Article by Joshua Smith                                          May 10, 2021                                                      (dailystar.co.uk)

• In October 2017, a mysterious cigar-shaped “asteroid” estimated to be 200m in diameter was spotted by the University of Hawaii’s Pan-STARRS1 telescope. This first interstellar object ever found in the Milky Way, dubbed ‘Oumuamua’, was observed to be spinning and accelerating at a phenomenal speed, known as “non-gravitational acceleration”, through our solar system. Mainstream scientists determined that Oumuamua wa just a new kind of comet, propelled by a mechanism we simply don’t understand yet.

• But Harvard University Professor Avi Loeb (pictured above) insists that the most rational explanation for it is that it’s alien. Loeb has deduced the rock is actually a “sail” being propelled through space by photons. This is a type of technology that must be constructed by someone.

• Speaking on the Big Brains podcast (see video below), the professor said that humans could stand to gain an awful lot by learning about other civilizations through “space archaeology”. Loeb says, “Oumuamua could be a ‘technological relic’ that’s billions of years old and that just as we would study the Mayans or other civilizations from Earth’s past, we should do the same for whoever or whatever sent ‘Oumuamua through our solar system.”

• “So communicating with them might be an unlikely occurrence, but if you are adapting the approach of space archeology, you don’t care about that because you’re looking for relics they left behind,” said Loeb. “Of course, they would indicate that civilizations (exist or existed), but you can try and figure out why they died and perhaps avoid a similar fate for ourselves. So it could be a lesson in history for us, it would keep us modest and better equipped for the future.”

• “The other thing that could happen is if you find technologies that are far more advanced than ours, we can import them to Earth. If we see an unusual object, we can in principle land on it, read off the label, ‘‘Made on planet X,’’ so we will know its origin, but also perhaps, copy that technology to Earth,” Loeb continues. “And, it might be a way of short-cutting into our future because it would take us many years to develop the same technology, so there are lots of benefits that I can imagine for humanity from just finding technological relics in space.”

• Professor Loeb has previously speculated that our solar system could be filled with quadrillion alien spaceships of which we have no knowledge. And in a recent interview with The Economist, Professor Loeb said that the cigar-shaped object may have been a message from a distant, more technologically advanced civilization.

[Editor’s Note]  Professor Loeb is absolutely right about the logic of conducting ‘space archaeology’ throughout our solar system. People like David Wilcock have revealed that our solar system is filled with relics from ancient visitors throughout history. In fact, Corey Goode reported that as Oumuamua was traversing the solar system in 2017, an archaeological team from a secret space program did dock with the tumbling cigar-shaped craft, entered it, and inventoried its contents. Goode said that the errant craft had already been scoured by others, but they were able to retrieve some artefacts that were hidden.

 

A top scientist has said earth can “shortcut into its future” by

stealing alien technology off of a mysterious cigar-shaped asteroid which he believes may have been a UFO from a distant galaxy.

‘Oumuamua, estimated to be 200m in diameter, is the first interstellar object ever found in the Milky Way and was first spotted in October 2017 by the University of Hawaii’s Pan-STARRS1 telescope while it was looking for comets and asteroids near the Earth.

The long, cigar-shaped rock was observed by experts to be spinning and accelerating at a phenomenal speed, known as “non-gravitational acceleration,” with some scientists baffled as to why.

Most experts agree ‘Oumuamua is probably a new kind of comet propelled by a mechanism we simply don’t understand yet.

But Professor Avi Loeb, who runs the Department of Astronomy at Harvard University, insists the most rational explanation for it is that it’s alien.

Prof Loeb has deduced the rock is a “sail” being propelled through space by photons, and sails (used by scientists on Earth) have to be constructed as they are not naturally occurring.

33:47 minute Big Brains Podcast with Avi Loeb (‘The University of Chicago’ YouTube)

This content was originally published here.

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