SCU paper spotlights related UFO behavior patterns
Does anyone know if the hearing will be on C-span or any other network?
I’m still troubled by all the paranormal/ high strangeness factors surrounding UAP. I’m convinced they’re not of our reality. Why they’re here may be beyond our understanding. Why they’re interested in nukes most likely causes the military to suspect they’re planning an attack.
“Is there a new generation of strategic weapons?” Hancock wonders.
Any laser weapon should attract attention from aliens as no tech. in the universe can outrun a light beam. Ground-based or ship-based facilities maybe are being watched by the US for sightings.
Actually, just had a thought that just before the STS-48 shuttle UAPs (Sept. 15 1991) moved off at high speed in the video there was a flash then just after some sort of projectile (not a laser) seemed to go through the point where the so-called "main object" was - I recall the analysis by physicist Prof. Jack Kasher on this who showed the objects had to be in space and moving fast. Was this an alien/alien attack or human/alien? If ours what weapons do we have 30 years later?
Thanks for article Billy, fascinating that it seems there are trends in the observations they have of the facilities.
It's important to keep in mind that they had already seen 2 atomic bombs used in Japan in 1945 well before the interference incidents occurred during the Cold War.
So they may have found out something after Nagasaki and Hiroshima that we don't understand.
Have you ever read Trevor James Constable’s book They Live in the Sky? Basically the ones interested in nukes are cohabitants here that can’t defend against nukes. They are the ones that bring us the doom prophecies. They are essentially earth bound. So THEY are not ET, but UT. But actual ET’s exist and are monitoring. His theories line up pretty well with what Lue E. has hinted at extensively.
We don't know what the reason(s) may be behind apparent observations of nuclear facilities. I doubt that nukes cause problems beyond the Earth (as some claim). Perhaps it's an interest in the development and use of fissionable materials by primitive societies, or perhaps the nuclear age represents one of the most dangerous periods for any evolving civilisation (given how close we've come to WWIII).
Climate change appears to be a similar threat to human progress, but doesn't share the narrow focus points of secret bases.
If we do reach the point of acknowledging a non-human presence in the atmosphere and oceans, then when do we consider a presence on the ground?
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