Letter: No Weather Balloon

May 9, 2019                       (pilotonline.com)

[Editor’s Note]    This is a Letter to the Editor from the Virginian-Pilot, the local newspaper for the Norfolk/Virginia Beach region, from May 9th.

Re: “Navy to take UFO sightings seriously” (front page, April 26): I was so pleased to see that the U.S. Navy has decided that UFOs do exist and they will be investigating the sightings.

In May 1968, while serving in the U.S. Coast Guard, I encountered an object in Atlantic Beach, N.C. I was within 50 to 70 feet of the object when it landed and actually seemed to welcome my interest. It made no noise, no thrust, no nothing. It moved around like a laser dot on a screen, an approximately 24-inch-diameter ball of light but left a much larger imprint on the ground. The encounter lasted maybe 15 minutes.

There were four others who witnessed this event. They wanted to report the event, but I refused. I didn’t want to be labeled as some sort of nut. However, the next day I was summoned to a meeting with a Marine Corps captain from Cherry Point Marine Corps Air Station. He stated he was representing the Air Force’s Blue Book investigation and asked if I wanted to report a UFO. I said to him, “I’m reporting either God, an angel or a UFO, something that flies that we don’t have.” He said I had seen a weather balloon and to return to my duties.

It was no balloon. Ladies and gentlemen, there is something more powerful and knowledgeable than the United State, Russia, China, North Korea and the world combined.

Reginald E. Stubbs, Jr.

Chincoteague Island

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Black Ring-Shaped UFO Spotted Hovering in Argentina

by Nirmal Narayanan                   May 14, 2019                  (ibtimes.co.in)

• A video taken in broad daylight in Argentina on May 7, 2019 shows a black ring-shaped UFO hovering in the skies. (see 4:02 minute video below)

• Conspiracy theorist Scott C Waring, who released the video on his ET Data Base YouTube channel, claimed that the maneuvers of this UFO in the skies indicate that it is not a balloon floating in the air. “The video shows the black ring moving like a disk…which is strange. Had this been a balloon it would be flipping like a wheel end over end. This one seems to stay flat, unlike any balloon I have ever seen,” wrote Waring.

 

Popular conspiracy theorist Scott C Waring has recently released a video apparently taking from Argentina that shows a black ring-shaped UFO hovering in the skies. Interestingly the video was captured in broad daylight, and the visuals of the incident literally resembled scenes from Hollywood sci-fi flicks.
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In his website post, Scott C Waring revealed that the video was sent to him via mail by an Argentinian resident. After analysing the video, Waring claimed that the manoeuvres of this UFO in the skies indicate that it is not a balloon floating in the air.

“The video shows the black ring moving like a disk…which is strange. Had this been a balloon it would be flipping like a wheel end over end. This one seems to stay flat, unlike any balloon I have ever seen,” wrote Waring on his website ET Data Base.

4:02 minute video of black ring over Argentina (ET Data Base YouTube channel)

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University Mathematician Decodes the Crop Circle With a Binary Code & Extraterrestrial Face

by Arjun Walia                  May 2, 2019                 (collective-evolution.com)

• In 2002, in a field near Crabwood/Winchester, Hampshire, England, this famous crop circle appeared overnight (pictured above). It’s been exhaustively filmed, documented, photographed and researched by multiple scholars all over the world. These types of crop circles are intricate, remarkable and very complex designs that are “sown” into crop fields.

• Richard Taylor, a physicist from the University of Oregon, notes that the nodes of these stalks are blasted out on one side, and not simply flattened. This ‘blasting’ effect has been replicated by highly localized microwave heating, which causes water inside the crop to vaporize and dislodge. As a result, the stock flops completely over to one side. Taylor concludes that crop circle artists are using GPS devices, lasers, and microwaves to create these astonishing patterns of geometric forms.

• Paul Vigay, a British computer consultant notable for work in developing and supporting RISC OS software and longtime researcher in the field, was the first to discover that the message was encoded in ASCI binary code.

• Miia Pitkonen, a physicist from the University of Helsinki in Finland, published a paper titled “Crop Circles and Life at Parallel Space-Time Sheets”, a two part series that examines the Crabwood crop circle. Pitkonen reports, “Crabwood message consists of two parts. An alien picture and a picture representing spiral like bit sequence starting from the center of the picture and proceeding counterclockwise. It has been proposed that the message is coded using 9-bit code and that 8-bit portions obey ASCII code. With this assumption the message reads as: ‘Beware the bearers of FALSE gifts & their BROKEN PROMISES. Much PAIN but still time. EELI!UVE. There is GOOD out there. We OPpose DECEPTION. Conduit CLOSING\’

• Pitkonen explains, “The (crop circle) interpretation relies on extremely general aspects of the ASCII code: capital and small letters correspond to amino-acids and capital and small forms of a given letter denote for the same amino-acid. Control signs denote the amino-acidic counterparts for the code associated with the exotic RNA. The ordering of the symbols does not matter. One could also use different kinds of symbols: only the numbers of various kinds of symbols telling how many code words are mapped to a particular amino-acid (or whatever counterpart of it) matter.”

• Whoever made this circle is extremely artistically, technologically, and mathematically advanced to a point beyond belief.

 

Did you know that crop circles are actually real? How they’re made and who or what is making them is up for debate, but the existence of intricate, remarkable and very complex designs that are “sown” into crop fields all around the world is a fact that’s not open for debate. Looking at some of these designs, especially footage taken from a plane or a helicopter, should give you goosebumps.

Why? Richard Taylor, a physicist from the University of Oregon, outlines it best. Despite ridiculing any type of ‘supernatural’ explanation for these designs, he states that this is “the most science-oriented art movement in history.” It’s also interesting to note that many of these designs have been studied in a laboratory setting, as some of the nodes of these stalks are blasted out on one side. Not many people know this about crop circles, but the crops are not simply flattened. It’s quite clear that some sort of high level technology is being used.

This ‘blasting’ effect has been replicated by highly localized microwave heating, which causes water inside the crop to vaporize and dislodge. As a result, the stock flops completely over to one side. Because of this, Taylor concludes that crop circle artists are using GPS devices, lasers, and microwaves to create these astonishing patterns of geometric forms due to the measurements he found in his research.

There will always be those who reject some sort of supernatural hypothesis, but for those who actually look deeper into the crop circle phenomenon, it’s hard to argue that something strange isn’t happening. Personally, I would say it’s obvious.

The crop circle you see above appeared in 2002 in a field near Crabwood, United Kingdom. Yes, it was real. It’s been filmed, documented and photographed. There is footage all over the internet. It made a lot of noise as it’s documented in the Crop Circle archives and has been researched by multiple scholars all over the world.

Who could do something like this? Who could design a binary code and implant a face within a crop in the dead of night in only a few hours, leaving no entrance or exit marks, while being artistically and mathematically precise?
Miia Pitkonen is one of many scholars who have examined this particular circle. He is a physicist from the University of Helsinki in Finland, specializing in medical physics. Clearly, he has an interest in this phenomenon because he published a paper titled “Crop Circles and Life at Parallel Space-Time Sheets.” It’s a two part series, and in it he examines the Crabwood crop circle.

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