Sunday, December 28, 2014

UFO SIGHTINGS: The Latest UFO Sightings Across The Globe - December 28, 2014!

Stunning cigar-shaped UFO seen over Hawaii.

December 28, 2014 - EARTH
- The following videos constitutes several of the latest sightings of unidentified flying objects across the globe.

WATCH: Cigar-Shaped UFO flying In the Aurora Borealis - December 25, 2014.


WATCH: Amazing daytime UFO sighting photographed over Switzerland  - December 23, 2014.

Several people reportedly witness a UFO above Capua Town in Caserta, Italy - December 15, 2014.

Dozens of witnesses have seen a UFO above the Capua town, and a group of friends snapped a photo of it, according to Italian news sites.

Located approximately 20 miles north of Naples, Capua is a town of almost 19,000 people. On Monday night, December 15, witnesses claimed they saw a bright cylindrical object over the town of Capua. Some went on saying that the light could be observed all over the town. Other said that the brightness of the light could be seen anywhere in the country.

While in Tifata Hills, in the community of Sant’Angelo in Formis, a group of friends had taken a picture of the object. The picture shows a bright, yellow, cylindrical object, the same description given by witnesses across the town. While caution has been given by the news websites saying that all UFO cases need to examine carefully before making any assumptions, they also report that witnesses are very much convinced they saw out of the ordinary activity in the sky that night.

An Italian news website claimed that UFO sighting in Capua area is not new, though no reference has been given to the other sightings. It also asserted that 2014 was a year of UFO sightings in Italy and more in the entire world.

Aside from the picture, no other details have been provided regarding the sighting or the movement of the object. For now, the best thing to examine about the sighting is the picture.

WATCH: Cigar-shaped UFO sighting over Mauna Kea, Hawaii - December, 2014.

WATCH: Compilation of UFO sightings over Australia - 2014.

UFO SIGHTINGS: MUFON Case - Witness Photographs Incredibly Transparent Geodesic-Shaped UFO Over Austria!

December 28, 2014 -  AUSTRIA - An Austrian witness captured on camera the following images of a stunningly transparent geodesic-shaped UFO over Vienna, according to testimony in Case 61696 from the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) witness reporting database.

Witness reports:

"I'm a resident of Vienna in Austria and when I was on the balcony, I saw this huge transparent vehicle floating above the clouds for about two minutes." "I grabbed my phone (Samsung Galaxy S5) and after I took a photograph of it, the vehicle was gone." "I've never seen anything like it, it was strange."

See original image HERE.

EXOPOLITICAL DISCLOSURE: "Growing Public Interest" - The Study Of Extraterrestrial Intelligence And UFOs Soon To Be Established At Bulgarian Academy Of Sciences!

December 28, 2014 -  BULGARIA
 - The Bulgarian Academy of Sciences (BAS) Institute for Space Studies recently held its first official conference on the existence of UFOs and extraterrestrial intelligence, Prof. Lachezar Filipov told the Nova TV breakfast show.

“Until now this topic was sort of banned among the scientists,” he said. “But the growing public interest, not only in Bulgaria, but abroad, made BAS believe that we must respond to such phenomena.”

According to Filipov, the conference was prompted by the claims of “a serious man” that he saw a “large saucer of platinum colour, with no windows, hovering over Sofia's Kremikovtsi district” in mid-October. The witness told Filipov no one else around seemed to have noticed the flying object, or at least no one reacted.

“He found me and told me the story, but wishes to remain anonymous, because he is a serious man with large business enterprises and is afraid the people will make fun of him,” Filpov said. “He only told his wife and me.”

According to Filipov, there have been other documented cases where only one person among many, saw the UFO.

Filipov told Nova TV that the witness claims that after the “flying saucer” flew away, he experienced “a time warp” incident.

“This is why we want to set up a working group within our institute,” Filipov said. “There have been such reports previously, but no one seemed to take them very seriously. We need to investigate those claims and see how reliable they are. There are people who make things up, there are people who see things but tell nobody, there are people who find me and tell me what they saw. But most people are afraid everyone will think they're crazy. If they see that the scientists investigate such incidents, they might come out and tell us.” - Novinite.

CONTACT: The Search For Extraterrestrials - How Close Are We?!

December 28, 2014 -  SPACE
 - In 1950, Nobel prizewinning physicist Enrico Fermi posed his famous paradox: if extraterrestrial intelligence exists, why have not we identified it?

