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Avi Loeb's expedition finds 'metallic spherules' on ocean floor


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What else can this be but the  remains of the vaporised metallic parts of  an alien spaceship that desintegrated on contact with our atmosphere. RIP.

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You can find these by dragging a magnet through the dirt in the street gutter in front of your house.

Harte

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Unlikely to be intelligent design from outwith our solar system. I've no doubt the spherules will be from a meteorite which exploded over the ocean. As the molten fragments cooled,they formed spheres.
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1 hour ago, sanchez710 said:

Unlikely to be intelligent design from outwith our solar system. I've no doubt the spherules will be from a meteorite which exploded over the ocean. As the molten fragments cooled,they formed spheres.

Exactly, that was the Avi's presumption before the expedition. They did a lot of calculations beforehand, and found the spherules only in the pre-calculated elongated area of the particle dispersion after the meteorite explosion. They had the control zone to prove that the spherules indeed are found only in that specific area.

Read more here: https://avi-loeb.medium.com

As of the "spacecraft" presumption that's typical of the Avi's humour. He loves to admit exciting possibilities but never maintains those without reason, he wants to be inspirational.

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ET-aliens like to play marbles too, ya know.

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On 7/7/2023 at 8:47 AM, Chaldon said:

As of the "spacecraft" presumption that's typical of the Avi's humour. He loves to admit exciting possibilities but never maintains those without reason, he wants to be inspirational.

Avi sure makes me laugh, especially when he dumps on scientists for using scientific methods which he finds are unnecessary for his brilliance.

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13 hours ago, astrobeing said:

Avi sure makes me laugh, especially when he dumps on scientists for using scientific methods which he finds are unnecessary for his brilliance.

One such scientist makes this world a bit more interesting place to live in, the others are always correct, practical and useful, but quite uninspiring when it comes to the places "no one has traveled before". Only the crazy ones make the others think and dare.

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11 hours ago, Chaldon said:

One such scientist makes this world a bit more interesting place to live in, the others are always correct, practical and useful, but quite uninspiring when it comes to the places "no one has traveled before". Only the crazy ones make the others think and dare.

You mean crazy ones like Carl Sagan?

If you think "correct, practical and useful" isn't inspiring then you haven't experienced much of the real world.

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Right.

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17 hours ago, astrobeing said:

You mean crazy ones like Carl Sagan?

If you think "correct, practical and useful" isn't inspiring then you haven't experienced much of the real world.

Yep like Carl Sagan or Tsiolkovsky.

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8 minutes ago, WVK said:

 

DISCLOSURE!!!!!!

I know what you skeptics are gonna say so don't bother. I know there have been aliens visiting the Earth for centuries and the U.S. government has been lying about all of it. I have to search for it but here were are several articles from the 1950's that talk about spheres being sighted. Also there were radar returns from the 1990's that were round, or better known as spheres. Explain that!!!

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10 minutes ago, Trelane said:

DISCLOSURE!!!!!!

I know what you skeptics are gonna say so don't bother. I know there have been aliens visiting the Earth for centuries and the U.S. government has been lying about all of it. I have to search for it but here were are several articles from the 1950's that talk about spheres being sighted. Also there were radar returns from the 1990's that were round, or better known as spheres. Explain that!!!

Avi I said that the spheres are going to be analyzed by 3 different labs and that the results should be available in a month.

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1 minute ago, WVK said:

Avi I said that the spheres are going to be analyzed by 3 different labs and that the results should be available in a month.

I don't kneed Avi to study anything. I know what I saw!!!!!!

People can analyze this and then just say it came from a meteor to get people off the scent. I know the truth though. These were likely remote sensors that got basically shot down by the U.S military using its radar arrays to disrupt the sensors' on board navigation systems causing them to crash. 

Due to human arrogance the aliens are here now and extracting a form of retribution for us interfering with their studies and exploration.

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The Medium posts were...interesting. Avi possibly finds a non-magnetic wire in his sweep of the ocean floor. Wisely, to rule out contamination, he asks someone to sweep the deck with a magnet. They find nothing resembling the wire. 

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Well yeah, the wire was part of the guidance systems that linked the sensors. The aliens have created a interdimensional type of payphone they us to kind of go fishing for information between universes. I know what I saw.

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Spherical shot can be manufactured using what they called The Shot Tower.

https://www.inventionandtech.com/content/shot-tower-1

Basically you pour molten lead from a height and when it hits water it'll form spherical balls. According to the article the Watt's Tower was in use up until 1968.

I could see spherical balls forming if a molten hot meteor fragment hit the ocean.

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They form in the air, no need to hit the water.

Harte

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1 hour ago, Harte said:

They form in the air, no need to hit the water.

Harte

And when you find them in a thermokarst basin they are from the YDI. :yes:

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These spherules seem to be, at first glance, similar to those in appearance to ones found in Crop Circles. Dr. Avi Loeb might want to correlate his research with that of the late great, Dr. C. Levengood.

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On 7/15/2023 at 12:04 AM, Harte said:

They form in the air, no need to hit the water.

Harte

Im glad that you sign every post with, Harte... How else could we possibly know it was you?? 

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