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March 31, 2022 Edition

🏀NBA: Yesterday, the Mavericks beat the Cavaliers 120-112. Dallas is on a 3-game winning streak and won 7 out of their last 10 games; next game is Aril 1st.

The Houston Rockets lost to the Sacramento Kings yesterday by 3, the final was 118-121. The Rockets also lost 7 out of their last 10 games, and they’re in last place in the Western Conference. Houston is off tonight.

It was a 1-point loss for the San Antonio Spurs yesterday against the Grizzlies, 111-112. Overall the Spurs are 31-45 and won 6 out of 4 of their last 10 games. San Antonio is off tonight.

In the Eastern Conference, Miami is the team to beat. The Heat were successful against the Celtics yesterday, winning 106-98. Miami is on a 2-game winning streak and they’re now 49-28 overall.

Orlando Magic is in last place in the Eastern Conference. Yesterday, they were blown out by the Wizards 127-110, which increased their loosing streak to 4 games. Overall, they’re 20-57.

The Philadelphia 76ers did not play yesterday, but tonight, they visit Detroit to play the Pistons. Yes, Philadelphia did lose their last two, but they hold firm in 3rd place in the Eastern Conference. They’re 46-29 overall and won 6 out of their last 10. James Harden is second in the NBA in assists, (10.1) per game, and Joel Embiid’s 29.9 points per game is 3rd best in the entre league.

🌑: Tomorrow is the first day of April, and there will be a brand-new moon in Aries. Aries is a fire sign, and don’t forget, the sun is in Aries right now as well. With both luminaries in the astrological sign of Aries, we get in a sense, a double flame. If there was ever a good time to plan a trip, or start something new, this is it.

💲: Are you wondering what caused the drop in oil prices? They’re saying the Biden administration plans to release 1 million barrels of oil per day from the country’s reserves for the next six months. That’ll do it.

😲: In an article published on the Daily Caller dot com, it was revealed that the skeletal remains of a young man were finally found after four years. Police believe those remains belonged to Jason Michael, who died in 2018. Supposedly, the boy’s father has been storing his body in the kitchen of his home for the las four years. The strange thing about this, well besides the obvious, is that it took place New Boston, Texas, and somehow, it’s connected to a case where six people were found dead in a home in Wisconsin. What’s the connection? I guess we’ll have to follow that story and see what develops.

🛸: NUFORC is back in business! Yes, the National UFO Reporting Center updated their site on Friday, March 4, 2022, to include over 1,000 new postings that took place between December 19, 2021, and March 3rd of this year.

📗: My new book, Smorgasbord 2 Catch Up & Relish is now available for purchase in paperback form. There will also be an e-book version available through Barnes and Noble, Apple iTunes, Amazon, and Google Play editions.

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Nooz Now

February 23, 2022 Edition

Friends and Followers, what’s going on!

It is the 23rd day of February, and it’s a warmer than usual evening around these parts. We had a beautiful day today, I mean it wasn’t sunny, but the temperature was in the 60s! We still have a few weeks of winter, and a snow storm is in the forecast for Friday, but it was a nice change.

Before I get into the Nooz, I wanted to say this;

I’ve always, for my entire life, rooted for the underdog. I despise tyranny, I despise control, and I particularly hate it when I don’t have a choice. I have no problem following rules, but if the rules only apply to me, than I’m not following.

I support people who stand for what they believe in. When you feel like something isn’t right, or your human rights are being violated, you’re supposed to speak up. That’s not being rebellious or ignorant.

Some of these people out here should be ashamed of themselves. They hate freedom and they hate it when people stand up for themselves. What’s wrong with you? There’s all of a sudden this popular belief that protesting is wrong. It isn’t wrong. Sometimes it’s necessary for us to put our personal lives on hold to address an issue.

Some people need to take a good long hard look at themselves. You people who take no responsibility and admit no guilt, where are you morally? Virtues?

