Monday, August 27, 2007

Follow The Money...

A mystery trader risks losing around $1 billion dollars after placing 245,000 put options on the Dow Jones Eurostoxx 50 index, leading many analysts to speculate that a stock market crash preceded by a new 9/11 style catastrophe could take place within the next month.

24 comments:

Shoes4Industry said...

H Nic...we know.

H Nicole said...

Well, let me just do my usual here and throw out of bunch of crazy ideas for fun.

First, what Yahoo decides to feature as "interesting news items" on my homepage always intrigues me.

This morning was a relatively odd news item about earthquakes in Southern California:

http://tinyurl.com/2vlyup

Remember, I am not saying these types of "the big one is coming" articles are odd or even rare. I am commenting on what Yahoo decides to post as interesting news links on my homepage, as well as the timing of these news items.

Of course this news item caught my eye immediately since just yesterday, in honor of Shoes latest post here, I was thinking that, despite my pointing it out on this blog previously (sort of a game I think some of us are gladly playing here that says -- I don't care how crazy I sound as long as it may thwart certain plans in the off off chance there is a grain of truth to it), the regime may just go ahead anyway with plans of triggering the "big one" in California with its new little energy toys -- an earthquake so big it causes the Hoover Dam to "mysteriously" dustify right before our eyes. No electricity in most of the Western US indefinitely.

Now, as I have pointed out before buried somewhere on this blog, I have no qualms with the idea that, when pointed in the right place for applying heat in large areas of the ocean, the regime's new exotic weaponry toys can probably guide hurricanes (not 100%, but maybe enough to intensify an existing hurricane and point it close enough to New Orleans, for example).

Well, heat applied to rock does some pretty interesting things, too (or even concrete, for those who have tried pointing a blowtouch on their driveway for instance -- don't ask me why I tried this experiment one day, but please wear goggles if you try this yourself). Anyway, in addition to hurricanes, I believe the regime's new toys may even be capable of triggering earthquakes, if pointed at the right fault lines and under the right conditions.

In this regard, I was especially intrigued by a story featured on Yahoo news about all the mysterious "toxic dust" that lingered around for days after the Peru earthquake a couple of weeks ago:

http://tinyurl.com/33lz8p

Hmmm. I don't recall dust being such a health hazard at other earthquakes (and especially "dust kicked up from rescue trucks?"), but maybe I'm missing something.

Peru was just target practice, folks. If something disastrous happens over the next few months, a false flag attack would be too obvious at this point. I think the regime is considering going ahead with another "natural disaster" attack on its own citizens for this round of excitement.

Sorry to hear you are in Southern California, Money, though I am not so sure Northern California is going to make out too well either. At least I hope your candlelight vigil to honor our fallen heros and bring the troops home went as well as mine did -- about 100 terrific, caring people and a dozen or so patriotic dogs, plus the mayor of my city, who is a decorated veteran and wants the city to pass a resolution calling on the impeachment of Bush!

Hope we can get it done before the next put options expire on September 21.

moneysmith said...

You did better, h nic -- we only had one dog. But LOTS of honking and waving! People are clearly ready to end this phony "war on terra."

The "big one" looms, either quake or fire. Either way, bush's team is most likely involved. But it will most likely be SoCal. They wouldn't touch DiFi and her war profiteering hubby.

H Nicole said...

They might if DiFi and hubby were in Washington at the time. I'll keep an eye out for any new home sales in the Bay Area by the Feinsteins!

Doggoneit, Money -- you just dug
up something only in the back of my mind, too. I've read before that Diane Feinstein was married to a war-profiteer, but I did not realize this was the general concensus. Are you serious? I am already frothing-at-the-mouth mad at this woman as it is just from her last vote on the surveillance bill (plus all this bologna from her about impeachment "being off the table"), and now you are telling me she is probably profitting heavily on the war, too? What the hell is wrong with Californians? Why was this woman voted in for another six years?

I am off to investigate the war profiteering stuff about her husband further. Haven't even begun and yet I get this sinking feeling already that there is probably overwhelming evidence for it.

Cocked45 said...

"bunch of crazy ideas for fun"

We can only hope it's for fun. Government triggered hurricanes? Earthquakes? In Peru?

No wonder nobody posts on here anymore. I keep checking in for a good laugh when LB@200MPH and a few others used to give it to ya', but even they don't bother anymore.

You people are in your own little world of delusion and insanity. Please stay here and do all of the rest of America a favor and don't breed any offspring.

Shoes4Industry said...

