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Took photo of proposed afternoon walk from my garden. then when up there got my daughter to take a pic of us from her i phone. it didn’t come out you couldn’t see us. i scoffed and said my pic you could definitely see walkers if you zoomed in. that’s when i noticed the ufo in the picture.
Finish yard work,just enjoying a cloudless sky,did not know as it was low enough i could have heard an engine, bright silver object, cylinder in shape no lights, moving east at slow speed, stopped, went straight south for 30 seconds and then dispersed,i first thought it was a small plane but after watching flight paths of jetliners and local aircraft thought it was way to low and odd movements and disappearance made me wonder what it was.
I was coming to work, i was heading south pulled up to stop light about a mile in from of me saw something really huge moving across the sky at a very high rate of speed, was real low for a second i though maybe a 747 was going to try to land on m59 which was about 3 miles ahead of me, upon pulling into work sever minutes later i saw abject again across from work around half mile in open field totally disappeared behind tree line for 2 minutes or so, shot off into the sky, this was not something we made, no way!
I observed a light in the sky last night in the 8 o’clock hour. it ascended basically straight up, then changed direction and took a horizontal path from se to nw. i alerted my neighbors and from about the one minute mark it was seen by 6 of us. definitely not a plane or helicopter or ball lightning or swamp gas. very interesting. it was slightly bigger and more luminous than the stars, but not by much. when it took the horizontal path it held a steady course but it was not on exactly a strange line. it swerved and jumped around slightly. don’t know what the heck it was. again, observed by i think 6 people. no photos, it would have just looked like a star anyway. everybody who saw it was pretty amazed, the consensus was we all agree it was a ufo, at least in the pure sense of it was a flying object that no one could identify. who knows. it was certainly interesting and exciting.
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Air Date: Mon, 25 Sep 2017
Dr. Bart Kosko is a Professor of both Electrical Engineering and Engineering and Law. In the first half, he will discuss his take on the North Korean nuke situation, the latest in artificial intelligence and the third great wave of machine learning and robotics.
Lynne McTaggart is one of the central authorities on the new science of consciousness. In the second half, she will discuss astonishing new findings about the miraculous power of group intention.
Air Date: Mon, 25 Sep 2017
Dr. Bart Kosko is a professor of electrical engineering at the University of Southern California and a lawyer licensed in California and the federal courts. He holds degrees in philosophy, economics, mathematics, electrical engineering, and law (having worked as a law clerk for the Los Angeles District Attorney’s Office). Dr. Kosko is an elected governor of the International Neural Network Society, has chaired several international conferences on neural and fuzzy systems conferences, chairs USC’s Intellectual Property Committee (through the Academic Senate), sits on the editorial board of several scientific and mathematical journals, has published well over 100 scientific papers, and has published several popular essays in venues from Scientific American to the New York Times and is a frequent contributor to the opinion pages of the Los Angeles Times. Dr. Kosko is author of several textbooks, the international bestseller Fuzzy Thinking, Heaven in a Chip, and the World-War-III novel Nanotime. His latest book is Noise (Viking/Penguin).
Air Date: Mon, 25 Sep 2017
Lynne McTaggart is one of the central voices in the new consciousness movement. She is the award-winning author of seven books, including "The Field," "The Intention Experiment," "The Bond" and her new book "The Power of Eight." Lynne is consistently listed in the Watkins’ annual list of the 100 most spiritually influential people in the world. As Editorial Director of the website What Doctors Don’t Tell You, she publishes a highly praised health publication and runs many popular health and spirituality teleconferences and workshops. What Doctors Don’t Tell You has been awarded “Best” and “Most Popular” website of the year for health and wellbeing on three separate occasions.
Lynne is also the architect of the Intention Experiments, a web-based “global laboratory,” which was prominently featured in the plotline of Dan Brown’s blockbuster "The Lost Symbol." Lynne is a member of both the Transformational Leadership Council, launched by Jack Canfield, and the Evolutionary Leaders, launched by Deepak Chopra. She has appeared in many documentaries on the science of spirituality, including “What the Bleep?!: Down the Rabbit Hole,” “The Living Matrix,” “I Am” and “The Abundance Factor.” She is a highly sought after public speaker, speaking at conferences and workshops around the world. Lynne and her husband, WDDTY co-founder Bryan Hubbard, live and work in London, UK. They have two adult daughters.
