What’s Old Is New Again

Some recent news that looks like old news to me.

Written 30 August 2011 regarding an event from 28 February 2011:


It is February 28, 2011…Delta flight 3948.

A lady sitting a few rows ahead of me feels faint and we had to land in St. Louis (I think that’s the correct city).

What I forgot to mention: I was actually ticketed to sit further back. A father and daughter {I think} were separated and I switched seats with the father so that they could sit together. Had it not been for that, I wouldn’t have been able to see and hear what happened as well as I did.

Christine Mai-Duc, “United Airlines flight bound for LAX diverted in Colorado after passengers become ill,” Los Angeles Times, 22 July 2015:


A United Airlines jet en route from Denver to Los Angeles was diverted to Grand Junction, Colo., and met by firefighters after several passengers reported feeling ill.

Firefighters evaluated 10 to 15 passengers, who reported feeling light-headed, nauseous and having headaches, Montgomery said. All of them were sitting next to or near the person who initially became ill, Montgomery said. That person was transported to the hospital for further evaluation.

“It looks like there was a medical event with one person, and that caused a little bit of a chain reaction in several other people,” Montgomery said, adding that the incident created a “stressful situation” on the aircraft.

Only recently gave this any serious thought. The SANGUINE accidentally discovered side-effect of intoxication might be it:


Project SANGUINE – Ostensibly created by US Navy to study ELF and create SHELF (Super Hard ELF) The Naval Aerospace Medical Research Laboratory in Pensacola, Florida, in the course of their tests carried out in Project SANGUINE, in Clam Lake, WI, discovered that exposure to the magnetic field component in the SANGUINE antenna – within ELF field of 45 to 74 Hz. – produced stress identical to gross alcohol consumption.

Wonder if short-range/on plane or long-range/outside plane.

Note also how little the Department of Defense thinks about the use of directed energy weapons in general with regards to civil rights.

Next, the recent “Saucy Jack” post about the decline in catching serial killers and how that may further political goals in some sectors.

David Lohr, “Neal Falls, Man Killed By Escort, Had Cache Of Weapons And List Of Prostitutes, Police Say,” Huffington Post, 23 July 2015:


The items, as well as statements the woman said Falls made to her, led police to suspect he may have been involved in other unsolved crimes.

Police also found a list containing the names of an unspecified number of women inside the man’s vehicle.

“We have examined as many investigation avenues as we can and have not been able to come up with much information about him,” Cooper said. “It does not appear he had a residence and we’ve done a thorough background and the only family members that come up are either deceased or unable to be found. We’ve got very little information on this guy. It’s almost like he was a ghost.”


And how “accidents” can make news networks rethink their strategies, especially after experiencing shock and awe.


NBC reports another Amtrak train that left same station had windshield shattered by projectile and it is suspicion of NTSB was something happened to one that derailed.

So, no matter how rational people at NBC are, they will make some connection if only internally, if only unconsciously. It is human nature to try to figure out how to better survive, part of evolution.

Glenn Greenwald, “NBC News Releases the Long-Awaited Trailer for its Summer Horror Film About ISIS,” First Look/The Intercept, 23 July 2015:


And one of the least lethal things out there gets far, far more attention than the ones that are far more so.


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