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Timewave Zero daily resonances

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posted on Dec, 30 2010 @ 09:27 AM
From now on, this thread has the purpose of taking note of all the resonances daily on the graph and discuss them...

Let's start:

DECEMBER 30 2010
Standard Graph, the one which ends on December 21 2012


May 1 – A general strike begins in the United States, which escalates into the Haymarket Riot and eventually wins the eight-hour workday in the U.S.
May 4 – Emil Berliner starts work that leads to the invention of the gramophone.
May 8 – Pharmacist Dr. John Stith Pemberton invents a carbonated beverage that would be named Coca-Cola.
May 15 – Portugal and France agree to regulate the borders of their colonies in Guinea.
May 17 – Motherwell Football Club was Founded.
May 17 – Santa Clara County v. Southern Pacific Railroad: The U.S. Supreme Court rules that corporations have the same rights as living persons.
May 29 – Pharmacist John Pemberton begins to advertise Coca-Cola (ad in the Atlanta Journal).
June 2 – U.S. President Grover Cleveland marries Frances Folsom in the White House, becoming the only president to wed in the executive mansion. She is 27 years his junior.

which ends on November 16 2012


June 30 – The Homestead Strike begins in Homestead, Pennsylvania, culminating in a battle between striking workers and private security agents on July 6.
[edit] July–SeptemberJuly 4 Samoa: Samoa changes its time zone to being 3 hours behind California, such that it crosses the international date line and July 4 occurs twice.
July 4–18 British general election: The Unionist government loses its majority.
July 6
Dr. Jose Rizal, Filipino writer, philosopher, and political activist is arrested by Spanish authorities in connection with La Liga Filipina.
Homestead Strike: The arrival of a force of 300 Pinkerton detectives from New York and Chicago results in a fight in which about 10 men are killed.
July 8 – The Great Fire of 1892 devastates the city of St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador.
July 12 – A hidden lake bursts out of a glacier on the side of Mont Blanc, flooding the valley below and killing around 200 villagers and holidaymakers in Saint Gervais.
July 13 – United International Bureau for the Protection of Intellectual Property (UIBPIP or BIRPI).
August 4 – The father and stepmother of Lizzie Borden are found murdered in their Fall River, Massachusetts home.
August 9 – Thomas Edison receives a patent for a two-way telegraph.
August 18 – William Ewart Gladstone assumes British premiership at head of Liberal government, with Irish Nationalist Party support.


September 17 1943:
September 17 – WWII: The Villefranche-de-Rouergue uprising takes place.


October 22 1943:
October 22 – WWII: The RAF delivers a highly destructive airstrike on the German industrial and population center of Kassel.

DECEMBER 31 2010
Standard graph:

July 9 – Charles Hall files a patent for his process of turning aluminium oxide into molten aluminium.
July 23 – Steve Brodie fakes a jump from the Brooklyn Bridge.
July 25 – Robert Cecil, 3rd Marquess of Salisbury (Conservative Party (UK)) becomes Great Britain's 30th Prime Minister.
August 20 – A massive hurricane demolishes the town of Indianola, Texas.
August 31 – An earthquake of between 7.3 and 7.6 on the Richter Scale hits Charlestown, South Carolina, leaving 40,000 homeless.
September 4 – Indian Wars: After almost 30 years of fighting, Apache leader Geronimo surrenders with his last band of warriors to General Nelson Miles at Skeleton Canyon in Arizona

December 31 2010
Standard graph:

September 3 – The Nottingham Forest Football Club plays their first league match, a 2–2 draw with Everton FC.
September 15 – Sergei Witte replaces Ivan Vyshnegradsky as Russian finance minister.
[edit] October–December
October 5: Dalton Gang.
Oct.31: "Sherlock Holmes"October 5
The Dalton Gang, attempting to rob 2 banks in Coffeyville, Kansas, is shot by the townspeople; only Emmett Dalton, with 23 wounds, survives, to spend 14 years in prison.
Master criminal Adam Worth is captured in Liège, Belgium during an attempted robbery of a money delivery cart.
October 12 – To mark the 400th anniversary Columbus Day holiday, the "Pledge of Allegiance" is first recited in unison by students in U.S. public schools.

Standard graph 1943:
September 18 1943

Original graph 1943:
October 23 1943

JANUARY 1 2011:
Standard graph


August 31 – An earthquake of between 7.3 and 7.6 on the Richter Scale hits Charlestown, South Carolina, leaving 40,000 homeless.
September 4 – Indian Wars: After almost 30 years of fighting, Apache leader Geronimo surrenders with his last band of warriors to General Nelson Miles at Skeleton Canyon in Arizona.
September 9 – Bern Convention for the Protection of Literary and Artistic Works.
September 15 – The first day of school begins in the newly founded Alhambra School District.
September 21 – William Stanley, Jr. patents the first practical alternating current transformer device, the induction coil.
[edit] October–DecemberOctober 7 – Spain abolishes slavery in Cuba.
October 28 – In New York Harbor, U.S. President Grover Cleveland dedicates the Statue of Liberty.
November – extremely harsh Winter of 1886-1887 begins, killing tens of thousands of cattle on the Great Plains
November 3 – In Pakistan one of the biggest schools in the country, Aitchison College, Lahore, was founded by Sir Charles Umpherston Aitchison

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October 31 – Sir Arthur Conan Doyle publishes The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes.
November 8
U.S. presidential election, 1892: Grover Cleveland is elected over Benjamin Harrison and James B. Weaver to win the second of his non-consecutive terms.
An anarchist bomb kills six in a police station in Avenue de l'Opera, Paris.
The four-day New Orleans General Strike begins.
November 17 – French troops occupy Abomey, capital of the kingdom of Dahomey.
December 5 – John Thompson becomes Canada's fourth prime minister.
December 18 – The Nutcracker ballet with music by Tchaikovsky is premiered at the Imperial Mariinsky Theatre in St Petersburg, Russia.
December 22 – The Newcastle East End F.C. is renamed Newcastle United F.C., following the demise of the Newcastle West End F.C. and East End's move to St James' Park, formerly West End's home.

