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“Two possibilities exist: either we are alone in the Universe or we are not. Both are equally terrifying.” Arthur C. Clarke    
In recent years the term UAP (unidentified anomalous phenomena) has become more popular. It replaces UFO and "unidentified aerial phenomena" because it also reflects submerged and trans-medium objects. Occasionally, the military refer to UFOs as fast-walkers, as opposed to slow-walkers (satellites).    
UFOs, aliens, and all that...    

The mainstream media have suddenly taken an interest in the UFO phenomenon...beyond ridiculing it, that is. This seems strange, so much so that some now joke: "I used to believe in aliens before the government told me they were real."

Headed up by Dr Stephen Greer, the Disclosure Project has been running since 1993. He is joined by numerous credible scientists and military figures, many of them senior, who contend that the Deep State (secret govt within the govt) have procured and back-engineered extraterrestrial craft. It is also claimed they work with extra-biological or alien entities at secret bases, mostly in the US. From an Electric Universe perspective, of course, we expect to see our own galaxy, let alone the wider universe, teeming with life. However, Greer goes further to claim technology — especially relating to cost-effective and clean energy — is being suppressed for the benefit of corporate interests and unaccountable power (the military industrial complex), albeit under the auspices of national security. Technology that could otherwise benefit humanity as a whole, in other words.

"We now have the technology to take ET home."
Attributed to Ben Rich, Lockheed skunk works, 1993. (Rich is known as the father of stealth.)

Of particular interest to this web site are the propulsion mechanisms of the alleged craft. It seems they operate on an electro-gravitic basis, although the exact physics remains unclear. In this US Citizen hearing (UFOs — Science and Technology (Session 19) | The Citizen Hearing on UFO Disclosure), Greer and his cohorts take questions from a political panel. Interestingly, at 1:08:50 Thomas Valone PhD states that gravitational mass and inertial mass are not the same thing...contrary to Einstein's principle of equivalence. He posits that inertial mass is essentially an EM phenomena. Basically, this means that if mass and gravity can effectively be manipulated then the speed of light is no obstacle, although this would not necessarily facilitate time travel. The speed of light is likened to the speed of sound in this respect. If the universe has an absolute time (t=0), then time travel is not possible (even if light can be outpaced). The universe is a coherent system. Furthermore, the zero point energy mentioned takes us back to the æther of classical physics, also rejected by Einsteinian physics.

On a more cautious note, and from an electric universe perspective, we suspect many lights in the sky are plasma phenomena. Not all, but a good many. (See below.) Equally, given that space turns out to be alive with plasma and electromagnetism, energy and propulsion systems that are essentially electromagnetic in nature are almost certainly the way forward. It will be interesting to see how popular science reacts to these developments. They have long downplayed the importance of electrodynamics in space and, based on their gravity only physics, have ruled out the possibility of FTL (faster than light) travel.

Between 1:07:00 and 1:09:00 in the citizen hearing linked above, it is explained that popular science remains in the dark about what is known in secretive black projects and, regardless, that they are "opposed to anything that would violate their classical laws of physics!" Moreover, it is stated that "the laws of physics need to be rewritten." Again, no surprise or disagreement there from an Electric Universe perspective.

This hearing was held in 2013. Ten years later they seem to have made progress with their UFO/UAP disclosure, at least, given recent MSM reporting. Mainstream physics, meanwhile, is stuck in the dark ages. The dark matter and dark energy age, some might say

NB. Could the Disclosure Project be part of an elaborate hoax? Some conspiracy theorists claim the deep state are planning a fake alien invasion with a view to ushering in a 'New World Order' under the guise of a 'fight against a common cause'. They refer to this as Project Blue Beam. Contrarily, Greer argues extraterrestrials are very real, spiritually as well as technologically advanced, and concerned for our welfare. Ufology has never lacked infighting and controversy, that much is certain.


Alien head


"Most scientists never look at UFO evidence, which leads to their conclusion that there is no evidence."
Bernard Haisch




“What we call mass would seem to be nothing but an appearance, and all inertia to be of electromagnetic origin.” Henri Poincaré, Science and Method


The Rejectionist argument in popular/consensus physics    

The leading theory-based rejectionist argument (which we all know) is that the speed of light is the universal upper speed limit. Distances between stars range from more than four light years to the Alpha Centauri star system, one hundred thousand light years across the Milky Way galaxy, and millions of light years between galaxies. These facts are incompatible with numerous apparent alien visitations.

