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The K-Files


Welcome to this week's installment of The K-Files. Seems hard to believe, but the month of May is already upon us. Maybe it's just me, but time seems to be passing at an exponentially faster rate.

But anyway, this week I will give my $0.02 on Eric Julien and his prediction that comet fragments are going to kill us all around May 25. This is a story that started innocently enough, but has grown into one of the more bizarre fusions of astronomy, exopolitics, and anti-war propaganda that I can remember.

You'd better get ready, 'cause here come The K-Files...

:: Special Report ::

Impending doom?

Former Military Air Traffic Controller Claims Comet Collision with Earth on May 25, 2006

US Newswire - Thu Apr 13

Eric Julien, a former French military air traffic controller and senior airport manager, has completed a study of the comet 73P Schwassmann-Wachmann and declared that a fragment is highly likely to impact the Earth on or around May 25, 2006.

Comet Schwassman-Wachmann follows a five-year orbit that crosses the solar system's ecliptic plane. It has followed its five year orbit intact for centuries; but, in 1995, mysteriously fragmented.

Most prognosticators and visionaries give predictions just vague and far-off enough that most people forget the details. Except for maybe Coast to Coast AM guest Dr. Louis Turi, most of the forecasts are long-term. Not so for Eric Julien and his prediction for impending doom from comet impact.

When this story first broke on Coast to Coast AM, I was initially concerned. The credentials for Eric Julien are impressive enough to incline me to believe what he has to say. And, what is equally interesting about his story is the timeline—He predicts impact around May 25, less than a month away.

But the story didn't stop there.

What started as a simple doomsday scenario has turned unexpectedly into an exo-political debate. Because, according to Julien, the cause of the possible impact will not be a natural occurrence, but rather some kind of a threat from alien intelligences. Julien claims that crop circles (including one in which it shows a solar system void of the Earth) are signs that aliens are displeased with our warring ways. I'm not sure I follow the connection between crop circles and nuclear proliferation, but it sure sounds like the aliens aren't happy with us.

Then the story got even less credible. Julien didn't stop with his anti-war spin on an astronomical event. No, he had to throw US politics in there, too. Because, not only are the aliens worried about nuclear weapons, but more specifically they displease of the Bush administration's supposed plan for a a preemptive strike against Iran.

I love how this airport manager has such detailed knowledge about the thoughts and intentions of an alien intelligence he has never met nor knows anything about. Sounds to me like someone's trying to milk their 15 minutes of fame to cause a bit of panic and deliver their political message.

This story has received enough attention that NASA and several astronomers posted a rebuttal to his prediction. I will admit that I was a tad worried there for a few minutes, but as the story progressed, I can see it for what it is: hogwash. Though, what's great about the May 25 deadline is that it will be fresh enough in everyone's mind that we can really bash Julien when nothing happens.


Well, that's all for this week. I trust you enjoyed your trip into this shadowy nether-realm known only as the K-Files.

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Keep your eyes peeled for the next  K-Files, arriving sometime next week. Later.

~Khyron, 2006.


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