Standard graph 1943:
September 19 1943

Original graph 1943:
October 24 1943

edit on 30-12-2010 by Zagari because: (no reason given)

posted on Dec, 30 2010 @ 09:30 AM
reply to post by Zagari

We still talking about Timewave Zero? how many times do we await something big happening and then...nothing, I for one give it no credence.

posted on Dec, 30 2010 @ 09:39 AM
reply to post by Crutchley29

This thread has to be taken as a note book. Here we discuss the resonances of the next 3 days...
There are no proofs for the falacy of the graph.

posted on Dec, 30 2010 @ 09:45 AM
Then you should rename your thread,.
Maybe something like the "Historical Coincidences and comparisons"
That at least would be palatable.

posted on Dec, 30 2010 @ 09:48 AM
Congrats, you now made me dumber having read this....

posted on Dec, 30 2010 @ 09:58 AM
I probably will change some thing and try to make a monthly resonance update with all the events expected to happen in that month instead of a daily update...
I'm going out now...Coming back this evening.

posted on Dec, 30 2010 @ 10:07 AM
I bet a toddler could create a random graph over a significant time period and cherry pick events that attempt to give the graph credence (okay maybe not a toddler but you get the point).

Timewave Zero is getting old quick, in fact it's way past its sell by date and is stinking the place out. I can't wait for 2012 to pass so that these forums become a little less of a joke.

Yes something of significance will happen in 2012, it does every year but I bet we are all still here in 2013.

edit on 30-12-2010 by bisonpowers because: (no reason given)

posted on Dec, 30 2010 @ 10:25 AM
reply to post by bisonpowers

ugggh... give the OP some slack. if timewave zero ain't your thing, move along. but there's no need to rant and demean the thread.

this is a conspiracy web-site, where all manner of fringe information is posted... including plenty of 2012 stuff. again, if you're not into it, then don't read it... but the naysaying poo-poo comments that get tossed about are truly what, IMO are stinking up the place.

no disrespect... but if you've got a counterpoint to timewave zero, then state facts, not just demeaning opinions.

i for one am curious. again , that's why i come to ATS.

posted on Dec, 30 2010 @ 10:28 AM
reply to post by Zagari

So let me get this straight...

Because things happened in the past, things could happen in the future.

And you need a computer program to tell you this??

posted on Dec, 30 2010 @ 10:32 AM
reply to post by mythos
have you been following the updates from the op?,.
when Evasius first opened the thread,. it was interesting and fun to read,.
this has developed into something else that goes beyond conspiracy.

posted on Dec, 30 2010 @ 10:57 AM
reply to post by Lil Drummerboy

fair enough. and your prior post about a possible name change to the thread is also a fair comment. i am being reactive to the amount of wisecracks and name calling that has been frothing up lately, and i just came back from a thread rant on that topic.

i do not have a problem with scrutiny.

i have a problem with mud slinging.

if the OP wants to explore a theory concerning timewave zero, then isn't that what ATS is for. to give him/her the space to present information, in which an audience could then critique.

i had the fortune/misfortune to attend 4 years of art school. what i learned in that time was how to offer an intelligent critique, even if you didn't like the work.

if i simply said: "that's crap... any idiot can do that." well, it my prof. would certainly be unimpressed.
instead, i would have to offer a clear and concise explanation as to what is working for me, and what isn't.

i suppose i am trying to hold ATS to the same standards.

my apologies to the OP for the side-rant, but i feel there is something worth exploring in his/her theories, and i have to wade through some bile to get to it.

rant # 2 over.


posted on Dec, 30 2010 @ 11:02 AM
JANUARY 2 2011
Standard graph:


November 11 – Heinrich Hertz verifies at the University of Karlsruhe the existence of the electromagnetic waves.
November 30 – The Folies Bergère stages its first revue.
December 25 – Arsenal Football Club is founded.

January 2 2011
Original graph:


January 2 – Webb C. Ball introduces railroad chronometers, which become the general railroad timepiece standards in North America.
January 13 – The Independent Labour Party of the UK has its first meeting.
January 17 – The U.S. Marines intervene in Hawaii, resulting in overthrow of the government of Queen Liliuokalani of Hawaii.
January 21 – The Cherry Sisters first perform in Marion, Iowa.
February 1 – Thomas A. Edison finishes construction of the first motion picture studio in West Orange, New Jersey.
February 19 – The SS Naronic is believed to have sunk due to a storm.
February 23 – Rudolf Diesel receives a patent for the diesel engine.
February 24 – American University is established by an Act of Congress in Washington, D.C.

Standard graph 1943:

September 20 1943

Original Graph 1943:

October 25 1943

JANUARY 3 2011
Standard graph:


January 11 – Louis Pasteur's anti-rabies treatment is defended in the French Academy of Medicine by Dr. Joseph Grancher.
January 20 – The United States Senate allows the Navy to lease Pearl Harbor as a naval base.
January 21
The Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) is formed.
Brisbane receives a daily rainfall of 465 millimetres – a record for any Australian capital city.

