In an attempt, to reach Earth, an alien species sent out three detailed messages. NASA and Russia were the first to get them and the findings are beginning to baffle scientists.
NASA AND RUSSIA GET ALIEN MESSAGE FROM STAR
When astronomers first felt the spike in radio signals from a distant star, they were all too excited. The sources of this signal came from the sun-like star called HD 164595.
Not exactly a catchy name but that’s not the point here. This star is from constellation Hercules nearly 95 light years away.
Some of the more boring scientists out there think this is nothing more of a natural phenomenon.
However, other astronomers think NASA and Russia just received an alien message. It’s not the first time either.
NASA AND RUSSIA GET STRONG ALIEN MESSAGE THIS WEEK
UFO researchers reported that Russia and NASA detected a very strong mystery signal from space. Thanks to SETI, the search for alien life is heating up in a big way. SETI regularly monitors space for radio transmissions from potentially civilized societies.
On 8/29/2016, they found a strong signal that they think is artificial in nature. Furthermore, it’s coming from a sun-like star very much like our own.
This only increases the chance of finding intelligent life like here on Earth. If this was a stand-alone event, that’s one thing. However, it’s a part of a larger trend.
We’ve all seen crop circles and for the most part, dismiss them as a childish hoax. However, there are far more to these creations than we give them credit for. There are a few different cases where researchers found a binary code in these crop circles.
According to them, this is a message from ET’s. What they are warning us about is uncertain but estimates range from invasion warning to a simple hello.
It looks like aliens are trying just as hard as we are to communicate. It’s only a matter of time before we establish contact.
Paul Hertz, Director of the Astrophysics Division of the NASA, shared at IMGUR this amazing statement about aliens.
"Be carefull what you wish for. if you guys knew even a fraction of the shit we do, you will never sleep again. I promise you that"
Paul Hertz Director of the astrophysics divison at nasa.
IMGUR link: https://imgur.com/nRg3DYB
An unusual image, that was posted on Coast To Coast AM’s website on Friday, has been receiving a bit of conversation & speculation since.
A law enforcement officer from Georgia shared an image of a humanoid figure with a bright aura and possible wings.
What do you think?
A live feed from an eagle's nest in Michigan has recorded a mysterious figure wandering around below.
Situated in a tall tree at the Platte River State Fish Hatchery near Beulah, Northern Michigan, this nest of Bald Eagle chicks is being monitored online using a special live camera feed setup.
While checking through the footage archives recently however the team responsible for the feed noticed something unusual - a dark figure skulking around the forest floor far below.
Visible at the top right of the frame as well as in an enlarged segment at the center of the picture, the figure, which appears to be walking upright, has been light-heartedly referred to as 'Bigfoot'.
It remains unclear however whether this really is evidence of the elusive hominid or if the camera had simply picked up a hiker who had managed to lose their way while walking in the woods.
Mysterious populations challenge our notions of the world. Some remain shrouded in the shadows of time; others are enigmatic because of their isolation or unique origin stories.
The more we learn, the more complex the story of man becomes.
Here are 10 Mysterious Human Populations
The New Yorker’s Page Turner section published a brief account of the novel, its author, and characters Trumpley Wailes (Trump, for short) and DeWitt Clinton. Trump, appropriately enough, works in a banking firm and obfuscates his financial circumstances. He also rescues a woman from drowning, an act titanically too heroic for Donald J.
The Victorians loved a good tale stocked with far-fetched adventures, and this one delivers. The roster of outlandish sundries includes a haunted mansion, “ghostly sleepwalkers,” a train wreck that directly leads to the aforementioned damsel’s near-drowning, and, for good measure, some dueling.
It also includes this passage, in which Trump acts a drunken fool and, at Clinton’s suggestion to turn in for the evening, threatens to lob a beer bottle at his head.
“Trump had risen again, throwing another pipe on the hearth, danced a most absurd pas seul , kicked a chair over, set it up again, and then resumed his seat. ‘Oh, what a blockhead! Mother was right. Go on, please, I am all attention. One more mouthful of beer.’
‘It’s my opinion,’ said Clinton, ‘that you have had enough beer to-night. Help yourself, however, and welcome.’
‘My dear [Trump], go to bed,’ said Clinton. ‘I am ashamed of keeping you up so late, listening to my dull stories.’
‘If you say bed to me again I’ll throw this beer bottle at you!’”
Throwing beer bottles — now that sounds a bit more accurate. Clinton also refers to Trump as “an obstinate mule-headed sucker,” but unfortunately I don’t foresee Hillary Clinton landing that particular blow. Perhaps we’ll have better luck with “deceitful old humbug”; after all, that’s pretty incontestable.
The author who remained anonymous at the time of publication is George J.A. Coulson from Baltimore, Maryland. The Odd Trump was his most successful literary endeavor, but the tepid reviews indicate a mixed response.
“We are always grateful to any rising literary man who does not fill us with physical loathing,” wrote The Nation’s reviewer, charitably. Another noted that “the plot is rather complicated.” The chapter titles, a number of which mention dealings with ghosts, suggest as much. They also alert us to a character gloriously named Prince Prettyman.
All in all, the novel sounds worlds more pleasant than the 2016 presidential election, and it’s available for your enjoyment! Read it for free here and escape to the wonderful world of Victorian triviality until tomorrow’s debate delivers one and all to a fiery abyss.
ONE day in 1922, near Broken Hill, Southern Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe), a skull was found. When it came to the attention of the British Museum, the curators were pleased.
It was, in fact, a Neanderthal skull, and Neanderthal bones did not exactly come ten-a-penny.
But the Broken Hill skull was special for other reasons. On the left side of the cranium was a small, perfectly round hole. At first it was assumed that it had been made by a spear, or other sharp implement, but further investigation proved that this had not been the case.
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