You'll be missed.

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H Nicole said...
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H Nicole said...

9/11 Issues can get pretty complicated and confusing very quickly, so I am going to try to narrow it down to my two biggest "talking points" -- dustification and remote control of the planes that crashed into their targets.

For loads of evidence supporting dustification, see www.drjudywood.com. However, for the single most incriminating piece of evidence supporting dustification, see the following two video footages taken at about 10am on 9/11/01 (about two minutes after the first tower fell). Note that you can see the same thing at about 10am on the live footage from all the major networks on that day (available at http://www.archive.org/details/sept_11_tv_archive -- BBC is probably the best, most consistent far away shot). However, NBC is the only network that seems to have this specific angle of WTC 1 at this time showing in detail what appears to be what Judy has called (and which I support calling) a phenomenon called "lathering" that appears to be some kind of preparation for dustification.

Note the ENTIRE SIDE of WTC 1 is emitting something white -- it is not smoke and not dust from WTC 2.

1) Check out the six second time period from 7:14-7:20 in the following video:

http://www.archive.org/details/nbc200109110954-1036

2) Check out the ten second time period from 05:13-05:23 in the following video:

http://911revisited.com/video.html


For the strongest circumstantial evidence supporting the idea that there were no Arab hijackers, just American ones flying the planes into their targets by remote control, see:

http://tinyurl.com/2m2w7l

H Nicole said...

Possible Troll Alert:

I've been hearing more and more grumblings on Rosie's blog lately about David Letterman making a lot of negative comments about Rosie.

Not sure if this is true, but lo and behold (as just featured on my Yahoo News homepage), David Letterman is apparently now going to appear on Oprah Winfrey in a huge media spectacle on September 10.

http://tinyurl.com/2gnlgw

Hmmm.

Anybody wanna bet Letterman completely torpedo's Rosie and the 9/11 Truth movement on Oprah on 9/10/07 -- the day before the movement is slated to get probably the most media attention it has ever received since 9/11/01?

As usual, nobody hopes I am wrong more than I do, but I'm taking bets in my favor anyway!

H Nicole said...
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H Nicole said...

I love it when people like the King of Non-Existent Thermite and Invisible Molten Steel himself, that murderous anti-9/11 Truth Movement operative Steven Jones, along with all his loyal cronies, go on the warpath against Dr. Judy Wood as "that crazy ray gun from outer space" person. What a bunch of MCP a-holes.

Anyway, that said, here's an article about those "crazy ray guns" that, according to this article, have been in development for over a decade now (probably more like two or three in reality).

http://tinyurl.com/2qnpw2

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H Nicole said...

Just in case anybody decides to come after me, Karl Rove-style, should it ever be shown that there is abundant evidence for thermite at ground zero (by somebody other than Jones, I mean), I should clarify my above remarks about Jones and his confusing claims of thermite.

Ever since LB@200 mistakenly "educated" me (as nicely as he knew how, which I appreciate) about how "thermite doesn't explode, dear," I have been more and more interested in the explosive properties of thermite.

I think we can all agree from my response to LB@200, after some video demonstrations to back it up, that thermite can in fact be quite explosive under certain conditions, such as when the reaction occurs on ice.

It should be noted, however, that this type of explosive thermite reaction differs significantly from the much slower, "thermite can cut steel like butter" reaction that Jones is always touting. I am especially in awe of how much mileage Jones has gotten out of the "pools of molten steel" story since 1) there was no molten steel, and 2) even if there were, it does not explain the dustification phenomenon observed, especially since I doubt "pools of molten steel" is the main byproduct of the more highly explosive type of thermite reaction that would be required for dustification.

To that end, I did find another condition where thermite might be particularly explosive, even at room temperature: perhaps if the reactants (i.e., usually aluminum and some metal oxide) were in nanoparticle form. This was touched upon in an interesting Ph.D. thesis on the behavior of thermite nanoparticles by John Joseph Granier from Texas Tech:

http://tinyurl.com/2jy58b

What if the lathering phenomenon we observe is just thermite nanoparticle dust clouds being spit out through the ventilation systems in the WTC towers? (And yes, there is plenty of photo evidence that WTC7, like WTC1, underwent all sorts of lathering before it was destroyed, albeit by a different mechanism, one that apparently required a much darker lathering agent).

Anyway, all that aside, yet another way to make the nanoparticle thermite reaction even more explosive may be to trigger the whole reaction with ultrashort laser pulses, a relatively new development in laser technology for which Ahmed H. Zewail won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1999.

