Keep The Denver Horse? Or Let It Go?
In Denver, the fate of the giant horse at the airport is currently up for debate, as the Denver Commission on Cultural Affairs and City Art Representatives will discuss whether to keep the statue or move the statue in another location.
The contract has recently expired for the 32-foot tall piece of public art, which some people love and other people hate, especially when it’s eyes glow red at night. This is definitely not something that you want to see as you enter into an airport, at least that is what some people think.
The horse was purchased for $600,000 and is now valued at nearly $2 million. Just to spread a little bit of history about this horse, the sculptor who created this horse was killed while working
on the horse, according to a wikepedia.org article:
“He was killed in his studio on June 13, 2006 when a large section of Blue Mustang, intended for Denver International Airport, fell on him and severed an artery in his leg. The sculpture was based on the eight-foot-high sculpture Mesteño (Mustang), now on display at the University of Oklahoma.”- wikipedia.org
You would think that the Commission would get rid of the art piece all together, considering someone died trying to build it. Along with the Denver New World Airport horse, there is a cloud of conspiracy behind the murals found at the Denver New World Airport, which predict some type of doomsday.
For those who believe that a poleshift due to a celestial body passing earth in the near future, the murals represent the passing of planet x, which there have been references to in many mainstream media news sources.
Here is a CNN video that talks about a gas giant in our solar system, but they never talk about it being a threat to humanity, correction, this CNN broadcaster mentioned the following in that short video clip “Experts say that this object could explain why a barrage of comets have been coming from that direction” this is clear evidence that this brown dwarf is affecting earth:
One of the arguments against a planet X, is that we would all see it by now, if it was really there, however brown dwarf s are hard to find in space and they do not emit light, here is an quote from a NASA article that talks about brown dwarfs:
“Brown dwarfs are so elusive, so hard to find,” McLean said. “They can be detected best in the infrared, and even within the infrared, they are very difficult to detect. We detect the heat glow from these faint objects in the infrared. Typically, they have to be relatively close by, within 100 light years, for us to even detect the heat signature.” –Nasa.gov
Metoers, fireballs, earthquake increases, volcanic increases, extreme weather, and massive sinkholes opening up around the entire planet might be the signal that the magnetism from this gas giant is affecting us. The best evidence will be investing in a telescope and finding it for yourself, however you will need an infrared telescope to see it, so be ready to spend.
tremor was also felt in Grenada. The earthquake was also shook sections of Western Jamaica early Sunday morning. In other earthquakes to report, there are still after shocks from the 8.0 earthquake and tsunami that took place on the 6th of February.
Here is a list of magnitude 6.0 or greater earthquakes for 2/11/2013 according to the U.S Geological Survey:
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|5.2||287km NNE of Ndoi Island, Fiji||18.163°S||177.929°W||526.0|
|5.8||51km SW of Lata, Solomon Islands||11.044°S||165.495°E||2.2|
|5.3||265km WNW of Da Qaidam Hu, China||38.500°N||92.369°E||14.1|
|5.7||105km ESE of Lata, Solomon Islands||11.058°S||166.736°E||34.3|
|5.0||25km S of Lata, Solomon Islands||10.948°S||165.792°E||10.1|
The Sakurajima volcano in Japan has been in a phase of elevated activity during the past days. Several moderate to large explosions took place with ash plumes rising up to 12,000 feet in altitude. At least 6 explosions were counted yesterday alone and VACC Tokyo reported phases of continuous ash emissions.
Sinkhole Swallows A Truck
There was a sinkhole that swallowed a twin cabin pickup truck, and prompted the National District City Countil to issue a temporary construction ban in the upscale sector Los Prados, which takes effect today Monday.
Here is an image of the sinkhole: