Sexta-feira, 6 de Junho de 2008

Crop Circles

De certa maneira, os famosos Crop Circles deixaram de ser motivo de especulação quando surgiram grupos de individuos que afirmavam serem eles os autores das anomalias. E em Agosto de 2004 o National Geographic contactou John Lundberg, Rod Dickinson e Wil Russell para que estes demonstrassem à luz do dia como se fazia um Crop Circle. Estes foram os seus planos:

 

Esta foi uma das ferramentas usadas, uma espécie de régua de madeira:

 

Este foi o resultado conseguido após cinco horas de trabalho:

 

 

Conclusões:

  • Ficou provado que podem ser feitos Crop Circles, utilizando cálculos matemáticos e ferramentas simples.
  • É óbvio que existe uma grande percentagem de Crop Circles feitos pelo Homem. Vejam-se casos famosos como o Pac-Man e os do Greenpeace. Em 2000 um estudo concluiu que 80% dos Crop Circles do UK eram feitos pelo Homem.
  • No entanto, este Crop Circle demorou cinco horas a ser feito à luz do dia. Quanto tempo demoraria a ser feito durante a noite? Quanto tempo demoraria a ser feito o Crop Circle da imagem que se segue?

 

  • Também reparei que alguns Crop Circles surgiram perto de habitações. Ninguém daria conta? Não haveriam cães a ladrar? Agricultores de arma na mão?
  • O mais antigo relato de Crop Circles data de 1678.

 

  • Em 1880 houve uma investigação dos Crop Circles, levada a cabo por um cientista amador Rand Capron, que as atribuiu a causas meterológicas. Havia uma clara descrição dos padrões.

Ficando claro que muitos dos Crop Circles são produto de brincalhões ( hoaxers ), resta uma pequena percentagem que continua sem explicação. E que caracteristicas têm estes Crop Circles que permanecem um mistério?

 

 

1- Elongated apical plant stem nodes

 

2- Expulsion cavities in the plant stems

 

3-The presence of 10-50 micrometer diameter magnetized iron spheres in the soils, distributed linearly

Estas são características tecnológicamente dificeis ou mesmo impossíveis de reproduzir. O ponto 2, por exempo, implica que as plantas sejam  aquecidas por micro-ondas. Os hoaxers conseguiram reproduzir este fenómeno, mas falaharam ao tentar o terceiro. De qualquer das maneiras, julgo que não haveria tempo para acrescentar tais pormenores ao Crop Circle, tal como ficou demonstrado no documentário do Nat. Geo.

 

Mas não é tudo... Os estudiosos relatam ainda os seguintes fenómenos:

 

1- Efeitos  ( falhas ) em equipamento electrónico - relógios, telemóveis, etc. O que só poderá ser explicado por fortes campos electromagnéticos. Medições de 40-50 nano Teslas, dez vezes superiores ao nível de um campo normal.

 

2 - Um estudo ( dos fisícos nucleares Michael Chorost e Marshall Dudley ) demostrou que o solo em Crop Circles "genúinos"  continham quatro isotopos radioactivos  - vanadium, europium, tellurium e ytterbium. E não é tudo: "Tests conducted on soil from the Beckhampton July 31 formation yielded alpha emissions 198% above control samples, beta emissions 48% above, both of which seemed 'strikingly elevated,' since they were two to three times as radioactive as soil from outside the formation." Analyzed DNA samples from plants in another circle were found to be considerably more degraded than that of surrounding plants."

 

Para mim, continua a haver algo por explicar...

 

Também não deixa de ser estranho que os próprios Circlemakers tenham relatado algumas anomalias:

 


Amber Gambler

Whilst making what was at the time the most ambitious crop circle ever attempted Julian Richardson and his team were witness to a strange orange ball of light.

 

 

 

 

 


Aerial Anomaly (1)

Rod Dickinson describes how he inadvertently photographed a small white disk in 1991. The negatives were subsequently analysed by Ufologist Andy Collins.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Chibolton sighting

These photographs were taken on April 26th 1996 by Rod Dickinson at Chibolton Observatory after he was instructed to go there.

 

 

 

 

 

 


Aerial Anomaly (2)

One of four photographic anomalies photographed by Rod Dickinson at a crop circle site in Dorchester, Dorset in 1993.

