Do you believe in UFO’s? UFO’s are a hot topic right now. We believe in UFO’s. Our planet is like one speck of sand off all the beaches in the world. It is hard to believe that with so many galaxies, we are the only one with life. If you believe in a creator, God, as we do, what makes you think he didn’t put life elsewhere? It is mind blowing to think about the size of space.
We hope that if UFO’s are flying around or are in the sea, they are friendly. Hollywood has painted a nasty picture of what other civilizations may be like and they are not very civilized. Our government has released information, but at a slugs pace. After years of mocking people, the government has decided to make people aware.
About a week ago, Congress rebranded or redefined UFO’s. They are unidentified aerospace-undersea phenomena. Servicemen have had encounters for years with unexplainable UFO’s.
The revised definition of “UFO” also includes “transmedium” objects which, according to lawmakers, “transition between space and the atmosphere, or between the atmosphere and bodies of water.”https://thehill.com/opinion/3610916-congress-implies-ufos-have-non-human-origins/
Navy and Air Force have had more reports in the last few years from their own pilots. Sen. Gillibrand suggested,
“aerial and transmedium advisory committee” made up of experts from NASA, the FAA, the National Academies of Sciences, the head of the Galileo Project at Harvard University, the director of the Optical Technology Center at Montana State University, the Scientific Coalition for UAP Studies, and the American Institute of Astronautics and Aeronautics.https://www.politico.com/news/2021/11/17/this-is-urgent-bipartisan-proposal-for-ufo-office-pushes-new-boundaries-522845
UFO’s were dismissed by the government for a long time. Congress changed that and are focusing on objects that are not “man-made.”
Space Force is the newest branch of the military created by Pres. Trump. The emblem that represents them we find to be fun. It’s reminiscent of Star Trek’s uniforms. Space Force is under the Navy. If you haven’t already, check out space force.
The Air Force and Space Force are considering beards. It has been requested by the military for years. Black men especially, suffer from ingrown hairs, preventable by allowing some beard growth.
“We shouldn’t build a culture limited by the past,” Natale wrote. “Let’s look to the future. Do not fear the beard; resistance is futile.”https://www.military.com/daily-news/2022/08/22/air-force-and-space-force-consider-testing-out-beards.html
We don’t mean to make light of this and think it would be awesome for the Space Force members who would like to have facial hair be allowed. Aside from the cool logo, bearded Space Force members would set them apart.
Artemis 1 is the first step in putting men back on the moon. It is set to launch on August 29, 2022. It’s launching from the Kennedy Space Center. The same place Apollo 10 was launched 53 years ago. NASA is hopeful the weather will cooperate and allow for liftoff. Should the mission need to be delayed, early September will be the next dates.
“If you really want to understand the origin of the evolution of the solar system, there is no better place … to go [than] the moon,” Kring says. Because the moon has never had an atmosphere or flowing water, it is not subject to weathering and erosion and has thus preserved evidence of its origin, he says.
Mars is next.
“The launch windows to get to Mars are once every two years,” he says. “So, we would be thinking about keeping our astronauts on the surface of Mars for a long period of time. I personally feel like we would be doing them a service and everyone a service if we test out all these technologies on the moon first.”https://www.npr.org/2022/08/28/1119290573/nasa-artemis-i-mission-moon-launch-apollo
You can live stream the Artemis 1 liftoff here.
There is no space talk without Elon Musk and SpaceX. Elon Musk was also busy with his own launch. 54 Starlink satellites went into orbit and then they landed a rocket at sea! Elon Musk is working with T-Mobile to eliminate dead zones.