You can always look this one up on Wikipedia, but I prefer the following short and sweet description of ultrashort laser-induced chemical reactions:

http://tinyurl.com/yqzf99

I have a feeling some thugs out there, possibly from Raytheon et al, are laughing their heads of at how far off I am on this one, but it's always good to put your best guess forward anyway. Any chemists, amateur or professional, care to lend a hand in attempts to elucidate details of the dustification process, that would be fine by me for sure. Fellow guessers always welcome!

Shirley Heezgay said...

...and what about the money?

If in doubt, follow ALL the money! Is it coincidence the amount of money made because of 9/11? And who made it?

Anyone doubting that should give their heads a shake.

LifeBeginsAt200MPH said...

"Military leaders repeatedly and urgently requested — and were denied — the device, which uses energy beams instead of bullets and lets soldiers break up unruly crowds without firing a shot.

It's a ray gun that neither kills nor maims, but the Pentagon has refused to deploy it out of concern that the weapon itself might be seen as a torture device."

Note the terms, "deployment denied" and "neither kills nor maims".

And it takes one HELL of a lot LESS power to "irritate" someones skin at a couple of hundred yards than it does to destroy or "dustify" or "lather" a building from space.

That's the whole key to the lunacy behind DEW being used to down the WTC's. If it was a space based platform, the thing would have to be about as big as WTC7 itself. It takes a 747 to haul around enough equipment to just put a 2 inch laser dot on a missile to just heat it up enough to put if off course.

If there was any kind of "space beam DEW" weapon that would be capable of bringing down the towers, it could be seen with the naked eye in broad daylight.

DEW used to bring down the WTC's = lunacy.

LifeBeginsAt200MPH said...

"At present, directed-energy systems "are barely limping along with enough money just to prove that they can work,"

Regarding use of directed-energy space weapons, Beason advised that "we'll eventually see it."

"However, present-day systems are far too messy. Most high-powered chemical lasers -- in the megawatt-class -- require onboard fuels and oxidizers to crank out the amount of energy useful for strategic applications. Stability of such a laser system rooted in space is also wanting."

http://tinyurl.com/8x3qe

H Nicole said...

The mistake most non-chemists make in DEW-energy arguments is they completely ignore the potentially large energy input from a chemical reaction such as the one I've proposed above. In fact, nanoparticle aluminum (one of the reactants for the thermite reaction) is so reactive, it is purposely coated with an oxide layer just to make it safe for shipping and handling.

All a laser would have to do is remove that oxide layer -- and possibly in only a small sample of the nanodust to trigger the chain reaction, like a match to propane -- and ka-boom!

I'm guessing even just the ray guns mentioned in the recent news article could do the trick to start a chemical reaction that could take down a thoroughly lathered WTC tower.

In fact, the problem is probably just the opposite of what most physicists, mechanical engineers, etc., are complaining about in terms of energy requirements -- the main problem is probably more in LIMITING the energy produced in a directed, controlled fashion.

H Nicole said...

As for the WTC7 "controlled demolition" distraction...

Larry Silverstein's commment "pull it" is probably the single most scripted line in this entire murderous fraud called 9/11.

I am expecting Silverstein any minute now, according to a script that was carefully written possibly over a decade ago for all we know, to finally "come clean" about that "pull it" comment as follows:

Newsflash: Larry Silverstein admitted that WTC7 was destroyed by controlled demolition and the entire 9/11 Truth Movement goes down the toilet with this revealing announcement today

Dateline NYC: Larry Silverstein announced today that WTC7 was, indeed, taken down by controlled demolition on 9/11/01. "As everybody in tall building construction knows, demolition plans are always built into the buildings at the outset, even before the first concrete is poured. For WTC7, we had access to the most advanced built-in demolition technologies of the day, and detonation devices were pre-planted in the building construction for the future day when the building would, as all buildings eventually have to be, demolished."

Mr. Silverstein then went on to say, "9/11 was a national tragedy caused by those horrible brown-skinned people with turbans. I feel for the families who have had to endure the 9/11 Truth Movement up until now, and I apologize for not coming out sooner with this, but my best friend and ally in crime, George Bush, made me promise, for national security reasons, to keep this quiet. On that fateful day, we knew WTC7 was a loss from all the damage done by dust falling on it, and for national security reasons that I can not mention, we decided to "pull it" with the pre-planted explosives.

"Again, I apologize to the families of 9/11 for having to endure all those 9/11 Truthers up until this time, but you now have my full permission to flush them all down the toilet and possibly even arrest many of them for their acts of terrorism against the US."

