Wednesday, April 28, 2010

ExoPoliticians Say Government Must Start Planning for Alien Visits

(April 28) -- Famed astrophysicist Stephen Hawking isn't the only man concerned about the potential ramifications of an extraterrestrial presence on Earth.

Turns out, a growing number of people are becoming involved in "exopolitics," the study of the political ramifications of alien visitors -- whether they be friend or foe -- and how humans should prepare for either scenario.

Take Michael Salla, an international politics scholar who in 2001 started dedicating his time to exopolitics. Since then, Salla, an expert in conflict resolution, has been lobbying for extra transparency from the government regarding extraterrestrials.

He says that it's imperative for the planet to have a plan just in case an E.T. decides to make Earth his new home.

"It's not necessary to assume E.T.s are real, just possible," Salla said. "Then you prepare for it and think through all the issues."

According to Salla, those issues include deciding how the alien presence will be announced (he advocates announcing the presence of microbes and working up to more sentient beings), and who will be in control -- a secret committee or a corporate entity.

Even more important: If the E.T.s have superior technology, should they be forced to share it?

Of course, another big issue is determining the protocol for contact between humans and aliens, lest either side be exposed to strange viruses, a Romeo and Juliet situation between Martians and Earthlings -- or worse.

"A big question is how will humans interact with aliens," Salla said. "If someone is threatened by one, will they take a shot at them while driving by? And, if so, will this be as illegal as shooting a human?"

Luckily, for Salla and the others in this pioneering form of paranormal political science, they aren't the only ones asking these questions.

"In the last six months, both the Vatican and the Royal Society of London have held astrobiological conferences studying the implications of life found on other worlds," he said.

Exopolitician Alfred Webre is confident that an alien discovery would have a major earthly impact. He believes that the politician or head of state who announces an encounter with an E.T. will have an incredible amount of political capital internationally.

No wonder, he says, that many UFOlogists believe that JFK planned to make such an announcement before his 1963 assassination.

However, Webre also admits that if, say, President Barack Obama were to make such an announcement, it could likely fall prey to the partisan battles that have plagued other big issues such as the economy, immigration reform and health care.

"There have been rumors that Obama might make such an announcement, but there have been so many immediate crises that what might be a political slam dunk hasn't taken place," said Webre, who recently shocked the world by claiming that both the U.S. and Russia have developed electromagnetic weapons that can trigger earthquakes.

Webre concedes that while being the person who announces the real presence of alien life will make history, it's possible that E.T.s might not want to put their eggs in one basket, politically speaking, since they wouldn't want to give the appearance of favoring one nation over another.

"Exopolitician" Alfred Webre says the United States and United Nations need to plan how to deal with extraterrestrials that may land on our planet.

If and when aliens "do surface, the thought is that they'd do it through a neutral party such as the United Nations," Webre said.

Other exopoliticians, like political activist Stephen Bassett, believe that the governments of the world -- especially the United States -- don't want to give such a momentous announcement to the U.N.

Bassett, a registered lobbyist who wants Congress to release information about the presence of aliens, says any announcement made about E.T.s -- at least in the U.S. -- is only likely to happen with the express cooperation of U.S. military intelligence.

"Barack Obama won't say he wants to reveal the truth; the military will come to him and say, 'You're the guy,'" Bassett said. "Then there would be a substantial press conference with all the evidence anyone could want that proves the presence is real."

And he says that announcement would come quickly.

Registered lobbyist Stephen Bassett says once a world leader like Barack Obama decides to announce the presence of E.T.s, he will move quickly to prevent the possibility of a leak.

"You can't have a leak 20 days in advance," Bassett said. "You don't float trial balloons. You make the decision and you move quickly."

Bassett, who is organizing the X-Conference 2010, an exopolitical gathering May 7 to 9 in Washington, D.C., says that after a nation makes the initial announcement, others would promptly follow. But he admits, "This is a transcendent issue. Whatever country makes the announcement will get most of the historical attention."

