Monday, January 31, 2011

An Astronomer's Field of Dreams

An Astronomer's Field of Dreams
Long Wavelength Array 
Multiple antennas of the LWA-1 station of the Long Wavelength Array in central New Mexico, photographed at sunset. Image credit: LWA Project (at UNM)
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Aerial View of the Antennas of the Long Wavelength Array station in New Mexico 

All 256 antennas of station LWA-1 of the Long Wavelength Array in Central New Mexico taken on April 1, 2010. Image credit: LWA Project (at UNM) 

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An innovative new radio telescope array under construction in central New Mexico will eventually harness the power of more than 13,000 antennas and provide a fresh eye to the sky. The antennas, which resemble droopy ceiling fans, form the Long Wavelength Array, designed to survey the sky from horizon to horizon over a wide range of frequencies.
The University of New Mexico leads the project, and NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, Calif., provides the advanced digital electronic systems, which represent a major component of the observatory.
The first station in the Long Wavelength Array, with 256 antennas, is scheduled to start surveying the sky by this summer. When complete, the Long Wavelength Array will consist of 53 stations, with a total of 13,000 antennas strategically placed in an area nearly 400 kilometers (248 miles) in diameter. The antennas will provide sensitive, high-resolution images of a region of the sky hundreds of times larger than the full moon. These images could reveal radio waves coming from planets outside our solar system, and thus would turn out to be a new way to detect these worlds. In addition to planets, the telescope will pick up a host of other cosmic phenomena.
"We'll be looking for the occasional celestial flash," said Joseph Lazio, a radio astronomer at JPL. "These flashes can be anything from explosions on surfaces of nearby stars, deaths of distant stars, exploding black holes, or even perhaps transmissions by other civilizations." JPL scientists are working with multi-institutional teams to explore this new area of astronomy. Lazio is lead author of an article reporting scientific results from the Long Wavelength Demonstrator Array, a precursor to the new array, in the December 2010 issue of Astronomical Journal.
The new Long Wavelength Array will operate in the radio-frequency range of 20 to 80 megahertz, corresponding to wavelengths of 15 meters to 3.8 meters (49.2 feet to 12.5 feet). These frequencies represent one of the last and most poorly explored regions of the electromagnetic spectrum.
In recent years, a few factors have triggered revived interest in radio astronomy at these frequencies. The cost and technology required to build these low-frequency antennas has improved significantly. Also, advances in computing have made the demands of image processing more attainable. The combination of cost-effective hardware and technology gives scientists the ability to return to these wavelengths and obtain a much better view of the universe. The predecessor Long Wavelength Demonstrator Array was also in New Mexico. It was successful in identifying radio flashes, but all of them came from non-astronomy targets -- either the sun, or meteors reflecting TV signals high in Earth's atmosphere. Nonetheless, its findings indicate how future searches using the Long Wavelength Array technology might lead to new discoveries.
Radio astronomy was born at frequencies below 100 megahertz and developed from there. The discoveries and innovations at this frequency range helped pave the way for modern astronomy. Perhaps one of the most important contributions made in radio astronomy was by a young graduate student at New Hall (since renamed Murray Edwards College) of the University of Cambridge, U.K. Jocelyn Bell discovered the first hints of radio pulsars in 1967, a finding that was later awarded a Nobel Prize. Pulsars are neutron stars that beam radio waves in a manner similar to a lighthouse beacon.
Long before Bell's discovery, astronomers believed that neutron stars, remnants of certain types of supernova explosions, might exist. At the time, however, the prediction was that these cosmic objects would be far too faint to be detected. When Bell went looking for something else, she stumbled upon neutron stars that were in fact pulsing with radio waves -- the pulsars. Today about 2,000 pulsars are known, but within the past decade, a number of discoveries have hinted that the radio sky might be far more dynamic than suggested by just pulsars.
"Because nature is more clever than we are, it's quite possible that we will discover something we haven't thought of," said Lazio.
More information on the Long Wavelength Array is online at: .
The Long Wavelength Array project is led by the University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, N.M., and includes the Los Alamos National Laboratory, N.M., the United States Naval Research Laboratories, Washington, and NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, Calif. The California Institute of Technology manages JPL for NASA.
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NASA's Hubble Finds Most Distant Galaxy Candidate Ever Seen in Universe

NASA's Hubble Finds Most Distant Galaxy Candidate Ever Seen in Universe
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Astronomers have pushed NASA's Hubble Space Telescope to its limits by finding what is likely to be the most distant object ever seen in the universe. The object's light traveled 13.2 billion years to reach Hubble, roughly 150 million years longer than the previous record holder. The age of the universe is approximately 13.7 billion years.

