will by Libra
Prasadvrk channel on youtube http://www.youtube.com/user/ThePrasadvrk?blend=2&ob=5

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Amazing huge cloaked UFO next to Mercury MUST SEE!!!

Huge cloaked UFO next to Mercury on SECCHI HI1-A on 12/01/11, appears when a CME hits it. Go to SECCHI and record this before it disappears.

Here’s the link
http://secchi.nrl.navy.mil/index.php?p=js_secchi_day

A planet sized spacecraft orbiting mercury cloaking till solarflare reveals its presents

ADMIN NOTE: If you look closely at Mercury, you will notice another large Cloaked UFO on the other side of it.

Another video from NASA that actually utilized both Stereo Satellite’s spotted a third large UFO in the same area.
But that video has since been removed.

This shows that these huge UFO’s have effective ‘Cloaking Devices’, except around the Sun or Stars. The Sun’s Corona and Plasma Discharges, make the ‘Cloaks’ ineffective.

Speculation:
This could be the reason the Battle around the Sun. They can see each other in the Sun’s Corona.
Otherwise, they could be invisible to each other.

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August 9, 2013
UFOs near the Sun in the official NASA pictures – Review for August 7, 2013

Date of sighting: August 7, 2013
Location of sighting: Earths Sun

The UFO activity seems to be picking up around the sun with the news from NASA that our sun will flip its magnetic field in 1-3 months time. They say it will effect most things in the solar system to some degree, but on earth we will probably not notice it. SCW

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Review of UFOs activity around the Sun in August 4, 2013

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Giant UFOs Orbiting Ours Sun, August 4, 2013.

Date of sighting: August 4, 2013
Location of sighting: Earths Sun

There are NASA/SOHO images of the sun and as you can see, there are strange shaped objects orbiting it. These UFOs often move at incredible speeds and in straight lines. Look at the photo above and notice the shape of the UFOs you see. They have sharp edges and look block like. How long will NASA keep silent about aliens before NASA cracks wide open? Not long now. SCW

[ SOURCE: ufosightingsdaily.com ]

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STARGATE: SUN – THE SUN IS A STARGATE: All Stars Are Stargates / Highly Advanced Extraterrestrial Technology Opens Gateway Into Our Solar System (Bonus: Mayan Evidence Of A Sun Stargate)

Scientific Theory states that the Sun or Stars could Provide the Raw Power for an Intergalatic Stargate.

Recent Mayan Discoveries and NASA and other Space Agency Images now Theorize that the Sun and all Stars are Stargates to different parts of the Universe for Planet Sized…”Starships?”

These Videos were both shot in March 2012, the same month as the Massive UFO Activity around the Sun was also photographed by U.S. Satellites.

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MAR. 12: Massive TRIANGLE-SHAPED hole in the Sun’s corona recorded by NASA.

Yesterday I came across with a couple of absolutely astonishing images taken by NASA SDO spacecraft, where we see a monster hole in the Sun’s corona, with almost perfect shape of an isosceles triangle, placed EXACTLY at latitude and longitude zero and it’s still open.

Despite the lame explanations that debunkers and shills are gonna say, that is NOT an usual coronal hole and if I have to give it a shot, IMO that’s a STARGATE open by extraterrestrial technology.

http://sdo.gsfc.nasa.gov/data/
http://sdo.gsfc.nasa.gov/mission/about.php
http://solen.info/solar/images/AR_CH_20120312.jpg
http://www.swpc.noaa.gov/sxi/goes15/latest.html
http://solen.info/solar/
http://www.disclose.tv/action/viewvideo/37955/Earth_sized_Ufo_s_using_the_sun…

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Is Our Sun a MASSIVE UFO Stargate?
A MUST WATCH!!! Ancient Artifacts compared to recent solar events in 2012!!!

In November of 2011 there was a presentation by Nassim Haramein & Klaus Dona with newly discovered Ancient Artifacts, from deep inside a Mayan Pyramid in Mexico. All information will be released later this year, in a 2012 documentary titled:

“Revelations of the Mayans – 2012 and Beyond.”

However due to recent solar activity one of the artifacts has become VERY, VERY interesting!

Article – Mayan Secrets to Be Revealed by Mexican Government
in a 2012 Documentary:
http://www.reuters.com/article/2011/08/17/idUS269735214920110817

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ADMIN NOTE: This is Physicist Nassim Haramein.

