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Anyone listening to COAST right now?

 
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Anyone listening to COAST right now?
Marshall Masters talking about PLANET X, BLUE KACHINA, etc. Your thoughts?
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03/19/2013 12:45 AM
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Re: Anyone listening to COAST right now?
I would, but unless there's another way to hear it I can't pay for it.
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03/19/2013 12:50 AM
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Re: Anyone listening to COAST right now?
I would, but unless there's another way to hear it I can't pay for it.
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KFI and KOGO are usually pretty good. Click "listen live".
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03/19/2013 12:51 AM
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Re: Anyone listening to COAST right now?
I would, but unless there's another way to hear it I can't pay for it.
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KFI and KOGO are usually pretty good. Click "listen live".
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Thanks!
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03/19/2013 12:57 AM
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Re: Anyone listening to COAST right now?
I would, but unless there's another way to hear it I can't pay for it.
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KFI and KOGO are usually pretty good. Click "listen live".
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Thanks!
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You're welcome. Happy listening!
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03/19/2013 01:06 AM
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Re: Anyone listening to COAST right now?
I would, but unless there's another way to hear it I can't pay for it.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 8625086


KFI and KOGO are usually pretty good. Click "listen live".
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Thanks!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 8625086


You're welcome. Happy listening!
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I thought it was a pay-to-listen only gig and was pretty disappointed. Thanks again.

Oh, and this guy had a pretty good point about people being faced with these topics with denial/fear. Most people aren't big fans about talking about this stuff with the same passion or interest.

The point of all this is to get to the truth or solve the puzzle and figure out what we're not being told. Even if it's ugly. I think it's interest stuff and to have an alternate perspective other than the lamestream media is refreshing. It's good to hear people truly concerned about what's going on, rather than those robotic scripted faces on the news.
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03/19/2013 01:14 AM
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KFI and KOGO are usually pretty good. Click "listen live".
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Thanks!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 8625086


You're welcome. Happy listening!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1509624


I thought it was a pay-to-listen only gig and was pretty disappointed. Thanks again.

Oh, and this guy had a pretty good point about people being faced with these topics with denial/fear. Most people aren't big fans about talking about this stuff with the same passion or interest.

The point of all this is to get to the truth or solve the puzzle and figure out what we're not being told. Even if it's ugly. I think it's interest stuff and to have an alternate perspective other than the lamestream media is refreshing. It's good to hear people truly concerned about what's going on, rather than those robotic scripted faces on the news.
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What do you think the sceptics and debunkers will say/do if something is ever undeniably visible and incoming, (besides shitting their pants).
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03/19/2013 01:16 AM
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I'm trying very hard to understand how Planet X coming in on the ''eliptical'' is affecting how we see Planet X and why it's difficult to see.
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03/19/2013 01:28 AM
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Thanks!
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You're welcome. Happy listening!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1509624


I thought it was a pay-to-listen only gig and was pretty disappointed. Thanks again.

Oh, and this guy had a pretty good point about people being faced with these topics with denial/fear. Most people aren't big fans about talking about this stuff with the same passion or interest.

The point of all this is to get to the truth or solve the puzzle and figure out what we're not being told. Even if it's ugly. I think it's interest stuff and to have an alternate perspective other than the lamestream media is refreshing. It's good to hear people truly concerned about what's going on, rather than those robotic scripted faces on the news.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 8625086


What do you think the sceptics and debunkers will say/do if something is ever undeniably visible and incoming, (besides shitting their pants).
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1509624


People will make up their own explanations without fully investigating. Not exactly denial, but ignoring the elephant in the room sort of thing.
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You're welcome. Happy listening!
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I thought it was a pay-to-listen only gig and was pretty disappointed. Thanks again.

Oh, and this guy had a pretty good point about people being faced with these topics with denial/fear. Most people aren't big fans about talking about this stuff with the same passion or interest.

