(Terence Newton) Something strange keeps happening at the upper reaches of Earth’s atmosphere. Aboard the International Space Station, NASA hosts a live-stream, purportedly showing a continuous feed of the earth juxtaposed against the void of space. The feed is watched by people around the world, and every once in a while something interesting happens: the footage will show a moving anomaly, an unidentified flying object (UFO), and the live feed will suddenly go offline.
Something strange keeps happening at the upper reaches of Earth’s atmosphere. Aboard the International Space Station, NASA hosts a live-stream, purportedly showing a continuous feed of the earth juxtaposed against the void of space. The feed is watched by people around the world, and every once in a while something interesting happens: the footage will show a moving anomaly, an unidentified flying object (UFO), and the live feed will suddenly go offline.
This has been happening for years, causing speculation that NASA is covering up a litany of evidence demonstrating the existence of UFO’s and supporting the notion that we are not alone in this universe, and not alone even on this planet.
The most recent incident involves the sighting of a glowing object moving toward the earth’s atmosphere, which is interrupted by a break in the live feed.
“Italian astronaut Paolo Nespoli shot the clip, which shows a fiery ball of light racing towards the Earth’s atmosphere.
The ISS crew member believes that the object could be space debris, but both the space agency and alien enthusiasts have rejected this explanation.” [Source]
The video can be seen here:
This case is indeed controversial, as there is not universal agreement on what the light is. A genuine UFO… unidentified flying object.
In this clip, the characteristic tail of a meteor that is missing from the ISS object can clearly be made out.
Mr Glockner added: ‘If you compare this to what they are calling a meteor in this new footage, at no time does this so called meteor look like anything that was captured back in 2011 – it just doesn’t.
‘It’s a short, stubby object that looks nothing like the other meteor here.
‘We can see this discharge, the energy coming from here vanish.’ [Source]
If this were a singular event, it may not be considered too intriguing, but the pattern of not adequately addressing the public’s questions about many events like this points to something larger. There have been several similar incidents this year alone.
What’s interesting is that every time this happens, NASA and the mainstream press immediately call anyone who asks questions a ‘conspiracy theorist,’ which is the de facto label used to prevent serious inquiry into any greater issue. The fact that this term is repeatedly used to block off conversation about alien life is quite telling.
Even in this recent article by the Daily Mail on the latest UFO spotting event, the Mail runs this bizarre explanation of a conspiracy theorist right in the middle of the article. They are saying that the official explanation does not add up, that much is admitted, but then they take it another step and characterize you as a narcissist for seeking clarity. Talk about mind-game.
Is NASA doing this sort of thing on purpose to generate more clicks to their website and more publicity for themselves, or is there really something being hidden from the people of earth? If so, is it fair to gaslight the public, calling them conspiracy theorists anytime they see something that warrants further explanation?
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