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7b706 No.750[View All]

This post is inspired by >>>/mlpol/59382.

I have been researching UFOs and aliens for decades. I have found the best way to understand the phenomena is to time-line it and then see what else was happening around the same time. Time-lining it allows the evolution & origin of certain aspects to show up which means you can trace things back to origin points.

I don't concern myself with if each UFO/alien report is real or not real, but I look at it in a wide ranging meta-view and this shows a sensible evolution which implies it is real and therefore the reports are generally mostly real.

I am not sure what the best way is to do this data dump. I have decided to do a succinct 300 year history which can be expanded on by me asking questions. This allows me to keep my efforts in proportion to actual board interest levels.

This initial section is to show the development of human sky technology and also shows that nothing ET UFO like is happening yet.

1758 - Book: Concerning Earths in the Solar System, in which Emanuel Swedenborg detailed his alleged journeys (spiritual) to the inhabited planets (up to Saturn + 5 exo-planets), solar system barrier, suns are black.
1783 - France: Manned balloons
1803 - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Utsuro-bune
1850 - and onwards triangular shapes are reported in the sky but when researched most of these can be associated with comets and comet fragments (comets tend to break up near Earth, Sun and Jupiter into sharp angular fragments).
1851 - Dr. William Bland sent design: steam engine driving twin propellers suspended under airship to Great Exhibition, London
1852 - Comet fragment dramatically crashes to Earth with sheets of rain (comet water) and dark ominous clouds with read streaks before the massive chunk crashes into the English channel. The other interesting part about this is that it happens near dawn, and the dawn side of the Earth is in the direction of the Earth's travel around the sun. So the Earth overran this comet fragment and sucked it down into it. This dramatically shows how astronomical phenomena can produce UFO reports. Pic #1 Attached.
1863 - “Aereon” by Solomon Andrews (inventor) flew, unpowered, controllable dirigible,Perth Amboy, New Jersey.
1871 - Mystery airship, Mt. Washington, New Hampshire (Solomon Andrews?) See Pic #2. This is one of the earliest UFO reports and we can see it is consistent with an airship. We have no reason to conclude it is ET yet.
1871 - (Vril, the Power of) The Comming Race fiction novel by Edward Bulwer-Lytton. This book in Germany inspires the use of the term Vril for unknown magical/physical forces and leads to the nick name The Vril Society.
1881 - a comet was mistaken as an unusual object in the sky. See pic #3.
1886 - Book: A Dweller on Two Planets, Atlantis, life on Venus, advanced technology, karma, Mt. Shasta. “No telescope will ever reveal human life on Venus; not that it is not there, but its forms are of the One Substance effected by a range of force rendering them imperceptible to earthly eyes." – what we see here is the myth of sentient life on other planets in our solar system starting to form. There is no reason to reject this notion at that time.
1886 - cheap way to manufacture aluminium is discovered. At this point airships are flying around, some are secret projects. They use bamboo and cloth and ropes. Cheap aluminium allows them to be made of this metal. France is becoming a leader in airship design. You can think of these airships as the B2 bomber of the day, these are very serious military tech for spying and air to ground attack. Therefore there is secrecy around designs as well.
1891 - Contactee Thomas Blott (William Simpson, 1828-1910) The Man from Mars is a book about a Martian explaining how Mars is great and Earth sux, basically. It is not clear if this was supposed to be fiction or a reported event.
1893 - In the article “Man of the Year Million”, H. G. Wells envisaged humanity transformed into a race of grey-skinned beings, stunted and with big heads. – the greys!!

So with that look so far we can see many of the elements of aliens and UFOs exist but there are no reports yet of flying saucers or any meaningful reports of flying triangles under intelligent control. All of it, when it comes to ETs, is human imagination. We can reasonably say no ETs are showing up in this 1700s-1800s time period.

In 1893 science starts to speculate about gravity and if we can understand it better and control it.

1893 - Oliver Heaviside makes paper called A GRAVITATIONAL AND ELECTROMAGNETIC ANALOGY http://sergf.ru/Heavisid.htm – this will be very important as we continue the time lining.
1894 “Aug 26, British admiral reported sighting a large disk with a projection like a tail” – Keyhoe (1950) – Airship? Science experiment? There are no good references for this report and so it can't be examined further.
1896 - Germany 11 Sep, Zagreb daily newspaper Obzor “The day before yesterday we received a telegram sent by an amateur journalist. He informed us that David Schwarz from Zagreb has invented an [aluminium] airship which he hopes he could direct on his own free will."
1896 - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mystery_airship – this is the UFO flap of 1896-97 but they were airships, not disks, triangles or spacecraft. We know that airships won't work in space so these are human-made. This shows that human advanced tech can be a unsolved mystery. See pics #4 and #5

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7b706 No.88622

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>>88621
Silicon density: 2.57 g/cm3
Aluminium density: 2.70 g/cm3

A casual assessment could not distinguish silicon (foil) from aluminium (foil).

7b706 No.88624

>>88621 (You)

Mg - 1.738g/cm3 - 1.584 g/cm3 when liquid (650C)
SiO2 - 2.648 (α-quartz), 2.196 (amorphous)
Si - 2.70 g/cm3 - 2.57 g/cm3 when liquid (1414C)
Fe - 7.874g/cm3 - 6.98 g/cm3 when liquid (1538C)

Silicon and silicate density is close. It could mix and lead to the scintilating effects: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kenneth_Arnold_UFO_sighting

7b706 No.88626

Fe/Ni magnetic properties:

* https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Permalloy
* https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mu-metal

Light weight objects and orientation to the Earth's or local magnetic field could affect the Mg plasma, routing the Mag field either around the plasma in one orientation and through the plasma in another orientation -> sudden acceleration.

7b706 No.88627

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>Each had a hole in the center, approximately twenty-five feet in diameter. they were all a sort of shell-like gold and silver color. Their surface seemed of metal and appeared to be burled because when the light s[h]one on them through the clouds they were brilliant, not all one brilliance, but many brilliances, something like a Buick dashboard.
>>86025

Silicon foil: https://www.researchgate.net/figure/Pictures-of-the-4x4cm-2-silicon-foil-with-the-removal-of-the-epoxy-layer-a-and-its_fig1_236754019

The gold is the silica glass.

7b706 No.88628

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How beautiful is silicon????!

6b4e7 No.88629

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7b706 No.88764

Case 501 -- July 6, Towanda, Pennsylvania: A close-up observation of two small
"objects" was described by Mrs. A. C. Smith, who saw them hovering 20 feet above
the ground. For a period of two minutes, they "bobbed about, merged together, and
separated," she said, be fore they finally soared into the sky. According to Mrs. Smith,
the discs were about six to eight inches in diameter and appeared to be "saucers of
intense light." She did not believe they were solid objects.

7b706 No.88767

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>>88764
So obviously these >>88764 can't be solid. So they must be plasma or magnetic fields.


>The spectrograph revealed that the main elements in the ball were the same as those found in the soil: silicon, iron and calcium. The observations support a theory for making ball lightning put forth in 2000 by John Abrahamson at the University of Canterbury in New Zealand.
Gold dust

>Abrahamson surmised that when lightning hits the ground, the sudden, intense heat can vaporise silicon oxide in the dirt, and a shockwave blows the gas up into the air. If there’s also carbon in the soil, perhaps from dead leaves or tree roots, it will steal oxygen from the silicon oxide, leaving a bundle of pure silicon vapour. But the planet’s oxygen-rich atmosphere rapidly re-oxidises the hot ball of gas, and this reaction makes the orb glow briefly.


>The theory garnered support in 2006, when scientists at Tel Aviv University in Israel were able to create ball lightning in the lab by firing mock lightning at sheets of silicon oxide. The event in China marks the first time such an orb has been captured in nature with scientific instruments.


https://www.newscientist.com/article/dn24886-natural-ball-lightning-probed-for-the-first-time/

Hello, silicon, we meet again. So lets have magnesium steal the silicon's oxygen (thermite), and then have silicon steal oxygen from the air. But how is it bound together?

>Scientists bound the magnetic fields of a supercooled quantum object into a complex knot. And what they found may have finally solved the centuries-old riddle of ball lightning, luminous orbs that sometimes linger in the atmosphere during thunderstorms.


>That bizarre knot was a quantum object called a "Shankar skyrmion" that was first theorized in 1977, but that no one had ever managed to generate in a lab. A skyrmion is a tightly clustered group of circular magnetic fields, with each circle crossing each other circle exactly once, the researchers explained in a paper published March 2 in Science Advances.


