Friday, March 16, 2018

The Coming Space War (Part Two)

Given that less than two weeks had passed since posting "The Coming Space War" on, I wasn't at all blindsided when I heard President Trump announcing his "new national strategy for space" during an address delivered to service members at--of all places--the Miramar Marine base in San Diego, a setting well known to readers of Chameleo.  What follows is from a 3-13-18 Daily Beast post entitled "Trump Proposes U.S. 'Space Force' to Guard the Galaxy'":

"President Donald Trump said Tuesday he wants to create a U.S. 'Space Force' during a speech before service members at Marine Corps Air Station Miramar in San Diego. 'My new national strategy for space recognizes that space is a war-fighting domain, just like the land air and sea. We may even have a Space Force,' Trump said. 'We’re doing a tremendous amount of work in space, and I said, maybe we need a new force. We’ll call it the Space Force.' Trump was most likely referring to the National Defense Authorization Act, which was signed into law on Dec. 12 and stipulates that the defense secretary 'establish in the executive part of the Department of the Air Force a Space Corps.' Back in July, senior Air Force officials told CNN that the corps was an 'unnecessary change in the force’s existing space efforts.'"


My latest short story, "Collision," has just been published in the debut issue of New Reader Magazine.  New Reader #1, entitled "Multivision," was unleashed upon the world only a few hours ago.  This initial issue is completely free of charge, so if you would like to read "Collision," simply click HERE to download your (gratis) copy of New Reader Magazine #1"Collision" begins on p. 157.  

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Wednesday, March 14, 2018


In case you missed Part One of my epic two-part interview on Seriah Azkath's radio show, WHERE DID THE ROAD GO? (which aired this past Saturday night), the entire episode is now available to be heard right HERE
This episode covers my books UNTIL THE LAST DOG DIES, CHAMELEO, SPIES & SAUCERS, CRYPTOSCATOLOGY and related High Weirdness such as hordes of invisible midgets attacking drug addicts in San Diego, Operation Mind Control, porn for right-wingers, stolen DOD laptop computers, wild adventures with irate NCIS agents, Kafkaesque torture techniques deployed against the inmates of a jail in downtown San Diego, sonic weapons, acoustic bullets, poltergeist technology, the most haunted house in California, the ongoing dangers of the post-9/11 ballooning black budget, the Curious Affair of the Night Vision Goggles, CryptoWikpedia, wandering over the border of San Diego with a thermonuclear bomb strapped to one's shoulders, leapfrogging robots, machine-gun-toting ape-men in the wilds of Santee, human-animal hybrids trapped in a secret underground military base beneath the barren deserts of Arizona, the government harassment of Philip K. Dick, and dramatic food fights with jarhead federal agents.  

This interview can also be heard on YouTube right here....

Saturday, March 10, 2018


Be sure to tune in for tonight's special edition of Seriah Azkath's radio show WHERE DID THE ROAD GO? on WVBR 93.5 FM Ithaca NY and online at (10pm EST/7pm PST).  Tonight's show will be Part One of Seriah's epic two-part interview with Yours Truly about UNTIL THE LAST DOG DIES, CHAMELEO, SPIES & SAUCERS, CRYPTOSCATOLOGY and related matters of High Weirdness.... 

The Strange Case of Christopher Bledsoe

Recommended:  Below are three separate interviews with Christopher Bledsoe, Sr. who discusses his 2007 extraterrestrial (and/or ultraterrestrial) encounters in the woods of Fayetteville, North Carolina....





Friday, March 9, 2018

Missing Skier Reappears

For those of you interested in the work of David Paulides (author of Missing 411), I suggest reading Steve Hughes and Emily Masters' 2-22-18 Times Union article entitled "State Police Still Investigating Missing Skier's Story":

"Police in Sacramento found [Constantino] Filippidis still wearing the ski clothing he had on when he disappeared, including his helmet and goggles, the union president said. Filippidis was given medical attention and taken to a local hospital, where he later spoke with his two children on the phone, [Frank] Ramagnano said [...]

"His disappearance prompted a massive search of Whiteface Mountain with search-and-rescue crews poring over the mountain while other skiers passed by on the trails. Filippidis contacted local authorities from a Sacramento area airport Feb. 13, ending a massive six-day search, troopers said.
"The search included at least six government agencies, two ski patrols and several local volunteer groups. More than 135 people spent a combined 7,000 hours on the rugged mountain in varying winter weather conditions, officials have said. A helicopter and search dogs were also called in to assist.
"State officials have declined to estimate the cost.
"Before he resurfaced, Filippidis had been last seen at the Whiteface Mountain ski resort's mid-station about 2:30 p.m. Feb. 7. He was part of a group of Toronto firefighters making their annual ski trip. His colleagues reported him missing at 4:30 p.m. when he did not return from his last run of the day. Police found his car, passport and other identification cards at the resort, officials said.
Six days later, Filippidis called his wife, who was in Lake Placid meeting with the search party, Ramagnano said.
"'Apparently he was confused and he wasn't able to give direct answers,' Ramagnano said during a news conference in Toronto broadcast by CTV."
To read the entire article, click HERE.