The tiny, dim object is a compact galaxy of blue stars that existed 480 million years after the big bang. More than 100 such mini-galaxies would be needed to make up our Milky Way. The new research offers surprising evidence that the rate of star birth in the early universe grew dramatically, increasing by about a factor of 10 from 480 million years to 650 million years after the big bang.

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Surrounding Object  UDFj-39546284 The farthest and one of the very earliest galaxies ever seen in the universe appears as a faint red blob in this ultra-deep–field exposure taken with NASA's Hubble Space Telescope. This is the deepest infrared image taken of the universe. Based on the object's color, astronomers believe it is 13.2 billion light-years away. (Credit: NASA, ESA, G. Illingworth (University of California, Santa Cruz), R. Bouwens (University of California, Santa Cruz, and Leiden University), and the HUDF09 Team)
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"NASA continues to reach for new heights, and this latest Hubble discovery will deepen our understanding of the universe and benefit generations to come,” said NASA Administrator Charles Bolden, who was the pilot of the space shuttle mission that carried Hubble to orbit. “We could only dream when we launched Hubble more than 20 years ago that it would have the ability to make these types of groundbreaking discoveries and rewrite textbooks.”

Astronomers don't know exactly when the first stars appeared in the universe, but every step farther from Earth takes them deeper into the early formative years when stars and galaxies began to emerge in the aftermath of the big bang.

"These observations provide us with our best insights yet into the earlier primeval objects that have yet to be found," said Rychard Bouwens of the University of Leiden in the Netherlands. Bouwens and Illingworth report the discovery in the Jan. 27 issue of the British science journal Nature.

This observation was made with the Wide Field Camera 3 starting just a few months after it was installed in the observatory in May 2009, during the last NASA space shuttle servicing mission to Hubble. After more than a year of detailed observations and analysis, the object was positively identified in the camera's Hubble Ultra Deep Field-Infrared data taken in the late summers of 2009 and 2010.

The object appears as a faint dot of starlight in the Hubble exposures. It is too young and too small to have the familiar spiral shape that is characteristic of galaxies in the local universe. Although its individual stars can't be resolved by Hubble, the evidence suggests this is a compact galaxy of hot stars formed more than 100-to-200 million years earlier from gas trapped in a pocket of dark matter.

This video is a zoom into the Hubble Space Telescope infrared Ultra Deep Field, first taken in 2009. It is a very small patch of sky in the southern constellation Fornax. The zoom centers on the farthest identified object in the field. The object, possibly a galaxy, looks red because its light has been stretched by the expansion of the universe. Credit: NASA/ESA/G. Bacon, STScI

"We're peering into an era where big changes are afoot," said Garth Illingworth of the University of California at Santa Cruz. "The rapid rate at which the star birth is changing tells us if we go a little further back in time we're going to see even more dramatic changes, closer to when the first galaxies were just starting to form."

The proto-galaxy is only visible at the farthest infrared wavelengths observable by Hubble. Observations of earlier times, when the first stars and galaxies were forming, will require Hubble’s successor, the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST).

The hypothesized hierarchical growth of galaxies -- from stellar clumps to majestic spirals and ellipticals -- didn't become evident until the Hubble deep field exposures. The first 500 million years of the universe's existence, from a z of 1000 to 10, is the missing chapter in the hierarchical growth of galaxies. It's not clear how the universe assembled structure out of a darkening, cooling fireball of the big bang. As with a developing embryo, astronomers know there must have been an early period of rapid changes that would set the initial conditions to make the universe of galaxies what it is today.

"After 20 years of opening our eyes to the universe around us, Hubble continues to awe and surprise astronomers," said Jon Morse, NASA's Astrophysics Division director at the agency's headquarters in Washington. "It now offers a tantalizing look at the very edge of the known universe -- a frontier NASA strives to explore."

Hubble is a project of international cooperation between NASA and the European Space Agency. NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Md., manages the telescope. The Space Telescope Science Institute (STScI) conducts Hubble science operations. STScI is operated for NASA by the Association of Universities for Research in Astronomy, Inc., in Washington.

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  • Eric Smith (NASA)
  • Garth Illingworth (Univ. of California, Santa Cruz)
  • Rychard Bouwens (Leiden Univ.; Univ. of California, Santa Cruz)
  • Rachel Somerville (Space Telescope Science Inst.)