You’re glad protesters got beat by the armed militia? They got what they deserved for opening up their mouths? Really? Is that how you really feel? That’s the mentality of a tyrant. You’re not my friend.

One more question. What the fuck is bwaahaaa? bwahahaaa? That’s some loser shit from 2008. 🤣🤣🤣 That shit lost.

I digress.

Moving Forward…

♓Okay, it’s officially Pisces season. The sun entered Pisces around the 19th, and it will remain in the sign of the fish until March 20th. I don’t know why, but Pisces is one of those signs I seem to overlook. Like, I should study Pisces more. I know quite a few people who have their natal sun in Pisces, and they’re interesting people. They’re deep emotionally and talented, but for some reason they don’t see in themselves what others see. They don’t give themselves enough credit. Love yourself Pisces.

🌔The moon is on the 7th degree of Sagittarius, and Venus and Mars are still in conjunction in Capricorn. Because of that conjunction, they said February 16th was supposed to be the most romantic day of the year. How’d you do? Sagittarius is a fire sign that dwells in the 9th house of the zodiac. The archer has some amazing power if you know how to make it work for you, but in general, the moon in that location should stir up some emotions towards higher education and long distance travel. Maybe it’s time to hop in the car and take that road trip you’ve been putting off.

🤣I know I’m a little late on this because I’m always late to the party on television shows, but who’s watching Coach John McGuirk on Adult Swim? Funny…

🛸I don’t know why, but NUFORC, my go to site for UFO reports stop posting. Either they stopped posting reports or there hasn’t been anything to report. That’s right, not a single report for 2022. I find that hard to believe.

💥I thought the tensions between Russia and Ukraine subsided, apparently not though. US Secretary of State Antony Blinken, thinks Russia could invade tonight!

https://www.aa.com.tr/en/americas/us-believes-russia-could-invade-ukraine-before-night-is-over/2511863

Alright everyone. I’m ending this post here. It’s been a long day, I worked 10 hours, and I’m out of brain power. LOL I’m talking about friggin Coach John Mc Guirk! OMG. ♥♥💙💙❤❤

Have a good night.

Science Research

According to my research, the Galactic Center is a supermassive black hole located at approximately 26 or 27 degrees in the astrological sign of Sagittarius. (Please keep in mind astrology and astronomy seem similar, but they are not. The location of real constellations observed by astronomers do not always coincide with astrological signs or houses).

EARTH
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The research says the Galactic Center is located in the Sagittarius Constellation, and it just so happens, I guess, the GC is also located in the same astrological sign.

The GC is also called the barycenter, and it’s the center of our Milky Way Galaxy. It powers the compact radio source Sagittarius A, which is almost exactly at the galactic rotational center. Spread throughout the galaxy are intergalactic radio sources located in Taurus A, Virgo A, and Centaurus A. (This is my first question, “are these radio sources natural, do they allow for intelligent communication between different locations in the galaxy, and if so, who uses them?”

Our Sun
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Earth, the planet on which we live, is apart of a solar system. Our solar system is located in the Milky Way Galaxy, and our galaxy is one of many in the Universe. Planet Earth is one of arguably nine planets that orbit the sun, hence the name solar system, and the sun orbits the center of the Milky Way galaxy. It takes our sun between 200 and 250 million years to orbit the Galactic Center.

The Sun rotates on its axis also. One rotation takes approximately 27 (earth) days or 648 hours. That means one Sunday or day on the sun lasts for 648 hours, and the sun makes approximately 13 rotations in one earth year.

This, I find extremely interesting because there are similarities with the moon. A moon cycle takes about 28/29 days. In a month, lets say January, there is usually one new moon and one full moon with the days in between spent ascending towards full light or descending to complete darkness. In a year there are approximately 12 new moons and 12 full moons-that is one of each per month. In the time it takes the sun to make one rotation on its axis, the moon also completes one full cycle.