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« Reply #3000 on: Jan 3rd, 2018, 07:09am »

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Why the dreams of UFO enthusiasts are stuck in 1950s technology

By Dennis Overbye, New York Times News Service
Wednesday, Jan. 3, 2018 | 2 a.m.

Hey, Mr. Spaceman, Won’t you please take me along? I won’t do anything wrong. Hey, Mr. Spaceman, Won’t you please take me along for a ride?

So sang the Byrds in 1966, after strange radio bursts from distant galaxies called quasars had excited people about the possibility of extraterrestrial intelligence.

I recalled those words recently when reading the account of a pair of Navy pilots who were outmaneuvered and outrun by a UFO off the coast of San Diego in 2004. Cmdr. David Fravor said he had no idea what he had seen.

“But,” he added, “I want to fly one.”

His story was part of a bundle of material released recently about a supersecret $22 million Pentagon project called the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program, aimed at investigating UFOs. The project was officially killed in 2012, but now it’s being resurrected as a nonprofit organization.

Disgruntled that the government wasn’t taking the possibility of alien visitors seriously, a group of former defense officials, aerospace engineers and other space fans have set up their own group, To the Stars Academy of Arts & Science. One of its founders is Tom DeLonge, a former punk musician, record producer and entrepreneur, who is also head of the group’s entertainment division.

For a minimum of $200, you can join and help finance their research into how UFOs do whatever it is they do, as well as telepathy and “a point-to-point transportation craft that will erase the current travel limits of distance and time” by using a drive that “alters the space-time metric” — that is, a warp drive going faster than the speed of light, Einstein’s old cosmic speed limit.

“We believe there are transformative discoveries within our reach that will revolutionize the human experience, but they can only be accomplished through the unrestricted support of breakthrough research, discovery and innovation,” says the group’s website.

I’m not holding my breath waiting for progress on telepathy or warp drive, but I agree with at least one thing that one official with the group said. That was Steve Justice, a former engineer at Lockheed Martin’s famous Skunk Works, where advanced aircraft like the SR-71 high-altitude superfast spy plane were designed.

“How dare we think that the physics we have today is all that there is,” he said in an interview published recently in HuffPost.

I could hardly agree more, having spent my professional life in the company of physicists and astronomers trying to poke out of the cocoon of present knowledge into the unknown, to overturn Einstein and what passes for contemporary science. Lately, they haven’t gotten anywhere.

The last time physicists had to deal with faster-than-light travel was six years ago, when a group of Italy-based physicists announced that they had seen the subatomic particles known as neutrinos going faster than light. It turned out they had wired up their equipment wrong.

So far Einstein is still the champ. But surely there is so much more to learn. A lot of surprises lie ahead, but many of the most popular ideas on how to transcend Einstein and his peers are on the verge of being ruled out. Transforming science is harder than it looks.

While there is a lot we don’t know, there is also a lot we do know. We know how to turn on our computers and let gadgets in our pocket navigate the world. We know that when physical objects zig and zag through a medium like air, as UFOs are said to do, they produce turbulence and shock waves. NASA engineers predicted to the minute when the Cassini spacecraft would dwindle to a wisp of smoke in Saturn’s atmosphere last fall.

In moments like this, I take comfort in what the great Russian physicist and cosmologist Yakov Zeldovich, one of the fathers of the Soviet hydrogen bomb, once told me. “What science has already taken, it will not give back,” he said.

Scientists are not the killjoys in all this.

In the astronomical world, the border between science fact and science fiction can be very permeable, perhaps because many scientists grew up reading science fiction. And astronomers forever have their noses pressed up against the window of the unknown. They want to believe more than anybody, and I count myself among them.

But they are also trained to look at nature with ruthless rigor and skepticism. For astronomers, the biggest problem with E.T. is not the occasional claim of a mysterious light in the sky, but the fact that we are not constantly overwhelmed with them.

Half a century ago, the legendary physicist Enrico Fermi concluded from a simple back-of-the-envelope calculation that even without warp drive, a single civilization could visit and colonize all the planets in the galaxy in a fraction of the 10-billion-year age of the Milky Way.

“Where are they?” he asked.

Proponents of SETI, the search for extraterrestrial intelligence, have been debating ever since. One answer I like is the “zoo hypothesis,” according to which we have been placed off-limits, a cosmic wildlife refuge.

Another answer came from Jill Tarter, formerly the director of research at the SETI Institute in Mountain View, California. “We haven’t looked hard enough,” she said when I asked her recently.

If there was an iPhone sitting under a rock on the moon or Mars, for example, we would not have found it yet. Our own latest ideas for interstellar exploration involve launching probes the size of postage stamps to Alpha Centauri.

