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The dome-shaped canopy will give people aboard the Geobat FS-7 a broad field of vision, similar to a helicopter. AEROBAT AVIATION


Imagine someday going into your yard or driveway, hopping into your George Jetson-style flying saucer and lifting off vertically as you head to work.
To some, such a scenario is pure science fiction, but to a consortium of seasoned aviation minds, including those who run Brooksville’s Corporate Jet Solutions, it’s no pie-in-the-sky fantasy.
Located at Brooksville-Tampa Bay Regional Airport, Corporate Jet Solutions recently inked a joint-venture agreement with Aerobat Aviation, a California company with plans, someday soon, to launch a manned flying saucer-like aircraft known as Geobat FS-7.
Unmanned prototypes of the aircraft have been made and tested in Brooksville and at Georgia Tech and Auburn University, where wind-tunnel tests were conducted.
“We are building a saucer plane,” said Bradley Dye, vice president of Corporate Jet Solutions and Dyenamic Aviation, which are owned by his son, Tony Dye. “You’ve seen ‘The Jetsons’ (cartoon)? It kind of looks like that.”
Dye said the companies are working to have saucers ready for the Experimental Aircraft Association’s Airventure Oshkosh event held July 28 to Aug. 3 in Oshkosh, Wis. The event draws aviation enthusiasts and companies from around the globe. In Oshkosh, Bradley Dye and Travis Shannon, chief executive officer of Aerobat Aviation, expect the saucer plane to elicit great interest.
“It will be clear on the top, but with a canopy on top for sun reflection,” Shannon said. “It will be almost like (flying in) a helicopter with much better visual of the sky and the ground, and the surroundings. You’ll feel like you’re floating.”
Dye and Shannon say they are prepared to revolutionize aviation and eventually bring high-paying jobs to Brooksville.
Matching their enthusiasm is Dennis Wilfong, who chairs Hernando’s Aviation Authority and is Brooksville’s ambassador of Commerce and Employment,
“What’s good for the airport is good for Brooksville, and what’s good for Brooksville is good for the county,” Wilfong said. “I think it’s a super opportunity. It will bring manufacturing jobs, and we’re looking at high-tech, high-end employment. We’re talking about way above our average median salary for our area. Plus, we’ll have machine shops moving in, all the collateral stuff.”
The California and Brooksville companies were brought together by county commission candidate Jimmy Lodato, a retired entrepreneur.
“Travis Shannon called me and wanted to see if there was local interest here,” Lodato said. “Knowing Tony Dye, he’s so young and energetic, and I thought he might be excited. Tony looked at (the idea) and loved it. We brought Travis down, sat in a conference room and got it all figured out.”
That was about four months ago.
“It’s now gone all over the world since Fox News ran a piece on it,” Lodato said. “Now, there are more (aviation supply) companies calling me and asking to be a part of it, We’ll see how much interest it created when we go up to Oshkosh.”
According to Shannon, the original saucer planes were produced by inventor Jack Jones, who is working on an improved design with Dean Goedde, a flight systems control designer who also designs airframes, autopilots and sensors.
Shannon said future commercial saucer flights are a remote possibility.
“What comes into question are fossil fuels and efficiency,” he said. “We have more inherent drag. It may not make sense for passenger jets, but there are more ideas for the future. That’s not to say that we couldn’t do cargo, because (the Geobat) could probably carry double the weight with similar wingspan.”
The Geobat also could be used for agricultural purposes.
The first scheduled commercial airplane flight happened more than 100 years ago, when Tony Jannus flew then-St. Petersburg Mayor Abraham Pheill across Tampa Bay to Tampa.
Bradley Dye predicted it is only a matter of time before the first manned saucer flight, from Brooksville to Tampa, will occur.
Asked what aviation pioneers Orville and Wilbur Wright might think of the saucer-shaped plane, Dye grinned.
“They believed in something that most people would have said couldn’t happen,” he said. “I think they would embrace a new design. Look at that first plane (of theirs). The thing was heavy, made of skids and cloth and wood. And they were the test dummies.”
Bradley Dye and Shannon touted the Geobat’s safety, saying the circular craft is likely to roll like a hubcap in the event of a crash, potentially increasing survivability rates.
The next step, Dye said, is to obtain Federal Aviation Authority certifications and begin production of light-sport aviation aircraft.
“We will have to do some public education,” he said. “This is a new design of aircraft. You don’t want people thinking it’s a UFO.”

