THAT STRANGE STUFF IN NASA VIDEOS: PLASMA LIFE?
We end this week's strange blogs on high octane speculation with an article that was noticed and shared by M.L., and with our thanks, because the plasma life hypothesis has now advanced yet another step, as some scientists are re-evaluating some of those strange NASA space shuttle videos in the light of it.
Before we get to that, however, it might be worthwhile to have some idea of those videos and what they show in the first place. I will concentrate on two of them. The most famous of these is the broadcast of STS 48, a space shuttle mission that caught several "things" moving around in regular pattern, until a flash is seen, and one of these things then executes a sharp turn and accelerates away, as a flash comes shooting toward it. This video is about five minutes long, but if you've never seen it, it's worth your attention because it is one of the most famous shuttle videos of UFO activity out there:
Yet another video from a space shuttle, that from the famous (or infamous) "tether" experiment shows many "things" coming to inspect a broken electrical tether:
Now assuming for the sake of today's high octane speculation that NASA is not putting something over on us in both videos, and assuming that what they are showing actually happened, then it would be hard to deny that the behavior of the objects, whatever they are, in both instances show signs of life, and perhaps even of being intelligent. In the first video, one of the objects darts away in response to a threat, a sign of some measure of intelligence, in the second video, strange looking objects - apparently with holes in their center and looking almost like types of blood cells - appear to be curious as to what the broken tether is.
The behavior, in other words, suggests life.
And that is exactly what this paper spotted by M.L. is arguing:
Note that the abstract itself is suggesting that such videos are recording the activity of "pre-life" forms, and that encounters with them began in modern times with the so-called foo fighters of World War Two:
“Plasmas” up to a kilometer in size and behaving similarly to multicellular organisms have been filmed on 10 separate NASA space shuttle missions, over 200 miles above Earth within the thermosphere. These self-illuminated “plasmas” are attracted to and may “feed on” electromagnetic radiation. They have different morphologies: 1) cone, 2) cloud, 3) donut, 4) spherical - cylindrical; and have been filmed flying towards and descending from the thermosphere into thunderstorms; congregating by the hundreds and interacting with satellites generating electromagnetic activity; approaching the Space Shuttles. Computerized analysis of flight path trajectories documents these plasmas travel at different velocities from different directions and change their angle of trajectory making 45°, 90°, and 180° shifts and follow each other. They’ve been filmed accelerating, slowing down, stopping, congregating, engaging in “hunter-predatory” behavior and intersecting plasmas leaving a plasma dust trail in their wake. Similar life-like behaviors have been demonstrated by plasmas created experimentally. “Plasmas” may have been photographed in the 1940s by WWII pilots (identified as “Foo fighters”); repeatedly observed and filmed by astronauts and military pilots and classified as Unidentified Aerial - Anomalous Phenomenon. Plasmas are not biological but may represent a form of pre-life that via the incorporation of elements common in space, could result in the synthesis of RNA. Plasmas constitute a fourth state of matter, are attracted to electromagnetic activity, and when observed in the lower atmosphere likely account for many of the UFO-UAP sightings over the centuries.
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