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Things We Learned About Aaron Rodgers From Danica Patrick’s Podcast

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Article by Michelle R. Martinelli                            December 26, 2019                          (usatoday.com)

• In August, (former professional race car driver) Danica Patrick launched her podcast, Pretty Intense. So it was widely anticipated that she would interview her boyfriend, Green Bay Packers’ quarterback Aaron Rodgers, which she did on December 26th. Among the topics discussed was Rodgers’ UFO sighting.

• Rogers related that in early 2005, he was with a friend in New Jersey when they heard an alarm and went outside. Says Rodgers, “In the sky, we saw something moving through the clouds. The only reference that makes sense for people who have seen Independence Day is that scene when the spaceship is coming through the atmosphere, and the airplane’s coming toward it, and it’s just kind of a moving orange object. That’s what it was in the sky.”

• While the UFO was not moving at a high speed, Rodgers was struck by how large it was – “like a 747”. He said “it was unnatural, 100 percent”… not like anything he’d seen before.

• “This was tremendous size and moving left and right, glowing orange like fire, and we were just all frozen,” said Rodgers. “It was me, my buddy and his brother just frozen. Then it goes out of sight, [and we] kind of look at each other like, ‘What in the hell was that?’ And then nobody spoke. … “Before we could say anything… fighter jets … four of them, and then nothing. Turn the news on, nothing. Check the papers the next day, nothing.”

• Rodgers said that the alarm they heard was from a nearby nuclear power plant where, he learned, a number of UFO sightings have occurred.

• Either way, Rodgers and Patrick acknowledged they both definitely believe there is more life in the universe beyond Earth because “it’s not logical to me” (that humans would be alone in the universe).

 

Danica Patrick officially launched her podcast, Pretty Intense, back in August, and it’s featured a wide range of guests. But no one’s appearance has been more highly anticipated than Aaron Rodgers’.

       Danica Patrick and Aaron Rodgers

The Green Bay Packers quarterback and Patrick’s boyfriend was on the episode released Thursday, and in nearly two hours, they covered just about every topic, from football (obviously) to Jeopardy! to his sweet tooth to his UFO sighting.

Patrick confirmed the two were dating back in January of 2018, but they first met at the 2012 ESPY Awards and were friends first. So of course, they know a lot about each other, which didn’t hinder their conversation as Danica treated him like almost any other guest on her podcast (except for the fact that he spent Christmas with her family in matching pajamas).

But there was just too much to focus on one detail of their in-depth conversation. So instead, here are the 11 most important things we learned from Rodgers’ conversation with Patrick.

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Space Force’s Secret Tech Behind USS Nimitz UFO Will Be Revealed in 2020

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Article by Simon Green                            December 26, 2019                           (dailystar.co.uk)

• UFO researchers Blake and Brent Cousins, proprietors of the YouTube channel ‘thirdphaseofthemoon’, told the Daily Star that the Tic-Tac UFO video recorded by Navy pilots from the Nimitz carrier group off of the coast of San Diego in 2004 is reversed-engineered extraterrestrial technology that the US military has had for 30 or 40 years. Blake claims that pilots, airline passengers, and even he himself have seen this type of craft in the skies.

• Blake Cousins thinks that the Tic-Tac UFO is an example of secret military craft equipped with advanced alien technology that allows it to drop from an altitude of 20,000ft to just above sea level in a matter of seconds. Brother Brent believes the US Navy purposely identified the object as a UAP to hide from other countries the fact that our secret space program has this technology.

• Says Blake, “In my opinion, the tic-tac and that technology we have in our assets and they’re just not letting anyone know it’s in their assets.” “I have a feeling the whole Space Force program is using extraterrestrial technology that’s been around for a long time,” and that the US Space Force itself has secretly been in existence for years under the purview of the US Air Force.

• The existence of alien technology, and therefore aliens themselves, could be revealed if the Space Force is established next year. President Donald Trump has made it a priority to create Space Force as the sixth branch of the military, and the House of Representatives in Congress has already approved funding for the new military branch.

• “The tic-tac will be revealed to the public,” says Blake. “Will that be in 2020 when the Space Force is made public? I have a feeling it might.”

 

The technology behind the infamous USS Nimitz UFO incident could be revealed if the Space Force is established next year, a conspiracy theorist has claimed.

President Donald Trump has made it a priority to create the sixth branch of the military to combat threats in space.

              Brent and Blake Cousins

It is penned to be established next year and that aim was given a boost this month when the House of Representatives approved a £562bn bill which included plans for the Space Force in it.

But there are those in the conspiracy world that believe the Space Force has been in existence for years, secretly testing alien tech and transforming it into military craft for the US Air Force.

Blake and Brent Cousins, of YouTube channel thirdphaseofmoon , believe one such craft was the USS Nimitz UFO.

The UFO – which has been officially identified as an Unidentified Aerial Phenomena by the US Navy – was described by two witnesses as somehow dropping from heights of 20,000ft to just above sea level in a matter of seconds.

It then shot off at speeds never seen before and hasn’t been spotted since.

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Theologian Examines If the Discovery of Alien Life Could Kill Religion

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December 25, 2019                      (sputniknews.com)

• The Peters ETI Religious Crisis survey conducted by Professor Ted Peters from the Center for Theology and Natural Sciences at Berkeley (California) asked people of different faiths – or not – whether the discovery of alien lifeforms, or intelligent extraterrestrials, might pose a threat to Earthly religion. The conclusion was that representatives of all religions seem to be at ease with “the discovery of aliens”.

• The surveys showed that those of traditional religious beliefs were actually optimistic about the discovery of extraterrestrial beings. One Protestant remarked, “I’d share a Pew with an alien any day.” Those labeled as non-traditional “self-appointed” believers were more worried whether their religions would survive alien contact. Non-religious respondents were the only group who predicted consequences for believers, predicting that ‘religious traditions would suffer or collapse’.

• Apparently, religious people are okay with the concept that Earthlings are not the only children of God. Many responders reasoned that ‘God is the creator of a very large universe and this universe was not meant only for us, but to be shared with other creatures of God’.

• Other believers delved deeper into the budding field of study known as ‘Astrotheology’, theorizing that God would incarnate (as a Jesus figure) on every planet with an intelligent civilization. But some determined that “… the historical event of Jesus Christ’s birth (on Earth) suffices for God’s atonement of the entire cosmos.”

• In the end, Professor Peters reassured the (apparently all-Christian) believers that in the event of contact with an intelligent alien civilization, “things will probably go on the way they have been, without much change.”

 

For centuries it has been the domain of various religions to seek the truth out in the universe. The possibility that there are other creatures somewhere in galaxies far away, perhaps more intelligent than we are, prompted some to speculate that their discovery could mean an end to all religious beliefs or even cause an existential crisis.

The possible discovery of alien life forms poses no threat to traditional religions, which have determined the scheme of things around us, Professor Ted Peters from the Center for Theology and Natural Sciences at Berkeley told The Daily Express. According to him, “things will probably go on the way they have been, without much change.”

He shared his concerns over some scholars and scientists’ assumption that “if we encounter creatures in space more intelligent than we are, our religions would somehow suffer. On the contrary, he noted that even one of the surveys dedicated to this problem revealed that believers seem optimistic about the prospect of meeting extraterrestrial intelligence.

“The Peters ETI Religious Crisis survey found that this was not the case with self-appointed or self-defined believers in various religious traditions. They’re a trifle worried about their traditions, but for the most part, their respective traditions will survive,” he explained, sharing one of his favourite comments on the matter, which came from “a mainline Protestant”: “I’d share a Pew with an alien any day.”

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