Jābir ibn Hayyān
The term “gibberish” may come from his latinized name
The term “gibberish” may come from his latinized name
Military contractor founded in San Diego California. According to their company overview: We are a leading provider of scientific, engineering, systems integration and technical services and products to all branches of the U.S. military, agencies of the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD), the intelligence community, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and other U.S. […]
Developed the atomic detonators for the Manhattan Project. Was on board the Enola Gay as it dropped the bomb. Pushed for the development of thermo-nuclear weapons. Together with J. Allen Hynek he was a member of the January 1953 Durant Panel Report in which the recent UFO waves were debunked as paranoia and considered no […]
Artist, scientist, alchemist, anatomist, sacreligious pervert, arms dealer, naughty boy. The over-hyped version of Athanasius Kirchner Alleged Grand Master of the Priory of Sion Alleged to have created the shroud of turin using photochemicals, a camera obscura, and a beaten corpse. In his painting of The Last Supper, Mary Magdalene’s seven foot long arm is […]
(May 2, 1602 — November, 28 1680) Scientific superstar. 17th century German Jesuit scholar who published around 40 works, most notably in the fields of oriental studies, geology and medicine. He made an early study of Egyptian hieroglyphs. One of the first people to observe microbes through a microscope, he was thus ahead of his […]
Charles Augustus Lindbergh, Jr. (February 4, 1902 — August 26, 1974) aka: Lucky Lindy, The Lone Eagle Pioneering aviator. Nazi sympathizer. Strongly opposed to America entering World War II. FDR banned him from joining the military. (in 1954. Dwight D. Eisenhower restored Lindbergh’s assignment with the Army Air Corps and made him a Brigadier General). […]
life size wax figure of Edison in private room in the top of Eiffel Tower – [flickr: mezzoblue] Inventor, Film Pirate, Sacrificial Priest from Edison’s notebooks, circa mid-1870s: A yellow oasis in hell= premeditated stupidity= A phrenological idol. The somber dream of the grey-eyed Corsican A Brain so small that an animalcule went to view […]
Developed by Frank Drake in 1961 to determine the probable number of other technically advanced civilizations in a galaxy. N = number of technically advanced civilizations emitting some kind of detectable signal. R = rate of star formation averaged over the lifetime of the galaxy. FP = fraction of stars with planetary systems. NE = […]
Astronomer Instrumental in SETI References wiki: carl sagan
On October 12, 1963, just before dawn it was raining hard between the villages of Monte Maiz and Isla Verde in Argentina. Douglas was driving his truck with a load of coal when a bright light like headlights bore down on him. The light became so bright, he had to pull off the road and […]
Since advanced extraterrestrial civilizations are so probable (, why haven’t we run into them yet? Or, as the physicist Enrico Fermi put it over lunch one day: “Where is everybody?” Some possible explainations include: These civilizations are only capable of limited interstellar travel because of fundamental physical, biological, or economic restraints. They’re aware of us […]
Nazi rocket scientist. Correspondent of Jack Parsons Invented the V1 and V2 rockets which were used against London during World War II. The V2 was the world’s first ballistic missle. After the war, he was brought to America to work on the space program. Instrumental in developing the Saturn V booster rocket that would eventually […]
American UFO researcher. Lead scientific consultant for Project Blue Book in the 50’s. Hynek coined the term close encounter in the 70’s.
Stanton T Friedman associated with MJ-12 A dual citizen of the USA and Canada Nuclear physicist, with very high level government security clearances. Received BSc and MSc degrees in physics from the University of Chicago in 1955 and 1956. He was employed for 14 years as a nuclear physicist for such companies as GE, GM, […]
Howard Percy “Bob” Robertson (January 27, 1903 – August 26, 1961) was an American mathematician and physicist known for contributions related to physical cosmology and the uncertainty principle. He was Professor of Mathematical Physics at the California Institute of Technology and Princeton University. In 1943, he was asked to investigate if the German flying bomb […]
Born at midnight on July 9, 1856, in the village of Smiljan, in the province of Lika, Croatia which was then part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. Died on January 7, 1943 in New York City. Thomas Edison sacrificed an elephant in Tesla’s honor.
Mysterious organization claiming to present the knowledge of an alien civilization in letters to prominent scientists and researchers. Their symbol appeared in strange places and looks something like the alchemical symbol for Uranus. According to Ummite DEI 98, son of DEI 97: “It is our wish to inform the planet Earth of our origin and […]
Founded in February 1954 in Los Angeles, California by Ernest L. Norman (1904–1971) and his wife Ruth E. Norman (1900–1993). UNARIUS is an acronym for UNivesal ARticulate Interdimensional Understanding of Science. UNARIUS is a group founded around the Archangel Charles Spaegel — the body which holds the now-reformed spirit of Satan, who was healed by […]
(ETH) An explanation for UFOs and alien contact which suggests that they’re physical beings which travel in physical spacecraft which cross inconceivably vast inter-stellar distances before suddenly malfunctioning and crashing on Earth in the middle of nowhere. Other hypotheses attempt to explain alien contact phenomena by means of direct interaction with human consciousness, particularly through […]
Renowned arch-skeptic associated with CSICOP. Former avionics editor of Aviation Week & Space Technology magazine. He has been a vociferous and reliable opponent of anything inexplicable related to UFOs or alien contact. Often a strong advocate of The Ol’ Ball Lightning Theory as the root cause of many sightings.
Edward Uhler Condon (March 2, 1902 – March 26, 1974) Nuclear physicist, a pioneer in quantum mechanics, and developer of radar and nuclear weapons during World War II as part of the Manhattan Project. The Franck–Condon principle and the Slater–Condon rules are co-named after him. Director of the National Bureau of Standards from 1945 to […]
Sixth president of John’s Hopkins University. Exobiology expert of Majestic 12. According to the MJ-12 documents, Dr. Bronk coined the term Extraterrestrial Biological Entity, or EBE.