Show Info 5-28-2015 – News, Guest Stan Deyo

Show Info 5-28-2015 – News, Guest Stan Deyo

May 28

News and Guests


Second Hour Guest

Stan Deyo In the second hour, JD is joined by author and researcher, Stan Deyo, for a discussion about things on the scientific fringe, such as planetary alignments and their effect on the Earth, strange noises emanating from the sky and what might really be going on at Cern.

Stan Deyo has held Above Top Secret Security Clearance and worked undercover for the FBI. He was part of an exclusive “black project”, headed by Dr. Edward Teller specializing in the development of “flying saucer technology”.

Stan’s main love is still advanced propulsion and “free” energy research which took him to Australia in ’71 to work on these systems as part of a global project under the direction of such men as Dr. Edward Teller and Dr Andrei Sakharov.

In 1996 Stan and Holly visited the restricted access FNMOC at the US Navy base in Monterey to share Stan’s method of earthquake prediction (based on sea surface temperature fluctuations – something Stan formulated from the Navy’s own data but they had not seen this use for it until he showed them.) For 10 years he made earthquake forecasts using their data with an accuracy of about 70% and a lead time of 1-7 days. Sadly, in 2006 the Naval data stream was classified; so Stan had to abandon this project. However, in 2012 he was able to develop another data source which enabled him to once again start providing daily earthquake forecasts. This time his accuracy ranges from 80% to 90%.
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