Sunday, 29 June 2014

Spacing Out! Ep. 79 & 78 - UFO shuts down motorcycle's engine / Black TIE Fighter UFO

UFO shuts down motorcycle's engine - Spacing Out! Ep. 79 
Published on 27 Jun 2014
A witness recalls a UFO encounter that affected his motorcycle's engine. That and other space and UFO news on this episode of Spacing Out!

Black TIE Fighter UFO - Spacing Out! Ep. 78
Published on 20 Jun 2014
A black UFO seen with night vision equipment in Mexico resembles a TIE Fighter from Star Wars. That and other space and UFO news on this episode of Spacing Out!

UFO Files: UFOs vs The Government

Published on 26 Jun 2014 By UFO GLOBE
A look at what the governments of the United States, England, and Belgium could know about the existence of UFOs, and studies what some say is smoking gun evidence of a web of secrecy.

UFO Spheres Caught On Video Over Orange County CA

Published on 19 Jun 2014 By Justin Me
We where on our way home from Irvine and saw this light in the sky then 2 then just the one .... we followed it all the way to dana point about 10 miles ,,, then we pulled over to get these crazy videos ,,,, I am not saying its an Alien but it is a UFO for sure ,,, there in mountain there, there is no reason for these lights...

UFO Descends On Mars Curiosity NASA Rover For The Second Time

Published on 26 Jun 2014 By ParadigmNews

The Mystery Of The Moon Is Finally Solved!

Published on 13 Jun 2014 By DNews

For 55 years, scientists have not fully understood how the moon was formed, and why the far side and the near side look drastically different. Now, they believe they finally have solved this mystery, and Trace is here to tell you all about it.

Topic: UFO - Melinda Leslie - Sedona UFO Tours

Published on 18 Jun 2014 By Topic UFO
Rick welcomes Abductee and UFO Tour Guide, Melinda Leslie to the program...Melinda discusses her 25+ years in the world of Ufology, as well as the UFO Tours she currently operates in Sedona, Arizona.  

Alien Abductees Over the Moon To Find a Close-Encounter Group

Geoffrey Crockford tested a pair of trousers for alien residues. Matthew Dalton/The Wall Street Journal
HASTINGS, England—Telling your family and friends that you've been abducted by aliens is hard. Even harder is revealing to them you may actually be part extraterrestrial.

A team of self-described alien investigators recently delivered that second bit of news to Adam Chatterton, 34 years old, a normal-looking Englishman. Using a technique known as "dowsing," the team says it identified residues on Mr. Chatterton suggesting he may have otherworldly origins.

Mr. Chatterton, who manages a riding stable, took the revelation in stride. "It wasn't that much of a shock," he said, adding that he suspected as much for some time.

The tests on Mr. Chatterton were arranged by Joanne Summerscales, founder of the Anomalous Mind Management, Abductee, Contactee, Helpline Project, or AMMACH. The British group provides counseling and support to people who have had the troubling experience of believing they have had contact with aliens.

Mr. Chatterton and around 40 others convened last month in this seaside town for AMMACH's annual conference, which aims to encourage close encounters with people who claim to have had close encounters. Admission was £45, or about $75, including a light lunch of quiche and salad.

This year's conference may come at a particularly important time. Ms. Summerscales and others at the meeting say our intergalactic neighbors may be close to revealing themselves to the public at large, an event that would have important implications in many areas.

"It changes everything about everything," Ms. Summerscales said. "So it's quite big."

Scientists say it is certainly possible that intelligent life exists somewhere in the universe, even probable depending on the number of Earth-like planets out there and a few other conditions. But the odds that aliens hit Earth out of the vast cosmic dartboard and had the technological capability to make the trip are extremely low, they say.

