UAP eXpeditions

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  1. nivek

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    Tis true, I've been known to say some silly things sometimes and post some dumb stuff before lol...

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    You know you have made the bigtime when the knuckleheads you have never heard of start dropping your name.
     
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    Yeah its getting beyond just being silly shit the way they are giving this serious consideration and pushing this whale song attraction and some of the TTSA fans are like glue to this whale/tictac/orb 3-way...I'm still waiting for the cosmic trickster to get mentioned, surely if they are saying w29 that maybe the whale recording tricked some AI x3 its only a matter of time when the god Loki starts getting some of the blame for this...

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    So this is sounding even more nuts, tictacs are following whale migrations now?...

     
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    Can't blame the whales for screwing with humans.
     
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    That's not the dangerous kind of red shirt, right? I mean, do they even sell that kind? Who would wear one?
     
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    Silicon Valley startup assembles A-Team of scientists, ex-military and venture capitalists to hunt and study UFO's

    UAP eXpeditions hopes to track UFO's off California's coast


    When Kevin Knuth was invited to join a professional scientific team to hunt down and study UFO’s, he didn’t even hesitate to accept the offer.

    Why would he? He’s been interested in these strange unexplained phenomena for most of his life — going back to his youth when he watched “In Search Of,” with Leonard Nimoy, and back to his graduate student days when a professor of his mentioned how UFO’s had been causing air traffic issues for a nearby ICBM nuclear base.

    “You don't have something stupid like that, that persists for literally 60 years straight from the 1960s to today,” Knuth says. “There is evidence these things exist and scientists should be studying them.”

    Knuth used to work at NASA Ames in California studying exo-planets. He’s done a lot of work with machine learning, quantum information, quantum mechanics, and even robotics over the years. Today he is a physics professor at the University of Albany, New York.

    Some of his published papers and columns have titles like “Estimating Flight Characteristics of Anomalous Unidentified Aerial Vehicles” and “Are we alone? The question is worthy of serious scientific study.”

    So, between his life-long interest in the cosmos and his professional experience studying them, it’s clear why Kevin Day reached out to recruit him for his new startup: UAP eXpeditions. Knuth was the perfect candidate for the job; an ideal addition to Day’s growing team of venture capitalists, Silicon Valley entrepreneurs, ex-military officials and scientists who are determined to find and study Unidentified Arial Phenomena — aka UAP’s (which are exactly the same thing as UFO’s).

    “[Day] wanted to put together an expedition, to go look for these things and he wanted to have some scientists onboard to assist with that,” Knuth recalls. “I thought that was a very interesting idea.”

    Interesting, indeed. Knuth had been invited on a quest; on a mission to study, what many believe to be alien technology (and maybe even life) here on Earth.

    That’s just one theory, though. Some people think these things are from the future; others say they’re from another dimension entirely, and still others claim that they’re coming from the deep oceans, from an Atlantas-like civilization.

    No one has a clue. All that’s known for certain, is that these UAP’s are real; they’ve been captured on FLIR cameras by US Navy fighter pilots. The government has admitted that these things exist and regularly interfere with their air-space. We know that there are thousands of videos of UAP’s, from around the world without any explanation about what they’re doing, how they work, where they come from, or what they are.

    Which is twhat UAP eXpeditions hopes to change, according to Knuth. The venture is entirely devoted to finding these things, studying them and publishing their results for the world to see.

    That’s huge. Up until now, this has been something that the government has had sole control over: our knowledge of and ability to study UAP’s (UFO’s, whatever). They’ve had secret programs going on for decades, that are exclusively meant for UAP research — and whatever they find, gets locked away in a classified folder.

    But The People want answers. And now, the free-market is taking things into its own invisible hands. This private startup, UAP eXpeditions, is taking the reins of UAP research and they’re going to get some answers.

    Hopefully.

    A breaking levy

    2019 has been a watershed year for UAP enthusiasts.

    Both Bob Lazar and Commander David Fravor spoke on the Joe Rogan podcast, detailing their first-hand experiences with [alleged] extra-terrestrial technology. Millions of internet weebs pledged to storm Area 51 and things got tense. Then, the Navy conceded that the leaked FLIR videos of UAP’s were, in fact, real.