 

 

 

 

Alien Lightforms

 

John Lundberg recalls several anomalies he and others witnessed whilst out making circles in Wiltshire.

 

 

 

 

 

Leia os artigos completos aqui - CIRCLEMAKERS

 

 

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Sexta-feira, 16 de Maio de 2008

UFO

 

 

«Desejamos que o governo norte-americano pare de perpetuar o mito segundo o qual há uma explicação terra a terra e convencional de todos os fenómenos OVNI. O nosso país deve reabrir a investigação oficial que abandonou em 1969», declarou, numa conferência de imprensa em Washington, Fife Symington, antigo governador do Estado do Arizona e ex-piloto da Força Aérea dos EUA, que alega ter testemunhado um objecto voador não identificado em 1997.

O apelo foi assinado por um grupo internacional de 19 pilotos, cientistas e responsáveis políticos, dos quais a maioria se deslocou à capital norte-americana para partilhar publicamente os seus 'contactos' com os OVNI.

«Cremos que, por razões de segurança nacional e aérea, cada país deveria esforçar-se por identificar qualquer objecto a circular no espaço aéreo», sublinharam as personalidades na declaração pública.

Entre as personalidades contam-se um piloto reformado da companhia Air France, que diz ter-se cruzado em 1994 com um «enorme disco voador» durante um voo Nice-Londres, um piloto-caça iraniano que conta ter tentado em vão atacar um OVNI em 1976 e um antigo responsável das autoridades norte-americanas da aviação acivil, ao qual lhe foi confiscada uma investigação sobre os OVNI e recuperada no Alasca em 1987.

Lusa

 

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Quarta-feira, 30 de Janeiro de 2008

Shag Harbour

 

Using letters one inch high the Halifax Herald of October 7,1967 informed its readers that two days earlier a UFO had crashed into the waters of the "Sound" adjacent to Shag Harbour, Nova Scotia on the east coast of Canada. As those of us that live here can attest, this was a startling headline for what was and still is a very conservative, provincially circulated, daily newspaper. The Herald informed the public that Laurie Wickens, the first of eleven people, had reported to the RCMP Detachment in Barrington Passage, Shelburne County on Nova Scotia's South Shore that an airliner or airplane had crashed into the Sound next to Shag Harbour late in the evening of October 4th.

Wickens and four of his friends were driving through the village of Shag Harbour on Highway 3 at a few minutes after 11 p.m. ADT when they spotted something unusual above and in front of their car. A large object flashing four sequential lights, amber coloured descended at a modest rate of speed at an angle of approximately forty five-degrees. From their vanatage point it looked like the object was going to go down into the waters of the Harbour.

Wickens endevoured to keep the object in sight while he drove his vehicle through the village and westward to the otherside whereupon at this point the UFO dissappeared behind some trees and a small hill. It was only a matter of seconds before he rounded a turn from behind the hill which brought him to right up to the Shore of "The Sound" a body of water adjacent to Shag Harbour.

Wickens drove onto the gravelled shore-side parking lot of an Irish Moss Plant. The five witnesses sprang from their car, ran to the water's edge and stood watching a "Dark Object" floating or hovering just above the water. The flashing lights had extinguished to be replaced with one pale, constant yellow light that appeared to be on top of the object located about eight or nine hundred feet from their position and drifting with the ebbtide. Records show and the witnesses have stated that on the night of October 4,1967 the night was cool and extremely clear with no moon. The winds were calm and the sky a blanket of stars.

Laurie Wickens' friends were as excited as himself. Concerned, they debated for a moment what to do. Wickens decided finally that rather than drive ten miles back to the RCMP detachment in Barrington Passage or wake up someone in the village, he would go a short distance west to the village of Wood's Harbour and use a pay telephone at a gas station. There he contacted RCMP Corporal Werbicki and reported that he saw a big airplane or small airliner crash into the Sound next to "the Harbour". The eighteen year old fisherman was surprised when Werbicki asked him if he had been drinking. Wickens denied this and was then told to hang up but to remain by the payphone.

