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"Shape shifting" object photographed over Orchard Pak, New York exactly one month after October 13, 2010 UFO display prediction 


 by General Wesley Clark
Stanley Arthur Fulham
April 16th, 1923 - December 19th, 2010
Stan Fulham obituary photo

[YouTube] NASA ScienceCasts: Why the World Didn't End Yesterday


"Ultimately, concerns about Earth's fate would be better focused on slow-acting problems such as climate change rather than some sort of cosmic catastrophe, said Andrew Fraknoi, an astronomer at Foothill College in California."

Record minimum for Arctic sea ice

Arctic sea ice hits record low, scientists say

Greenhouse gas levels pass symbolic 400ppm CO2 milestone: Monitoring stations in the Arctic detect record levels of carbon dioxide, higher than ever above 'safe' 350ppm mark


400 PPM: Carbon Dioxide Levels Cross a Sobering New Threshold


Atmospheric carbon dioxide levels hit historic milestone


Greenhouse-Gas Emissions Across Globe Hit Record High


Global CO2 emissions hit record in 2011 led by China: IEA


Climate scientists say warming could exceed 3.5 C


Bonn climate talks end in discord and disappointment: Climate crisis is not caused by lack of options and solutions, but lack of political action, says Greenpeace spokeswoman


Earth Changes

March 11, 2011 Japan earthquake and tsunami prediction by the Transcendors -- out by only 10-weeks.

The following is a verbatim report of the Transcendors' view on these grim events:

"A major earth fault shift in the Pacific ocean creates a huge tsunami with its major disruptions occurring in the period 2010 - 2012. Lands disappear and new lands appear. Japan, as Edgar Cayce predicted years ago, will be totally inundated; so will other nations.

The eastern seaboard of China, including the large industrial center of Shanghai, Hong Kong, Taiwan, the Koreas will suffer major devastation and total inundation in some areas.

Large parts of Europe will experience massive inundation and so will the lower levels of the Americas. Coast line throughout the world will suffer destruction in various degree.

The earthquakes in Haiti and Chile, as tragic as they were, are but the precursor of the greater earth changes that will follow, possibly in late 2010, and culminating in major eruptions in 2012.

As a result of these earthquakes, there is now the probability of another major earthquake in Japan in late 2010 as a result of shifting fault lines. What is happening on one side of Earth is happening on the other -- a reaction process.

As serious as it may be, yet mankind gets a practice run on how to respond and communicate and to interact in a very devastating situation; bringing different nations and different interests together in an attempt to coordinate and to maintain a sense of control of of a very complex situation. There is sort of a domino effect here in preparation for future Earth changes, especially in 2012."

- Challenges of Change, 3rd edition, March 2010, Earth Changes, pages 176 -177.


Did Stanley Fulham Predict the Tragic Japan Earthquake?

Stanley Fulham's predictions fulfilled...

Stanley A. Fulham Predictions

Galactic Governance - Articles by Alfred Lambremont Webre

Challenges of Change on Facebook page (Non-affiliated)

UFO spotted in Manhatten brings New York to a standstill

The Multidimensional Frame: 

 Some Exopolitical Thoughts -- Early 2011

 We are Ready for ETs
Some Exopolitical Speculation -- Part III
If you remember in the last chapter, titled 2010 - the year ended with a huge level of expectations as for what to expect to happen in our skies in 2011 - [due] to the unprecedented PREDICTED October 13th, 2010 day-long UFO sky display that eventually had LIVE TV coverage with the man in the street in NYC. As such, the Stanley Fulham predictions for 2011 loomed as he himself passed before the year began. Would alien contact be accelerating as he predicted so that aliens could save our atmosphere?

Volcanoes' greenhouse gases caused mass extinction, study says


RT (Russia Today): TV news broadcast October 13, 2010 - Big Apple Baffled
Over 2,000,000 YouTube viewer hits

BBC: Climate change 'grave threat' to security and health


Without urgent action, carbon emissions could rise to levels that should cause major alarm, said Chris Rapley, professor of climate science at University College London.

Already, he noted, the atmospheric concentration of carbon dioxide has risen to about 380 parts per million [ppm] - whereas in the millions of years before the pre-industrial era, it fluctuated between about 180ppm during Ice Ages and about 280ppm in the warm interglacial periods.

"If we don't do something, then at the rate we're going, carbon emissions will continue to accelerate, and the atmospheric concentration is not going to be 450ppm or 650ppm by the end of the century, but 1,000ppm," he said.

"That is 10 times the difference between an Ice Age and an interglacial; and you have to be a pretty huge optimist to think that won't bring major changes."


Research finds massive hole in ozone layer above Arctic: Discovery comes as government reduces staff at monitoring network

Co2 Emissions Soared 45 Percent From 1990 to 2010 Report Says


Steep increase in global CO2 emissions despite reductions by industralised countries with binding Kyoto targets


Long-Term Trend in Global CO2 Emissions: 2011 Report


Are the UFOs appearing in Russia skies in Dec. 2010 Fulham’s predicted UFO wave?



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