Thursday, December 10, 2015

EXOPOLITICAL DISCLOSURE: NASA Cover-Up - Hacker Says NASA Is Editing Out UFOs From The Videos Before Releasing Them?!

December 10, 2015 -  UNITED STATES - This hacker believes that NASA blanks out UFO images before releasing videos to the public

Meet Gary McKinnon who thinks that NASA is editing out the parts of UFO appearances in the videos it releases to the public and it has been doing so for years. He is a avid UFO watcher and has faced a 10-year fight against extradition to the US after breaking into computer databases of NASA, US military and the Pentagon.

According to McKinnon, NASA and the US government has known for years we are being regularly monitored by UFOs from far-flung galaxies. But it believes that the general public wont be able handle the truth, or it would lead to the breakdown of religion and society and it has been successfully withheld the information by covering it up.

McKinnon says that his interest in UFO’s and NASA coverup built up after former NASA contractor Donna Hare went whistleblower in November 2000 with claims that NASA staff digitally edited out UFOs from satellite pictures before they were released, from Building eight of the Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas.

WATCH: Gary McKinnon Interview - Part 1.

To prove whether Hare was right or wrong, McKinnon hacked into computer databases of NASA, there US military and the Pentagon, from his girlfriend’s aunt’s home in London. McKinnon said their security was so lapse he was able to regularly gain access to entire databases for between 18 months and two years.

WATCH: Gary McKinnon Interview - Part 2.

First, while scouring US Navy databases, McKinnon stumbled across a file containing a list of “non-terrestrial officers” with their ranks and names and a separate file of “material transfers between ships”.

 WATCH: Gary McKinnon Interview - Part 3.

Mr McKinnon believes he may have found confidential evidence of a secret space base. McKinnon has released 4 videos based on his findings.

WATCH: Gary McKinnon Interview - Part 4.

When asked if non-terrestrial officers could mean something else such as this or astronauts, McKinnon added: “It could be up to you how you interpret them.”

The other evidence uncovered by McKinnon was while trawling the 255 computers of building eight at the Johnson Space Center. He said: “There were image databases with roll one: filtered or processed and unprocessed. They were 200-odd megabytes each. I had full remote control of the desktop.”

He said he started to download an image, but it was extremely slow, and he only got half to 2/3rds of the way down before being rumbled. McKinnon added: “It was the hemisphere of a planet I assume was Earth. It was cloudy, but there was the classic cigar-shape (UFO).” McKinnon said he took a screen grab, but then saw the cursor move separately to his mouse movements, before the connection was lost, and he was unable to retrieve the image from the clipboard.

He was arrested soon after before a highly publicised battle against extradition from 2002 to 2012, during which, in 2008, he was diagnosed with Asperger’s syndrome – a form of autism that may have affected his behaviour. He was accused by the US government of costing it $700,000 and hacking for more sinister reasons than trying to discover if the truth was out there.

This was amid claims he deleted critical files, shut down the US Army’s 2,000-computer Washington network for 24 hours and paralysed munitions supplies to the US Navy. - Techworm.

EXTRATERRESTRIAL MEMES: Shocking Close Encounter On TV Series Fargo - Star And Showrunner Explains What It All Means?!

UFO appears in a scene from Fargo. FX
Spoiler warning: The following two Q&amp reports contains major plot details from “Fargo” Season 2, Episode 9, titled “The Castle.”

December 10, 2015 -  HOLLYWOOD - There’s just one episode left to go in season two of “Fargo,” and tonight’s penultimate installment turned out to be a bloodbath for the Gerhardt clan. (R.I.P. Floyd and Bear.) We also might have seen the last of stand-up sheriff Hank Larsson (Ted Danson), while his terminally ill daughter, Betsy Solverson (Cristin Milioti), took a turn for the worse back at home.

State trooper Lou Solverson (Patrick Wilson) — Hank’s son-in-law and Betsy’s husband — was at the center of all the action, and at the episode’s close he was in hot pursuit of former Gerhardt henchman Hanzee (Zahn McClarnon) and crime spree couple Peggy (Kirsten Dunst) and Ed Blumquist (Jesse Plemons).

