Before you begin…
Take a moment and breathe. Place your hand over your chest area, near your heart. Breathe slowly into the area for about a minute, focusing on a sense of ease entering your mind and body. Click here to learn why we suggest this.
The US government is going to concede that the strange objects observed by Navy pilots are genuinely unidentifiable. Not only has it been impossible to pinpoint their origin, but the physics that UFOs have been rejecting have also been the core cause of existential doubt. A significant chunk of the scientific community is perplexed. Dr. Hal Puthoff’s recent SCU presentation included a slide stating that the intelligence community was now passing the UAP problem on to the scientific community. With so much uncertainty in the air, people are starting to wonder about the nature of our reality once again, for the first time since maybe the industrial revolution. It could be argued that the last significant human expedition was to the Moon in 1969. It’s been a long time since mankind has had the chance to collectively ponder about reality, which has once again eluded us, as evidenced by the UAP enigma.
The fascination with the skies has been widespread and long-lasting. Humans are motivated to explore the unknown, find new planets, test the limits of science and technology, and then push even farther. For ages, our civilization has benefited from the intangible urge to explore and test the boundaries of what we know and where we have gone. However, due to a lack of a prime directive, this yearning for the unknown has been repressed over the previous few decades. When it comes to the subject of UFOs, society may have lost a degree of inventiveness during the previous 50 years that will be tough to recover from. Because of denial and a concerted propaganda attempt to discredit the entire issue by the world’s major governments, there simply haven’t been enough resources committed to probably the most important question ever posed by humanity, to itself.
This week, a report will be made accessible to Congress and citizens that will validate this existential concern and provide it with a level of legitimacy never seen before in the modern age.
With the US government admitting that it requires help in understanding the UAP issue, it might take the combined might of the entire nation to make significant progress. The humble admission could enable a child‘s casual inquiry and astonishment. A basic human curiosity that has the potential to transform a whole generation into scientists, engineers, and maybe even professions far nobler, that have yet to be invented.
America has traditionally depended on its’ own free spirit and ingenuity to aid in concerns of national security and sometimes, even national pride. Like when — Hickam Jr., a coal miner’s son who, despite his father’s desires, was motivated by the launch of Sputnik 1 in 1957 to pursue rocketry and later became a NASA engineer who assisted in transporting fellow Americans to the Moon. Similarly, initiatives are coming from the metaphorical “American Garage” that have the potential to have a massive influence on humanity. To entice, film, and converse with non-human intelligence(s), the most advanced technology, and human knowledge are being put to the test. Until recently, these sensors, algorithms, and equipment were exclusively only available to Defense Departments. Thanks to real American ingenuity, these technologies will now be employed in backyards, personal watercraft, and cars. Several of these initiatives appear to be supervised by specialists who appear to have a thorough understanding of the Phenomenon, both with and without high-level US security credentials.
Dr. Robert McGwier, affectionately known as “Science Bob,” is an avid amateur radio operator (call sign N4HY), the former Director of Research for the Ted and Karyn Hume Center for National Security and Technology, and a Research Professor in Virginia Tech’s Bradley Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. One of the nation’s leading experts in national security applications of wireless and space systems. His specialty is radio frequency communications and digital signal processing. Many of Dr. McGwier’s students have written research papers and completed projects that have aided the United States in keeping its sensitive information secure and citizens safe. “Sometimes the projects and papers that my students work on are kept within the United States intelligence infrastructure,” Bob mentioned to me over the phone conversation. His fingerprints are almost certainly all over several sensitive imaging devices and their algorithms. Dr. McGwier, like an increasing number of officials with security clearances who are intrigued by the UAP subject, got interested in the Phenomenon after hearing anecdotal tales (and sometimes seeing photographs) from close friends within the intelligence community.
Along with these findings and an increased desire to understand the Phenomenon from the ground up, Dr. McGwier created a business to attempt novel techniques to collect data about UAP. “I know how to train the A. I to look for birds, planes, and most known objects in the sky,” he told me, adding that “the challenge about ten years ago was that putting together all these sensors and equipment would be impossible economically, but we’ve covered so much ground now…it’s off the Richter Scale!”
Dr. McGwier was remarking on how consumer-grade technology is now affordable enough to construct a network of smart sensors and gather digital signatures from possible off-world vehicles.
“I realized pretty quickly that I didn’t want to be the CEO of a company. I only wanted to contribute to the cause” Dr. McGwier informed me with a sense of relief. He was in it for the love of the game. As a result, the corporation became a collective. Dr. Robert McGwier helped fund in its first year a project launched by an associate, Steve McDaniel, a Maryland-based software engineer, called SkyHub, an open-source effort. McDaniel, like McGwier, has worked for defense contractors as well as Big Data firms such as Intel. “Our objective is to facilitate the collecting of high fidelity data from all over the world to generate a data set worthy of scientific inquiry,” Steve McDaniel told The Vice Magazine in an interview.
