“I took my high power laser pointer and shot it up in the direction of the unexplained loud jet sound. … On two separate occasions, I have seen the beam interrupted momentarily — It seems to me there is a real physical object moving through the air that is simply not visible.”
— Scientist in San Diego, California, who has heard loud jet noises in clear sky and two times flashed a powerful laser in direction of unexplained jet noise and saw the beam interrupted by something invisibleClick for report.
“There is definitely a difference between the sources, with some being more prolific than others. We already knew from FRB 121102 that the bursts can be very clustered: sometimes the source doesn’t burst for hours and hours and then suddenly you get multiple bursts in a short amount of time.”
— Ziggy Pleunis, Ph.D., Physicist, McGill University, Montreal, CanadaClick for report.
“A lot of times, the blue-green algae neurotoxins will kill animals before they can get to the veterinarian.”
— Val Beasley, Ph.D. Prof. of Veterinary Wildlife and Ecological Toxicology, Pennsylvania State, State College, PAClick for report.
“As Stephen Hawking says, the general consensus is that any comet or asteroid greater than 12 miles (20 km) in diameter that strikes the Earth will result in the complete annihilation of complex life – animals and higher plants.”
— The DailyGalaxy, August 10, 2019
“This huge Great Red Spot anticyclonic storm is roughly the diameter of Earth and is rolling counterclockwise between two bands of clouds that are moving in opposite directions toward it.”
— ESA/Hubble Public AffairsClick for report.
“It was … three, four, seven, eight balls of light without any noise. No smoke. And they were just appearing from like a new dimension.”
— Philippe Rosset, high school French teacher from Seynod, France, who was walking up Knapp Hill above Alton Barnes, England, when mysterious silent lights suddenly appeared in the sky. He recorded with his cell phone at 9:30 PM local time on June 20, 2019, the night before the Summer Solstice.