Thursday, September 21, 2017

A group called Messaging Extraterrestrial Intelligence are about to step up the call to ET

A SMALL group of stargazing researchers want to be more step up the hunt for ET, but others think it’s a risky idea.

OUR quest to contact aliens has reportedly created a rift between scientists responsible for handling humanity’s potential communication with ET.
For the past five decades or so, a network of scientists and astronomers have been scanning the cosmos looking for any radio signals or electronic signs left by an advanced alien species.
This network is largely known as SETI, the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence. Despite all their efforts, the cosmic radio waves have remained quiet when it comes to celestial messages from intelligent life.
The cynics among us would probably be quick to invoke the idea of the Fermi Paradox as to why such exercises by SETI are a fool’s errand — but some of the researchers are highly optimistic. The director of the institute, Seth Shostak, has famously predicted we’ll make some sort of contact with an alien species within the next two decades.
Of course, he is way more bullish on this topic than anybody else, and sadly there has so far been nothing to support his optimism.
So a splinter group of stargazing researchers inside SETI wants to be more proactive in the hunt for ET. Instead of just combing the skies looking for signals, they want to go on the offensive and beam messages into the cosmos on behalf of the human race.
The group calls themselves Messaging Extraterrestrial Intelligence, or METI, and they are dedicated to designing and sending messages intended for extraterrestrial recipients.
It won’t be the first time we’ve sent messages into space but some worrywarts think it’s a bad, or potentially even dangerous idea to solicit the attention of an unknown and obviously intelligent alien race. Those opposed to the idea include Stephen Hawking who thinks sophisticated aliens might view us like we view bacteria.
But Douglas Vakoch, president of METI International, is dismissive of such concerns.
“One of the reasons people are so afraid of METI is that it seems riskier to do something than to do nothing,” Mr Vakoch told Motherboard over e-mail.
“When we try to evaluate the risks and benefits of an unknown situation where we have little or no actual data, we fall back on the most vivid images that come to mind. But just because the first images of alien contact that come to mind are horrific, that doesn’t mean they’re realistic.”
METI plans on beaming out its first messages in 2018, the only question is how do you communicate with a species we have absolutely no idea about?
Previous solutions to this conundrum have proposed things like sending some form of a purely mathematical language, music, or pictograms in the direction of potentially habitable exoplanets.
The message will almost certainly need to be rooted in maths and physics, since they’re the fundamental language of the universe as we know it and thus are likely to be the only two types of knowledge we have in common. And that is exactly METI’s plan.
“Some of the most prominent messages of the past have tried to cover everything,” Mr Vakoch said. “We’re taking the opposite approach. Rather than trying to communicate everything (about math, science and life on Earth), we are focusing on saying a few things very clearly.”
But the question remains: will anyone, or anything, hear it?

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Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Multiple UFOs Witnessed Over Antarctica For Long Periods Of Time

RED, GREEN & YELLOW “FLYING SAUCERS” SPOTTED HOVERING OVER MILITARY BASES FOR TWO HOURS IN ANTARCTICA



The third director of the post-World War II United States Central Intelligence Group (CIG), the third director of Central Intelligence (DCI), and the very first director of the Central Intelligence Agency, Roscoe H. Hillenkoetter, once told the world, via the New York Times in 1960, that, “behind the scenes, high ranking Air Force officers are soberly concerned about UFOs,” and that, “through official secrecy and ridicule, many citizens are led to believe the unknown flying objects are nonsense.”

The key words are here are “official secrecy and ridicule,” which is why, for so many years, you were perceived as a crazy person at the slightest mention of UFOs, let alone intelligent extraterrestrial life.

Today, however, it’s a much different story. Hundreds of thousands of pages of de-classified documents show, beyond a shadow of a doubt, that intelligence agencies and global militaries have an extremely high interest in the UFO phenomenon, and have had this interest for a very long
time.

For example, just go to the CIA’s Freedom of Information Act electronic reading room, and type in the word “UFO,” and you’ll see for yourself. There is no shortage of interesting documents that span not only the CIA’s website, but on a global scale.

“Everything is in a process of investigation both in the United States and in Spain, as well as the rest of the world. The nations of the world are currently working together in the investigation of the UFO phenomenon. There is an international exchange of data.” – General Carlos Castro Cavero (1979).

On top of documents, their release has sparked a number of high-ranking officials from various fields, from top military brass, politicians, and credible figures from within academia, astronauts and more. Here’s one of hundreds of statements.