> Back in 1996, a paper published in Nature proposed that ball lightning might be the result of the magnetic fields around the plasma of a lightning bolt curling into a knot and trapping it within, and proposed a model for what those knotted fields might look like.

>The researchers reported that the fields they observed around their cold little skyrmion matched the model proposed in that paper, suggesting that hot ball lightning may, in fact, be a giant, naturally occurring skyrmion.

https://www.livescience.com/61946-ball-lightning-quantum-particle.html

>Observation of the Optical and Spectral Characteristics of Ball Lightning

>Ball lightning (BL) has been observed with two slitless spectrographs at a distance of 0.9 km. The BL is generated by a cloud-to-ground lightning strike. It moves horizontally during the luminous duration. The evolution of size, color, and light intensity is reported in detail. The spectral analysis indicates that the radiation from soil elements is present for the entire lifetime of the BL.
>(pic1)
>https://journals.aps.org/prl/abstract/10.1103/PhysRevLett.112.035001
and
>(pic2)
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ball_lightning

Look at all that Iron and Silicon!

And there is something going on with cold plasmas that I haven't worked out yet.
>Thermodynamic and kinetic properties of nonideal Rydberg matter
>As a result, it has been found that an increase in the nonideality parameter is accompanied by a change in the structure of such a system from gas to crystal like. The lattice parameter in the latter case is equal to the mean distance.
https://link.springer.com/article/10.1134/S0021364010210125

7b706 No.88770


>This does not mean that there were no reports of occupants in 1947. Local newspapers published at least three accounts of small beings associated with "flying saucers" that year. An elderly woman reported the first incident, at Webster, Massachusetts on June 19. She had seen from her window a "moon-sized" object fly nearby with a "slender" figure inside dressed in what appeared to be a Navy uniform (2). On July 7, during a flurry of object sightings at Tacoma, Washington, residents of the Center and J Street neighborhood, Gene Gamachi, I.W. Martenson, and others, told of seeing a number of objects, some of which landed on nearby roofs. Witnesses saw several "little people" who disappeared upon the arrival of newsmen (3). On July 8, during a concentration of sightings all over Texas, an unidentified merchant seaman in the Acres Home suburb of Houston observed the landing of a "silver saucer." From it emerged a dimunitive pilot no more than two feet tall with a round head "the size of a basketball" who greeted the seaman, re-entered his vehicle, and took off (4) .

2. Worcester (Mass.) Daily Telegram, July 7, 1947, p. 1.
3. Tacoma (Wash.) News Tribune, July 8, 1947.
4. Houston (Texas) Post, July 9, 1947, p. 1.
http://www.cufos.org/books/Close_Encounter_at_Kelly.pdf

So we have some small humans from twinning mixed in.

7b706 No.88804

43 humanoid cases from 1947. So much for no flying disc pilots in 1947.
https://studylib.net/doc/8063719/1-albert-rosales-catalogue-of-humanoid-cases-1965

7b706 No.89162

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>>67308
Afternon, what if the hands are actually a device to put magnetic fields in her temporal lobes to cause her to hallucinate.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/God_helmet

Interesting rabbit hole to fall down.

7b706 No.89585

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>>88770
>>88804
>>89162
Can being in the presence of an EM field (from a plasma object) cause hallucinations? Yes, see video.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michael_Persinger

ac095 No.89600

>>87734
Such blobs would not care. The effects of extensive radiation do not deform protons, ions, etc. in metals. No effect, at least until:

>>87736
Collision suspicions confirmed. Sedimentary divergences of spaceborne materials create debris clusters; specific debris clusters magnetically attracted to certain planets. Majority of spherical impacts are natural, implications used to further division & infiltration tactics. "They played us like a damned fiddle!"

>>87738
>>87742
>>88080
>>88084
>>88085
Answers confirm suspicions of principle materials deliberately utilized in "sensitive" testing designs for rapid incineration/destruction methods. Aurora 1 thermal-skin pieces recovered from crash in northern Texas desert 1985. Known material compositions: thermally responsive semi-synthetic resins, silicon, "allotropic" iron, whatever that means. Later results released or destroyed. Colleagues of others wanted in, didn't have safety net. Lost contact in 2015. What important extra-planetary events happened during that year?

No notions are allowed to be preconceived until 99.9% proof is acquired. A failure in linking information together is attributed to: research failure, false information, research failure, lack of discovery, carelessness, personal fault. Constant, unusual space debris impacts show no evidence of non-terrestrial sapient life. Zero evidence = zero tolerance.

>>88770
>>89162
Pre-Star Wars era technologies in use, most created in 1950's. Post-Star Wars era examples mentioned before, used often by La Sia, no information to compare to at current. Top 3 suspects: Project Skyhaven, Operation Midnight Broadcast, 17th Naval Intelligence. Short list, few "survivors".

>>88770
Forced eugenics insanity. True natural selection superior, no erratic mutations, permanent genetic diseases. "Gene editing" new craze, now in use among rich circles. Irony: Futureland does not seem so bad to me now.

>>89585
Consider Tesla & Vril Societe` experiments in EMF research refusing to test on biologically living matter. No 'happy accidents' allowed. What did/do they know that we do not? "Black Box Tower" stations across north America & Europe. Mass subject testing without public knowledge/supervision. Recently came across article related to designer in 1920's, built anti-waveform/anti-sonic screen to incorporate into Faraday Cage for precision experiments. Did it work? None know, design was stolen by Jew-S agents after death.


The more I learn, the less empathy I care to acknowledge.

bf0f5 No.89601

>>89585
i had a strange dream, i went outside on my porch and i looked up to the western sky and i saw 4 sun like ball objects in the sky about 100 feet away from me, and they all combined into one massive sun like ball. then i "lost conciseness" and after i came toi was still dreaming i thought to myself "my seed will be useful to them." was that a dream or a repressed memory?

7b706 No.89607

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>>89600
>Collision suspicions confirmed.
Wheee! So I am no longer alone in my "insanity"! Do they know or suspect 2002 XM35 (or the parent body of) hit Mercury? There is unfortunately no data on 1946 Mercury monitoring. There is a 10 year study that ended in 1945 but as you can see they can bearly make out what is going on on Mercury due to its proximity to the sun. http://adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/1947PA.....55..137H There is good data to suspect something happened in space before 1947 >>87739 .

An unexpected additional piece of information has been found to further support that 1947 was somewhat meteor/space based event. Whilst looking at old Persinger publications (he was originally very much like Charles Fort, cataloging paranormal events with an IBM 360-40! What a nerd!), Persinger pointed out that when the moon was about 1/4 full there were extra meteors reported. Finding the paper showed that this occurs when the moon was at either or the two 40% full part of its phases. When looking at how that relates to the 1947 June/July flying discs it is either side of the main events. (pics #1 and #2):

1947-06-24/25 is 40% waxing moon. This is the first bump. (the 27/28 bump is still unidentified.)
1947-07-03 is full moon, moon rise ~8pm, set ~5am. Moon-Earth-Sun(Mercury) alignment. Extra gravitational pull?
1947-07-04 Peak #1 (This also coincides with Earth crossing orbital path of 2004 TG10 who also did a Mercury fly-by; pic#3 here, and >>81615 pic#1 )
1947-07-07 Peak #2 (Unknown object but fits within the expected 2002 XM35 children objects which I suggest are the result of a Mercury fly-by also >>78826 )
1947-07-12 is 40% waning moon. Small bump at the end of the main event.

It is bothersome that there are two Mercury impact/flyby possibilities. It seems incredibly unlikely that 2 objects would hit Mercury such that both would send molten blobs to Earth within 3 days of each other. This needs to be examined much deeper. The individual reports need to be classified into Vallee categories and then sorted to see if the character of the 4th and 7th reports are slightly different. I would expect one will show a preferences for fly-bys and the other for hovering and speed/direction changes. I have categorized about 500 of 853 reports so far. It is a very tedious ongoing task.

(pic#1)
-- http://nicap.org/waves/Wave47Rpt/ReportOnWaveOf1947.pdf

>“A most remarkable relation exists between incoming meteor rates and lunar phases (Bowen, 1963); apparently peak meteor rates occur around first and third quarter.”