H Nicole said...

As we honor our fallen military heroes and soon will also be honoring those who died on 9/11/01, I want to do a personal tribute to another band of heroes who most likely died in 9/11-related treachery -- the honorable scientists.

Before I do so let me just say that, as much as I am always laying into the guys out there on gender issues, I believe a lot of these problems stem from simple, absent-minded natural tendencies of XY's in general. I don't think most men consciously go out of their way to behave the way they sometimes do toward women, especially when the men gather together in a group and male group-behavior just automatically takes over and dominates everything.

To this end, I must say that my greatest supporters in science by far were all men -- men who got to know me and my scientific work one-on-one.

One of these great men was Don Wiley of Harvard University.

I am not going to claim we were anywhere near close friends, but it is pretty safe to say we were great mutual admirers of each others' work.

It was easy on my part because Don Wiley was well known for his work and was probably slated for a Nobel Prize if he continued his aggressive attack on Mother Nature's worst viruses and diseases.

It was more heroic on his part because I was young, certainly not established, and pretty controversial right out of the batter's box on just about every one of my publications, not to mention my highly controversial legal battles with a pharmaceutical company at the time(at least as the relatively safe, sheltered lives of academic scientists go).

One of my proudest moments as a young scientist was being openly and publicly invited by Don Wiley, despite all the controversies, to present my work in a lecture at Harvard in the mid-90's (note that even then, which is fairly recent, in a room of about 30-40 male scientists who attended my lecture, I was the only woman other than a young lab technician).

Don Wiley was killed on November 21, 2001, under highly suspect circumstances in what I believed in the back of my mind even at the time was probably a 9/11 related incident. It was initially slated as a suicide (there is no way in hell this guy was suicidal -- a bit of a maniac, full of passion about his science like me, yes -- but suicidal? No friggin' way).

Though the "suicide" was oddly changed to "accident" within a few months of the initial death, it was always a murder to me.

I had a young infant at the time, however, and was already pregnant with number two, so spending time investigating the circumstances of a possible murder was not a priority for me, and besides, what the heck was I going to do about it -- get myself murdered along the way?

I was shocked and awed this week when, in my usual online investigations into 9/11 treachery, I came across a web site by a woman named Devvy Kidd who is completely devoted to uncovering "the murder of Don Wiley."

http://www.devvy.com/wiley_20020120.html

Not only that, she has been investigating and tallying a list of several "questionable deaths" of microbiologists immediately following the anthrax attacks on October 19, 2001.

http://www.devvy.com/200301161952.html

Don Wiley was just number two on her list of ten, but he seems to be the one she has investigated the most.

I want to add to this list a student of Dr. Judy Wood's named Michael Zebuhr who was also murdered under questionable circumstances most likely having something to do with 9/11 treachery, on March 18, 2006, in Minneapolis, MN:

http://michaelzebuhr.blogspot.com/

Before I go ahead and make this post one of my longest in history by actually listing out all the names below, let me just put in a disclaimer right now that I do not agree with Devvy Kidd's views on MoveOn.org (she calls this organization a "communist front") and I most definitely do not agree with her puritanical view of gays (it's all sinful sodomy to her).

That said, my hats off to her excellent research and reporting on 9/11 issues, including the following list, which I honor here, in memory -- ten microbiologists who died in late 2001 and 2002 under questionable circumstances, and one budding mechanical engineer who also died under questionable circumstances in Minneapolis in March 18, 2006:

First anthrax attacks in the U.S.: October 19, 2001

November 12, 2001:

Dr. Benito Que, a cell biologist working on infectious diseases like HIV, was found dead outside his laboratory at the Miami Medical School. This murder was accomplished as the scientist left his job at University of Miami's School of Medicine. He headed for his car, a white Ford Explorer parked on Northwest 10th Avenue. The word among his friends is that four men armed with a baseball bat attacked him at his car.

November 14, 2001:

Dr. Don C. Wiley leaves the St. Jude's Children Research Advisory Dinner in Memphis, TN. Dr. Wiley was one of the world's most highly renoun biochemists who worked at Harvard. Thirty-five days later, Dr. Wiley's body was fished out of the Mississippi River, 300 miles south of where he allegedly jumped from the Hernando DeSoto Bridge.

