Sunday, April 16, 2023

An Extraterrestrial Space Probe May Have Entered The Water Off Papua New Guinea

Alien Space Probe Entered The Water With More Power Than Hiroshima Bomb 

A runaway fireball that crashed into the water off the coast of Papua New Guinea in 2014 could be an alien probe or extraterrestrial artifact similar to U.S. interstellar probes like NASA's "Voyagers, believes  Harvard professor Dr. Avi Loeb told 

That would be strong potential evidence of alien life

The space object crashed into the Bismarck Sea with a percentage of the energy force of the Hiroshima bomb in 2014 and likely traveled "from the deep interior of a planetary system or a star in the thick disk of the Milky Way galaxy," Loeb said. 

It was originally classified as a meteor, but the object's speed and trajectory were "outliers" that suggested it wasn't beholden to the sun's orbit, according to the Harvard professor, who authored a paper about the object with his student Dr. Amir Siraj.

Harvard Professor Avi Loeb, of the Galileo Project, stands with the infrared and optical cameras of the Galileo Project Observatory (Avi Loeb)

 Space Force's Space Operations Command officially confirmed its findings to NASA, which was released on April 6, 2022. 

Since then, Loeb raised $1.5 million to fund a 10-day "fishing expedition" to recover pieces of the object off the ocean floor to study it.

"From a scientific point of view, it only takes one object that came from an extraterrestrial technological civilization to change the future of humanity," Loeb told said during an interview in late March. "That's why we want to know what all the objects are."

What he and his team will see on their voyage to Papua New Guinea is unknown, but he said he expects to find a "strip of fragments" on the ocean floor along the original path, with the smallest fragments at the beginning. 

Loeb predicts that they'll see "about a thousand fragments bigger than a millimeter, whereas, for a stainless-steel composition, we expect larger sizes, with tens of fragments bigger than a centimeter," according to a scientific research paper. 

The trip was originally planned for the end of May, but he told Educating Humanity that it was bumped back to the summer. 

"We built the machinery to scoop the ocean floor, which is about a mile deep," Loeb said. "If the fragments are magnetic, we will use magnets to collect them and separate them from the muck. If the objects aren't magnetic, we have a plan b."

Loeb was front and center after the discovery of "Oumuamua," which was a long, cigar-like object that flew past Earth back in 2017.

Before the discovery of the object that crashed off Papua New Guinea, "Oumuamua" was considered the first interstellar object, and Loeb believed it was a "light sail of artificial origin" sent from another civilization.

He argued his theory in a scientific paper, which became a controversial take on the discovery.

Other studies have suggested that other "Oumuamua-like objects" will potentially enter our solar system, with some potentially carrying life.

"The likelihood of Galactic panspermia is strongly dependent upon the survival lifetime of the putative organisms as well as the velocity of the transporter," according to a paper published in The Astronomical Journal by Manasvi Lingam and Loeb.

An artist's depiction of Oumuamua, the first detected interstellar object. (M. Kornmesser/ESO)

Loeb's interview, which was done shortly after the Chinese spy balloon was shot down along with other three unknown aerial objects over the course of eight days, pushed the government to declassify raw data or share information with the scientific community to make so more discoveries like these two interstellar objects can be made. 

It can work out for both communities, he argued. 

"The sky is not classified. It's only the censors that the government is using that are classified, as a result, the government doesn't release the highest quality data," Loeb said. 

"As far we are concerned (in the scientific community), if we find human-made objects, we are happy to hand over the data to the government because it's of little interest to us."

Harvard Professor Avi Loeb (center) with Rolf Dobelli (left) and Kiper Blakeley (right) (Rolf Dobelli)
vOn the flip side, he believes the government isn't "particularly interested" in objects or meteors from space, and it can be a mutually beneficial arrangement that will allow scientists to make more discoveries like "Oumuamua" or the object off Papua New Guinea. 

Loeb referred to a January Department of Defense report that categorized 366 reports of UFOs since March 202. 

The report classified 26 cases as unmanned aircraft or drones,163 cases were balloons or "balloon-like entities" and six reports could be attributed to birds, debris such as plastic bags, or weather events. 

But about half of the new cases could not be explained and "appear to have demonstrated unusual flight characteristics or performance capabilities, and require further analysis," according to the report.

