Russian Scientist: UFO collided with Tunguska Meteorite to save Earth

Sunday, May 31, 2009 at Sunday, May 31, 2009

Aliens downed Tunguska meteorite to protect our planet from devastation, stated Russian scientist Yuriy Lavbin about the 100 year old mystery surrounding the massive Siberian explosion. He showed 10 quartz crystals that he found at the place of the meteorite’s crash. Several of the crystals have holes in between, so they can be united in a chain.

- What could this chain serve for? Besides, some crystals have strange drawings on them. We don’t have any technologies that can print such kind of drawings on crystals. We also found ferrum silicate that can not be produced anywhere, except in space”, - the scientist stated.

The meteorite’s crash took place a long time ago, in the summer of 1908. An enormous volcanic ball rushed over the sky with terrifying wallop and thunder-like sound. All the citizens were frightened to death and scared to move out of their houses. A flight of a “flamy alien” ended up in an hour in the deserted taiga area. In a matter of seconds an explosive wave spread for 40 kilometers, devastating everything living around.


It was not until many years later that a Siberian scientist set up an expedition to the place of the meteorite’s crash. They searched carefully through the river banks and found unusual quartz boards. Mr. Lavbin states that such solid stones do not exist on our planet Earth. He told of an experiment that was done on the crystals: scientists tried to put some of the same drawing that were on the stones initially with a sophisticated laser machine.

How surprised they were to realize that the laser (that usually cuts metal objects into pieces) managed to put just some faint stripes, barely visible. The stones, have an entire system of different lines and circles on them. Scientists suppose that the stones used to be a part of the navigational system of a spaceship. All stones united form a map, which they could have used to cruise through the Universe.

In 1908, the UFO is thought to have hit the meteorite that weighed over 1 billion tones. If the meteorite fell down on Earth, all the people would have been dead, extinct. Scientists believe the aliens had interfered and put their lives on the line to make sure there isn't a direct impact with Earth.

A strange portrait of an extraterrestrial person on one of the stones proves this hypothesis - concluded Mr Lavbin.

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Mesa 'UFO' no longer unidentified

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Forget those surreal sightings that disbelievers call flares or weather balloons.

This bright orange "UFO" actually came down in the Valley.

Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport officials have photographs and are pursuing the landing with the Federal Aviation Administration. clear pixel

"It was some kind of electronic device," airport spokesman Brian Sexton said of the plastic object whose owner was identified as Space Data Corporation, a Chandler firm whose products have logged 250,000 hours of flying time over the United States.

The research contraption was discovered by airport employees inside a foam container on the payload end of a bright orange parachute. The chute descended about 7 a.m. on a cargo apron at the airport about the time a local television station was reporting sightings of unidentified flying objects near Gateway.

"We launched a number of these balloon-type craft this morning," said Space Data's Chief Financial Officer, George Ritchie. "We send them up about 85,000 feet, and it makes them shine as if they're bright lights."

The parachutes are released from the balloons so their payloads can test a variety of Space Data "operations and procedures," including data relays from extremely remote locations with no other coverage possibility, Ritchie said.

The company's Website, spacedata.net, describes three of the technologies -- ever-shrinking electronics, industrial weather balloons and Global Positioning Satellite (GPS) "to provide a safe and low-cost communications system that is particularly effective for remote locations."

The device that fell at Gateway apparently involves the SkySite Network, which consists of high-altitude, balloon-borne transceivers known as SkySite Platforms, which are launched every 24 hours.

Each SkySite Platform takes just 20 minutes to launch and rises to an altitude of 60,000 to 100,000 feet in about one hour, creating a coverage circle more than 400 miles in diameter.

Ritchie said SkySite Platforms are the only unmanned air vehicles approved by the FAA to operate commercially in the U.S. airspace.

But no so fast, say Gateway airport officials.

"We don't like anything dropping into the airport's airspace unless it's authorized," said Sexton.

"The matter is being pursued with the FAA."

FAA spokesman Ian Gregor said the agency would likely look into the incident once it receives a report from Gateway.

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British Navy comes close to fire at UFO's

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A British Navy warship may have come within seconds of opening fire on Unidentified Flying Objects above Merseyside, possibly narrowly avoiding the precipitation of an interstellar war and the extirpation of humanity by testy aliens.

Reports have it that the UFOs - speculated to have been visiting spacecraft from beyond the solar system - were tracked on naval weapons radars.

The revelation comes from the Telegraph, reporting on last week's sightings of "orange, ball-shaped" UFOs cruising above scouse beauty-spots between South Liverpool and Southport. The orange, blob-like flying balls - said by some witnesses to have "dropped fire" at times - were assessed by some to be floating Chinese lanterns, but this theory was widely disparaged among headline-writers in favour of the more crowd-pleasing interstellar visitors hypothesis. Also, Chinese lanterns don't move 3,000 miles/hr.

So far, so what. But then the Telegraph entered the debate with stunning revelations from "an ex-military source" regarding the presence of HMS Daring, a Royal Navy Type 45 destroyer which was docked in Liverpool as the UFOs passed over.

"The guns on the ships are powered by radar," said the source, "but military radar and civilian radar work on different frequencies, so that is probably why the airport said it had not picked anything up."

The Telegraph says that the UFOs were actually "countermeasure flares used to test the radar systems of huge anti-missile guns on the ship". The broadsheet carries on to say: Countermeasure flares are designed to prevent radar-based missile systems locking on to aircraft by providing multiple targets.

The warship, which was docked at Liverpool's cruise liner terminal, is fitted with radar-activated Phalanx guns, which are capable of firing more than 3,000 rounds a minute.

"What happened was a plane flew over at high altitude following the path of the river and dropped the counter measures, which the radar tracked," said the paper's unnamed source.

"That's why people reported seeing them where they did, from Mossley Hill up to Southport."

Actually, while the Type 45 ships are designed to be fitted with Phalanx radar-controlled guns, they don't have them yet, owing to lack of money. The plan is apparently to cannibalise weapons from older ships as they retire. But Daring does have her 4.5-inch main gun, and a pair of ordinary slower-firing 30mm cannon intended for use against pirate dhows and the like.

The 4.5" "Kryten" gun turret (a type of weapon in use since before World war II) can be fired under radar control. It would normally be seen as a poor choice for anti-aircraft work these days, but beggars can't be choosers - the ships' PAAMS missiles, their primary armament, aren't ready yet either.

The "Radar countermeasure flares" notion is plainly poppycock, however. Countermeasure flares are for confusing infrared systems, not radar - though ordinary illumination flares are used occasionally as aiming targets for lighter manually-aimed guns. But you certainly aren't going to start letting off flares over a densely-populated urban area in the UK, so we're staying with the much more credible alien-visitors idea.

So what we've got here is HMS Daring tracking extraterrestrial spacecraft, and possibly almost certainly coming within inches of triggering an interstellar invasion by an ill-timed freak accidental firing mishap. That is, in the unlikely event that the rather feeble weapons actually fitted to the navy's newest, billion-dollar destroyer were actually able to do any harm.

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