If the only way to travel is at subluminal speed, it would effectively rule out alien visitations, let alone travel between galaxies. The question is, therefore: are there conceivable alternatives to slogging through space? The answer is: quite possibly! Furthermore, the way forward probably relates to the electrodynamic properties of the æther, light and matter. Such notions run contrary to the gravity-only physics which dominates popular physics at the present time, needless to say.

However, according to Thomas Valone PhD, Disclosure Project, mass and gravity can be manipulated to facilitate FTL — faster than light travel!

  "It is easier to fool someone than to convince them they have been fooled."
Lights in the sky    

Do plasma phenomena account for many UFO/UAP sightings? This is not to suggest that something akin to ball lighting can explain all of them, but there are striking visual similarities to many eye witness reports. This section also appears on the latest news page.





"Gravitational systems are the ashes of prior electrical systems."
Hannes Alfven



See also the Hessdalen lights.    
Coincidences and conspiracies. Lights on the Moon and Mars    

The Moon is an enigma. At about 25% the size of Earth — although only 1% of its density — our moon is the third largest in the solar system after Gannymede of Jupiter and Titan of Saturn. Also, its orbit is almost perfectly circular, and it is tidally locked with Earth, meaning its orbital period matches its rotational period. It takes about 29 days for both the moon to orbit Earth and for the moon to rotate on its axis, which results in the same side of the moon always facing our planet. Hence the dark side of the moon which we don't get to see.

Furthermore, although 400 times smaller than the Sun, the Moon is 400 times closer to planet Earth. This makes solar eclipses possible. It's an interesting coincidence. There are still more strange things about the moon. For example, when Apollo 12 deliberately crashed the Ascent Stage of its Lunar Module onto the surface, NASA reported that the Moon "rang like a bell" for almost an hour. This lead to some speculating it might be hollow, perhaps accounting for its low density, which in turn lead to others claiming the moon is an artificial construct, perhaps from where an alien race can observe us. Yes, it's a bit of a leap.

"The Lunar orbiter experiments had vastly improved knowledge of the Moon's gravitational field and indicated the frightening possibility that the Moon might be hollow."
Dr Sean C. Solomon, Professor of Earth and Planetary Science, Columbia University

To support claims of alien bases on the dark side of the moon, reports of lights seen moving across the surface have been cited, and there are indeed credible sources for these. However, plasmas can also provide an explanation for some of these 'moving lights', in addition to the 'mysterious' surface structures.

As mentioned on the Electric Weather and EDM pages, electrical vortices or dust devils are expected from an EU perspective because there is insufficient moisture in the atmosphere of planets like the Moon and Mars to provide an intermediate electrical path from the ionosphere to the surface through normal lightning. When in glow mode, these electrical vortices may appear as moving lights from afar. The discharge driving them has a lot in common with the Sprites and Jets phenomena recently discovered.

Furthermore, many of the surface structures attributed to aliens are actually electrical scars, including the ridged "glass-tubes" (fulgurites) which do look very odd, it has to be said. However, similar formations have also been recreated in the lab. Again, see the EDM page.

See also The moon in myth.


solar eclipse

electric dust devils

UFO Skeptic .org    

Skepticism in its true sense relates to the denial of certainty. Healthy skepticism is a good thing, in other words. Pseudo-skepticism, on the other hand, tends to dismiss most alternative views as either crackpot or conspiratorial. See the philosophy pages. Sadly, the whole UAP scene seems to be characterised by the credulous on the one hand, and the pseudo-skeptical on the other. For some it is a free variable which explains everything (the god of the gaps), while others dismiss it out of hand. Both views seem less than plausible to the genuine skeptic.

Bernard Haisch takes a scientific approach to this complex subject matter. He has been running ufoskeptic.org for some time.

  "We only understand what we are prepared to understand." Bernard Haisch
NARCAP .org    

NARCAP.org (National Aviation Reporting Center on Anomalous Phenomena) was started in 1999 to allow pilots and aviation professionals to make confidential reports of anomalous phenomena without fear of ridicule or, worse, suspension or dismissal from their work. Making official reports can be time consuming and potentially harmful to career prospects. NARCAP define UAP like so:

“An Unidentified Aerial Phenomena, UAP, is the visual stimulus that provokes a sighting report of an object or light seen in the sky, the appearance and/or flight dynamics of which do not suggest a logical, conventional flying object and which remains unidentified after close scrutiny of all available evidence by persons who are technically capable of making both a technical identification as well as a common sense identification, if one is possible.”