"We expect these reports to be a mixed bag," Loeb said. But "an encounter with a superior extraterrestrial technology would offer humanity the opportunity to acquire new scientific knowledge that goes beyond what we learned over the past century.

"It would also provide us with a glimpse of our own technological future, offering a quantum leap if we are wise enough to import its innovative content into our terrestrial life."


Monday, March 6, 2023

Something about UFOs is not being disclosed,' Spielberg said

Steven Spielberg concerned about 'secrecy, lack of transparency' around UFO sightings: 'Something is going on

Filmmaker Steven Spielberg raised concern about the "secrecy and lack of transparency" from the government surrounding Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (UAP) sightings.

The famous director known for his several blockbuster science fiction films, including the alien movie "Close Encounters of the Third Kind," admitted he was "excited" and "fascinated" by the unexplained phenomena, better known as UFOs.

Spielberg suggested the topic needed more attention from the U.S. government.

"I think what has been coming out recently is fascinating — just absolutely fascinating," he said on "The Late Show With Stephen Colbert."

U.S. intelligence report from January revealed a surge in supposed UFO sightings over the past two years.

The famous director theorized that there was "something going on" and the government wasn't being open with the public about it.

"I think the secrecy that is shrouding all of these sightings and the lack of transparency until the Freedom of Information Act compels certain materials to be released publicly, I think that there is something going on that simply needs extraordinary due diligence," he argued.

Spielberg said his imagination and curiosity prompted him to believe there was a story not being told.

"There is something going on that we're really not — that's not being disclosed to us," he emphasized. "I would like to hear more about it. I don't know what they are," Spielberg added.

Spielberg said while he had never seen anything he couldn't explain in the sky, he believed others had witnessed things "they couldn't explain."

He also didn't believe man was "alone in the universe."  "I think it's mathematically impossible," he told host Stephen Colbert.

While several of Spielberg's films deal with government cover-ups of alien encounters, UAPs have made their way into real life recently, as well.

A Chinese government spy balloon was shot down by the Pentagon in early February after it had traversed the U.S. 

Three additional unidentified flying objects were then shot down in a little over a week, forcing the U.S. military to reevaluate its guidelines for monitoring and reacting to unknown aerial objects. 


Sunday, February 5, 2023

Exceptionally Compelling UFO / UAP Pilot Sighting

Pilot Mark Hulsey is a former F/A-18 Hornet turned commercial pilot who has encountered UAP multiple times in his 12,000 hours of flight time. Frustrated, Mark questions why these phenomena are not openly investigated and reflects on the backlash he has received, mysteriously missing radar footage, and why everyone has the right to know what’s happening.


TIMESTAMPS: 0:00 Intro 0:50 Mark’s Military Background 5:00 First UAP Encounter 26:11 Mark’s Career Now 28:40 Memorable UAP Sighting 49:40 Backlash from skeptics 52:22 Actual Radar Footage 54:14 Steps to Expanding Our Understanding 58:16 People have the Right to Know 1:08:43 Gathering Data 1:14:04 How Common This Is 1:18:39 Conclusion === Mark Hulsey: Mark Hulsey began his flying career learning to fly helicopters at only 16 years old. At 18, he enlisted in the Marine Corps and served as a meteorologist until 1992. Afterward, Mark flew helicopter tours in Hawaii until he left in 1995 to attend Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. In 1998, Mark graduated with a bachelor's degree in aeronautical science and was commissioned in December 1998 as an Officer in the United States Marine Corps. Mark graduated top of his class in primary flight training and was assigned to VT-22 NAS Kingsville, Texas. After receiving his "Wings of Gold," Mark was assigned to Naval Air Station Lemoore to fly the F/A-18 Hornet. Mark retired from service in 2014. Today, he continues to fly helicopters and corporate jets for many leaders within the tech industry. Mark has accumulated over 12,000 hours of flight time and holds three Airline Transport Pilot ratings in single and multi-engine land, seaplane, and helicopters. He is a certified flight instructor in all three categories and a Designated Pilot Examiner for the Federal Aviation Administration.

