TIME war analysis with DR.WHO

Understanding the architecture of TIME and its EARTH formats of expression that influence humans

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The East Timor TIME WAR - city of Baltimore

Concept Papers CP-053  by Herb Zinser about the  systems war to control Baltimore, Maryland human brain bio-computer ERRORS.





Nature's SYMBOL MACHINE,  EARTH    language, and super-symmetry geo-physics MIRRORS  give us the

East Coast of the United States and  Baltimore

























The   aerodynamics VECTOR ...  the  air plane represented the  KILLING VECTOR






Baltimore Orioles and year off (2005–2006)

Sosa in spring training with the Orioles in 2005.

On January 28, 2005, the Cubs traded Sosa to the Baltimore Orioles in exchange for infielder/outfielder Jerry Hairston, Jr., infielder Mike Fontenot, and RHP Dave Crouthers. To facilitate the deal, Sosa and his agent agreed to waive the clause that guaranteed his 2006 salary, and the players' union indicated it would not object to that agreement. Under the deal, Sosa earned $17,875,000 for the 2005 season, with the Cubs paying $7 million of his salary. By playing for the 2005 Orioles alongside fellow 500-home-run batter Rafael Palmeiro, Sosa and Palmeiro became the first 500 home run club members in history to play together on the same team after reaching the 500 home run plateau.[11]

Sosa finished the 2005 season batting .221 with 14 home runs, his worst performance since 1992, and continuing his post-2001 trend of declines in batting average, homers, total bases, and RBI. On December 7, 2005, the Orioles decided not to offer him an arbitration contract, effectively ending his Baltimore Orioles tenure and making him a free agent.






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