”En 44-årig kosovo-albansk mand åbnede i dag ild mod flere fremmede i et indkøbscenter i Finland og dræbte fire.”
”Iflg. tall fra Statisisk sentralbyrå/Oslo kommune var 68 % av de innskrevne 6-åringene i Oslos skoler høsten 2008 fremmedspråklige.”
Jacques Fabrice Vallée (born September 24, 1939, Pontoise, Val-d’Oise ) is a French-born venture capitalist, computer scientist, author, ufologist and former astronomer. [...]
In the mid-1960s, like many other UFO researchers, Vallée initially attempted to validate the popular Extraterrestrial Hypothesis (or ETH). [...] However, by 1969, Vallée’s conclusions had changed, and he publicly stated that the ETH was too narrow and ignored too much data. Vallée began exploring the commonalities between UFOs, cults, religious movements, demons, angels, ghosts, cryptid sightings, and psychic phenomena. [...]
As an alternative to the extraterrestrial visitation hypothesis, Vallée has suggested a multidimensional visitation hypothesis. This hypothesis represents an extension of the ETH where the alleged extraterrestrials could be potentially from anywhere. The entities could be multidimensional beyond space-time, and thus could coexist with humans, yet remain undetected. [...]
Vallée’s opposition to the ETH theory is summarised in his paper, ”Five Arguments Against the Extraterrestrial Origin of Unidentified Flying Objects”, Journal of Scientific Exploration, 1990:
- unexplained close encounters are far more numerous than required for any physical survey of the earth;
- the humanoid body structure of the alleged ”aliens” is not likely to have originated on another planet and is not biologically adapted to space travel;
- the reported behavior in thousands of abduction reports contradicts the hypothesis of genetic or scientific experimentation on humans by an advanced race;
- the extension of the phenomenon throughout recorded human history demonstrates that UFOs are not a contemporary phenomenon; and
- the apparent ability of UFOs to manipulate space and time suggests radically different and richer alternatives.
Vallée proposes that there is a genuine UFO phenomenon, partly associated with a form of non-human consciousness that manipulates space and time. The phenomenon has been active throughout human history, and seems to masquerade in various forms to different cultures. In his opinion, the intelligence behind the phenomenon attempts social manipulation by using deception on the humans with whom they interact.
Vallée also proposes that a secondary aspect of the UFO phenomenon involves human manipulation by humans. Witnesses of UFO phenomena undergo a manipulative and staged spectacle, meant to alter their belief system, and eventually, influence human society by suggesting alien intervention from outer space. The ultimate motivation for this deception is probably a projected major change of human society, the breaking down of old belief systems and the implementation of new ones. Vallée states that the evidence, if carefully analysed, suggests an underlying plan for the deception of mankind by means of unknown, highly advanced methods (His colleague, Hynek, suggested that the UFO phenomena was in fact demonic in nature). Vallee states that it is highly unlikely that governments actually conceal alien evidence, as the popular myth suggests. Rather, it is much more likely that that is exactly what the manipulators want us to believe.
edit: new pikshur.
The magnificent spirals that illuminated the early morning Norwegian skies lasted only a few minutes, but their appearance continues to captivate the minds of people worldwide. The internet is inundated with pictures and eyewitness video accounts of the event. The Russian ministry of defense immediately claimed no mystery behind the December 9, 2009 phenomenon, citing a failed launching of submarine ballistic missiles as the cause. Despite this assertion, global skepticism reigns and theories run rampant.
Arash Amini is an undergraduate Physics major at the University of Illinois-Chicago. His mathematics paper, “On the Norway Spirals and Their Physically Impossible ‘Ripple’ Propagation” serves to debunk the assertion made by the Russian Ministry of Defense. Amini uses time lapsed photography, video footage, and basic trigonometry to attempt to prove the Norway Spiral could not have been caused by a failed submarine launched missile.
Armed with these observations Amini explains the formulaic improbability of the missile claim. The mathematics of the paper are impressive but only time may reveal the secrets of the spirals, if they were ever meant to be revealed.
Det verkar vara en klassisk rysk metod att bortförklara mystiska fenomen med misslyckade robotuppskjutningar. Snubblade av en händelse över följande i en bok som jag f n läser:
The most important Soviet case of 1977 took place near the Finnish border on September 20. Military personnel at Petrozavodsk saw a large object glowing in the sky at 4 a.m. For fifteen minutes it showered down beams of light, giving the effect of a downpour of rain. It then moved west toward Finland. At least 170 people saw the phenomenon, including police, navy personnel, pilots, and scientists. Troops and police found that their radio frequencies were jammed and their telephones did not work. The phenomenon was observed for 10-12 minutes.
Still, not everyone believed there was a mystery here. In a jointly authored paper, two former Soviet government officials involved in the Setka programs argued that ”a number of effects accompanying this phenomenon [were] connected with the failure in launching a ballistic rocket. The launching of the rocket took place in the same region and almost at the same time” as the strange phenomena. Unfortunately, no further detail was offered in their explanation. It would seem odd that a rocket launch could jam radios and interfere with telephones.