Saturday, January 21, 2023

FBI Agents Spooked Over Area 51 UFO Documents and Photos


Area 51 expert slams US government for raiding his home: I’ve lost faith in the justice system

Joerg Arnu says U.S. agents 'dragged' him out of his house with no explanation

The home of an Area 51 website owner was violently raided by more than a dozen armed FBI agents in November, and since then, Joerg Arnu has received minimal explanation for the bombardment that caused $25,000 in damages to his property.

Area 51 expert Joerg Arnu explained on "Tucker Carlson Tonight" that the search was related to images he posted on his website.

"I can't get ahold of anyone. Three doors were kicked in. A country gate was busted. My girlfriend was dragged out of the house in Las Vegas. I was dragged out of the house in Rachel. And nobody can give us any answers," Arnu explained Friday.

Arnu has pleaded for an explanation from the U.S. Justice Department for months, but has largely remained in the dark.

  "I published photos of Area 51 on my website, which is something I have done for 20 years without anyone really taking issue with it. And all of a sudden, this thing comes out of the blue crashing down on my homes. I really still don't have an explanation," the expert continued. 

Arnu is an immigrant and expressed that he was completely stunned by the way the U.S. government handled the situation. 

Host Tucker Carlson asked the Area 51 expert that if he had ever imagined something like this happening to him when he migrated to the United States, Arnu said "absolutely not."

"Absolutely not. I would have never expected this. If you would have told me three months ago that this could happen, I would have said absolutely impossible. I am really shocked that this can happen to a cooperating, innocent senior citizen who is really just wanting for looking for a peaceful retirement and who has a little hobby on the side to run a blog about Area 51. That's all I'm doing," he explained. 

Arnu continued, saying that a section of his website is dedicated to warning people on how they can stay out of trouble and properly investigate Area 51. His website even tells readers where they can and cannot go around the base, his attempt to "help" the government and keep the "loonies" away. 

"Part of what I'm doing on my website is actually telling people how to stay out of trouble. There are directions on the website so that people know where they can go and where they cannot go. So in fact, I'm trying to kind of help the government keep the loonies out of there," Arnu explained. 

Arnu has not been charged with anything since the raid and is still searching for answers. He said that he has hired a lawyer, who is also having difficulties getting in contact with anyone.

The only time he was able to achieve contact with the FBI was in his attempt to get reimbursed for the "$25,000 in damages" the FBI caused during the raid, which they denied.

"I cannot get a hold of anyone at the FBI. I have actually hired a lawyer who, you know, similarly cannot get a hold of anyone at the FBI. The only reaction I got was when I filed to be reimbursed for the damages to my homes. I very quickly got denied. That was all I got. And I would like to get my property back, $25,000 in damages and my property that was seized. I have about $6,000 in legal damages," Arnu explained. 

"I am totally shocked that this can happen. To some degree, I have lost a little bit of faith in the justice system in this country, and I would really like to know who is behind this," Arnu concluded

Sunday, January 8, 2023

Jacque Vallée Knows More About UFOs Than Most People Alive Today - His Ever Evolving Thoughts on UFOs

Jacque Vallee is the legendary French UFO researcher who formed the basis for Steven Spielberg's eccentric scientist in Close Encounters of The Third Kind. He is an Internet pioneer, computer scientist, venture capitalist, author, ufologist and astronomer currently residing in San Francisco, California and Paris, France. His scientific career began as a professional astronomer at the Paris Observatory. He is exceptionally well informed, has had access to some of the most important UFO information and his thoughts and beliefs regarding UFO is ever evolving.

He has worked with every prominent player in UFOology since the 1960's including Dr. J. Alan Hynek who served as the Chief Science Advisor to Project Blue Book, the Airforce's UFO investigation program from 1952-1969. Vallee has written multiple groundbreaking books that suggest "aliens" are actually interdimensional entities codirecting human evolution, not new visitors from Space. 

In this interview and subsequent Ted Talk, he makes some fascinating new suggestions around the nature of these entities; we also discuss a real, secret project behind Project Bluebook, his model of reality and time, and the commercial group that holds the secrets to the American UFO story.
His latest book Trinity is well worth reading.

A much more in-depth understanding of what Jacque Vallee

Friday, September 16, 2022

UFOs Light up the Skies Over Ukraine

Cosmic' and 'phantom' UFOs are all over Ukraine's skies, government report claims

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