ESO Set to Make Astounding Disclosure! (did we miss it?)
ESO, the European Southern Observatory, builds and operates a suite of the world’s most advanced ground-based astronomical telescopes. I recommend visiting their website.
Below, from a representative at ESO:
“Will we witness true disclosure by ESO this Tuesday, 17th Oct. 2012? That is the buzz in astro-scientist circles today. What is special about this discovery, as yet kept in dark veil, is that on twitter and some email lists (which I follow for asteroid and comet detection news) the topic is focused only on the exoplanet news which ESO will break.
I quote from the ESO website itself: “European astronomers have used facilities at ESO’s La Silla Observatory to discover a remarkable exoplanet. The results will appear online in the journal Nature on 17 October 2012.
ESO will hold an online press conference to announce the results and assess their impact, offering journalists the opportunity to discuss with the scientists. The conference will take place on Tuesday 16 October 2012 at 16:00 CEST.”
I can truly say this much, the media conference shall evoke a shock and awe effect, the likes of which have not been discussed in many many years. Be prepared and listen, watch the web, tweeter feeds, emailing lists and what not, because come tomorrow, we will be floored!
I urge my fellow brothers and sisters on ATS to add whatever info you may gather or that which you may already have on this topic here. I am excited, the time has come. “
Here’s the article on the ESO site.
I don’t see anything on the Nature site other than this… for October 19th, not the 17th, but the date could have changed.
Did this remarkable revelation get side-lined by the Illuminati, or just fall by the wayside due to more pressing matters unfolding? We may have to chase it.