Werbicki had a couple of constables over in that area and was about to contact them by radio when his phone rang once more and was informed by Mary Banks on Maggie Garron's Point, an area adjoining the "Sound" and Prospect Point at the western end of Shag Harbour, that she saw an airplane crash into the "Sound". That was enough for Werbicki. He contacted his constables, Ron O'Brien and Ron Pond and ordered them back to the detachment. Two more calls came in, one from a man in nearby Bear Point and another from two women over on Cape Sable Island 13 miles away, claiming she and another woman had seen the same thing. The man in Bear Point claimed he hear a whistle and a bang. Earlier one of Wickens' companions said she heard a whistling noise and a whoose. Corporal Werebicki called Wickens back,asking him to meet himself and the other Mounties at the Moss Plant.

Shortly before Laurie Wickens and his friends pursued the object through the village of Shag Harbour, two eighteen year old fishermen a few miles to the east of Shag Harbour were returning from a date with their girfriends on Cape Sable Island. They had just entered a portion of Highway 3 that runs across the base of Bear Point when the passenger, Norman Smith, pointed out to the driver, David Kendrick, an unusual object in the night sky hanging at a 45 degree angle pointing down toward Shag Harbour. They noted four to five amber or orange coloured lights flashing sequentially and what for a moment Norm thought might be the windows of an airliner. Dave Kendricks had to satisfy himself with only occasional glimpses of the object while driving along a narrow,twisting and hilly road bordered on either side by knarled and stunted, spruce trees blasted by years of nor'easters. They soon lost sight of the object behind the treeline in the direction of Shag Harbour some two miles distant.

Minutes later Dave dropped Norm off at his house and left, eager to get home to bed because he had an early start the next morning. Norm though was walking toward the house when he spotted the object again, this time nearly down to the "Harbour". He ran inside and pulled his father Wifred out to the front yard. He was intime to observe the object drop behind a small hill a short distance away. He agreed with Norm that it must have gone down into the "Harbour" and they decided to go there to see if there was anything they could do. Both men were sure it was an airliner in distress. Wifred hurried back inside to get dressed.

 

The distance between Highway 3 and the shoreline of the Sound at the Irish Moss Plant is about one hundred feet and affords an unobstucted view out into the "Sound"to the south. It is bound on the left by Maggie Garron's Point and Prospect point and to right by "the Outer Island" a three mile long by quarter mile wide strip of rock and sand covered by spruce trees and marsh grass. Between the two shores is the body of water, known as the "Sound", about two miles wide and four miles long and open to the Atlantic Ocean. Drifting placidly upon the "Sound"on a gentle swell about twelve hundred feet from the Moss Plant and a quarter mile east of Outer Island, was a "Dark Object".

Laurie Wickens and his friends stood once more on the shore and watched it. Moments later two RCMP cruisers crunched onto the gravel parking lot followed shortly after by Norm and Wifred Smith in their pickup. Everyone stood and watched for a moment. Werbicki had to have the object pointed out to him by Wickens, but eventually he too spotted the pale yellow light on the craft and the dark area below it which he figured was about sixty feet wide. Norm Smith estimated the height of the object to be about ten feet by measuring it against the height of a buoy called the "Budget Light" nearby.

Now that he could see it with his own eyes, Werbicki was concerned for survivors that might either be on the object or in the water. He gave orders for Constable Pond to start taking statements and to keep an eye on the light. He ordered Constable O'Brien to go to one of the houses nearby, contact by telephone the Rescue Coordination Center in Halifax, advise them of the situation and ask them to try and determine what aircraft might have gone in the waters here or if any were missing. In the meantime he was going to another house and call two of the local fishermen who had their own boats and get someone out there as soon as possible. But before they could leave one of the witnesses yelled that it was going down.

Everybody turned their attention to the "dark object". It was evident it was slipping under the waters of the Sound. The pale yellow light extinguished and the object disappeared from sight. Only five or six minutes had passed, barely enough time to react, and now there was no time left. Werbicki and O'Brien left the area to carry out their tasks.

 

Bradford Shand and Lawrence Smith, Norman Smith's uncle, were two of the first fishingboat owners contacted and each agreed immediatly to go to their boats berthed at the Government Wharf at the center of the village. Two of the Mounties, Werbicki and O'Brien split up, one each to a boat. Constable Pond was left to continue his interviews with the witnesses.

Young Norm Smith went out with Brad Shand while Wifred, his father, climbed aboard his brother Lawrence's boat. Within minutes they had cast off and were making to the west of the harbour, through the channel at Prospect Point and out onto the Sound.