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LINK:  http://tbo.com/news/florida-weird/brooksville-to-be-hub-for-new-saucer-shaped-aircraft-20140518/

Wikileaks Stratfor UFO Files

On Monday February 27th, 2012, WikiLeaks began publishing The Global Intelligence Files, over five million e-mails from the Texas headquartered "global intelligence" company Stratfor. The e-mails date between July 2004 and late December 2011. They reveal the inner workings of a company that fronts as an intelligence publisher, but provides confidential intelligence services to large corporations, such as Bhopal's Dow Chemical Co., Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman, Raytheon and government agencies, including the US Department of Homeland Security, the US Marines and the US Defence Intelligence Agency.According to Wikileaks Stratfor UFO files, "By 1949, military intelligence authorities had classified the "flying saucer" phenomenon as Top Secret and Army CIC had passed on information that the Soviets may have developed saucer-shaped aerial weapons capable of delivering atomic bombs or dissipating radioactive materials over NATO countries as a stopgap measure to make up for the nonexistent nuclear weapons arsenal. In early 1947, the nonexistent nuclear arsenal in the United States was a closely guarded secret as well and no doubt this fact set in motion the nuclear arms race which terrified Angleton. OSO was probably aware of Soviet knowledge of the bomb gap existing within both superpowers and the flying saucer invasion of the United States which crossed Angleton's desk put a scare into his psyche which is reflected in a credo he shared with other OSO staff members: "You who believe or half believe, I can say this now, that I do believe in the spirit of Christ and the life everlasting, and in this turbulent social system which struggles sometimes blindly to preserve the right to freedom and expression of spirit. "In the name of Jesus Christ I leave you."After General Walter B. Smith was appointed as DCI, Angleton continued on as OSO Staff A (foreign intelligence operations) inside the CIA's clandestine division. In 1951, he was given the all important Israeli desk which he held tight control for twenty years because it was a source of vital Soviet information in the Middle East. As more and more UFO sighting reports made their way to CIA headquarters, unevaluated reports were forwarded to counterintelligence when the locations were identified as coming from Soviet bloc countries. During this period, Angleton made good liaisons with FBI contacts who were equally concerned with protecting vital atomic research facilities and no doubt many domestic reports were read by Angleton as they came across his desk in the "L" Building across the Lincoln Memorial. When Smith was coaxed away from his power base as DCI, Allen Dulles, Angleton's friend form the OSS days became the new DCI and in late 1954, promoted Angleton to the position of deputy director and Chief of Counterintelligence with direct access to Dulles and all foreign UFO intelligence from the Intelligence Advisory Committee who had been established to look into national security implications involving the UFO phenomena."Down below are other interesting leaked information: Report Section 4, 'ANGLETON AND THE MJ-12 DIRECTIVE': "Among all the controversial documents leaked to the public in the last twenty years regarding state secrets and the UFO phenomena is the fantastic revelations of the CIA's unacknowledged MJ MAJESTIC TWELVE files disclosing the most guarded of all classified subjects-extraterrestrial life forms and their technologies"Report Section 5, on Marilyn Monroe: "a UFO leak crisis brought new strains on Angleton as he had learned that Hollywood screen star Marilyn Monroe's phone conversation with a New York art dealer discussing Kennedy's secret visit to an undisclosed military base to see alien artifacts and her disdain over the soured relationship she had endured with President Kennedy and his brother"Report Section 6, on JFK: Dated 12 November, 1963, just ten days before he would be gunned down in the streets of Dallas, Texas, Kennedy informed Angleton that he was setting things in motion to actually share sensitive CIA UFO intelligence data with the Russians through the director of NASA. This request was made on the same day he requested James Webb to begin Kennedy's peace overture to the Russians via joint space exploration" read moreSource : Wikileaks

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Resident in the Heilongjiang province in China reported seeing three UFOs darting across the sky and apparently one of them came crashing down into in a man’s vegetable garden.
According to Chinanews.com, villagers in Mengchang saw three objects falling from the sky this morning. Soon after they heard a “huge piercing sound,” and a huge ball of flame came crashing down into the vegetable garden of one of the villagers.
What they found in the garden looks straight out of a science-fiction movie. It appears to be a large metal ball covered by a layer of jagged material. According to China Radio International,  China Central Television news is reporting the object to be about 2 and a half feet wide and weighing nearly 90 pounds.