-- Space-Time Transients and Unusual Events by Michael Persinger (1977)

>(pic#2)

-- Bowen, E. G. (1963). A lunar effect on the incoming meteor rate. Journal of Geophysical Research, 68(5), 1401–1403. doi:10.1029/jz068i005p01401

At this point I think most of the shape of the sighting reports stats can be accounted for by astronomical causes.

The source of "alien" experiences is not limited to men in Hollywood costumes, it can also be from hallucinations by being in proximity to plasma giving off fluctuating EM fields. My research has shown (Persinger, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wilder_Penfield ) that it is not the intensity of the EM field that causes hallucinations (See clock radio and Persinger saying it gave off the correct type of EM signal >>89585 ), it is the character of the EM fields. Small EM fields, of the correct protocol, can cause involuntary dreaming (recollection of subconscious iconography and memory) in an awake witness to such a degree that it overlays the 5 senses input. You dream while awake. It seems the memory/iconography has to exist in the mind first and is then triggered after. You asked before about the ability to play-back visual events to a victim, I had speculated that this could be done via the eyes, but it seems you could remotely provoke dreams, that is, iconography and memory from the subconscious.

Therefore if you populate the public's mind with iconography and then record the brain signals of a person experiencing it (acting it out) you can then broadcast the correct signals later to replay it from the subconscious of other victims who also have those icons in their mind (from TV shows/movies).

The subsconscious does not seem to store fine details. So facial features are very difficult but vague things like how a dress hangs are easy. So things that obscure the face are common. Helmets and simplified "grey alien" faces are obvious ways to do this.

This extends also to ghosts. Persinger has shown in his research that ghost sightings occur during seismic stress (piezo-electric effect) and geomagnetic disturbance (sun). The same occurs with people who have Temporal Lobe Epilepsy. These events make susceptible people more conscious of their subconscious imagery. Because the predominant concern of a person going through the death of a loved one, is the loved one, they will then see the loved one overlaid on real perception when they are affected by the appropriate EM field. This is ghosts. The sense of a presence is the sensing of the EM field itself. People who are subject to this effect all the time are considered schizophrenic, insane, etc.

It would seem that nature is attempting to find the right balance between making us too aware of magnetic fields (as a type of 6th sense) and have us filter them out. And so people have a range of sensitivity from none (skeptics never see/feel anything) to full (insane) and in between is all of the rare paranormal. In addition nature is using this as a recovery mechanism for us dealing with the death of those we love, and our own death awareness. By allowing this malfunction of the brain people achieve happiness "knowing" life after death exists. So a part of our evolution includes brain malfunction in EM fields to make death less traumatic and to inspire continuing living.

(cont.)

7b706 No.89610

>>89600
(cont.)

Having said >>89607 , https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ian_Stevenson#Reception work still exists, and I have experienced apports ( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apport_(paranormal) ) myself so we can't completely rule out the paranormal as hallucinations. But Nature is under no obligation to keep us happy and alive with truths alone, anything that works will propagate.

308e4 No.89671

>>89607
>3rd image
Sorry to go off topic, but do you know what software that is?

7b706 No.89707

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>>89671
https://ssd.jpl.nasa.gov/sbdb.cgi
Type an object in the search box. You may get a list returned. Select one of them. On the next page click "Orbit Diagram".

Another interesting place, if you want tables of objects is https://minorplanetcenter.net/data

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stellarium_(software) is nice. You can even place yourself on other planets.

And some really nice complicated and detailed software is: https://aladin.u-strasbg.fr/java/
which I used to make image 1 regarding supernova SN1976N and it being reported in two different locations in 1976/9 and in 2013. >>85155

The second picture is an overlay of where the initial report of the SN was, laid on top of recent sky images. It shows the original astronomer was very precise in his drawing of the location of the SN, so why was it moved in 2013??? One possibility is that the 2 photo-plates taken in 1976 show the "supernova" in 2 different locations because it was in motion and both observers of the plates have looked at different plates. Adding to this is that the original astronomer also drew extra objects that no longer are in astronomy photos. This shows that, possibly, local collisions are being misclassified as distant SNs.

7b706 No.89735

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>>89600
>Answers confirm suspicions of principle materials deliberately utilized in "sensitive" testing designs for rapid incineration/destruction methods.

Are you saying the capture of the naturally occurring discs lead to the idea and implementation of making craft/rockets/etc from self-destructing materials similar to the naturally occurring discs? or even retrofiting the natural discs as controlled craft? That seems to be what you are saying… you mentioning silicon and "allotropic" iron:

>Iron represents perhaps the best-known example for allotropy in a metal. At atmospheric pressure, three allotropic forms of iron exist: alpha iron (α), gamma iron (γ) (also known as austenite), and delta iron (δ). At very high pressure, a fourth form exists, called epsilon iron (ε) hexaferrum. Some controversial experimental evidence exists for another high-pressure form that is stable at very high pressures and temperatures.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Allotropes_of_iron

Looking at the chart, the change of allotrope for iron, from normal requires a temperature above 910C. The magnesium, if any, would have melted and perhaps was lost. Silicate could have sublimated away.

It might be impossible to track back from a date to a prior astronomical impact, previous finds have been partly fluke. Do you have a date for the crash? Without a exact date it is impossible. I have considered writing software to to look for impact and Earth/object-path crossings but the reward vs effort is not there yet.
You can see a list of supernovas here https://sne.space/ . The name of a supernova is SN[YEAR][letter]. If a "supernova" was the cause it could be any of them up to about 10 years prior to the Earth impact. I need to look into heat loss in space. Would molten meteor blobs arrive hot or cold? And if cold are they Bose-Einstein Condensates which would have superconductor-like aligned (gravito-)magnetic moment? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Magnetic_moment And is this the explanation for the whimsical changes in thrust/direction? There is a very strange absence of discussion of both gravito-magnetic moment and atomic nuclei magnetic moment.

This leads into Cartan's ideas on EM is space-time twists, and gravity is space-time bends. But what does the actual twisting? The only thing in an antenna that can twist space-time sufficiently is the hyper-dense atomic nuclei. As the electrically charged electrons move in the metal antenna the atomic nucleus is rotated to some degree as well. Since it is in a frictionless electron shell it can rotate as dictated by electron movement. The only impediment is thermal jitter.

The receiving antenna does not need these twists of space-time to move it's own nuclei it is sufficient to perturb its electron (which have about 1/4000ths the mass of the nucleus) only to lead to reception. This unites both EM and G into a unified theory and suggests the strong EM can make artificial G.

>AURORA / SENIOR CITIZEN


>"The sleek aircraft would cruise at Mach 5 (3,350 mph) speed at a maximum altitude of about 100,000 feet. The aircraft would be made primarily of titanium with its outer edges constructed of Inconel, a heat-resistant stainless steel. At Mach 5 speed the leading edges of the air-frame would glow red above 1,000 degrees Fahrenheit. [537C]

Keeping an aircraft sufficiently cool during extreme speeds is a primary challenge of hypersonic flight. According to studies done by General Dynamics and Boeing, an aircraft travelling at between Mach 5.5 and Mach 6 would have an average skin temperature of approximately 1100-1300 degrees Fahrenheit. [593-704C]

https://www.globalsecurity.org/military/systems/aircraft/aurora.htm

Not high enough temperature to warrant a mention of "allotropic" iron, need 910C. Uncontrolled re-entry/impact would be needed. If its uncontrolled it could be natural origin or man-made. "Semi-synthetic resin" sounds man-made, I have no info on this. Does semi-synthetic absolutely mean, non-natural or is their uncertainty?

7b706 No.89747

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>>89600
>Pre-Star Wars era technologies in use, most created in 1950's. Post-Star Wars era examples mentioned before, used often by La Sia, no information to compare to at current. Top 3 suspects: Project Skyhaven, Operation Midnight Broadcast, 17th Naval Intelligence. Short list, few "survivors".

