jmccanneyscience.com: Home Page, submitted by Coast to Coast AM. You can rest assured that when someone has a degree in "Plasma Discharge Comet Model" their crazy theories are to be completely trusted. Thankfully, James McCanney has managed to earn one of these degrees from a malfunctioning Mike Sells machine at the YMCA and he presents us with a number of reputable theories only tenuously related to the respected field of "Plasma Discharge Comet Model".
Since NASA clearly knows about this before hand and sees this as a possible cause of public alarm, then !!?? why are they not using their power of the press to prevent what these people were saying is the potential for some citizens to commit suicide due to false information being propagated on the internet regarding a false date for arrival of a planet x type of object ... rather than waiting until after it would happen!!?? unless this is actually as i have been saying all along ... they have created this date and scenario to actually cause the public panic and chaos in order to then propagate the story of the "crazy planet x people who talk to aliens" to cause 95% of the public to view this as a "crazy" topic ... so when the real issue of the real Planet X arises the public will just say "oh, it's just those crazy planet X people again" ... this is what i have been saying all along is the "plan" and here it is folks at your door step ...
Oh, it's just those crazy planet X people again!
Don't worry though, the good doctor doesn't restrict his theories to NASA Planet X conspiracies, he's an equal-opportunity nut job who embraces the whole spectrum of crazy theories to LEND HIMSELF CREDIBILITY. Yes, the best way to advance your points on one crazy conspiracy theory is by backing as many others as you possibly can.
1) THE SUN IS GOING BONKERS AND THE SOHO FEEDS FOR SOLAR WIND, MAGNETIC REVERSALS AND X-RAY DATA ARE BEING WITH-HELD NOW ON A REGULAR BASIS ... we are unaware of the radiation risks as NASA and NOAA withhold data
2) world wide weather is at an all time fever pitch - the other day over 495 incidents within just one 24 hour period in the USA alone occurred and dozens of tropical storms including one major storm raced across the Indian Ocean (one storm is currently ravaging Madagascar) / do not let anyone tell you things are "normal" as snow storms blanket 5 western states including California on May 8
3) SARS is beyond epidemic proportions in China / many people who have SARS are hiding from certain government imprisonment and thus spreading the disease unchecked ... additionally there are reports of many respiratory illnesses in the US that are not being classified ... is there a SARS epidemic in the USA that no one is talking about? Are hospitals and Health agencies being told to cover up the true situation in the US? Why is the CDC not pursuing the research on non-patentable essential oils that have shown effective treatment of SARS and the Corona viruses ... is there pressure from the drug industry to ignore a cure that will not profit them
Not the sun's SOHO feeds for solar wind! Think of the children! Oh, and the weather, always with the weather. A gust of wind could knock over a tent in the Rocky Mountains and inside five minutes these crazy bastards are claiming that it's stormpocalypse 2003. SARS just makes them beat off uncontrollably because it seems to verify all of their theories about FEMA that make Deus Ex's plot look like a history re-enactment.
Sometimes I dream that I'm sitting in the back of the defunct Weinermobile as it careens driverless down the highway. At first I thought this was symbolic of the powerlessness I feel in life, but then I realized it's actually the Weinermobile's dream of being able to drive again.
Three years ago, when we were burying my uncle, Cleaver and some gross lady dog (Solstice???) showed up at the cemetery and starting going at it really loudly. It ruined everything and we had to have a "re-do" the next day and it cost a fortune. I've hated him ever since for that.
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