Variety spoke with Wilson about Lou’s eventful episode, which included a touching exchange with Hank, a brutal face off with Bear, and the return of that mysterious UFO.

We don’t know if Hank pulls through or not, but it doesn’t look good. What was it like playing that moment with Ted Danson after Hank was shot, and Lou tells him he’ll see him “at Sunday dinner”?

The thing about these guys is there’s just an understanding — you see it from the first episode, that’s their way of communicating. That’s about what Lou’s gonna give you and that’s about what Hank’s gonna give you. It’s beautifully understated because the situation is so visceral and apparent. As an actor I love playing the opposite — if you need to stay somewhere, act like you’re leaving — and that’s kind of what that scene is. You want to say all these things and you end up talking about Sunday dinner. I think that’s probably the reality of a lot of people, but certainly the people we’ve created. We were almost done at that point, so it was hard. It’s hard to let go of these guys. I love Lou, I miss Lou. And I miss Hank.

Lou has an epic brawl with Bear Gerhardt. Did that take extra time to plan out?

I love that stuff. We talked over what we were doing, had a good stunt coordinator. I thought it was a great ending there too. I got to work more with Angus [Sampson] on this show than I did in two movies [“Insidious” and “Insidious: Chapter Two”]. He’s such a great guy and it was lovely to see him get a really meaty part, and meet his demise. I remember looking at these speedloaders — it’s what you have in your belt that holds your whole cylinder. They just have a revolver, and it’s “How quick can you get it out, punch it in and lock and load?” It’s such old school, very practical, weaponry. It hasn’t changed much from the six-shooter. I remember very specifically thinking, “I just need to get the speedloader right for all the old school cops who had this gun.” Those are the things you think about, “Am I loading my gun correctly?”

And in the midst of that fight with Bear, the UFO comes back. What does Lou make of that?

Lou’s a very practical guy. He seizes the moment and shoots Bear — he’s taking the task at hand. I don’t think he gives [the UFO] too much credence, until the next episode. At that moment he doesn’t have time to question it.

What about after Bear is shot and Lou lies back and stares at the UFO?

I remember thinking, “Am I dead?” There are those fleeting moments. “Do I walk to the light?” I think we’re more in that land. It’s the closest he’s gotten to death. I don’t think he’s too caught up in people from outer space at that point. We’ll address it in the way you can imagine Lou would address something.

Kirsten Dunst has that great line, “It’s just a flying saucer.”

That’s the kind of thing with this show. “Sure man, there’s a UFO. Why not?” They’ve seen everything else.

Did you embrace that feeling when you first read about the UFOs or did you ask (showrunner) Noah Hawley for an explanation?

In typical Noah fashion, you ask him about it and he’s like, “I don’t know, what do you think?” He’s not like, “Well, what it represents is…” I think that, yes, there’s this obsession with a phenomenon that seemed to be happening, and it was also the rise of “Close Encounters.” There was definitely a social awareness. But I remember when I read in episode one when it appears, I thought it was fantastic because it’s just so strange. There are just no answers to so much of this. And you’re not gonna get an answer. I think people like Peggy would go, “What? It’s a flying saucer.” Then again, she’s “touched” — which is my favorite line.

Speaking of Peggy, Lou made it clear in this episode he feels it’s his responsibility to protect her and Ed. Why do you think that is?

To me, it’s a mirror image of his family life and watching what Betsy’s going through. I think deep down he knows he’s not going to win that battle, and dammit if he’s not going to win this one. I feel like he’s got to save someone. It’s heartbreaking if you think about it. He’s desperate to save his wife and family and he knows he may not. He very strongly believes in the moral code. And yes he feels horrible for these people and he knows that they’ve lied to him repeatedly. But he also knows that Ed stood up for his wife when many lesser men would’ve ducked and dodged and ran. For all of Ed’s faults, that is a guy who deeply loves that woman and did everything he could to keep that relationship. I think Lou really admires that in a strange way. He can’t stand it, it’s making his life miserable, and obviously they’re in way over their head. But there’s an effort, and it may be a subconscious effort, of “I’m going to help someone.”

