Super woke: NASA sending depictions of naked humans to space to reach out to extra-terrestrials


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HOUSTON, TX- This could go one of two ways. With NASA scientists allegedly planning to launch pictures of naked humans into space, we suppose it would be important to know what the goal is.

For example, if you’re trying to attract space aliens to visit Earth, it might be a good idea to send naked pictures of say, Jennifer Aniston. Or perhaps one of the hot conservatives out there such as Tomi Lahren or Emily Campagno.

Conversely, if you want to scare off any potential alien invaders, just send them naked pictures of the shrews from The View. Once they saw a picture of Joy Behar or Ana Navarro sans clothing, they would definitely head for the hills.

Almost as good (or bad) would be a picture of Nancy Pelosi, Maxine Waters or Hillary Clinton. That would send the worst alien invader running in fear. Or perhaps one of the attendees at these pro-abortion protests…those purple and blue haired freaks are enough to scare any potential invaders.

According to the New York Post, the program involves sending naked images, not actual pictures of a man and a woman next to a depiction of DNA. It is unknown if NASA consulted with Supreme Court Justice-in-waiting Ketanji Brown Jackson in an attempt to define what a woman is. Oh that’s right, she’s not a biologist.

And to show how friendly we Americans are, the man and woman are waving in an attempt to look more inviting, as opposed to heaving bricks through windows and Molotov cocktails through windows of pro-life advocacy groups.

Likewise, it is pretty transphobic of NASA to automatically assume that a naked picture of a woman is in fact a woman. It could be a male suffering from gender dysphoria. One thing is for certain…if there are aliens and they are planning on invading Earth, the first nation that is ripe for the picking is the United States. All they have to do is look at the dysfunctional lunacy of the unhinged left and they’ll be licking their chops.

Yes folks this is what your tax dollars pay for. Hopefully it turns out better than that flashing light thing from the movie Independence Day. That didn’t end to well for the Air Force crew flying the helicopter with the flashing light bars.

The images were revealed by NASA scientists as part of a project called the “Beacon in the Galaxy” (BITG). The project is designed to send a message to any alien civilizations that might be out there in outer space.

NASA says that scientists believe the pixelated images of the male and female waving hello might break the ice with potential extraterrestrials. That is of course unless in Vulcan waving is akin to giving the middle finger. Perhaps the scientists should have consulted an alien dictionary to make sure ET isn’t offended by waving.

In addition to the naked waving male and female (sorry, assuming their gender), scientists have also attempted to depict gravity. They will then attempt to turn the images into a binary-coded message that can be dispatched into the solar system and beyond. NASA scientists believe binary-coded messages are most likely to be understood by ET.

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USA- Newly released documents obtained via the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) reveal that a United States warship fired at a drone that was terrorizing a U.S. Navy vessel off the coast of California for weeks in 2019 after the Navy deployed countermeasure teams to deal with them.

Earlier in the year, The War Zone reported about the series of incidents that involved the unidentified drones stalking the U.S. Navy vessels.

The initial report covered the Navy’s investigation into the incidents and later Chief of Naval Operations Admiral Michael Gilday clarified that the aircraft was never identified.

Gilday also noted that there had been similar incidents across the service branches and allied militaries. The newly released documents show that the full scope of the drone invasions were greater than initially thought and they persisted well after the Navy’s investigation was launched.

Reportedly, deck logs indicate that the drone sightings continued through the month of July 2019 and included events where drone countermeasure teams were called into action.

The series of encounters with the drones in July 2019, saw as many as six mystery aircraft swarm several U.S. Navy vessels close to a sensitive training area at the Channel Islands.

It was originally thought that these swarms of “tic-tac” shaped drones only affected the Navy for a few days, but the new documents reveal that Navy officials dealt with the encounters throughout the month of July.

