Second Sun: “2010: The Year We Make Contact”


2010: The Year We Make Contact is the 1984 sequel to the classic 1968 Stanley Kubrick film 2001: A Space Odyssey (sans Kubrick) and answered such burning questions like: “whatever happened to Dave Bowman?” “whatever happened to that space fetus?” “what ever happened to those monoliths?” and “will HAL get his own Saturday morning cartoon show?”

We receive the answers to all of the above and more in 2010, in the process parsing out the then still current Cold War, an intriguing theory regarding a “Second Sun,” and pretty much telling the same story as the same year’s Star Trek III: The Search For Spock.

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9.23.17: The World Didn’t End And All I Got Was This Lousy T-Shirt


I have written on this topic several times now, but always tend to wait until the latest Apocalypse has been “averted”—this saves me the possible humiliation of having the world actually end and me being perhaps wrong. The latest EotW (End of the World) date was September 23, 2017, connected with an astrological alignment and Biblical verses.

Somehow, Nibiru—a fabled “rogue planet” that some tie in with the relatively recent discovery of “Planet Nine”—got involved. Then crazy shit started interrupting broadcasts in Orange County—apocalyptic messages telling scared listeners that “extremely violent times will come.” So: crazy stuff happening recently.

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