- Variety.

UFO appears in a scene from Fargo. FX

Noah Hawley, Fargo showrunner, talks tonight's motel massacre and that jaw-dropping moment.

ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: You finally paid off the UFO teases with, yes, a massive hovering UFO. What are you prepared to tell us about this?

Noah Hawley
: I haven’t prepared anything. There are going to be people who will smack the TV and go, “Come on!” and that’s a great reaction. Everybody is entitled to their reaction. I like to say that everything in there is because it actually happened in the world of our “true story,” and in this case there was a UFO. I haven’t seen or heard any of the responses yet, so I’d be responding to phantoms.

In addition to Fargo being “based on a true story,” can you say what was your inspiration for including the UFO in the first place?

The Coen Bros. sometimes put something in because it’s funny, but that doesn’t mean it’s meant to be comic. … There’s a couple things that felt right about it. One is that it plays very well into the conspiracy-minded 1979 era where it’s post-Watergate, you had Close Encounters and Star WarsThere was a Minnesota UFO encounter [in 1979] involving a state trooper. It was certainly in the air at the time. Alternately in the Coens’ The Man Who Wasn’t There they had a [running UFO thread]; certainly it was more ’50s inspired, but it was part of the cinematic language of their movie. So it felt like it worked for the time period and worked for the filmmakers, and is a way of saying “accept the mystery” — which is a staple of the Coen Bros. philosophy in their films. And I thought it was funny. But obviously it affects the story in a very real way. It’s not just a background element.

I’m just picturing you in the writers room at some point going: “You know what? I’m going to put a UFO in this season, and just see if I can pull that off.” Because I know you like to challenge yourself and see how far you can push it, and you had to think that if you could creatively pull it off, it would be pretty impressive. 

An executive from MGM came to take us all to lunch before the season and they said, “Can you tell us anything about this season?” and I said, “Yeah, we’re going to make three fictional Ronald Reagan movies and there’s a UFO.” There was a long beat and they said, “So can you tell us anything about this season?” Nobody expected Fargo to be about any of those things in the second year. Ultimately what I think is exciting about a fake true crime story is that in actual history there’s a lot that we understand and there’s a lot of it we’ll never understand. The Zapruder film captured the JFK assassination, and we still don’t know what happened. It’s not just that truth is stranger than fiction, it’s that what we call truth is a small part of the historic picture. There are so many elements that usually get weeded out of the story so you can have a simpler narrative.

What was FX’s reaction?

Nobody said, “Don’t do it.” Look, there was a lot of conversation as we were prepping to shoot. “Can we see some pre-visualization? What’s really going on with the UFO? Is it really a UFO or is it a weather balloon?” So going into that, they find that balloon in the second hour. There were some people [at the network] who wanted the UFO to be shot in a way so that it could have actually been a balloon. My feeling was always, “No, it’s a UFO. It is what it is.” We put a lot of references to it, maybe too many references. But it pays off, obviously.

I was impressed that in the moments leading up to that, you managed to generate so much suspense over the fate of the only character that we know is going to survive, Lou Solverson (Patrick Wilson; a character that was also in the first season set in 2006). I worried about him, and then this happened. Then afterward you have Peggy (Kirsten Dunst) with that great dismissive line. It’s almost like you don’t know how to feel and need to process it. 

At the end of the day, Peggy’s line sums it up — “It’s just a flying saucer Ed, we need to go.” I like your “I don’t know, I need to think about it” reaction. So much storytelling, especially on television, is a spoon-fed experience with clarity of all things. You’re going to have to see the end of the story and look back at it and ask how you feel about the deus ex machina of a UFO saving Lou Sovlerson’s life and what would happen if it hadn’t. I think those elements in a story are really exciting because we’re so unused to having them. We usually separate our genres more neatly. To suddenly have a genre element come into a dramatic story is exciting.