The area has been secured and an investigation is underway. Villagers have taken pictures of the object, which remains unidentified.
Crashed UFO in vegetable garden. (Credit: Chinanews.com)
Crashed UFO in vegetable garden. (Credit: Chinanews.com)
Closer image of the strange object that crashed into a man's vegetable garden in Heilongjiang, China. (Credit: Chinanews.com)
Closer image of the strange object that crashed into a man’s vegetable garden in Heilongjiang, China. (Credit: Chinanews.com)
Chinanews.com has suggested that the object could be related to the failure of a Russian rocket at about the same time. The rocket launch was at 3:42 am local time in Kazakhstan, which is 5:42 am in Beijing. The rocket failed 540 seconds into the flight at an altitude of nearly 100 miles.
The Proton-M rocket was carrying an advanced satellite. However, the head of the Russian national space agency, Roscosmos, told Russia Today the rocket and cargo burned up in the atmosphere and should not have caused any damage on the ground.
The Heilongjiang province is a long distance from Kazakhstan, but the timing is coincidental.
Map of Heilongjiang, China in relation to Russia and Kazakhstan. (Credit: Google Maps)
Map of Heilongjiang, China (red marker) in relation to Kazakhstan. (Credit: Google Maps)
The internet being what it is, of course the rocket’s demise is being linked to UFOs. In the video below a faint point of light can be seen crossing the screen at about 45 seconds into the video. It goes from right to left. Some people have suggested that it is a UFO. It also looks like it could be a star.

Earlier this week UFOs were blamed for the Chinese moon rover malfunctioning. Could this amount to a full scale alien invasion of the far east? Or could it be a case of over active imaginations?
Just in case it is aliens, Mashable has posted a story today about military plans on dealing with unlikely events including attacks by aliens or zombies. In it they reference a book by scientists and space consultants titled An Introduction to Planetary Defense: A Study of Modern Warfare Applied to Extra-Terrestrial Invasion. It might be time for all of us to order a copy. I just placed my order today.
I just hope they don’t invade too soon. I opted for the cheaper shipping, and it will take a week or so to get here.

UPDATE 5/19/2014:
Discovery News thinks they have discovered what crashed in China last week, and it is not the first time this culprit has been mistaken for an alien object. Discovery writes:
According an AFP report, space debris was found near Qiqihar city in the northeastern province of Heilongjiang, located on Russia’s far east border. Investigators associated with the China National Space Administration recovered “parts from a carrier rocket or a satellite” that “appeared to have fallen from the sky on Friday,” said the Chinese Xinhua news agency.
Photographs have been released of a damaged spherical object, which resembles a Composite Overwrap Pressure Vessel (COPV). COPVs are commonly used by spacecraft to store pressurized liquid fuel and are often constructed of steel or titanium and wrapped in Kevlar — the same material used for bulletproof vests. These objects are therefore very tough can can often survive the extreme heating of reentry.
These falling space orbs have, in the past, caused some excitement as to their extraterrestrial origin, but after expert analysis they are quickly identified as space junk.


Three UFOs Fall In China After Russian Rocket Gets Hit By UFO

22 May, 2014

New NASA SETI Book Suggests Rock Engarving ARE ALIEN? IS AA Right?

Recently, there was a recent article on NASA on SETI studies, based upon Rock Carvings, the release is no longer on NASA's main site but now on a new server "Gizmodo":

Archaeology, Anthropology and Interstellar Communication [PDF] | Archaeology, Anthropology and Interstellar Communications—a new 300-page volume [1.8MB PDF] edited by Douglas A. Vakoch—are not saying these carvings were definitely made by aliens. They're saying that, since we don't really know the origin and meaning of these markings—which were made thousands of years ago all cross Europe, America and India—we can assume that they are made by aliens as a test to what we may encounter when we actually make contact with a civilization from another planet.

NASA pulled the book and press release from their site. Now the book is available here, as pointed out by a commenter. | Gizmodo

Consider again, therefore, the desirability of establishing symbolic/linguistic communication with ETI [Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence]. It is helpful to review some parallels from human existence that pose problems for us today. One of these is "rock art," which consists of patterns or shapes cut into rock many thousands of years ago. Such ancient stone carvings can be found in many countries [...]
We can say little, if anything, about what these patterns [above] signify, why they were cut into rocks, or who created them. For all intents and purposes, they might have been made by aliens.
Perhaps, Erich von Daniken is right? Ancient Astronaut, and Ancient Alien Theory?

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05 May, 2014

X files opened at Cardwell UFO Festival - ABC NEWS AUSTRALIA

From aliens to men in black, flying saucers and strange lights, 'UFOlogists' gathered to share their stories and theories at the inaugural Cardwell UFO Festival.

 Former UFO sceptic Molly Dunn says she was converted when she saw a hairy alien at the end of her bed. (ABC Local: Isaac Egan)

 "UFO fanatic" Brad Booth says the public has been fed lies, but says the truth is out there. (ABC Local: Isaac Egan)

  Daryl Fig says he saw a flying saucer once and claims the government saw it too. (ABC Local: Isaac Egan)

 Archie Dunn says he was witness to disappearing "men in black" who were "too perfect to be real" (ABC Local: Isaac Egan)

The monster at the end of my bed

Molly Dunn says her first sighting was when she moved from England to New Zealand in 1953.
"It was hairy and it was on the end of my bed and its eyes spoke to me and I was absolutely scared I nearly wet my pants," she said.
"It said to me 'I can be any size or shape want'.
"A few days later I thought 'what a silly thing to say'.
"I never thought I would see anything like that in my lifetime."

