Some NASA News

“Newly Discovered Comet Is Likely Interstellar Visitor” (copied from NSA on September 12, 2018) I found nothing about snake-like images arriving from another solar system just the above noted comet from intersteller space. Maybe the British media know more about snake-like apparitions than NASA’s Hubble. I’ve been hearing a lot about water on an exoplanet … More Some NASA News

The Diction of Media

Words popularized by media and politicians many of which are like short cuts that avoid coherent explanation and analysis: “Nuance”, “Nuanced”The word “nuanced” used to mean something like shaded, subtle, perhaps even difficult to explain related in meaning to the word “complicated” which implies difficult to explain, and understand . On October 17, 2012 a … More The Diction of Media

Guess who’re the real bosses?

“ “Trump tells rally crowd: Vote for Bishop in special election By JONATHAN LEMIRE and ALAN FRAM55 minutes ago ……………………………………………………………………………………………………. Many of the president’s comments about the storm have been defending his erroneous claim that Alabama was likely to face significant impact from it. Trump did not mention the matter at Monday’s rally.“(AP) on September … More Guess who’re the real bosses?

One day before NOAA publicised advisories #15-41

“Hurricane Dorian: Trump map mysteriously loops in Alabama” 5 September 2019 Hurricane Dorian https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-49587232 The image above originated with ” SETH BORENSTEIN and KEVIN FREKING, Associated Press” but seems to have been picked up by most online media. This copy is from BBC media online publication dated September 5, 2019. September 6, 2019 “From Wednesday, … More One day before NOAA publicised advisories #15-41

Conflicting Hurricane Reports

From August 28 to September 2 NOAA sent Hurricane Advisories #15 through #41 showing Dorian touching the south east tip of Alabama as it moved north east. See the following link. On Sunday, September 1 the president ‘warned that Alabama, along with the Carolinas and Georgia, was “most likely to be hit (much) harder than anticipated.” … More Conflicting Hurricane Reports