Why certainly? It is not as if we have not been trying. The search for extraterrestrial intelligence (SETI) has been going on for over half a century. It has largely drawn a blank. But when in a when there is a flurry of excitement. Here are some of the highlights.

Study far more:
"Is the answer to life, the universe and anything 37?"

On eight April 1960, Cornell University astronomer Frank Drake pointed a 26-metre radio telescope at two nearby stars. The telescope – primarily based at the US National Radio Astronomy Observatory (NRAO) in West Virginia – was tuned to a frequency of 1420 megahertz, the wavelength of radiation naturally emitted by hydrogen in space. Therefore began Project Ozma, the first experiment explicitly developed to appear for aliens.

Drake was hoping to detect radio waves sent by an extraterrestrial civilisation. He chose the emission frequency of hydrogen since it is the most abundant element in the universe, and therefore an clear signal for any intelligent civilisation trying to get itself noticed by one more.

Even though the stars – Tau Ceti and Epsilon Eridani – were viewed as promising candidates, being nearby and sun-like, Project Ozma detected absolutely nothing in over 150 hours of observation.

In 1972, astronomers at NRAO had a second go, this time utilizing a larger telescope that collected as considerably data in a minute as the older one particular could in 19 years. They sporadically monitored far more than 650 stars for four years, again browsing for the hydrogen signal – and once again getting absolutely nothing. But the Ozma projects established SETI as a credible discipline and set the scene for a lot of extra attempts.

1 of the projects inspired by Ozma was the "Large Ear" programme at Ohio State University, which ran from 1973 to 1995. On 15 August 1977, its 79-metre dish picked up a potent burst of radio waves from the basic path of Sagittarius.

The burst lasted 72 seconds and was very close to the emission frequency of hydrogen – deemed a likely candidate for alien messages. When astronomer Jerry Ehman saw the signal recorded on a personal computer printout, he circled it in red pen and scrawled "Wow!" on the sheet of paper.

The set-up of the telescope produced it hard to operate out specifically exactly where the burst came from, but the common patch of sky was identified.

The "Wow!" signal remains the most promising putative alien signal ever detected by SETI. But in spite of in depth searches of the identical patch of sky it has in no way been noticed given that.

In 2007, astronomers at West Virginia University found a previously unknown celestial phenomenon: a super-intense, extremely brief burst of radio waves apparently originating outside our galaxy.

The Speedy Radio Burst lasted for just 15 milliseconds but released far more power than the sun emits in about a month. Calculations recommended that it came from an object no additional than 1500 kilometres across.

At the time there was no clear explanation for the FRB. Astronomers speculated that it came from a single cataclysmic occasion, such as the final collapse of a dying black hole or the merger of two neutron stars.

A handful of other FRBs have due to the fact been detected but there is still no agreed explanation.

Inevitably, the gap has been filled by speculation that FRBs are messages from aliens. Earlier this year, Nigel Watson, author of the

UFO Investigations Manual, told the UK's Daily Mail newspaper that FRBs could be evidence of a "vast alien communication network". Or, he said, it could just be an as-but-unknown astronomical phenomenon.

In the absence of a smoking gun from the sky, some alien hunters have looked for indicators on our doorstep. For a even though, crop circles – strange geometric patterns that started to appear in arable fields in southern England in the 1970s – had been claimed by several persons to be messages from ET. They are now known to be the work of artists and pranksters.

Around a decade ago a slightly additional serious concept started to circulate: maybe there are alien messages in our DNA. As Paul Davies, author of The Eerie Silence: Renewing our search for alien intelligence, wrote in New Scientist in 2004: "May ET have inserted a message into the genomes of terrestrial organisms, perhaps by delivering very carefully crafted viruses in tiny space probes to infect host cells with message-laden DNA?"

A decade on, we have no evidence whatsoever that ET did this. In the past couple of years the thought has been revived in a slightly unique kind: a pair of Kazakh researchers have proposed that the genetic code would be a much better location to plant a signal, and even claim to have discovered what they call "the Wow! signal of the genetic code" (see "Is the answer to life, the universe and every little thing 37?"). - Macro Insider.

UFO SIGHTINGS: NASA Mission Captures - The Latest Images Of Giant UFOs, Mysterious Structures And Aerial Anomalies In Space!

Mysterious box-shaped rock formation on Mars.

