Discussion in 'UFOs & Sightings' started by nivek, Feb 9, 2019.
In the meantime, how about a nice t-shirt?...
...... if it has a gift shop ..... just saying ........
Here's an interesting exchange Lue's response was to the thread beginning with this first post:
And for only $20 you can know the truth too.
Well, it's free if you subscribe to the Paracast at the right level!
STOP THE PRESSES!
As Deep Throat from the X-Files said....
Theyve been making the documentary for 7 years. You want them to put it out for free?
James Fox's UFO documentaries are usually the highest quality ive seen on this area. Hes certainly in a whole another league than Jeremy "Cringe" Corbell or Juhan Af Grann from my country. IMO its usually worth the money.
TTSA has nothing to do with the production of the film either, as least as far as I know...Lue Elizondo was giving a review of the film and doesn't have any stake in it...
There is a thread about the movie here, a friend is sharing it with me, so I'll likely watch it in the next couple days...I've read some reviews on twitter of the movie, it sounds interesting although doesn't sound like there's going to be many new revelations for those who keenly follow all things UFO...
The Phenomenon 2020
Sell your soul for a free movie?...lol
You're right. It appeared in this TTSA thread which I tend to not take too seriously and I wasn't paying enough attention. Knee jerk mockery, very Klassy. Thought it was some schlock offering from them, or something with a connection like a Corbell film.
I am more than a bit saturated with this stuff and probably wouldn't buy or rent it, but with an alternative I'll take a look.
Ray hit a grand slam here, even within UFO twitter its blatantly obvious...
He nailed it......
Gotta say I agree with Mick on this one and I rarely ever do that.
My UFO research observations point towards UFOs pumping monochromatic laser like light, of varying frequencies, into the skin of the UFO's hull to probably create warp drive inside the material.
If you watch "The Phenomenon" at 1:17:56 Dr. Jaques Vallee brings his UFO samples to Stanford School of Medicine for microbiologist Garry Nolan, PhD to put them into the vacuum chamber of Multi Parameter Ion Beam Imager and do the analysis. Garry Nolan then reports that he never had seen such material, because material consists of 253 isotopes, assembled atom by atom, while 'normal' materials we know consist of just 80 elements from a periodic table. That's mostly because the majority of isotopes are unstable and they decay into 'normal' elements relatively fast.
Now I found this related article that points towards possible reasons why UFO hull's skin has so many isotopes. Scientists at Oak Ridge National Laboratory were looking for a way to increase the efficiency of solar cells. Solar cells are very similar to the hull of UFOs in the sense that Sun's EM energy is pumped into solar cell panels. In both cases, one would want to reduce the amount of pumped energy that is wasted on heating up and maximize pumped energy that goes into useful work.
What Oak Ridge Lab's scientists discovered is that if they use isotopes that doubles up the atomic nuclei's inertia. Essentially, more neutrons you add to nuclei heavier nuclei becomes, and thermal phonons shake atom much less because of increased inertia. That might be the reason why genuine pieces of UFO hulls have so many isotopes. Just to increase efficiency of EM energy transfer for whatever purpose they are doing it.
Boosting Efficiency of Next-Gen Solar Cells by Blocking Vibrations That Remove Heat – SciTechDaily
Perhaps related to defence against energy weapons?
It's cool to see isotopic engineering finding human applications beyond atom bombs and fission reactors. But you misunderstood that segment in Phenomenon: Vallee was simply pointing out that a sample under investigation revealed deliberate utilization of specific isotopes (for unknown reasons). That indicates a type of technology that draws upon the 284 stable isotopes in nature, rather than the crude chemical technology of modern human civilization which does not (for the most part) exploit the individual nuclear properties of the 284 stable isotopes. Today our "palette" for engineering materials is almost exclusively limited to the chemical properties of the 80 stable elements. He wasn't saying that all of those isotopes were found in one sample; he was just talking about the larger toolkit of a more advanced civilization than our own.
Human tech is only beginning to find applications for specific isotopes - in time we'll learn how to engineer the quantum wavefunction of materials from the nuclear level, to the chemical level, to the bulk topological level, to produce all kinds of effects that we know nothing about yet. We have no idea what we might be able to achieve with that level of mastery of matter - but apparently spacetime propulsion becomes possible at that level of advancement. I would love to know how that becomes possible, but I would think that we'd have to have a more advanced physics to make sense of it; a grand unified theory...which continues to elude us.
That's the image directly from the 3D Imager. Each spike is in the horizontal chart is one isotope. Here is a transcript of the conversation:
microbiologist Garry Nolan, Ph.D.: "This device is Multi-Parameter Ion Beam Imager ... Just one spot and the isotopic composition all the way across ..." showing with his hand across the whole spectrometer chart.
Voice over switches to commentator: "No matter where he looked in the sample's jumble of elements. Weather magnesium, iron, nickel or titanium the ratio of isotopes didn't make any sense"
Garry Nolan, Ph.D.: "If you are talking about an advanced material from an advanced civilization, you are talking about something that I'll just call it 'ultra-material', right. It's something which has properties where somebody has ... where putting it together at atomic scale. We are building our world with 80 elements, somebody else is building their world with 253 different isotopes. I intend to use the information to try to build something, to try to understand physical principle that we don't know today."
If microbiologist Garry Nolan is not seeing drastically more isotopes in the sample, than one would normally expect, how would he draw conclusion that alien civilization is using 253 isotopes? True, he never specifically says how many isotopes are there in the apparently metallic sample, but where is he getting the idea about 253 isotopes if not from the sample?
Experimentally confirmed idea that isotopes can be used to dampen thermal oscillations perfectly matches with other observations that UFOs are pumping the hull with EM radiation to cause gravitational change. Clues come from witness observations of alien spacecraft and their spacesuits. EM radiation that UFOs pump into the hull is directly proportional to the energy potential of the crafts, hovering at low altitude when red/orange, moving fast at high altitude when bluish/white. Similar applies to their spacesuits.
Few years back, while we are TheParacast.com forum, you came up with a paper that talked about (if I remember correctly) creating negative energy or negative gravity (?) by pumping a metamaterial with EM waves.
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