March 3: Helen Keller and Sullivan.January 24 – Battle of Dogali: Abyssinian troops defeat the Italians.
January 28 – In a snowstorm at Fort Keogh, Montana, USA, the largest snowflakes on record are reported. They are 15 inches (38 cm) wide and 8 inches (20 cm) thick.
January 28 – Construction of the foundations of the Eiffel Tower starts in Paris, France.
February 2 – In Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania, the first Groundhog Day is observed.
February 5 – The Giuseppe Verdi opera Otello premieres at La Scala.
February 8 – The Dawes Act, or the General Allotment Act, is enacted.
February 23 – The French Riviera is hit by a large earthquake, killing around 2,000 along the coast of the Mediterranean Sea.
February 26 – At the Sydney Cricket Ground, George Lohmann becomes the first bowler to take eight wickets in a Test innings.
March 3 – Anne Sullivan begins teaching Helen Keller.
March 4 – Gottlieb Daimler unveils his first automobile.
March 7 – North Carolina State University is established as North Carolina College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts.
March 13 – Chester Greenwood patents earmuffs.

January 3 2011
Oiginal graph:


March 4 – President of the United States Benjamin Harrison is succeeded by Stephen Grover Cleveland.
March 10 – Côte d'Ivoire becomes a French colony.
March 20 – In Belgium, Adam Worth is sentenced to 7 years for robbery (he is released in 1897).
[edit] April–June
May 1: World's Columbian Exposition, ChicagoApril 1 – The rank of Chief Petty Officer is established in the United States Navy.
April 8 – The first recorded college basketball game occurs in Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania between the Geneva College Covenanters and the New Brighton YMCA.
April 17 – Riots of Mons during the Belgian general strike of 1893, The day after, Belgian parliament approved Universal suffrage.
April 17 – Alpha Xi Delta founded
May 1 – The 1893 World's Fair, also known as the World's Columbian Exposition, opens to the public in Chicago, USA. The first United States commemorative postage stamps are issued for the Exposition.

January 3 2011 1943 graph, standard:

September 21 1943

January 3 2011 1943 graph original:

October 26 1943

JANUARY 4 2011
Standard graph:


March 19 – Henry Cogswell College is established by Henry D. Cogswell.

March 4: Daimler[edit] April–JuneApril 1 – Mumbai Fire Brigade was established.
April 4 – Argonia, Kansas elects Susanna M. Salter as the first female mayor in the United States.
April 10 – The Catholic University of America is founded on Easter Sunday.
April 21 – Schnaebele incident – French/German border incident nearly leads to war between the two countries.
May 3 – An earthquake hits Sonora, Mexico.
May 9 – Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show opens in London.
May 14 – The cornerstone of the new Stanford University, in northern California, is laid (the college opens in 1891).

January 4 2011 original graph:


May 5 – Panic of 1893: A crash on the New York Stock Exchange starts a depression.
May 9 – Edison's 1½ inch system of Kinetoscope is first demonstrated in public at the Brooklyn Institute.
May 10 – The United States Supreme Court legally declares the tomato to be a vegetable.
May – The Free Presbyterian Church of Scotland is formed.

June 22: Flagship Victoria sinks.June 6 – Prince George, Duke of York marries Mary of Teck.
June 7 – Gandhi commits his first act of civil disobedience in India.
June 17 – Gold is found in Kalgoorlie, Western Australia.
June 20 – The Wengernalpbahn railway in Wengen, Switzerland (Canton of Bern) is opened.
June 22 – The flagship Victoria of the British Mediterranean Fleet collides with Camperdown and sinks in 10 minutes; Vice-admiral Sir George Tryon goes down with his ship.
[edit] July–September
June 20: Wengernalpbahn railway.July 1 - U.S. President Grover Cleveland is operated on in secret

January 4 2011 comparison with 1943, standard graph:

September 22 1943

January 4 2011 comparison with 1943, original graph:

October 27 1943

JANUARY 5 2011
Standard graph:


June 8 – Herman Hollerith receives a patent for his punched card calculator.
June 18 – The Reinsurance Treaty is closed between Germany and Russia.
June 21 – The British Empire celebrates Queen Victoria's Golden Jubilee, marking the 50th year of her reign. [1]
June 23 – The Rocky Mountains Park Act becomes law in Canada, creating that nation's first national park, Banff National Park. [2]
June 28 – Minot, North Dakota is incorporated as a city.

June 23: Banff National Park.June 29 – The United Retail Federation is established in Brisbane.
[edit] July–SeptemberJuly 1 – Construction of the metal structure of the Eiffel Tower starts in Paris, France
July 12 – Odense Boldklub, the Danish football team, is founded as the Odense Cricket Club

January 5 2011 on original graph:


July 6 – The small town of Pomeroy, Iowa is nearly destroyed by a tornado; 71 people are killed and 200 injured.
July 11 – Kokichi Mikimoto, in Japan, develops the method to seed and grow cultured pearls.
July 12
Frederick Jackson Turner gives a lecture titled "The Significance of the Frontier in American History" before the American Historical Association in Chicago.
The Dundee FC, a Scottish football club, is formed.
August 27 – The Sea Islands Hurricane hits Savannah, Charleston, and the Sea Islands, killing 1,000–2,000.

