Daily UFO Headlines 5/16/2017

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Witness says diamond-shaped object was ‘humongous’

A Pennsylvania witness at York reported watching a “humongous” object fly directly overhead after a smaller object was ejected from it at a distance, according to Testimony in Case 83329 from the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) witness reporting database.

York is about 26 miles southeast of Harrisburg, PA. (Credit: Google)

York is about 26 miles southeast of Harrisburg, PA. (Credit: Google)

The witness was inside watching television when two bright lights were noticed at a distance.

“I thought, oh, a new tower with two huge lights attached. But no tower,” the witness stated.“Went outside. The lights did not move at all and a light came off the top right corner and a small craft came off the light and hovered below.”

The larger object then moved toward the witness.

“The big UFO took off towards me and went right over my home extremely low. It was diamond-shaped and had a rectangular light underneath it. In that rectangle was a red light, then a white light, and then a green light. The lights were not flashing. The UFO was humongous, and made a humming noise.”

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A smaller object was emitted from the larger object. Pictured: York, PA. (Credit: Google)

Both object then began to move.

“When it took off, the small thing that came out of it went straight up. When the light came out of the right corner or what would have been the right corner (the only thing I could see at that point were the two huge lights) it seemed that the small thing came off that light. Almost like it was poured out of that light.”

The witness was afraid of the sighting.

“Anyway, it scared me a lot, and I have looked for a hovering jet picture on the net, but did not see any that looked like it. And why would a hovering jet be spitting out a small craft like that? Before it took off, it had stayed unmoving at least 10 minutes, maybe longer, before I noticed it. In relationship to its size, it was huge. I watch planes in the distance from my backyard and the little thing that came out of the big UFO would have been the size of a commercial airplane like I see all the time going toward Harrisburg Airport. So, the big UFO was really, really, big.”

The larger object then flew directly over the witness. Pictured: York, PA. (Credit: Google)

The larger object then flew directly over the witness. Pictured: York, PA. (Credit: Google)

Pennsylvania MUFON Field Investigator Larry Shaak is investigating. York is the city serving as the county seat of York County, Pennsylvania, population 43,718. Please remember that most UFO sightings can be explained as something natural or man-made. The above quotes were edited for clarity. Please report UFO activity to MUFON.com.

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UFO News Article: “Los ovnis pasaron por Valladolid” (“UFOs passed through Valladolid”)

25 October 2016
(Diario de Valladolid, Spain)
Diario de Valladolid writes about newly released Spanish Ministry of Defence UFO documents which report on UFO incidents in the Spanish autonomous community of Castileand León (Castilla y León).
ValladolidProvince is one of nine provinces in Castile and León. The province’s capital is Valladolid.
English translation (by Google Translate):
Wikipedia article: “Castile and León”:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Castile_and_León











Provinces of Castileand León, Spain, map 
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Map of Spain(lib.utexas.edu)
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Amazing well preserved 110 million year old Armoured ‘Nodosaur’ found in Alberta, Canada

The world’s best-preserved dinosaur was found in Alberta, Canada in 2011. The discovery came as a surprise, as it was found by a heavy-equipment operator named Shawn Funk who was working at the Millennium Mine, a vast pit 17 miles north of Fort McMurray, Alberta.

The fossil, dubbed the ‘four legged tank’ is a newfound species of nodosaur, which lived midway through the Cretaceous period, between 110 million and 112 million years ago.

The creatures were around 18 feet (five meters) long on average and weighted up to 3,000 pounds (1,300 kg) and it featured two 20-inch-long spikes which protruded from its shoulders.

Images: Credit Robert Clark, National Geographic.

The fossilized remains of this particular specimen are so well preserved that remnants of skin still cover bumpy armour plates along the dinosaur’s skull according to reports in National Geographic.

The fossil was sent to the Royal Tyrrell Museum of Paleontology where they spent the next six years working on uncovering the beast within the 2,500-pound (1,100 kg) lump of earth.

