High Strangeness: The Comet That Never Was

Friday, November 14, 2014

The Comet That Never Was

So it's come to this: http://www.theguardian.com/science/2014/nov/13/philae-comet-lander-alien-cover-up-conspiracy-theories-emerge?CMP=fb_gu

Philae comet lander alien ‘cover-up’ conspiracy theories emerge

Probe landing attracts allegations that 67P is not a comet but alien object kept secret by Nasa and European Space Agency
On Wednesday afternoon, the European Space Agency made galactic history when their Rosetta Mission successful landed its Philae probe on a speeding comet, the first time such an extraordinary feat has been achieved.

As with everything from the moon landing to the death of Elvis, an alternative version of “what really happened” as the Philae probe landed on comet 67P did not take long to emerge.

According to an email published on the website UFOSightingsDaily.com – which does a regular trade in alien sightings – this mission is part of a European Space Agency and Nasa cover-up to disguise the comet’s true alien nature. The email, allegedly from a secret whistle-blowing employee of the ESA, accuses the agency of “blatant cover-ups” in wanting to land on the speeding comet and attaches photos which claim to reveal the “true inner workings of Comet 67P”.
The Philae Lander: Making "First Contact" with an alien species?
The article gets stupider and stupider as it goes on, but the basic gist is that Comet 67P is some sort of alien space bouy. Because I guess the cleverest way to conduct a cover-up is to webcast it live worldwide... Hide in plain sight, as the saying goes.
"It does show signs on its outside of machine like parts and unnatural terrain. Whatever this object is, it did not ask to be found or scrutinised.”
I should try to stay open-minded. Maybe someone will discover some old Kodachrome slides of so-called Comet 67P...

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

"ufosightingsdaily" is the Weekley World News of ufology. That is just scary. I'm sure they have a lot of fun writing that baloney, but far too many people go there more than once.