It's important to add in that people will hallucinate "UFO pilots" in the presence of a fluctuating EM emitting object. This needs to be included in assessments. Some scientist experiments and witness reports to demonstrate this:

This is direct on brain electrical stimulation:
>Previous perceptions that were already primed by comparison of present situation with past situations would be the ones most likely to gain in intensity.
[ie. the situation determines the hallucination]
>We found certain images were not derived directly from real prior perceptual experiences but were products of the imagination as, for example, the image of a pig on its hind legs, talking.
>Another finding was that more of the hallucinatory [acts perfectly real] or pseudo-hallucinatory [acts obviously not real] reports occurred after stimulation of the posterior hippocampus than from stimulation of any other structure. The hippocampus has been thought to serve a regulatory function over working memory - the process of relating present situations to previous ones. Disruption of hippocampal functions is more likely to be found on electrical stimulation than excitation or enhancement of such functions. We can speculate, then, that temporal lobe stimulations and, possibly specifically hippocampal stimulations, may disrupt regulatory functions over the processes that register optical sensation, hold a percept as an image, and then match this image against memory images of prior perceptions. Loss of inhibition might lead to increased vividness of internally derived imagery.
[You can make people dream while they are awake. See pic1 for a table of visions including people.]
https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007%2F978-1-4615-8645-6_2

>The subjective experiences for those participants who reported a sensed presence were similar to those reported by others exposed to these procedures. The detailed experiences have included feeling another self, sensing a deceased person known to the participant, experiencing a human-like gray face with lights around it (upper left peripheral field), and experiencing “someone” standing nearby.

https://neuro.psychiatryonline.org/doi/full/10.1176/jnp.2009.21.3.279

This and Persinger is using EM fields:
>EXPERIMENTAL FACILITATION OF THE SENSED PRESENCE IS PREDICTED BY THE SPECIFIC PATTERNS OF THE APPLIED MAGNETIC FIELDS, NOT BY SUGGESTIBILITY: RE-ANALYSES OF 19 EXPERIMENTS
The importance of verifying the specific timing and temporal pattern of the software-generated fields and following an effective protocol is emphasized.
https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/00207450600808800?journalCode=ines20

Persinger uses specific patterns recorded from other people in his experiments!*. Persinger was also involved in Remote Viewing with Ingo Swann ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9l6VPpDublg ). Ingo Swann was involved in Remote Viewing experiments at SRI for CIA:

>Axel had his fingers pressed against his lips. He was no longer smiling, and seemed pensive. So I asked: "I gather you want me to try to remote view something?"

>"Oh, absolutely, absolutely," he responded, resuming his smile. "After the American Society, then, you went to SRI and developed a coordinate-ordinate system for remote viewing?"
>Well, that came about because we wanted to try to View sites around the world. The CIA was interested, you know. When we tried to target the cities by their names, we realized that the name had too many clues which might aid me in identifying the target.
-- PENETRATION - THE QUESTION OF EXTRATERRESTRIAL AND HUMAN TELEPATHY by Ingo Swann (1998).

The situation appears to be that our subconscious is connected to magnetic fields, which can contain information. However we also have information in our subconscious, we also have our own imaginings there as well. There is no firm demarcation between real memories and imagination memories AND other data in the EM fields. This makes being a psi-spy very difficult and so the need for double-blind remote viewing. In the absence of objective data the mind will likely use imagination to fill in the gaps.

* See pic3 for crude brain programming with magnets, pic2 adds context. Persinger in the clock video mentions specific types of EM signals and his publications and videos talk about sending specific types of EM signals. Obviously this branches out into dangerous territory for our assumed freedom of thought in our own heads.

>Third, if TLTs [temporal lobe transients, hallucinations] are primarily biogenic neuropatterns, they will be simulated, ultimately, by modern technology. If they can be evoked by artificial methods, what are the clinical implications for the control of religious experiences? These questions are immediate derivations of the hypothesis.

-- https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/6664802 Persinger (1985)

I bet absolutely no one at the CIA pondered this question!

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>>89747

(cont.)

UFO "creature" hallucinations:

>Dome and Lee parked next to the heel-stone, beside the fence, and got out to look at the orange globe, leaving the engine running. For some reason Lee would not look at it, but gazed instead at the full moon above the Stones. During this time, the globe performed aerial acrobatics in a regular pattern which engaged Dorne’s attention. while Lee continued his moon-watching. At times, the brilliant orange ball dived behind a small hill nearby or vanished and then reappeared.

>All of a sudden, Lee screamed to Dome to get into the car because security guards were approaching, which she did without looking back and they sped away. The globe followed them as they drove through another band of fog. They stopped in a lay-by after five minutes and Lee recounted what had frightened him so much. Apparently, a dark figure had suddenly appeared beside the monument and approached menacingly and noisily by stamping through the thick leaves. When it got to the fence, Lee saw that it was about 7 foot (2 m) tall and correspondingly broad, and totally black and featureless. It was at this point that he screamed to Dome to get into the car, although it was behind the security fence surrounding the monument. As they climbed into the car, the figure appeared mysteriously on their side of the fence, and at the moment that they had sped away, it was beside the driver's door.
>Still in the lay-by recovering from this getaway, Dome and Lee noticed that a fresh banana on the dashboard had turned to brown syrup, so they threw it out. The orange globe followed them further, until they reached the motorway. where it vanished.
-- Psychic Close Encounters by Albert Budden (1999)

Notice both are acting weird and only one sees the creature. The witnesses have malfunctioning brains.

Lets look at two 1947 presumed hallucinations:

>Location: Island of Muck Highland Region Scotland

>Date:1947
>Time: unknown
>80-year old Alexander Gunn, an angler saw a mermaid like creature right off the coast of the island. The being was a female humanoid in appearance, and sat on a floating wooded box and appeared to be coming her long blond hair. She plunged into the sea when she noticed the witness looking at her. No other information.
>HC addition #408
>Source: Janet & Colin Bord, Modern Mysteries of Britain

We can be reasonably certain that the seas do not have mermaid populations. We can be reasonably certain that she did not travel to Earth on a flying disc in order to sit on a crate and comb her hair.

>Location. Dolores Remedios Cuba

>Date: Summer 1947
>Time: unknown
>A woman had to be treated for nervous shock as she reported that while doing some laundry outside her home, she saw a large bright object shaped like two bowls put together land silently and a man about 2 metes tall emerged from the object. The man wore a shiny white outfit and some type of luminous headgear, he quickly approached the witness and pointing at her and at the ground he yelled something that sounded to her like Terra"
"Terra"! The witness fainted at this point and when she came to [both] the man and the object were gone. Other independent witnesses thought there had been a "crash" of some sort and remembered that US and Cuban military forces had cordoned off an area and had called for heavy quipment and trucks to come in. Something of an unknown nature was taken from the site.
>HC addition #262
>Source: Dr Sergio Cervera and personal interviews

For me, the fainting is a tell, her brain ceased ordinary operation like the salamander above. When she comes to there is no object, but the military take something away? How can that be, did it move then "crash"?

Source: https://studylib.net/doc/8063719/1-albert-rosales-catalogue-of-humanoid-cases-1965

Our brains have no firewalls, we are truly mind-fucked in a techno-dystopia society because we are evolved to recieve EM field data, it seems. Tin-foil hats ARE NOT CRAZY!!!@~

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>>89600
>The more I learn, the less empathy I care to acknowledge.

The black pill. Rule of the jungle applies within the technology space. Their will be a division between those that can access and use technology to control the population, and the ordinary, mostly innocent, population. Techno-dystopia seems inevitable, this should have been obvious since MKULTRA. That will probably lead to the technology cycle. I would expect a anti-technology movement at some point once this remote mind control tech gets noticeably implemented. Of course that will blossom out into a new type of human dystopia also.

There are rumors of it's implementation:
https://viclivingston.blogspot.com/2012/12/cell-tower-microwave-weapon-tortures.html
https://www.amazon.com/Project-Catcher-Secrets-Cybernetic-Revealed/dp/1452804087

/adjusts tin-foil hat.

There will be a future market for stylish tin-foil hats! Also harvesting the signal in your Faraday cage house could save on electricity bills! But be sure to do it before they in turn harvest your adrenaline filled blood!

7b706 No.89775

>>89607
Correction: 2004 TG10 did not do a Mercury Fly-by in 1947. But debris in the same orbit from 2004 TG10 could have.

7b706 No.89784

>An example of a hallucinatory CE experience induced by proximity to a UAP is the event which took place on Plumstead Common, south-east London, on 17 July 1978. A woman who decided to rest on the grass while her husband and children went on ahead was suddenly confronted with a large ball of orange light which came hurtling down out of the sky and settled on the ground about 50 yards (46 m) away from her. Totally bemused, she watched as two entities, who changed size as they walked towards her, confronted her in costumes which were a cross between space-suits and chauffeur's uniforms with peaked caps. Then the figure of her father, who had been dead for six years, appeared in a suit and sat on the grass beside her. At this point she felt all the blood drain downwards in her body and she passed out. She lost her sight for about three months and ended up in hospital.
-- Psychic Close Encounters by Albert Budden (1999)

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>>89785
How curious.