New information revealed that on July 20th, the USS Russell fired five shots at the drones, which according to The Drive, could fly at speeds of up to 45 miles an hour and traveled at least 100 nautical miles, far exceeding capabilities of any commercially-available unmanned aircraft (drones).

The USS Russell reportedly experienced a “counter” with the drones around 9:30 a.m. on July 20, shooting off five rounds around 11:00 a.m., with at least one misfire. Two days later, on July 23rd, the USS Russell sent out a “ghostbusters” team around 10:30 a.m.

The team “completed” their mission around 11:00 a.m. The term “ghostbuster” is defined by The Drive as a “rifle-shaped lower-end counter UAS device that jams radio frequencies between the drone and its operator.”

It is unknown if the USS Russell already had “ghostbusters” on board the ship or if it was brought in specifically to combat the increase of drone presence.

According to deck logs, the ship sent out another “ghostbusters” team 10 days later on July 30th after several other ships indicated a drone presence.

A Ship Nautical or Otherwise Photographic Interpretation and Exploitation (SNOOPIE) team was sent out in the early morning hours and the “ghostbusters” team was reportedly sent out shortly after.

Super woke: NASA sending depictions of naked humans to space to reach out to extra-terrestrials

The USS Kidd sent out a SNOOPIE team around 2:30 a.m., while the USS Paul Hamilton sent out a team around 3:30 a.m.

The USS Russell also sent out a “Small Craft Action Team,” or SCAT, which provides 360-degrees protection to ships and are typically used for small boat attacks. At the time, the USS Bunker Hill also sent out a SCAT and SNOOPIE team.

On July 30th, the USS Russell’s ship logs were heavily redacted and it is unclear what the USS Russell did in the following days.

The ship’s deck logs also indicated that an unidentified admiral boarded the ship on July 22nd, shortly before the drone exercises started and they left the ship on July 31st. It is unclear what their purpose on the ship was or if it had any connection with the drone presence.

The lack of concrete identification of the aircraft involved in these incidents also led to widespread public speculation earlier in the year. Leaked photos and videos said to pertain to the July 15th and 16th incident were released this summer by filmmaker Jeremy Corbell.

During a press briefing earlier this year, Gilday explained that while the Navy had not positively identified the aircraft, there was no indications that they were extraterrestrial in nature.

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Several media outlets are reporting on what has been described as “leaked” classified intelligence reports from the Pentagon, purportedly showing photos of “unidentified aerial phenomena.”

According to the website, The New York Post possesses reports from 2018 and last summer which they published. The reports were allegedly issued by the Pentagon’s Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Task Force. says that according to the reports, the task force is considering the possibility that the unidentified objects could be operated by “intelligences of unknown origin,” according to one source from the US intelligence community.

The reports allegedly included information about previous military encounters with what were reported to be UFOs.

Super woke: NASA sending depictions of naked humans to space to reach out to extra-terrestrials
Pentagon releases UFO videos – The Guardian YouTube screen clip

Citing sources, the outlet noted that the report contained a thus-unreleased photo of an “aerial phenomenon” that has been categorized as “unidentified.”

The photograph, later published on their website, was reportedly captured from within the cockpit of an F/A-18 fighter jet, taken by the pilot with his personal cell phone.

The object appears to be a silver, cube-shaped object and according to the document, the object was hovering or completely motionless when it was encountered by the military aircraft, much as a helicopter would hover, three US officials said.

Super woke: NASA sending depictions of naked humans to space to reach out to extra-terrestrials
UFO Captured by military fighter – The Guardian YouTube screen clip

According to the website, the object appeared to be at an altitude of between 30,000 to 35,000 feet, well above the service ceiling of a helicopter. It was approximately 1,000 feet, or less than ¼ mile from the fighter jet. The website said the object’s image was captured off the east coast of the United States in 2018.

Numerous explanations were offered to the website as to the identity of the objects, with the potential of their being unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP). In other words, “alien” or “non-human” technology was a legitimate area of inquiry.