July 11: Mikimoto develops cultured pearls.September 7 – The Genoa Cricket & Athletic Club, the oldest Italian football club, is formed.
September 7 – Under the pressure of a general strike, the Belgian Federal Parliament accepts a proposal to accept general multiple suffrage.

January 5 2011 comparison with 1943: standard graph

September 23 1943

September 23 – WWII: The Republic of Salò is founded.

January 5 2011 comparison with 1943 original graph:

October 28 1943:

October 28 – The alleged date of The Philadelphia Experiment, in which the U.S. destroyer escort USS Eldridge was to be rendered invisible to human observers for a brief period.

JANUARY 6 2011

Standard graph:


July 26 – L. L. Zamenhof publishes "Dr. Esperanto's International Tongue".
August – The U.S. National Institutes of Health is founded at the Marine Hospital, Staten Island, NY, as the Laboratory of Hygiene.
August 13 – The Hibernian F.C. defeats Preston North End to win the "Championship of the World" after the two teams win the Association football Cup competitions in their respective countries.
September 5 – The Theatre Royal, Exeter, England burns down, killing 186 people.

January 6 2011 on original graph:

September 11 – The World Parliament of Religions in Chicago opens its first meeting.
September 11 – Standing ovation to Hindu monk Swami Vivekanda for his address in Response to the welcome at the World Parliament of Religions in Chicago.
September 19
Swami Vivekananda delivers an inspiring speech on his paper at the World Parliament of Religions in Chicago.
New Zealand becomes the first country in the world to grant women the right to vote.
The Russian ironclad Rusalka disappears in a storm en route from Tallinn to Helsinki; her hulk is eventually discovered in July 2003, off Helsinki.
September 21 – Brothers Charles and Frank Duryea drive the first gasoline-powered motorcar in America on public roads in Springfield, Massachusetts.
September 23 – The Bahá'í Faith is first publicly mentioned in the United States at the World Parliament of Religions in Chicago.
September 27 – The World Parliament of Religions holds its closing meeting in Chicago.
September 28 – The Portuguese sports club Futebol Clube do Porto is founded.
[edit] October–DecemberOctober 10 – The first car number plates appear in Paris, France.
October 23 – The Internal Macedonian Revolutionary Organization (IMRO) is founded by the Bulgarians in the town of Thessaloniki.Its aim was to libarate the region of Macedonia from the Ottoman Turks.
October 30 – The 1893 World's Fair, also known as the World's Columbian Exposition, closes.
November – In the United Kingdom, the Local Government Act 1894 is read for the second time in the House of Commons.
November 7 – Colorado women are granted the right to vote.

January 6 2011 comparison with 1943 standard graph:

September 24 1943

original graph 1943 comparison

October 29 1943

JANUARY 7 2011

Standard graph:


September 28 – Start of the 1887 Yellow River flood in China, killing 900,000 to 2,000,000 people.

July 26: Esperanto[edit] October–DecemberOctober 1 – The British Empire takes over Balochistan.
October 3 – Florida A&M University opens its doors in Tallahassee, Florida.
November – Results of the Michelson-Morley experiment are published, indicating that the speed of light is independent of motion.
November 3 – The Associação Académica de Coimbra, the students' union of the University of Coimbra in Portugal, is founded.
November 8 – Emile Berliner is granted a patent for his Gramophone.
November 10 – Louis Lingg, sentenced to be hanged for his alleged role in the Haymarket Riot bomb, kills himself by dynamite.
November 11 – August Spies, Albert Parsons, Adolph Fischer, George Engel, Michael Schwab, and Samuel Fielden are hanged for inciting riot and murder in the Haymarket Riot of May 4, 1886.
November 13 – Bloody Sunday: Police clash with pro-Irish independence protesters.

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November 15 – The FC Basel Club is founded.
December 5 – Plural voting is abolished in New South Wales.
December 16 – Antonín Dvořák's Symphony No. 9 "From the New World" receives its premiere at Carnegie Hall, New York City.
December – Carl Anton Larsen becomes the first man to ski in Antarctica.
December – Arthur Conan Doyle surprises the reading public by revealing in the story 'The Adventure of the Final Problem', published in this month's Strand Magazine, that his character Sherlock Holmes had apparently died at the Reichenbach Falls on May 4, 1891.


January 4 – A military alliance is established between the French Third Republic and the Russian Empire.
January 7 – William Kennedy Dickson receives a patent for motion picture film.
January 9 – New England Telephone and Telegraph installs the first battery-operated telephone switchboard in Lexington, Massachusetts

January 7 2011 comparison with 1943 standard graph:

September 25 1943

January 7 2011 comparison with 1943 original graph:

October 30 1943

October 30 – The Merrie Melodies animated short Falling Hare, one of the only shorts with Bugs getting out-smarted, is released in the United States.

JANUARY 8 2011

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December 5 – International Bureau of Intellectual Property.
December 25 – Glenfiddich single malt Scotch whisky is first produced


January 3 – The 91-centimeter telescope is first used at Lick Observatory.
January 12 – Blizzards (see: Schoolhouse Blizzard) hit Dakota Territory, the states of Montana, Minnesota, Nebraska, Kansas, and Texas, leaving 235 dead, many of whom are children on their way home from school.
January 13 – In Washington, DC, the National Geographic Society is founded.

