Jack Reacher must uncover the truth behind a major government conspiracy in order to clear his name. On the run as a fugitive from the law, Reacher uncovers a potential secret from his past that could change his life forever.
Cruise still remembers Mary’s phone number from his time in East Van.
Cruise was a baby during Operation Fishbowl. His parents thought the world was going to end during the Cuban missile crisis. They were trying to find a bunker for baby Cruise.
Blasting Through The Firmament
After the U.S and Soviet Union discovered the Firmament, in 1962 these 2 nations launched Operation Fishbowl (U.S.A) and a larger Operation called Dominic(U.S.A) and Russia started their program called the K project both projects sent a series of nuclear missiles launched up into Earth’s magnetic shield which damaged United States, United Kingdom, and Soviet satellites and repelled the missiles back down to Earth.
List of several names for the Firmament
1. Van Allen Belts
2. Invisible Plasma Shield
3. Plasmaspheric hiss
Why the US Launched a Spy Rocket With an Earth-Sucking Octopus On It … cryptic insignia badges are commonly used in covert Psyops and …
“ An advanced reconnaissance satellite modified to detect the unique gravitational distortions caused by alien craft in flight. ”
– Engineering description, XCOM: Enemy Unknown
“ Proper satellite coverage is crucial to managing global panic levels. Each Satellite Uplink facility within XCOM HQ is constantly monitored by our engineers, and is capable of supporting two satellites. Assuming uplink facilities are available, additional satellites can be assembled in Engineering. Once manufacturing is completed, the new satellite can be launched via the Situation Room. ”
– XCOM Database, XCOM: Enemy Unknown
For 20 years, astrobiologists have been eyeing Europa as a potential hot spot for life.
“My modest thought about what kind of life might be at Europa involves the kinds of things that we see at heads of thermal vents [on Earth], mainly microorganisms,” Steve Vance, who is a member of the Europa mission science team at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, told Business Insider.
“But in my bolder moments … I wonder if Europa could have the kind of vigorous biosphere that Earth has that supports larger forms of life,” Vance said.
Larger forms being anything from small fish to modestly-sized octopi. What might these animals look like?
“But the problem with satellites is how vulnerable they are —they get wiped out by … NRO was working with the CIA on Stealth birds at a clip of about $9 billion a …
What, exactly, does Scientology say about space aliens?
In the materials for OT III (Operating Thetan level 3), L. Ron Hubbard writes that, 75 million years ago, the head of the Galactic Federation, made up of 76 planets, was a being named Xenu. Faced with an overpopulation problem, he brought beings to this planet, blew them up with hydrogen bombs, and packaged them. Their spirits now infest our bodies: he says “One’s body is a mass of individual thetans stuck to oneself or to the body.” Scientologists at this level try to rid themselves of these thetans (spirits) by helping each one to remember the painful experiences of being blown up like that.
Let’s release Tom Cruise’s engrams from almost being blown up during Operation Fishbowl. LRH says he should release those nuclear spirits of his parents fighting over a bunker for 6 day old Tom Cruise. This is what your Father and Mother were fighting over:
On 9 July 1962, at 09:00:09 UTC, which was nine seconds after 10 p.m. (on 8 July 1962) Johnston Island local time, the Starfish Prime test was successfully detonated at an altitude of 400 kilometers (250 mi). The coordinates of the detonation were 16 degrees, 28 minutes North latitude, 169 degrees, 38 minutes West longitude (30 km., or about 18 miles, southwest of Johnston Island).(11) The actual weapon yield was very close to the design yield, which has been described by various sources at different values in the very narrow range of 1.4 to 1.45 megatons (6.0 petajoules). (The detonation time was 9 seconds after 11 p.m. on July 8 in Honolulu.)
The Thor missile carrying the Starfish Prime warhead actually reached an apogee (maximum height) of about 1100 km. (just over 680 miles), and the warhead was detonated on its downward trajectory when it had fallen to the programmed altitude of 400 kilometers (250 miles). The nuclear warhead detonated at 13 minutes and 41 seconds after liftoff of the Thor missile.(12)
Starfish Prime caused an electromagnetic pulse (EMP) which was far larger than expected, so much larger that it drove much of the instrumentation off scale, causing great difficulty in getting accurate measurements. The Starfish Prime electromagnetic pulse also made those effects known to the public by causing electrical damage in Hawaii, about 1,445 kilometers (898 miles) away from the detonation point, knocking out about 300 streetlights, setting off numerous burglar alarms and damaging a telephone company microwave link.(11)
A total of 27 small rockets were launched from Johnston Island to obtain experimental data from the shot, with the first of the support rockets being launched 2 hours and 45 minutes before the launch of the Thor missile carrying the nuclear warhead. Most of these smaller instrumentation rockets were launched just after the time of the launch of the main Thor missile carrying the warhead. In addition, a large number of rocket-borne instruments were launched from a firing area at Barking Sands, Kauai in the Hawaiian Islands.(13)
A very large number of United States military ships and aircraft were operating in support of Starfish Prime in the Johnston Island area and across the nearby North Pacific region. A few military ships and aircraft were also positioned in the southern conjugate region for the test, which was near the Samoan Islands. In addition, an uninvited scientific expeditionary ship from the Soviet Union was stationed near Johnston Island for the test and another Soviet scientific expeditionary ship was located in the southern conjugate region.(14)
After the Starfish Prime detonation, bright auroras were observed in the detonation area as well as in the southern conjugate region on the other side of the equator from the detonation. According to one of the first technical reports, “The visible phenomena due to the burst were widespread and quite intense; a very large area of the Pacific was illuminated by the auroral phenomena, from far south of the south magnetic conjugate area (Tongatapu) through the burst area to far north of the north conjugate area (French Frigate Shoals). . . . At twilight after the burst, resonant scattering of light from lithium and other debris was observed at Johnston and French Frigate Shoals for many days confirming the long time presence of debris in the atmosphere. An interesting side effect was that the Royal New Zealand Air Force was aided in anti-submarine maneuvers by the light from the bomb.”(13)
The southern hemisphere aurora that appeared almost immediately after the detonation (in the southern conjugate region) was centered on the coordinates of 17.22°S, 175.95°W. This is pretty much directly north of Tonga and directly east of Fiji.(26)
The Starfish Prime radiation belt persisted at high altitude for many months and damaged the United States satellites Ariel, Traac, Transit 4B, Injun I and Telstar I. It also damaged the Soviet satellite Cosmos V. All of these satellites failed completely within several months of the Starfish detonation.(9) There is also evidence that the Starfish Prime radiation belt may have damaged the satellites Explorer 14, Explorer 15 and Relay 1.(16) (28)
Telstar I lasted the longest of the satellites that were clearly damaged by the Starfish Prime radiation, with its complete failure occurring on February 21, 1963.(17)