Hubble Ultra Deep Field
Hubble Ultra Deep Field, WFC3/IR
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Closeup of HUDF WFC3/IR image surrounding Object UDFj-39546284, with separate detail images.
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Probing the universe with Hubble
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Constellation view of HUDF location; zoom-in to UDFj-39546284
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Paranormal Report

Ok this is one of my favorite shows to watch online. and i have decided that i am going to post the shows one here every week :) here is there lastest

Dead Birds - Your Government At Work - Paranormal Report 51


The Ten Biggest American Cities That Are Running Out Of Water

By Charles B. Stockdale, Michael B. Sauter, Douglas A. McIntyre

The Ten Biggest American Cities That Are Running Out Of Water


                                                                          Photo by Raquel's Photography

Some parts of the United States have begun to run low on water. That is probably not much of a surprise to people who live in the arid parts of America that have had water shortages for decades or even centuries. No one who has been to the Badlands in South Dakota would expect to be able to grow crops there.
The water problem is worse than most people realize, particularly in several large cities which are occasionally low on water now and almost certainly face shortfalls in a few years. This is particularly true if the change in global weather patterns substantially alters rainfall amounts in some areas of the US.

24/7 Wall St. looked at an October 2010 report on water risk by environmental research and sustainability group Ceres. We also considered a comprehensive July 2010 report from the Natural Resources Defense Council, which mapped areas at high risk of water shortage conflict. 24/7 Wall St. also did its own analysis of water supply and consumption in America's largest cities, and focused on the thirty largest metropolitan areas. One goal was to identify potential conflicts in regions that might have disputed rights over large supplies of water and the battles that could arise from these disputes. And, 24/7 Wall St. examined geographic areas that have already been plagued by drought and water shortages off and on.
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The analysis allowed us to choose ten cities that are likely to face severe shortages in the relatively near-term future. Some of these are likely to be obvious to the reader. The area around Los Angeles was once too dry to sustain the population of a huge city. But infrastructure was built that allowed water to be pumped in from east of the region. Las Vegas had similar problems. It was part of a great desert until Lake Mead was created by the Hoover Dam built on the Colorado River.

Severe droughts that could affect large cities are first a human problem. The competition for water could make life in some of America's largest cities nearly unbearable for residents. A number of industries rely on regular access to water. Some people would be out of work if these industries had poor prospects for continued operation. The other important trouble that very low water supplies creates is that cities have sold bonds based on their needs for infrastructure to move, clean and supply water. Credit ratings agencies may not have taken drought issues into account at the level that they should. Extreme disruptions of the water supply of any city would have severe financial consequences.

The Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) report takes the following into account when assessing the likelihood of water shortages: "The risk to water sustainability is based on the following criteria: (1) projected water demand as a share of available precipitation; (2) groundwater use as a share of projected available precipitation; (3) susceptibility to drought; (4) projected increase in freshwater withdrawals; and (5) projected increase in summer water deficit."

The ten cities on this list are the ones with the most acute exposure to problems that could cause large imbalances of water supply and demand. There are a number of metropolitan areas that could face similar problems but their risks are not quite as high. The water problem for U.S. cities is, although it may not be evident, one of the largest issues that faces urban areas over the next ten years.

These are the ten largest cities by population that have the greatest chance of running out of water.

10. Orlando, Fla.
Major Water Supply: Floridan Aquifer
Population (U.S. rank): 235,860 (80th)
Population Growth Rate: 26.8% since 2000
Average annual rainfall: 48.35 in.
North-central Florida, especially Orange County where Orlando is located, has experienced frequent droughts in the last decade. As a consequence, the area has implemented extreme conservation measures, including aggressive water-rationing policies and lawn-watering bans. After the drought and resulting wildfires subsided, however, Orlando faced another problem. As of 2013, Orlando will no longer be able to increase the rate at which it uses water from the Floridan aquifer, the city's main source of fresh water supply. This presents a major problem for city officials: how does the limited water supply continue to meet demand for one of the fastest-growing regions in the state? It is estimated that water usage in the Orlando area will increase from 526 million gallons per day in 1995 to 866 million in 2020. On the city website, the mayor is quoted, saying: "Orlando Utilities Commission water usage trends show Orlando water demand exceeding the supply by approximately 2014 if no action is taken." There are plans in the works to tap the St. John's River for irrigation, and eventually drinking water. Many, however, are skeptical that even this will be enough to meet Orlando's growing demand.

