Sunday, November 29, 2015

Is An Astronaut Attempting To Send A Message About Extraterrestrials To Humanity?

Is Humanity espousing existence of UFOs?

Michio Kaku (born January 24, 1947) is an American futurist, theoretical physicist and popularizer of science, says is “bound to set the gold standard for UFO research.”

Michio Kaku (born January 24, 1947) is an American futurist, theoretical physicist and popularizer of science, says is “bound to set the gold standard for UFO research.”

UFOs existence is oblivious

My own thoughts include, what if “they” aren’t (all) from another planet? Even today we have people living at fairly advanced levels, technology-wise, while others remain in the Brazilian rainforest in the Stone Age, seemingly oblivious to our existence. Perhaps they’ve been here for a very long time, and we ourselves are almost oblivious to their existence?


U.S. astronaut Scott Kelly posted a photo overlooking South India on Sunday, Nov. 15. The Twitter photo, showing off a spectacular view of the world from above, immediately became viral as science buffs and UFO enthusiasts spotted a glowing, metallic and cigar-shaped object in its upper right portion.
The 51-year-old astronaut is fond of posting photos on his Twitter page to share his view from the International Space Station. Up to date, the photo currently has 5,000 retweets and more than 8,500 likes.

It didn’t take long for people to spot something odd in the image

In the right upper corner, it appears there is a long object that seems to have lights on either end. UFO enthusiasts quickly jumped on the image, as well as Kelly’s good night wishes, as proof of alien life.
An apparent ‘object’ in the top right hand corner of the image has piqued the interest of UFO hunters such as sonofmabarker. “In the upper right of the photo you can clearly see a large object with two lights on each end. It also appears to be very large and constructed,” he wrote, in a post accompanying a YouTube video on the image.
“Scott Kelly likes to send out photos of the view from the windows of the space station…and they look cool. This one however has a cigar shaped glowing UFO with a metallic body in it. The UFO is about 25 meters long and 150-200 meters away,” wrote the same blogger.
The blogger was trying to hint at the existence of aliens. Message received and thanks,” he added.
The image spread quickly on line, complete with a video from other UFO hunters.



One blogger also weighed in on the image. “Scott Kelly likes to send out photos of the view from the windows of the space station … and they look cool,” he wrote. “This one however has a cigar shaped glowing UFO with a metallic body in it.”
It didn’t take long for people to spot something odd in the image. In the right upper corner, it appears there is a long object that seems to have lights on either end. UFO enthusiasts quickly jumped on the image, as well as Kelly’s good night wishes, as proof of alien life.
“Scott Kelly likes to send out photos of the view from the windows of the space station…and they look cool. This one however has a cigar shaped glowing UFO with a metallic body in it. The UFO is about 25 meters long and 150-200 meters away,” so the blogger believes.
“It looks like Scott was trying to hint at the existence of aliens. Message received Scott, and thanks,” he added.
Some think the mysterious object is about 82 feet long and between 492 and 981 feet away. “It looks like Scott was trying to hint at the existence of aliens. Message received Scott, and thanks.” he added.
Some contend the image is part of a Space Station window and is visible in several of Kelly’s other images. Others said the object is reflection of ISS lights.

The object, of course, may be a reflection in the Space Station’s window, or even a piece of space debris

NASA Administrator Charles Bolden, for example, recently warned that too little is being done to remove debris from space,
Yes, according to some hoping to find out if the truth is really out there, Kelly stumbled upon “E.T.” heading home.
In the upper right hand corner of the image, which shows a twinkling Indian peninsula below, two small beams that look a lot like headlights in space shine brighter than the surrounding stars against the black backdrop of space.

So, is it a UFO? Theoretical physicist Michio Kaku is skeptical

“Well, I tell my friends who claim to be abducted by a flying saucer, ‘If you’re in a flying saucer, steal something,'” he told CBS News jokingly. “I don’t care what it is, a pen, a paperweight, anything, so you have bragging rights after you leave the flying saucer, otherwise, you’re empty-handed.”
On the Internet, Kelly’s post became something of an online Rorschach test — what it shows depends on how the viewer perceives it.
“Scott Kelly likes to send out photos of the view from the windows of the space station…and they look cool,” he wrote. “This one however has a cigar shaped glowing UFO with a metallic body in it. The UFO is about 25 meters long and 150-200 meters away. It looks like Scott was trying to hint at the existence of aliens. Message received Scott, and thanks.”
Kaku suggested the image might be nothing more than a smudge.
“Eyewitness accounts are not enough, even a photograph could be a smudge. It could be a reflection off someone’s windshield, or it could be almost anything,” he added. “That’s why we want something tangible — an alien chip, alien DNA — then the debate is over.”
An object that appears in the right hand corner of an image tweeted by Kelly Thursday is also generating buzz.
NASA hasn’t commented on what the object could be. However, even if Kelly didn’t get proof that something IS out there, he’s still making history. As of Friday, he’s been in space for 237 days, giving him the record for the most total cumulative time spent in space. He’s scheduled to be on the Space Station for a total of 342 days
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