7b706 No.89832

>Ferdinando Cazzamalli ( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ferdinando_Cazzamalli ) was a fellow a t the neuropsychiatric clinic a t the University of Rome. He attempted to record electrical activity of the human brain without the usual attachment of electrodes to the scalps of his subjects. He attempted this by using antennae placed some distance from the scalp, recording the changes as the subjects would go through certain kinds of mental activities. This work appeared as early as 1925 and was continued for approximately 10 years.

>The subject remained in a passive state for several minutes. He was then instructed to think of people or activities, particularly those of an intense sort. After a brief instant, an abrupt change on the oscillator was determined; these changes were registered on the film. These recordings varied with the degree of stabilization of the oscillator, the velocity of the unrolling of the film, etc. Cazzamalli compares this with the psychogalvanic reflex, and used the term “cerebropsychoradiant reflex” for the phenomena observed.]
-- Attached.

Recording peoples brains at a distance in 1925.

>It was in the early half of the twentieth century that an Italian professor, named Cazzamalli, conducted experiments in which he exposed human subjects to high-frequency fields in the form of radio waves up to 300 megacyles.” He found that these subjects hallucinated at a particular frequency (between 380 to 500 mc) and reported definite ‘pulsing’ in the brain.

-- Psychic Close Encounters by Albert Budden (1999)

>The trouble is that Cazzamalli never mentioned transmitter power in his somewhat unprofessional papers. His oscillograms meant to show variations of the "beat" when his subjects were emotionally aroused or engaged in creative tasks when they were in the Faraday cage. Later, he told an astounded world that his subjects would hallucinate when under the influence of his "oscillatori telegrafica," its frequency being about 300 MHz at the time.


>Tom Jaski, a noted science writer and engineer, duplicated some of Cazzamalli's work with a modern low-power oscillator that was swept from 300 MHz to 600 MHz. His subjects could not see the dial. They were told to sound off as soon as they felt something unusual. At a certain frequency range — varying between 380 MHz and 500 MHz — the subjects repeatedly indicated points with exact accuracy in as many as 14 out of 15 trials. At these "individual" frequencies, the same subjects announced having experienced pulsing sensations in the brain, ringing in the ears, and an odd desire to bite the experimenters. The oscillator's output power was only a few milliwatts, while the oscillator itself was located several feet away from the subjects.

-- Electronics and Brain Control, Popular Electronics (1973)

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>For example, the Italian physician Cazzamalli attempted in the 1920's to elicit heterodyned radiation from human brains by exposing them in vivo to the field of a relatively powerful radio transmitter (6). He claimed to have observed and recorded a variation in such radiation when his hapless subjects were emotionally aroused or engaged in creative pursuits. Among his results was the finding that hallucinations could be induced in highly suggestible individuals by radiation.
-- http://science.sciencemag.org/content/133/3451/443/tab-pdf

Making people hallucinate at a distance is 1920s technology.

7b706 No.90081

>>89835

In 1960, after Ferdinando Cazzamalli is dead (1958) a book is published about his works. In 1966 USAF translates the book ( http://trash-art.at/trash/TheRadiatingBrain.pdf ). The book mentions technology that can go up to about 428MHz. Cazzamalli doesn't make people hallucinate by putting them in EM fields, he takes people who are psychics, psychotics, palm readers, water diviners, people who can easily visualise, and even people who have vivid dreams etc. and after they have relaxed (in the EM field) he verbally asks them to do the thing that makes them have perceptions/hallucinations or verbally says things like "think about your dead son".

I don't know where:
>He found that these subjects hallucinated at a particular frequency (between 380 to 500 mc) and reported definite ‘pulsing’ in the brain. -- Budden >>89832

comes from. And it may not mean that the subjects were put into hallucination by 300-500MHz but that when asked to do their hallucinating the signal from there brain was that frequency. Much of the language in the papers and articles can be read from multiple perspectives and could easily be read as the EM fields made the hallucinations, but that is never explicitly stated in the 1966 USAF translations of Cazzamalli's book.

So remote inducing of unintended hallucinations by Cazzamalli in 1920s is dubious. Despite it being repeated in science papers.

7b706 No.90082

>>90081
Yay found the source:

>Radio Waves & Life by Tom Jaski, Popular Electronics - September, 1960

http://img2.timg.co.il/CommunaFiles/49955721.pdf

>The Cazzamalli experiments were carefully duplicated with modern equipment, of much greater sensitivity than his. His "oscillatori telegrafica" (presumably a transmitter as used for wireless telegraphy) was replaced with a very modest low-power oscillator. The reason for this was twofold.


>To discover if this "something" was subjectively noticeable by an individual, a weak oscillator swept through the band of 300 to 600 MC with the request that the subject indicate any points at which he might notice anything unusual. The subjects were not allowed to see the dial. At a particular frequency between 380 TO 500 MC for different subjects, they repeatedly indicated a point with almost unbelievable accuracy (as many as 14 out of 15 times).
>Subsequent experiments with the same subjects showed that at the "individual" frequency, strange things were felt. Asked to describe the experience, all subjects agreed there was a definite "pulsing" in the brain, ringing in the ears and a desire to put their teeth into the nearest experimenter.
>The oscillator in this case was putting out only milliwatts of power, and was placed several feet from the subject.

So in 1960 you can make zombies with EM!

9f5ca No.90084

>>90082
>and a desire to put their teeth into the nearest experimenter
I wonder how far they took this experiment unofficially. The temptation to put a bunch of subject into a room and see what happens must have been great.

7b706 No.90092

>>90084
You'd think it would be pretty easy to find some science experiments that have EM fields make a person hallucinate. Persinger seems to be the only person doing this, and he died last year.

Unfortunately:

>Since neuronal ensembles associated with the "sense of self" are also recruited, TLT [halllucinations]s have great personal significance whose privacy is protected.

-- RELIGIOUS AND MYSTICAL EXPERIENCES AS ARTIFACTS OF TEMPORAL LOBE FUNCTION: A GENERAL HYPOTHESIS by MICHAEL A. PERSINGER (1983)

The only first hand report I can find of EM fields and hallucinations from Persinger's work is:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zo-achedLMs

How much worse would things get when the field is made by a random act of nature? And can this bio-hack be used to make specific visions?? >>89785 >>89786

7b706 No.90125

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The quest to understand human hallucinations and EM fields continues. In this episode, how fucking stupid is the design of our brain!. To wit:

>There are, however, other effects of continuous exposure of the nervous system to electromagnetic fields, first detected by psychophysiological methods. These include studies of the latency of some simple human motor responses to different stimuli (light, sound, etc.), While many of these studies have shown marked interindividual variation in responses, as well as a dependence of the effect on the basis of exposure parameters, it has also been demonstrated that electromagnetic field exposure increases the latency of the responses. Preferential delaying or inhibitory effects of nonionizing radiation of motor responses has been reported for hypotonic hallucinations, response to light flashes, and some cognitive processes (Danilevski, 1900; Dubrov, 1974; Presman, 1968; Raevskaya, 1988; Savin and Rubtzova, 1978; Sidiakin, 1986; Sudakov and Antimoni, 1973; Kholodov, 1966, 1975, 1982; Kholodov and Shishlo, 1979).

[I have no idea what he just said either, but he has references & said hallucination! Yay references!]

>It is appropriate to note that the lowest threshold values for biologic effects of electromagnetic fields were found when studying behavioral responses. In the case of magnetic fields, these threshold values were in the nanotesla range. However, most physiological, electrographic, morphological, and biochemical reporting effects have utilized more intense fields.
[Everywhere emphasizes that it isn't the strength of the field that matters]
-- Biological Effects of Electric & Magnetic Fields Sources and Mechanisms Edited by David O. Carpenter & Sinerik Ayrapetyan (1994)

Following a lead!

>Psychic Disorders. The effect of the GMF [Geomagnetic Field] on the central and vegetative nervous systems indicates that there is a relation between geomagnetic activity and several psychic diseases (112, 203-206, 219) and neurotic reactions. The cyclicity in this group of diseases has been known for a long time and hypotheses on their possible cause, implicating environmental factors, have been put forward. Some features of the clinical signs of psychic diseases indicate that solar activity and geomagnetic disturbances, i.e., increases or reductions of the GMF intensity, are direct causes of this kind of disturbance of human psychic activity. The number of Schizophrenic patients shows cyclic fluctuations with a period of about 10 years, and there is a significant high correlation between incidence of the disease and solar indices (r = +0.7-0.9). The sunspot numbers in the prenatal period of the patients were significantly higher (203-206). The most sensitive months of the prenatal period, making the greatest contribution to the possible subsequent disease, are the first three months after conception (203-206, 724).