November 23, 2001:

Dr. Vladimir Pasechnik, a former microbiologist for Biopreparat, the Soviet biological-weapons production facility was found dead in Wiltshire, England. Dr. Pasechnik defected from the Soviet Union in 1989. His revelations about the scale of the Soviet Union's production of such biological agents as anthrax, plague, tularaemia and smallpox provided an inside account of one of the best kept secrets of the Cold War. Cause of death: stroke

December 10, 2001:

Dr. Robert M. Schwartz was found murdered in Leesberg, Virginia. Dr. Schwartz was a well-known DNA sequencing researcher. He founded the Virginia Biotechnology Association where he worked on DNA sequencing for 15 years. He was stabbed to death.

December 14, 2001:

Microbioligst Set Van Nguyen, a 15 year employee at the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation's animal diseases facility in Geelong, Australia. . Victoria. Set Van Nguyen, 44, appeared to have died after entering an airlock into a storage laboratory filled with nitrogen. He was killed after entering a low temperature storage area where biological samples were kept.

February 8, 2002:

The head of the microbiology sub-faculty of the Russian State Medical University, Victor Korshunov found dead of head injuries in the entrance of the house in Academician Bakulev Street, Moscow, where the 56-year-old scientist lived.

According to Pravda it was the third death of a scientist within a few weeks. In January, the Russian Academy of Science lost two scientists, both well known around the world. Academician Ivan Glebov died as a result of a bandit attack in St Petersburg and corresponding Member of the Academy of Science Alexi Brushlinski was killed in Moscow."

February 16, 2002:

Dr. Ian Langford found dead at his blood-spattered and apparently ransacked home. Langford was a Senior Fellow at the University of East Anglia's Centre for Social and Economic Research on the Global Environment (UK), was discovered on Monday night by police and ambulance men. The body was naked from the waist down and partly wedged under a chair. Cause of death: not determined by post-mortem examination.

February 27, 2002:

Dr. Tanya Holzmayer, a pioneering scientist, murdered by a former colleague, Guyang Huang. He shot her when she opened her front door of her Mt. View, California home. Mr. Huang then conventiently killed himself. Case closed. Dr. Holzmayer was a Russian born genomic scientist who had co-invented a tool that has helped find hundreds of molecular targets to combat cancer and HIV. Holzmayer and her family came to the United States in 1989. (Same year Dr. Pasechnik, also now deceased, defected from the Soviet Union.)

March 25,.2002:

Denver, CO, Dr. Steven Mostow died in a small plane crash. Dr. Mostow, 63, was one of the country's leading infectious disease experts and was Associate Dean at the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center. Mostow was an exprrt on the threat of bioterrorism.

March 27, 2002:

David Wynn-Williams, an award-winning microbiologist died when he was struck by a vehicle while out jogging (England). In 2000 he was appointed leader of the Antarctic Astrobiology Project, which explores the effects of environmental stress at the limits of life on Earth. Wynn-Williams had assessed the capability of microbes to adapt to environmental extremes, including the bombardment of ultraviolet rays and global warming.

March 18, 2006

Michael Zebuhr, an engineering graduate at Clemson University and one of Dr. Judy Wood's students, died after being shot in the forehead twice, execution style, by an armed robber in a safe neighborhood of Minneopolis after he and his mother and sister just finished a quiet dinner. The robber appears to have had no motive since Michael gave no resistance to any of the robber's demands, including handing over his mother's purse. Michael was a student member of Scholars for 9/11 Truth (see www.st911.org) and had just completed laboratory work that was somewhat critical of the "molten steel" claims of Dr. Steven Jones. The district attorney in charge of the case, which smacks of a cover-up in many ways, is now the recently elected Democratic senator of Minnesota, Senator Amy Klobuchar.

moneysmith said...

h nic, that is a truly fascinating post -- about the scientists who've died recently. Thanks!

Anonymous said...

Good grief....Don't you know it was really Travolta, Cruise, and the rest of Zenu's followers.

moneysmith said...

Was that supposed to be funny, anon? If it was, you could probably get a job on Fox's "Half Hour News Hour." Oh wait -- that show was canceled. Well, there's always Dennis Miller. He needs more "jokes" that aren't funny.

H Nicole said...

Mike Daisy, monologist, does an excellent 1-hour show on L. Ron Hubbard. Funny, revealing, highly recommended.

No, I am not a scientologist, but I also don't hold it against anybody who is. You know, live and let live and all that stuff, or didn't anybody teach you that one, anon, along with not to mess with a eulogy to dead people -- just in case they can hear you? Think you are really "anon" to them? I am not particularly superstitious and even I don't mess with that one, but as I say, live and let live...