Developers from Canada intend to send a satellite into low-earth orbit equipped with specialist a camera and radiation detecting equipment in an effort to catch the planet’s first ever conclusive proof of some alien craft to find out if the truth real is out there.
The disclosure movement asserts that NASA and other space agencies have the technology to discover UFOs and aliens, but opt to withhold the data from the general public for “fear of the effect knowledge of greater beings may have on authority and religion on Earth”.
Disclosure enthusiasts have called for many years for world governments to release all confidential files they have on the topic of aliens and UFO phenomena, but it’s been a long-time forthcoming, they claim.
By using Indiegogo, the aim is to put this project in the hand of the citizens, so they can take over the quest for alien life.
The satellite will have a scintillation counter to check ionising radiation levels, as high readings could indicate the presence of alien craft, claim some researchers, and two cameras will constantly record a 360 degree view.
Software engineer Dave Cote, who developed the idea with fellow researchers, said in a promotional video: “Despite many sightings and events, government, military and media have made a strong attempt to discredit the idea of extraterrestrial aliens.“
And in the face of their apparent disbelief of the topic, the same military and governments have spent huge amounts of money secretly studying these ridiculous UFOs and aliens.“
What our project aims to do is use a low-orbit satellite controlled by us, the individuals, to study potential objects in our earth’s atmosphere.”The start-up claims contributors of $100 (£66) or more will be allowed access to CubeSat data, while $500 (£330) would enable them to be actively involved and take still images.
Radar: while this is a hope, but may not be feasible, we would like to have radar capabilities on our sat. Mini radars do exist, but they are a very new technology, so it may be difficult to get our hands on it. Radar would give us another tool for measurement, and would be among the first radars in space.
If we raise enough funds, maybe we can get a radar on our sat, and have the ability to concretely verify objects in space.
Regardless of radar, our radiation detection and imagery will give us enough to verify high energy emitting objects in space.
Now, on disclosure:
For the past 70 years, the topic of extraterrestrial intelligent beings and UFO’s has been controversial, if not ridiculed. Despite many sightings and events, government, military and media have made a strong attempt to discredit the idea of extraterrestrial “aliens”. And in the face of their apparent “disbelief” of the topic, the same military and governments have spent huge amounts of money secretly studying these “ridiculous” UFO’s and aliens. Thanks to freedom of information, and the actions of many with first hand experience, thousands of documents, witness testimony and data have surfaced, making the ridicule posed on ufology by media and governments seem staged and forced, with a very secret intent.
To name a few reasons why this topic is important, and why it must be subjected to rigorous scientific study:
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