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Duke Brickhouse is a former trial lawyer and entertainment attorney who has refocused his life’s work to exposing the truth of our subjugated planet and to help raise humanity’s collective consciousness at this crucial moment in our planet’s history, in order to break out of the dark and negative false reality that is preventing the natural development of our species, to put our planet on a path of love, light and harmony in preparation for our species’ ascension to a fourth density, and to ultimately take our rightful place in the galactic community.

by Dan Taylor            March 24, 2018             (morningticker.com)

Many scientists think it is not crazy to think that aliens exist somewhere in our universe, and for some very good reasons.

• In an online profile of a new National Geographic series entitled “One Strange Rock”, the website Mashable reached out to former American astronaut Jeff Hoffman, and former Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield. Hoffman told the site that he believes there is “life elsewhere in the universe.” Hadfield noted that virtually every star has planets, and there are countless stars in our universe. So it is highly likely that there are other intelligent beings in the galaxy.

• So why haven’t we met an alien? The Milky Way galaxy is tremendously vast. It would take an entire lifetime to travel from one end of the galaxy to the other at the speed of light. Also, like ours, civilizations come and go. Intelligent life on Earth has only existed for a mere blip in Earth’s existence. Whether we will ever encounter them, however, is tough to say.

[Editors Note] Once again, the premise is that Extra-Terrestrials labor under the same galaxy-view and technology that the people do here on Earth. But what if ET technology isn’t limited to the speed of light? What if ET civilizations last for millions of years? What if ET are already here but reluctant to reveal themselves? The “shocking truth” about aliens is far beyond most people’s imagination.

 

Take a poll of scientists when it comes to the existence of aliens, and you may get a surprising answer. While we often think of aliens as the stuff of science fiction, the surprising truth is that many scientists think that it is not only possible that aliens exist somewhere, but likely.

Take a recent report by Mashable, which profiled an upcoming series called One Strange Rock on National Geographic that involved interviewing some astronauts on their thoughts about aliens. Jeff Hoffman told the publication that he believes there is “life elsewhere in the universe.” Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield noted that virtually every star has planets, and there are countless stars in our universe.

The idea that aliens exist, when you think about it, isn’t so crazy. After all, we somehow exist, so why is it insane to think that this could happen somewhere else in our universe?

Of course, many might point out the lack of alien encounters. But think about it: our universe is practically infinite for our purposes. The closest star to our solar system is more than four light years away. And if you got in a spaceship as a baby and traveled at the speed of light, you wouldn’t even reach the end of the Milky Way galaxy before you died of old age. And there are billions upon billions of other galaxies out there.

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by Rick Neale            March 24, 2018            (floridatoday.com)

• Jill Tarter (pictured above) is a former project scientist and current research chair for the NASA-funded SETI program (the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence). Tarter was the astronomer portrayed by Jodie Foster in the 1997 movie “Contact”, and in 2004 she was named one of Time magazine’s 100 most influential people in the world.

• Speaking at the Florida Institute of Technology’s Cross Cultural Management Summit in Orlando, Tarter told the audience, “I think that in this century we are going to be finding life beyond Earth.”

• The problem thus far is that the galaxy is just so big. “We’re out in the boondocks. And our star, the sun, is only one of 400 billion other stars in the Milky Way galaxy.” So it is like searching for fish in the ocean by using a water glass, says Tarter.

• Tarter’s conference discussion, entitled “A Cosmic Perspective: Searching for Aliens, Finding Ourselves”, was one of about 75 talks she plans to deliver this year to fundraise for Allen Telescope Array upgrades. In recent years, scientists have focused the ATA on roughly 20,000 nearby stars – mostly small, dim red dwarf stars. Tarter also expressed hope for a new “Laser SETI” initiative. She said the first prototype will be installed within a month and a half at the Lick Observatory, near San Jose, California.

[Editor’s Note] How can such a brilliant scientist be so oblivious to the ET presence, beings that have studied and manipulated humans on Earth for thousands of years, up to and including the present day? Note that her paycheck comes from SETI, funded by NASA.

 

ORLANDO — Though scientists have scanned the cosmos for signals from alien civilizations for a half-century, Jill Tarter likens mankind’s micro-scale campaign to searching for fish in the world’s oceans — by withdrawing a 12-ounce glass of water.

“We’re out in the boondocks. And our star, the sun, is only one of 400 billion other stars in the Milky Way galaxy,” Tarter told a conference-room crowd Saturday afternoon.