The Nodosaur will now form part of The Royal Tyrrell Museum’s new exhibit, Grounds for Discovery, in Drumheller, Alberta.

 

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Mysterious flashes of light above Earth captured by NASA satellite and ISS live feed camera

Parked in space a million miles from Earth, the Earth Polychromatic Imaging Camera (EPIC) onboard the Deep Space Climate Observatory (DSCOVR) captured hundreds of flashes of light in Earth’s upper atmosphere.

Flashed of light captured by the Deep Space Climate Observatory.

In the 1990s astronomer Carl Sagan already reported this bizarre phenomenon which he noticed in images from the Galileo spacecraft.

These flashes of light not only appeared over oceans but over land as well and while scientists at first suggested that the lights seen over the ocean may be the reflection of sunlight off a part of the ocean the same couldn’t be said for the flashes seen over land.

After studying this phenomenon the scientists concluded that the source of the flashes is not on Earth’s surface but cirrus clouds up to five to eight kilometers high in the atmosphere where these flashes were seen whereby the cause of the flashes of light are most likely solar reflection off of horizontally ice particles, reports dailymail.

These kind of flashes of light are not only captured by the Deep Space Climate Observatory, parked in space a million miles from Earth but it seems the camera onboard the International Space Station which orbit the Earth at an altitude of between 330 and 435 km apparently also has the ability to capture the strange flashes of light above Earth.

Flashes of light captured by ISS live feed camera.

Streetcap1, who caught similar flashes of light on the ISS live feed on May 10, 2017, said: “What are these weird light ripple effect above Earth.”

Solar reflection off of horizontally ice particles again or is it a phenomenon that cannot be explained? 

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Are We Ready for Robot Judges?

Artificial intelligence is already helping determine your future – whether it’s your Netflix viewing preferences, your suitability for a mortgage or your compatibility with a prospective employer. But can we agree, at least for now, that having an AI determine your guilt or innocence in a court of law is a step too far?

Worryingly, it seems this may already be happening. When American Chief Justice John Roberts recently attended an event, he was asked whether he could forsee a day “when s

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Is Antarctica Gaining or Losing Ice? Nature May Have Just Settled The Debate

For years, scientists have debated whether heavy inland snowfall on the vast East Antarctic Ice Sheet — Earth’s largest — balances out the rapid melting in West Antarctica.

Given enough snowfall, the continent might not yet be contributing to sea level rise.

Most research shows the melt rate is so high that the continent is indeed losing ice. But in 2015, a group of NASA scientists published a controversial study that found Antarctica was instead gaining ice. The NASA team combined spa

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Barry Gibb of The Legendary Bee Gees Talks UFOs

Barry Gibb

     Barry Gibb, the last remaining member of the Bee Gees, has been looking back on the group’s career, their biggest hits, their friendship with Michael Jackson and his encounters with UFOs.
By Channels Television
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Asparagus Season and Banana Problems

Nothing welcomes spring as deliciously as an asparagus dish. But are you a little lost which is the freshest bunch on the shelf? How to best store them? Other ways to cook them besides oven roasting? City Kitchen’s got you covered. Where asparagus is a springtime treat, bananas are a year-round breakfast luxury. Unfortunately, its perennial availability puts it at risk for extinction.

Asparagus is Sweetest in Spring – The New York Times: City Kitchen
Humans Made the Banana Perfect—But Soon

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Air Force UFO Investigators Die in Plane Crash | UFO CHRONICLE – 1947

Air Force UFO Investigators Die in Plane Crash

     The dead army officers were Capt. William L. Davidson, San Francisco, the pilot and 1st Lt. Frank M. Brown, Vallejo, Cal., co-pilot.

They had been in the Northwest interviewing persons who had reported seeing flying saucers [UFOs]

By The Kelsonian Tribune
8-7-1947

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