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11/12/14 Reptilians, INK, and Forget Silver?!
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The word “Ink” shoots up identically to “Abbey” and “Adobe” yesterday. Very low probability that those are all related, and despite the strong surging, there is unfortunately also a low chance that we’ll see these manifest in real headlines. I hope to be disappointed.


“Turnaround” didn’t make it big in daily surges, but certainly outperformed it’s peers in all the other categories. It’s a watch word, along with “Assualted.” We don’t yet know enough about watch word statistics to determine whether these are predictive, thus the term watch word.

As for groupings, there might be more than I indicated but the two I annotated seemed to jump out. #1 appears to be a plane that is assaulted and whether “hilarious” is involved remains to be seen (that is, if this phrase is at all predictive).

Grouping 2 seems to resonate a hollow Earth type tone, especially if we include “Pipe.”

Last important point: “Forget Silver??!!” Are silver prices about to plummet?

Oops: almost forgot the Reptilian overlap: Alligators and Turtles.


   

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#2
Both "Brown" and "Airplane" are making reasonable rises. Brown is more pronounced than airplane. Airline is still at zero. Linguistically, the words are allowing a possibility for these terms, but they wouldn't be setting off any alarms at this point. DreamBot 2 says this, which may or may not be relevant:

"University volunteer wet wings worst."

I can't see any reasonable story that would connect a university volunteer with a wet airliner, but I can see how wet wings could spell complete disaster, especially with a significant cold front coming through. We'd all like to think that airliner de-icing systems are advanced and up to par, but all bets are off in record cold weather, particularly as the temps fall quickly with precipitation.


But NADW has a gift that has been known to precede linguistics even. So, let's help if we can. Biggest headlines in the next month for:
1. Brown
2. University
3. Airplane
4. possible other memes: continental and/or concord
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#3
Leftovers from yesterday: An adobe abbey desert test; Mars jumping; dated tech gloves loads extreme powered shell.

Today:

ink turnaround
alligator devotion squashed barber (or Barber)
squashed barber (or Barber) failing baseball
baseball difficulties shield absolutely hilarious entry
accurate plane assaulted [by] brick device
brick device incredibly base
incredibly base entity plate[s] turtle
turtle comfort target[s] silver pipe center

WOW, earth needs
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#4
Gosh, I totally skipped the presence of PLANE. It's about 80% above it's average, so not bad. That word itself has been seesawing back and forth violently, but slowly gravitating to about zero until today....boom up, 300%. I do think plane is saying something here, linguistically.
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WOW
Small Arizona town target of 'War of Worlds' Web hoax
http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/natio.../18901727/
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+0 "Pipe Center Wow"

http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2014/11/...s-session/
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Hamilton WW2 hero destroyed an enemy plane with a load of bricks (Last updated Nov. 12)
http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/hamilton/n...-1.2831677
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Here's something about INK. http://www.veteranstoday.com/2014/11/10/...-veterans/
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