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Aerospace Executive ‘Absolutely Convinced’ There Are Aliens On Earth

In an eye-opening interview on “60 Minutes” Sunday night, aerospace mogul and entrepreneur Robert Bigelow said he was ‘absolutely convicted’ there were alien visitors living to Earth.


Most of the segment focused on how NASA and the Las Vegas-based Bigelow Aerospacewere in a partnership to develop an expandable craft for humans to use in space. Bigelow’s far-reaching vision puts him right in the middle of a new privatization of space, a race that includes billionaires Elon Musk and Jeff Bezos.


In the following video, Bigelow described a typical expandable system to be used on future space flights.





However, during the “60 Minutes” interview with correspondent Lara Logan, the conversation shifted to Bigelow’s reported obsession with UFOs and aliens.



Logan: “Do you believe in aliens?”


Bigelow: “I’m absolutely convinced. That’s all there is to it.”


Logan: “Do you also believe that UFOs have come to Earth?”


Bigelow: “There has been and is an existing presence, an ET presence. And I spent millions and millions and millions ― I probably spent more as an individual than anybody else in the United States has ever spent on this subject.”


Logan: “Is it risky for you to say in public that you believe in UFOs and aliens?”


Bigelow: “I don’t give a damn. I don’t care.”


Logan: “You don’t worry that some people will say, ‘Did you hear that guy, he sounds like he’s crazy’?”


Bigelow: “I don’t care. It’s not gonna make a difference. It’s not gonna change reality of what I know.”



Bigelow wouldn’t elaborate on what kind of results he had achieved from his well-funded UFO research. When asked if he thought future space missions would result in any encounters between humans and aliens, Bigelow said, “You don’t have to go anywhere. It’s just like right under people’s noses.”


While Bigelow declined to describe his personal UFO encounters, he offered more elaborate details about UFOs, extraterrestrials and the private space industry during an interview on the national radio program, “Coast to Coast AM,“ hosted by George Knapp.

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CAUGHT ON VIDEO: Great White Shark Attacks Kayak In Monterey Bay


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A California kayaker in scenic Monterey Bay got the scare of a lifetime when a great white shark knocked him into the water,then repeatedly attacked his boat.


Footage from the incident showed Brian Correiar swimming away from the scene as the 14-foot-long shark went after his kayak.


“Bite marks show that it had the whole girth of the boat in its mouth,” Correiar wrote in a blog post describing the encounter. “My boat is covered with bite marks from end to end with multiple punctures.”


The incident took place in March but recently went viral after footage was posted on YouTube.


Correiar wrote that he was about 100 yards from shore when the shark attacked:



“Suddenly, I heard a loud Bang as my kayak and I flew into the air. I landed outside my boat, look back to it and to my horror saw a large great white shark no more than three feet away had my kayak in its mouth. I could clearly see its 2-inch teeth and it’s black eye that looked lifeless.”



Correiar said the shark was using his kayak “as a chew toy,” and feared it would come after him next.


“I put my face in the water to see if it was under me, but I couldn’t see anything,” he wrote.


Correiar tried to board a passing sailboat but was unable to climb aboard because it didn’t have a ladder or transom. So he asked the boaters to call the Coast Guard. A rescue team arrived about five minutes later.


“I had always thought that great whites hit a target to test it and then backed off,”Correiar wrote.“This was a prolonged attack on the surface.”


Shark sightings have been on the risealong the California coast, which some experts believe is due to warmer waters caused by a combination ofclimate change and the recent El Nino.



(h/t SF Gate)

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Twitter Had Lots Of Theories About Those Flashing Red Lights On The White House

Late on Sunday, videos and photos of flashing red lights seemingly going off inside the White House started making their way around Twitter.





A local Fox station, which had its camera feed pointed at the White House, said the flashes could be seen around 8:30 p.m. EDT from windows on the executive mansion’s second-floor. “The lights seemed to be strobing inside the building,” the news station wrote on its Facebook page. “We’re working to find out what those were.”



#VIDEO What do you think the flashing lights are in the @WhiteHouse right now? They seem to be inside the 2nd floor residence. #FOX35 pic.twitter.com/37Iga3XQOL

— Tom Johnson (@FOX35Tom) May 29, 2017


No explanation was immediately available from the White House, so naturally Twitter users started offering up some thoughts:



Those red lights flashing inside the White House seem fine & not like a meeting w/ alien overlords &/or a Manchurian Candidate thing at all.

— Jill Weinberger (@jillybobww) May 29, 2017



Say what you will about the Obama admin, they never lit sepulchral red strobe lights in the White House on the night before Memorial Day.

— southpaw (@nycsouthpaw) May 29, 2017



I've seen those lights flashing in the White House and all I can think about is pic.twitter.com/4UJpJED6j9

— JustinWayne (@ILL_LumiNaughty) May 29, 2017



Everybody relax. The flashing red lights coming from inside the White House are just a simple code being transmitted to Russian overseers.

— Michael Hicks (@MikeH5856) May 29, 2017



@SethAbramson It's an orb that was brought back from Saudi Arabia....Trump's hoping it will rid the place of all Russia related material.

— Tammy Dzwilewski (@tdzwilewski) May 29, 2017



@SethAbramson Looks like a rave, where are my glow sticks.

— Trey Lucas (@trlucas3) May 29, 2017



@SethAbramson He probably pulled the fire alarm because his Diet Coke button didn't work.

— Firemark (@CassFiremark) May 29, 2017



Here's another view of those lights. Apparently this is real, and unexplained. My favorite proposed explanation so far: "Orb malfunction." https://t.co/mzrv7p1Vhp

— Seth Abramson (@SethAbramson) May 29, 2017



There's only one person I trust to investigate the unexplained red strobe lights in the White House pic.twitter.com/ukLgodCC7R

— Patrick Monahan (@pattymo) May 29, 2017



@ucla_007 @RobbinSimmons7 @wsvn Disco Party pic.twitter.com/8wXh4dfn59

— M. Wilson (@LWOSmwilson1113) May 29, 2017


Fox 35 anchor Tom Johnson tweeted that the lights eventually turned off, and it could have been a reflection of sirens or from something happening on the street.


Apparently, Johnson’s speculation was correct. The New York Post reported Monday that the Secret Service said a medical incident occurred outside the White House grounds, and the lights were a reflection from the emergency vehicles responding to the matter.


“The red lights had nothing to do with the White House,” the newspaper quoted a Secret Service spokesperson as saying.



#VIDEO Well, whatever it was, it’s stopped now and all is back to normal for the @WhiteHouse #FOX35 pic.twitter.com/iJFQzNikcb

— Tom Johnson (@FOX35Tom) May 29, 2017


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