“There is a serious possibility that we are being visited and have been visited for many years by people from outer space, from other civilizations. That it behooves us, in case of these people in the future or now should turn hostile, to find out who they are, where they come from, and what they want. This should be the subject of rigorous scientific investigation and not the subject of ‘rubishing’ by tabloid newspapers.” – Lord Admiral Hill-Norton, Former Chief of Defence Staff, 5 Star Admiral of the Royal Navy, Chairman of the NATO Military Committee

The Document Referencing Red, Green & Yellow “Flying Saucers”

This document, straight from the CIA , relays several pieces of information, with the part about these UFOs highlighted in brackets, which suggests special attention paid to it. It goes to show just how interested, and how important this topic is within the intelligence community. They’ve been studying it for years under the guise of “national security,” a term now used to classify everything, and protect the interests of the global elite as well as allow them to basically do whatever they please, with justification.

It states as follows:
“ANTARCTIC FLYING SAUCERS” – A group of red, green, yellow has been seen flying over Deception Island for two hours by Argentine, Chilean and British bases (military) in Antarctica. The flying saucers were also seen flying in formation over the South Orkney islands in quick circles.”
It’s strange how other unrelated factors are inserted into the document, and interesting how this part is highlighted. Quite telling isn’t it? What’s even more interesting is that this document is more than five decades old, dating back to 1965. It’s also interesting, given the lore that surrounds Antarctica,  and possible extra-dimensional/terrestrial beings.

It highlights one of the main questions that the release of these documents have raised: we now know that groups like the CIA have been putting a tremendous amount of resources into studying this topic, and it makes you wonder, what type of information do they have now, more than five decades later? What have they found out with regard to who/what are operating these things, how they work, where they come from, and what their intentions are?

This information is most likely locked up in Special Access Programs (SAPs), within the Black-Budget.com (containing unacknowledged and waived SAPs). These programs do not exist publicly, but they do indeed exist. They are better known as ‘deep black programs.’ A 1997 US Senate report described them as “so sensitive that they are exempt from standard reporting requirements to the Congress.” You can read more about that here.
Judging by the fact that there is substantial evidence that the Germans were making flying saucers as far back as 1941, as well as other countries, could these particular “flying saucers” be crafted by another country? Perhaps manufactured by the Germans, soviets, China, or whoever, to conduct reconnaissance missions over other countries’ military installations?

UFOs over military installations are nothing new. For example, the picture below is a real picturetaken in August of 1952. It’s a photograph of multiple UFOs taken by the Coast Guard photographer at the time above a US military installation, a common place for UFO sightings.  The photo was classified by the US government, and then later approved for release. It was witnessed by multiple ‘professional’ people.


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Friday, September 15, 2017

How Close Are We To First Contact With Aliens

Next year, scientists will send messages to search for aliens

How the “Messaging Extraterrestrial Intelligences” community is preparing for humans to talk to aliens.
For the last half-century or so, astronomers around the world have been scanning the cosmos with massive radio telescopes in hopes of finding some sign of intelligent life. This network of alien-hunters comprises the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence (SETI), but despite all their efforts, the interstellar radio waves have remained quiet. One might even say too quiet.
Humans are preparing to speak with ET
Depending on who you ask, the first contact with an extraterrestrial civilization might happen any day now. Seth Shostak, director of the SETI Institute, has famously predicted that we'll hear from ET within the next two decades. Others, such as the Cornell University astronomer Yervant Terzian are less optimistic -- his probabilistic calculations place the first contact in about 1,500 years, assuming there's anyone left on Earth to receive the call.
But many SETI astronomers aren't content with only scanning the airwaves for signs of ET. Instead, they think we should also be actively reaching out to the cosmos on behalf of planet Earth.
These astronomers occupy a controversial niche within the SETI community known as Messaging Extraterrestrial Intelligences or METI. At the forefront of this group is Douglas Vakoch, president of METI International, a research group dedicated to designing and sending messages intended for extraterrestrial recipients.
Some at SETI  say it is a bad idea to contact alitens.
Vakoch and his colleagues at METI International are fighting an uphill battle. Aside from all the technical problems that come with trying to contact aliens, many SETI astronomers think it's a bad idea.
The METI opposition group, which includes scientists like Stephen Hawking, argues that since we have no idea what ET might be like, sending a message into the cosmos comes with a huge existential risk. If the aliens happen to be friendly, no problem. But if they're hostile, that means we're essentially sending out a beacon that says "ATTACK HERE."

