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There are rumors that we went to the moon but we had help, besides it seems the landings filmed by Stanley Kubrick were staged to cover what they really encountered on the moon: reptilians, bases, buildings, machines for mineral exploration and much more.
Now, once again, an out of the place lunar anomaly has been discovered by Streetcap1 in one of NASA’s Unmanned Lunar Orbiter photographs taken last year around December.
According to Streetcap1 the shadow seems to indicate right angles and parallel lines which could be an indication that the anomaly is some sort of building. The scale is 0.56 meters/pixel. So it’s huge.
So if the landings were staged to cover-up what they really encountered on the moon then could it be possible that the discovery of the lunar anomaly is such a building, a construction built by an intelligent alien race in the past?
Obviously, it cannot be proven whether the lunar anomaly is a building or not but we may wonder whether the moon landings indeed were staged if you listen to the interview that Project Camelot had with Fred, a 90 year old former technical inspector in Aviation working for an Airline back in the 60’s. During the interview Fred recalls how he stumbled on a hangar in Michigan that appeared to be at least one staging hangar for the faked part of the Apollo Moon Landings, see second video.
Artificial intelligence will likely both giveth and taketh away jobs for humans. A McKinsey Global Institute report estimates that automation could displace between 400 million and 800 million people worldwide by 2030, even as the report also suggests the benefits of automation could help create enough new jobs for displaced workers. But beyond the numbers, the report offers more useful lessons regardless of whether future work ultimately looks sunny or bleak.
One of the clearest lessons
Scientists have taken another step towards putting two additional letters in the dictionary of life to work.
Researchers at the Scripps Institute have engineered cells to successfully transcribe a brand new artificial DNA base pair and make a never-before-seen protein with it. The breakthrough is part of an effort to expand the library of amino acids that animal cells can work with, potentially leading to the creation of compounds entirely different from those life can produce now.
When sedans outnumber pickup trucks, chances are the community votes Democrat. When pickup trucks rule, the community leans Republican.
What you drive matters, at least when it comes to revealing the nuts and bolts of American demographics. That’s the assertion by researchers in a paper published in November in the journal the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
For thousands of years, authorities have conducted surveys to determine the demographic of regions and cities. I
During sex, the heart races, blood pressure rises and the breath quickens, sometimes to a pant. Muscles tense and euphoric feelings flood the brain.
This is not a time to be thinking, “I hope my heart doesn’t stop.”
But according to cardiologists, male patients over 50 during checkups sometimes ask what the chance is of a heart attack or sudden cardiac arrest during sexual intercourse. The concern is based on the heightened physiology experienced (racing heart, contracted muscles, etc.
|Over the past four decades, I have interviewed more than 160 U.S. Air Force veterans regarding their involvement in UFO incidents at nuclear weapons sites. An overview of the key cases is presented in my documentary film; a more comprehensive summary of the UFO-Nukes Connection may be found in my book. CNN’s live-streamed coverage of my September 2010 press conference may be viewed here:|
In the early 1970s, Michael D. Jenkins was a member of the 96th Security Police Squadron (SPS), located at Dyess AFB, Texas. At that time, the base was home to the 96th Bombardment Wing, composed of nuclear-armed B-52 bombers. The nukes were stockpiled at the Weapons Storage Area (WSA), operated by the 96th Munitions Maintenance Squadron (MMS).
Jenkins recently told me,
In 1973, I was a Sergeant (E-4) and worked at the Secondary Central Security Control facility in the munitions maintenance area. I think this happened in October. I was standing on the 3rd Floor balcony of the SPS barracks, talking to a buddy, when I noticed a vehicle with yellowish flashing lights speeding down the access road from the Headquarters area. One light meant it was the Assistant Base Commander for Operations; two lights meant it was the Base Commander. The vehicle had two lights flashing.
Moments later I saw a Security Alert Team vehicle, designated SAT-2, racing toward our location. Suddenly, a klaxon went off in the building, notifying us of a recall to the Central Security Control (CSC) facility. We went to our rooms and quickly got dressed. The Chief Master Sergeant came over the intercom speaker, telling us to ready ourselves and to board the ton-and-a-half truck waiting outside the barracks.
While enroute to the CSC, which was located near the flight line, we noticed that the MMS area seemed brighter than usual. The igloo bunkers that house the weapons are surrounded by ballpark-type lights, which are really bright, but the glow we saw was much brighter. I just assumed that it was caused by the moon rising over the horizon.
Upon arrival, we were ordered to draw weapons from the armory and to get in line for our order assignments. I was given SAT-3 which always patrolled the western perimeter of the base, near the C-130 Transport practice runway. While we were on patrol, we kept our radio open loud to catch orders from CSC and heard that they had sent 12 cops armed with M-16s out to the MMS area.
We also heard the three dog (K-9) teams that normally patrolled the MMS perimeter reporting that the dogs were afraid and acting up. CSC was worried they would turn on their handlers and ordered them to be withdrawn from the area.
