The pink stars are falling tonight with Clyde Lewis

Some bizarre times are upon us.. The planet earth is set to pass through the Comet Ison debris field.. While we have been told by experts that there is nothing to worry about, a little listen to Ground Zero with Clyde Lewis may be in order tonight. The topic he's chatting about at this hour is the Ison debris..
There's something that made me stop in my internet tracks while listening moments ago..

Maybe I'm losing my nose for news, but I did not really know much about Asteroid 2014 AA .. I do now. It was the first asteroid discovered in 2014 and it exploded over the Atlantic Ocean. It was a car-sized asteroid and had the potential of striking the planet.

But what was absent? Warning. Yes, we know it was a 'harmless' impact over the Atlantic.. And we know it was 'tiny,' 'small,' and every other word the media can associate with something that we are not supposed to worry about. And obviously, living the life of Chicken Little always worrying about the sky falling is certainly no way to exist... But the fact that the asteroid was seen with only one day of time prior to the potential strike is chilling..

We are not intercepting fragments of the dead comet Ison .. We are being told fireballs in the sky may occur. There are booms happening everywhere--frostquakes they tell us.. Big earthquakes with multiple aftershocks taking place in Puerto Rico...

And now, there is a 'minor' meteor shower coming from the remnants of Ison. Minor. Nothing to see here..
Should we shake out heads at the timing of a warning from the Emergency Management Agency of Utah, telling us to stop and drop immediately if we see a bright light?

I'm sure just coincidental timing..

So if you're so inclined, tune into your favorite affiliate or directly on Groundzeromedia.org .. It's probably going to be a much needed show to listen to..

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