A lot of ink has been spilled over whether or not actively attempting to make contact with extraterrestrials is advisable. But despite the arguments to the contrary, Vakoch said he's not worried.
"One of the reasons people are so afraid of METI is that it seems riskier to do something than to do nothing," Vakoch told me over email. "When we try to evaluate the risks and benefits of an unknown situation where we have little or no actual data, we fall back on the most vivid images that come to mind. But just because the first images of alien contact that come to mind are horrific, that doesn't mean they're realistic."
By 2018, METI International hopes to begin sending messages into space. This immediately presents a host of problems, such as: how do you design a message for a species that is totally unfamiliar with any language on Earth?
Over the last 50 years, a number of solutions to this problem have been proposed, ranging from full-fledged mathematical languages to rudimentary chatbots, music, or pictograms. For the most part, SETI scientists are in agreement that the message will have to be strongly rooted in mathematics and physics since these are likely to be the only two types of knowledge we have in common with the ET. METI International is also taking this approach.

"Some of the most prominent messages of the past have tried to cover everything," Vakoch said. "We're taking the opposite approach. Rather than trying to communicate everything [about math, science, and life on Earth], we are focusing on saying a few things very clearly. For our first messages, we are emphasizing the essentials of math and physics."
Another point of consideration is where to send a message. Every year, astronomers are discovering more planets orbiting other stars in the so-called habitable zone. This means the planet is just far away from its host star to host liquid water without it evaporating or completely freezing. Vakoch said METI International will be targeting nearby stars, especially those known to have planets in the habitable zones.  
Finally there's the question of what the message should say. Here too, history has seen a wide variety of answers. At this point, we've sent a Doritos commercial, the molecular formula for alcohol (accompanied with "Cheers!" of course), and a bunch of Craigslist classified ads to other solar systems, as well as more scientifically rigorous messages in which we've attempted to teach an alien recipient about math, science, and life on Earth.
The question of who gets to speak for Earth is a tricky one, especially given the contentious nature of the METI project as a whole. But for now, Vakoch and his colleagues are focused on figuring out how to communicate with aliens so that when we get that first "Hello," we won't be left speechless.
"Many of our most severe problems on Earth today are due to a focus on immediate gratification," Vakoch said. "If future generations of SETI researchers are looking for replies to today's transmissions, committed to a multigenerational scientific project, the very act of continuing to look will be a success in itself, whether or not they ever find life out there."

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Thursday, September 14, 2017

Ex-Worker Says Wright Patterson Base Has A Series of Secret Tunnels That House Aliens

Aliens from Roswell being kept in underground tunnels at secretive US base, says ex-worker

ALIENS are being kept at a military base in Ohio, US, according to one former employee who worked there for almost 40 years.

Raymond Szymanski, an ex-engineer at the Wright-Patterson Air Force Base (WPAFB), says that aliens from the infamous Roswell incident in 1947 were transported from the alleged crash site in New Mexico to the Dayton, Ohio, military base.
Mr. Szymanksi has revealed the “secrets” of the base in his new book ’50 Shades of Greys’ and he is believed to be the first person to blow the whistle on the aliens at WPAFB.

Major Jesse Marcel examining debris at the
Roswell field office from the downed UFO.
The engineer-turned-alien hunter says that he was first made aware of aliens at UFOs by his mentor, who he has named ‘Al’.
He says that Al showed him a series of tunnels and vaults beneath the surface which was both a home and burial site to ETs.
Mr. Szymanksi said: “[Al] said that in 1947 there was a crash down in Roswell and they brought the machines and the aliens here for inspection and said they keep them in secret tunnels under the base.
“When I asked him how he came to know about the secret, he responded, 'Everybody who works on base knows’.”
Following the discussion with Al, Mr. Szymanski decided to carry out research into the “secret” UFO and extra-terrestrial activity at the base, where he worked for 39 years.
He said: “For the next four decades I had dozens if not hundreds of brief conversations regarding the 'secret' I'd been given during my first week on base.
“The important fact established here is that not one single person at that time ever said, ’We have no aliens here, you crazy son of a b*tch’... I saw lots of smiles but no denials.'
“I’ve been basically investigating locations on the base that I think could contain clues to its history relative to extraterrestrials and UFOs ever since.
“By looking at the evidence, which I document in the book in text and photographs, it would appear to me as if the stories are true.”
The author of 50 Shades of Greys claims to have seen the secret tunnels which home the “greys” – as he calls the aliens – but not the extra-terrestrial beings themselves.
Mr. Szymanski believes that the tunnels are state-of-the art climate-controlled facilities and deep underground cryogenic chambers which are catered to the aliens’ needs.
The reason the public has not been made aware of extra-terrestrial beings, however, is simply because they are “not ready”, the ex-WPAFB employee says.
He told The Sun: "We still aren’t ready for full disclosure, the governments like to keep secrets cause that’s what keeps us safe sometimes.
"The last time the Air-Force made the announcement ‘hey we’ve got a flying saucer’ that didn’t go so well, so what would happen if they announced it this time?
"I really don’t see a change, I don’t think the fact that we have cell phones or 150,000 cable TV channels will make us any more prepared than the people were in 1947 after Roswell.”