In the lead, Lawrence Smith took a sighting on the "Budget Light" and began to run down on it. One mile out on the Sound they ran into the first evidence of the Dark Object they had watched from the shore, a 3 or 4 inch thick,glittery, yellow foam stretching down the Sound for a half mile and about two boat lengths or eighty feet wide. Bubbles roiled to the surface in places, and there was the smell of sulpher in the area.

Neither Lawrence Smith nor Bradford Shand were fussy about sailing through the stuff and expressed concerns about buoyancy. But their choices were limited. This was the area where the "airplane" went down and the most likely place for survivors. So with trepidation and a natural reluctance to finally come upon what all of them feared and believed was there, bodies and hopefully some survivors, they carried on their search. Nearly an hour later, still nothing had been found and now Coast Guard Cutter 101 arrived on site from its berth at Cape Sable Island some 15 miles away. It was nearly 12:45 A.M. Local and hope was fading fast for there being any survivors. Werbicki was called to the cabin on Shand's boat. Bradford handed him the mic from the vessel's marine band radio informing him that there was a message from the skipper of the Coast Guard Cutter, Ronnie Newell. Newell reported that he had just received a message from the Rescue Coordination Center the military manned facility in Halifax. All aircraft, both commercial and military were accounted for up and down the eastern seaboard of Atlantic Canada, and well down into New England and no private aircraft were reported missing or overdue.

Corporal Werbicki informed the others on his vessel and the word quickly spread through the now expanded flotilla of six small craft. No airplane had crashed here. That of course made the next question obvious to the searchers. If no airplane had crashed here, then what the hell were they looking for? What indeed.

The Air Desk in Ottawa, that sector of the Royal Canadian Air Force responsible for the gathering and investigation of UFO reports, tagged the sighting as the crash of a UFO and in other reports refer to it as a "dark object". The RCMP in their reports refer to the craft as a UFO. They had no choice for all other explanations for the event did not fit the scenario.

What ever crashed or "landed" in the waters near Shag Harbour was not a meteor, meteor train, space junk or any earthly vehicle. Even errant Soviet or American missile shots have been ruled out as has the possiblity of it being a dropped H-bomb as happened in the waters off Spain.

One thing is for certain. This event was probably the most documented case of a UFO crash in the history of UFO crashes and somehow got missed by UFO researchers over the years, despite the fact that as Case # 34 it was classed as one of the few unsolved cases in the infamous Condon Report. Like Roswell and the "dark object" this case sank into oblivion, not to resurface until Chris styles, later joined by myself, rediscovered it 26 years later. Now 30 years later and four years into the investigation, the evidence has grown to the point that we are certain that what happened at Shag Harbour was only the tip of the iceberg and the beginning of a seven day adventure involving two objects, the navy and airforces of two countries and NORAD.

But that is another story.

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Quinta-feira, 15 de Novembro de 2007

The Drake Equation

How can we estimate the number of technological civilizations that might exist among the stars? While working as a radio astronomer at the National Radio Astronomy Observatory in Green Bank, West Virginia, Dr. Frank Drake (now Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the SETI Institute) conceived an approach to bound the terms involved in estimating the number of technological civilizations that may exist in our galaxy. The Drake Equation, as it has come to be known, was first presented by Drake in 1961 and identifies specific factors thought to play a role in the development of such civilizations. Although there is no unique solution to this equation, it is a generally accepted tool used by the scientific community to examine these factors.

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Quarta-feira, 14 de Novembro de 2007

Citações...

Air Chief Marshal Lord Dowding, Commander-in-Chief of RAF Fighter Command during the Battle of Britain, made the following comment to the press in 1954:
 
"More than 10,000 sightings have been reported, the majority of which cannot be accounted for by any 'scientific' explanation... I am convinced that these objects do exist and that they are not manufactured by any nation on earth. I can therefore see no alternative to accepting the theory that they come from some extraterrestrial source." (Sunday Dispatch, London, July 11, 1954.) 
President Jimmy Carter, during his election campaign in May 1976:
 
" I am convinced that UFOs exist because I've seen one... " (The National Enquirer, June 8, 1976, "The Night I Saw a UFO." Statement confirmed by White House special assistant media liaison, Jim Purks, in an April 20, 1979 letter.) 
 