[People can be so sensitive to solar geomagnetic activity that it makes them hallucinate. We then call them mad and lock them up.]

>A comparison of geomagnetic activity in different years and clinical manifestations of epilepsy showed a definite correlation between the indices investigated (219). For instance, in years of high geomagnetic activity (1960, 1961) there was a large number of twilight days [a dreamy state lacking touch with present reality, occurring in epilepsy, hysteria, & schizophrenia] in epileptic patients but, on the other hand, there was a reduction in the number of epileptic fits. The ratio of the number of fits to twilight days was 2.13 and 1.82 in years of high geomagnetic activity (1960, 1961), and 10.58 and 11.07 in years with minimum geomagnetic activity ( 1964, 1965). Other indices also revealed differences in the nature of manifestations of epilepsy in years of maximum and minimum geomagnetic activity. For instance, in 1960 the mean period spent by an epileptic patient in the hospital was 56.4 bed days, and 1965 it was 45.3 with similar treatment. Calculations showed that in 1960 there was one epileptic fit every 11. 16 days, and one twilight day every 23.78 days, whereas in 1965 the ratios were 3.64 and 40.26 days, respectively. The authors of the cited study concluded that clinical manifestations of epilepsy are different in years of maximum and minimum geomagnetic activity: In a period of high geomagnetic activity there is an increase in the number of epileptic psychoses and their equivalents, and in a period of reduced geomagnetic activity the number of twilight states is smaller, but the number of epileptic fits is greater. This conclusion has been confirmed on independent material and in another investigation (112), where the number of fits of epileptic patients on quiet magnetic days was higher than on magnetically disturbed days (r = -0.670-0.750).

[Under permanent influence of a GMF a sensitive person can be perpetually disassociated from the real environment.]

(cont.)

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>>90125

(cont.)

>It has also been reported that an increase in geomagnetic activity Ieads to an increase in the number of neurotic difficulties, reactions, and complaints in neurotic patients even in cases where resort treatment is beneficial (865). What is very characteristic, however, is that the author, like the other investigators cited above, also noted a significant deterioration in the state of neurotic patients on days with minimum geomagnetic activity. Thus it is apparent that the views expressed in Chapter 2 are confirmed by medical data, viz., that the organism reacts distinctly to any change in the geomagnetic environment, whether it is a sharp reduction or increase, since the deep connecting mechanisms are based on the biomagnetic homeostasis of the living organism and involve current systems in the membranes, and modification of their quasi-crystalline structure (64) and their permeability (121-123, 809). This is particularly well exemplified by a serious eye disease such as glaucoma, where destruction of the visual functions of patients is related not only to ophthalmotonus, but also to the state of the vascular system of the eye (207, 208).


-- The Geomagnetic Field and Life Geomagnetobiology by A.P. Dubrov (Academy of Seiences of the USSR) (1974/1978)

WTF were you thinking, Nature?

7b706 No.90130

>7.4. Effect of EmFs on Electric Activity of Brain and on Sensitivity of Central Nervous System to Other Stimuli

>Injection of caffeine or adrenalin into animals enhances the main reaction and convulsive discharges of epileptoid type appear in the EEG. The effect of caffeine injection is even more pronounced when the EEG is recorded from the isolated brain.
[Caffeine and fear increase epileptic reactions, and so presumably, hallucinations. Pizzagate?]

>It is characteristic that such reactions to EmFs are produced by either high- or low-intensity fields and may even become slightly more pronounced when the EmF intensity is reduced.

>It is characteristic that these reactions to EmFs are produced not only by fields of fairly high intensity, but also of low intensity.
[again low intensity fields are effective or even more effective.]

>13.1 Sensations and Unconditioned Reflexes Due to EmFs

>As long ago as the end of last century D'Arsonval (1893) discovered the phenomenon of phosphene (sensation of light flashes in the eye) due to the action of an EmF. Further investigations (Danilewski,1905; Thomson,1910; Barlow et al., 1947; Mogendovich and Skachedub, 1957; Valentinuzzi,1962; Solov'ev 1963; and others) showed that this effect could be produced by a constant magnetic field or by the magnetic component of an EmF and it was called "magnetophosphene." It has recently been reported (Jaski,1960) that people exposed to an EmF in the frequency range 380-500 MHz are subject to visual hallucinations: The subjects invariably associated these sensations (in 14 out of 15 tests) with the same point in space.
[This doesn't seem to match the actual article here >>90082 ]
>Sound sensations due to the action of an EmF were first observed in 1956 and were subsequently investigated thoroughly by Frey (1961, 1962, 1963a), who managed to establish the following features:
>1. People exposed to a pulse-modulated EmF hear various sounds (buzzing, knocking, or whistling), depending on the modulation. The sound source seems to be somewhere in the region of the occiput. Experiments involving screening of the head showed that "radiosound" could only be perceived in the temporal region.
[Hello paranormal rapping?]
>2. "Radiosounds" are very similar to the sounds produced by amplified random oscillations (noise) of the envelopes of the modulation pulses with frequencies below 5 kHz cut off and maximum extension of the band towards higher frequencies.
>3. Surrounding noise of up to 90 db does not dispel the "radiosound," although it reduces sensitivity to it. The use of ear plugs enhances the "radiosound" effect.
>4. There are certain threshold intensities below which there is no effect. Their values depend on the EmF parameters, the main ones in this respect being the strengths of the electric and magnetic components in the pulse, and not the power flux density.
>Frey suggests that the EmF is preceived directly in the auditory nerves and in the cells of the auditory zone of the cerebral cortex by various "detectors" and that other sensations, in addition to "radiosound", can be produced by EmFs, depending on the irradiation conditions.
>Wieske (1963) later observed similar effects due to the action of low-frequency EmFs - from 60 Hz to 15 kHz (with maxmum sensitivity at 3 kHz) - and also in response to the application and removal of an electrostatic field. Wieske suggests that the
EmF induces weak currents in the inner ear and these excite the auditory cells or auditory nerves.
>A tactile sensation in man due to a pulsed electric field has been reported (Noval, 1963). The subject, situated inside a solenoid, experienced jolts - on both sides of the spine in the femoral region when lying on his back, in the epigastric region when lying on his side and, in the stomach region when lying on his stomach. Frey (1963b) also described tactile sensations - itchiness or soreness on the skin of the face or forearm - in people situated close to the antenna of an ultralong-wave (14.7 kHz) radio station.
>Lastly, we mention Turlygin's experiments (1937), in which exposure to centimeter waves of very low intensity caused a sensation of drowiness and weakness in human subjects.

(cont.)

7b706 No.90131

>>90130
(cont.)

>There have been no reports of the reproduction of Cazzamali's experiments on electromagnetic emission of the brain. His other experiments (1941), however, the production of hallucinations in subjects due to EmFs of the investigated range, were recently suc-
cessfully reproduced (Jaski, 1960).

[Again with this Cazzamalli made people hallucinate due to EMFs, despite the 1966 USAF translations not mentioning it >>90081 Did the USAF cover up this aspect? Any Italian's want to locate/read the original articles and see if it is there???? ]

>Thus, a considerable amount of experimental material on telepathy has been gathered and there is a basis for discussing the physical nature of telepathic communication. But are the results of telepathic investigations sufficiently reliable? Let us see what researchers on telepathy say on this subject themselves.