9. Atlanta
Major Water Supply: Lake Lanier, Ga.
Population (U.S. rank): 540,922 (33rd)
Population Growth Rate: 29.9% since 2000
Average annual rainfall: 50.2 in.
Between 2007 and 2008, the Southeast experienced a major drought, which depleted the region's major water supplies. No city in the south suffered more than Atlanta, the second-fastest-growing metropolitan area in the last eight years. The crisis began when the Army Corps of Engineers released more than 20 billion gallons of water from Lake Lanier, the city's primary source of water. Continued poor rainfall brought the lake to its lowest recorded levels. At one point, city officials reported there was only three months left of stored fresh water to supply Atlanta. The drought eventually subsided and consistent rain returned the lake to less dangerous levels. However, Atlanta may continue to be at risk, as the lake is the site of an ongoing legal conflict between Georgia, Alabama and Florida, all of which rely on the reservoir for fresh water. Last year, a federal judge declared Atlanta's withdrawals from the lake illegal, and if the ruling stands, the city will lose roughly 40% of its water supply by 2012.

8. Tucson, Ariz.
Major Water Supply: Local ground water
Population (U.S. rank): 543,000 (32nd)
Population Growth Rate: 20% since 2000
Average Annual Rainfall: 12.17 in.
The NRDC study rates Pima County, Ariz., where Tuscon is located, as an area with extreme risk of water shortage. The city is in the Sonoran Desert, an extremely arid region that receives less than 12 inches of rainfall each year. Currently, the Tucson region uses about 350,000 acre-feet of water per year. At this rate, Tucson's groundwater supply, which now provides the majority of the city's water, has a very limited life span. In addition to this, the city is currently bringing in 314,000 acre-feet per year from the Colorado River under the Central Arizona Project. However, Tuscon is growing rapidly. This, combined with the political uncertainty of the Central Arizona Project allocation, places Tucson at extreme risk for future water shortages.

7. Las Vegas
Major Water Supply: Lake Mead/Colorado River
Population (U.S. rank): 567,000 (28th)
Population Growth Rate: 18.6% since 2000
Average Annual Rainfall: 4.5 in.
In the middle of the Mojave Desert, with an annual precipitation rate of only 10 cm, Las Vegas must rely on distant sources for its fresh water. The city's main source is Lake Mead, which supplies 85% of the water used in the Las Vegas Valley. Unfortunately, the lake is 59% empty and is approaching its first water shortage ever. In addition to Las Vegas, it would affect other areas of Nevada and Arizona. Moreover, it could potentially stop the Hoover Dam from producing electricity -- as soon as 2013. This would affect many big California cities that receive hydroelectric power through the dam.

6. Fort Worth, Texas
Major Water Supply: Multiple
Population (U.S. rank): 727,577 (17th)
Population Growth Rate: 36.1% since 2000
Average annual rainfall: 34.01 inches
As Fort Worth continues to grow (its population is expected to hit 4.3 million by 2060), the amount of water demand has continued to exceed the amount of water available through local supply. As a result, the city, which is in Tarrant County, must rely on storage water, making the system much more exposed to the worst effects of prolonged drought. To remedy this problem, the Tarrant Regional Water District is trying to bring in more water from Oklahoma's Red River. Oklahoma, wishing to preserve its water sources, limits interstate water sales. Fort Worth has countered with a lawsuit, which is pending in the U.S. Court of Appeals.

5. San Francisco Bay Area
Major Water Supply: Various, including Lake Hetch Hetchy
Population (U.S. rank): San Francisco: 815,359 (12th), Oakland: 409,189 (44th), San Jose: 964,695 (10th)
Population Growth Rate: 20% since 2000
Average annual rainfall: 20.4 in.
Much like the Southeast in the early 2000's, California has experienced intermittent droughts that have brought the area's water supply to the brink of disaster. After several years of drought between 2005 and 2007, the Bay Area, which represents more than 3.7 million people, was forced to adopt aggressive water usage restrictions. Legal battles ensued between San Fransisco area legislators and those in the Sacramento delta who believed they deserved Bay Area water from major sources, like Lake Hetch Hetchy. According to the NRDC and Ceres studies, the San Fransisco Bay Area, including adjacent cities San Jose and Oakland, are "very likely" to experience a severe crisis as a result of water shortage within the next 50 years.

4. San Antonio, Texas
Major Water Supply: Various ground water sources
Population (U.S. rank): 1,373,668 (7th)
Population Growth Rate: 20% since 2000
Average annual rainfall: 30.24 in.
Bexar County, Texas, where San Antonio is located, possesses the highest rating given by the Natural Resources Defense Council with regards to water sustainability. This means that the area is at extremely high risk for water demand exceeding supply by 2050 if no major systematic changes are made. As most surface water from lakes and rivers in Texas have already been claimed by varying districts across Texas, most counties are now looking at groundwater to meet future demand. San Antonio has attempted to secure water from a number of Texas groundwater conservation districts. Due to legal obstacles, this has proven to be difficult. Today, many experts, including members of the Texas Water Development Board, recommend undertaking a major project to ensure future sustainability, such as a desalination plant on the Gulf Coast.