    It seems as though the levy is breaking, with regards to this once-laughed-at phenomena. Whether it’s intentional or not, we’re going through what might be described as “soft disclosure” — a slow, gradual unveiling of one of the greatest mysteries of our time. Videos, photos and information is leaking through the government’s dam of secrets and spreading and people are starting to ask more serious questions. Questions like: What are these things doing here? And, why isn’t anybody actually studying them?

    “It's not acceptable to have prominent scientists on TV who basically throw their hands up and say, ‘Well, that could be anything.’” Says Knuth. “Figure out what it is! That's our job. That’s what science does.”

    When an unexplained mystery presents itself, scientists should be the first to leap at the opportunity to get to the bottom of it, instead of brushing it off as woo-woo bullshit. Knuth is right: this is a legitimate mystery that deserves legitimate research.

    Fighter jets, UAP’s and grey whales

    In 2004 Commander David Fravor encountered a tic-tac shaped UAP while doing Navy training exercises off the coast of San Diego.

    He was directed by the USS Princeton’s radio operator, Kevin Day, to investigate a strange areal phenomenon. Fravor, along with another pilot, hopped into their F16 fighter jets and took off to go check it out.

    The ensuing engagement has gone down in history as one of the strangest stories in US Naval history: The Nimitz encounter.

    “When they arrived, they didn't see the UAP at first, but they did see a disturbance in the water,” Knuth recounts. The disturbance, according to Fravor, resembled a submerged 737 airliner. “Their impression was that it might be a downed aircraft.”

    That’s when they noticed it: A small, white tic-tac shaped craft flying back and forth over the submerged object. Fravor descended to check it out, and the UAP, that tic-tac thing, ascended to meet him.

    It’s an incredible and wild story — and it’s backed up by video footage. When Fravor finally returned to the USS Nimitz, confused and perturbed by what he’d seen, another pilot went out to go capture some FLIR camera footage of the thing.

    That footage has puzzled people around the globe since it was released in 2018.



    Kevin Day, the founder of UAP eXpeditions and the radio operator who sent Fravor out to investigate that strange craft, had been watching these things on the radar for a while when that incident occurred. Knuth says that Day had tracked around 100 of these things over a two-week period and described them as “migrating” south. They seemed to be moving from Catalina Island to Guadalupe Island, according to Day.

    “When he said the word ‘migrate,’ that kind of resonated with me,” says Knuth. When he had worked for NASA Ames, he’d flown over the Pacific coast many times and he had likewise seen 747-shaped objects down in the water. But it wasn’t planes — it was whales. Gray whales that migrate annually, along the exact same route that these UAP’s are reportedly following; through the same patch of ocean that Fravor was flying over.

    “So I thought: well, Maybe these things are actually studying whales. Maybe that's what they're doing,” says Knuth. They clearly weren’t interested in the Nimitz. They weren’t trying to engage aircraft or other ships. “So the question is: what the hell are they doing?”

    Studying whales? Perhaps.

    It’s just a theory, though, Knuth says. Just one hypothesis that he and the rest of the team at UAP eXpeditions plans on putting to the test when they finally hit the high seas in search of UAP’s.

    UAP eXpeditions: The plan

    So where does one start, when going out to hunt for UFO’s? How do you make a plan to track and study one the most elusive phenomena on the planet?

    You start with satellite images, says Knuth.

    “We're going to first look at and monitor those regions that we're interested in with satellites to see if indeed the UAP’s are still present,” Knuth says. “And then, if we can find them, discern where would be the best place to park our research vessel.”

    Analyzing so much satellite imagery will take time, though. They’ll start this next spring, and whenever they’re done with that, they’ll enter the second phase of the study: field research.

    For that second phase, they’re planning on outfitting a research vessel with FLIR cameras, HD cameras, radar, a light bank that one of Knuth’s associates constructed (specifically to communicate with/draw the attention of the UAP’s), and a lot of other scientific tools.

    And they don’t just want to find these things, they are actually going to try and attract them.

    “That expedition, its purpose will basically be to obtain ground truth, to see from the ground what our satellites are actually picking up.”

    It would be the first expedition of its kind (at least, from the private sector). And the data that they collect could change our perspective about our place in the universe.

    “Whatever we learn is going to be published in scientific journals. We're going to do science,” Knuth says, firmly. “Hopefully we can actually collect some useful data and we can learn something from that. That would be very exciting.”

