I have kept detailed daily accounts of viewings of my expertclick.com press releases in the five years since February 1, 2014. How often those daily totals include the ten most recent press releases in a row tells a revealing story. In the two years before being nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize in 2016, ten in a row was rare, 13% out of 731 days. Then the nomination came in early 2016, and in the 209 days from that first look at my 50 in a row expertclick.com press releases at 9am Norway time on 2-2-16, the rate of ten in a rows soared to 48%. That period ended about a week before the next announcement on the first Friday in October at 11am Norway time. Then the second Nobel year of study for the 2017 nomination runs from September 29, 2016 to December 23, 2017 with an 89% response rate of ten in a rows per day. That is 401 days out of 450, with 11 consecutive periods of up to 75 or 110 days in a row and 10 erratic short periods in between the long streaks. Then there is a pause period of lighter observation of 64 days with only 25 ten in a row days (39%), before beginning the 2018 year of serious observation with 223 days of ten in a row days out of 224 days, a 99.55% rate from 2-25-18 to 9-26-18. This period also includes 37 of the 46 “long looks” of about 24 in a row in one day, up to that point. There is the pause period, 9-27-18 to 10-22-18 of 26 days with 9 ten in rows, 31%. Finally, there is the start of the new year 2019 with the 10-23-18 to 2-25-19 of 126 straight days (100%) with ten in a row and another 30 “long looks” of about 24 in a row, some with a second streak not consecutive with the first ten in a row. This is a much shorter pause and many more long looks than the start of the very strong interest in the 2018 year. These patterns are uniquely suggestive of the Norwegian Nobel Committee’s growing interest in my inventions of military economics, empire economics, and climate war cycles explanations. The 76 Google academia interests were mainly 2014 (9), 2015 (23), and 2016 (42), then tapered off.
Krakatoa erupts somewhat on schedule on December 23, 2018. The two largest volcanic eruptions in the last 200 years, Krakatoa of Sumatra in 1883 and Pinatubo of the Philippines in 1991 were a perfect double 54-year cycle of 108 years apart. They were both in the South China Sea islands in the oceanic phase of the 108-year cycle, which consists of two 54-year cycles back to back, one with the oceanic Southern hemisphere hotter and the other with the land-like Northern hemisphere hotter. Miami hurricanes (1935, 1965, 1992, 2017) and civil rights riots (Watts 1965 and Rodney King 1992) and San Francisco earthquakes (1906, 1989, 2014) have shown that some things happen on the half cycle of 27 years as well. So, Krakatoa comes back at 108 plus 27 years, 27 years after the Pinatubo eruption of 1991. All three eruptions happen after multi decade global heat waves. They are in the Western Pacific, where great storms gain energy across the largest ocean. Storms grow in the equatorial wind belt going due West from off the coast of Latin America, the greatest planetary solar gain over oceans.
It’s time to add journalists to the list of victims of hate crime attacks. False screams of fire in a crowded theatre are legally actionable. Provoking the murderers of blacks by white nationalists can bankrupt hate groups that are deemed liable. The leader of a nation should not be allowed to incite his followers against journalists with false repeated allegations of fake news and that the media are enemies of the people. Hate speech needs to have consequences. We have too long suffered attacks on journalists at rallies, murders of journalists in Paris and Maryland, and the tolerance of the murder of a Washington Post journalist by Saudi Arabia.
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Reuschlein, Robert. (2019, February 26), “Systemic Review of Releases”, Madison, WI: Real Economy Institute. Retrieved from: https://www.expertclick.com/NewsRelease/Systemic-Review-of-Releases,2019178068.aspx
Dr. Peace, Professor Robert Reuschlein, Real Economy Institute,
Nominated Vetted 2016 (2 Web Looks), Given Odds 2017 (3 Web Looks), Strongly Considered 2018 (48 Web Looks, one million words) Nobel Peace Prize, a favorite in 2019 (pace well ahead of last year) for Nobel Peace Prize to be announced Friday October 4th, 2019.