January 8 2011 on original graph:


February 12 – French anarchist Émile Henry set off a bomb in a Parisian cafe, killing one person and wounding twenty.
February 15 – At 04:51 GMT, French anarchist Martial Bourdin attempts to destroy the Royal Greenwich Observatory, London, England with a bomb.
March 1 – Thomas McGreevy, Canadian politician and contractor, is released from prison after serving time for defrauding the government.
March 4 – First Sino-Japanese War: A great fire in Shanghai destroys over 1,000 buildings.
March 12 – For the first time, Coca-Cola is sold in bottles.

January 8 2011 comparison with 1943 standard graph:

September 26 1943

January 8 2011 comparison with 1943 original graph:

October 31 1943

JANUARY 9 2011

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February 27 – In West Orange, New Jersey, Thomas Edison meets with Eadweard Muybridge, who proposes a scheme for sound film.
March 8 – The Agriculture College of Utah, (later Utah State University) is founded in Logan, Utah.
March 11 – The "Great Blizzard of '88" begins along the eastern seaboard of the United States, shutting down commerce and killing more than 400.
March 20 – The very first Romani language operetta premieres in Moscow, Russia.
March 22 – The Football League is formed.
March 27 – Dorus Rijkers saves the 30-man crew of the Renown, risking his own life.

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March 21 – A syzygy of planets occurs as Mercury transits the Sun as seen from Venus, and Mercury and Venus both transit the Sun as seen from Saturn. But no two of the transits are simultaneous.
March 25 – Coxey's Army, the first significant American protest march, departs from Massillon, Ohio for Washington D.C.
[edit] April–June
May 14: Blackpool Tower.April 16 – Manchester City Football Club is formed.
April 21 – A bituminous coal miners' strike closes mines across the United States.
May – The bubonic plague breaks out in the Tai Ping Shan area of Hong Kong (by the end of the year, the death toll is 2,552 people).
May 1
Coxey's Army arrives in Washington, D.C.
The May Day Riots of 1894 break out in Cleveland, Ohio.
May 11 – Pullman Strike: Three thousand Pullman Palace Car Company workers go on a "wildcat" (without union approval) strike in Illinois.
May 14
A meteor shower is seen in Southern France.
Blackpool Tower is opened in Blackpool, Lancashire, England.
May 21 – The Manchester Ship Canal and Docks are opened by Queen Victoria.

January 9 2011 comparison with 1943 standard graph:

September 27 1943

September 27 – WWII: The 4-day Naples Uprising begins.

January 9 2011 comparison with 1943 original graph:

November 1 1943

November 1 – WWII – Operation Goodtime: United States Marines land on Bougainville in the Solomon Islands

JANUARY 10 2011

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April 3 – The Brighton Beach Hotel in Coney Island is moved 520 feet using six steam locomotives by Civil Engineer B.C. Miller to save it from ocean storms.
April 6 – first New Year's Day of the solar calendar adopted by Siamese King Chulalongkorn with the 106th anniversary of Bangkok's founding in 1782 as its epoch (reference date).
April 11 – The Concertgebouw in Amsterdam is inaugurated.
May 1 – The United States Congress establishes the Fort Belknap Indian Reservation.
May 13 – Brazil abolishes the last remnants of slavery.
May 28 – In Scotland, the Celtic F.C. plays its first official match winning 5–2 against Rangers F.C..
May 30 – Hong Kong Peak Tram began operation.
June – Annie Besant organizes the London matchgirls strike of 1888.
June 3
The Kingdom of Sedang is formed in modern-day Vietnam.
Casey at the Bat is published.

January 10 2011
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June 22 – Dahomey becomes a French colony.
June 23 – The International Olympic Committee is founded at the Sorbonne, Paris, at the initiative of Baron Pierre de Coubertin.
June 24 – Sadi Carnot, president of France, is assassinated.
June 30 – The Tower Bridge in London opens for traffic.
[edit] July–September
July: Fire damages Columbian Exposition.July – A fire at the site of the 1893 World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago destroys most of the remaining buildings.
July 4 – The short-lived Republic of Hawaii is proclaimed by Sanford B. Dole.
July 4 – FC La Chaux-de-Fonds founded.

January 10 2011 comparison with 1943: standard graph

September 28 1943:

January 10 2011 comparison with 1943 original graph:

November 2 1943

November 2 – WWII: In the early morning hours, American and Japanese ships fight the inconclusive Battle of Empress Augusta Bay off Bougainville.

JANUARY 11 2011

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June 15 – Wilhelm II is crowned German Emperor.
June 19 – In Chicago, the Republican Convention opens at the Auditorium Building. Benjamin Harrison & Levi Morton win the nominations for President and Vice President, respectively.
June 29 – Handel's Israel in Egypt is recorded onto wax cylinder at The Crystal Palace, it being the earliest known recording of classical music.
June 30 – The Marine Biological Association Laboratory opened on Plymouth Hoe Devon UK. Website:
[edit] July–September
August 31: Victim found from Jack the Ripper?July 25 – Frank Edward McGurrin, a court stenographer from Salt Lake City, Utah, purportedly the only person using touch typing at the time, wins a decisive victory over Louis Traub in a typing contest held in Cincinnati, Ohio. This date can be called the birthday of the touch typing method that is widely used now.
July 27 – The British Parliament passes an act that permits bicycles on the road, on condition that they are equipped with a bell that should be rung while on the carriageway. The law is eventually abolished in 1930.
August 5 – Berta Benz arrives in Pforzheim, having driven 40 miles (64 km) from Mannheim in a car manufactured by her husband Karl Benz, thus completing the first "long-distance" drive in the history of the automobile.
August 7 – The body of Martha Tabram is found, a possible murder victim of Jack the Ripper.

