Space Scientist Finds Road Blocked By UFO

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What if a prominent scientist who had designed space flights for NASA, claimed he and a girlfriend driving on a country road, found their way blocked by a giant rectangular UFO?

What if, when they finally arrived at their destination, they found they had ‘lost’ three hours of time?

What if he was later interviewed anonymously about this on web radio and said he was convinced they’d encountered a spacecraft from another world or dimension?

What if subsequently he agreed to risk ridicule and be named in a book by a top researcher and reveal that the incident has changed his life because he now realises that humans aren’t necessarily in prime control of this planet?

Do you think this might make a headline or two in mainstream newspapers around the world? Not a word!

So here are the facts the media is too nervous, too stupid or too controlled, to reveal.

The scientist is Edward Belbruno who was employed by NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory from 1985 to 1990 as an orbital analyst on such missions as Galileo, Cassini, Mars Observer and others.

See Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edward_Belbruno
News of a documentary just made which will feature his UFO sighting
http://www.space.com/28387-ed-belbruno-documentary-wins-festival-awards.html
Belbruno giving a TEDx talk about how he painted his way to the moon:
His website: www.edbelbruno.com
Colors of the Universe
http://www.wildriverreview.com/interview/art/ed-belbruno/colors-of-the-universe/stocke
Part documentary - Painting the Way to the Moon:

The UFO incident happened around 11pm on October 2, 1991 on an isolated road near the small town of Wright in the Thunder Basin National Grassland park in north east Wyoming, USA.

The anonymous interview with Belbruno was on Whitley Streiber’s Dreamland show and is on YouTube here:

His name – as part of a full account - was first revealed by Colin Andrews in his book On the Edge of Reality – details here:
http://tinyurl.com/muvg5bj UK
http://tinyurl.com/kxu4xyf US

In Colin Andrews’ book Belbruno is quoted as saying: “The road was totally blocked by this object. I could not get around it. It seemed clear that whatever it was, it intended to block the road..........I was totally stunned. I had seen nothing remotely like this before. Being a scientist, I was completely at a loss for words. It just sat there -then suddenly lifted off the road”

He concluded: “Since then my view of the world has changed. I had always thought that the human race was in control of its own destiny. My experience indicated that this was not the case. Our reality is far more complex than I ever imagined and is not what it seems at all.”

Belbruno’s recent space studies were featured by Scientific American titled
A New Way to Reach Mars Safely Anytime and on the Cheap:
http://tinyurl.com/kx6ch78

There’s a lot more to this story which even suggests that Belbruno’s space trajectory research has been influenced by the intelligence behind the UFO.

Check it all out for yourself and forget the mainstream media!
 

Paul C. Anagnostopoulos

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#5
Do you mean genuinely skeptical - as in "open to, but unconvinced" or the pop version of skeptical - a euphemism for "believing it's not true" ?
I don't think it's true, but, of course, with the appropriate evidence I could convinced otherwise. It's okay to have an opinion until that opinion is changed. Otherwise you just wander around babbling "well, I'm just not sure" and wringing your hands.

"He also says that after taking with hallucinogenic drugs when he was 18 (the only time he ever did so, he said), he became a whiz at mathematics, and found he could ace hour-long calculus exams in 20 minutes."

Really?

"The sighting occurred on the same night that the Hiten spacecraft arrived at the moon, which Belbruno said he thinks is significant."

Seriously?

~~ Paul
 
#6
I don't think it's true, but, of course, with the appropriate evidence I could convinced otherwise. It's okay to have an opinion until that opinion is changed. Otherwise you just wander around babbling "well, I'm just not sure" and wringing your hands.
Okay. I have no issue with you holding the opinion of "that's BS." It's just not genuine skepticism. That rests on, to some degree - being in "I don't know."
 

Paul C. Anagnostopoulos

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#7
Okay. I have no issue with you holding the opinion of "that's BS." It's just not genuine skepticism. That rests on, to some degree - being in "I don't know."
I don't know what's going on with Belbruno. I just don't think he saw an alien craft. Of course, perhaps he just meant he saw an unidentified craft.

~~ Paul
 
#9
I don't know what's going on with Belbruno. I just don't think he saw an alien craft. Of course, perhaps he just meant he saw an unidentified craft.
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I have no opinion on the matter. My thoughts just set up the obvious questions and thoughts:

- Hoax/publicity stunt by him? If not then was it a ETC , UTC or some sort of weather phenomenon?
- Give the reported tale, it seems as if he'd be close enough to determine if it was likely to be weather or something that might be human made.
- Why doesn't he have an article about the incident on him website?
 

Paul C. Anagnostopoulos

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#20
It resembles a time-slip type experience? I thought you fully accepted the idea of indirect perception.
Actually, I don't really understand the difference between direct and indirect perception, in spite of having read descriptions multiple times. What the heck does it mean to be directly aware of an object versus aware of our representations of the object?

Since I very much doubt that people actually travel in time, either quickly or for extended periods, I'd go with a different explanation.

~~ Paul
 
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