U.S. Navy Declassifies 3 UFO Videos aka The Truth is Out There

When I started this blog some 10 plus years ago I chose a title that meant something to me, it is clearly a mixture of sci-fi entertainment and real life “sci-fi.”  Since I was a kid outerspace and Star Wars was a fascination… it was for every boy born in my generation.  I was 5 and 8 years old when Empire and Jedi came out, those were some real shaping and developing years for a boy so it is no wonder I also have a obsession with Roswell, aliens and UFOs.

This week, sort of quietly the U.S. Navy and the Pentagon declassified 3 videos of UFO encounters.  This is not the government saying they are alien spaceships, this is they acknowledging these are simply unidentified crafts crossing path with our aircrafts.

Tom DeLonge has been at the forefront for several years getting people to notice these videos, trying to get officials on the record about what we are seeing, this week was the first time the government said, “yes the videos are real and yes they can from in flight recordings of our fighter jets.”  The videos were out there for 3 years hearing the validation seems to be a huge step in the direction of disclosure for an organization that has always denied any knowledge of UFO existence to the public.  While they are again not saying it is of unearthly origin, they are atleast beginning to share information and validate or authenticate what some feel is evidence.

If anything can come out of this pandemic we are currently experiencing it is that for the most part people can handle and manage these events.  The streets are not burning, the National Guard does not need to patrol the downtown areas to stop store looting.  People have been mostly peaceful and orderly through this situation, maybe now is the time to drop the news bombs if in fact they have concrete evidence.

Here is a link to the videos:  https://www.military.com/daily-news/2020/04/27/navy-declassifies-its-notorious-ufo-sighting-videos.html

Einstein: Science’s Fixed Constant.

When it comes to most topics in life: medicine, nutrition, technology or even social structure our views change and evolve or even become more progressive. We are today learning, because of COVID-19, just how important funding research into super viruses can be to our society not as a nation or a community but on a global scale.

In mid-January while half of America was stressed over a potential conflict with Iran, worrying we may be on the brink of war and possibly dragging the rest of the world along with us, a silent threat was just starting to lurk.

By February their was mounting evidence that we could be facing our first epidemic since the Spanish Flu but there was such a feeling of invincibility in our Nations we were all like that popular feeling of being 12 years old, “It won’t happen to me (us).”

Finally by March realization set in the the world seen something no one would have ever imagined. Everyone hiding inside, hoarding and taking shelter. Not from nuclear threat of a Global Conflict, but from fear of a virus. Continue reading

HUVr: People Would Lose Their Minds

BOOK REVIEW: ‘Feedback’ by Peter Cawdron

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“Twenty years ago, a UFO crashed into the Yellow Sea off the Korean Peninsula. The only survivor was a young English-speaking child, captured by the North Koreans. Two decades later, a physics student watches his girlfriend disappear before his eyes, abducted from the streets of New York by what appears to be the same UFO.

Feedback will carry you from the desolate, windswept coastline of North Korea to the bustling streets of New York and on into the depths of space as you journey to the outer edge of our solar system looking for answers.  -From Amazon”

Its easy and very common to say a new title is an artist’s best work, and when I say artist I am including any of the arts: music, movies and writing. Is it really the case? Probably no. After the initial newness wears off you usually go back to an artists previous work as the place to gauge their future works quality. I won’t tell you that ‘Feedback’ is Peter Cawdron’s best work, I will only yell you that you will find yourself reading his books and weighing their quality against this title.

Cawdron has given us several great novelas in the past two or three years and his stroytelling and science has always been what made his work unique and wonderful. ‘Feedback’ added a new element, depth. Before that sounds like an insult, consider that for a work to really be better than others you have to identify a quantifying trait.

I don’t know the method to Cawdron’s writing process, but in the past he has written wonderful stories with character’s in them. I typically finish them and remeber the story and the characters are just a vehicle to advance the story. Most of the time I don’t remember their names as the story was more than the character. Again, not an insult. Lots of authors write stories and the events of the tale are better than the characters, sometimes the book is about the story you tell, not the people who experience the events in the book.

In ‘Feedback,’ Cawdron built an experience that could not work without the characters he created, this is truely the “Story of Jason” and when you are done reading you don’t wish that the story was longer, you want to write to Peter Cawdron and tell him to write another story about what happened to Jason, Lily and Prof Lochan. The connection he creates between character and reader is deep and unforgiving. Unforgiving? Yes, you need to read the book.

If your first thought is that I am implying Cawdron wrote a book about one character rather than his signature story served with a side of science, you are wrong. Beyond the synopsis attached to this book written by the author I don’t want to really mention the story because of potential spoilers and unintended plot reveals that could ruin the twists and turns of the book. Continue reading

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