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August 1 – War is declared between the Qing Empire of China and the Empire of Japan, over their rival claims of influence on their common ally, the Joseon Dynasty of Korea. The event marks the start of the first Sino-Japanese War.
August 15 – Sante Geronimo Caserio is executed for the assassination of Marie François Sadi Carnot.
September 1 – Great Hinckley Fire: A forest fire in Hinckley, Minnesota kills more than 450 people.
September 4 – In New York City, 12,000 tailors strike against sweatshop working conditions.

January 11 2011 comparison with 1943 standard graph:

September 29 1943

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November 3 1943

JANUARY 12 2011

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August 20 – There is a mutiny at Dufile, India, and the Emin Pasha is imprisoned.
August 31 – Mary Ann Nichols is murdered. She is considered the first of Jack the Ripper's victims.
September 4 – George Eastman registers the trademark Kodak, and receives a patent for his camera which uses roll film.
September 6 – Charles Turner becomes the first cricket bowler to take 250 wickets in an English season – a feat since accomplished only by Tom Richardson (twice), J.T. Hearne, Wilfred Rhodes (twice) and Tich Freeman (six times).
September 8
In London, the dead body of Annie Chapman is found. She is considered to be the second victim of Jack the Ripper.
In England, the first 6 Football League matches are played.
September 30 – In London, the bodies of Elizabeth Stride and Catherine Eddowes are found. They are generally considered Jack the Ripper's third and fourth victims, respectively.

October 9: Washington Monument opens.[edit] October–DecemberOctober 1 – Sofia University officially opens, becoming the first university in liberated Bulgaria.
October 9 – The Washington Monument officially opens to the general public.

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October 1 – The Owl Club of Cape Town, South Africa has its first formal meeting.
October 15 – Dreyfus affair: French Army officer Alfred Dreyfus is arrested for spying.
October 30 – Domenico Menegatti obtains a patent for a procedure to be applied in producing pandoro industrially.
November 1 – Russian Tsar Alexander III is succeeded by his son Nicholas II.
November 6 – Major Republican landslide in the United States House of Representatives elections, 1894, which set the stage for the decisive Election of 1896.
November 7 – The Masonic Grand Lodge de France is founded, splitting from the larger and older Grand Orient de France.
November 5 – West Palm Beach, Florida is incorporated as a city.

January 12 2011 comparison with 1943: standard

September 30 1943

original graph:

November 4 1943

JANUARY 13 2011

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October 14 – Louis Le Prince films the first motion picture: Roundhay Garden Scene in Roundhay, Leeds, West Yorkshire, UK (followed by his movie Leeds Bridge).
October 25 – St. Cuthbert's Society, University of Durham is founded after a general meeting, chaired by the Reverend Hastings Rashdall.
November 6 – U.S. presidential election, 1888: United States Democratic Party incumbent Grover Cleveland wins the popular vote, but loses the Electoral College vote to Republican challenger Benjamin Harrison, therefore losing the election.
November 9 – In London, England, the dead body of Mary Jane Kelly is found. She is considered to be the fifth, and last, of Jack the Ripper's victims. A number of similar murders in England follow, but the police attribute them to copy-cat killers.
November 27 – Delta Delta Delta was founded at Boston University.

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December 18 – Women in South Australia become the first in Australia to gain the right to vote and to be elected to Parliament.
December 21 – Mackenzie Bowell becomes Canada's fifth prime minister.
December 22 – Dreyfus Affair: French Army officer Alfred Dreyfus is convicted of treason.


January 5 – Dreyfus Affair: French officer Alfred Dreyfus is stripped of his army rank and sentenced to life imprisonment on Devil's Island.[1]
January 17 – Félix Faure was elected President of French Republic after the resignation of Jean Casimir-Perier.
January 21 – The National Trust is founded in Britain by Octavia Hill, Robert Hunter and Canon Hardwicke Rawnsley

January 3 2011 comparison with 1943 standard graph:

October 1 1943:

October 1 – WWII: American forces enter liberated Naples.

January 3 2011 comparison with 1943 original graph:

November 5 1943

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posted on Dec, 30 2010 @ 11:11 AM
Maybe it's too obvious for some but if you don't happen to like the Timewave Zero theory, please don't click on the threads that pursue this topic. It's very, very simple. Leave it in peace to those who like it and enjoy it and feel it has merit. You are not obliged to comment.

I find it all very interesting and appreciate when someone goes to the effort to put together something of interest, except I disagree wholly with the sports inclusions. Sports is simply not relevant.

posted on Dec, 30 2010 @ 11:26 AM

Originally posted by CosmicEgg
Maybe it's too obvious for some but if you don't happen to like the Timewave Zero theory, please don't click on the threads that pursue this topic. It's very, very simple. Leave it in peace to those who like it and enjoy it and feel it has merit. You are not obliged to comment.

I wish ATS would just have a list down the right side of people who have registered their disapproval with the thread and any actual complaint comment about the thread (and not the material) be deleted as it is a waste of time and nothing more than clutter on a thread.

Zagari - could you post the date ranges of the resonances? Today doesn't correspond to one day in the resonance correct? It corresponds to a date range? I also find it better to search for dates rather than rely on the "in this year in history" information. I think the odds of a match using that information are very small and that trends are more likely to resonate than events (for example - the economic depression of the 1830's and 1840's and the states rights movement of the 1860's I believe were resonated in the past 3 years. The 1870s saw the rise of militarism and empires across Europe and Asia, poor race relations, and banking crimes (e.g. the Crime of 73).

posted on Dec, 30 2010 @ 12:01 PM
reply to post by ararisq

The comparison with 1943 is more slower, one day of 2010-2011 is linked to one day of 1943...
Until on December 1 2011 we arrive to August 6 1945...

