Tuesday, 13 September 2011
Knobs for Cox!
I’m back from the ASSAP Seriously Strange Conference and as I said before in my one for Exopol, (See: http://hpanwo.blogspot.com/2011/08/exopolitics-leeds-2011.html) I’m not going to do a full-length written report. Instead I’ve done my usual HPANWO TV Reportage, see: http://hpanwo-tv.blogspot.com/2011/09/assap-seriously-strange-conference.html The reportage is about more than just the conference and in some of the segments I branch off into other related or semi-related areas. For instance I discuss the 9/11 issue on Sunday because it was the 10th anniversary of this atrocity and it made Ustane and I wonder if we were in the right place. I was very glad to attend the conference and enjoyed it a lot, but perhaps we should have been at one of the many 9/11 Truth events that took place over the weekend. My concerns over Charlie Veitch were well-founded it seems! See: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i73ohlcRjAo The lady confronting Charlie is my friend Belinda, a great researcher and freedom-fighter. I also returned to experience the very powerful and poignant spectacle of the Roman Baths, the central tourist attraction in the city. I never cease to be effected by the story behind it and its implications for the past, present and ultimately, future.
Anyway, onto the principle new direction I’m taking as a result of the information I picked up at the conference, and I’m not talking about Bigfoot this time. This concerns not a 7 foot tall hairy unknown primate living in some remote forest; but a slightly smaller and less hairy specimen of Homo Sapiens Sapiens with a cheesy Mancunian grin, living and working in the CERN laboratory in Switzerland: Professor Brian Cox. I’ve written about him before, like here: http://hpanwo.blogspot.com/2008/03/large-hadron-collider.html As Richard Wright says in the reportage, we need to do something about him. He was on a BBC (Them again!) Radio 4 show a few days ago with the Skeptic Robin Ince, see: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b0128mlk He and Robin were having a good chuckle about people who believe in ghosts, like me, and were obviously putting us all down big time as Skeptopaths tend to do. But I’m glad to say that the BBC was flooded by complaints! Cox was completely unrepentant and refused to apologize to the listeners. He said that people who believe in ghosts are all “nobbers”; I’m assuming this is a derogatory word from his native Manchester which means a fool or dupe. Now a little while ago a reporter from The Washington Post made a similar remark about people who believe in UFO’s, like me, calling us “cookies”. As a result the offices of the paper were inundated with deliveries of biscuits, cakes and cookies in an organized campaign of ridicule put out by the Exopolitics Movement. It was called “Cookies for Kelly” http://www.afterdisclosure.com/2010/10/cookies-for-kelly.html Now Richard suggests that we do something similar for Brian Cox: “Knobs for Cox”. What we do is all send Coxy a loose doorknob (without any sharp screws or anything in it of course) with a satirical message in it like “You yourself are a…” If it takes off we can even start a campaign website www.knobsforcox.com! Let’s do it! Who’s with us!?
Here’s his address:
Prof. Brian Cox
School of Physics and Astronomy
University of Manchester
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