Mainstream news media has been swept up with a new headline - that a former NASA scientist is saying there is life on Mars! And, well, its a true headline. One that's been reported on this website for years.
According to news reports, back in the 1970s, Viking probes detected possible organic microbes in Martian soil. However, because NASA was (apparently) only able to do this one time, and not reproduce the "experiment" again, it didn't conclude that life was on Mars.
Fast forward to 2019, however, and NASA may be changing its tune! Could we really be getting closer to the Disclosure of UFOs and aliens in our solar system, and perhaps even here on planet Earth?
This isn't new information, so why report again on it now? Maybe because there's been recent news about the Navy and Pentagon investigating UFOs, and NASA has announced that it will discover ET life soon. There's a long history of news media reporting on life and/or water being on Mars, so it could be that we are being warmed up to the idea. What do you think? Let me know in the comments, or on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram!
In this episode of the Weird UFO Show, UFOJane and GLURP the Alien go to Area 51 Basecamp!
Almost everyone knows about the 1947 Roswell UFO crash, but most don't know about everything that happened afterward, including a "cover up" that goes all the way from New Mexico to Texas. Although Area 51 is now well-known, and in fact the subject of a trending Twitter hashtag, #stormArea51," it is not probably not the place to go looking for top-secret alien tech or bodies.
Robert Porter was a master sergeant in the US army and part of the flight crew that transported Roswell wreckage to the Carswell Air Force Base in Fort Worth, where Major Jesse Marcel, Roswell's chief intelligence officer, was ordered to report to after the crash. Since ufologist Stanton Friedman reached out to Porter in 1973, the flight engineer went on to do interviews and write a signed affidavit detailing his experience handling strange packages and "pieces of flying saucer."
In the video below, uploaded to YouTube in 2014, Porter gives a candid interview about his experience as a Roswell flight crew member. Although the army sergeant passed in 2012, his desire for UFO Disclosure is evident in the video.
One crew member told Porter they were transporting "pieces of a flying saucer," first to Fort Worth, and then to Wright Patterson Air Force Base in Ohio (the supposed "real" Area 51). Porter described having to load one very lightweight triangle-shaped package (about two and a half feet across the bottom), along with three other small shoe box-sized packages. Each package had simple brown wrapping paper and tape, and altogether could easily fit into the trunk of a car. The packages were also easy to pick up; the triangle-shaped package was so light, in fact, it might as well have been empty.
On the way to Fort Worth, "there wasn't much talk." Upon arriving, Porter was told that they were in fact just transporting a weather balloon.
When the interviewer, Noe Torres of RoswellBooks.com, asked what Porter thought they transported, he said "it wasn't a weather balloon." Torres then asked him what he thinks government should do about information like this. He said: "I think they should let the people know what's going on."
According to a community news site called Rumble.com, a video showing a strange-looking star-like object speeding through the nighttime sky has been leaked by a Pentagon employee:
Unfortunately, this footage has yet to be verified as an actual Pentagon leak. Do you think it's real?
Democratic Senator Mike Warner of Virginia was recently asked about UFO sightings being reported by Navy pilots, and he gave a surprising response. Warren confirmed that the military had been briefed about UFOs, and was taking them seriously:
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