There is going to be a total lunar eclipse on the night of June 15th and it’s supposed to be the second longest one of the century. The residents of Kuwait and the Middle East will be able to witness the entire eclipse which will start at 9:23pm when the Earth’s dark shadow will start eclipsing the full moon disc and finish at 1:02am after three hours and 40 minutes.
Here are the local timings of the lunar eclipse on June 15th for anyone who’s interested:
Partial eclipse begins - 9.23pm
Total eclipse begins - 10.23pm
Greatest eclipse - 11.13pm
Total eclipse ends – 12:03am
Partial eclipse ends - 01:02am
Jun 2, 2011 | 0 Comments
Recently FBI released this memo that was sent to their director in 1950 describing the crash of three ‘flying saucers‘ and the recovery of alien bodies from the New Mexico desert.
Check out the Official FBI Record Vault
Apr 12, 2011 | 1 Comment
Odd as it may sound but Saudi Arabia recently hosted their annual Global Competitiveness Forum (GCF) from January 23rd – 25th and one of the discussion panels was about Contact: Learning from Outer Space to discuss the impact of UFOs and aliens on economic competitiveness. Now this is something which looks a bit out of place in a conservative country like that. Apparently the world’s leading oil energy supplier is taking a keen interest in future trends where new energy systems are developed for mass consumption and hopes to use its enormous wealth as a means of ensuring the future prosperity of its kingdom and citizens. Here is a look at the before and after of the forum.
Could this sudden interest in UFO technology have something to do with the possible UFO crash in Saudi back in Jan 2009? Hmm. First the UN appoints a Space Ambassador to greet alien visitors and now we hear of alien branding and sponsorship.
Jan 25, 2011 | 2 Comments
When did this happen? Abu Dhabi hired a team of scientists who successfully created 52 rainstorms from clear skies along with hail, lightning and wind gales during the peak summer months of 2010! The residents were totally confused since their weather service predicted no clouds or rain for each time a storm kicked up.
The scientists from Metro Systems International have been working secretly for the Abu Dhabi leader Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan on a $11 million project (wasn’t their Christmas tree $11 Million too?) using giant ionisers shaped like stripped down lampshades to generate fields of charged particles which creates cloud formation. Read the full story [here].
I came across an article in the Khaleej Times from May 2005 which mentions that experts in Abu Dhabi used an “eco-friendly” hydrogen bomb for four days as one of their first experiments to make artificial rain. Since when did bombs and explosives get eco-friendly?
All these artificial creations will definitely bring on some serious consequences. They’ve already messed up their coastline with the artificial islands and now it’s the rainstorms? All this money and science won’t help when nature strikes back.
Jan 18, 2011 | 0 Comments