In October of '69, Jimmy Carter witnessed a UFO.  From "Above Top Secret" (book): During his election campaign of 1976 he told the following to reporters:
 
"It was the darndest thing I've ever seen. It was big, it was very bright, it changed colors and it was about the size of the moon.. We watched it for ten minutes, but none of us could figure out what it was. One thing's for sure, I'll never make fun of people who say they've seen unidentified objects in the sky.”
Professor Hermann Oberth, German rocket expert
 
"It is my thesis that flying saucers are real and that they are space ships from another solar system. I think that they possibly are manned by intelligent observers who are members of a race that may have been investigating our earth for centuries.” (Oberth H., "Flying Saucers Come From A Distant World," The American Weekly, October 24, 1954.)
 
"It is my conclusion that UFOs do exist, are very real, and are spaceships from another or more than one solar system. They are possibly manned by intelligent observers who are members of a race carrying out long-range scientific investigations of our earth for centuries." (UFO News, 1974.) 
Gordon Cooper, Astronaut (Mercury), November 9, 1978:

"I believe that these extra-terrestrial vehicles and their crews are visiting this planet from other planets, which obviously are a little more technically advanced than we are here on earth.”
 
“Every day, in the USA, our radar instruments capture objects of form and composition unknown to us. And there are thousands of witness reports and a quantity of documents to prove this.”
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Domingo, 12 de Agosto de 2007

UFO sightings bring town to a standstill

A crowd of 100 stunned stargazers brought a town centre to a standstill when five mysterious UFOs were spotted hovering in the sky.

 

Drinkers spilled out of pubs, motorists stopped to gawp and camera phones were aimed upwards as the five orbs, in a seeming formation, hovered above Stratford-Upon-Avon for half an hour.

The unidentified flying objects lit up the otherwise clear night sky above Shakespeare's birthplace in Warwickshire on Saturday.

 

 

The strange episode started just after 10.30pm, when the lights were seen hovering slowly over the town before three of them formed a triangular shape with one positioned just to the right.

A few minutes later a fifth came into view travelling towards the others at breakneck speed before slowing down and stopping a short distance away.

Sceptics dismissed the UFOs as nothing more than hot air balloons, fireworks or even lanterns which had broken loose from a local rugby club.

Others, however, claimed the speed and agility of the objects was unlike any known aircraft and said the odd movement, lack of noise and the length of time in the air discounted any man-made explanation.

Tom Hawkes, who captured these amazing images, spotted the lights during his girlfriend Kate Lyall's birthday at the One Elm pub.

He and the 15 other revellers were in the bar when they spotted some commotion outside.

Tom, 30, said: "We walked outside and there was at that time a growing crowd of about 60 people looking up at something in the sky.

"I saw this light appear, then three others. They came over our heads in formation but then manouvered into different positions.

"Three had formed a triangular shape and one was to the right. Then another one came hurtling towards the rest at what looked like a very fast speed. But as it neared them it suddenly slowed and stopped altogether.

"By this time more people had poured out onto the street. Two pubs had emptied, some people had come out of their houses and drivers slowed their cars.

"The objects were there for about half an hour. It was very eerie because they didn't make any sound and they stayed still before moving slowly beyond the horizon. There were no stars in the sky, just them.

"It was the most extraordinary thing I've ever seen and the way in which everyone gathered in the street to watch them reminded me of a scene from Independence Day."

The extraordinary scenes were also witnessed by some of the staff of the One Elm pub.

Chef Kern Griffiths, 26, said: "I saw five lights, we all thought they were hot air balloons at first because the glowing spheres looked like a burst of flames. But I couldn't see any outline of the balloon itself and they were travelling far too fast.

"Suddenly someone shouted 'look' and there were these bright dots fizzing across the sky.

"It was weird, they way they moved did look alien. Some people reckon they're fireworks but they were lit up in the sky for far too long, the local rugby club say they were lanterns that blew loose over the weekend but these objects were far too fast and too high up.

"They were unlike any aircraft I've seen. It's a mystery."

Hillary Potter from The British Earth Aerial Mystery Society (BEAMS) said they were being inundated with similar calls from across the country but said it was rare for such phenomena to be witnessed by so many people.

She said: "Such incidents have been on the increase recently. There are reports at the moment coming in from all over the country.