Although Bassett believes any such announcement would be made by one nation, Webre says he and other exopoliticians have been talking with members of the U.N. General Assembly regarding U.N. Resolution 33/426, which is a proposal to set up a Department of Extraterrestrials Affairs.

He is more confident of this happening than Salla.

"There has been a 60-year period where any information that the governments of the world may have has not been shared with the public," he said. "Whatever is decided, it needs to be done with transparency and accountability. It's important to share such information with U.N. and U.S. office holders."

Of course, a lot has changed in that 60-year period. Webre says that in 1961, studies indicated that a sudden announcement of an alien presence would scare people and cause psychological distress and panics, like the one that surrounded Orson Welles' 1938 "War of the Worlds" hoax.

"A more recent study showed that 85 percent view an announcement about aliens on Earth as something positive," he said.

However, Webre may get some argument from Hawking, who is still pessimistic about trying to make friends with an alien species.

"If aliens ever visit us, I think the outcome would be much as when Christopher Columbus first landed in America, which didn't turn out very well for the Native Americans," he said while promoting his new Discovery Channel series "Into the Universe With Stephen Hawking."

But Salla says the extreme divide between cynics like Hawking and optimists like the Vatican, which has declared that God may have created theologically minded beings on other planets besides Earth, is OK, just as long as the debate is happening.

"While one can heartily disagree with Hawking's public policy recommendation of ignoring intelligent alien life, he is to be congratulated for elevating exopolitical study as a 'perfectly rational' discussion," Salla said.


NASA unveils evidence of life on Mars

NASA scientists last night unveiled compelling evidence of life on Mars.
A special mission to the Red Planet has revealed the likely presence of a form of pond scum - the building blocks of life as we know it.

NASA unveiled the results of the recent Opportunity and Spirit probes sent millions of miles through the solar system to discover signs of extraterrestrial life.

The results are so promising boffins have already planned a host of other missions to discover whether there is extraterrestrial life in the universe.

The recent missions have gathered evidence of sulphates on Mars, a strong indication there is water on the planet and therefore life.

Previous missions to Mars have concluded there is probably water on the planet.

But the NASA boffins said the recent missions have gone further than any others in proving there is life on Mars.

They were particularly excited about the discovery of a sulphate called gypsum which, it has emerged recently, is found in large quantities among fossils in the Mediterranean.

Jack Farmer, researcher at the Arizona State University, in Tempe, Arizona, said he was "optimistic" there was - or had been - life on Mars.

Another of the scientists Bill Schopf, researcher at the University of California in Los Angeles, added: "One, thanks to Opportunity and the rovers and orbital imaging it is clear that there are literally vast areas of Mars that are carpeted with various sorts of sulphates, including gypsum.

"Two, it turns out on earth there just hasn't been hardly any work done at all to show whether gypsum ever includes within it preserved evidence of former life.

"The age doesn't matter. We just didn't know that fossils and organic matter and things like that were well preserved within gypsum.

"So, three, it turns out that now we have made that first step we are going to find out how widespread it is in other sulphate deposits on earth.

"And those lines of evidence will then give us a way to justify going to Mars and looking at gypsum because it looks as though based on these findings that is going to turn out to be a really excellent place to find evidence of ancient life, regardless of age, if in fact it is there."

Five experts took part in last night's press conference to celebrate 50 years of astrobiology research.

Dr Steve Squyres, of Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, said the only way of being sure there is life on Mars was to bring back a sample of Mars rock.

He also said that the detection of methane in the martian atmosphere - as revealed exclusively by The Sun - raised the possibility that there was still life on Mars today.

"Methane is a molecule that should go away very quickly. We need to send a mission to find out if the source is biological.

"We also need to send a mission to return samples from Mars. That would enable scientists to find out whether Mars might ever have harboured life.

"If we are ever going to show if there was ever life on Mars, I think we're going to have to study samples back on Earth."

