by TGM
January 2005
from TheMilleniumGroup Website


"You're a nut!", "You're a quack!", "You're unbalanced!"

Just a few of the nice names that we have been called over the last few years. And yes I know, some of the ideas put forth on these pages are difficult for Uniformitarians to accept. But it's a funny thing how time changes things. It has been the practice of Uniformitarians to criticize and call names, and then after a few years they come around and start taking credit as if they have made a new discovery.


They make it sound like it is a completely new idea or thought that originated with them alone. In the end I guess that's alright - that's another difference between "us and them". We are not looking for fame or propriety. And there's still no new high def images from the HST (Hubble Space Telescope) on Hale Bopp! I think I've given up on ever seeing them.

So I was shocked - no I wasn't - when I saw a news article saying that scientists see a high likelihood of E.T. visitors. Here's a few lines:

"Decades ago, it was physicist Enrico Fermi who pondered the issue of extraterrestrial civilizations with fellow theorists over lunch, generating the famous quip: "Where are they?"


That question later became central to debates about the cosmological census count of other star folk and possible extraterrestrial (ET) visitors from afar.

Fermi's brooding on the topic was later labeled "Fermi's paradox". It is a well-traveled tale from the 1950's when the scientist broached the subject in discussions with colleagues in Los Alamos, New Mexico. Thoughts regarding the probability of earthlike planets, the rise of highly advanced civilizations "out there", and interstellar travel -- these remain fodder for trying to respond to Fermi's paradox even today.

Now a team of American scientists note that recent astrophysical discoveries suggest that we should find ourselves in the midst of one or more extraterrestrial civilizations. Moreover, they argue it is a mistake to reject all UFO reports since some evidence for the theoretically-predicted extraterrestrial visitors might just be found there.

The researchers make their proposal in the January/February 2005 issue of the Journal of the British Interplanetary Society (JBIS)."

I can see it now. The newspaper headline will read:

"Astrophysicist Has First Contact With Aliens."

"We are in the curious situation today that our best modern physics and astrophysics theories predict that we should be experiencing extraterrestrial visitation, yet any possible evidence of such lurking in the UFO phenomenon is scoffed at within our scientific community," contends astrophysicist Bernard Haisch.

Haisch along with physicists James Deardorff, Bruce Maccabee and Harold Puthoff make their case in the JBIS article:

"Inflation - Theory Implications for Extraterrestrial Visitation".

Inflation Theory? Isn't that tired old idea done for yet?


I guess it's an important tactic, to not only support defeated old ideas, but to tie that new "self pronounced" discovery in to the old. It's like sourdough bread - you have to save a little to add to the next batch so you can keep that same old tired organism growing!

"Can the scientific community bring itself to consider any evidence coming from mysterious sightings of strange things by the public? In large measure, the scientific community seemingly has eyed ET visitation as far from being serious stuff to cogitate over. Why so? 'The dismissal has several causes, all reinforcing each other,' Haisch responded.


"Most of the observations are probably misinterpretations, delusions and hoaxes. I have seen people get confused by Venus or even Sirius when it is flashing colors low in the sky under the right conditions. Having been turned off by this, most scientists never bother to look any further, and so are simply blissfully ignorant that there may be more to it," he said.

This statement is reminiscent of another old tactic: Underestimate and dismiss without any consideration whatsoever. In actuality there have been literally thousands of sightings made by very reliable sources. Most of these have been investigated by Uncle Sam.


So please don't try and sell us... or should I say "under" sell us?


We are still seeing evidence of a massive invasion


If you need to read that again go ahead, I'll wait here for you... I know that a statement like that is an attack on all that is sacred to those that believe in the safety of the solar system and earth. It's an unsettling thought to most that are questioning the existence of extraterrestrials. I know that it doesn't seem to fit in with our usual fare. However it is a natural progression.

So here are a few more photos that show some possible cubes.


The first is one of our astronauts on a spacewalk. Check out the cube in the distance. If you click on any of these images they will open in a window by themselves without the arrows and will be the larger original.


The next image is taken from the deck of the newly famous Spaceship One.


The last image is from the ISS looking down upon the hurricane Francis.

There are more on this image than I can count. You might find some that I haven't pointed out.

I would recommend that you read some of the previous articles concerning this issue on this site to familiarize yourself with our position.