The point of all this is to get to the truth or solve the puzzle and figure out what we're not being told. Even if it's ugly. I think it's interest stuff and to have an alternate perspective other than the lamestream media is refreshing. It's good to hear people truly concerned about what's going on, rather than those robotic scripted faces on the news.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 8625086


What do you think the sceptics and debunkers will say/do if something is ever undeniably visible and incoming, (besides shitting their pants).
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1509624


People will make up their own explanations without fully investigating. Not exactly denial, but ignoring the elephant in the room sort of thing.
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Yup. Or a mixed bag of reactions like in the movie Deep Impact.
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03/19/2013 01:49 AM
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Re: Anyone listening to COAST right now?
I'm trying very hard to understand how Planet X coming in on the ''eliptical'' is affecting how we see Planet X and why it's difficult to see.
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It took us until the 1930's to find Pluto. And that was by a guy who knew it was there, roughly where it was and it took him a couple of years of looking to finally find it.

The only reason we see comets at all is because they develop a very bright and visible tail. If X is on a highly elliptical orbit like a comet and never develops a tail, we won't see it until it is right on top of us, likely inside the orbit of Pluto or closer.

If the orbit is highly elliptical it will hardly move against the background stars making it hard to spot. That's even if it is illuminated enough by the sun to actually see it. We may have found X 20 years ago, but since it doesn't appear to move against the stars we just assume it is a very small and distant star.
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Re: Anyone listening to COAST right now?
What if the asteroid belt is what is left of what was suppose to be our binary star?
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I thought it was a pay-to-listen only gig and was pretty disappointed. Thanks again.

Oh, and this guy had a pretty good point about people being faced with these topics with denial/fear. Most people aren't big fans about talking about this stuff with the same passion or interest.

The point of all this is to get to the truth or solve the puzzle and figure out what we're not being told. Even if it's ugly. I think it's interest stuff and to have an alternate perspective other than the lamestream media is refreshing. It's good to hear people truly concerned about what's going on, rather than those robotic scripted faces on the news.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 8625086


What do you think the sceptics and debunkers will say/do if something is ever undeniably visible and incoming, (besides shitting their pants).
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1509624


People will make up their own explanations without fully investigating. Not exactly denial, but ignoring the elephant in the room sort of thing.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 8625086


Yup. Or a mixed bag of reactions like in the movie Deep Impact.
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Haha he just mentioned that now! Good call!
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03/19/2013 01:59 AM
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What do you think the sceptics and debunkers will say/do if something is ever undeniably visible and incoming, (besides shitting their pants).
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1509624


People will make up their own explanations without fully investigating. Not exactly denial, but ignoring the elephant in the room sort of thing.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 8625086


Yup. Or a mixed bag of reactions like in the movie Deep Impact.
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Haha he just mentioned that now! Good call!
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He gave it a 10. And just a matter of WHEN.
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Re: Anyone listening to COAST right now?
I feel like we've been getting tons of these warnings for awhile now and it's like Jesus is running back for the last couple sheep so to speak. But who knows? It could be another false alarm. I do feel a little complacent at times with the warnings. If I had been actually preparing for the past couple years in some way, I'd probably be better off. I'm not in denial of the possibility of doom or the fact I'm probably going to be one of those suckers caught by the wave. I'm OK with that. I've been swimming a lot lately!
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Re: Anyone listening to COAST right now?
Masters was promoting "00skyview" on ctc tonight. Interesting, since I had direct communication with him about skyview a year ago on youtube and informed him of their thefts, hoaxes and lies. He knows the truth, he accepted it back then. Now he's decided to support them and claim that they're for real. He's realized that people will fall for it anyway. That makes him far worse than a PXtard in my book; he's not even a true believer, he'll just say and support whatever he feels he can get away with in order to hype his PX nonsense.
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I feel like we've been getting tons of these warnings for awhile now and it's like Jesus is running back for the last couple sheep so to speak. But who knows? It could be another false alarm. I do feel a little complacent at times with the warnings. If I had been actually preparing for the past couple years in some way, I'd probably be better off. I'm not in denial of the possibility of doom or the fact I'm probably going to be one of those suckers caught by the wave. I'm OK with that. I've been swimming a lot lately!
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HA! Your chances are probably better in the water...ride it out. The further out the better. The coasts are going to be the worst place especially if something hits close to shore.

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