A busy bumper week of new UAP/UFO content, this week for your UFO/UAP round-up, week ending 24th October 2021.
Starting off, we have a fascinating interview with retired CIA officer John Ramirez, who talks about the structure of some of the programs he’s allowed to talk about which interacted with the UAP area, detailing the deep space tracking systems which pick odd objects up (including one program set up in partnership with, and inside, China).
Next, here’s a mainstream media appearance by Nick Pope who always does a good job of bringing the UAP topic back to brass tacks.
And more in the same vein, this time from the USA – a Tucker Carlson Originals episode on UAPs.
While, here’s a look at how in the 1950s, the US. Navy made a comprehensive star survey before humans first went into space. Now, modern star maps appear to have hundreds of missing stars. Where did all those missing suns go? Beatriz Villaroel’s VASCO project is looking for answers. Could the missing stars be an unknown force of nature or evidence of alien civilisations?
James Iandoli is interviewed by The Unidentified Celebrity Review. The brains behind Twitter’s “Engaging the Phenomenon” and now YouTube’s “Engaging the Phenomenon.” James and his extensive expertise of UAP accidents are starting off “Crash Retrieval Week” for the crew.
And more of the same with guests Dan Zetterstrom and Jamarl Thomas.
Lue Elizondo appears for the first time on UAP podcast Disclosure Tonight, where Rob and Thomas chat about the present status and future of UAP Disclosure.
Next, a look via Mystery Wire at how a group of retired military personnel informed reporters about strange events involving nuclear missile sites and UFOs in the United States. Witnesses claim that the mysterious object sabotaged and damaged nuclear weapons in several of the instances.
The purpose of the meeting at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. was to bring Congress’s attention to the issue. Unknown UFOs or craft intruded into restricted air space, hovered above ICBM silos, and somehow deactivated the warheads, witness after witness informed reporters at various nuclear missile sites.
And, busy beavers that they are, The Unidentified Celebrity Review crew also sit down for a UAP chat with Steven Greenstreet, the investigative journalist and the creator/host of the UFO video series The Basement Office.
Next, Rather B. Squidding pops in, as he tells us about two unnamed Fastwalker stories. Missile Defense Early Warning systems monitor a variety of objects. Tracked… and shown to have unfathomable flying characteristics… unfathomable unless intelligently controlled, at the very least!
And Witness Citizen interviews one of the New York Times journalists who broke the UAP story that fired the starting gun on UFO disclosure, Ralph Blumenthal.
Next, scientist Jacques Vallée (who Spielberg based the French character in Close Encounters on) drops into Mysterwire to bring us a blast from the past, chatting about the Trinity UFO crash in New Mexico.
This was a few weeks after August 1945, when the first atomic bomb test-detonated in New Mexico at a place called Trinity, and a nearby local rancher and his children and neighbours reported an egg-shaped craft of unknown origin crashing into the desert.
And here’s some more Luis Elizondo, where he sits down with the always thoughtful Curt Jaimungal, to chat about Luis’s time running part of the USA’s secret UAP program.
He covers some interesting topics, including using DNA to encode messages, and the psychological impact humanity may feel if it comes to consider itself moved from the top of the food chain to a considerably lower position within a universe of far more advanced races.
Finally, something more science-based from the Singularity Lab, where they interview technology writer and futurist, Tim Ventura, who is also the founder of the APEC Conference, where scientists explore alternative & advanced propulsion systems (everything from warp drives, antigravity, and fusion).
Thanks to best-selling science fiction & fantasy author Stephen Hunt for compiling and authoring this weekly report. Best-known for creating the steampunk sub-genre with his Jackelian series (HaperCollins/Macmillan/Tor), the first of Stephen’s Sliding Void space opera series adventures was simultaneously the #1 most downloaded novel on Amazon UK, Amazon USA, Amazon Australia, and Amazon Canada. He now makes time in between scribbling his literary endeavours to go so far down the rabbit hole that we’d need to dispatch the White Rabbit as a Crash Retrieval Specialist to rescue his ass.