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The Alien Broadcasts of 1957

UFOs have been causing problems for CERN in the form of mysterious rapid beam lights dumping "dust particles" on the Collider. Strange things happened in the past as well: Thanks to a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request, the National Security Agency (NSA) has declassified a report from 1957 saying that 29 mysterious signals were received and verified as being "of extraterrestrial origin."

On the Before It's News website, Terrence Aym writes that "a NSA specialist named Dr. Howard Campaigne was given the responsibility of choosing a cryptology team to work on cracking the alien messages. The task was compartmentalized and many who worked at the NSA had no idea that such a project--or even the messages the team focused upon--existed.

"Although many of the documents they received were heavily redacted with page after page blacked out, several separate documents that were released from the NSA contained snippets of information--clues--that some sort of alien message had been intercepted during the late 1950s."

This document has been dismissed as a cryptography exercise, but the details were never released, nor has the actual signal been made public. The document was released on the NSA website, so there is no question of its authenticity. To read it for yourself, click here.

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The mention of UFOs messing with Cern surprised me in this article. But the "UFOs' are actually described as unidentified FALLING objects. Cern is dealing with mysterious dust particles in the collider that create "beam dumps." Which means that many of these particles are blocking the proton beam enough that the beam automatically shuts down.

The original article from Live Science was misleading and did not actually involve a UFO.

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