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    Curiosity As A Time Capsule
    By Deep Prasad

    Over the past few months, I have helped establish what is essentially an evolution of SETI. The organization, called UAP Expedition Group, is dedicated to studying Unidentified Aerial Phenomenon (UAPs) for signs of Extraterrestrial Intelligence. The first expedition we will be embarking on is to a known hotspot for UAPs displaying technology centuries ahead of ours. Many of the observed characteristics defy fundamental laws of physics such as energy conservation. The kind of UAP we are tracking was detected by multiple sensors across different spectra and its existence visually confirmed by a top gun pilot and his crew with a collective thousands of hours of flight time among them. Recently, the US Navy officially acknowledged that a video of this unknown flying object filmed by shocked Navy pilots is indeed authentic.

    The object, a 50 foot long cylinder with no wings, rotor blades or detectable propulsion system, was able to travel 31 times the speed of sound and stop instantly, defying our laws of physics as we know it since the violation of energy conservation in such a manner should be impossible. It then hovered over the water and proceed to toy with the world’s best pilots flying some of the most advanced fighter jets available at the time. This case has been covered frequently by the NYT, Times, CNN, Fox, Popular Mechanics, Futurism and many non-western media outlets in the past 18 months. A little known fact about these kinds of incidents is that they have increased in number and their behaviour in restricted military airspace has been described as increasingly “brazen” by the former 3rd highest ranking intelligence official for the United States Government, Christopher Mellon. Joining me on the expedition in hopes to study this phenomenon is the CEO of our group. His name is Kevin Day, he was the radar operator that tracked a cumulative total of 100 of these UAPs over the span of 2 weeks in 2004.

    Also part of our organization is former NASA scientist and current professor of Physics Dr.Kevin Knuth, NASA-trained commercial astronaut and quantum physicist Christopher Altman, FLIR engineer David Mason, Optical Physicist Bruce Maccabee, former Navy Chief Master-at-Arms Sean Cahill as well as Engineer and Petty Officer 3rd Class Gary Voorhis. Sean and Gary were also both present along with Kevin Day during the 2 weeks the UAP of interest and its accompanying fleet were tracked and observed.

    This is not the entire core group. But it paints a clear picture: Our effort is one of an extremely interdisciplinary nature. We will investigate and get to the bottom of what is going on to the best of our ability. If it’s true that there are unidentified craft centuries ahead of what we have, with virtually no regard for our laws and wishes, we should damn well investigate. We should know anything and everything about such a technology. If not for the obvious potential of it being a threat, then for the arguably more important possibility of making incredible breakthroughs in a short amount of time through studying what scientific and engineering principles allow for these UAPs to exist. If it turns out that a secret group of humans has surpassed every country, military capability and private industry on the planet by an insurmountable leap, we will report it.

    To make matters more complicated, UAPs are known to actively mask their signatures, are too fast to physically catch, and have seemingly superior reconnaissance abilities. Some are even reported to have mastered certain psychotronic weapon capabilities such as directly extracting information a person has stored mentally in their mind only. As hard as it is to believe, the UAP we are trying to study seemed to have demonstrated this exact capability. Such technology if it exists, is far out of reach for modern neuroscience.

    Finally, UAPs move without any observable propulsion signature. When a bullet is fired, or a rocket, or a car moving forward, there is always a force that needs to be generated in the opposite direction of where the body needs to go. This is something Newton regarded as obvious and Universal, and is part of Newton’s laws of motions. If I push a cart, it moves forward. If I don’t add any force at all, it goes nowhere. This is somehow not the case for UAPs which are able to move forward without anything pushing them. This is revolutionary. If we could replicate this ability, we would no longer need oil or any other fuel source that would pollute the environment. A source of transportation that does not harm the climate would go a long way to solving and preventing climate change disasters to say the least.