The graph November 14 2010 - January 17 2011 is completely and totally identical to the time range August 2 1943- October 5 1943...
Count the days...Same numbers of days...

I set one day from 1 am to 11 pm to do these resonances and I know that one day of the graph of 2010-2011 corresponds to at least 2 months of the 1880s...
The time range is 2 months of the pasts into one day of the present...

I offer the comparison with the original graph because there are still some doubts about which one is more reliable...
Although I advise to follow the dates on the standard graph...
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posted on Dec, 30 2010 @ 12:19 PM
JANUARY 14 2011

Standard graph:


December 18 – Richard Wetherill and his brother-in-law discover the Indian ruins of Mesa Verde in southwestern Colorado.
December 23 – During a bout of mental illness, Dutch painter Vincent van Gogh infamously cuts off the lower part of his own left ear.


January 1 – A total eclipse of the sun is seen over parts of California and Nevada.
January 4 – An Act to Regulate Appointments in the Marine Hospital Service of the United States is signed by President Grover Cleveland. It establishes a Commissioned Corps of officers as a predecessor to the current U.S. Public Health Service Commissioned Corps.
January 5 – Preston is declared the winner of the inaugural Football League.
January 8 – Herman Hollerith receives a patent for his electric tabulating machine.
January 15 – The Coca-Cola Company, then known as the Pemberton Medicine Company, is originally incorporated in Atlanta, Georgia.
January 22 – Columbia Phonograph is formed in Washington, DC.
January 30 – Crown Prince Rudolf of Austria and his mistress Baroness Mary Vetsera commit a double suicide (or a murder suicide) in the Mayerling hunting lodge.
February 5 – The first issue of Glasgow University Magazine is published.
February 11 – The Meiji Constitution of Japan is adopted; the 1st Diet convenes in 1890.

January 14 2011
Original graph:


February 9 – Mintonette, later known as volleyball, is created by William G. Morgan at Holyoke, Massachusetts.
February 11 – The lowest ever UK temperature of −27.2 °C (−17.0 °F) is recorded at Braemar in Aberdeenshire. This record is equalled in 1982 and again in 1995.
February 14 – Oscar Wilde's last play The Importance of Being Earnest is first shown at St. James' Theatre in London.
March 1 – William L. Wilson is appointed United States Postmaster General.
March 3 – In Munich, bicyclists have to pass a test and display license plates.
March 4 – Japanese troops capture Liaoyang and land in Taiwan.
March 15 – in County Tipperary, Ireland, Bridget Cleary is killed by her husband, believing her to be a fairy changeling.
March 30 – Rudolf Diesel patents the Diesel engine in Germany.
[edit] April–JuneApril 6 – Oscar Wilde is arrested after losing a libel case against the Marquess of Queensberry

January 14 2011 comparison with 1943: standard graph

October 2 1943

original graph:

November 6 1943

JANUARY 15 2011


February 22 – President Grover Cleveland signs a bill admitting North Dakota, South Dakota, Montana and Washington as U.S. states.

April 22: Land Run.March 4 – Grover Cleveland, 22nd President of the United States (1885 – 1889) is succeeded by Benjamin Harrison (1889–1893).
March 9 – Yohannes IV is killed in the Battle of Metemma; Sudanese forces, who had been almost defeated, rally and destroy the Ethiopian army.
March 11 – The North Carolina Legislature issues a charter for the creation of Elon College.
March 15 – A German naval force shells a village in Samoa, destroying some American property; three American warships enter the Samoan harbor and prepare to fire on the three German warships found there. Before guns are fired, the 1889 Apia cyclone blows in and sinks all the ships, American and German. A compulsory armistice is called because of the lack of warships.
March 23 – Mirza Ghulam Ahmad founds the Ahmadiyya Muslim community in India.
March 22 – Sheffield United formed on 22 March 1889 at the Adelphi Hotel, Sheffield
March 31 – The Eiffel Tower is inaugurated (opens May 6). Contemporary critics regard it as aesthetically displeasing.
[edit] April–June
Eiffel Tower.April 10 – The Hammarby Roddförening is founded, (later the Hammarby IF).

january 15 2011 original graph:


April 14 – A major earthquake severely damages Ljubljana, Slovenia.
April 16 – The town of Sturgeon Falls, Ontario, is incorporated.
April 17 – The Treaty of Shimonoseki is signed between China and Japan. This marks the end of the first Sino-Japanese War, and the defeated Qing Empire is forced to renounce its claims on Korea and to concede the southern portion of Fengtien province, Taiwan, and the Pescadores Islands to Japan.[2]
April 22 – Gongche Shangshu movement: 603 candidates sign a 10,000-word petition against the Treaty of Shimonoseki.
May 1 – Dundela Football, Sports & Association Club were formed
May 2 – Gongche Shangshu movement: Thousands of Beijing scholars and citizens protest against the Treaty of Shimonoseki.
May 24 – Anti-Japanese officials led by Tang Ching-sung in Taiwan declare independence from the Qing Dynasty, forming the short-lived Republic of Formosa.
May 25 – Oscar Wilde is convicted of "sodomy and gross indecency" and is sentenced to serve 2 years in prison at Reading.
May 27 – In re Debs: The Supreme Court of the United States decides that the federal government has the right to regulate interstate commerce, legalizing the military suppression of the Pullman Strike.

