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ZetaTalk Chat Q&A for September 12, 2015

Planet X related? Can the Zetas comment? [and from another] Huge fireball lights up sky over Bangkok  [and from another]  Social media in Thailand lit up Monday morning as commuters posted photos and videos of a mystery fireball that briefly illuminated the Thai capital's sky. [and from another]  "There is a high possibility that the object spotted this morning on social media, is an object from outer space," Saran Poshyachinda, Deputy Director of National Astronomical Research Institute of Thailand told CNN. The Bangkok Post quotes an official at the Bangkok Planetarium, who suggests it could have been a burning balloon. The report also examines the possibility that it could have been space junk burning up on re-entry - citing the Satview website, which notes that an object from orbit was due to burn through Earth's atmosphere at around that time. [and from another] #Perspective on Bangkok #Fireball #Meteor

In this instance of a bolide, or fireball, from the debris in the tail of Nibiru, aka Planet X making a dramatic entrance into the Earth’s atmosphere, we see every possible excuse proffered – space junk, a burning balloon, or an asteroid. Since it was visible over a populous city in the middle of the day, the excuse that it never occurred was not used this time. Since the arrival of Nibiru into the inner solar system in 2003, there has been an increase in fireballs. The coverup over the pending passage of Nibiru first chose to lead with space junk, until meteor fragments were found in the ground where the fireball landed. If any annual meteor showers were expected, timewise, the fireballs were blamed on this, regardless of prior history showing that the meteor showers did not produce fireballs. The Thai fireball explanation shows a bit of honesty, as well as creative excusery. Can we just have the truth?

Is it real? [and from another]  [and from another]  The site, about 30 miles northwest of Johannesburg, has yielded some 1,550 specimens since its discovery in 2013. The fossils represent at least 15 individuals. Not everybody agreed that the discovery revealed a new species. Tim White of the University of California, Berkeley, called that claim questionable. "From what is presented here, (the fossils) belong to a primitive Homo erectus, a species named in the 1800s," he said in an email. [and from another]  Scientists in South Africa have unearthed a new species of human relative in a burial chamber deep down in a remote cave system. Paleontologists have come to the conclusion that H. naledi deliberately deposited bodies of their dead in a remote cave chamber – behavior previously thought limited exclusively to humans.  The research, published in the journal Elife, shows that on average H. naledi stood approximately 150cm tall and weighed about 45kg. Its teeth are described as similar to those of the earliest-known members of our genus, such as Homo hanilis, as are most features of the skull. The shoulders, however, are more similar to those of apes. Surprisingly, H. naledi has extremely curved fingers, more curved than almost any other species of early hominin, which clearly demonstrates climbing capabilities. Its feet and long legs suggest that the species was well-suited for long-distance walking. The creature, which evidently walked upright, represents a mix of traits. For example, the hands and feet look like Homo, but the shoulders and the small brain recall Homo's more ape-like ancestors, the researchers said.

Who is this early man, so slender, a tree climber and long-distance walker? Does this not sound like our 1995 description of Gypsy Man, one of the 6 versions of Early Man genetically engineered for Earth? We stated that Gypsy Man was slight, and took to the trees to avoid confrontation. H. naledi is described as having hands that showed climbing capabilities. We described Gypsy Man has having sharp, prominent teeth, and these are clearly what H. naledi possessed. How did he get from S Africa to India? Look at the map of Pangea! India was snugged up against southern African, and H. naledi was a walker. Why was he found in a cave? He was non-confrontational, and to evade large predators at night, one hid in a cave with a tight opening!