There’s a lot of conspiracy theories out there. And then there is this. Apollo veteran Edgar Mitchell, the sixth man to walk on the moon, says UFOs came in peace on a mission to stop humanity destroying itself. The astronaut is one of the most prominent figures in the worldwide UFO community and has spoken widely about his belief in aliens ever since he landed on the moon. He now has made the astonishing claim that aliens came to Earth to stop a nuclear war between America and Russia. The astronaut told the Mirror Online that top-ranking military sources spotted UFOs during weapons tests. He claims military insiders had seen strange crafts flying over missile bases and the famous White Sands facility, where the world’s first ever nuclear bomb was detonated in 1945. “You don’t know the area like I do,” he said in an interview with Mirror Online.
“White Sands was a testing ground for atomic weapons – and that’s what the extraterrestrials were interested in. They wanted to know about our military capabilities.My own experience talking to people has made it clear the ETs had been attempting to keep us from going to war and help create peace on Earth.”
Mitchell’s interests are wide ranging and include consciousness and paranormal phenomena. On his way back to Earth during the Apollo 14 flight he had a powerful savikalpa samādhi experience, (a state where one lets go of the ego and becomes aware of Spirit beyond creation) and also claimed to have conducted private ESP experiments with his friends on Earth, results of which were published in the Journal of Parapsychology in 1971.He is the founder of the Institute of Noetic Sciences (IONS) for the purpose of consciousness research and other “related phenomena”.Mitchell also claims that a teenage remote healer who lives in Vancouver and uses the pseudonym Adam Dreamhealer helped him heal kidney cancer from a distance. Mitchell said that while he never had a biopsy, “I had a sonogram and MRI that was consistent with renal carcinoma.” Adam worked (distantly) on Mitchell from December 2003 until June 2004, when the “irregularity was gone and we haven’t seen it since”.
In an interview for AskMen published March 6, 2014, Mitchell admitted he had never seen a UFO, that no one had ever threatened him over his claims regarding UFOs, and that any statements about the covering up of UFOs being a worldwide cabal were “just speculation on my part.”
Edgar Mitchell eve passed away on the 45th anniversary of his lunar landing! February 4, 2016.
It’s here, it’s real, but it’s not coming to a store near you soon..
A video released today by Lexus shows pro skateboarders struggling to stay afloat on the liquid nitrogen powered board. It’s super cool, literally, but it will not be hitting retail stores any time soon. In order to ride it, you would have to be in a specially built skate park, where what looks like concrete, is actually made of wood, covering up an embedded magnetic layer – that cost several hundred thousand dollars.
In addition, it turns out that Lexus never had any intention of bringing the hover board to market, it was all a publicity stunt to focus more attention on their car brand. Oh well! Meanwhile, enjoy the video!
Sometimes a photo gets snapped at exactly the right second for it to look like something completely different! Here are ten hysterical examples of when things go wrong – or right, depending on your point of view!
Wow, that’s a long dog!
I guess he was never really ours to begin with…
I swear my wallet is in here somewhere!
Sometimes I think I identify too much with my dog. Maybe I should get some human friends?
The fish will never get away from this clever creature!
Just call me Jesus dog!
No, I swear he’s friendly!
We never have problems lighting the BBQ, Dusty just does it for us!
Commuting is such a dog’s life!
Maybe I shouldn’t have spent so much time watching dog videos online while I was pregnant?
How many watts does it take to toast a slice of bread? How many watts do you think you work out at?
Lance Armstrong would work out for long periods at 450 watts to build endurance. It takes 700 watts to toast a slice of bread. Can olympic track cyclist Robert Förstemann get up to the watts necessary to toast bread? Even with 29 inch thighs it’s a herculean effort! Watch the video:
Does the world really need a cheetah robot? After watching this video I have to yes! Even though it looks more like a sheep to me, the science behind it is awesome, and to watch it clear the hurdles is incredible.
Photo: Haewon Park, Patrick Wensing, and Sangbae Kim
In a leap for robotic development, the MIT researchers who built a robotic cheetah have now trained it to see and jump over hurdles as it runs — making this the first four-legged robot to run and jump over obstacles autonomously. “A running jump is a truly dynamic behavior. You have to manage balance and energy, and be able to handle impact after landing. Our robot is specifically designed for those highly dynamic behaviors,” said Sangbae Kim, an assistant professor of mechanical engineering at MIT.
The robotic cheetah plans out its path just a human runner would. It estimates the height and distance of the object it’s approaching, decides on the best position to jump and exerts the force needed to leap over the object and land safely. In case anybody is contemplating going to MIT for college, you should.
Bill Nye does his best to explain the Universe as it pertains to white women in this hilarious video.
Bill Nye unveils new information that suggests that the universe has the ability to communicate directly with white women.
In case, you don’t know Bill’s TV persona is a tall and slender scientist wearing a blue lab coat and a bow-tie.He mixes the serious science of everyday things with fast-paced action and humor. He has a half hour show that features “Nye Laboratories”, which has many “of science” contraptions that are props that he uses to enlighten and entertain.
In this great video called, Inside Amy Schumer – The Universe – Uncensored, he sets forth an interesting theory that is hilarious!
An old pastel-colored postcard come to life. The filmmaker Claude Frisse-Greene made a series of travelogues in the 1920’s using the color process his father William, a famous cinematographer created. He takes us on a tour of a London of yore, replete with open topped double deckers and the odd horse and cart. Despite the fact that London has been a bustling city for hundreds of years one is struck by how calm it seems compared to now.