Friday, September 1, 2017

Young Einstein Says CERN Created A Parallel Universe That We Now Live In

AN EXTREMELY SMART KID THINKS CERN SHIFTED US INTO A PARALLEL UNIVERSE


Max Laughan says that CERN created a parallel universe that we are living in.
When I think of myself and my relation to the universe, I envision that viral astrophysicist’s video of a journey from face to space. The three-minute footage begins on a woman’s face. It then continuously zooms out, revealing a shot of the universe, one billion light years away from Earth.

The purpose of the video is to visually explain the different scales of the universe. It certainly makes me feel small in an infinite universe. And then it makes me question so many things.

Stephen Hawking once urged: “Look up at the stars and not down at your feet. Try to make sense of what you see, and wonder about what makes the universe exist. Be curious.”


The complexity of the universe is immense — so much so that if we try to grasp it, even for a moment, it can make your head feel like it’s going to explode until you drop to your knees, flail your arms about, and look for the TV remote to find some meaningless entertainment. But this confusion is beautiful.

We strive to understand so much in our day-to-day lives, so much about ourselves, and so much about the world we live in, whether from the comfort of our living rooms or within the structure of a classroom.

What we know about the universe, as told by textbooks, barely begins to scratch the surface of its complexity. As a child, a part of me thought academia was set in stone. I trusted Christopher Columbus to always be celebrated, and I assumed Pluto was a forever planet. But today, I realize human error makes us, well, human. The universe is the biggest teacher of all, and we are merely trying to learn its lessons one day at a time, one textbook at a time, one online article at a time.

What is our reality? Is it our human flesh, our mortality, the capability of life on Mars? Yes. But it is also quantum entanglement, unified field of consciousness, free energy, superhuman abilities, singularity, parallel universes, and alternate realities. The universe is as simple as the smile on my face and as complex as the word “infinity.”

As an adult, I could perhaps rant forever about the complexities of the universe, but I also feel like I would just be a hamster on a wheel if I did that. Why? Because the adult brain is learned, and therefore it is pretty clouded. Would it be different if I could head back to my childhood years and try to put the complexity of the universe into words?

Perhaps what we need is a child to be bold enough to color outside the lines. To use their ignorance as intelligence, with ignorance being the lack of boundaries society creates.
Max Laughlin may be just a kid, but he’s certainly not just any kid. Having become famous across the world for presenting his brilliant viewpoints on topics like the nature of the universe and alternate realities, listening to him will make your jaw drop.

In the below video, Laughlin presents a new theory that CERN — the European Organization for Nuclear Research, and one of the world’s largest and most respected centers for scientific research — destroyed our universe and we live in another universe that was parallel and closest to it.



If you're anxious to find out more, you’re not alone.

Wednesday, August 23, 2017

Scotland Has 1000 UFO Sightings Every Year

Scotland an alien nation as expert reveals over 1000 UFO sightings a year

Robinson is an expert on UFOs and Alien visits
A  UFO expert has revealed there are about 1000 reported sightings in Scotland every year.
Malcolm Robinson last night insisted Scotland is a hotspot for strange goings on in the skies but claimed the Governments are trying to cover it up.
The Scot, from Tullibody, Clackmannanshire, is the founder of Strange Phenomena Investigations and speaks at events on claims of alien visitors.
Robinson admitted 98 per cent of sightings can be explained. But he said the remaining genuine reports give cause for curiosity.
Robinson, who now lives in Hastings, said: “It’s extraordinary. Something is definitely going on in the skies above Scotland.

Robinson believes the Government are trying to cover up UFO sightings
“Sightings are on the rise and interest in the subject is increasing. Of the roughly 1000 reports we get from Scotland every year, 10 to 20 can be described as accurate.
“There are natural explanations for 95 per cent of them, around three per cent are test aircraft and sometimes there are rare atmospheric phenomena.
“There are several hotspots in the country – Bonnybridge is one of the best in the world.
Robinson believes the Governments are withholding information.
He said: “There are many skeptics and I started off as one of them. But I did research, looked at the overwhelming evidence and had my eyes opened.
“Sightings are on the rise and I am certain the British Government knows what is going on.
“They have the information they aren’t willing to share. The $1million question is, ‘Where are these objects coming from?’”
His book UFO Case Files of Scotland is being reprinted next month.
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