>At a special symposium of parapsychologists held in 1956 (Ciba Foundation Symposium on Extrasensory Perception) the following doubts were expressed.
>1. The results of experiments with Zener cards might be attributed to the inadequate nature of the employed methods of statistical analysis of the data.
>2. There have been several cases of "false telepathy," involving coded transmission of information to the subject from his assistant or detection by the subject of involuntary external signs in those taking part in the experiment.
>3. A fact which should engender precaution is that the results of experiments on telepathy cannot usually be reproduced.
>Such doubts led the American research worker Hansel (1966) to analyze thoroughly the methods and results of practically all the known experiments on telepathy carried out in the last 80 years (up to 1966). Having discovered various methodological errors in early telepathic experiments he repeated these experiments and carefully explained where and in what conditions the error occurred.
>In several cases Hansel repeated recent experiments (together with their authors) in an attempt to reproduce the experimental conditions as accurately as possible. This work led Hansel to the categorical conclusion that absolutely all the results of telepathic investigations are unreliable and could be attributed to faulty experimental procedures or incorrect statistical treatment of the data and that in most cases there was conscious or unconscious deception. Hansel was highly critical of some "sensational" results and accused the authors, Rhine and Soal, for instance, of deliberate distortion of the experimental data. Despite such categorical conclusions, Hansel did not reject the possibility of telepathic phenomena and pointed out that it was essential to obtain convincing evidence from correctly designed and reproducible experiments.

ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS AND LIFE by A. S. PRESMAN (Department of Biophysics, Moscow University, Moscow, USSR) (1970)

It seems to me that ESP is extremely fragile, and those best suited to it would be also much closer to being insane as well because they are overwhelmed with EM sensitivity. Further more the signal itself can be overwhelmed by natural broadcasts such as solar activity. And in our increasingly EM polluted environment, we can probably expect less ESP ability to emerge and more insanity instead.

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>paradoxically small energy of magnetic fields that induce biochemical and physiological responses.

>The theory of ion-molecular interference makes it possible to explain these general features of magnetobiologicalreception. The explanation proceeds from the observation that MBE involves angular quantum states of atom-ions and rotational states of molecules exposed to MF. Such states are de Broglie waves in thea ngular coordinate space at microscopic scales that interfere with each other giving rise to slowly rotating nodes and clusters of density probability. The refractoriness of the interference fringe pattern to thermal fluctuations of the medium can be accounted for by peculiarities of their interaction with angular and rotational states.The theory of ion-molecular interference provides a few general formulas of the `field effect' type and the possibility of their experimental verification. Magnetic conditions calculated by these formulas for a number of known experiments turned out to be in excellent agreement with the observed values. It is more or less clear why relatively strong MF, unlike weak ones, rarely produce manifest biological effects. The fact is MF have practically no effect on particles. Large amplitudes of MF are responsible for high phaseshift frequencies that maybe orders of magnitude different from natural frequencies of ions and molecules in the geomagnetic field. Hence, they fail to impart a new quality to biological systems.

-- Effects of weak magnetic fields on biological systems: physical aspects http://biomag.narod.ru/pdf/2003.Binhi.ea.PUsp.pdf

And now we know one of the mechanism that data or impairment (hallucination) is transmitted by small EM fields. And strong EM fields can simply knock you out. See >>89747 and:

>In the spring of 1978, six months before the Inquiry, at least four people in Fishpond had experienced strange and distressing blackouts within the space of one week — one of these people was a visitor who blacked out while riding his bike under the lines, fell off and broke his ribs. Another was my fourteen-year-old son, who had never experienced anything like it before, and indeed did not tell me until we discovered that we had all suffered in the same way but without telling each other at first because it seemed so weird. For another villager it was a series of spells of dizziness. For myself, it was an almost indescribable episode in which the light seemed to go black (although I could still see) and I was completely disoriented; even though I was in my own garden, I could not tell which way the house was, nor even which way was up or down. This, of course, occasioned much jocularity amongst the opposition when I described it at Innsworth but later in the Inquiry we learned, from an engineer, who had not been present on the day in similar situations; and obviously had not read my statement, that it was at that time that the lower 275 kV circuit at Fishpond had been up-rated to 345 kV without anyone being told (Best, 1981).


-- ELECTROMAGNETIC MAN by Cyril W. Smith and Simon Best (1989)

I think it's fair to say that being in the presence of a plasma object can cause you to hallucinate/dream "extraterrestrials". Also we seem to be extremely vulnerable to EM effects generally. Obviously this can be weaponized. It's unclear if specific visions could be sent to victims (or recalled from the subconscious) of victims, but since it is sufficient to have any hallucination interfere with the perception that ordinary humans have abducted you, there is no need to have a specific hallucination. Overtime cultural influences would probably dictate the interpretation and then subsequent dream/hallucination. And so emerges "greys from Zeta Reticuli" or "Space Brothers from Venus", add in some costumes and watch the population make up the rest of the myth for you, free of charge.

7b706 No.90135

A side story: In my researching I came across 2 stories of ESP reception from within a Faraday cage of data outside a Faraday cage. The only physical method that could lead to this is if it is gravity waves. In >>89735 I have suggested that the atomic nucleus is an object that we can use to convert between gravity effects and EM fields. The brain could monitor fluctuations caused by gravity wave broadcasts which in turn perturb electrons, ions or molecules. It is very fascinating that Nature gave us both a very dense nucleus and a very light electron with the same charge, which allows the ability to broadcast over great distance through space. This is outside the 1947 molten blob research so I won't pursue it further.

7b706 No.90269

>Case 685 -- July 7, [1947] Omaha, Nebraska: Fred R. Reibold, of 2315 Himebaugh Avenue, and his motherin-law, Mrs. Gertrude Sniffen, reported that at 10:30 p.m. CST they had seen "a flaming object" drop into the street in front of their home. The object was round, disc-shaped, and about the size of a silver dollar, and it lay in the street "burning with extreme heat." Newspapers were called and newsmen sent out to investigate. Before they arrived, however, an intrepid neighborhood boy kicked at the fragment, after the fire had subsided, and it "fell to pieces." When the reporters arrived, they scooped up the remaining ashes and took them away for analysis. The pavement was scorched where the object had lain. The Omaha World-Herald reported the next day that chemical analysis, under Dr. C. L. Kenny, head of the Chemistry Department of the College of Dentistry, Creighton University, and carried out by two unidentified students, revealed traces of sodium, potassium, iron, aluminum, carbonate, sulphate, and unburnt carbon. According to Dr. Kenny, it was nothing more than "ordinary pipe tobacco." The report is included among those in the Air Force files. Interestingly, it is probably the only UFO on record that has been explained as "tobacco ashes."

-- http://nicap.org/waves/Wave47Rpt/ReportOnWaveOf1947.pdf

7b706 No.90322

File: 1550013685294.jpg (48.8 KB, 474x711, 6.jpg)

>Case 768 -- July 8 [1947], Boise, Idaho: Oliver Gregorson, Box 212, Boise, and Vesta Mitchell, of Route 5, Boise, reported to the Idaho Daily Statesman that they were about a mile and a half out of the city, on Route 20, at about sunset when they saw a number of silvery discs "twirling in the sky, large and very high." (The sun set at 8:28 p.m. MST on July 8.) They said that two of the objects appeared much larger than the others. They were shiny and reflected the rays of the setting sun, and as the two witnesses watched them, the two larger objects appeared to descend closer to the earth. Then, they said, the objects "turned red and vanished."A moment or so following the disappearance of the objects, Gregorson and Miss Mitchell both saw "fragments of ash" floating toward the ground from the direction in which they had last seen the objects. They caught several samples of the ash as it came down, before it touched the ground. It was pearl-grey in color, and one fragment was of "a shell-like material with bits of ash plastered all over it." One of the fragments was about the size of "a rose leaf." According to the news account, the witnesses gave the ashes to the paper, which in turn gave them to "the state chemist" for analysis. On the following day, the Statesman reported that results of the analysis indicated the fragments were nothing but ashes, probably from paper. Chemists said definitely that they were "not of a metallic residue."

What sort of analysis is that? The witness report was of higher quality!

7b706 No.90349

>Case 802 -- July 9, Midland, Michigan: Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Edward Lane were picking berries shortly after 5:00 p.m. EST when they heard a kind of "puff" noise nearby. Looking up, they saw a ball of white, sparkling fire, like a Fourth of July sparkler, about the size of a bushel basket, no more than a hundred feet away. It was hovering several feet above a stretch of sand. After about ten or fifteen seconds, the fiery object "went out," and the object vanished. The only thing remaining was a peculiar dark substance on the sand, and some metallic fragments. The report, from the Air Force files, is explained as a "Possible hoax." The results of the analysis of the fragments and sand samples were provided by the Air Force. Analysis does not, as such, constitute any proof of a hoax. On the contrary, it seems to confirm that something of an unusual nature did occur, although it does not seem on the face of it to be necessarily connected with UFOs. The analysts apparently were given one sample of the metal -- an "irregular somewhat rounded pellet" which they state is principally silver. Impurities of one-tenth percent silicon are believed to be from sand picked up from the ground "before the metal solidified." The presence of molten silver in a berry patch is certainly odd, and rules out any simple "hoax." A sample of the dark residue in the sand was also analyzed and its chief constituents were iron, aluminum and titanium in amounts of one-tenth percent each. Some of the fine powder in the sand at the site proved to be chiefly thorite, a rare mineral. According to a letter from Lt. Colonel Barnett B. Young, dated August 18, 1967, the incident, while classified as a hoax, "was not initiated by the observer."