“And our Milky Way galaxy is only one of about 200 billion other galaxies in the observable universe,” she said.
Tarter — whose astronomical career was portrayed by Jodie Foster in the 1997 movie “Contact” — served as closing speaker during the Florida Institute of Technology’s third Cross Cultural Management Summit at Caribe Royale in Orlando.

The former project scientist for NASA’s SETI program, Tarter is research chair at the nonprofit SETI Institute in Mountain View, California, She has received two NASA Public Service Medals, and in 2004 she was named one of Time’s 100 most influential people in the world.

SETI stands for the search for extraterrestrial intelligence. The SETI Institute owns the Hat Creek Radio Observatory, and Tarter helped develop the facility’s Allen Telescope Array in the Cascade Mountains about 290 miles north of San Francisco.

       Jodie Foster in “Contact”

 “I think that in this century we are going to be finding life beyond Earth,” Tarter told the audience.
“We can discover it: We can find biomarkers on planets or moons of our solar system. We can find artifacts in the solar system as we explore. We can look for remote biosignatures in the atmospheres of distant exoplanets,” Tarter said.

“Or, perhaps we can detect the work product of technological civilizations: technosignatures,” she said.

Tarter displayed PowerPoint photos of telescopes, stars and galaxies to the audience. Included were “selfies” of distant Earth, as photographed by Cassini from Saturn’s orbit (2013) and Voyager 1 as the spacecraft was passing Neptune (1990).

“We’re really working on an ancient human question. And that’s very, very rewarding. We might, within the 21st century, have the answer to whether there is life beyond Earth. And we’ve been asking that question for a very, very long time,” she said.

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by Eloise Craven-Todd           March 23, 2018             (express.co.uk)

Google Earth UFO hunters believe they have uncovered a mile high structure under the Pacific Ocean. Is this the spooky proof Hollow Earth theorists have been waiting for?

• On Google Earth, the computer geobrowser that accesses satellite and aerial imagery to create a 3D representation of the world, UFOlogists have discovered a massive structure under the Pacific Ocean measuring a massive one mile in height.

• Shefket, the author of the website Perfect Edition, shows the large blue spike sticking out of the undersea ground with no other surrounding objects explaining the spooky structure. Shefket says that the structure is not natural, and that nothing else “remotely resembles it on Earth.”

• “More than 95 per cent of the world’s seas and oceans are entirely unexplored and most of the globe is covered in water, so mankind only knows very little about the planet it inhabits,” says Shefket. “If aliens could travel through space then a UFO would have no problem whatsoever submerging and navigating the oceans just like a submarine.”

• Located in exact line with the oldest of the three Giza pyramids in Egypt, Shefket speculates that the tall structure is part of global network used by ancient advanced civilizations to transmit and receive large amounts of energy through great distances.

• For believers of the Hollow Earth theory, wherein a whole other civilization exists beneath ours, this is all the proof needed.

 

Google Earth is a computer geobrowser that accesses satellite and aerial imagery to create a 3D representation of the world for viewers to browse and explore.

Similar to Google Maps, this tool allows visitors to virtually explore the globe from the comfort of their bedroom.

From the highest of mountains to under the ocean, a detailed map has captured the world in a way that way never possible before. However the tool doesn’t only capture the wonderful, some users use the tool in search of the ‘unexplained.’

In a spot in line with the great Giza Pyramids, has one user captured proof of extraterrestrial activity? UFOlogists have discovered a massive structure under the ocean measuring a massive one mile in height.

Located in exact line with the oldest of the three Giza pyramids in Egypt, the strange structure can be seen protruding out of the depths.

Whilst zooming into the site, UFOlogists show the large blue spike sticking out of the ground with no other surrounding objects explaining the spooky structure.

Author of The Perfect Edition, Shefket, explains that most believe the structure is not natural, and that nothing else “remotely resembles it on Earth.”

For some, the believers of the Hollow Earth theory, who believe that a whole other world lies beneath ours, this is all the proof needed to confirm such beliefs.

Shefket went on to add that after close inspection a “very large gap somewhere deeper than the ocean floor” has been discovered.

“These people also claim that the race inhabiting inner Earth don’t really hide there, but have chosen to come out very rarely, which probably means they do so in order to study us and not for resources.”

“More than 95 per cent of the world’s seas and oceans are entirely unexplored and most of the globe is covered in water, so mankind only knows very little about the planet it inhabits.”

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