Almost 30 other NASA missions to discover life in space - including one to bring back rocks from Mars - have already been planned.

There are also plans to visit Jupiter's moon Europa to explore its deep underground ocean and a moon of Saturn, Enceladus, which spouted ice volcanoes.

Future missions would also visit comets.

NASA scientists have been searching for extraterrestrial life on other planets for some time.

Last November the space organisation launched the Kepler space telescope to look for Earth-size planets in this galaxy.

The telescope is on a three-and-a-half-year mission to find planets.

NASA has so far been able to download data - but many believe there are aliens out there.

British physicist Stephen Hawking said this week aliens might be traveling through the cosmos right now - but he warned they might have evil intentions.


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Tuesday, April 27, 2010

NASA Announces Wednesday Media Teleconference About Search For Extraterrestrial Life

WASHINGTON -- NASA will hold a news media teleconference at 1:30 p.m. EDT, Wednesday, April 28, to discuss the status of agency-sponsored astrobiology research, including the search for evidence of extraterrestrial life and the study of how life began on Earth. Topics also will include the quest for evidence of life on Mars, the habitability of other celestial bodies, and future technology research.

This week, NASA and scientists from around the world are gathering at a biennial meeting near Houston to celebrate 50 years of astrobiology research. Astrobiology is the study of the origin, evolution, distribution and future of life in the universe. Scientists gathered to share new data and insights, initiate and advance collaborations, plan new projects, and educate the next generation of astrobiologists.

The teleconference participants are:
Mary Voytek, astrobiology senior scientist at NASA Headquarters, Washington
Steve Squyres, researcher, Cornell University, Ithaca, N.Y.
Bill Schopf, researcher, University of California, Los Angeles
Jack Farmer, researcher, Arizona State University, Tempe, Ariz.
John Peters, researcher, Montana State University, Bozeman

To obtain call-in information, journalists should e-mail their name, media affiliation and telephone number to:

Audio of the teleconference will be streamed live on NASA's website at:

For more information about NASA astrobiology activities, visit:

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Monday, April 26, 2010

Disclosure 2010 - Is ET/UFO Disclosure right around the corner?

Hawking: Aliens may pose risks to Earth

LONDON - British physicist Stephen Hawking says aliens are out there, but it could be too dangerous for humans to interact with extraterrestrial life.

Hawking claims in a new documentary titled "Into the Universe With Stephen Hawking" that intelligent alien life forms almost certainly exist — but warns that communicating with them could be "too risky."

"We only have to look at ourselves to see how intelligent life might develop into something we wouldn’t want to meet," Hawking said. "I imagine they might exist in massive ships ... having used up all the resources from their home planet. Such advanced aliens would perhaps become nomads, looking to conquer and colonize whatever planets they can reach.”

The 68-year-old scientist said a visit by extraterrestrials to Earth might well be like Christopher Columbus arriving in the Americas, "which didn't turn out very well for the Native Americans."

He speculated that most extraterrestrial life would be similar to microbes, or small animals. Microbial life might exist far beneath the Martian surface, where liquid water is thought to trickle through the rock. Marine creatures might also conceivably live in huge oceans of water beneath a miles-thick layer of ice on Europa, a moon of Jupiter.

But if a scientific census could be extended beyond our solar system to the rest of the Milky Way and beyond, the odds in favor of life's existence rise dramatically, Hawking said.

"To my mathematical brain, the numbers alone make thinking about aliens perfectly rational," he said. “The real challenge is to work out what aliens might actually be like."

Hawking said an attack by interstellar predators is just one of the dismaying possibilities in the search for intelligent life beyond Earth. Another possibility is that intelligence itself might be inimical to life. Hawking pointed out that humanity has put itself on the edge of its own destruction by creating nuclear bombs and other weapons of mass destruction.

"If the same holds for intelligent aliens, then they might not last long," he said. "Perhaps they all blow themselves up soon after they discover that E=mc2. If civilizations take billions of years to evolve, only to vanish virtually overnight, then sadly we've next to no chance of hearing from them."

