Monday, October 27, 2014

Robert Hastings to Give Talk on UFOs Interacting With Nuclear Weapons & Facilities

Salisbury University talk to detail link between UFOs, nukes


For Robert Hastings, aliens and UFOs aren't just fodder — they're a 365-day-a-year passion.

The self-described "independent UFO researcher" has authored a book about sightings at nuclear weapons sites. He further supplements his living with speaking fees.

His latest talk takes him to Salisbury University on Friday. The lecture is sponsored by the Student Organization for Activity Planning.

The Daily Times spoke with Hastings recently about his life's work.

Are we alone?

I would say that the radar evidence alone demonstrates we have aircraft operating in our atmosphere that are far superior than anything than we have or the Russians or anyone else. So I would say that we aren't.

What evidence do you have?

The radar data is the best data we have because it's empirical, objective evidence.

I've interviewed over 150 persons since 1973 — either launch officers or missile maintenance personnel, people who work with nuclear missiles or police who guard nuclear missiles. What these 150 tell me is there have been numerous incursions at missile sites by saucer-shaped objects.

What were these saucers doing?

The radar data corroborates what they were doing. They were reversing course without doing a turn.

What do authorities say about these sightings?

The Air Forces' official explanation was that these were optical allusions created by thermal inversion. You have a hot and warm layer such that you can create optical illusions in the air. It's a mirage, in other words.

The weather conditions weren't in place to cause a thermal inversion, so it was clearly a cover up by the Air Force.

Why are aliens interested in nuclear weapons sites?

The answer to your question would be speculative on my part.

It's clear that whoever are flying these craft, wherever they're from, however they got here, one thing we can document they're up to is documenting ours and the Soviets' nuclear weapons programs.

I think whoever are flying these crafts for whatever reasons have humankind's best intentions at heart and believe that us and the Russians are playing with fire.

What do you say to skeptics of your work?

As far as public perceptions or the media or scientific community, I would say there's a distinct difference between having an opinion and an informed opinion. If you haven't studied the subject and haven't analyzed data, you have an uninformed opinion.

IF YOU GO

"UFOs: The Secret Story" lecture by Robert Hastings

Where: Salisbury University, Guerrieri University Center, Wicomico room

When: 7 p.m. Friday

Cost: Free

For more information: www.salisbury.edu or www.ufohastings.com


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