September 20, 2014

UFO joins air show in Chisinau, Moldova - The danger of UFOs during air shows!

During an air show in Chisinau, Moldova on September 20, 2014, an onlooker photographed a strange object what looks like a disc-shaped UFO.

Image left: The object was hovering more closer then the low altitude plane.

It is not the first time a UFO is observed during an air show.

It has been found that when a UFO appears during an air show, in many cases this leads to an almost hit or a fatal crash of the stunt plane.

These objects are unknown and could be drones, remote controlled model airplanes or helicopters, birds or even extraterrestrial craft.

Image below: Unknown objects captured during two different air shows.


Two remarkable cases: 

1. UFO Fly-bys at Chilean Ceremony.

It was taken by an onlooker in November, 2010 during the changing of the Air Force Command at El Bosque Air Base in Santiago, Chile.

 

2. UFO at Madrid air show

During the Madrid air show in May, 2013, a jet fighter crashes, probably caused by a UFO.

 
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Green 'alien eggs' have washed up on Sydney Beach - Extremely rare living algae

Thousands of green 'egg-shaped balls' have washed up on Sydney Beach and may be rare living algae.

Surfers and early morning walkers were stunned to find thousands of green 'egg-shaped balls' on Sydney beach, Dee Why; which had washed ashore overnight and may be rare living algae.

Rather than the green spheres being something from another planet, scientists explained they were a type of sponge-like seaweed that forms egg shapes possibly to protect themselves from predators.

Beach-goers said they'd never seen anything like it, describing the balls as 'alien eggs, 'alien hairballs', Japanese moss balls.

Scarlett de Villiers from nearby Davidson saw the weird balls on her regular morning beach walk.

"I picked one up and squeezed it and it was so squishy - but I wasn't sure if it was alive and was worried I might hurt anything inside!' she told the Daily Mail. 'It struck me how perfectly shaped they all were and how green and alive they looked."

About three days ago, there were a few egg-shaped balls but then today, they were much bigger and everywhere on the beach,' Naraweena resident Jenny Zhang told The Manly Daily.

Associate Professor Alistair Poore from the School of Biological, Earth and Environmental Sciences at the University of NSW said the balls were probably a rare type of living green algae, which has only been seen a handful of times around the world.

'I’ve seen similar things - sometimes dead sea grass can roll around and form balls like underwater tumbleweeds but that’s made of dead material and these look to be living,' he said.

'It is a habit known as "aegagropilious", where the algae is free living (not on rocks) and forms into spherical balls. They’re pretty interesting,' Mr Poore said.

September 19, 2014

South Atlantic Anomaly "Bermuda Triangle" Threatens Satellites

What happens to Hubble in the mysterious region known as the South Atlantic Anomaly?

When satellites pass through this area they are bombarded with swarms of intensely high energy particles.

This can produce "glitches" in astronomical data, malfunctioning of on-board electronics, and has even shut down unprepared spacecraft for weeks!

Maybe there is a connection between the space 'Bermuda Triangle" and the infamous "Bermuda Triangle" where a number of aircraft and ships are said to have disappeared under mysterious circumstances?