In the next generation, they might be the size of mosquitoes. By contrast, the dreams of some UFO enthusiasts are stuck in 1950s technology.

Still, we keep trying.

In the fall, when a strange object — an interstellar asteroid now named Oumuamua — was found cruising through the solar system, astronomers’ thoughts raced to the Arthur C. Clarke novel “Rendezvous With Rama,” in which the object was an alien spaceship. Two groups have been monitoring Oumuamua for alien radio signals, so far to no avail.

Meanwhile, some astronomers have speculated that the erratic dimming of a star known as “Boyajian’s star” or “Tabby’s star,” after the astronomer Tabetha Boyajian, could be caused by some gigantic construction project orbiting the star. That has not worked out, but none of the other explanations — dust or a fleet of comets — have, either.

A pair of Harvard astronomers suggested in the spring that mysterious sporadic flashes of energy known as fast radio bursts coming from far, far away are alien transmitters powering interstellar spacecraft carrying light sails. “Science isn’t a matter of belief, it’s a matter of evidence,” astronomer Avi Loeb said in a news release from Harvard. “Deciding what’s likely ahead of time limits the possibilities. It’s worth putting ideas out there and letting the data be the judge.”

UFO investigations are nothing new. The most famous was the Air Force’s Project Blue Book, which ran from 1952 to 1970 and examined more than 12,000 sightings.

Most UFO sightings turn out to be swamp gas and other atmospheric anomalies, Venus, weird reflections or just plain hoaxes. But there is a stubborn residue, a few percent that resist easy explication, including Fravor’s story. But that’s a far cry from proving they are alien or interstellar.

I don’t know what to think about these stories, often told by sober, respected and professional observers — police officers, pilots, military officials — in indelible detail. I always wish I could have been there to see it for myself.

Then I wonder how much good it would do to see it anyway.

Recently I ran into my friend Mark Mitton, a professional magician, in a restaurant. He came over to the table and started doing tricks. At one point he fanned the card deck, asked my daughter to pick one, and then asked her to shuffle the deck, which she did expertly.

Mitton grabbed the deck and sprayed the cards in the air. There was my daughter’s card stuck to a mirror about 5 feet away. How did it get there? Not by any new physics. Seeing didn’t really help.

As modern psychology and neuroscience have established, the senses are an unreliable portal to reality, whatever that is.

Something might be happening, but we don’t know what it is. E.T., if you’re reading this, I’m still waiting to take my ride.

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« Reply #3001 on: Jan 3rd, 2018, 10:12am »

Storm of the Century...(So Far...)

Winter Storm Hits Florida!

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Yep, this is what a winter storm looks like in Florida. Keep in mind, all schools and some businesses are CLOSED!

You think I'm kidding?!


(WTXL) - Road and overpass closures are listed in the WTXL area.

FLORIDA
Interstate 10 in both directions from Exit 209 (Leon County) to Exit 258 (Madison County) due to overpasses freezing over.

Highway 90 from Jefferson County to Leon County. For motorists entering Leon County from Jefferson County, Highway 90 has been closed due to ice on the bridge. If you still need to travel, officials say, please use Highway 27 as an alternate route.

Tallahassee:
The flyover at Interstate 10 and Thomasville Road. The closure is caused by a vehicular crash caused by the icy winter weather. Officials say please drive with caution and use an alternate route.

The I-10 overpass on Old Lloyd Road

Madison County:
The bridge on Sundown Creek Road is now closed

http://www.wtxl.com/news/road-closures-listed-for-florida-and-georgia/article_a4bf4f5a-f07c-11e7-be8e-bfe6929e5d1d.html


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« Reply #3002 on: Jan 3rd, 2018, 10:40am »

Before you folks in the northeast laugh at us Floridians too much for our "Winter Storm", you had better get through Thursday's "Bomb"...


'Bomb Cyclone' Forecast to Hit East Coast

By Jeanna Bryner, Live Science Managing Editor
January 3, 2018

Just when you thought the weather couldn't get worse, the Washington Post hits us with "bomb cyclone." That's right, forecasters suggest this "bomb" will make the U.S. East Coast unbearable for many.

How does a system become bomb-cyclone status? Its atmospheric pressure must drop so rapidly, at least 24 millibars in 24 hours, according to the National Weather Service, that it explodes in strength.

"This can happen when a cold air mass collides with a warm air mass, such as air over warm ocean waters. The formation of this rapidly strengthening weather system is a process called bombogenesis, which creates what is known as a bomb cyclone," the NWS said.