Such arguments carry little weight with many people. A Reuters Ipsos poll of 23,000 adults across the world in 2010 found that 20% not only believe aliens exist but say they even walk among us disguised as people.
In the three years since founding her group, Ms. Summerscales, who doesn't recall being abducted herself, says she has been in touch with around 1,500 people who say they have had contact with aliens. People like Mike Smith, who in a speech at the conference said that he had been contacted and abducted multiple times by otherworldly entities—perhaps aliens, perhaps creatures from another dimension.
"I don't want to be a nutter who's been abducted," said Mr. Smith, 64, a traveling musician, "but I am."
Many at the conference rejected the "nutter" label. Geoffrey Crockford, a retired occupational hygienist who is a member of the team that tested Mr. Chatterton, said his team's discoveries show aliens have visited and continue to visit the Earth.
The group spends much of its time hopscotching around Europe, identifying supposed alien burial and spacecraft landing sites. They use metal dowsing rods, which are held parallel and then swing into a crossed position, they say, in the presence of elements, such as iridium, supposedly left behind by extraterrestrials. Iridium is a rare element in the Earth's crust, but is often found in meteorites.
What do the aliens want? It is unclear, but they probably mean no harm, Mr. Crockford said at the conference. He suspects they abide by some sort of cosmic convention that forbids harming other intelligent life.
"The one thing we're worried about is they found out what we're doing, and that would blow their cover," Mr. Crockford said. "Then they might react to that."
A reporter asked him whether it was possible that aliens read The Wall Street Journal.
"Probably not," Mr. Crockford said.
Reports of alien abduction in the U.K. and elsewhere have become more frequent and complex since the 1960s, when an American couple's alleged encounter with a spacecraft in New Hampshire became one of the first widely publicized abduction stories.
"What you find is that they're all trying to outdo each other," said David Clarke, a journalism professor at Sheffield Hallam University who has studied reports of alien abduction but doesn't believe in them. "Not only do you have to be abducted, you've got to have had hybrid babies with them as well."
Take Simon Parkes, for example: a driving instructor and Labour Party town councilor in Whitby, who told Ms. Summerscales in a videotaped interview several years ago that he was taken by an alien he called the Cat Queen, who later bore him a child named Zarka. Also, his real mother is a green alien with eight fingers, he said.
Many discussions about alien abduction come down to two questions: Are they making it up? And if not, are they crazy? But Mr. Parkes said in an interview that he rarely hears such questions.
"The interesting thing is, I announced all this, and then I was elected," Mr. Parkes said. "I'm the man who fixes the streetlights when they're not working."
The U.K. Ministry of Defence was for a while an object of scrutiny for the alien obsessed. The military had a classified program starting in the 1950s that monitored UFO reports, but the task of responding to the public's inquiries became too onerous. The government closed it during budget cuts in 2009, at which point the entire program consisted of one person behind a desk.
"The Ministry of Defence has no expertise or role in respect of UFO/flying saucer matters or to the question of the existence or otherwise of extraterrestrial life-forms, about which it remains totally open-minded," the UFO desk officer wrote in one of many declassified documents now in the U.K. National Archives that appear to contain no evidence of alien contact with humans.
Colin Woodford, a retired British Airways ground-crew worker attending the conference, doubts the government released all its UFO files. "They're just putting out some froth," he said.
As the meeting ended, Nigel Hughes, a member of Mr. Crockford's team, announced a special attraction: "a pair of trousers from a well-documented U.F.O. encounter."
The pants belonged to a man who reported being dragged along the ground in Scotland by an alien spacecraft in 1979.
"We're very fortunate," Mr. Hughes said.
Soon, Mr. Crockford was waving his dowsing rods over the torn black pants, as a crowd looked on. The results were inconclusive.

Crop Circles June 2014 - Besford, Near Pershore, Worcestershire / Badbury Rings, nr Wimborne Minster / Black Wood, nr Popham, Hampshire / West Kennet Long Barrow / Silbury Hill


Discovery Science’s “Are We Alone?” Annual Alien Theme Week Begins July 21st

Season 5 of “Through The Wormhole” will also premiere, narrated by Morgan Freeman.

By Jennifer Cox 

Discovery Science is gearing up for their annual "Are We Alone?" Alien Theme Week, which kicks off on July 21st- it will be followed by the premiere of Season 5 of "Through the Wormhole," narrated by Hollywood heavyweight Morgan Freeman.
“Are We Alone?” features world-renowned scientists, prominent journalists, and alien investigators examining fascinating accounts of unusual encounters, and possible UFO sightings from around the world. Viewers can indulge their curiosity nightly from July 28-August 1 with “Are We Alone?” specials and series including the exclusive premiere of "Uncovering Aliens" (July 30), the network premieres of "Alien Mummies" (July 29), and "Aliens: The Definitive Guide" (August 1), and more.
The nightly can’t-miss “Are We Alone?” week schedule is as follows:

Alien Encounters- Monday, July 28 at 10pm

Alien Mummies- Tuesday, July 29 at 9pm

Uncovering Aliens- Wednesday, July 30 at 8pm

Alien Mysteries- Thursday, July 31 at 8pm

Aliens: The Definitive Guide- Friday, August 1 at 8pm

Along with the extra-terrestrial excitement, the month-long freeview continues with the Season 5 premiere of "Through the Wormhole" (August 4), joined by Academy Award-winning actor Morgan Freeman, the exclusive return of "How Do They Do It" Season 11 (August 6), and the second season of "Mutant Planet" (August 8).
Photo: C.M. Wiggins/

3 UFO Sightings Recorded in Declassified NSA Document

The universe is full of mysteries that challenge our current knowledge. In "Beyond Science" Epoch Times collects stories about these strange phenomena to stimulate the imagination and open up previously undreamed of possibilities. Are they true? You decide.
The U.S. National Security Agency (NSA) recorded several sightings of unidentified flying objects [UFOs] in a top secret report. In 1980, a civil action suit was brought against the NSA by a group called Citizens Against Unidentified Flying Objects Secrecy.
Since that time, the NSA has declassified many reports on UFOs.
Here’s a look at four of the incidents in one of the declassified documents. Information has been redacted, making it difficult at times to piece together the findings. The reports often conclude the objects could be propaganda balloons or satellites.

1. Radar Detects Multiple UFOs Same Time Daily

A portion of a declassified NSA report on UFOs. Read the full document here. (Screenshot/

Multiple UFOs were detected on radar usually between the time of 7 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. traveling against the wind, according to the NSA report. The largest number observed at one time was eight, and they were estimated to be flying at a height of 50,000 feet. The objects were described as yellow or green and as drifting over the area (the location is not given).
Military electronics experts were sent to investigate, along with a civilian meteorologist and a civilian scientist.
It seems one person thought the UFOs could be sophisticated devices of some sort, though it is unclear who held this opinion or what specific kind of devices they could be. The report states: “Possibility that UFO’s some kind of sophisticated [redacted] device appears remote though this is what [redacted] suspects.”
“Possibly these are reflections of [word redacted] and/or [word redacted] propaganda balloons, depending on wind direction at UFO’s altitude.”
The report states that four reliable Americans spotted them and said they may be satellites or space debris. One of the observers had spent years professionally observing satellites. Though the sentence specifically describing this observer’s opinion is partially redacted or illegible, it seems to indicate he thought the object he saw was similar to a satellite: “He indicated this observation, made from [redacted] outside [redacted] was of [illegible] nature, a yellowish object on a steady course.”

2. 33 Yellow or Green UFOs Spotted

NSA UFO Report
A portion of a declassified NSA report on UFOs. Read the full document here. (Screenshot/

As in the previous report, another report states that UFOs described as yellow or green seem to drift over an area (again unspecified). A total of 33 were sighted in the area.
The chances that the UFOs are “some kind of sophisticated [redacted] device appears remote,” the report states. “Unless amplifying [illegible] received, most plausible explanation of UFOs is that they are either [redacted] or [redacted] propaganda balloons.”

3. A Ball of Light Splits Into 3

NSA UFO Report

A portion of a declassified NSA report on UFOs. Read the full document here. (Screenshot/

It is common for people who report seeing UFOs to describe multiple, smaller UFOs coming out of one large one.
In one of the NSA reports, it seems the original object disappeared, however, becoming three separate objects.
“[Redacted] saw an elongated ball of fire moving … [redacted] … high rate of speed. After covering some distance, it split into three balls of fire,” the heavily redacted report states.
Again propaganda balloons or satellites are posited as explanations.

Early registration for the 2015 International UFO Congress now open


The International UFO Congress is returning to Fountain Hills, Arizona this February 18-22, 2015! This is your chance to attend the largest annual UFO conference in the world. This five day event features over 20 speakers, a film festival, parties, skywatching, vendors, experiencer sessions, and more!
The IUFOC is currently running a super early-bird registration promotion with the lowest event rates possible for those who register before September 1, 2014! The full-attendance package consists of 5-days of lectures and films, entrance and dinner at the two conference parties and awards ceremony, and optional participation in other events for only $199.00 and the Speakers Only package is available for only $149.00.