Also, we heard that a C-130 was on approach to the base and had been ordered by CSC to do a fly-by of the MMS area to get a look at it from the air. The CSC microphone was open and we could hear this in the background chatter.
We listened to all of this—the cops with M-16s being dispatched, the problem with the dogs, the C-130 being diverted—via the radio in the truck, as 2nd CSC and Main CSC talked back and forth.
The next thing we heard was an order to fire on some kind of object that was hovering over the [weapons igloos]. The order to ‘move it out of the area’ came from Strategic Air Command Headquarters at Offutt AFB. Seconds later, as we sat in our vehicle with the windows down, we could hear gunfire across the base. At that moment, we saw a streak of bluish-white light moving at high speed towards the southwest. It was the UFO getting out of there! It passed right over the end of the runway.
After about three hours of continuous patrolling we were ordered to come in via CSC. When we arrived there, we were ordered to stand-by in the inspection room for further orders. While we waited, we talked with the guys who had shot at the UFO, asking them about what they saw. They seemed scared. One of the other sergeants said that he had never believed in flying saucers but now he did. Another person described it to me as a large ball of light that hovered about 150 to 200 feet above the igloos.
After 20 minutes waiting, we were called to attention by an officer and told that if anyone were to ask about this incident we were to refer them to the Base Information Officer. We were to tell no one about what happened this night, under penalty of court-martial.
One of the sergeants in the CSC room spoke up and told the officers present that the UFO had leaked something as it moved out across the base. We later found out it was like the ‘angel hair’ that you put on Christmas trees. It created a trail from the MMS area all the way across the base to the southwest perimeter, past the southern runway in the C-130 practice area.
The next day, I was assigned to the Primary CSC area with four hours sleep. A teletype message was given to me to take to our commanding officer; the envelope was marked CLASSIFIED but not sealed. I was cleared for Top Secret messages, so I snuck a peek as I walked it to the major’s office. I don’t remember his name. Basically the message said that the Texas Department of Public Safety had taken samples of the angel hair to their lab and that the State of Texas would advise the Air Force regarding their findings.
The angel hair hung around on the area ropes and buildings for three days. On the third day it rained and the material dissolved, completely disappearing. The day after that, I again served my shift at CSC and another teletype came in, only this one was TOP SECRET. Again the envelope was not sealed. The message read something like, ‘After full chemical analysis it is the opinion of this lab that the substance is not of this world’ or words to that effect.
I was discharged from the Air Force in 1974. I said nothing about this incident until 1977, when I contacted the Center for UFO Studies. They never did anything with my tip. In 2015, I sent this information to MUFON. Again, nothing was done with it as far as I know. That’s why I’m writing to you.
I asked Jenkins to send me his DD214 military service record, to confirm his former status as an Air Force Security Policeman assigned to the 96th SPS; he readily complied. He also provided me with the names of a few other persons who were involved in the incident and I will attempt to locate them.
This report is only one of many involving UFOs maneuvering above USAF nuclear Weapons Storage Areas. Documented incidents occurred at Manzano Base, New Mexico and Killeen Base, Texas in 1949; at Loring AFB, Maine and Wurtsmith AFB, Michigan in 1975; and at Kirtland AFB, New Mexico and the RAF Bentwaters base, in the UK, in 1980.
The so-called “angel hair” mentioned by Jenkins is a well-known if infrequently reported feature in some UFO sighting cases. One example may be found here.
On october 21st 2017 i was in my back yard getting to know my new telescope. it was a really nice night, warmer than expected at this time of the year. after about an hour i had to take a break because my back was soar. my back yard is joined with the neighbors yard. there are very tall, mature trees that also surround it. i had to have my telescope pointed at a steep angle. so i sat down in my lawn chair to rest. the night sky was very clear and i was just enjoying the view. suddenly, directly in front of me, a extremely bright line stretched out in front of me. it was so quick but was a very large object at the front with a huge trail of light following it. i couldn’t make out what the object leaving the light was. it was a bit larger than the light trail. it was that bright,that it stretched the light it was just above the trees!! the speed was so fast that if i wasn’t staring directly at it i would have missed it. i believe it was meant for me to see. i couldn’t move, i was so amazed that it happened in front of me!! little, unimportant me!! tears we’re flowing out of my eyes in disbelief! after a few minutes a smile came to my face. i was right, i wasn’t crazy. i believe in alot of ideas out there. our future, our past, and things in between. my husband and others i’ve shared the important information
with, make fun of me but i now have the proof i need. i didn’t tell anyone after it happened except my son.
Having your children trail you like ducklings in a pond sounds pretty good to human parents, who are stuck carrying or pushing their offspring through toddlerhood. But some animals with mobile babies choose to carry them anyway. One scientist looked at waterbirds to figure out why certain species find it worthwhile to haul their kids around, while others leave them to paddle alone. The reasons he found range from snuggle time to murderous fish.
Animals including anteaters, bats, prima