UFO Sighting in Mount Juliet, Tennessee on 2017-09-30 00:00:00 – Transpaernt “jellyfish” with coil, moving into the wind.

My wife, neighbor, and i observed an object from the driveway of my home in mt. juliet tn at approx. 1700 on sept 30 2017. as an open minded skeptic i assumed it was a weather balloon based on my unassisted view; it might have been. i grabbed my land telescope and was able to see it better. it looked like a glass jellyfish with an obvious coil (kind of like a fuse in a light bulb) running from what would be the bottom starboard side of the object, running up along the front to the top of the port side. the coil was obviously inside of the object. it was higher than a plane would cruise moving slow and towards the east; wind direction was south and light. i did observe a passenger liner fly under the object moving from the south to the north-west which provided me with some reference. the liner appeared to be lower than the object. the object’s size was about a quarter the size of the passenger liner (i’m guessing a 737), yet it was noticeably a lot higher in altitude. what was odd is that every time i got my telescope to focus on the object, the object would go out of focus within a second (not operator error). i also viewed the object through a set of bushnell binoculars (12×25)with the same results. the object disappeared behind a small, lone cloud cloud after about 15 minutes of observation.

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Google Website Searches: Focus On China Lake Naval Station UFO Incidents

Many U.S. Navy personnel and civilians have observed UFOs in China Lake, California, through the years, according to the book, Firestorm: Dr. James E. McDonald’s Fight for UFO Science (written by Ann Druffel). Many of the sightings were made during the 1950s and 1960s.

The address of Naval Air Weapons Station China Lake
1 Administrative Circle, Ridgecrest, California.

Website: National Investigations Committee on Aerial Phenomena (NICAP.org):
(Search term: “China Lake”)
(“Ridgecrest California”)
Website: UFO DNA (thecid.com/ufo):
(“China Lake”)
(“Ridgecrest California”)

Commander, Navy Installations Command (cnic.navy.mil) article:
“Naval Air Weapons Station China Lake”:

Quote from the cnic.navy.mil article:
NAWS China Lakeprovides and maintains land, facilities and other assets that support the Navy’s research, development, acquisition, testing and evaluation (RDAT&E) of cutting-edge weapons systems for the warfighter.”

Wikipedia article: “Naval Air Weapons Station China Lake”:


USGS orthographic image showing the main runways at NAWS China Lake (text by Wikipedia) (wikimedia.org photo)

IndianWells Valley, showing Ridgecrest, Californiaand the China Lake area (text by Wikipedia) (wikimedia.org photo)

Satellite photo of Ridgecrest, California(tageo.com)
(tageo.com photo)

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Daily UFO Headlines 10/6/2017

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Acupuncture Works by ‘Re-Wiring’ the Brain, Evidence Suggests

Acupuncture is a form of traditional medical therapy that originated in China several thousand years ago. It was developed at a time bereft of tools such as genetic testing or even a modern understanding of anatomy, so medical philosophers did the best they could with what was available – herbs, animal products and rudimentary needles. In the process, perhaps, they stumbled on an effective medical approach.

In the past century, some modernization has taken place. For instance, acupuncture

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The Moon Once Had An Atmosphere?

Barren and desolate today, our moon was once swathed by a thin atmosphere.

Born from geothermal eruptions when the moon was still young, gaseous traces of carbon monoxide, sulfur, hydrogen and oxygen once swirled across the moon’s surface, say researchers from NASA. The atmosphere would have persisted for about 70 million years, they estimate, and existed three to four billion years ago, soon after our rocky companion was formed.

The new findings, published in Earth and Planetary Scien

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Bizarre New Object in Our Solar System Spotted By Hubble

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Asteroid 288P

Astronomers have identified a weird pair of orbiting asteroids,
called 288P, as the first known binary asteroid also classified as a comet.

      Astronomers recently spotted two space rocks behaving strangely. As the asteroids orbited each other, both of them appeared to be shedding material just like a comet does — observations revealed a coma around the objects as well as a long tail of material.
By Elizabeth Howell
The Seeker

The group have identified this weird system, called 288P, as “the first known binary asteroid also classified as a comet.” There are a few select examples of single asteroids shedding water and dust and leaving behind a comet-like tail, but it’s the first time two of these objects were seen orbiting each other.

288P was first discovered in November 2006 by the astronomical survey Spacewatch. …

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Flashback Friday: Sorry, science says cats simply can’t love you the way dogs can.

We’re pretty sure this post is going to be hated by all the feline fanciers out there, but this study is just too good not to share. Here, researchers applied a test developed for use with children to investigate the relationships between cats and their humans. The SST can determine whether children, and apparently animals, view their caregivers as a source of safety in a threatening environment. It turns out that using this metric, dogs are “securely attached” to their owners, but cats are

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