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Re: Nuking The Aliens

From: Nick Balaskas <nikolaos.nul>
Date: Fri, 02 Nov 2007 11:27:43 -0400
Archived: Fri, 02 Nov 2007 13:08:14 -0400
Subject: Re: Nuking The Aliens

>From: Jay Nelson <jnelson.nul>
>Date: Thu, 01 Nov 2007 12:55:15 -0700
>To: UFO UpDates - Toronto <ufoupdates.nul>
>Subject: Nuking The Aliens


>Last night there was a British science show, Horizon, on PBS
>about the causes of gamma ray bursts. Apparently, these strange
>explosions were first detected by a US satellite that was - get
>this - looking for evidence the Soviets were testing their H-
>bombs by blowing them up on the farside of the Moon.

>Now, how absurd is that? Test your bombs by shooting them at
>someplace you can't directly observe, don't control, and a risky
>quarter of a million miles away???

It's not that absurd Jay.

When I was an undergraduate in physics at York U., one of the
projects I chose to investigate was those mysterious gamma ray
bursts in space using data obtained from the Vela satellites
which were able to detect and pinpoint such high energy bursts.
Because of the very short time duration of these bursts, and the
fact that we could not detect a source for these explosions
using optical telescopes, they could not have been produced by
large objects such as giant stars or even very distant dwarf
galaxies. I jokingly suggested to my fellow classmates that
these gamma ray bursts were evdience that Star Trek is real and
what we are observing was battles between starships of Klingon
and Romulan empires against Captain Kirk's Enterprise and other
starships of the United Federation of Planets!

One of the detections that was made by the Vela satellite was a
powerful gamma ray burst not from space but from Earth in the
general vicinity of the Indian Ocean. My suspicions that this
unexpected burst was a secret nuclear explosion (a secret
Isreali-South African nuclear test) was confirmed years later
during an international seismological meeting in Yellowknife
near where the array of seismometers, originally funded by
DARPA, which I monitored daily for earthquakes, mine blasts and
unannounced nuclear explosions around the globe.

Before the international treaties of 1963 and 1967 banning
nuclear weapons and tests in space was signed, there were some
nuclear explosions in the upper atmosphere and near-Earth space.

Unfortunately these treaties did not prevent nuclear reactors on
satellites from being placed in orbit around the Earth or on
spaceprobes sent into deep space. In 1978, one such satellite
with a nuclear reactor, Cosmos 954, fell in Canada contaminating
a large area with highly radioactive debris which brought in the
the "Blue Boys" who are dispatched whenever such incident,
including crashed UFOs, occur. Partly because of how quickly
similar teams were dispatched during the 1965 UFO crash east of
Pittsburgh in Kecksburg, the object recovered may have been a
Soviet or, more likely, an American nuclear warhead.

>I'm reminded of the story in the Disclosure book about how we
>fired a 100 megaton monster at the Moon at one point supposedly
>to show just how bad we were, and that the aliens disarmed it.

>Could we have been actually shooting missiles at the aliens? Or
>is that even more absurd?

Nothing is too absurd.

Just like in the US and the Soviet Union where fighter planes
were in the mid-20th century were dispatched with orders to
intercept and shoot down UFOs, Canada did likewise. We too
experienced a large loss of pilots and aircraft during these
encounters with UFOs. There have been even greater losses of
pilots and aircraft in covered-up aerial dog fights bewteen the
superpowers, such as the time Korean Airlines Flight 007 was
also shot down in 1983. A Greek acquintance of mine from Toronto
was a passenger on KAL 007 and I have good reasons to believe
that he and fellow passengers survived the downing of this
Boeing 747 after it flew over Soviet airspace (and why I also
believe that the passengers on United Airlines Flight 93 that
crashed a few miles east of Kecksburg did not die in that crash

Nick Balaskas

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