December 28, 2014 - SPACE
- In the  following videos, taken from NASA's multimedia archives, UFOs, mysterious structures and various aerial anomalies can be seen on or around the Sun, the Moon, Planet Mars, in Earth's orbit and around the International Space Station (ISS).

WATCH: NASA's Curiosity Rover captures more anomalies on Mars.

See original image HERE.

WATCH: Unusual shape appears next to the Sun.

WATCH: Strange rock formations on Mars.

UFO INCIDENTS: The Need To Know Episode 3 - U.S. Coast Guard Acushnet Spots Disc-Shaped UFO In 1976!

Credit: Florida MUFON/YouTube

December 28, 2014 -  UNITED STATES
 - Witness claims that during ship operations, while towing some type of buoy (possibly and electronic functioning buoy) per normal Coast Guard vessel operations, early in the morning after daylight, on some date between 1976 and 1977, the ship he was on lost all electric power, lost its engines and the tow line attached to the buoy was no longer visible.

He states the compass on the bridge was also was gyrating 360 degrees. The witness states the ship (USCGC Acushnet - WAGO 167), went to General Quarters and as he ran up the ladder towards the bridge outside the ship to his assigned duty post, he looked aft and noticed a fog-like cloud just off the stern of the ship cloaking to buoy that was being towed and also noticed a grey hovering disc-shaped craft approximately 500 feet in the air just behind the ship.

If you or someone you know witnessed this event please contact Florida MUFON at

WATCH: The Need To Know Episode 3 - 1976 USCGC Acushnet UFO Incident.

- Florida MUFON.

EXTRATERRESTRIAL MEMES: In Search Of Another Earth - NASA Says "There Might Be Civilizations Lurking Outside Galaxy Boundaries"!

December 28, 2014 -  SPACE
 -  “There might be people living out there, out in the middle of cold dark space, that don't have a Milky Way,” says Harvey Moseley, an astrophysicist at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland. Astronomers have spotted a faint cosmic glow, unseen until now, that may come from stars that float adrift between galaxies. The discovery suggests that as many as half of all stars in the Universe lurk outside galactic boundaries. The work shows, reported by Nature, shows how little astronomers know about intergalactic space, and how it contributes to the energy budget of the Universe, says Juna Kollmeier, an astronomer at the Carnegie Observatories in Pasadena. In June, Kollmeier and her colleagues reported a ‘missing light’ problem: there are not nearly enough stars and galaxies to explain other observations in intergalactic space2. She calls the latest finding “provocative”, but is not convinced by the models the new study used to conclude that the light was coming from extragalactic stars

The stars were probably tossed there when galaxies collided (trail of stars from colliding galaxies shown in Hubble above). A team led by astrophysicist Michael Zemcov, of the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) in Pasadena, reports the discovery in the 7 November issue of Science1.

The findings come from the Cosmic Infrared Background Experiment (CIBER), which flew briefly into space in 2010 and 2012 aboard a sounding rocket. As CIBER soared above the atmosphere, it looked at five different regions in space for about a minute each, gathering as many particles of cosmic light as possible. The flights took place at different times of year, so that the astronomers could subtract the confounding effects of the zodiacal light, the glow of sunlight that is scattered off interplanetary dust.

CIBER was designed to look for fluctuations in infrared light to hunt for signs of some of the first galaxies that formed in the Universe. The light of these galaxies has been redshifted to infrared wavelengths because of the Universe's expansion.

But when Zemcov and his colleagues began to sift through CIBER’s data, they realized that the light it captured was not nearly red enough to have come from ancient galaxies. The light must be coming from something closer and more modern, they say — such as ordinary stars.

The scientists extrapolated from CIBER’s fields of view to the entire Universe, and concluded that there was much more light than could be explained by known galaxies. That means the light is probably coming from stars between galaxies, says team member Jamie Bock, an astrophysicist at Caltech. “These stars produce as much background light as the galaxies themselves,” he says. “That’s really exciting.”

Stars normally reside within galaxies, but can be yanked out by gravitational forces when galaxies collide. Bock suspects that a lot of these renegade stars could have come from relatively lightweight galaxies, which can lose hold of their stars more easily than more massive galaxies.

“If this is true, then there is an entire population of stars that's been sitting out there, but because they are individually so faint we can really only see them in ensemble,” says Moseley.

Bock and his colleagues are now building a follow-up experiment, CIBER2, which will look at visible rather than infrared wavelengths. They hope that it will reveal new information about the background glow and exactly what kinds of stars could be contributing to it.- Daily Galaxy.

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