Former NASA astrobiologist and 2014 speaker Richard Hoover (credit: Jason McClellan)
At the UFO Congress you will hear from a variety of speakers including renowned researchers, doctors, authors, television personalities, and alleged abductees. A variety of topics including UFO sightings, the search for extraterrestrial life, alien abduction, exopolitics, government cover-up, and more means there is something everyone can learn.
We-Ko-Pa Resort (formally the Fort McDowell Radisson)
The event is hosted at the beautiful We-Ko-Pa Resort & Conference Center (formally known as the Fort McDowell Radisson) and is adjacent to one of Arizona’s largest casinos. The resort is just a short shuttle ride from the Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport. There are several other hotels in town that are close to the event should you choose to stay off property. More information about lodging and camping can be found here: 2015 UFO Congress Hotels
We’re putting together a program which highlights various aspects of the phenomenon in order to provide an opportunity for everyone to increase their awareness with what is going on around them as well as in the greater Universe. Don’t miss out on your chance to save and attend the biggest UFO conference there is! Mingle with like-minded people from all over the globe for five days of knowledge, food, entertainment, and more.
Interested in becoming a vendor at the event? Download the application here: 2015 International UFO Congress Vendor Form

Vendors at the 2014 International UFO Congress (credit: UFO Congress)

The EU Is Building You A James Bond Style Personal Helicopter


Rush hour might just be the worst thing. The EU agrees which is why it's helping to fund a project to build an automated personal helicopter which would fly above the traffic removing precious hours stuck in traffic.
Called myCopter the proposed Personal Aerial Vehicle (PAV) would be a cross between a helicopter and a car letting a user simply take off and fly around without needed any of the pesky barriers in place at the moment like air traffic control.

The project involves universities from all over Europe including the University of Liverpool and looks at turning flying into a task about as complex as driving a car.
To do this the team in Liverpool is creating new automated technologies that would include features like obstacle avoidance, path planning and formation flying, essentially allowing you to sit back, enjoy the view and never have to worry about being stuck in traffic again.

Speaking on the myCopter website, the research team admit they have several large hurdles to overcome first.
"An effective human machine interface (HMI) and Training needs to be created, full or partial autonomous behaviour of a flying vehicle needs to be established (which reduces the risk to the pilot and enables the PAV to be flown by the average person), and finally the social and economical impact of a PAV and its ideal design for acceptance by society at large needs to be investigated."
In case you're thinking this will be relegated to the realms of science fiction, the EU has actually just paid a $4.7 million grant to the project in the hopes of creating not only a prototype but a fully functioning user interface which would let almost anyone fly it.
Presumably at some point there will be a hands-free version, if the EU's 'Project Brainflight' is anything to go by.

What Good Are UFOs?

By Tom Head

During a recent U.S. congressional hearing on the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence (SETI), a conservative member of the House asked UC-Berkerley SETI director Dan Werthimer about UFOs in general, and the History Channel series Ancient Aliens in particular. Werthimer’s response was one for the books: “UFOs have nothing to do with extraterrestrials.”

There’s a great deal of content, here and elsewhere, about UFO visits. No point in hashing that out in much detail. But let’s suppose, as a matter of brute fact, that we were able to verify with a high degree of certainty that an alien spacecraft flew the skies over Earth, and all we knew for certain about it was that it was extraterrestrial in origin. What would that tell us?
Well, we can assume to begin with that if the craft serves a primarily scientific purpose, it would probably be an unmanned probe. As we have discovered ourselves, life support systems are not generally an efficient use of spacecraft resources. And if we sent a spacecraft to a world that we knew contained (semi-)intelligent life, we wouldn’t needlessly risk the lives of personnel by having them fly around in the flak-filed skies before we’d made contact with the general population. Even if the craft were invincible, it would be a horribly inconvenient trip, and—unless the visitors are tourists who want to spend a vacation on a foreign world—there would be no scientific reason to send them here.
We can also reasonably assume that the entity that sent the craft didn’t want to hide it. We’ve already discovered technology that would allow us in principle to make aircraft invisible, and we can assume that any alien civilization capable of traveling to Earth would be similarly familiar with nanomaterials. Remember those helicopter photos of an uncontacted tribe on the Peruvian border, and how unethical many observers found them to be? This would be (at best) the intergalactic equivalent. If we can see extraterrestrial probes, the civilization sending them is trolling us—and maybe being a little cruel about it.
In other words: if any UFOs really are manned alien spacecraft, I think they’re probably full of obnoxious space tourists who don’t have enough to do with their time.