Out There

June 2012

Wednesday, June 27, 2012

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This certainly isn't a bird or a plane, or a lens flare. So that leaves a UFO.

Saturday, June 23, 2012

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These lights do not appear to be an aircraft, but as this is a night shot, there is no way to be certain. Still, probably an authentic video and the odds are that this is an unknown.

Friday, June 22, 2012

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Whitley Strieber has described his close-up experience of UFO motors as involving ultra high speed rotation. This video shows a magnetic device being rotated at extremely high speed. Could this be the key to UFO propulsion?
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Wednesday, June 20, 2012

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The announcer describes an unknown object that appeared near China's Shenzhou 9 rocket as it ascended with three astronauts aboard. The object is unknown.
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Initially, this appears to be a plane, but as the video continues, the shape is revealed to be very unusual.
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Monday, June 18, 2012

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This video of a stone with apparent magnetic properties has been posted on YouTube. Problem is, it doesn't function like a magnet--at least, not one without another magnetic field nearby to cause it to move. However, the first part of the video shows the object on a wooden table. There could easily be a powerful magnet under the table. The second video is more subtle--the object appears on a glass table. But look closely. A third of the glass is obscured by what appears to be a stone base. So, is the magnet hidden there? As always, there's a remote possibility that this is something genuinely anomalous. How your Out There editor longs for that ONE video that is beyond dispute!
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Thursday, June 14, 2012

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This group of objects recorded over Lubbock, Texas on June 6 could be balloons, but if so they are large, white and highly reflective. They are not normal weather balloons. The camera shake makes it fairly unlikely that this is a CGI effect. Note the child's voice midway into the session cry out, 'it's a space ship.' Probable unknown.
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Wednesday, June 6, 2012

Shades of the pyramid UFOs of six months to a year ago. This photo taken over Brooklyn last night appears entirely authentic. What the object might be is another question. A kite? Remotely possible. More probable: unknown.
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Tuesday, June 5, 2012

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These two objects racing past over Atlanta could be two military jets flying in formation, their outlines distorted by speed. But there isn't the slightest sign of any angle apparent anywhere, and they are white, not silver. Could be unknowns.
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We have confirmed that the object depicted in this video is indeed present at the co-ordinates listed for Google Sky. If it is an asteroid, it would be the first one discovered using Google Sky. However, claims that it is heading toward Earth are impossible to verify, because there is no trajectory information. Hopefully the astronomical community will confirm or deny its existence, and if it is there, determine its orbit.
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Sunday, June 3, 2012

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This video from solar observer Starseeker shows an interesting magnetic anomaly interacting with a solar flare, pushing it back into the solar surface rather than allowing it to expand into space. First, the anomaly is not a planet (it would crash into the sun). It is most unlikely that it is a manufactured object of any sort, because it would be the size of Jupiter, which is 120 times as big as Earth. It must be some sort of magnetic effect that is not often observed. What significance it may have we don't know.
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Saturday, June 2, 2012

There is no reason to doubt a report when it comes with a good photograph, as this one does. This is just another catch in the UFO wave now sweeping the world.
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This video discusses the Aurora scramjet, a legendary secret aircraft supposedly developed between 1970 and 1990. I noticed an interesting comment on the video from none other than Whitley Strieber. Here is what he said:

"Aurora was listed in the USAF budget back in the 1970s before the budgets went black. When it was in test out of Edwards in the early '90s, locals were complaining to their representatives to the point that the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence discussed_ it. I also know a fisherman who saw what was almost certainly an Aurora over the Gulf of Mexico in those days. Is it deployed? I hope so. We spent a great deal of money on it. A great deal."


The first contrail shown in the video is a natural cloud formation called a 'Morning Glory,' but the next contrail, and the one captured on Google, are almost certainly scramjet contrails.

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