Published on 3 Jun 2012 by MrQuantum1963
Featuring SETI Institute scientists Frank Drake and Seth Shostak
Prepare for an exercise in imagination. Suppose that an alien spacecraft crashed in the desert and we humans recovered it. What could we learn from its engineers? Using data gleaned from years of UFO sightings, we recreate a typical ship using cutting-edge animation, discover why aliens choose the craft shapes they do, learn how they overcome the effects of Earth’s atmosphere, defy gravity, cancel inertia, and travel faster than the speed of light! Our experts–reverse engineers—show us what’s “under the hood” of alien craft. We explore the technology that makes other-world visitations possible, what distance-shrinking device or wormhole excavator permits ships to travel space’s expanse in minutes, and how the semi-transparent spacecraft skin functions. At first inspection, the technology seems crazy, but according to our experts, nothing is beyond the realm of possibility.
With the help of leading physicists, astronomers, and engineers, we’ll decipher UFO technology: inertia cancellers, antigravity devices, wormhole excavators, teletransporters, antimatter reactors and laser weapons.
And, maybe in the process, discover the secrets of the universe… through “Alien Engineering.”
Published on 3 Jun 2012 by Streetcap1
Published on 3 Jun 2012 by thirdphaseofmoon
UFO Sightings Live Update Via Skype From L.A. June 3 2012 The Man Who Summons UFOs Thirdphaseofmoon Speaks with Robert Bingham Exclusive Across from the Park Plaza Hotel along with many Skeptics who now believe in UFOs! Skype interview sorry for the quality live stream was poor, will update tomorrow HD Video from the Amazing experience of June 3 2012
IF YOUR HOME HAS JUST BEEN DESTROYED ARE YOU REALLY GOING TO WORRY ABOUT THE DESTROYED PC? OR IS THIS MORE TO DO WITH THE COMING CORONAL MASS EJECTION?
People living in hurricane prone areas should have a backup tech plan in case a storm hits, because Internet and cell phone connections are likely to go out, FEMA director Craig Fugate said Friday during the first day of the Atlantic HurricaneCenter.
“It will go out, and if it doesn’t go out, everybody will try to call each other and won’t get through,” Fugate said.
He urged families to have clear plans for how and where to meet up in case they can’t use their phones. And he encouraged residents to make sure they have a battery operated radio to hear emergency bulletins from state and federal officials..
He asked residents to text and email rather than call during the height of a storm to reduce congestion.
Fugate said both wireless and wired technology will likely come back up quickly, but if electricity is spotty, keeping the gadgets charged may be tricky.
“When you evacuate, did you remember to bring that charger, and is there going to be a place to plug that in?” Fugate questioned, “What’s your back up plan?”
He suggested people have portable battery-powered or hand crank chargers. Car chargers can also work.
Fugate spoke the Naitonal Hurricane Center in Miami, along with Department of Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano and Florida Gov. Rick Scott. All urged individuals to prepare before the storm, noting it only takes one to make land and wreak havoc.
Even tropical storms, especially if heavy winds are sustained over several hours, can cause serious damage, said National Hurricane Center Director Bill Read.
Scott reminded Floridians to have three days of food and make other preparations in case electricity goes out and doen’t immediately return.
He joked that officials at Florida Department of Emergency Management had promised him the state won’t face a hurricane while he’s in office but said individuals need to be prepared just in case.