Tuesday, September 13, 2016

Brand New Never Before Seen Animation Simulation of PLANET X or PLANET 9 (Nibiru)

I have here never before seen just released real life, simulated animation of Planet 9 (Nibiru) or Planet X as some like to refer to it. It actually has a whole host of names, Elenin, Nemesis, Ison, Eris etc etc. Theres loads of names for it as it is becoming so well known everywhere in the world. Check this out. Play it in full screen you see the best results.

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This is sure going to be a hit with everyone whom knows about Nibiru, Planet X. I hope you enjoy the video and please comment on it if you can, thank you. Tim Lewis

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Planet 9

UFO Sighting in Maine, USA. Metallic Sphere Accompanied by Another One

Sighting Basics

Case Number 79126
Date of the Sighting 2016-09-13 19:32
Date Submitted 2016-09-13 20:05 (Reported Same Day)
Time Zone America/New York
Source MUFON
Summary, It was very short but I caught it just before it disappeared.
Tags sound ufo
Sighting Location
Region Maine County, United States
Latitude 45.25782
Longitude -69.44272

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Sighting Specifics
Viewing Distance 501 Feet - 1 Mile
Altitude 500 Feet or Less
Sighting Duration 00:02:00
Object Features None
Object Flight Path, Path with directional change
Object Shape Sphere

Weather Details
Max Temp 75°F / 23°C Mean
Temp 62°F / 16°C Min
Temp 50°F / 10°C
Max Visibility - Miles / - Kilometres
Mean Visibility - Miles / - Kilometres
Min Visibility - Miles / - Kilometres

Conditions
No Abnormal Weather Conditions
Sighting Statistics
• There have been 481 other sightings in Maine

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Sighting Details
I was outside on my porch swing, smoking a cigarette. Out of the corner of my eye, I noticed a shiny object in the sky. I immediately focused in on it, as there was no vapour trail, nor sound. I watched it moving across the sky, slowly descending. there was no wings, so I zoomed in with my camera to confirm it was not a plane. It seemed that it was getting further and further away and then I lost sight of it because it was going down into the trees. Not even a minute later, a second one appeared with the same exact qualities as the first. It was going in the same direction and descended into the trees as well. I was extremely intrigued as I have witnessed UFOs before, and it's a very interesting thing to think about.

Russian Hackers Leak Simone Biles and Serena Williams Medical Files and Accuse Them of Doping

The World Anti-Doping Agency (Wada) has condemned Russian hackers for leaking confidential medical files of US Olympic athletes. Athletes affected include tennis players Venus and Serena Williams and teenage gymnast Simone Biles. A group calling itself "Fancy Bears" claimed responsibility for the hack of a Wada database. After the leak, Ms Biles said she had long been taking medicine for Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder.

The hacker group had accused her of taking an "illicit psycho-stimulant", but she said she had "always followed the rules". The Rio Olympics quadruple gold medallist had obtained the necessary permission to take prescription medicine on the Wada banned drugs list, USA Gymnastics said in a statement.

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Doping Allegations

Simone Biles tweet:

Wada said in a statement that the cyber attacks were an attempt to undermine the global anti-doping system. Russian government spokesman Dmitry Peskov said it was "out of the question" that the Kremlin or secret services were involved in the hacking, Russian news agencies reported. The hackers accessed records detailing "Therapeutic Use Exemptions" (TUEs), which allow the use of banned substances due to athletes' verified medical needs. "By virtue of the TUE, Biles has not broken any drug-testing regulations, including at the Olympic Games in Rio," USA Gymnastics said. Fancy Bears said TUEs amount to "licences for doping". 'Compromising trust' Russia's track and field team were banned from the Rio Olympics over an alleged state-backed doping programme. All of its athletes are barred from the ongoing Paralympics. "Let it be known that these criminal acts are greatly compromising the effort by the global anti-doping community to re-establish trust in Russia," Wada director-general Olivier Niggli said.

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Doping Allegations



US Anti-Doping Agency chief Travis Tygart called the hack "cowardly and despicable". "In each of the situations, the athlete has done everything right in adhering to the global rules for obtaining permission to use a needed medication," he said. The US Olympic Committee has had "zero adverse findings from the Rio Olympic Games that weren't 100% within the medical guidelines set forth by anti-doping authorities," spokesman Patrick Sandusky said.

Earlier this month, Mr Niggli said Wada was experiencing almost daily cyber attacks originating from Russia. Fancy Bears, which is also known as Tsar Team (APT28), has pledged to release confidential records from other national Olympic teams. Analysis: Dave Lee, BBC North America technology reporter It's an old adage in cybersecurity that the weakest point of any supposedly secure system is the people that use it.

Wada says it believes this hack was made possible thanks to a successful spearphishing attack. Phishing is a term given to the technique of tricking a user into giving up crucial information - often by clicking a link that takes them to a malicious website disguised as a familiar one, such as the log-in page for a bank or social network. Spearphishing takes this one significant step further.

While a phishing attack is often aimed at many people in the hope some will fall for it, spearphishing is highly targeted. Hackers perhaps identified a small number of people, or even just one person, and wrote a phishing attack specifically designed to trick them. Other than pushing a message of vigilance among staff, spearphishing is incredibly difficult to defend against.

Attackers often scour the internet, looking for added information on the target that might make an email more believable. Sometimes even knowing a person's favourite football team is enough to tip the balance in making a spearphishing email seem genuine.