Aleutian U-235 – Year of the Dog – Radiation & Solar Storm

Aleutian U-235 – Year of the Dog – Radiation & Solar Storm

Aleutian U-235 - Year of the Dog - Arctic Radation & Solar Storm

The title of this article may sound like a sci-fi movie. Are the following news items ingredients for a strange thing happening? 

One day before the beginning of the Chinese New year, mainstream media is reporting events that can shake the world silently. The Chinese New Year officially begins on February 16th, 2018, and ends on March 2nd and will be celebrated all over the world.
The Year of the Dog will have it's own personal characteristics, just like any other year in the Chinese Zodiac calendar. Each year is connected to a 12-year cycle. The next Year of the Dog will be in 2030. Some thing that are considered Lucky for the Year of the Dog are:
  • Lucky numbers: 3, 4, 9
  • Lucky colors: red, green, and purple
  • Lucky flowers: rose, cymbidium orchids

The 5 Elements

Each character in the horoscope also has it's own element. There are five elements:
  • Metal
  • Water
  • Wood
  • Fire
  • Earth
The cycle of 12-years is connected to these 5 elements.

12 Chinese Zodiac Animals

  • Monkey
  • Rooster
  • Rat
  • Pig
  • Tiger
  • Rabbit
  • Snake
  • Horse
  • Ox
  • Dragon
  • Sheep
  • Dog
Interesting to note that our current president of the U.S.A. Donald Trump is also a Dog according to the Chinese horoscope.

Donald Trump . June 14, 1946 . Fire Dog

2018 is an Earth Dog Year.

Some news items surfaced a day before the Chinese New Year.

Enriched Uranium Particle Appears Over Alaska

transnukeIt was on August 3 2016 when a plane flying over the Aleutian Islands, equipped with a Spectrometer detected an uranium particle. A single speck of enriched uranium floating 7 kilometers above Alaska. The sample was about half the size of a red blood cell. The spectrometer on board was brought on the plane to analyze standard-issue pollution. Along a mix traces of chemicals from burning oil, they found the uranium-235 particle. The sample has a relatively high percentage of uranium-235 content. Refined enough for a nuclear reactor. The researchers don't understand how it got there up in the sky above Alaska.
"It's not a significant amount of radioactive debris by itself," Dan Murphy, a National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration scientist and one of the paper's authors, told Gizmodo, which originally reported on the paper. “But it’s the implication [of this finding is] that there's some very small source of uranium that we don’t don't understand." - Source: - 02.15.2018

This happened not so long ago. August 3 2016 is 562 days in the past. Or 1 year, 6 months, 13 days. But stranger things like uranium-235 can work for a very long time. And who know what's more up there in the sky? "... a mix traces of chemicals from burning oil"
In 2017 the were various news reports regarding Alaska and also Antarctica.
"In the last few months, the world’s political and religious leaders have been making trips to the continent at the bottom of the world—Antarctica." - Source: - 01.22.2017

Secret Nazi military base discovered by Russian scientists in the Arctic

"A secret Nazi military base in the Arctic has been discovered by Russian scientists. The site – located on the island of Alexandra Land 1,000km from the North Pole 0150 was constructed in 1942, a year after Adolf Hitler invaded Russia. It was codenamed “Schatzgraber” or “Treasure Hunter” by the Germans and was primarily used as a tactical weather station." - Source: - 10.21.2016  

And the notorious HAARP machine is located in Alaska. Many theories and stories regarding this project.  

HAARP schedules first experiments since UAF takeover

“One of the projects will create an artificial aurora,” Mitchell said. “It will not be visible by the naked eye but should be able to pick it up with cameras. And then they’re testing the feasibility of using HAARP to do some over-the-horizon radar applications, take a look at the sea ice on the Arctic ocean, perhaps by bouncing transmissions off of the ionosphere.” - Source: - 02.21.2017

As far as we know is HAARP not using any u-235 for it's experiments. How did that u-235 particle arrive there above Alaska? Some say the North Koreans did it. This u-235 event was reported in various mainstream news on february 15, 2018.
"Despite their efforts, the scientists have not been able to explain where the mystery molecule originated. Their initial analysis showed that the source was not a nuclear disaster, such as Fukushima or Chernobyl, because it was not reactor-grade uranium. In addition, they tried to investigate whether the source was actually burnt fuel contaminated with uranium, but after examining the direction of the wind, they concluded that even if this was the case, the location of origin could only be narrowed down to the entire continent of Asia." - Source: - 02.15.2018

Solar Storm in Motion

A day before the Dog Year started mainstream media reported a huge solar storm coming to planet Earth. The G-1 or 'minor' storm could become a G-2 'moderate storm' according to the NOAA.
"The solar particles are expected to hit Earth either today or tomorrow The storm was created by a solar flare - a large explosion in the sun's atmosphere - which generated charged particles earlier this week. The charged particles from the sun are moving towards Earth, and they could disrupt power grids, spacecraft and satellite operations." - Source: - 02.15.2018

"NOAA predicts that high latitudes will have a 55 percent chance of geomagnetic storms as the CME hurls towards the planet. This is due to the sun sending out a long duration C class solar flare that produced the CME approaching Earth." - Source: - 02.16.2018

Ruthenium-106 Above Europe

Not only in the sky above Alaska a particle with radiation was detected. Europe also had some radioactivity in her clouds.

Around October 2017 several organizations began detecting unusual levels of radioactivity across Europe. The particles were traced somewhere around the Ural Mountains and are harmless to people, as they say. This month the French Institute of Radio protective and Nuclear Security (IRSN) published a report.  They tried to find out what caused the discharge of ruthenium-106, a radioactive nucleotide. It's something that doesn't occur naturally and it's created by splitting atoms in a reactor. Some say it was the Russians. The Russians don't agree with this. The IRSN was able to follow the radioactivity to it's origin. They used weather patterns and data from various sources.
"As early as November they were able to say with a decent degree of accuracy that the event likely took place somewhere near the border between Russia and Kazakhstan in the Ural Mountains. This new report closes in ever further, however, and suggests that the isotopes came from a Russian nuclear facility in the region called the Mayak Production Association." - Source: - 02.16.2018

Sun, Uranium-235 and Ruthenium-106

Solar storm particles arriving on Earth at this moment. Dancing with some radio active particles in the sky. Is this a freaky formula made by a mad scientist?

Some say the North Koreans did it. Or maybe the Chinese. Why would they do this? To create a festival screen in the sky for the New Year celebrations? A Vulcan would say: it's not logic. Because many people don't like to eat an Atomic Dog. And many are too much focused on their smartphone and not watching the sky. Maybe some E.T.'s have a taste for nuclear clouds? Reality is getting stranger with these things happening. Perhaps this is the beginning of a new adventure for mankind.

Once upon a time in the sky, above the Aleutian Islands...

Happy New Year 2018