UFOs and Nuclear Weapons
UFOs Over Earth and Weapons of Mass Destruction



  Ex-military men say unknown intruders have monitored and even tampered with American nuclear missiles. 

It has been speculated that the human race has advanced tremendously within the scientific field, more so than its humanity. It is believed that the human race as a whole is a very immature and aggressive species which should not have these weapons within its possession.

Humans are very similar to other primates in their propensity towards intra-species violence.

The "higher" functions of reason and speech are more developed in the brain of humans than other primates, but the relative size of the limbic system is a constant in apes, monkeys and humans. The limbic system is a set of brain structures which support a variety of functions including emotion, behavior, long term memory, and olfaction.

The combination of inventiveness and urge to violence in humans has been cited as evidence against its long term survival.
Human extinction is the end of the human species. In the near future, one anthropogenic extinction scenario exists: global nuclear annihilation.

It has been theorized that another species is interfering with the human race because the human race is not intelligent enough to realize the repercussions that will occur.

In other words, "baby" needs to be watched.
 


 
UFOs and Nuclear Weapons
Unidentified Flying Objects Over Earth and Weapons of Mass Destruction

UFOs Eyeing our Nuclear Weapons?

Former U.S. Air Force personnel claim they experienced UFO activity near nuclear sites at which they worked.

At a news conference held on Wednesday, September 22nd, seven retired members of the U.S. Air Force spoke in great detail about over 100 UFO sightings spanning three decades, to the surprise of many in the audience.


"The UFO phenomenon is real. Not imaginary," said former launch officer Robert Hastings, as the group of retired Air Force members finally broke their silence after being told to keep silent for years about what they saw.

One hundred witnesses indicate that craft of vastly superior capabilities have been monitoring the U.S. nuclear arms program since the 1940's.

Nuclear Weapons

A nuclear weapon is an explosive device that derives its destructive force from nuclear reactions, either fission or a combination of fission and fusion.

Both reactions release vast quantities of energy from relatively small amounts of matter. The first fission ("atomic") bomb test released the same amount of energy as approximately 20,000 tons of TNT.

It is believed by certain individuals and groups that an alien species is interfering with such devices due to the potential destruction these devices can cause on both the planet and the life living on the planet.

The first thermonuclear ("hydrogen") bomb test released the same amount of energy as approximately 10,000,000 tons of TNT.

A modern thermonuclear weapon weighing little more than a thousand kilograms (2,200 pounds) can produce an explosion comparable to the detonation of more than a billion kilograms (2.2 billion pounds) of conventional high explosive.


Thus, even single small nuclear devices no larger than traditional bombs can devastate an entire city by blast, fire and radiation.

Nuclear weapons are considered weapons of mass destruction, and their use and control has been a major focus of international relations policy since their debut. In the history of warfare, only two nuclear weapons have been detonated offensively, both near the end of World War II.

The first was detonated on the morning of August 6th, 1945, when the United States dropped a uranium gun-type device code-named "Little Boy" on the Japanese city of Hiroshima. The second was detonated three days later when the United States dropped a plutonium implosion-type device code-named "Fat Man" on the city of Nagasaki, Japan.

These two bombings resulted in the deaths of approximately 200,000 Japanese people (mostly civilians) from acute injuries sustained from the explosion. There is current debate over the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

Since the Hiroshima and Nagasaki bombings, nuclear weapons have been detonated on over two thousand occasions for testing purposes and demonstration purposes.

A few states have possessed such weapons or are suspected of seeking them.

The only countries known to have detonated nuclear weapons—and that acknowledge possessing such weapons—are (chronologically) the United States, the Soviet Union (succeeded as a nuclear power by Russia), the United Kingdom, France, the People's Republic of China, India, Pakistan, and North Korea.

Israel is also widely believed to possess nuclear weapons, though it does not acknowledge having them.

A study presented at the annual meeting of the American Geophysical Union in December 2006 asserted that even a small-scale, regional nuclear war could produce as many direct fatalities as all of World War II and disrupt the global climate for a decade or more.

In a regional nuclear conflict scenario in which two opposing nations in the subtropics each used 50 Hiroshima-sized nuclear weapons (ca. 15 kiloton each) on major populated centers, the researchers estimated fatalities from 2.6 million to 16.7 million per country.

Also, as much as five million tons of soot would be released, which would produce a cooling of several degrees over large areas of North America and Eurasia, including most of the grain-growing regions. The cooling would last for years and could be "catastrophic" according to the researchers.


Inside Story - Nuclear Tension

North Korea conducted an underground nuclear explosion, its second since 2006 and a direct violation of a United Nations Security Council resolution.

It then test-fired several short range missiles, and announced it would respond militarily if international forces attempted to intercept its ships. This last came after South Korea joined a naval force that stops and inspects vessels suspected of carrying banned weapons.

It's part of a U.S. led programme called the Proliferation Security Initiative to blockade any nation suspected of trading nuclear materials. In response North Korea has said it is no longer bound by the 1953 truce which ended the war with the South.

That's heightened tensions on the peninsula, leading U.S. and South Korean troops to raise their alert level. President Barack Obama has strongly condemned Pyongyang's actions and called for a strong international response.





The Disclosure Project


This 2 hour video is a distillation of over 120 hours of video interviews made by Dr Steven Greer.