Sky Hub’s aim is simple: to link a network of sensors owned by academics and hobbyists all over the world and utilize the most advanced artificial intelligence and machine learning to make sense of the data. In 2019, a team of astronomers and physicists used a similar collaboration across many sites across the world to image a black hole for the first time.
World’s First Mobile UAP Tracker
Jeremy McGowan is a professional observer, investigator, and US Air Force veteran. He created the O.S.I.R.I.S., which Luis Elizondo described as the “world’s first mobile UAP tracker” (Off-road Scientific Investigation & Response Informatics System).
His connection with the Phenomenon began in 1995 when he witnessed an odd occurrence while serving in the United States Air Force in Jordan. Jeremy was protecting what is thought to be a recovered nuclear weapon when he saw a UAP with exceptional flying abilities that were inexplicable given the existing known rules of flight and physics. Jeremy never forgot his strange experience for the next 25 years. He was so perplexed that even after all this time, he attempted to locate and identify the person who had been with him that night on his deployment. Although the inability to identify the second witness has not dampened Mr. McGowan’s determination to have a better grasp of what is going on.
Jeremy, not one to wait for an answer from the government, built his own UAP tracker, which uses a Sky Hub unit as its backbone, along with a slew of additional scientific data measuring equipment. As a skilled investigator, a previous pilot, and equipped with a little technological expertise, Jeremy presses forward, seeking answers and investigating one of existences most interesting and mysterious components, “What is the Phenomenon?”.
“I don’t think the government will give us anything in this report,” McGowan laments. “It’s either so complicated that it’ll be tough to manage and govern, or they have no understanding what’s going on,” he continued.
He said it’s a personal pursuit, but if anyone needs help constructing their own mobile UAP tracker, he’s more than ready to offer a helping hand. “I’d simply ask them if they’re certain. Typically, children do not like to be picked up in a car that resembles a Ghostbusters vehicle” joked Jeremy. Perhaps the tide is shifting, and widespread acceptance of the phenomena surrounding UFOs is increasing. Maybe that’s the positive takeaway from the 180-day UAP report.
Jeremy and the OSIRIS can be found traveling throughout the United States, Canada, and Mexico in his one-of-a-kind vehicle, investigating, classifying, recording, and experiencing this phenomenon — all with the singular goal of providing answers to the world and not allowing data to become obscured or hidden from the world.
Anyone who has followed the UAP/UFO subject in any depth is aware that there is a strong link to water and the oceans. Former AATIP Director Luis Elizondo has also hinted at the probable roots of the phenomenon in the oceans. “We need everyone, all hands on deck,” says the founder of Clandestine Waters, a first-of-its-kind publicly funded and operated scientific research expedition independent of any government or institutional oversight to gather evidence of the intelligent source behind Unidentified Submerged Objects (USOs) or Unidentified Aerial Particles (UAPs).
Modern man generally travels via the sky and the sea for quite different purposes. ECW is attempting to discover whether the same is true of the UAP/USO phenomena. Under the waves may be our greatest bet for finding true answers.
There is a clear relationship between our seas and the UFO phenomena, and the waters off the coast of San Diego may play a significant role in that connection. Not only our military has had contacts in this area, but fishermen and citizens have also had several sightings and interactions.
To gather and analyze data, ECW will use a chartered research vessel and support boats to deploy advanced underwater drones, sonar mapping equipment, and specialized sensors, among other technologies.
Thie expedition will be live broadcast 24 hours a day, with several dedicated cameras for the public to pick from positioned on different vessels and strategically placed buoys throughout the adventure. An interactive conversation with expedition team ambassadors will also be available for anybody who wishes to engage in real-time as the event unfolds. Throughout the trip, every data collected will be made instantly available to the public via ECW’s website, giving the public the chance to study the data and be a part of future discoveries.
Curiosity comes in many forms or flavors, and they are not always motivated by the same factors. Perceptual curiosity is a term that has been coined. That’s the kind of interest we have when something surprises us or doesn’t quite fit with what we know or believe we know. This is perceived as an uncomfortable state, an adversity state. It’s like an itch that has to be scratched. That is why we attempt to learn more to satisfy that sort of curiosity.
The potential of ambiguity that is going to come with the UAP report could potentially create a void that will be filled with perceptual curiosity and humanity can wonder once again.
Click below to watch a sneak peek of our brand new course!
Our new course is called ‘Overcoming Bias & Improving Critical Thinking.’ This 5 week course is instructed by Dr. Madhava Setty & Joe Martino
If you have been wanting to build your self awareness, improve your.critical thinking, become more heart centered and be more aware of bias, this is the perfect course!
This content was originally published here.