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US Military Says UFO In Navy Video Was “Size of A Suitcase” and Traveling 19,000 MPH

This year, the Pentagon confirmed the existence of the videos, which show the so-called “tic-tac” UFOs.

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(TMU) Opinion – UFOlogy has had a huge resurgence in recent years, buoyed primarily by three new Navy UFO videos released first by The Stars Academy of Arts & Sciences, a company co-founded by former Blink-182 musician Tom DeLonge, and ushered into the mainstream by a New York Times investigation that started in 2017.

This year, the Pentagon confirmed the existence of the videos, which show the so-called “tic-tac” UFOs. To be clear, the government has not said the videos necessarily show alien craft but rather that the videos are authentic records of some kind of unidentified aerial phenomena.”

To many, this was an extraordinary admission by a governing body that has historically been maniacally secretive and tight-lipped on the issue of UFOs.

The newest military “hazard reports” disclose new details about the size and shape of the anomalous objects:

“The unknown aircraft appeared to be small in size, approximately the size of a suitcase, and silver in color,” reads one 2014 report.

A 2013 report describes a craft that “had an approximately 5-foot wingspan and was colored white with no other distinguishable features. Due to the small size, the aircraft was determined to be a [unidentified aerial system].”

The disclosures have effectively created an entirely new atmosphere of intellectual open-mindedness around an issue that for decades has been mired in condescending stigmatization. An idea that has traditionally been regarded as a ‘career killer’ in most academic circles is suddenly receiving renewed scientific interest.

Are we receiving visits from a sentient alien intelligence with technological advances that would appear magical to us?

Critics maintain the objects in the videos could be top-secret drones (perhaps even AI-powered drones). However, many technology and aviation analysts maintain that the speeds and aerodynamic maneuvers demonstrated by these crafts vastly exceed what is currently possible for man-made aerial machines. One fighter pilot reported observing a craft that dropped from 80,000-ft to around 28,000-ft in only seconds and reached speeds of 19,000 miles per hour.

Upon seeing the tic-tac UFOs, the original pilots reported by the New York Times exclaimed, “Wow, what is that, man? Look at it fly!”

“These things would be out there all day,” said Lt. Ryan Graves, a 10-year Navy pilot who later reported his sightings to the Pentagon and Congress. “Keeping an aircraft in the air requires a significant amount of energy. With the speeds we observed, 12 hours in the air is 11 hours longer than we’d expect.”

Other reports of the unidentified aerial phenomena describe them shooting into the sky and instantly making 90-degree turns at incredible speeds without any apparent mode of propulsion. One Navy aircraft “passed within 1000 [feet] of the object, but was unable to positively determine the identity of the aircraft.”

In other words, either it’s aliens or human governments have access to technology exponentially superior to anything in the private sector.

With a craft the size of a suitcase, the first thing that comes to mind is a drone–but given the speeds and aviation technology reported, who’s to say this isn’t an alien drone, an extraterrestrial-made AI probe from light-years away, or other dimensions?

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Lunar New Deal: GOP Lawmaker Suggests Altering Moon & Earth’s Orbit to Stop Climate Change

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Texas Republican Congressman Louise Gohmert raised the eyebrows of his Congressional colleagues on Tuesday after seemingly suggesting that climate change could be combatted by changing the orbit of the moon, or even altering “Earth’s orbit around the sun.”

Gohmert, who has been decried as the “dumbest member of Congress” for his past absurdly anti-scientific comments regarding the ongoing pandemic and a number of other issues, has been a vocal opponent of progressive legislators’ attempts to put a “Green New Deal” on the government’s agenda.

However, his apparent suggestion of a “Lunar New Deal” to mitigate global warming could take the cake as his most hare-brained idea yet.

The comments came during a House Natural Resources Committee hearing on four pending bills while questioning Jennifer Eberlien of the Department of Agriculture’s Forest Service, reports NBC.

“I understand, from what’s been testified to the Forest Service and the B.L.M. [Bureau of Land Management], you want very much to work on the issue of climate change,” the Texas congressman began.

“I was informed by the immediate past director of NASA that they’ve found that the moon’s orbit is changing slightly and so is the Earth’s orbit around the sun,” he continued.

“We know there’s been significant solar flare activity,” Gohmert said. “And so, is there anything that the National Forest Service or B.L.M. can do to change the course of the moon’s orbit or the Earth’s orbit around the sun?”

“Obviously that would have profound effects on our climate,” the lawmaker added.