3. Phoenix
Major Water Supply: Colorado River Basin
Population (U.S. rank): 1,593,659 (5th)
Population Growth Rate: 21.2% since 2000
Average annual rainfall: 8.3 in.
Like many of the other western cities on this list, Phoenix is extremely dependent on water imported from the Colorado River. This is because nearly half of the water the city's residents use comes from this significant source. As the Colorado River Basin enters the eleventh year of its drought, the city's reliance on the river may soon become a serious problem. If the drought continues, water deliveries to Arizona could potentially be cut back. To keep up a sufficient water supply, Phoenix is adopting an aggressive campaign to recycle water, replenish groundwater and try to dissuade over-consumption. Time will tell if it these measures will be

2. Houston
Major Water Supply: Jasper Aquifer, Lake Houston, Lake Conroe
Population (U.S. rank): 2,257,926 (4th)
Population Growth Rate: 15.6% since 2000
Average annual rainfall: 53.34 inches
Throughout most of its history, the city of Houston primarily drew water from the Jasper Aquifer, located along the southeastern coast of Texas. Over the last 30 years, the city began to suffer from dramatic rises in sea level of nearly an inch a year. Geologists eventually realized that the cause was Houston's withdrawal of fresh water from the aquifer located under the city. This discovery forced city officials to use nearby Lake Houston and Lake Conroe for municipal water instead of the aquifer. Since 2000, Houston has been the fifth fastest-growing city in the country, and its presence in an area with high drought likelihood makes it an immediate risk for serious water shortages.

1. Los Angeles
Major Water Supply: Colorado River Basin
Population (U.S. rank): 3,831,868 (2nd)
Population Growth Rate: 3.7% since 2000
Average annual rainfall: 14.77 in.
In the 1980's, Los Angeles suffered a major crisis when the city was forced to stop using 40% of its drinking water due to industrial runoff contamination. Like Las Vegas, the city now relies on importing water from the Colorado River via hundreds of miles of aqueducts. The Colorado may only be a temporary solution, however, as the city continues to increase its demand at an unsustainable rate. In its utility risk rating, Ceres gave the Los Angeles Department of Water & Power the highest likelihood of risk among the cities it assessed. That list included Atlanta and the Forth Worth area. On top of this, the Hoover Dam, which is the main source of electricity for L.A. and much of the greater Southwest, is also producing at a lower rate than it has historically. Some scientists suspect this drop-off will continue to a point where its electricity production is too small to sustain the dam economically. Los Angeles, even if the dam doesn't cease production in 2013, as some predict, still faces serious water shortages.

Friday, January 28, 2011

Alien Dark Side-After Cattle mutilation now its Human mutilation

Warning: This article contains graphic images of a human mutilation !!
Year -1994 :Place-Guarapiranga reservoir :Location -Southern area of the city of São Paulo Country - Brazil.

The human was subject to a brutal mutilation. Yet the reality is that what happened to him is far more disturbing than brutality. This was systematic mutilation.
Whoever they were they had a level of stunning precision.They were specific about what body parts and internal organs they wanted.They removed the left eye, the left ear, the lips, the tongue, and the jaw bone.In the upper torso, two "drainage holes" were perfectly cut into the chest.
And the entire rectum track had been cored out leaving a large gaping hole, similar to how an apple core remover will slice out the center leaving the outside fully intact.
Further perplexing is the fact that there was no blood. It is clear that this systematic mutilation was executed with speed, precision, and powered by an advanced intelligence.And that is what makes this case so disturbing.
::After 4 years ::
Year -1998 :Location -City of São Paulo :Country - Brazil.
Brazilian researcher Zapata Carcia and Dr. Rubens Goes revealed to the public the first time the information about the case.When series of photographs leaked to them from an insider within the Brazilian police. Upon inquiring with the police about the case, surprisingly the head of primary investigation offered his files on the case.
The autopsy report report was rather simple in that, there were no signs of struggle. No typical violence occurred here. No ropes or weapons were involved.The autopsy report would reveal more about what happened than what the police could produce. The autopsy report states: "We observed the removal of the right and left orbital areas, emptying of the mouth cavity, pharynx, oropharynx, neck, right and left armpit area, abdomen, pelvic cavity, right and left groin area."
In addition to the shocking photographs, the fact that the official autopsy report blatantly states that the victim was subject to incisions & use of "sucking devices" elevates the case to the levels beyond most disturbing monstrosity to ever occur to a human being.I am posting the external link of the pictures because the photographs are highly graphic so please view if you could handle it. Skywatcher blog not responsible for any kind of stress cause by pictures