"We've had many reports of people seeing quite large unidentified objects in the skies. It's not going away, It seems these incidents are becoming more bold.

"People don't know what to do when they witness such sights and that's what we're here for. We take the reports very seriously."

A Mod Spokesman said: "The MoD does not have any expertise or role in respect of UFOs or flying saucer matters or to the question of the existence of extra terrestrial life forms, about which we remain totally open minded.

"I should add that to date the MoD knows of no evidence which substantiates the existence of these alleged phenomena. The MoD examines any reports of unidentified flying objects it receives solely to establish whether what was seen might have some defence significance.

"Namely whether there is any evidence that the UK air space might have been compromised by hostile or unauthorised foreign military activity.

"Unless there is evidence of a potential threat to the United Kingdom from an external military source, and to date no UFO report has revealed such evidence, we do not attempt to identify the precise nature of each sighting reported to us.

"We believe that rational explanations such as aircraft lights or natural phenomena could be found for them if resources were diverted for this purpose but its not the function of the MoD to provide this kind of aerial identification service."

Frankie Spray, from Wellesbourne Airfield, just outside Stratford, added: "The lights were nothing to do with us. None of our aircraft fly at night at this time of year.

"It's very bizarre but I've got no explanation as to what the lights were."

Birmingham Air Space which covers the skies over the town said they had not heard of any unusual activity showing up on the radar.

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Sexta-feira, 27 de Julho de 2007

China: Divulgada gravação de piloto que se cruzou com OVNI

A China divulgou, pela primeira vez, uma gravação de 1991 em que um piloto comercial comunica à torre de controlo do aeroporto de Xangai ter avistado um Objecto Voador Não Identificado (OVNI), noticiou hoje a imprensa estatal.

«Vejo um OVNI mesmo à minha frente», disse na gravação o piloto da antiga companhia Jinan Airlines, que hoje é parte da transportadora estatal China Eastern, de acordo com o jornal oficial Shanghai Daily.

«Está a movimentar-se muito depressa, libertando uma espécie de gás como fogo e transformando-se em dois objectos, uma bola e um cubo. Aparecem e desaparecem. Voltam e desaparecem outra vez», acrescentou o piloto.

O controlador aéreo pede-lhe depois que siga o objecto, mas o piloto responde que não consegue porque «voa demasiado rápido», afirma o jornal.

A 18 de Março de 1991, no mesmo dia em que decorria a comunicação entre o piloto e o controlador de tráfego aéreo, centenas de pessoas ligaram para um jornal local dizendo ter visto uma espécie de «bola de fogo vermelha» nos céus da cidade.

Um estudo de 2003 indica que um em cada cinco fenómenos de observação de OVNI são vistos por chineses, sendo que mais de metade da população acredita na existência destes objectos.

Liu Yan, investigador da Academia Chinesa de Ciências, referiu que 90% das visões são falsas devido à confusão com luzes de aviões.

As autoridades chinesas, que não simpatizam com este tipo de fenómenos paranormais, costumam censurar estas notícias na imprensa do país.

Diário Digital / Lusa

 

Boas noticias da China para variar... Mas os cépticos vão já contradizer, dizendo que a formação de bolas e cubos é... um balão atmosférico! Dos novos, claro... tipo transformers... Ou então um trauma sexual do piloto, que reflete assim na sua paranóia vários abusos que sofreu em criança...

 

Saiba mais aqui.

 

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Terça-feira, 17 de Julho de 2007

Quidzs S1 ( Ideias & Quintus ) 8

Qual o nome desta actriz?

 

 

Saiba mais AQUI

 

dificuldade 5 ( 0-5 )

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Terça-feira, 17 de Abril de 2007

Mistério de "Alien Uraliano" Alioshenka

 

 

Cientistas russos podem em breve revelar o mistério do "Alien Uraliano", uma pequena criatura achada perto da cidade de Kyshtym nos Montes Urais. Cientistas conduziram 5 séries de estudos laboratorias investigando amostras de DNA da criatura. Os vestígios do líquido biológico da criatura foram encontrados no tecido em que foi envolvido o corpo de "alien". O último estudo conduzido por um Instituto de Medicina Legal de Moscou revelou resultados sensacionais.