- ur UFOs and the National Security State, vol 2 av Richard Dolan, p. 156-158
(videon är bara blahaj, går inte att jämföra med Norge, men det är en rätt intressant diskussion i kommentarerna)
The 1976 Tehran UFO Incident was a radar and visual sighting of an unidentified flying object (UFO) over Tehran, the capital of Iran, during the early morning hours of September 19, 1976.
The incident is particularly notable for the electromagnetic interference effects observed on aircraft in close proximity to the object: two F-4 Phantom II jet interceptors independently lost instrumentation and communications as they approached, only to have them restored upon withdrawal, and one of the aircraft also suffered temporary weapons systems failure while preparing to open fire.
The incident is well-documented in an U.S. Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) report with a distribution list that included the White House, Secretary of State, Joint Chiefs of Staff, National Security Agency (NSA), and Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). Various high-ranking Iranian military officers directly involved with the events have also gone on public record stating their belief that the object was not terrestrial in origin.
At approximately 12:30 AM local time (2100Z), September 19, 1976, over Tehran, Iran, the Imperial Iranian Air Force command post at Tehran received four reports by telephone, from civilians in the Shemiran city district, of unusual activity in the night sky. Some of the callers reported seeing a bird-like object, while others reported a helicopter with a bright light.
When the command post found no helicopters airborne to account for the reports, they called General Yousefi, assistant deputy commander of operations. General Yousefi at first said the object was only a star, but after conferring with the control tower at Mehrabad International Airport and then looking for himself to see a very bright object larger than a star, he decided to scramble one F-4 Phantom II jet fighter from Shahrokhi Air Force Base in Hamadan, approximately 175 miles (280 km) west of Tehran.
At 0130 hours (2200Z), the F-4, piloted by Captain Mohammad Reza Azizkhani was launched and proceeded to a point 40 nautical miles (74 km) north of Tehran. It was noted that the object was of such brilliance that it could be seen from 70 miles (110 km) away. When the aircraft approached to approximately 25 nautical miles (46 km) from the object, the jet suddenly lost all instrumentation and communications capabilities, prompting Azizkhani to break off the intended intercept and turn back toward Shahrohki; upon the evasion, both systems resumed functioning.
At 0140 hours, a second F-4 was scrambled, piloted by Lieutenant Parviz Jafari. Jafari would eventually retire as a general and participate on November 12, 2007, at a National Press Club conference demanding a worldwide investigation into UFO phenomena. Jafari’s jet had acquired a radar lock on the object at 27 nautical miles (50 km) range. The radar signature of the UFO resembled that of a Boeing 707 aircraft. Closing on the object at 150 nautical miles (280 km) per hour and at a range of 25 nautical miles (46 km), the object began to move, keeping a steady distance of 25 nautical miles (46 km) from the F-4. The size of the object was difficult to determine due to its intense brilliance. The lights of the object were alternating blue, green, red, and orange, and were arranged in a square pattern. The lights flashed in sequence, but the flashing was so rapid that they all could be seen at once.
While the object and the F-4 continued on a southerly path, a smaller second object detached itself from the first and advanced on the F-4 at high speed. Lieutenant Jafari thinking he was under attack, tried to launch an AIM-9 sidewinder missile, but he suddenly lost all instrumentation, including weapons control, and all communication. The F-4 pilot then instituted a turn and a negative G dive as evasive action. The object fell in behind him at about 3 to 4 nautical miles (7.4 km) distance for a short time, then turned and rejoined the primary object. The main object then flew away at several times the speed of sound, according to a voice tape from one of the pilots.
Once again, as soon as the F-4 had turned away, instrumentation and communications were regained. The F-4 crew then saw another brightly lit object detach itself from the other side of the primary object and drop straight down at high speed. The F-4 crew expected it to impact the ground and explode, but it came to rest gently. The F-4 crew then overflew the site at a decreased altitude and marked the position of the light’s touchdown. Jafari would later comment that the object was so bright that it lit up the ground and he could see rocks around it. Then they landed at Mehrabad, noting that each time they passed through a magnetic bearing of 150 degrees from Mehrabad, they experienced interference and communications failure.
General Nader Yousefi, the assistant deputy commander of the Iranian Air Force, said he ordered the two jet interceptions. He said that, ”Because of the experience I had on September 19, 1976, I believe there is something up there. We just don’t know what it is or where it came from.”
In his book UFOs: The Public Deceived, debunker Philip J. Klass claimed the witnesses initially saw an astronomical body, probably Jupiter, and pilot incompetence and equipment malfunction accounted for the rest.
”SCHTAAAN 18-åringen kallade en annan man för “neger”.
Nu döms han till dagsböter.
Händelsen inträffade 28 mars på Max hamburgerrestaurang i Skellefteå.
En 18-årig yngling från Skellefteåtrakten hade varit på fest, men har i polisförhör uppgett att han inte hade druckit så mycket alkohol att han var påverkad. När han hade beställt mat fick han en knuff i ryggen av någon så att hans dricka rann ut. Han blev arg och vräkte ur sig några ord till en person bredvid.”
ord inte ok.
bra att veta.