Global Coastal Event Ongoing:-
we need to note that the 'global coastal event' is on-going. While the future forecasting ability of Remote Viewing has been put to rest by the Far Sight 2012 Climate Study failure (other than Dick Algire's ability being demonstrated), it is quite clear that our HPH work forecasting a global coastal event has been very prescient indeed.
i forecast a large earthquake to occur along with bridge collapses (even here in WA state) that would lead to the use of the word 'isolation'....these occurred, albeit NOT as forecast by the RV work. We had forecast the beginning of the 'global coastal event' to start prior to June and to be concurrent with a 'data gap'. Both of these also are manifesting. As have hundreds (yes, actually several hundred) of our 'smaller' forecasts.
Our linguistic approach has proven, yet again, to be able to presciently predict future events, especially weather/climate related. We have global reports of massive, record breaking floods, as well as coastal shorelines being 'eroded' due to rising waters. We can also note the impact of rising waters on our local shoreline here in Puget Sound.
It appears that the 'global coastal event' as forecast here at Halfpasthuman since 2003 is going to be a multiple decade long process as the planet expands, and then 'settles back into its skin'. This may be better than taking our planetary change all at once.
Our recent tests with a variant on VPN IP tunneling has produced good results in allowing us to 'punch' through the on-going DDOS warfare on the internet. Further, alterations within our code base have allowed us to once again reach and extract both short and longer term data types through the daily flurry of immediacy data. This is a very (from my view) positive development.
We have started up the spyders with their new tunnel feature and it is our expectation that a new ALTA (Asymmetric Linguistic Trends Analysis) report (audio) will be able to be produced by the 21st of this month (June). As there are but two weeks remaining (production schedule) for June, we will be offering a reduced rate (one half month) access for a June ALTA report series (two reports).
We are redoing our site with a new approach to subscription management that we hope to have available and functioning by the 19th (ahead of next week's report). Subscription announcements will be posted on the main HPH page as they are available.
It is our intent to split our activities, limiting the HPH site to strictly the 'future viewing' business. Our new activities and projects will be posted on a new site that is to be dedicated to 'meeting the challenges of a changing world'. Our goal is to have this up and function in July as events make new needs apparent. Progress notes will be posted as warranted on this new work.