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The Perpetrators of this Crime
Given the brutal, completely immoral nature of this suspected extraterrestrial mutilation and the autopsy conclusion that implies heart-attack due to extreme pain means that, unfortunately, this victim was almost certainly was alive while the systematic mutilation took place.And consider the psychological profile at work here. It is clear that the beings who did this have no regard for morals or human life. They were precise. This was systematic. This was efficient. Why then, would they kill their subject before extracting bodily material? The intelligence behind this did not care about the pain this victim would suffer. This was an agonizing death to be sure.
Could Humans Do this?
Q.1. Could agencies within the government abduct us? Given what we know about the intelligence apparatus over the US Government : yes. The better question is, do these agencies have the technology to do so, and do they have the technology to extract body matter in such a systematic & effective way?Q.2.What the hell do they need living internal organs for? Another confusing question is why wouldn't they properly dispose the evidence. What possible reason would they have for engaging into a complex mutilation extraction process and then put the savaged carcus back in public view?
Q.3.Alien robots? As far fetched as that might be, it is conceivable that there could be organized races of robotic intelligences who have interstellar capability. It's at least a consideration, given the fact that whoever committed this systematic extraction has not even a remote extent of human feeling
Now,what could be THE DARK SIDE alien agenda in Human Mutilation ?
Given the amount of UFO & extraterrestrial activity evidenced in the thousands of videos & photographs in public archives, including UFOs on NASA's own footage, it is likely that there multiple extraterrestrial races existing in our solar system.
One former geologist & engineer, Phil Schneider,who died in the 1990's due to a suspicious death, former geologist & engineer, claimed that the US Military & the international Militaries of the world have been in quote, "constant conflict with the outer space alien" both underground and above the surface. These aliens he said, included the Small Greys, the Large Greys, and the Reptillians.

Could there be a genuine extraterrestrial threat? And if so, is it rogue groups who are violating interstellar agreements by infiltrating our planet with occasional abductions - or is it an entire race of aliens that could potentially exterminate the entire human population?
While I admit this conclusion is digressing into the realm of conspiracy, it seems certain anyway that this case is yet another example of an incident that is by all logic: performed by extraterrestrials. The publicly available data surrounding this case combined with an understanding of the mountains of evidence to suggest that there are indeed extraterrestrial visitors already engaging the planet (which includes several hundred corporate, government, and military witnesses who have offered to testify to congress as part of the Disclosure Project) then it is not a stretch to make this conclusion.
Cost to Cost Human Mutilation Radio Broadcast
More recently On Cost To Cost Authors Whitley Strieber and Craig Spector discuss their New noval "The Nye Incidents" which concerns mysterious cases of human mutilation, which may be connected to alien abductions. The incidents in the book were inspired by a number of real life events. "In one case 2002 in Pennsylvania that Linda Moulton Howe investigated involved a man whose unusually decomposed body was found in a separate location from his abandoned car, and was associated with a witness seeing a body floated up in a beam of light. Other cases involved homeless men dropped on rooftops in Northern New Jersey, said Strieber.
Cost to Cost radio broadcast

In another case in North Dakota sixty miles straight east of Bismark, North Dakota, is a small farm community called Tappen. Since late 2005, the Myra and Torrey Briese family have had a cow die that coyotes would not touch; their 16-year-old son, Evan, encountered a triangle-shaped craft emitting blue lights at a water pond; and Torrey Briese and the family saw other blue lights making grid patterns in the sky above their farm. Then around 1:20 a.m. on September 11, 2006, Evan encountered non-human creatures with claw-blade hands in the pig corral dragging off a sow. He shot an entity that was about 7-feet-tall. Then something grabbed him from behind and he went unconscious. When he woke up, his Adidas T-shirt had five slashes in it and the sow and non-humans were gone.
Animal mutilation
The mysterious murder of livestock has plagued farmlands worldwide for generations. Commonly known as cattle mutilations, these bizarre deaths happen to horses, goats, sheep, rabbits, and others, though the most frequent victims are cattle. Most often, udders, ears, tongues, and eyes are somehow surgically removed from the animal without spilling a drop of blood! We explore the prevailing belief that extraterrestrial beings bear responsibility for these grotesque, bloodless slaughters. Alien presence provides an explanation for the manner of killings and the ability to perform the delicate operation so consistently and so precisely.

