“These were the first measurements ever performed beneath the ice front of Thwaites glacier. Global sea level is affected by how much ice there is on land, and the biggest uncertainty in the forecasts is the future evolution of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet.”
— Anna Wahlin, Ph.D., Professor of Oceanography, Sweden’s University of Gothenburg, and Lead Author of Ran polar submarine’s first exploration beneath Antarctica’s “Doomsday Glacier”Click for report.
This NASA/JPL animation shows the path that the asteroid Apophis, “God of Chaos,” will pass at a safe distance from Earth tonight at 8:15 PM Eastern, March 5, 2021. Apophis is estimated in size to be between 1,017 to 2,230 feet. One mile equals 5,280 feet, so Apophis is not quite a half-mile in length. All the blue dots in the NASA/JPL animation are the man-made satellites that orbit Earth now. And the pink dot is the International Space Station. But eight years from now on April 13, 2029, Apophis will come back again much closer to Earth — maybe as close as some of our high-altitude satellites.
“We just had something go right over the top of us. I hate to say this, but it looked like a long cylindrical object that almost looked like a cruise missile type of thing – moving really fast right over the top of us.”
— Pilot of American Airlines Flight 2292, en route from Cincinnati, Ohio, to Phoenix, Arizona, February 21, 2021Click for report.
“What I got back from those eyes was raw intellect. There wasn’t an ounce of mercy or kindness or empathy or anything that’s good. Nothing good. I got the feeling that it was there collecting information. Like they were Darwin.”
— Terry Lovelace, Esq., about tall, pinkish-grey alien entity on huge triangular craftClick for report.
“People were reporting ‘comets.’ But they were clearly not comets from the descriptions. People were reporting bright flying objects and said the aerial objects were spraying gas, which they called ‘mists’ that caused the Black Death.”