Friday, September 04, 2015
A Texas witness at Texas City reported watching and videotaping lights in a triangle formation that appeared to be hovering, according to testimony in Case 63624 from the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) witness reporting database.
The witness was driving south about 6:45 p.m. on February 25, 2015, when a group of lights in a triangle formation appeared in the sky to the east.
“I had to turn and when I was again facing the lights the top light had broke formation and was traveling in a northwestern direction,” the witness stated.
The witness decided to pull over to take photos.
“I wish I could have gotten the formation before the top craft broke it. I was in awe because I hear people talking about lights in a triangular shape and I had never experienced it. These lights seemed awful low to me when I first noticed them and they were just staying still until that one on top moved. When it moved I was videotaping them and had noticed that when I viewed it on a big screen and not my cell phone screen I could see a small flashing, silvery-blue light going the opposite direction and faster than the craft it was flying by.”
The witness believes there was more than one object.
“It also seemed to fly in an uneven path and would get close to the craft. Well the first light got to the distance where I couldn’t see it behind the church that I was at. I filmed the other two lights as the second light had broke formation and was taking the same path as the first light. Seemed like it was almost identical in height and speed as the first one and on the exact path as the first one as well. That one had passed behind the church so I couldn’t see it anymore. I looked at the third light but my arms were sore from holding the big, heavy camera that I finally had to go home.”
How many times have planes been scrambled to intercept UFOs above Burton in the last 10 years?
THE Ministry of Defence has revealed how many times fighter jets have been scrambled to tackle UFOs over Burton and South Derbyshire.
The information was revealed by the government as part of a Freedom of Information request by a member of the public.
Despite several sightings of UFOs in the area in the last few years, the MOD said that they have not had to scramble planes to intercept any extra-terrestrial craft. [...]
An explosion reported over the skies of Iran was actually an alien UFO blasted on the orders of Russian leader Vladimir Putin, conspiracists have crazily claimed.
The outlandish allegation has been made among a string of bizarre theories that the world is going to end in late September - either as a result of ferocious earthquakes brought about by a 'Blood Moon' event on September 28, or due to a huge asteroid strike anytime from September 23 onwards.
Despite NASA publicly denying that an asteroid could strike Earth any time this century, conspiracy theorists remain undeterred.
The latest off-the-wall suggestion is that an alien invasion will signal the start of the apocalypse later this month, but will be dismissed by officials as a natural disaster. [...]
[...] Fifty years ago, a frightened 18-year-old high school graduate and future Navy seaman named Norman Muscarello told police he had seen an unidentified flying object. The event that became known as "The Incident at Exeter" sparked an Air Force investigation and became one of the nation's most celebrated and scrutinized sightings.
The Exeter UFO Festival that runs through this weekend brings together a gathering of notable UFO-logists, true believers, skeptics and the merely curious to raise money for kids' charities and talk about just what the heck happened that night.
Bill Smith, president of the Kiwanis Club of the Exeter Area, said the festival was the brainchild of Dean Merchant, a Kiwanian and UFO enthusiast and researcher.
"He just was fascinated as to just what happened 50 years ago," Smith said. "He was saying, 'Nobody talks about it anymore. Nobody recognizes the significance of the event anymore.'"
It started in late May.
When geoecologist Steffen Zuther and his colleagues arrived in central Kazakhstan to monitor the calving of one herd of saigas, a critically endangered, steppe-dwelling antelope, veterinarians in the area had already reported dead animals on the ground.
But within four days, the entire herd — 60,000 saiga — had died. As veterinarians and conservationists tried to stem the die-off, they also got word of similar population crashes in other herds across Kazakhstan. By early June, the mass dying was over. [See Images of the Saiga Mass Die-Off]
Now, the researchers have found clues as to how more than half of the country's herd, counted at 257,000 as of 2014, died so rapidly. Bacteria clearly played a role in the saigas' demise. But exactly how these normally harmless microbes could take such a toll is still a mystery, Zuther said. [...]
Editor's Note: El Pasoans were paying attention on the night of August, 25th as several residents captured mysterious lights over the city.
Someone found a weird, shriveled animal corpse near a Russian nuclear power plant, so now it's an alien. Seriously, Internet?
[Sorry, there probably isn’t life on Rosetta’s comet — even if ‘scientists’ said so]
Adding fuel to the fire, unfortunately, is a Russian biologist. Yegor Zadereev has announced -- quite reasonably -- that he isn't sure what kind of animal the decrepit little creature is.
This happens periodically: Something a little weird is found, scientists are "puzzled" over it, and the conspiracy theorists go nuts. [...]
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A Texas witness at Killeen reported watching a triangle-shaped UFO hovering over a nearby park for 15 minutes before moving away, according to testimony in Case 69803 from the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) witness reporting database.
The witness was driving home from work and traveling along Rancier Avenue about 3:15 a.m. on August 23, 2015.
“I saw a strange light hovering a little past the park,” the witness stated. “At first I thought it could be a helicopter, since I live in Killeen right next to Fort Hood and there are always helicopters in the air.”
But as the witness moved toward the object it was obvious it was not a helicopter.
“As I got closer I could tell it was a triangle-shaped craft and not a helicopter. I couldn’t hear any noise from it.” [...]
A CHILDREN'S author claims to have been abducted by aliens at the notorious Area 51 military base and warned by the crew of a UFO that landed at UK paranormal hotspot Warminster that the world could end.
Mike Oram who has penned the kids' books The Strange World of Jimmy Hayes and The Zen of Ben claims he and wife Fran Oram were "taken" when they visited the mysterious US military top secret base Area 51 in Nevada.
He claims to have "lost" about two hours, and later under regression - when "an abductee" is hypnotised in order to remeber the experience - discovered the pair were taken through by sinister military-dressed beings through a "portal" to another dimension and experimented on in a bizarre medical suite.
But his space brother came at the eleventh-hour and ordered their captors return them to their vehicle. [...]
Thursday, September 03, 2015
On Sept. 2nd, a billion-ton coronal mass ejection (CME) slammed into Earth's magnetic field. Campers in the Rocky Mountains woke up in the middle of the night, thinking that the glow they saw was sunrise. No, it was the Northern Lights. People in Cuba read their morning paper by the red illumination of aurora borealis. Earth was peppered by particles so energetic, they altered the chemistry of polar ice.
Hard to believe? It really happened--exactly 156 years ago. This map shows where auroras were sighted in the early hours of Sept. 2, 1859:
|Map of Auroras Sighted in Morning – Sept. 2, 1859|
As the day unfolded, the gathering storm electrified telegraph lines, shocking technicians and setting their telegraph papers on fire. The "Victorian Internet" was knocked offline. Magnetometers around the world recorded strong disturbances in the planetary magnetic field for more than a week. [...]