This interview is amazing if only because Lue makes it abundantly clear that, in his mind, the answer to the question “what are they” (the UFO/UAP’s) is Option Number Three.
They aren’t Option Number One – No, they aren’t some secret U.S. technology.
They aren’t Option Number Two – No, they don’t belong to our adversaries, China and/or Russia.
So that leaves Option Number Three. And here’s how Lue sums up #3:
- Something that could be anywhere between 50 to 1,000 years ahead of us [technology-wise].
- Something from outer space, inner space, or frankly the space in between
- Something that is extra hyper dimensional…I mean, extradimensional in a quantum physics sense.
Here’s the video embed of the interview. See for yourself.
Here’s a link to the written Transcript of the Interview.
This is nothing short of amazing!
According to an article in New Scientist (see video embed below), a robot has been developed which is controlled by a mass of disembodied rat neurons. The brain cells (about 300,000 of them) live (“IT’S ALIVE!!!”)…
inside a small pot containing a pink broth of nutrients and antibiotics. Inside that pot…neurons have made – and continue to make – connections with each other.
As they do so, the disembodied neurons are communicating, sending electrical signals to one another just as they do in a living creature. We know this because the network of neurons is connected at the base of the pot to 80 electrodes, and the voltages sparked by the neurons are displayed on a computer screen.
To create the “brain”, the neural cortex from a rat fetus is surgically removed and disassociating enzymes applied to it to disconnect the neurons from each other. The researchers then deposit a slim layer of these isolated neurons into a nutrient-rich medium on a bank of electrodes, where they start reconnecting. They do this by growing projections that reach out to touch the neighbouring neurons. “It’s just fascinating that they do this,” says Steve Potter of the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta, who pioneered the field of neurally controlled animats. “Clearly brain cells have evolved to reconnect under almost any circumstance that doesn’t kill them.”
Like a creature with no limbs or senses, the cut-down brain is simply bursting out of boredom, says Whalley. “With no structured sensory input the hypothesis is that you get arbitrarily random and quite often detrimental activity because all these cells are asking for some kind of direction.”
Here’s the video…
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This is insane, but it is making the rounds on youtube and I thought it might be worth sharing. For cheap thrills, a surfer uses a rather large shark (attached to a large chunk of meat, a hook, and a heavy fishing line) to provide a power-assist in catching a wave.
Of course, this might be CGI, but I’ll leave it to you to decide (UPDATE: not to be a kill-joy, but I think some prop churn is visible just ahead of the shark in some of the shots…still vy good vid!).