Thursday, March 8, 2018

"We're All Fascists Now"

In his 3-7-18 New York Times article, "We're All Fascists Now," Bari Weiss analyzes the many strategic distractions plaguing the left-wing in "the Disassociated States of America" (an increasingly apt phrase coined by my late friend and colleague, Walter Bowart).  What follow are a few relevant excerpts:

"We live in a world in which politically fascistic behavior, if not the actual philosophy, is unquestionably on the rise. Italy just gave the plurality of its vote to a party that is highly sympathetic to Vladimir Putin. The Philippines is in the grip of a homicidal maniac who is allying himself with Xi Jinping. Mr. Xi just anointed himself president for life and has banned the words 'Animal Farm' and 'disagree' from Chinese internet searches. Bashar al-Assad is winning in Syria, where half a million people have so far been slaughtered. Dictatorship and starvation have descended on Venezuela. At its annual conference in Washington last month, the Conservative Political Action Committee gave its stage, and its enthusiastic applause, to a member of France’s National Front. That’s just a short list.
"Yet these are generally not the extremists that leftists focus on. Instead, they seem to believe that the real cause for concern are the secret authoritarians passing as liberals and conservatives in our midst [...].
"Why are so many demonstrably non-fascist people being accused of fascism?  [...]
"Partly [...] it is the result of a lack of political proportion and priority. It’s instructive that students at the University of Chicago spent their energy a few years back protesting Dan Savage, the progressive sex columnist who used the word 'tranny' in a talk that included a discussion about reclaiming words, while ignoring a lecture the very same week by former Senator Rick Santorum, the Pennsylvania Republican who has compared gay relationships to bestiality. Freud called this the narcissism of small differences [...].
"There are consequences to all this 'fascism' — and not just the reputational damage to those who are smeared, though there is surely that.
"The main effect is that these endless accusations of 'fascism' or 'misogyny' or 'alt-right' dull the effects of the words themselves. As they are stripped of meaning, they strip us of our sharpness — of our ability to react forcefully to real fascists and misogynists or members of the alt-right."
To read Weiss' entire article, click HERE.

Sunday, March 4, 2018

Naomi Wolf on "Theatrical" News Events

In the footage below, filmed at the Free State Project's Liberty Forum in 2014, former Clinton/Gore political consultant Naomi Wolf warns against the increasing amount of "theatrical" news events being deployed by "out of control" intelligence agencies in the United States and abroad.... 

Saturday, March 3, 2018

Let's Write the Future

Earlier today I received the following correspondence from the California Masonic Foundation in San Francisco....

Friday, March 2, 2018

DARPA Wants to Turn Fish into Spies

From Joseph Trevithick's 2-28-18 The Drive article entitled "DARPA Wants to Use Fish and Other Sea Life to Track Enemy Submarines":

"The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, the U.S. military’s top research arm, is looking into whether it might be possible to exploit fish, shellfish, and other marine organisms as unwitting sensors to spot and track submarines and other underwater threats. The idea is create a low cost means of persistently monitoring naval activity beneath the waves across a wide area, but it could be hard to get the sea life to reliably perform their new jobs as discreet undersea spies. 
"DARPA first announced this project, which it calls the Persistent Aquatic Living Sensors, or PALS, earlier in February 2018. The month before it had unveiled a broader concept for an 'Ocean of Things,' which would also incorporate a large number of small, low cost, and environmentally friendly sensor nodes, either on the sea bed or floating up above, to monitor ship and submarine movements, as well as gather data about changing environmental conditions and other scientific information.
"'The U.S. Navy’s current approach to detecting and monitoring underwater vehicles is hardware-centric and resource intensive,' Lori Adornato, the PALS program manager, said in an official statement. 'If we can tap into the innate sensing capabilities of living organisms that are ubiquitous in the oceans, we can extend our ability to track adversary activity and do so discreetly, on a persistent basis, and with enough precision to characterize the size and type of adversary vehicles.'
"At the most basic level, DARPA envisions developing a system that records marine animal activity, or the sounds they produce, and decodes that data to determine whether they’re just swimming along as normal or dodging an enemy submarine. This would not require actually implanting or otherwise 'modifying' any fish or crustaceans.
"'Our ideal scenario for PALS is to leverage a wide range of native marine organisms, with no need to train, house, or modify them in any way, which would open up this type of sensing to many locations,' Adornato added. DARPA notes that marine animals are otherwise already equipped, thanks to millions of years of evolution, to have the 'equipment' necessary to monitor their own environment. Beyond just being able to see, touch, and hear potential prey or threats, they can often detect more subtle electro-magnetic and chemical changes to their surroundings.
"This could all make the system more cost effective, since the U.S. military would only need to establish a network to collect the relevant information, categorize it, and transmit it onward to wherever it might need to go. DARPA’s goal is for each of those nodes to be able to monitor fish and other sea life more than 500 yards away and to be able to reliably discern between routine and abnormal movements and sounds."
To read the rest of Trevithick's article, click HERE.

The Coming Space War

From George Dvorsky's 2-26-18 Gizmodo article entitled "U.S. Air Force Chief Warns of Space War 'in a Matter of Years'": 

"Speaking to an audience of active-duty airmen, US Air Force Chief of Staff General David L. Goldfein predicted it’ll only be a 'matter of years' before American forces find themselves 'fighting from space.' To prepare for this grim possibility, he said the Air Force needs new tools and a new approach to training leaders. Oh, and lots of money.
"As reported by Breaking Defense, Goldfein made the comments this past Friday February 23 while delivering a speech at the Air Force Association’s 34th annual Air Warfare Symposium and Technology Exposition in Orlando, Florida.
"'[It’s] time for us as a service, regardless of specialty badge, to embrace space superiority with the same passion and sense of ownership as we apply to air superiority today,' he said.
"These are some of the strongest words yet from the Air Force chief of staff to get the Pentagon thinking about space—and to recognize the U.S. Air Force as the service branch best suited for the job. 'I believe we’re going to be fighting from space in a matter of years,' he said. 'And we are the service that must lead joint war fighting in this new contested domain. This is what the nation demands.'"
To read Dvorsky's entire article, click HERE.