"All day Thursday meteorologists are going to be glued to the new GOES-East satellite watching a truly amazing extratopical "bomb" cyclone off New England coast. It will be massive -- fill up entire Western Atlantic off U.S. East Coast. Pressure as low as Sandy & hurricane winds." Ryan Maue, weather.us

Enter the polar vortex — a spinning mass of cold air that typically encircles the North Pole. When the system is strong, it treks around the North Pole in a relatively circular shape, bound on the south by the jet stream, according to David Roth, a forecaster for the NWS Weather Prediction Center in College Park, Maryland. "Since the [winter] solstice, the polar vortex has been weaker," Roth told Live Science, adding that "it looks like an amoeba right now." This planetary-scale phenomenon is partly driving the current winter storm and meteorological bomb. That's because the frigid Arctic air seeping from the vortex creates what meteorologists call troughs, or low-pressure areas.

The low-pressure system is moving near the Gulf Stream, which stays toasty all year. The temperature gradient between the two is amplifying the pressure drop, Roth said. Adding to this temperature difference is the orientation of the upper trough, or the low-pressure at about 30,000 to 40,000 feet (9,100 to 12,200 meters): This trough is negatively tilted (like a backward slant), which makes the system even stronger, Roth said.

During these bomb-cyclone events, winds can whip up fast, spinning toward the system's low-pressure center. Snow and blizzard conditions can follow, according to the Weather Channel.

The area of rapidly dropping pressure has already formed off the east coast of Florida this morning (Jan. 3) and will move northeastward, dropping snow over the southern Mid-Atlantic Coast by tomorrow morning, according to the NWS. Snow is also forecast over parts of New England by tomorrow morning, with blizzard conditions possible over eastern New England by late Thursday.

"According to WPC [Weather Prediction Center] forecasts, the low is forecast to be 996 mb this evening (00 UTC Thursday) off the Carolinas and 960 mb off New England by Thursday evening (00 UTC Friday), a drop of 36 mb in 24 hours," Bryan Jackson, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service's Weather Prediction Center, told Live Science in an email.

In fact, on Friday, record-low temperatures are expected for most of the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast, where highs will hover in "the single digits and teens," the Post reported.

https://www.livescience.com/61316-bomb-cyclone-east-coast-forecast.html
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« Reply #3003 on: Jan 3rd, 2018, 2:32pm »

Keep your eyes on the skies.

Is your eyesight really that good ?

Space Weather News for Jan. 3, 2018
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STRANGE CLOUDS ARE CIRCLING ANTARCTICA: NASA's AIM spacecraft is monitoring a vast ring of noctilucent (night-shining) clouds circling Antarctica. These strange clouds, formed at the edge of space by ice-frosted specks of meteor smoke, may be linked through recently discovered teleconnections to cold weather patterns in the USA. Visit today's edition of Spaceweather.com for images and more information.


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on Jan 3rd, 2018, 10:12am, Swamprat wrote:
Storm of the Century...(So Far...)

Winter Storm Hits Florida!

My house:

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Yep, this is what a winter storm looks like in Florida. Keep in mind, all schools and some businesses are CLOSED!




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Fantastic image from the NASA archives which clearly shows a glowing cigar shaped UFO. This object was snapped by the Apollo astronauts during there journey to the moon and in my opinion is one of the best photographs of a tube UFO in space. Due to the clarity of the picture and the illumination from the craft, we can make out lots of details, including the numerous spheres attached to the hull of the craft. I think NASA missed this one and it was released accidentally.

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on Jan 3rd, 2018, 10:12am, Swamprat wrote:
Storm of the Century...(So Far...)

Winter Storm Hits Florida!

My house:

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Yep, this is what a winter storm looks like in Florida. Keep in mind, all schools and some businesses are CLOSED!

You think I'm kidding?!


(WTXL) - Road and overpass closures are listed in the WTXL area.

FLORIDA
Interstate 10 in both directions from Exit 209 (Leon County) to Exit 258 (Madison County) due to overpasses freezing over.

Highway 90 from Jefferson County to Leon County. For motorists entering Leon County from Jefferson County, Highway 90 has been closed due to ice on the bridge. If you still need to travel, officials say, please use Highway 27 as an alternate route.

Tallahassee:
The flyover at Interstate 10 and Thomasville Road. The closure is caused by a vehicular crash caused by the icy winter weather. Officials say please drive with caution and use an alternate route.

