UFO Buster Radio News – 397: Meddon Woods UFO Crash, The Amupac Alien Base, and NASA Admitted Intelligent Life Is Out There
How Many Aliens Are in the Milky Way? Astronomers Turn to Statistics for Answers
In the 12th episode of Cosmos, which aired on December 14, 1980, the program’s co-creator and host Carl Sagan introduced television viewers to astronomer Frank Drake’s eponymous equation. Using it, he calculated the potential number of advanced civilizations in the Milky Way that could contact us using the extraterrestrial equivalent of our modern radio-communications technology.
Sagan’s estimate ranged from “a pitiful few” to millions. “If civilizations do not always destroy themselves shortly after discovering radio astronomy, then the sky may be softly humming with messages from the stars,” Sagan intoned in his inimitable way.
Man says he’s discovered UFO “crash site” in Meddon Woods, Bideford
A man has discovered what he believes to be a UFO “crash site” – deep in a wood in Devon writes John Bett. Ben Landricombe was on a walk in the countryside when he found a huge area that had been flattened.
He said it looks like the foliage and trees has been squashed by something falling at speed from the sky. He said that the trees were snapped as if a flying disc had descended and hit them from a height.
Ben Landricombe was on a walk in the countryside when he found a huge area that had been flattened. He said it looks like the foliage and trees has been squashed by something falling at speed from the sky.
He said that the trees were snapped as if a flying disc had descended and hit them from a height. Ben, from Plymouth, Devon, can’t see any logical explanation for why the trees would have fallen in this way – and that it could be a UFO crash site.
Ben found the landing zone in Meddon Woods, in Bideford, Devon, on Monday, July 13, and recorded a video of the site.
In the video, he says: “Something has definitely crashed here – look at this. Boom – weird. Massive gap in the woods, all the trees.”
Space oddity: Mexican group claims alien base offers hurricane protection
Gulf coast cities have little to fear from extreme weather thanks, apparently, to extraterrestrials lurking underwater
As communities on Mexico’s Gulf coast brace themselves for what is predicted to be a grueling hurricane season, a group of stargazers in the north-eastern state of Tamaulipas are confident that a unique form of disaster preparation will keep their city safe.
Members of the Association of Scientific UFO Research of Tamaulipas, or Aicot, believe that an inter-dimensional underwater base of extraterrestrial origin has protected the coastal cities of Ciudad Madero and Tampico from hurricanes for more than 50 years.
Aicot’s president, Juan Carlos Ramón López Díaz, claims to have visited the base – known as Amupac – via astral projection, which he says he induced through meditation and a pescatarian diet.
“It’s also recommendable to ascend ancestral constructions, like temples and pyramids, that have stairs at a 45-degree angle,” he says. (Hills sloping at such a gradient will also do, if one doesn’t live near pre-Columbian ruins.)
Ciudad Madero suffered four direct landfalls in the 20th century, including Hurricane Inez in 1966 which killed 74 people in Mexico alone.
López and his allies believe that the base was established some time after that.
Explanations of exactly how and why the alien visitors are protecting Ciudad Madero vary, even among fellow investigators. López believes it’s not Amupac itself, but the esoteric power of Aicot members’ belief in the base. “The collective mind is charged with this concept, so it generates a large force field of repulsion,” he said.
Jaime Maussan, Mexico’s leading chronicler of UFO sightings and other supernatural events allowed that southern Tamaulipas was a hotbed of extramundane activity, but said he and his team of researchers were previously unaware of Amupac. He did, however, remark that the theory was “curious”.
Dr Rosario Romero, a climate scientist at the National Autonomous University of Mexico, agreed that Ciudad Madero’s streak of hurricane-free weather was interesting – but not that it was inexplicable.
NASA: How space agency was forced to admit ‘there is a possibility’ aliens are out there
NASA was forced to admit intelligent life could exist beyond Earth after being confronted by conspiracy theorists demanding answers.
Many conspiracy theorists are, however, certain alien life exists all throughout the Universe.
Some conspiracists will go as far as to claim NASA and the world’s governments already know the answer to the question of are we alone in the universe.
In 2007, NASA was confronted by a person accusing NASA of ignoring the possibility intelligent life is not unique to Earth.
The person posted a question to NASA’s Lunar Science Institute (NLSI), now the Solar System Exploration Research Virtual Institute (SSERVI).
The person wrote: “Why is it that the government and NASA both continue to ignore the almost certainty of intelligent life throughout all of space?
“For man to believe that he is the only intelligent life is naive and ignorant.
“Even if all reports of ufos and extra-terrestrial contact are false, it still does not make logical sense to believe that man is alone.
“After reading this short argument, which you have almost undoubtedly read or even pondered yourself, is there not the distinct possibility and probability of life?”
David Morrison who at the time served as the interim director of NASA’s institute said: “I don’t know who you are complaining about in the government and NASA.
“I have never heard the sort of denial you refer to.
“Of course there is a possibility and indeed a probability of life, including intelligent life.
“So far we see no evidence of it, but that doesn’t keep people from looking.
“Perhaps what is confusing you is the concept of “belief” in intelligent life.
“Science is not a matter of belief, but of evidence.
“In everyday life all people hold ‘beliefs’, but this is not a good word to apply to our scientific understanding of nature.”
Another person also asked the space agency: “Do you believe that aliens exist?”
Brad Bailey, an NLSI staff scientist, said: “I suppose I’m curious as to your definition of ‘aliens’ and whether you include all life (as we know it) or just ‘intelligent’ life.
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