Hawking has become one of the world's best-known scientists — not just because of his theoretical work on cosmology and black holes, but also because he has achieved so much while coping with a paralyzing neural disease for most of his life. In recent years he has become a prominent advocate for space travel, contending that humans must journey into the heavens and going through zero-gravity training himself.

"Into the Universe With Stephen Hawking" had its television premiere in the United States on the Discovery Channel on Sunday, and is due for broadcast in Britain next month.

Disclosure2009/2010 does not share the same opinion as Dr. Stephen Hawking. Whereas he is a noteworthy astrophysicist, it is the opinion of this website that his theory on ET behavior is greatly flawed. Based on understanding the universe as intelligent design and the beings that travel between the stars and dimensions, it is shared in theory through this website that ET presence would be the absolute opposite in comparision to Dr. Hawking's theories on encountering off world life.


CNN: Experts Say Aliens Real! We've been working with them for over 50 years now!

The government and press have been lying about UFO's since the very beginning of the press in the United States. Most people in the world now say that they believe that UFO's are real. They know that governments have hidden the truth about ufos and aliens. Maybe someday the governments of the world can quit playing games and actually admit that we've been working with Aliens for many decades now, we have a secret space fleet, time travel, teleportation and free energy too! But all this technology remains hidden so that the world can keep paying a lot of money an an oil based economy. The corrupt new world order that controls our government now likes it this way!

No instead of telling that we've been lied to for the last 50 plus years about UFO's, I think Obama and whoever the Republican replacement will be would rather spend trillions per year on more wars over oil that we haven't needed for 50 years! It makes absolutely no sense unless you are in the New World Order and want to keep all the technology to yourself while you kill off the "useless eaters".

Please help us fight the New World Order by joining this site and sharing this video using the share links in the right margin. We can defeat the New World Order agenda if each one of us teaches everybody they know about what is going on! Evil hates the light of truth so spread your knowledge to all you know so we can change this world into what WE want and not what the ELITES want which is for everybody to be broke and totally controlled by them.


Friday, April 23, 2010

Buzz Aldrin talks about a monolith on Phobos

Here is an image of Phobos where you can indeed see something on the surface:

Buzz Aldrin talks more on this with Alex Jones:

Other than the bland skepticism Aldrin gives about the "zero evidence" that other civilizations exist within our solar system, the moon/monolith discussion is intriguing.

You can read more on as David Wilcock does a segment on Buzz Aldrin's claims of a monoloith on Phobos.

Thursday, April 22, 2010

David Wolfe Interviews David Wilcock

David Wolfe interviews David Wilcock on a variety of different topics involving extra terrestrials, the consciousness field, DNA and much more:

Thursday, April 15, 2010

Fireball in the night sky reported over Madison, WI

An apparent meteor — or possibly a piece of space junk — shot through and illuminated the night sky Wednesday, spurring dozens of people to flood the Dane County 911 Center with calls.

The object was first reported to the center about 10:15 p.m., and calls continued for more than an hour after that. Calls came from residents in at least five Midwestern states as the object tracked from west to east.

The object gradually got brighter until it lit up the whole night sky, going out in a blaze of glory as a fireball before dying out.

There was no evidence of any "touch down" of debris or remains hitting the ground anywhere in the Midwest, but in some sections of the region where the object was sighted, homes and trees shook and sonic booms were heard.

UW-Madison Assistant Professor Ankur Desai from the Department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Services said on Thursday morning he couldn't say for sure what the object was but it probably was a small meteor.

"These are relatively common events," Desai said. "This one put on a spectacular light show."

Mark Weller, an amateur astronomer from Waunakee, was standing in his kitchen shortly after 10 p.m. when he thought a bolt of lightning hit.

“My first reaction was gee, when do the clouds roll in,” he said. “(I) glanced out the kitchen window to see what ever it was disintegrate into half dozen or a dozen parts all screaming across the sky.”