UFO Hunters Gayland Jones Ranch case in Missouri

After all the approach in investigating the cow segment in this episode, it's really hard to dismiss the phenomena as just another hoax or as a modern haunting tale but its genuine.

For these are real occurring events perpetrated in 40 years with the same mutilation and precision to task obvious indication to a purpose not random for reasons unknown.

These investigations have the full support by these ranchers as incidents have definitely occurred, and that the ranchers are not lying or hoaxing and that no one has been able yet to solve these cases and get to the bottom of the truth.

Why would and especially how could ranchers do this (they rely on their cows for their income).

It's been stated in this episode that: "if the government wanted to mutilate cows for any reason, they could do it on their own land, with their own animals, and keep it totally hidden. They don't have to openly single out a particular rancher for repeated activity like this. It doesn't make sense........If it were even remotely possible the government was responsible, how could they repeatedly accomplish this with no one hearing them or catching them over this long period of time? This is a true mystery, and a scary one at that."

Common Facts to the phenomena:

- the number of states with different distances of different places where mutilated cows at an alarming rate are still accumulating.

- the mutilations are of an extreme in nature as very unnatural for random attacks, even being abnormal for a predators to behave and do

- every genuine cases has identical operations throughout the whole 'cattle mutilation events' and not wavering throughout the 40 years of the phenomena.

- there is a surgical precision involve that are more advance than what we have at present that we know of. For example: the cuts are smooth; not ripped or torn when done with knifes; they are too perfect and already starting to heal shortly after the event so the cuts are made by some other method than conventional

- the same body parts are being taken each time as for every cases through out its history regardless to all scattered uncommon distant places.

- the area of the event and the carcass, when initially found, does not seem to have any evidence of man-made or animals presence which would normally be left in doing the task of mutilating an animal. (i.e. no blood, membranes, tracks or marks around or near the carcass)

- in some cases, cows have been somehow physically moved to another location, and no one has yet to detect any of this being done.

- all the cows' mutilations that have done forensic and autopsy have no traces or left chemical or physical subduing and all are consistently done in silent since no one has yet to detect any of this being done.

- a definite high technology are used to accomplish all the left evidence or the lack of it

- this phenomena goes on up to these days still undetected, for about 40 years or so.

These are facts that came out of all the investigations not a plight of fantasy of UFO/ET involvement since there is no solid evidence of them.

Yet again UFO hunters have done a decent approach to this phenomena.


Two extraterrestrials were caught on tape in Istanbul.

This extraordinary incident took place in a compound in Kumburgaz/Istanbul was witnessed by nearly a dozen of residents and filmed by a night guard in several different times. The images captured are expected to have a tremendous impact throughout the world and be listed as the most important UFO/extraterrestrial images ever filmed.

As is well known, UFO’s and proof of extraterrestrial life have been frequently witnessed by both government officials and civilians in our country as well as throughout the world. In several cases, these observations were captured on tape by amateur cameras.

In July-August 2007, a number of nation-wide UFO sightings were reported while some of them were filmed and aired. Within the same period, the objects witnessed by the residents of Kumburgaz/Yeni Kent Compound, caught on video by a night guard named Yalcin Yalman and the footage were considered as the closest and the most significant images ever filmed in Turkey and around the world.

In these amazing video footage which would likely have major repercussions around the world and be listed as “the most significant UFO video ever”, physical forms of UFO’s and their metallic structures reflecting moonlight are clearly noticeable. What’s more important is that in the close-up pictures of the objects, silhouettes of two entities can be distinctly made out.

Annelise of Kumburgaz UFO video-1
Annelise of Kumburgaz UFO video-2

The incident went on for two months intermittently before the very eyes of the residents of “Yeni Kent Compound”, filmed by a night guard named Yalcin Yalman for 22 minutes. The detailed analysis of a certain portion of these extraordinary videos showed that three different objects were captured at the same time. It is our belief that these outstanding first-ever video images of extraterrestrials will launch a new era in which further images of extraterrestrial beings can be captured on tape.
We came to a point that leading scientific research centers around the world have been setting up research centers on Ufology, furthermore, high-ranking retired military and government officials, astronauts, congressmen, scientists, senior military commanders, colonels, generals, jet fighter and civilian pilots, radar operators, top intelligence officers of CIA and FBI, department of defense officials have been releasing documents they possess regarding UFO’s and openly revealing facts to the public.

Now it’s time for world governments to disclose the “UFO Reality”. Such a disclosure is critically important for all humanity and it would certainly be a turning point for the history of our planet. The disclosure of extraterrestrial life would also launch an unprecedented era, unify humanity by the awareness of being earthlings ensuring peace, harmony and unity consciousness and lead our dear planet to a new age of intercommunication and wisdom.

