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HAARP? SCALAR RINGS, one big weather pattern? One heck of a storm?A broken radar? The unusual radar event today centers from Dover, Delaware, extending 100’s of miles out. By our estimation whatever it was lasted a little over an hour. My 1st screen cap shows 11:30pm EST but it may have started earlier.

Hmm, a quick wiki ck-

Dover Air Force Base or Dover AFB (IATA: DOV, ICAO: KDOV, FAA LID: DOV) is a United States Air Force base located 2 miles (3.2 km) southeast of the city of Dover, Delaware.

Dover AFB is home to the 436th Airlift Wing (436 AW) of the Air Mobility Command (AMC), known as the “Eagle Wing”, and the AMC-gained 512th Airlift Wing (512 AW) of the Air Force Reserve Command (AFRC), referred to as the “Liberty Wing”. It was the only base to solely operate the massive C-5 Galaxy, with two active flying squadrons (the 3rd Airlift Squadron, which now operates the C-17 Globemaster III, and 9th Airlift Squadron) and two Air Force Reserve flying squadrons (the 326th Airlift Squadron and the 709th Airlift Squadron).

Dover AFB is also the home for the largest military mortuary in the Department of Defense, and has been used for processing military personnel killed in both war and peacetime; the remains of those killed overseas are traditionally brought to Dover before being transferred to family. The Charles C. Carson Center for Mortuary Affairs has also been used to identify remains of civilians in certain exceptional circumstances: in 1978 for the victims of the Jonestown mass murder/suicide, in 1986 for identifying the remains of the crew of the Space Shuttle Challenger, and in 2003 for the crew of the Space Shuttle Columbia. It was also a major site for identifying the remains of military personnel killed in the 9/11 attacks.

No doubt Dover AFB is an important military installation which is why the radar anomaly grabbed our attention.

With all the BS being discovered by a host of acronym agencies, is it any wonder people are not laughing at our tinfoil hat any more.

Heck, maybe one of the best military installations in the world just had a bad day. Maybe a lot of things. Have to keep an eye on the area the next few days.

What’s your take on it?

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Top photo screen grab via “MyRadar” app, bottom photo via KDOX USAIRNET RADAR

Stay safe friends.

###Update 5 pm EST Dover, Delaware under severe thunderstorm warning.

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Just sayin’.

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We just wanted to say good day to all the government agencies that may be reading this. Have a good weekend, may God bless you and The United States of America.

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Ahrcanum

Thinking of recent developments in politicians who are supposed to fight crime and not commit crimes, I am reminded of former Congressman Jim Traficant of Ohio.  Famous for his unique one minute speeches, http://www.thememoryhole.org/traficant/  A partial biography can be found here http://www.freetraficant.com/bio.html.

Traficant served 17 years in Congress but in July of 2002,  received an eight year  prison sentence after being convicted of racketeering, bribery, obstruction of justice and tax evasion. The House, using the trial transcript expelled him.  Traficant is currently incarcerated at the Federal Medical Center in Rochester, MN but with six months to go to the end of his sentance, he had the option of being transferred to his hometown of Youngstown in a half-way house. 

Usually non-violent federal inmates are permitted the chance to spend the last six months of their sentences in a half way house, but on Jan. 12, 2009,  The US Bureau of Prisons notified directors with the Youngstown based…

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Yea, the corn is growing! Just little corn sprouts for now but last weeks frost gave a scare. Because we planted later than usual the leaves were close to the warm earth. Whew.

For city readers, the saying is knee high by 4th of July, then it will have a growth spurt. You know the corn is about ready to pick when it gets tassels on the top. Today marks 30 days until 4th July!

For now, my mouth is watering for some corn on the cob, drenched in real butter, add salt. A clam and lobster bake sounds like a winning idea.

As for our government as of late, I can think of a few politicians who could use a day on a farm, meet the real people that they work for. May be tempted to shove a cob in the pipes. Oh my! Kidding kidding!

And this business about collecting DNA, what an abomination from SCOTUS. The government can’t figure out DNA In genetically modified food for heck sake.

Arg mates, praying for a bit of rain and some better transparency from DC.

Oh and the best part of the day- neighbor farm- Day One Strawberry Picking!

Here’s a sneak peek photo of the corn nubs.

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Whoooo hoooo the lightning bugs are back. Not officially summer, but darn nice to see them sparkling in the night sky. A few solar lamps in a sea of yellow mating dance going on.

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Beautiful view off of the farm porch this morning. Chance of rain, fluffy clouds and zero chemtrails! Rose bush in full bloom with hundreds of red flowers. Air smells sweet. Thanks God for the many blessings.

Life is good.

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