What do you want to say about next week’s finale?

I really don’t want to give anything away. We have Peggy out there, Hanzee in pursuit, and Lou after them. And how are we going to wrap it up, and what’s the takeaway going to be? I feel like last year we ended very strongly; we had a complete arc for the characters, and it ended in a neat way. We can’t repeat ourselves, but I’d like to be somebody who’s good at ending things. I see Fargo as a tragedy with a happy ending, and those elements have to be there. And just because that the story is over doesn’t mean these characters aren’t still going on. My hope is that at the end of the 10 hours you’ll want to go back and watch it again.

- EW.

UFO SIGHTINGS: Two Incidents In England - Stunning UFOs In The Skies Above Runcorn; And UFO Fled Seaford Like Star Trek's Enterprise!

Lisa Mutch, 35, was driving her children to school on Friday morning when her son spotted the unidentified objects in the sky above Runcorn

December 10, 2015 -  ENGLAND - Here are two of the latest UFO sightings in England.

What were these UFOs in the sky above Runcorn?

A mum and her two kids captured the moment they saw unidentified flying objects in the sky above Runcorn.

Lisa Mutch, 35, was driving her children to school on Friday morning when her son spotted the mystery objects above their heads.

Joseph, 11, managed to take a video of the objects, which they then photographed from the school car park.

Mum Lisa told how Joseph, 11, and Kayleigh-Ann, 12, were so excited they were nearly late for school.

She said: “We were driving to school on Friday morning and my son spotted it. He said he looked over and saw three ‘meteorites’ over our heads.

“At first I thought they were planes, but they weren’t. They looked different.

“They looked like meteors. I’ve never seen anything like that before.

Lisa Mutch, 35, was driving her children to school on Friday morning when
her son spotted the unidentified objects in the sky above Runcorn

Lisa Mutch, 35, was driving her children to school on Friday morning when
her son spotted the unidentified objects in the sky above Runcorn

“My son said it’s a UFO, and I was like ‘Yeah it is, because I don’t know what it is’.

“We were running late so I had to drop the kids at school, and by the time I came back out they were gone.”

The clip was taken as they drove up the road to Astmoor Primary School in Runcorn, and Lisa has appealed for anyone with clearer footage to make contact.

Lisa said: “The kids were very excited. We were nearly late for school.”

Did you see these unidentified objects in the sky above Runcorn on Friday morning? - Liverpool Echo.

UFO fled night sky ‘like Star Trek’s Enterprise’

A pensioner has been left baffled by what he believes was a close encounter with a UFO.

John Ford said it appeared as a bright light hovering in the night sky which he was able to observe for several minutes.

But it was the sudden, dramatic departure that made the biggest impression - which he described as being like the Starship Enterprise of Star Trek fame.

Both Mr Ford, 69, and his wife Joyce, 70, witnessed the strange events above their home in Stoke Manor Close, Seaford, at around 6pm on November 26.

He takes up the story. He said, “My wife and I were about to go out for a meal and, whilst in the porch changing my shoes, there was a tremendous drone-like no

ise and I could feel a very slight shudder as it seemed to reverberate around the place.

“Quickly moving outside, I just caught sight of the tail lights of a very low flying, and very noisy, helicopter heading in the direction of Newhaven. I suppose under certain circumstances, especially at night, the lights of a helicopter could be mistaken for a UFO, but they are usually very noisy, and not very big or very fast moving.

“However, as I moved towards the car parked on the drive, I happened to glance up and noticed a bright orange coloured light in the sky some distance away, approaching from a north-easterly direction and moving in the general direction of Seaford. Naturally, I thought it must be another helicopter, as it was just blob of light and did not seem to be very high in the sky.

“This ‘light in the sky’ was moving in my general direction and seemed to cover the distance very quickly and, strangely, there was not that familiar drone-like noise as it got closer and closer. As this single blob of light reached a position in the sky, quite close to where I was standing, it suddenly mushroomed into a very bright configuration of light that illuminated a large area of the surrounding night sky, and appeared to be, simply, hovering.