The 2020 intelligence also showed “extremely clear” photography of an unidentifiable triangular aircraft, a photo which was called “shocking.”

That photo was captured in 2019, also from a military fighter jet, and showed “an apparent aerospace vehicle described as a large equilateral triangle with rounded or ‘blunted’ edges and large, perfectly spherical white ‘lights’ in each corner,” according to

Both intelligence reports have, the website said, been widely circulated throughout the defense community.

Super woke: NASA sending depictions of naked humans to space to reach out to extra-terrestrials
UFO captured by military flight- The Guardian YouTube screen clip

The website also published an email from Oct. 16, 2019, which was obtained by a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request. The email, between then-Vice Chief of Naval Operations, Admiral Robert Burke, and current Vice Chief of Staff for the Air Force General Stephen Wilson, said:

Recommend you take the brief I just received from our Director of Naval Intelligence, VADM Matt Kohler, on Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (UAP).”

Burke sent Wilson the email with the subject line “UAP follow-up.”

Burke added, “SECNAV [Secretary of the Navy] will get the same brief tomorrow at 1000.”

Last August, the Pentagon launched a task force in order to “detect, analyze and catalog” UAP or UFOs “that could potentially pose a threat to U.S. national security.”

Meanwhile, Nick Pope, a former employee and UFO investigator for Britain’s Ministry of Defense, told Fox News:

“I’m more interested in the fact that this first photo has been leaked, and in the related leaking of information about the Pentagon’s Unidentified Aerial Task Force, where serving intelligence community personnel have shared insights from two intelligence position reports.

“With my own defense background in this subject, three things stand out. Firstly, the description by one insider of the reports as ‘shocking’—a word that begs the question, ‘What about UAP do these people find shocking?’

“Secondly, the fact that the intelligence reports seem to have been given a surprisingly wide distribution in various intelligence agencies, and thirdly, the fact that the extraterrestrial hypothesis seems genuinely not to have been taken off the table.”

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Pope continued that he is expecting further leaks noting that he believes a “faction within the government clearly wants this information to be released to the public.”

Fox News reached out to the Pentagon for comment, but they did not respond.

The UAP Task Force was commissioned this past August to investigate UFOs and UAPs. This follows a number of unexplained incidents that have been observed by the military.

The Deputy Defense Secretary launched a task force to boost efforts by the Office of Naval Intelligence, officials said.

Pope told Fox News over the summer that it was not clear what the relationship between that task force and the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program (AATIP) would be. He cited “former defense officials” with the group who had been involved in work related to UFOs.

The AATIP was formed in 2007 at the urging of then Nevada Sen. Harry Reid. It ceased operating in 2012, however in 2017, The New York Times reported that the DoD was still looking into possible episodes of unidentified flying objects.

Several lawmakers have made inquiries into the subject of UFOs, including Florida Sen. Marco Rubio (R), the acting chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee. He instructed the director of national intelligence, the secretary of defense, and other agency heads to compile data on “unidentified aerial phenomenon.”

“The Committee remains concerned that there is no unified, comprehensive process within the federal government for collecting and analyzing intelligence on unidentified aerial phenomena, despite the potential threat,” DC lawmakers wrote in a report.

The New York Times reported back in July that a small number of government officials, including Reid, and a number of scientists believe that objects of “undetermined origin” have crashed to Earth and been retrieved.

Eric Davis, who worked as a subcontractor and a consultant for the Pentagon UFO program, was cited as a source. David said he gave briefings on the recovery of unexplained objects to staff members of the Senate Armed Services Committee and the Senate Intelligence Committee on Oct. 21 and 23, 2019.

Last April, the Pentagon released videos of “unidentified aerial phenomena,” which are known as “FLIR1,” “Gimbal,” and “GoFast,” which were captured by US Navy aircraft. The footage was originally released to The New York Times and to The Stars Academy of Arts & Science.


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