All of his websites, webpages and articles/posts have been Censored from the net.

We hope this Video Presentation by him stays up for a while.

Also, a jaw dropping fact that we learn from this short video, is that;

“Most of the Satellites that Photograph the Sun, are owned by the Vatican!” WTH!

Earth Sized Ufo’s Using The Sun As A Stargate Video

Physicist Nassim Haramein talks about unlocking the truth to Sacred geometry, fractals, the Mayan calendar and 2012, Crop Circles, cabalistic traditions, chakras, Sun Gods, God. Jesus and Freemasonry (more specifically, the Knights of Templar).

Nassim Haramein’s exciting work, prepare yourself for an exhilarating odyssey into hyperspace and beyond.

Haramein, who has spent his lifetime researching fields of physics from quantum theory to relativistic equations and cosmology, will lead you along a fascinating discussion geared to a layman’s understanding of the fundamental nature of the universe and creation that includes black holes, gravitational forces, dimensions, and the very structure of space itself – all of which are integral parts of his now-complete Unified Field Theory.

Haramein’s theory is currently in peer review process for publication in physics journals; however, the presentation does not end with the introduction of his theory alone, but includes the discussion of the path that he took to arrive at his views, which weaves between the texts and monuments of ancient civilizations, biology, chemistry and the primordial role of consciousness – all of which lend further credence to the science behind the theory.

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FORD 65 MPG ECOnetic Fiesta: The 65 mpg Ford The U.S. Can’t Have – “It’s Time To Write Your Congressman Or Congresswoman And Ask Them WTH?! – T.D.P.

2014 Ford Fiesta Titanium Econetic in Depth Look

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Ford’s ECOnetic Fiesta Gets 65 MPG. You Can’t Have One.
BY BEN MACK02.10.09

The ECOnetic Fiesta that Ford sells in Europe is a sporty little five-passenger hatchback that gets 65 mpg and emits less CO2 than a Toyota Prius. It is the greenest family car sold in Britain and just the thing to boost Ford’s sales – and image – at home. But Ford has no plans to bring it to America for one simple, stupid, reason.

It’s a diesel.

The Fiesta sports a 1.6-liter turbocharged engine with direct injection. It produces just 88 horsepower, so acceleration is, shall we say, relaxed, but European customers don’t seem to mind. They’ve snapped up more than 42,000 of them since the car’s debut last fall.

But we can only look on with envy.

Diesels are huge in Europe, where they comprise about half of all cars sold. They’re slowly catching on in America as European automakers like Volkswagen and Mercedes-Benz bring them here and the IRS offers tax credits to make them more attractive. Even Japanese automakers plan to roll them out in America. But the Big Three – which make and sell diesels in Europe – have shown little interest in offering them here because they don’t think it’s economically viable. They don’t see people buying them, so they can’t see making money on them.

“We don’t have a full scale energy policy in place in the U.S. that promotes the usage of diesel fuel,” Ford spokesman Said Deep told Wired.com. “So, we will bring the Fiesta to America in the most affordable manner.”

The US-bound Fiesta will arrive in 2010 with a 1.6-liter four-cylinder gas-burning engine with fuel economy in the high 30s. Nice, but less than half what the diesel gets. It’s hard to stomach considering the ECOnetic has exploded on the EU market like a pinata full of pesos. Aside from the stellar sales figures, the car – which starts at less than $13,000 – has been lauded with awards from the likes of What Car? and CleanGreenCar.com. The Sun predicts it will be Britain’s best-selling car this year.

J.D. Power and Associates predict that diesel sales will account for as much as 14 percent of the
U.S. auto market by 2017. European automakers Mercedes-Benz and VW are leading the way with cars like the E320 Bluetec and the Jetta TDI, which was named Green Car of the Year by Green Car Journal. BMW may bring a diesel Mini to America in 2010. It helps that this new generation of clean diesel cars is eligible for a federal tax credit of $900 to $1,800.

Yet most Americans still associate diesels with 18-wheelers and buses, and taxes can make diesel as much as a dollar more a gallon than gasoline. Detroit is also committed to electric vehicles partly because American consumers don’t find diesel as sexy as hybrid or electric vehicle technology, even if diesels can deliver the same fuel economy at much lower cost.