Lies and conspiracies

Cardwell resident Brad Booth proudly boasts of being a "UFO fanatic" but says on a number of issues the public has been fed "a pack of lies."
He says flying saucers are manmade and claims bigfoot is a homeless man.
"I know a guy up here who is an Aboriginal, is about six feet tall; I bought a very high-powered telescope to view him," he said.
"There is also one near the Innisfail tip, you smell him before you see him."
Mr Booth says the bigfoot footprint discoveries in Canada were faked.
"They were big feet, but there were all these screw holes underneath," he said.
"One guy was offered $10,000 to put the suit on and run around in the forest just to prove that these existed."

Burnt into my memory

Darrell Figg says he once spotted an unidentifiable flying object and the sight has stuck with him ever since.
"I was driving back from Ingham to Trebonne and... I spotted this little silver object sitting in the sky and I could see that it was isolated, because every time it turned the sun hit the side and gave it a glint of silver," he said.
"I got a good idea what it is... it ain't man made, that's for sure.
"It is a feeling you'll never forget, it is bewildering... it is hard to explain, but there has got to be something else out there, we can't be the only ones around."

I saw the men in black

Archie Dunn says he and his wife witnessed disappearing "men in black" who were robotic in movement and too perfect looking to be real.
"We were in the Auckland Museum and we went into the cafe for a sandwich and Molly my wife drew my attention to two men sitting near us," he said.
"They were at least six feet tall and dressed in black and absolutely immaculate.
"They got up from the table, didn't seem to speak to each other, they walked down steps across the lawn, and all of a sudden they started to shimmer and disappeared - just like that."

 Check out the Cardwell UFO Festival gallery

Link: http://www.abc.net.au/local/photos/2014/05/03/3997256.htm

03 May, 2014

The Russian Roswell incident

So here's the deal. There's this small mining town in Russia’s Far East called Dalnegorsk and on June 29, 1986 some strange stuff went down.

A UFO incident witnessed by a lot of people.

According to the Russian news agency Pravda, witnesses described a slowly moving (and bobbing up and down) large reddish sphere that slowly ascended and descended as it moved across a mountain range, and its glow would heat up every time it rose up.

As the UFO approached one mountain top (Mount Izvestkovaya, also referred to as Height 611) it sort of “jerked” and then crashed into the mountain. Witnesses reported seeing something like an explosion.

In the days after the "crash" hundreds of witnesses said they saw three smaller spheres show up and began to act, at least to the witnesses, as if they were searching for the "crashed" sphere by doing slow sweeps over the area and sending down what appeared to be rays of light, sort of like search lights on an Army chopper. After a wile of searching, the three smaller spheres sped off and that was that.

Valeri Dvuzhilini of the Academy of (Soviet) Sciences was reportedly the first person (the first earth born human, at least) to arrive on the scene two days later.

He collected samples (now referred to as alien artifacts) of what were described as strange metallic mesh objects scattered at the site and samples of rocks and vegetation which had been scorched in the crash.

This incident is widely referred to as the "Russian Roswell," referencing the famous alleged 1947 UFO crash near Roswell, New Mexico.


In the 1990's Las Vegas reporter George Knapp traveled to the crash site to investigate the case and was given a few of the charred "rocks" (pieces of metal) that were found there.

The very rocks/metal you see in the photo at upper right.

A 2012 story in the Huffington Post says Knapp was told by the Ruskies:

"Three Soviet academic centers and 11 research institutes analyzed the objects from this UFO crash. The distance between atoms (in the found metal) is different from ordinary iron. Radar cannot be reflected from the material. Elements in the material may disappear and new ones appear after heating. One piece disappeared completely in front of four witnesses. The core of the material is composed of a substance with anti-gravitational properties."

Today you can see those pieces of UFO metal that were given to Knapp at the The National Atomic Testing Museum in Las Vegas, Nevada between episodes of throwing dice with gusto and yelling out, "Baby need a new pair of shoes!"

Epilogue: being incurable skeptics in the mold of Galileo we find it curious that once those rocks were here on American soil that some curious scientists did not do the same tests on them that the Ruskies did to see if they arrived at the same conclusions about the atoms and whatnot.

Curious, no? 

Link:  http://www.skyvalleychronicle.com/BREAKING-NEWS/PHOTO-OF-THE-DAY-br-The-Russian-Roswell-incident-1717923