The News…or as the News Catches up the Meier Material

A New Concept Car…and the Coming San Francisco Quake Draws Nearer 

As Wendelle Stevens said, in 1978, “I carefully studied each picture as they came to me, trying to recognize familiar landmarks and buildings, and any prominent new structures I had never seen there before. I looked carefully at cars shown in the streets below for style and any configurations not familiar at the time. I did see smaller cars with smoothly rounded corners and no external projections, and some of these had half-glass and others full-glass cabin tops, making them look more like bugs than boxy cars.”

Well, it looks like the car of the future – foreseen in the past – is getting closer to becoming a reality, with all that this implies about the coming San Francisco earthquake drawing nearer. This is the Nissan Ellure, notice the absence of the side-view mirrors.

An Extreme and Exhausting Year of U.S. Disasters…and the Year Ain’t Over Yet

It’s been a pretty rough year full of natural disasters so far. Oh, really? Well that’s big surprise, isn’t it? I mean no one’s been trying to warn us for the past 60+ years that the weather, climate and environment was going to break down big time, right?

Update on Lab Grown Meats  

Here’s a good news update about the progress being made on the growing of meat in laboratories from harvested animal stem cells. It intelligently addresses the practical, environmental and ethical challenges that necessitate making a reality out of the information first called for, and foretold by…Billy Meier.


One Reply to “The News…or as the News Catches up the Meier Material”

  1. MH, dont take it personal but most people of your generation still think global warming is a myth. However, I did a little questionnaire on people between the ages of 40 on up. what prompted me of asking people this particular question was the fact that here in Central Illinois, about 2 weeks ago during the heat wave, schools were letting out their students a few hours earlier to avoid/prevent heat exhaustion. Now i went around and asked older people if they recall ever being let out of school early for heat? the answer, NO not ever, even myself in the upper 20’s have never been let out of school early for heat. When record breaking temperatures were recorded this summer and heat waves hitting most of the US, how can these people still deny global warming?

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