Friday, 13 June 2014

Spacing Out! Ep. 77 - Dancing fireball UFO

Published on 13 Jun 2014 By Open Minds Production
A young girl recorded video of a dancing fireball UFO in England. That and other UFO news on this episode of Spacing Out!

Why NASA Is Using Inflatable Spacecraft


Published on 30 May 2014 By DNews

Next year, NASA will be sending an inflatable spacecraft to the ISS! Why are we using inflatable spacecrafts instead of the traditional spacecrafts? Trace explains how using inflatable objects will open up many new doors in space!

Have an out-of-this world experience at the UFO Festival in Edinburg

The truth is out there!!
And now is your chance to discover it at the 2nd Annual UFO Conference.
This conference will shed light on some of the mysteries we've all wondered about like if there are really aliens among us.
Friday morning we had Letty Gonzales and Imelda Rodriguez, with the Edinburg Chamber of Commerce, to talk about some of the extraterrestrial experiences you can have at this great conference.
It will take place June 13 and 14 and features authors and presenters with first-hand knowledge of recorded sightings.
Day one kicks off with an opportunity to meet authors and presenters from 2 - 4 p.m. at the Dustin Michael Sekula Memorial Library.
The fun continues with the Out of This World Jardin Del Arte event at the Edinburg City Hall Courtyard from 7 - 10 p.m.
This free event - will feature a laser light show experience designed exclusively for the occasion.
Day two will be at the Edinburg Conference Center at Renaissance from 9 a.m. - 10 p.m.
Tickets are $20 and can be purchased at the door or by calling (956) 388-8900 or (956) 648-3506.

UFO sleuth Richard Dolan visits Thunder Bay

Star gazers who are trying to gain a better grasp of the universe came out to hear an American UFO researcher speak at the Mind Vault in Thunder Bay on Sunday.
One of the 50 people in attendance was Thunder Bay Observatory operator Randy McAllister, who said his belief in UFOs and extraterrestrials evolved from his interest in astronomy.
"Our reasoning tells us that there's more going on up there than meets the eye and science is just finally catching up,” he said.

Thunder Bay resident Randy McAllister says science is just finally
catching up with what's going on in the universe. (Nicole Ireland/CBC) 

“And I could give you lots of examples, like the Kepler space telescope the last couple of years, [and] how many planets it's found. Science is starting to catch up to our understanding of the universe."
The man McAllister came to see — Richard Dolan — has been researching UFOs for 20 years.
Dolan said multiple military and intelligence sources have told him the US government has been actively studying UFOs for decades. He also pointed to several documents that have been declassified and predicted more secrets will be uncovered in the coming years.

UFO researcher Richard Dolan came to The Mind Vault in Thunder Bay, where about 50 people watched his presentation called "UFO's for Modern Thinkers." The presentation is part of a cross-Canada tour called the Modern Knowledge Tour. (Nicole Ireland/CBC)
"You know, the Wikileaks era is now upon us,” Dolan told the crowd.
“We're at the cusp of a massive transformation in certain fundamental structures of knowledge of our society."
Dolan noted that physics is starting to explain some UFO phenomena, including manipulating gravity.


Published on 29 May 2014

Drawing from hundreds of UFO cases around the world. Top 10 UFO Crash Retrievals of All Time. Loaded with visuals, eye witness testimony and fascinating details about these amazing UFO cases. Recommended for both our well informed viewers and anyone who is new to Ufology.

Published on 8 Jun 2014
Now presenting an amazing sequel to the groundbreaking film The Mysterious Origins of Man. It's Indiana Jones meets The X-Files in this intriguing program that tackles the age-old question "Where did we come from?" Fascinating viewing! Highly recommended! - Michael Rogers, "Library Journal." The creators of the Emmy Award Winning Mystery of the Sphinx and The Mysterious Origins of Man present a revolutionary new film that examines one of our greatest mysteries: Is there an Extraterrestrial connection to Man's origins? This film challenges what we are being taught about human evolution and the rise of early civilization. A new breed of scientific investigators present startling evidence that the academic community has quietly ignored. Includes the facts about this amazing ET mystery and a fascinating series of spellbinding interviews with researchers, scientists, and the best known, most credible Suppressed Science authorities in the world today.

NASA's real life Enterprise may take us to other star systems one day

Dr. Harold "Sonny" White is still working on a warp drive at NASA's Johnson Space Center. His work is still in the experimental stage but that doesn't mean he can't imagine what the real life Enterprise ship would look like according to his math. This is the starship that may take us where no human has gone before. And it has me screaming like a little Klingon girl.
Concept 3D artist Mark Rademaker told io9 that "he worked with White to create the updated model, which includes a sleek ship nestled at the center of two enormous rings, which create the warp bubble."

The updated model is the one you can see above, a variation of the original concept which, according to Dr. White, was rendered by Rademaker based on an idea by Matthew Jeffries, the guy who came with "the familiar Star Trek look." This is the original warp drive spaceship concept:
Dr. White—whose daily life is working in future propulsion solutions for interplanetary travel in the near future, like ion and plasma thrusters—developed new theoretical work that solved the problems of the Alcubierre Drive concept, a theory that allowed faster-than-light travel based on Einstein's field equations in general relativity, developed by theoretical physicist Miguel Alcubierre.
A spaceship equipped with a warp drive would allow faster-than-light travel by bending the space around it, making distances shorter. At the local level, however, the spaceship wouldn't be moving faster than light. Therefore, warp drive travel doesn't violate the first Einstein commandment: Thou shall not travel faster than light.
Dr. White's work at the Advanced Propulsion Theme Lead for the NASA Engineering Directorate is science. And while his department only gets peanuts compared to NASA's budget (not to talk about the Pentagon's) I find his words comforting:
Perhaps a Star Trek experience within our lifetime is not such a remote possibility.
See, Dr. White and his colleagues aren't making a movie or coming up with 3D renders for the sake of it. They just don't just believe a real life warp drive is theoretically possible; they've already started the work to create one:
Working at NASA Eagleworks—a skunkworks operation deep at NASA's Johnson Space Center—Dr. White's team is trying to find proof of those loopholes. They have "initiated an interferometer test bed that will try to generate and detect a microscopic instance of a little warp bubble" using an instrument called the White-Juday Warp Field Interferometer.
It may sound like a small thing now, but the implications of the research huge. In his own words:
Although this is just a tiny instance of the phenomena, it will be existence proof for the idea of perturbing space time-a "Chicago pile" moment, as it were. Recall that December of 1942 saw the first demonstration of a controlled nuclear reaction that generated a whopping half watt. This existence proof was followed by the activation of a ~ four megawatt reactor in November of 1943. Existence proof for the practical application of a scientific idea can be a tipping point for technology development.
According to Dr. White, this is a roadmap that they need to follow to achieve that final objective of rapid interstellar travel.


If his work is successful, he says that we would be able to create an engine that will get us to Alpha Centauri "in two weeks as measured by clocks here on Earth." The time will be the same in the spaceship and on Earth, he claims, and there will not be "tidal forces inside the bubble, no undue issues, and the proper acceleration is zero. When you turn the field on, everybody doesn't go slamming against the bulkhead, which would be a very short and sad trip."Every time I read that paragraph I smile—and these renders just make my smile so wide it looks stupid.OK, Dr. White, you got our attention. Make it so.