The mysterious Russian numbers station UVB-76 has once again given us pause to once again wonder what the strange transmission could mean. A few months ago the station reportedly went offline for an extended period of time sparking fears that something in the world was about to happen. Those fears came and then subsided when the station once again began transmitting its mysterious pulse. But for the first time in quite a while the station began transmitting numbers.
Numbers stations first came around at the early stages of the cold war with mysterious short wave radio transmissions that would appear to be entirely nonsensical. And yet they sprang up in every nation showering the airwaves with transmissions that could be described as anywhere from disturbing to downright frightening. The sinister stations have never been completely cracked according to official channels, but even if they had been decoded this information would likely be kept secret. And one of the most interesting and perplexing numbers stations is UVB-76, which has been continuously pulsing out 20 seconds of audio every minute along with a few other cryptic messages.
On August 2nd, the UVB-76 blog noted that three signals were attempting to occupy the same bandwidth space as UVB-76, but exactly why is unknown. Of the three signals, one notably was using dense data bursts which could have been interpreted by a machine to mean something, but to the ear the information sounded like someone running their fingernails over a vinyl record. There was also at this point morse code transmitting at the upper band of UVB-76’s transmission. Though the station itself wasn’t completely knocked out by this, it was interfering with the signal itself.
Listen to it on your radio: Frequency 4625 kHz (AM suppressed lower sideband)
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Read more: Unexplainable.net
NASA officials and astronomers worldwide are all expressing concerns as their collective research indicates the Sun, which has been in a comparative slumber for the past 10 years, is waking up and ramping up for a Solar
Max. Already, solar storms from the current cycle has generated massive flares, which hit the Earth this month, causing it to light up spectacularly. According to NASA, this is just a precursor of a massive solar storm which is building, which has the potential to wipe out the Earth’s electrical power grid, GPS tracking systems, and communications networks. This would certainly result in worldwide chaos.
A Solar Max is a super solar storm that could hit the Earth like a bolt of lightening with the magnitude of a global hurricane or earthquake. Liken to the “Hurricane Katrina for the Earth,” as the sun enters a phase known as Solar Cycle 24, the theory claims sunspots travel through the sun on a conveyors belt which carry the magnetic fields through the sun. When they hit the surface of the sun they explode as sunspots and these weakened magnetic fields travel back through the sun’s core to recharge. This process generally happens on a roughly 40-50 year cycle, however, according to solar physicist David Hathaway, the conveyor belt began speeding up between 1986 thru 1996, creating the collection of lots more magnetic fields, which points to more intense future activity. The magnetic fields swept up during this stage should begin to reappear as big sunspots between 2010 and 2012. It has been estimated it could cause $1 to 2 trillion dollars in damage to our digitally reliant high-tech infrastructure and could take up to 10 years for us to completely recover from.
Read more: Associated Content
If we trust pilots to carry us through the air safely, and to guard our nation’s skies, then why can’t we trust what they tell us about their encounters with unidentified flying objects?
That’s the question posed by investigative journalist Leslie Kean in her new book, “UFOs: Generals, Pilots and Government Officials Go on the Record.” It’s a compelling question — but is it a good argument for the existence of something truly unexplainable?
The book’s main themes are the extraordinary stories of strange aerial encounters in Europe, South America and even the United States. In these stories, investigators have failed to pinpoint phenomena to explain the sightings. And because the primary witnesses are pilots, the accounts are considered more credible than run-of-the-mill UFO reports. But are they really?
Kean asserts that pilots are the best describers of aerial phenomena. “They represent the world’s best-trained observers of everything that flies,” she writes. “What better source for data on UFOs is there?… [They] are among the least likely of any group of witnesses to fabricate or exaggerate reports of strange sightings.”
This may sound like a plausible assumption, but others who have studied the raw evidence disagree. Experienced UFO investigators realize that pilots, who instinctively and quite properly interpret visual phenomena in the most hazardous terms, are not dispassionate observers. For pilots, a split-second diagnosis can be a matter of life or death — and so they’re inclined to overestimate the potential threats posed by what they see.
Read the full article: MSNBC
No one knows where this diamond shaped UFO was filmed or who filmed it but the UFO event seen in in the video below is believed to have taken place in the last two months. The clip is doing the rounds of the Internet at the moment and confounding researchers and UFO enthusiasts alike. The craft seen in the video appears to be emitting some type of red matter.
Recently a number of high profile organizations and individuals have come forward and let weight to the belief that UFOs are indeed visiting Earth and might well be the vehicles of extraterrestrial beings.
Renown American theoretical physicist Michio Kaku recently noted that he believes there is good chance a small percentage of UFO sightings might well be of craft of ET/alien origin.
Source: All News Web