The I-10 overpass on Old Lloyd Road

Madison County:
The bridge on Sundown Creek Road is now closed

http://www.wtxl.com/news/road-closures-listed-for-florida-and-georgia/article_a4bf4f5a-f07c-11e7-be8e-bfe6929e5d1d.html


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Heat Wave in USA on January 03 2018

While the most of the United States is dealing with cold and ice, residents of Alaska enjoy unusually warm weather. In some parts of the country temperatures reached 10 degrees, which is unusual at this time of year, BNT reported. According to the meteorological office, the warm weather is due to a tropical wave invading the north. But people in Alaska are pleased with the sun and almost the spring weather, all the more so that temperatures are expected to fall in the near hours.

http://hisz.rsoe.hu/alertmap/database/index.php?pageid=event_desc&edis_id=HT-20180103-61246-USA


Geocolor Image From NOAA's GOES-16 Satellite of Powerful East Coast Storm

https://www.nasa.gov/image-feature/geocolor-image-from-noaas-goes-16-satellite-of-powerful-east-coast-storm

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Key West Cemetery

The island residents are known for taking their quirky sense of humor with them to the grave.

It’s estimated that as many as 100,000 people have been lain to rest in the 19-acre Key West Cemetery, more than three times the number of living residents in the island city. The cemetery was stablished in 1847 after a hurricane washed bodies out from their previous location, and many of the graves are above ground (similar to New Orleans) due to the high water table. Today, though, the cemetery is best known for its many unusual gravestones.

Perhaps most recognized among the tombstones is that of local hypochondriac B.P. “Pearl” Roberts, which reads “I told you I was sick.” Literary references abound as well, with one tombstone reading “So Long and Thanks For All The Fish,” a reference to Douglas Adams’s book of the same name. Another reads “GROK – Look It Up,” from Robert Heinlein’s novel Stranger in a Strange Land.

Other notable one-liners include “Jesus Christ, These People Are Horrible,” “I’m Just Resting My Eyes,” “Devoted Fan of Singer Julio Iglesias,” “If You’re Reading This, You Desperately Need A Hobby,” and “I Always Dreamed Of Owning A Small Place In Key West.”

There’s much more to the cemetery than just punchline epitaphs and conch-shaped tombstones. Key West is the final resting place of “Sloppy” Joe Russell, a well known local bar owner and fishing guide for Ernest Hemingway, as well as “general” Abe Sawyer, a famous little person who requested to be buried in the grave of a full-sized man.

There are many Civil War and Spanish-American War graves, a section for Cuban freedom fighters, and a monument to the 260 sailors killed in 1898, when the USS Maine exploded in Havana Harbor.

There’s also a twisted—and true—tale of Count Carl Von Cosel, who stole and preserved the body of Elena Milagro Hoyos from the cemetery. The Count, using a combination of beeswax, silk, and makeup, was able to preserve the body, kept in a wedding dress in his bed for seven years. When the woman’s horrified and outraged family learned of it, they had Elena’s body re-interred in a secret spot where Von Cosel couldn’t find it again.

While exploring the cemetery, don’t be startled if you hear a rustling coming from just out of sight. The entire island is overrun with feral chickens, and a great many large iguanas also call the cemetery home, often sunning themselves on the stone markers during the day.

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DB Cooper Code Cracked?
January 05, 2018

Researchers trying to solve the infamous D.B. Cooper case believe that they have cracked a code contained in one of the notorious skyjacker's letters.

The missive in question was released to the public last year by the FBI and is thought to be a genuine letter written by Cooper to several national newspapers following his daring caper.

Tenacious investigator and former C2C guest Tom Colbert along with his team of researchers studied the new evidence and discovered a rather curious detail.

At the bottom of the letter are three series of numbers which have seemingly no explanation nor purpose.

This piqued the interest of a code breaker who is working with Colbert and the numbers were subsequently identified as identifiers for three different Army units.

What makes this deciphering particularly intriguing is that these all coincide with the Army career of Colbert's prime suspect in the case Robert Rackstraw.

To the investigator, who has already amassed an astounding amount of information which he says proves that Racksaw is Cooper, the find only serves to strengthen his conviction that he and his team have solved the mystery.

Unfortunately, the official closing of the case remains dependent upon the FBI, who Colbert contends are unwilling to pursue Racksaw for fear of looking bad because an independent researcher developed the lead.

And so the case remains at an impasse until or unless the agency finally decides to act on Colbert's information or he produces yet another bombshell that finally forces their hand.

Coast Insiders can learn more about Thomas Colbert's exhaustive investigation into the Cooper case by checking out his 11/18/2017 (https://www.coasttocoastam.com/show/2017/11/18) appearance on the program.

https://www.coasttocoastam.com/article/db_cooper_code_cracked?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed

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