I have never been a believer in the idea that December 21, 2012 will be a day of catastrophic change. First the most often-mentioned source of the destruction, this supposed planet Nibiru, doesn’t appear to be there. It is claimed to be on an elliptical orbit, but there’s a problem with that. Specifically, elliptical orbits violate Kepler’s Law. In other words, such an orbit can’t exist. There is apparently a large planet lurking at the extreme limits of the solar system, but it is no threat and will never be a threat. Another claim has been that a massive solar outburst will take place. But the sun is quiet now, and, in fact, the present solar max won’t reach its climax until next summer.
A police officer in the British Midlands observed a fast moving UFO with a pulsing blue light operating near the Birmingham airport. There is no reason to doubt this account.
Yet another close encounter with a huge black triangle. There are many, many of these cases being reported in the US midwest. Are these triangles ours or theirs? So far, the answer to that question remains unclear.
In the midst of frantic Christmas shopping, here’s something you should know: A new study shows that men and women use different techniques to find their cars in crowded parking lots. Women rely more on visible landmarks (and often take huge detours while searching), while men are better at estimating distances and are thus more likely to take a direct route to the vehicle.