I was outside smoking a cigarette, talking with a friend on the phone. i usually look up at the stars at night while smoking. i noticed it by chance. at first, i thought i was looking at a tiny sliver of a crescent moon, half of it being obscured by partial cloud cover. but as i looked more closely, it grew into a triangle-ish shape, the “bottom”of the light widened while also shimmering in a waterfall-esque way, while the “top” remained a single point. it looked like it could have been an explosion in outer space. i don’t think it was a craft although i wouldn’t rule it out. i heard no sound. the light remained stationary as it changed shape, until i looked away momentariliy to dispose of my cigarette in an ashtray and it just was just gone by the time i’d finished putting my cigarette out. i didn’t see it disappear. it just was there until it wasn’t. very weird. upon further reflection i decided that what i saw couldn’t have been the moon behind moving clouds, because i know from experience that at that particular time of night during the fall, the moon would be further east in the sky. i couldn’t see the moon anywhere in the sky. i only saw the weird light, and stars. it’s worth noting that the place where the moon would have been at that time of night was entirely obscured by clouds, different than the ones obstructing the western part of the sky, where i saw the light(s?). i’ve never seen a ufo in my entire 22 years of life and right now i’m starting to question my sanity.
Very bright light. appeared to be a helicopter at first except there were no flashing lights. moved slowly through sky from south west toward the east at 7:15-7:20pm sept 24. watched as light moved east. intensity of light stayed consistent. last 5 seconds it dimmed quickly and was no longer visible. faded as it passed into the shadow from the earth. it appeared to move slowly in the sky… so either very large and far away or close, slow moving and very reflective. light faded at around 20 degrees in sky just after sunset in hesperia ca.
I looked out my window at 2:00am witnessing a bright light in the sky between an opening through the leaves of a large tree in my backyard. the light was larger than any star in the sky. it was larger than any visible planet. as i watched it i noticed it was moving. with the help of the leaves, i could tell the pace of the movement more easily because it disappeared behind the leaves. it moved faster than stars in the sky, but much slower than airplanes, sattelites, etc. so, i grabbed my good camera and tripod and ran to my back porch. i found openings between leaves and branches by standing, kneeling and in between then adjusted my tripod, zoomed in 30x, and began snapping pictures. it seemed to first be moving upwards in the sky. so i would have to adjust my tripod higher up. then it started on a slow path downward on what i believe is about 150-160 degree angle. eventually it seemed to stop and go straight downward at a 90 degree angle for the remainder of the sighting. i ended up having my tripod go from all the way down, then all the way up, then all the way down again. i almost felt like the object wanted to observe something on the ground, maybe the nearby airport, or maybe the nasa glenn research center, both a few miles south of the objects. it moved slow enough for most to not think twice when seeing it, maybe thinking it is just a large bright star. although it was definitely larger and closer than even the largest star that can ever be observed in the sky. i have been studying ufos and e.T.S for a year now, so i definitely noticed that i was seeing something different here. i see things all of the time but this is by far one of the coolest sightings i have had. i focused on this object that usually remained red and blue in the pictures pulsating fast in a pattern of red, white, blue. what i found very strange, were these smaller copper/silver colored objects that appeared in the photos i was taking near the main ufo. i did not see these objects myself at all, but they were obviously there. then i noticed another object very similar to the main one i was already snapping photos of. this one however, seemed to be blinking fast between the main colors of orange, white and yellow rather than red, white and blue. the last photo attached is of the orange and yellow object. i observed these objects between 2-3am. if i held a ruler in the sky, the object moved over a foot within an hour. i do not know of a man made or known space object that moves at that rate and looks like the pictures i have attached. the whole time i felt i was looking at something really special.
I was sitting outside having a cigarette around 7:20 pm looking at the crescent moon when, what i first thought was a star started to move and continued moving nnw. i followed the object wi5h my eyes for approximately 2 minutes. i was to say the least perplexed by what i saw. then about 1 minute after the first object disappeared i noticed a second object, which i had observed and thought to be a star, from the same area in the sky as the first object, just east and parallel of where the moon was, start to move and this time i stood up a rolled with my eyes as object moved nne for approximately 3 minutes. both objects just blinked out they were there then they weren’t. no sound, no change in brightness and no change of direction other than from being stationary to moving and both were thought to be stars when first observed
Approximately at the same location that i saw a ufo last evening, i saw a similar one with an orange-red trail tonight at about 6:45 p.M. in sherman oaks in the sky around woodman ave. the trail was not firely like last evening but seemed to be more smooth. this ufo reversed direction and then i lost sight of it.At first like last night, i thought maybe it was a helicopter but it was way to small to be a helicopter.