"Um gene descoberto nas amostras de DNA não corresponde com nenhum gene pertencente aos humanos ou a macacos antropóides", disse Vadim Chernobrov, um coordenador do centro público de pesquisa Kosmopoisk.

"Nenhuma amostra de genes disponível no laboratório corresponde ao gene encontrado. Os peritos em pesquisa de DNA não encontraram nenhuma outra criatura com uma molécula de DNA tão longa", acrescenta Chernobrov.

Cientistas procuram por uma explicação do fenômeno de Kyshtym por mais de 10 anos.
A história começa no verão de 1996 após uma mini-criatura ser encontrada na região de Chelyabinsk. O achado foi logo batizado de "Alien de Kyshtym".

 Um médico examinador local que conduziu uma autópsia concluiu que o cádaver não era nem humano nem animal por natureza.Ufólogos reconheceram o caso do anão de Kyshtym como um caso tipicamente extraterrestre. O clero crê que o anão fosse um demónio.

A criatura ainda estava viva quando foi achada por uma velha mulher semi-analfabeta. Ela foi a única que deu um nome humano ao anão - Alioshenka(um diminutivo do nome Russo "Alexei")


A maldição de Alioshenka
O anão de Kyshtym não causou nenhum mal enquanto esteve vivo, mas, após sua morte coisas realmente estranhas começaram a acontecer.
A velha senhora, morreu em um caso de "atropelamento e fuga". Ela foi atropelada poucos dias antes de um time de pesquisadores chegarem à cidade de Moscovo.


O cadáver do anão desapareceu sem deixar vestígios
Um investigador designado ao caso supostamente entregou o cadáver a alguns criminosos que fugiram com ele.

Uma equipe de TV japonesa havia chegado em Kyshtym para rodar um documentário sobre Alioshenka. Os japoneses ofereceram uma recompensa de U$ 200.000 por informações sobre o paradeiro da criatura roubada. Entretanto, as tentativas para localizar o corpo falharam.
Uma pequena parte do cadáver foi a única prova que os japoneses conseguiram recuperar de alguma forma. Os japoneses exibiram o objeto em favor das câmaras.

O acadêmico Mark Milkhiker procurou minuciosamente por mais evidências no local onde o anão foi achado. Milkhiker sentiu-se seriamente doente ao voltar para Moscou. Ele morreu repentinamente de ataque cardíaco no hospital onde se encontrava.

 

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Domingo, 8 de Abril de 2007

Rapidinhas

Um homem, de 58 anos, foi agredido na madrugada de ontem por três jovens depois de ter visto um deles a partir o vidro da porta de entrada de um prédio na Rua dos Casimiros, em Viseu.
Isidro Lisboa, taxista, seguia na Avenida Alberto Sampaio em direcção ao Parque de Estacionamento de Santa Cristina para iniciar o seu dia de trabalho quando reparou em dois rapazes e uma rapariga, todos com cerca de 16/17 anos, que iam na direcção oposta. Junto à Rua dos Casimiros, um dos jovens foi até à entrada de um prédio e deu um pontapé numa porta, partindo o vidro.
"Depois daquele acto de vandalismo é que repararam em mim. Estava do outro lado da rua, ao fundo das 'Escadinhas', e após dizerem que me iam 'adormecer', porque tinha visto demais, correram na minha direcção. Pelo menos um deles deu-me três ou quatro pancadas na cabeça". (in DR)

 

Isto está lindo está... Tudo bons rapazes e raparigas!

 

 

Família prepara-se para ir ao cinema à noite... ( No futuro, numa casa perto si... )

 

 A França transformou-se no primeiro país a colocar na internet arquivos sobre objectos voadores não identificados (ovnis). Segundo o Grupo de Estudo e de Informação sobre Fenómenos Aeroespaciais Não Identificados (Geipan, sigla em francês), seis mil pessoas disseram ter visto ovnis desde 1970. Três mil depoimentos serão gradualmente colocados na net e, no total, cerca de cem mil páginas estarão à disposição.

Os relatos integram dados de entidades oficiais como radares do Exército francês, mas sobretudo depoimentos de particulares.

Por ano são reportados cerca de cem novos casos de pessoas que dizem avistar ovnis, mas 90 % dos relatos são postos de lado. Entre os dez que são investigados, três acabam por não ter explicação. (in CM )

http://www.cnes-geipan.fr/geipan/documentation.html

 

 

O que vale é que isto é tudo gente doida e com perturbações sexuais... Até os radares alucinam...