January 15 2011 comparison with 1943: standard

October 3 1943


November 7 1943

JANUARY 16 2011

Standard graph:


April 22 – At high noon in Oklahoma Territory, thousands rush to claim land in the Land Run of 1889. Within hours the cities of Oklahoma City and Guthrie are formed, with populations of at least 10,000.
May 2 – Menelik II, Emperor of Ethiopia, signs a treaty of amity with Italy, giving Italy control over what will become Eritrea.
May 6 – The Eiffel Tower opens in Paris.
May 31 – Johnstown Flood: The South Fork Dam collapses in western Pennsylvania, killing more than 2,200 people in and around Johnstown, Pennsylvania.
June 3 – The first long distance electric power transmission line in the United States is completed, running 14 miles (23 km) between a generator at Willamette Falls and downtown Portland, Oregon.
June 6 – The Great Seattle Fire ravages through the downtown area without any fatalities.
June 8 – The Wall Street Journal is established.
June 12 – The Armagh rail disaster near Armagh in Ireland kills 78.
June 19 – A Neapolitan baker named Raffaele Esposito invented the Pizza Margherita, named after the queen consort of Italy Margherita of Savoy. This was the forerunner of today's modern pizza.

original graph:


June 28 – The union of Nicaragua, Honduras and El Salvador begins (ends in 1898).
[edit] July–September
July 31: Sabino Arana founded the Basque Nationalist Party.
October 1895 issue: The Cosmopolitan, illustrated.
October 22: Montparnasse.Night of July 10/11 – The Doukhobors' pacifist protests culminate in the "Burning of the Arms" in their villages in the South Caucasus.
July 15 – Archie MacLaren scores County Championship cricket record innings of 424 for Lancashire against Somerset at Taunton.
July 31 – The Basque Nationalist Party (Euzko Alderdi Jeltzalea-Partido Nacionalista Vasco) was founded by Basque nationalist leader Sabino Arana.

January 16 2011 comparison with 1943 standard graph:

October 4 1943

January 16 2011 comparison with 1943 original graph:

November 7 1943

JANUARY 17 2011 - one of the principal dates of 2011, the second most novel day in 2011

standard graph:


June 29–30 – First Inter-Parliamentary Conference held.
June – Vincent van Gogh paints Starry Night.
[edit] July–SeptemberJuly 8 – The first issue of the Wall Street Journal is published.
July 14 – International Workers Congresses of Paris, 1889 establish the Second International
July 31 – Louise, Princess Royal and Duchess of Fife marries Alexander Duff, 1st Duke of Fife.
August 14 – The Great London Dock Strike breaks out in England.
August 26 – The Prevention of Cruelty to, and Protection of, Children Act 1889, commonly known as the Children's Charter is passed in Britain.

original graph:


August 19 – American frontier murderer and outlaw John Wesley Hardin is killed by an off-duty policeman in a saloon in El Paso, Texas.
August 29 – The Northern Rugby Football Union (now Rugby Football League) is formed at a meeting in the George Hotel, Huddersfield, England. This event leads to the creation of the sport of rugby league football.
September 3 – The first professional American football game is played, in Latrobe, Pennsylvania, between the Latrobe YMCA and the Jeannette Athletic Club (Latrobe wins 12–0).
September 7 – The first game of what would become known as rugby league football is played, in England, starting the 1895-96 Northern Rugby Football Union season.
September 18 – Booker T. Washington delivers the Atlanta Compromise speech.[3]
September 18 – Tomoji Tanabe is born in Miyakonojo, Miyazaki Prefecture, Japan. He would become the last living man born in 1895. Tanabe died on June 19, 2009, at the age of 113.
[edit] October–DecemberOctober – Rudyard Kipling publishes the story Mowgli Leaves the Jungle Forever in The Cosmopolitan illustrated magazine (price 10 cents).
October 1 – French troops capture Antananarivo in Madagascar.
October 8 – Empress Myeongseong, the national mother of Korea, is killed by Japan.

January 17 2011 comparison with 1943: standard

October 5 1943

October 5: Nazi Germany incorporates the Istrian Peninsula, much of the Italian Alps, and the eastern Italian city of Trieste into the Reich.

Islam and its Reich: October 5, 1943, the Mufti arrived in Germany visiting the Research Institute on the Jewish Problem, where he declared that Muslims and Germans were “Partners and allies in the battle against world Jewry.”


November 8 1943

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posted on Dec, 30 2010 @ 12:35 PM
reply to post by mythos

Point taken, maybe I should have been less harsh and offered a more constructive post. My apologies, I was having a bad day.

posted on Dec, 30 2010 @ 02:43 PM
reply to post by Zagari

Zagari - I think to prove the 1940s connection you can look up the dates that correspond to Operation Valkyrie in which an overthrow of the NAZI government almost took place.

posted on Dec, 30 2010 @ 03:41 PM
reply to post by ararisq

Can you tell me the dates? Anyway if its 1944 it resonates with next year...

posted on Dec, 31 2010 @ 05:44 PM

Originally posted by Zagari
reply to post by ararisq

Can you tell me the dates? Anyway if its 1944 it resonates with next year...

No offense Zagari, but get outside and do something. Your wasting your time with this 2012 stuff. If you have a family go spend time with them. Humans only live 100 years if your in tip top health, but your wasting and anyone is wasting time in believing in this end of the world stuff and timewave zero stuff.

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