Responding, Eberlein said with a smile: “I would have to follow up with on you on that one, Mr. Gohmert.” 

“If you figure out there’s a way in the forest service you could make that change, I’d like to know,” Gohmert responded, without any trace of irony.

Longtime critics of the conservative legislator were besides themselves with bewilderment and mockery over the out-of-this-world suggestion.

On the opposite side of the aisle California Democratic Congressman Ted Lieu suggested that perhaps Marvel Comics superheroine Captain Marvel was up to the task.

“She can alter planetary orbits with her superpowers. I’m going to work on a bipartisan resolution asking for her help,” Lieu wrote on Twitter.

According to NASA, the Earth’s climate has changed throughout history for various reasons, including small variations in the planet’s orbit.

However, the agency’s website notes that this doesn’t discount the fact that anthropogenic or human-caused activities are the culprit of the current warming.

“The current warming trend is of particular significance because most of it is extremely likely (greater than 95 percent probability) to be the result of human activity since the mid-20th century and proceeding at a rate that is unprecedented over millennia,” the site says.

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Man Finds Out His Grandparents’ Home Once Belonged To Girlfriend Of Serial Killer Ted Bundy

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A user of Reddit has seemingly Adiscovered that his grandparents live in the same home where infamous serial killer Ted Bundy once lived.

In a post to the social platform, a photo of the user’s grandparents’ fireplace can be seen along with a picture displayed on a phone that shows a couple appearing to be posing in the same living room. The post reads: “Ted Bundy dated someone who used to live in my grandparents’ house.”

The well-known photo shows Ted Bundy embracing Elizabeth Kloepfer, who dated Bundy during his brutal killing spree that claimed about 30 lives between 1974 and 1978.

Klopfer later reported her boyfriend to the police after recognizing his face in a composite sketch. However, the police failed to apprehend him at the time due to the large influx of tips regarding possible suspects of the serial murders.

She later reported Bundy again after realizing that women were disappearing near Salt Lake City, Utah – not far from where the couple lived, and quite possibly where the home on Reddit is located.

However, this attempt also failed after a witness couldn’t identify the serial murderer in a line-up.

Bundy later allegedly scorched the head of one of his victims in the fireplace presumably pictured in the Reddit post before ditching the body in a mountain.

Bundy told then-detective Robert Keppel: “Of all the things I did to [Kloepfer], this is probably the one she is least likely to forgive me for. Poor Liz.”

Bundy was given the death penalty for his crimes and was finally executed on Jan. 24, 1989.

Redditors were convinced that the fireplace shown in the post was the same one that belonged to Kloepfer.

“That’s not ‘someone,’” one user wrote. “That’s THE one. He dated Liz for a majority of his active years.”

Another user added: “Right. And wasn’t he with Liz when he said he’d burned some body parts of a victim in a fireplace? Could this be THE fireplace?”

The original poster eventually returned to the thread to explain that they learned that the home did, indeed, once return to Kloepfer.

“The house was built for a doctor and his family who turned out to be Liz,” the poster wrote. “Liz dated Teddy for a good part of his active years and they broke up when he got arrested and had to leave the state I believe.”

“My family bought the house a few years ago with zero relation to ‘ol Teddy,” they added. “Just crazy coincidence!”

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New York Times Publishes, Then Pulls, Strange Article About ‘Fields of Watermelons on Mars’

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The New York Times has long been known as the “Grey Lady of Journalism,” reflecting the newspaper’s institutional identity as a credible and respectable source of daily news.

However, on Tuesday an extremely bizarre claim graced the pages of the “paper of record”: that fields of watermelons had been discovered on Mars, a discovery made by police.

The story, which appeared as a stub, was pulled within an hour of publication. However, an archived snapshot of the “scoop” still remains.

“Authorities say rise of fruit aliens is to blame for glut of outer space watermelons,” read the story, according to a cached copy from Google News. “The FBI declined to comment on reports of watermelons raining down, but confirmed that kiwis have been intercepted.”

“This story is terribly boring,” it read.

The article has been replaced with a message noting that the story had been “published in error.”

The fact that the publication was likely the result of either a prank or human error is clear based on the byline, which attributes the story to a “Joe Schmoe.”

According to Futurism, the newspaper hasn’t yet addressed the strange incident. However, the website speculates that it may well have been an erroneous publication of a some test of the company’s backend content management system.

It goes without saying that while NASA missions and a Chinese rover are scouring Mars for native life, no large melons or kiwis have been discovered on the Red Planet.

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