“We have to change the perception of diesel in America and make sure it is not left out,” said Jeffrey Breneman, Executive Director of the U.S.
Coalition for Advanced Diesel Cars. “It’s here today, not tomorrow.”

Photo: Ford.

[ SOURCE: Wired ]

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The 65 mpg Ford the U.S. Can’t Have

Ford’s Fiesta ECOnetic gets an astonishing 65 mpg, but the carmaker can’t afford to sell it in the U.S.

If ever there was a car made for the times, this would seem to be it: a sporty subcompact that seats five, offers a navigation system, and gets a whopping 65 miles to the gallon. Oh yes, and the car is made by Ford Motor (F), known widely for lumbering gas hogs.

Ford’s 2009 Fiesta ECOnetic goes on sale in November. But here’s the catch: Despite the car’s potential to transform Ford’s image and help it compete with Toyota Motor (TM) and Honda Motor (HMC) in its home market, the company will sell the little fuel sipper only in Europe. “We know it’s an awesome vehicle,” says Ford America President Mark Fields. “But there are business reasons why we can’t sell it in the U.S.” The main one: The Fiesta ECOnetic runs on diesel.

Automakers such as Volkswagen (VLKAY) and Mercedes-Benz (DAI) have predicted for years that a technology called “clean diesel” would overcome many Americans’ antipathy to a fuel still often thought of as the smelly stuff that powers tractor trailers. Diesel vehicles now hitting the market with pollution-fighting technology are as clean or cleaner than gasoline and at least 30% more fuel-efficient.

Yet while half of all cars sold in Europe last year ran on diesel, the U.S. market remains relatively unfriendly to the fuel. Taxes aimed at commercial trucks mean diesel costs anywhere from 40 cents to $1 more per gallon than gasoline. Add to this the success of the Toyota Prius, and you can see why only 3% of cars in the U.S. use diesel. “Americans see hybrids as the darling,” says Global Insight auto analyst Philip Gott, “and diesel as old-tech.”

None of this is stopping European and Japanese automakers, which are betting they can jump-start the U.S. market with new diesel models. Mercedes-Benz by next year will have three cars it markets as “BlueTec.” Even Nissan (NSANY) and Honda, which long opposed building diesel cars in Europe, plan to introduce them in the U.S. in 2010. But Ford, whose Fiesta ECOnetic compares favorably with European diesels, can’t make a business case for bringing the car to the U.S.

TOO PRICEY TO IMPORT

First of all, the engines are built in Britain, so labor costs are high. Plus the pound remains stronger than the greenback. At prevailing exchange rates, the Fiesta ECOnetic would sell for about $25,700 in the U.S. By contrast, the Prius typically goes for about $24,000. A $1,300 tax deduction available to buyers of new diesel cars could bring the price of the Fiesta to around $24,400. But Ford doesn’t believe it could charge enough to make money on an imported ECOnetic.

Ford plans to make a gas-powered version of the Fiesta in Mexico for the U.S. So why not manufacture diesel engines there, too? Building a plant would cost at least $350 million at a time when Ford has been burning through more than $1 billion a month in cash reserves. Besides, the automaker would have to produce at least 350,000 engines a year to make such a venture profitable. “We just don’t think North and South America would buy that many diesel cars,” says Fields.

The question, of course, is whether the U.S. ever will embrace diesel fuel and allow automakers to achieve sufficient scale to make money on such vehicles. California certified VW and Mercedes diesel cars earlier this year, after a four-year ban. James N. Hall, of auto researcher 293 Analysts, says that bellwether state and the Northeast remain “hostile to diesel.” But the risk to Ford is that the fuel takes off, and the carmaker finds itself playing catch-up—despite having a serious diesel contender in its arsenal.

Business Exchange related topics:Global Auto IndustryU.S. AutomakersGreen CarsElectric CarsHybrid CarsDiesel Cars

Kiley is a senior correspondent in BusinessWeek’s Detroit bureau.

[ SOURCE: businessweek.com ]

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| Week at the wheel | Ford Fiesta ECOnetic | 4 Out Of 5 Stars Rating ****

Inside & Out: 4 Stars ****

At first glance, there’s little to distinguish the ECOnetic model from other Fiestas in the ranks of Ford’s supermini range. It has the same neat styling and crisp lines. However, peer closer and you’ll see the ECOnetic sits 10mm lower to the ground, which is the same amount as the sporty Zetec S model, though in the ECOnetic’s case it’s to do with improving efficiency rather than handling. There are also rear wind deflectors to better manage the flow of air over and around the Fiesta for less drag to help with fuel economy, while underneath there’s a shroud around the engine to also help lower drag. Take a peek at the tyres and you’ll see they are low rolling resistance items.