“As I watched this light show, it became apparent that at the centre of this ‘illumination’ I could discern a very definite shape/pattern that was round in outline, possibly more hexagon in appearance, with a sort of cross like structure contained within the main outline. I am quite definite about this ‘shape’ as, on reflection, what I was seeing reminded me very much of a large ground-fixed type of firework display, where you get a prolonged, well-lit defined profile of something or other, that also creates that surrounding aurora against the night sky. However, this was no firework!

“This light spectacle continued for some time, and as I couldn’t quite believe what I was witnessing, I shouted to my wife to come out and have a look, as I needed some reassurance of what I was seeing! By the time she joined me, the light show had started to subside but, nevertheless, it was still clearly visible but had now adjusted its position in the sky.

“Both of us continued to observe this light for some time, which had reduced back down to a clearly identifiable compact shape and was continuing to hover when, very suddenly and without any indication or further movement, this ‘object’ simply shot away at such speed up into the night sky, that within just a few seconds all we could see was a small dot that disappeared amongst the stars. The speed at which it travelled was incredible – I could only liken it to the Starship Enterprise going into warp drive, it was that quick! This last event was slightly unnerving and a bit spooky – what we had just witnessed could not be explained away and there was no mistaking what we had seen.

“This series of events from spotting the travelling light in the sky, to the bright illuminated profile in the night sky and, finally, the manner of its departure, all played out over several minutes. It was not an encounter that was over in a brief few seconds when, subsequently, you may ask ‘did I really see that?’, and may come to seriously doubt what you thought you saw because it was over very quickly – whatever it was we had witnessed, these events had really taken place as I’ve outlined them.

“It was not a helicopter and it certainly was not a plane. Could it have been a drone, or possibly some sort of laser, or even an elaborate firework display of some sort? None of these possibilities sound very convincing or really plausible, though the possibility that it was indeed a UFO may also be a little hard to swallow, but it was very, very convincing.

“My wife and I did see something that was certainly very unusual and thought provoking. I am personally convinced that what I saw was a UFO because it was indeed an ‘unidentified flying object’ in the true sense (but, alas, no sign of any aliens). Given what we had witnessed, and that this series of events had played out over several minutes, I said to my wife, as some form of reassurance and possible later verification, that we couldn’t have been the only persons to have seen this spectacle, and that others would, undoubtedly, be reporting it and that it would be out in the public domain; and, if it was a hoax, that it would be quickly exposed as such.

“So, the fact that I have not read or heard any such reports during the last few days is curious, but perhaps not really surprising, as I am beginning to believe that we did have a UFO experience and that, in a funny sort of way, we were privileged to have experienced this extraordinary event, and that I wanted to put this unique experience on record.”- Eastbourne Herald.

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

December 10, 2015 - 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: Possible UFO in space shoots beam of light.

WATCH: UFO near the Sun.

See original image HERE.

WATCH: UFO near the International Space Station.

UFO SIGHTINGS: The Latest MUFON Cases Across The United States - Cylinder UFO Videotaped Over New Jersey!

Witness illustration of the sighting. (Credit: MUFON)

December 10, 2015 -  NEW JERSEY, UNITED STATES
- A New Jersey witness at Hamilton reported watching and videotaping a cylinder-shaped UFO that appeared to move in a controlled manner, according to testimony in Case 58173 from the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) witness reporting database.

The reporting witness and her husband were in their backyard at 10:39 p.m. on July 18, 2014, when bright red lights were first seen moving right-to-left about a mile away in the sky just above the trees.

“Mostly red with a yellow blinking – irregular beat,” the witness stated.“It then moved closer and I realized I was seeing something weird. I told my husband to turn around because I was looking at something very odd. It was hovering at that point, then moved towards us (closest it got to us – maybe 0.25 miles away).”

WATCH: UFO over New Jersey.