    Today I am curious. I am curious how anyone, human or not, can pull off such mind bending advancements in Science. I am also curious about who is pulling this off, where they are from and what their motivations are. Normally time capsules store physical objects representing the past. This article is a time capsule for the mind instead. I would like to store my best predictions on what the investigation into UAPs will bring, and not just thanks to our group but the efforts of multiple groups like ours:

    1. We will discover that we are not alone in the Universe.
    2. This will become a household fact at some point in the next 5–10 years. Some will naturally debate this no matter how much science and evidence is presented. After all, we still have Flat Earthers even today.
    3. We will discover that the engineers of these advanced technologies are not human, but also NOT extraterrestrials as we define it.
    4. We will find that words like extraterrestrial, ultra-terrestrial and inter-dimensional are all inaccurate descriptions of what the beings behind these UAPs really are. From what I have seen in terms of data, the answer seems like it is going to be complicated if not downright impossible for us to fully grasp with our current knowledge of Physics and Philosophy.
    5. We will discover that an unfortunate amount of Human mythology and folklore is a result of intelligent nonhumans messing with us with holographic technology for some unknown reason.
    6. We will find out much, much more about ourselves and who and what we really are.
    7. Such revelations will shock virtually every sentient person alive. Depressing some, while freeing others (I would wager most..).
    8. We will eventually communicate, human civilization to Alien civilization, for lack of a better word, once enough humans are psychologically ready for first contact.
    9. UAPs will be formally recognized as a valid PhD and Masters topic in the fields of Quantum Information, Quantum Gravity, Condensed Matter Physics, High Energy Physics, Sociology, History, Literature, Engineering and even Biology.
    10. Sometimes the things we can’t change, end up changing us.
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    Whale expedition? OK. That's nice.
     
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    A couple of physics professors, an armorer and a former radar specialist charter a boat. Sounds like a lame joke.

    Gets better - they're headed to the spot where 15 years ago a UFO was seen in the water and they want to use their collective expertise to ask the fishes of the sea what's up. And whales.

    Just wanted to make sure I got that straight.
     
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    Looks like they have competition...



     
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    Sorry pal, that's a standard red cannon fodder shirt, not the darker type worn by command staff. Hope you upped your life insurance!
     
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    UAP Expeditions’ Deep Prasad makes bold predictions on discoveries

    MYSTERY WIRE — A “time capsule of the mind” from physicist Deep Prasad serves as a sort of mission statement for a deep exploration of technology related to unexplained UFO sightings off the West Coast of the United States.

    Prasad, vice president of technology for UAP Expedition Group and CEO at ReactiveQ, expects big things to happen in the next 5 to 10 years. The synopsis of what he is trying to do appears on Medium.com.

    He predicts: “We will discover that we are not alone in the Universe.” But he goes far beyond that. Before he even lists 10 points that he intends to explore, he hints at an agenda to uncover truths he seeks.

    If it turns out that a secret group of humans has surpassed every country, military capability and private industry on the planet by an insurmountable leap, we will report it.

    His predictions suggest he has a different understanding of what extraterrestrial life means, using the term alien “for lack of a better word.”



    Mystery Wire previously reported the emergence of UAP Expedition Group on the UFO research scene. The makeup of the group includes personnel who were aboard the USS Princeton at the time of the “Tic Tac” UFO report, which was reported by the New York Times in December 2017 and acknowledged as “real” by the U.S. Navy earlier this year. Navy Commander Dave Fravor’s account of a visual sighting in 2004 off the coast near San Diego has launched interest in UFO understanding.

    The group told vice.com it intends to explore the technology to revolutionize travel.

    The website punkrockandufos.com interviewed Prasad in June. He explained his interest in the topic then. The article declares: “The young star of innovation is also an avid UFO advocate; he’s one of us.”


     
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    Deep Prasad – Contact and UAP Expeditions
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    I’ll admit that I was not impressed with Deep Prasad when he burst on the UFO scene earlier this year. On Thanksgiving Day (in the U.S.) he tweeted a narrative about a very strange, vivid daytime experience he had with apparent non-human entities on February 1st. At that point, I realized his quick conversion from a quantum computing entrepreneur to UFO player was due to this dramatic life-changing experience. Deep had already agreed to an interview over a week before this tweet was posted.

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    Prasad’s drawing of his experience.

    Our talk ranged from an explanation of the theories and applications of quantum computing (which are being pioneered by his company ReactiveQ), his feeling that the so-called “meta-materials” being touted around the internet as pieces of crashed UFOs may not be provable or useful, at least two other strange apparent “contact” episodes he has experienced, and the ideas behind the upcoming UAP Pattern Detection Expedition, which will attempt to attract and record evidence of UFO activity off the coast of Southern California in the same area as the famous Nimitz naval encounters of 2004.

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