The recent harsh cycle our planet has been going through marks the period in which ecological, social, energy, health problems worsen day by day. We believe that deteriorating circumstances make it vital for our government officials take a step to reveal the truth about UFO’s.


In Alaska, people, planes and ships disappear--suddenly, inexplicably and permanently.Of course ,in an enormous territory with lots of difficult terrain and shifting weather, this is not entirely surprising. But the number of disappearances that remain totally unexplained is troubling, even taking into account the rugged nature of the state. ALASKA'S BERMUDA TRIANGLE investigates this phenomenon, focusing on one case in particular, the 1972 disappearance of a plane carrying two U.S. congressmen. Despite the largest search and rescue operation ever launched by the U.S. military, not a trace of the plane and its V.I.P. passengers was ever found

The Obama Deception

Here is the original movie they were talking about. Please pass this along to everyone you know and get the word out.  V for Victory!!


Lake Elsinore UFO Sighting Videotaped From Multiple Angles In California,USA

According to eyewitness testimonial "On January 6, 2011 at 7:30 pm. we have sighted UFO sighting from Corona to Temecula, Ca. I was Lucky to have my camera on hand and capture the UFO before it split into three"

Lake Elsinore UFO sighting videotaped from Starbucks :

We got out of the car at Starbucks and everyone was standing in the parking lot staring at 3 lights forming a triangle in the sky. We saw it for about 1 minute before we started this recording. The lights all went out at the same time.

Lake Elsinore UFO sighting videotaped at 7 pm :

Another video :

According to Youtube user perryp2007 " I have contacted all skydiving company in the inland empire and all said they had not jumps scheduled, Elsinore said its plane was up for a short time but landed cause of malfunctions. March AFB said they had no team nor knew of any other military team up in thew area that night.

Another youtuber kellenmallen said : I'm not a space cadet nor do i believe that we had an "alien visit" in good ole' elsinore. But I've watched all of these videos, and in all of them i have noticed that these lights seem to stay stationary.

I've been watching skydivers jump at Elsinore my whole life, and they all slowly float down to the ground. Why in all of these videos do these lights appear to stay in one place? If it was skydivers, i would expect the "lights" to slowly descend. But it doesn't happen.. ?? its wierd..

Interestingly Lake Elsinore UFO sighting look similar to El Paso and Manhattan NYC 2010 UFO sightings.

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NASA To Announce New Planetary Discoveries

Trent J. Perrotto
Headquarters, Washington                                   

Jan. 27, 2011
NASA To Announce New Planetary Discoveries
WASHINGTON -- NASA will host a news briefing at 1 p.m. EST, Wednesday, Feb. 2, to announce the Kepler mission's latest findings about planets outside our solar system. The briefing will be held in the NASA Headquarters auditorium at 300 E St S.W. in Washington and carried live on NASA Television and the agency's website at

Kepler is the first NASA mission capable of finding Earth-size planets in or near the "habitable zone," the region in a planetary system where liquid water can exist on the surface of the orbiting planet. Although additional observations will be needed over time to achieve that milestone, Kepler is detecting planets and planet candidates with a wide range of sizes and orbital distances to help us better understand our place in the galaxy.

The news conference will follow the scheduled release of Kepler mission science data on Feb. 1. The data release will update the number of planet candidates and is based on observations conducted between May 2 and Sept. 17, 2009.

Participants are:
-- Douglas Hudgins, Kepler program scientist, NASA Headquarters, Washington
-- William Borucki, Kepler Science principal investigator, NASA's Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, Calif.
-- Jack Lissauer, Kepler co-investigator and planetary scientist, Ames
-- Debra Fischer, professor of Astronomy, Yale University, New Haven, Conn.

Reporters also may ask questions from participating NASA field centers or by phone. To obtain dial-in information, journalists must send their name, affiliation and telephone number to Steve Cole by e-mail at by noon EST on Feb. 1.

For more information about the Kepler mission and to view the Feb. 1 data release, visit:

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Last 15 Years UFO Sightings In US Get Mapped

This was a very interesting find :) Click on the click below and see this in full detail. i sit and watched it around my area and within about 100 mile radius there was around 70 ufo reports and the closest one was about 30 to 45 minutes away. pretty scary stuff. So if your interested in seeing your area click on this link
I read this blog everyday it seems, even if you dont believe is is very interesting. i hope this opens yours eyes and you can be more open to the possibilities that are out there :)


*UPDATE: This has been proved that this is a fictional character.... This is just a show

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