 


 

Telma Monteiro (-52 kg) sagrou-se bicampeã europeia ao vencer na final, por "Koka", a francesa Audrey La Rizza, 6.ª do ranking mundial, no Europeu que decorre de hoje até domingo, em Belgrado. Esta manhã, a judoca nacional, líder da hierarquia mundial, ganhou à eslovena Petra Nareks, 4.ª do mundo, por ippon nas meias-finais. Recorde-se que Telma Monteiro, de 21 anos, foi campeã da Europa de sub-23 em 2006 e conquistou a medalha de bronze nos Mundiais de 2005.

 

Grande Telma!

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Domingo, 25 de Março de 2007

Rapidinhas

 Metade dos administradores de empresas municipais receberam, durante 2003 e 2004, vencimentos e despesas de representação que excederam os limites impostos pela Lei. Esta é uma das principais ilegalidades apontadas numa auditoria do Tribunal de Contas (TC) aos vencimentos e remunerações acessórias dos gestores destas empresas e que vem corroborar as conclusões do relatório da Inspecção-Geral de Finanças (IGF) sobre o mesmo assunto, divulgado em Setembro.
Como já se sabia, a crise quando nasce não é para todos... Afinal, quem emperra o sitema são os que ganham 400, 500... euros e nunca estes nababos. Somos todos iguais, mas uns são sempre mais iguais do que outros...

A França tornou-se hoje no primeiro país a colocar em linha os seus arquivos oficiais sobre objectos voadores não identificados (OVNI), noticiou a AFP.

O arquivo, disponível no endereço http://www.cnes-geipan.fr contém, por enquanto, cerca de 400 ficheiros, perto de um quarto das 1.600 alegadas visões de OVNI registadas em França desde a década de 1950 e permitirá a pesquisa por região, por data ou por palavra-chave.

É igualmente permitida a pesquisa por quatro categorias: A (provado), B (explicação provável sem prova formal), C (falta de informações) e D (inexplicado, apesar de depoimentos e indícios concretos).

Os documentos colocados em linha são maioritariamente relatórios das forças policiais francesas, aos quais foram retirados os dados pessoais das testemunhas. «É uma estreia mundial», sublinhou Jacques Patenet, responsável pelo Grupo de Estudos e de Informações sobre os Fenómenos Aero-Espaciais Não Identificados (GEIPAN), organismo pertencente ao Centro Nacional de Estudos Espaciais (CNES) francês.

A ver...

 E aí está o nosso LOST de volta... Mais teorias em breve neste blog perto de si!

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Sexta-feira, 26 de Janeiro de 2007

QUIZS 2ª série 86

De onde foi retirada esta gravura ( com pormenores "interessantes" )?

 

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Quarta-feira, 24 de Janeiro de 2007

Arquivo sobre ovnis disponível online

A agência espacial francesa vai disponibilizar um arquivo online com depoimentos oficiais sobre incidentes com ovnis e outros fenómenos. São cerca de 6 mil relatos sobre 1.600 ocorrências verificadas nas últimas três décadas.

A agência espacial francesa confirmou a divulgação de um arquivo online sobre incidentes com ovnis e outros fenómenos associados.
Citado pela Reuters, Jacques Arnoul do Centro Nacional de Estudos Espaciais (CNES) adiantou que, na base de dados disponibilizada na Internet, irão constar cerca de 1.600 ocorrências relatadas por pessoas cujas identidades não serão reveladas.

De acordo com o CNES, os cerca de 6 mil relatos e documentos, apresentados por populares e pilotos profissionais, são relativos às últimas três décadas. À Reuters, Arnoul confirmou tratarem-se de depoimentos que «com frequência são feitos junto à polícia, que costuma registá-los como depoimentos oficiais» .

O responsável pelo CNES explicou ainda que a divulgação deste arquivo online sobre ovnis deve-se aos meios tecnológicos actualmente disponíveis e à facilidade com que hoje em dia é possível publicar e actualizar informação na Internet.

Este material inédito deverá ser disponibilizado no site oficial do CNES em finais de Janeiro ou no início do mês de Fevereiro.

SO, 2007/01/03

Agradecimentos a Realidade Oculta (links)

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