Thorite, (Th,U)SiO4, is a rare nesosilicate of thorium that crystallizes in the tetragonal system
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thorite

In rare earth granite pegmatites and pyroclastic volcanic deposits.
https://www.minerals.net/mineral/thorite.aspx

>The Caloris basin, the youngest known large impact basin on Mercury, is revealed in MESSENGER images to be modified by volcanism and deformation in a manner distinct from that of lunar impact basins. The morphology and spatial distribution of basin materials themselves closely match lunar counterparts. Evidence for a volcanic origin of the basin's interior plains includes embayed craters on the basin floor and diffuse deposits surrounding rimless depressions interpreted to be of [u]pyroclastic origin.[u]

http://adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2008Sci...321...73M

Thorite all the way from Mercury?

7b706 No.90355

Kenneth Arnold's other UFO sighting in 1947:

>Case 850 -- July 29, Union, Oregon: While flying en route to Tacoma to investigate the Maury Island "mystery" (see I-15), Kenneth Arnold was approaching the airport

at La Grande, Oregon, for a refueling stopover. He began his let-down over North Powder, about 20 miles southeast of La Grande. He was directly over Union, at an
altitude of 5,000 feet, when he looked dow n at the clock on his instrument panel. It was 6:55 a.m. MST.
>"As I looked up from my instrument panel and straight ahead over the La Grande Valley, I saw a cluster of about twenty-five brass-colored objects that looked like ducks. They were coming at me head on and at what seemed a terrific rate o f speed. I grabbed my camera and started rolling out film. Even though I thought t hey
were ducks when I first saw them, I wasn't taking any chances.
>"The sun was at my back and to my right. These objects were coming into the sun. I wasn't sighting through the viewfinder on my camera, but was sighting along
the side of it. "As this group of objects came within 400 yards of me they veered sharply away from me and to their right, gaining altitude as they did so and fluttering and flashing a dull amber color. I was a little bit shocked and excited when I realized they had the same flight characteristics of the large objects I had observed on June 24. "These appeared to be round, rather rough on top, and to have a dark or a light spot on the top of each one. I couldn't be absolutely positive of this because it all happened so suddenly. I attempted to make a turn and follow them but they disappeared to the east at a speed far in excess of my airplane. I know they were not ducks because ducks don't fly that fast."
>Arnold described the formation as a "cluster more like blackbirds than ducks," but each object was larger than a duck, about 24 to 30 inches in diameter. He said "they rather wheeled on edge, flipping as they went as efficiently as when they were flat in reference to the surface of the ground." He made a few inquiries around the field while his plane was being refueled at La Grande, but no one there had seen the objects.
>He learned later, however, that "several farmers in the vicinity of Union had observed what they thought was a peculiar cluster of birds that morning." Understandably, Arnold did not report this sighting to the newspapers, nor to the Air Force. He told Dave Johnson about it, but the first published account appeared in The Coming of the Saucers.

7b706 No.90392

File: 1550187821236-0.png (17.34 KB, 495x407, Vallee classification for ….png)

File: 1550187821236-1.png (17.29 KB, 501x375, Vallee classification for ….png)

File: 1550187821236-2.png (19.86 KB, 516x390, Vallee classification for ….png)

File: 1550187821236-3.png (20.12 KB, 516x416, Vallee classification for ….png)

Finished categorizing the 853 sightings into "Current Vallee Classification System" ( http://www.cufos.org/pdfs/Vallee_UFO_Classification_Systems.pdf ):

A preliminary look shows an interesting and supporting piece of evidence. The 1947-07-04 spike has a different character than the others. The wider event has about 50% ordinary boring fly-bys (sky blue in pie chart). But July 4th has 64% ordinary boring fly-bys. Suggesting something changed on July 4th. July 4th is when we cross 2004 TG10's orbital path ( >>78826 ), and since it has not hit Mercury it's meteors would do nothing interesting (unlike 2002 XM35 and it's children). This adds addition weight to my hypothesis.

7b706 No.90720

File: 1550476157408-0.png (124.01 KB, 1307x708, Vallee Classification of 1….png)

File: 1550476157408-1.png (51.34 KB, 789x671, Moon bumps and apparent sp….png)

File: 1550476157409-2.png (12.23 KB, 894x591, 2002 XM35 Moon pre-wave sl….png)

File: 1550476157409-3.png (12.57 KB, 894x592, 2002 XM35 Moon post-wave s….png)

File: 1550476157409-4.png (21.29 KB, 893x593, 2002 XM35 Moon 1947-07-07 ….png)

>>90392
The character of the sightings for all the days of the 1947 wave. Pic#1 This shows that fly-bys generally fell whilst stationary and wobbling/maneuvering increased. What would cause this?

The 1947 wave occurred between 2 "moon bumps" ( >>89607 ) and so we can reasonably suspect the moon's position could be a player. The "moon bumps" probably exist because the moon is in the correct position to optimally slingshot meteors -that would have otherwise missed the Earth- onto the Earth.

This has another consequence, because the Earth rotates, when the moon is on one side or the other it will sling-shot meteors with or against the surface rotational speed of the Earth.

The southern portion of the US is at about 25deg Latitude and its rotational speed is 943 MPH or 1517 km/h.
The northern portion of the US is at about 50deg Latitude and its rotational speed is 669 MPH or 1076 km/h.
https://www.vcalc.com/wiki/MichaelBartmess/Rotational+Speed+at+Latitude

So when the moon throws a meteor to the Earth against it's rotation the minimum speed will be 669 MPH or 1076 km/h to the perception of the ground observer. This is faster than aircraft were capable of and if they are shiny molten blobs they will attract attention.

Pic#2 shows the position of the moon and the rotation of the Earth. It also shows when we should expect 1000 km/h+ sightings and slow sightings. The decrease in daytime pure fly-by sightings is because the moon overtime left the optimal position, ultimately it was positioned to make more daytime stationary, hovering and slow maneuvering sightings. pic#2

It is also interesting to note that the peak of the reports were when the moon was opposite the 2002 XM35/Mercury "collision" radiant in our sky. I am not sure why, was it simply out of the way? Or adding gravity assist?

Pics 3 and 4 show moon bump positions. Pic #5 shows opposition on sightings peak date.

7b706 No.90867

File: 1550624682717.jpg (101.23 KB, 573x470, 1946PA.....54..482R.jpg)

Magnetic field "friction" and air friction both heat iron in meteors.
http://articles.adsabs.harvard.edu/cgi-bin/nph-iarticle_query?bibcode=1946PA.....54..482R
Interesting.

7b706 No.90868

File: 1550626551783.jpg (217.38 KB, 896x659, 1947PA.....55..212..jpg)

Meteors at Earth distance heated by the sun are 4C in space. Heat loss over 6 months from a potential thousands of degrees collision still needs to be looked at.

articles.adsabs.harvard.edu/cgi-bin/nph-iarticle_query?db_key=AST&bibcode=1947PA…..55..212.&letter=.&classic=YES&defaultprint=YES&whole_paper=NO&page=212&epage=222&send=Send+PDF
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stefan%E2%80%93Boltzmann_law

7b706 No.90869

File: 1550648247326-0.jpg (208.69 KB, 467x803, 1886 elliptical iron-magne….jpg)

File: 1550648247326-1.jpg (89.46 KB, 473x386, 1886 elliptical iron-magne….jpg)

From 1886:
Parent body was elliptical like some of the 1947 sightings
Iron has sedimented out in small amounts, needs 1200C
The silicate is green because the Magnesium has not detached from the silicate which happens at 1900C. So whilst it did achieve flying disc roundness it never achieved magnesium plasma gas floating.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Olivine

7b706 No.94539

File: 1552630617703-0.png (114.04 KB, 1302x734, from_az_sighting_mercury_m….png)

File: 1552630617703-1.png (217.91 KB, 1100x7000, Big Meteor Timeline.png)



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