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To The Stars Academy, an organization co-founded by former Blink 182 band member Tom DeLonge, claims to have acquired exotic materials from “unidentified vehicles”. Apparently, they’ve examined the material and concluded that its structure as well as composition “are not from any known existing military or commercial application,” according to Steve Justice, current Head of Technology and Aerospace at To The Stars Academy and former head of Advanced Systems at Lockheed Martin’s ‘Skunk Works’. Read more for the pictures and additional information.
As of today, over 550,000 people have signed up on Facebook to invade the secretive Area 51 base this September. How did this all come about? During the week of July 1, a public Facebook page joined forces with a Twitch video game streamer named SmyleeKun to organize an event called “Storm Area 51, They Can’t Stop All of Us,” an even where attendees are invited to fly out to Lincoln Country, Nevada, and “all meet up at the Area 51 Alien Center tourist attraction and coordinate our entry” at 3 am Pacific on September 20. Many are familiar with the “cammo dudes” that patrol the base and surrounding areas, so they assume that if a swarm of people ambush the high-security base at once, they won’t be able to stop them. Read more for another video and additional information.
Researcher Scott C Waring has released footage captured by NASA’s SOHO probe that appears to be a massive disc-shaped UFO shooting out from the sun from its right top corner. “I was checking out the SOHO images and noticed this UFO shooting out of the sun. If it were material from the sun it would be spread out like a hand and shooting straight out, not shooting to the side at an angle. This has a metallic shiny appearance and is 5-6 times the size of Earth. I have long believed that the sun is hollow and holds its own mini solar system inside of it which harness the energy of the sun to power the alien worlds,” said Waring. Read more for a video and additional information.
Neil Armstrong’s prototype Apollo A7L lunar boot has just sold for $49,000 as part of a space memorabilia auction. It never went to the moon, but was more than likely used in a different flight or served as a backup for the astronaut. The boot has been embroidered with ‘Armstrong’ on the inside of the tongue, and sports a silver, gold, blue exterior. The EV overshoe that was designed to be worn over the Apollo spacesuit boots, made from light blue silicone, explains Armstrong’s footprints on the moon. Read more for another video, additional pictures and information.