THE man involved in one of the most infamous alien abduction cases of all time has hit out at skeptics and non-believers – saying 16 separate lie detector tests – taken by himself and witnesses to the unexplained 1975 incident – prove his story is TRUE.
Chris Augustin tours UFO conferences across the globe giving the shocking story amid claims he has experienced missing time due to abductions by extraterrestrials – and it all started after his misadventure at the USAF base in the Nevada desert.
In the sci-fi film Arrival, alien spaceships suddenly appear above twelve locations on Earth. The aliens—seven-limbed creatures called heptapods—are willing to let a few humans come aboard for quick chats, but there’s no universal translator gizmo to help the two species parley. Instead, each country calls upon its top linguists, including Louise Banks, played by Amy Adams.
Banks is whisked away to the nearest spaceship in Montana, tasked with untangling the heptapods’ languages and figuring out why they have come to Earth. To find out how linguists might react when faced with an extraterrestrial language, the filmmakers consulted Jessica Coon, a professor of linguistics at McGill University in Montreal. Continue reading If aliens invaded, how would we talk to them?
Everyone is familiar with the broadcast images of Neil Armstrong’s historic first steps on the moon, and many believe his footsteps to be the first ever on the lunar surface. However, during a documented NASA symposium, Armstrong made comments alluding to the fact that not only had other species visited the moon, but that there were signs of colonization there upon.