They watched the object for about 30 seconds and the husband began filming it using his cell phone (video seen above).

“Unfortunately the night-time contrast on the phone filming stinks, so there is no differentiation of treeline and sky, and lights are blurred together.”

But the witness was able to see the object very clearly with the naked eye.

“At this time I could make out the object pretty well: cylinder-shaped with a triangle top, lights were now separated into four horizontal and parallel rows of bright dots/bulbs. All were a bright red, with the bottom two rows adding green and yellow irregularly.”

The object also emitted a sound for a short period of time.

“We were very quiet and I swore I could hear it. It sounded like a quiet wind machine, maybe a slight buzzing. Not as loud as a helicopter. This lasted approx. 10-15 seconds. Then it moved back so quickly, but smoothly, approximately one mile back, began hovering again and the lighting changed to a red X with a greenish irregular blinking light in the middle. Occasionally more red lights in a thin line lit up on the right side of the X. I could not hear it anymore. This lasted approximately 10 seconds.”

The object then moved further away and the witnesses were now only able to make out that it was a red light with a greenish light irregularly blinking.”

The witness described the movement they were observing.

“It moved right to left twice (maybe five+ miles), up and down once, hovering short times in between (all quickly, but so smooth). It was clear it was much further away at this point and as it was still moving right and down as it went behind the tree line.”

They discussed the possibilities of what the object could be – and then five minutes later – the object returned.

“It was further away, so we could not define shape and lighting lines, only color and movement. It flew in a similar way as before, right to left and then up and down – quickly and smoothly. Then it was gone behind the trees less than a minute later.”

The witness described the object as cylinder-shaped with a triangle top. Pictured: Hamilton, New Jersey. (Credit: Wikimedia Commons)
The witness described the object as cylinder-shaped with a triangle top. Pictured: Hamilton, New Jersey.
(Credit: Wikimedia Commons)

The case was investigated by New Jersey STAR Team Investigator Robert Spearing and closed as an Unknown.

“After reviewing the witness summary and conducting the database checks, it is determined that the witness observed an Unknown UAV,” Spearing wrote in his report.“Witnesses got an extremely good view of object. I called Trenton-Mercer Airport and two persons on the phone with me said that they had never heard of such an object and that it did not originate from the airport.

“Because the object was, at its closest approach, only a quarter mile away or about 1,320 feet and because it was twice as high as a 50-foot pine tree (100 feet) and because it appeared large enough to hold several occupants, I was able to arrive at a size for the vehicle’s diameter. One degree of the sky is the equivalent a thumb held at arm’s length. The object, according to the witness, was 1.5 times the size of her thumb at 1,320 feet away. Using the tangent of 1.5 degrees is 34.5 feet. This is the diameter of the craft. The height of the craft was roughly the same minus the conical top. So the craft was 34.5 by 34.5 feet. To get the floor space of the cylinder to determine the amount of room occupants had to occupy the barrel-shaped object we take the diameter of 34.5 feet and half it to get the radius of 17.25 feet. We square that to get 297 feet. Then we times that by pi (3.14) which gives us 932 square feet. Thus we can safely assume this is not a drone but an aircraft of good size capable of carrying multiple occupants.

“Additionally, the object displayed lighting of geometric configurations including Xs and rows of lines. The lights were multi-colored with an emphasis on the color red. This implies some sort of communication possibly to another object or for human consumption.

Investigators believe the object was nearly 35 feet long with interior space of 932 square feet. Pictured: Hamilton, New Jersey. (Credit: Wikimedia Commons)
Investigators believe the object was nearly 35 feet long with interior space of 932 square feet.
Pictured: Hamilton, New Jersey. (Credit: Wikimedia Commons)

“Conclusion is that the object did not emanate from a nearby airport, object does not conform to any known flying object man-made, object was under intelligent control and displayed maneuvering and advanced symbolic language. Object is classified as an Unknown UAV.”

The witness video is available to view on this page. The witness also submitted a second video clip which can be downloaded here. - Open Minds.

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