On the inside, the ECOnetic again looks much like any other Fiesta, with its cleverly detailed dash, comfortable seats and plenty of space in the front. Adult rear seat passengers will find legroom a little tight, but otherwise the Fiesta is a match for any rival on the space front. The only giveaway for the ECOnetic model inside is the gear shift indicator on the dash to tell the driver the optimum time to change gear for the best economy. As for the boot, there’s no spare wheel as Ford deems it excess weight and an enemy of economy, but the boot itself is the same size as any other Fiesta’s.

Engine & Transmission: 4 Stars ****

The 1.6-litre turbodiesel powering the ECOnetic model is not the full bore 109bhp unit we’ve been used to seeing in other Ford models. In its place, we have an 89bhp common rail turbodiesel that makes a relatively relaxed 150lb.ft of torque. In not overstraining the engine for ultimate power and push, Ford has pulled off a masterstroke. It may not be lightning quick off the mark – 0-62mph takes 12.3 seconds and top speed is 111mph – but the ECOnetic feels incredibly flexible and relaxed. The acceleration is sufficient to stay with traffic away from the lights and on the motorway there’s no need to swap down a gear to keep up.

Let the Fiesta ECOnetic do its stuff in the top ratio of its five-speed manual gearbox and it will happily propel you along with no fuss, no drama and barely any noise. Use the gears a bit more and the engine remains refined and it’s quite happy to spool up to the red line without recourse to coarseness. The five-speed manual gearbox is every bit as slick, light and accurate to operate as we’ve come to know and love from Ford gear shifts. A revised final drive ratio helps lower the revs at any given speed compared to a standard comparable Fiesta.

Ride & Handling: 5 Stars *****

It’s a Fiesta, so the ECOnetic does corners better than any other fuel miser supermini. This is a fact of life. The Fiesta is the best driving supermini money can buy and switching the suspension to economy settings by lowering it 10mm has done nothing to undermine this. If anything, the ECOnetic feels even more sublimely sure-footed around corners than other base model Fiestas so you can carry more speed, brake less and save more fuel. What a brilliant principle: make a car that’s more fun and involving to drive to save fuel. Ford, we applaud you.

Along with the twinkle-toed handling, the Fiestas steering is spot on. The electric assistance doesn’t rob it of feel yet it gives just the right amount of help whether parking in a tight space or swapping lanes on the motorway. Throw in a ride that offers superb control with top rank comfort, as well as excellent refinement, and you have a supermini package that can easily fool you into thinking this is a car from one or two classes above.

Equipment, Economy & Value for Money: 4 Stars ****

To endow the ECOnetic with its superb 76.3mpg combined economy and 98g/km carbon dioxide emissions, Ford has made some changes to the spec. There’s a reprogrammed ECU, low rolling resistance tyres, altered final drive ratio and the various aerodynamic aids mentioned above. However, the ECOnetic also does without standard air conditioning, which helps lower the price when compared to a 1.6 TDCi Zetec model. Go for air con as an option and the price is the same as the Zetec, though the Zetec has standard alloy wheels where the ECOnetic makes do with steel wheels and plastic trims.

However, we’re not going to carp on too much as the ECOnetic can manage more than 750 miles between fuel fills and during our week with the car the fuel gauge needle moved oh-so slowly over more than 400 miles of driving. Group 4 insurance is reasonable too and choosing the five-door model over the three-door only adds £300 to the final bill. The Fiesta ECOnetic is more expensive than some rivals, but it also looks set to hold its value very well to help offset this.

Overall: 4 Stars ****

We were already big fans of the Ford Fiesta thanks to its natty looks, comfort and, of course, the class-defining way it drives. With the ECOnetic, Ford has retained all of the essential bits we love about the Fiesta while bringing superb economy and emissions to the mix. Our only reason for not awarding the Fiesta ECOnetic a coveted full five-star rating is the price: it’s notably more than rivals from SEAT and Skoda. That said, if we were to put our cash where our cakehole is, we’d plump for the Fiesta.

[ SOURCE: carenthusiast.com ]