Meteors are common, according to University of Wisconsin Space Place Director James Lattis, who did not see Wednesday’s event. But most are not as dramatic as the one reported Wednesday, he said.

“Even something relatively small, like the size of a golf ball, will light up the sky when it comes through,” he said. “They tend to disintegrate completely while they’re still many miles above the earth.”

The Weather Service said late Wednesday night that no official determination had been made as to what the object was, but there is a meteor shower currently happening.

"Gamma Virginids (the meteor shower) began on April 4 and is expected to last through April 21," the Weather Service said in a statement regarding the fireball.

"The peak activity for the meteor shower is April 14 and 15, and a large meteorite could have caused the brilliant fireball," the Weather Service said.

The Quad Cities National Weather Service in Iowa also caught a portion of a smoke trail from the fireball on its Doppler radar at 10:02 p.m. Wednesday, with the thin smoke trail extending across portions of Grant and Iowa Counties in Wisconsin.

"Several reports of a prolonged sonic boom were received from areas north of U.S. 20 (in Iowa), along with shaking of homes, trees and various other objects, including wind chimes," the Weather Service said.

Sources said the sonic boom was heard a good 15 minutes after the fireball blazed in the sky.

The fireball reportedly broke up into smaller pieces and was lost from sight.
Dane County Sgt. Tim Elve said deputies were dispatched to at least one location, in the town of Verona, where a resident suspected a meteorite might have landed, but as of late Wednesday, authorities hadn’t found any evidence of a landing.

The Air Force’s NORAD facility in Colorado tracks space junk — old satellites and such — that enter the Earth’s atmosphere, Lattis said, but no agency regularly tracks all meteors.

“Astronomers track big things, and you don’t even want to think about one of those coming close to the Earth,” he said.


Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Wave of UFO Sightings over Cleaveland/Lake Erie

Mysterious radio waves emitted from nearby galaxy


There is something strange in the cosmic neighbourhood. An unknown object in the nearby galaxy M82 has started sending out radio waves, and the emission does not look like anything seen anywhere in the universe before.

"We don't know what it is," says co-discoverer Tom Muxlow of Jodrell Bank Centre for Astrophysics near Macclesfield, UK.

The thing appeared in May last year, while Muxlow and his colleagues were monitoring an unrelated stellar explosion in M82 using the MERLIN network of radio telescopes in the UK. A bright spot of radio emission emerged over only a few days, quite rapidly in astronomical terms. Since then it has done very little except baffle astrophysicists.

It certainly does not fit the pattern of radio emissions from supernovae: they usually get brighter over a few weeks and then fade away over months, with the spectrum of the radiation changing all the while. The new source has hardly changed in brightness over the course of a year, and its spectrum is steady.

Mysterious radio waves emitted from nearby galaxy

This is pretty interesting, but check this out!

Yet it does seem to be moving – and fast: its apparent sideways velocity is four times the speed of light

This is an image of the M82 Galaxy that the signal is coming from:

for you google sky users M82 is located at RA 9h55m52.72s Dec 69'40'50.30" (or just search M82!)

But what could this be?

Could the object be a black hole? It is not quite in the middle of M82, where astronomers would expect to find the kind of supermassive central black hole that most other galaxies have. Which leaves the possibility that it could be a smaller-scale "microquasar".

Whatever it is, it sure is interesting, and Tom Muxlow of Jodrell Bank Centre for Astrophysics near Macclesfield, UK will report the discovery at the Royal Astronomical Society National Astronomy Meeting in Glasgow, UK, today. So I look foreward to his report!

Here is what the signal looks like:

Here is a short vid showing the M82 galaxy:

Monday, April 12, 2010

Ring UFO over Bergen Norway

This is footage of a ring-shaped UFO that was seen over the skies of Bergen, Norway on Friday, April 9th.

Ring over Bergen, Norway 9 April 2010 LUS
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