Talking heads    

The usual suspects are trotted out by the mainstream media when it comes to any discussion about cosmology and astronomy. They generally parrot the conventional wisdom on black holes, dark matter, dark energy, the big bang, and all the rest of it. Working within the dubious constraints of Relativity, they further assert that FTL is impossible, and on this basis effectively rule out any notion of alien visitation. Typical among this breed is Dr Brian Cox, the UK physicist who made the seamless transition from pop star to pop scientist. (He was a keyboard player with British band D:Ream in the 90s.) Mind you, even the Guardian were critical of his TV show, Universe. They described it as "dumbed down", and they are probably right, albeit for the wrong reasons. In truth, Cox is good at what he does, and is no better or worse than any of the other talking heads like Neil deGrasse Tyson et al.

Perhaps more disappointing are some of the prominent bloggers and internet personalities who are quite the rebel in many respects, and yet when it comes to anything cosmology related they sit like a rabbit in the headlights. In this interview with Joe Rogan, Cox states that the universe is swimming with dark matter and dark energy. The plasma universe, by contrast, places no such heavy reliance on exotic hypotheticals. As stated elsewhere on this site, dark matter and dark energy are the blank cheques required to postpone the falsification of bankrupt theories.

  "The fact that an opinion has been widely held is no evidence whatever that it is not utterly absurd."
Bertrand Russell
Zero point energy    
Among others, those associated with the Disclosure Project discussed above often talk about Zero Point energy, the hypothesized energy field that permeates the universe and from which unlimited energy can be tapped. As already mentioned, it has a lot in common with the classical æther which was abandoned when Einstein's theoretical approach took over. The plasma model has no problem accommodating æther models, and electromagnetism appears to be the key to understanding any such subtle energy fields.    
Over Unity?    

The 'free' energy alluded to above is sometimes referred to as Over Unity. Needless to say, this is a controversial field and many of the claims being made are dismissed out of hand in popular science circles.

Andrew Johnson, who takes a keen interest in the UFO phenomenon, discusses over unity in this interesting and humorous YouTube video entitled Infinite Energy. He is a lecturer with the Open University.

Johnson has his own web site: www.checktheevidence.com

  “Almost all people are hypnotics. The proper authority saw to it that the proper belief should be induced, and the people believed properly.”
Charles Fort
Ancient Aliens    

The ancient alien hypothesis can be traced back to Zecharia Sitchin and Eric von Daniken. They interpreted terms like Annunaki and Elohim to mean "gods who from heaven to earth came." Advocates of this hypothesis assert that these particular gods were aliens with advanced technology which was somehow misrepresented and misunderstood by our ancestors. Although this seems unlikely given their advanced astronomical knowledge, the view has nonetheless become something of a free variable. Claims that the ancient aliens built everything from Stonehenge to the pyramids are not uncommon today. Full marks for creativity, but less for veracity. Granted, numerous mysteries remain from the myth making epoch, and very little is known about the real purpose of many ancient monuments, but evidence in respect of ancient aliens remains tenuous. It can't be entirely ruled out, but it is probably more productive to try and understand the real purpose of the pyramids and other such wonders. According to conventional wisdom, of course, the pyramids were the giant tombs of egomaniacal kings, but no corpse/mummy has ever been found in them.

Plasma related petroglyphs have inspired a number of ancient alien claims. See pic right. Advocates of the ancient alien hypothesis typically interpret any circle around the head as a space helmet, be it a halo, headdress, crown, or whatever.

The idea that the pyramids were some form of resonant energy generator is growing in popularity. It is discussed in this interesting episode of the Why Files: TESLA KNEW The Secret of the Great Pyramid: Unlimited Energy to Power the World! It is claimed the stone used in their construction (principally limestone and granite) can be an excellent conductor of high-frequency electricity.

Andrew Hall of the Thunderbolts Project takes the energy idea to a new level, speculating that the head gear and related paraphernalia worn by Egyptians enabled them to harness electrical energy in a way we can only struggle to imagine today. Were they literally celebrating the spark of life?

Despite the dramatic title, WF? also take a balanced and humorous look at the crop circle phenomenon: Aliens & Espionage: Crop Circles and the CIA Coverup | They Don't Want You to Know!