Dozens of highly credible military and government witnesses discuss UFO events and projects they have worked on, with introductory and overview commentary by Dr. Steven Greer.

The video is divided into sections and is an excellent item to have and show to others, to get a full understanding of what the Project is about. It is more informative to see this video prior to seeing the May 9th Press Conference video.

Sections covered in this video are:

• Secrecy Risks: what are the global risks if we do nothing.

• Human Witness Testimony: dozens of witness testimonies that are real and shouldn't be ignored.

• Witness testimony to nuclear weapons that were sent into space and destroyed by UFOs.

• Astronaut and Satellite Related Testimonials.

• Craft and Body Retrieval of Extraterrestrial Origin.

• Secrecy Examined: how it works through the unacknowledged special access projects and compartmentalization. i.e. How some members of our Governments are kept in the dark.

• The Secrecy behind Space Based Weapons: its lethal implications.

• Threats and Ridicule: suffered by those wishing to disclose the truth.

• Why the Secrecy: and why it is no longer necessary.



Have UFOs Been to Earth?

Researcher Robert Hastings talks about claims that extraterrestrial beings have visited nuclear weapon sites on Earth.


Because of the immense military power they can confer, the political control of nuclear weapons has been a key issue for as long as they have existed.

In most countries the use of nuclear force can only be authorized by the head of government or head of state.


In the late 1940s, lack of mutual trust was preventing the United States and the Soviet Union from making ground towards international arms control agreements, but by the 1960s steps were being taken to limit both the proliferation of nuclear weapons to other countries and the environmental effects of nuclear testing.

The Partial Test Ban Treaty (1963) restricted all nuclear testing to underground nuclear testing, to prevent contamination from nuclear fallout, while the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (1968) attempted to place restrictions on the types of activities which signatories could participate in, with the goal of allowing the transference of non-military nuclear technology to member countries without fear of proliferation.

In 1957, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) was established under the mandate of the United Nations in order to encourage the development of the peaceful applications of nuclear technology, provide international safeguards against its misuse, and facilitate the application of safety measures in its use.

In 1996, many nations signed and ratified the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty which prohibits all testing of nuclear weapons, which would impose a significant hindrance to their development by any complying country.

Additional treaties have governed nuclear weapons stockpiles between individual countries, such as the SALT I and START I treaties, which limited the numbers and types of nuclear weapons between the United States and the Soviet Union.


UFO Switches Off Dummy Nuclear
Warhead at Patterson AFB


UFO shoots off dummy nuclear warhead with its laser or particle beam weapon at Patterson Air force base during a test launch. Then covered up and the video footage taken by a government official.

Nuclear launch sites have in the past have had their missiles and computer systems disabled around the world.

Whistle blowers have witnessed Flying saucers hover over nuclear missiles in their launch bays and destroyed them right before their eyes the bases were unable to do anything to stop them.

I believe wherever there are nukes the extraterrestrials are not far watching them. Ships, bases, and planes with nukes have reported UFOs are frequent visitors of them. Of course Government officials try to keep a tight lid on these incidents.

Nuclear weapons have also been opposed by agreements between countries.

Many nations have been declared Nuclear-Weapon-Free Zones, areas where nuclear weapons production and deployment are prohibited, through the use of treaties.

The Treaty of Tlatelolco (1967) prohibited any production or deployment of nuclear weapons in Latin America and the Caribbean, and the Treaty of Pelindaba (1964) prohibits nuclear weapons in many African countries.


As recently as 2006 a Central Asian Nuclear Weapon Free Zone was established amongst the former Soviet republics of Central Asia prohibiting nuclear weapons. In the middle of 1996, the International Court of Justice, the highest court of the United Nations, issued an Advisory Opinion concerned with the "Legality of the Threat or Use of Nuclear Weapons".

The court ruled that the use or threat of use of nuclear weapons would violate various articles of international law, including the Geneva Conventions, the Hague Conventions, the UN Charter, and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

In view of the unique, destructive characteristics of nuclear weapons, the International Committee of the Red Cross calls on States to ensure that these weapons are never used, irrespective of whether they consider them to be lawful or not.


The Facts About Nuclear Weapons - 1960

Instructional film for Air Force personnel, stressing how "safe" nuclear weapons are as well as declassified government and military footage of nuclear weapons.


Additionally, there have been other, specific actions meant to discourage countries from developing nuclear arms.

In the wake of the tests by India and Pakistan in 1998, economic sanctions were (temporarily) levied against both countries, though neither were signatories with the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty.


One of the stated casus belli for the initiation of the 2003 Iraq War was an accusation by the United States that Iraq was actively pursuing nuclear arms (though this was soon discovered not to be the case as the program had been discontinued).

In 1981, Israel had bombed a nuclear reactor being constructed in Osirak, Iraq, in what it called an attempt to halt Iraq's previous nuclear arms ambitions.

Apart from their use as weapons, nuclear explosives have been tested and used for various non-military uses, and proposed, but not used for large-scale earth moving. When long term health and clean-up costs were included, there was no economic advantage over conventional explosives.

Synthetic elements, such as einsteinium and fermium, created by neutron bombardment of uranium and plutonium during thermonuclear explosions, were discovered in the aftermath of the first thermonuclear bomb test.

In 2008 the worldwide presence of new isotopes from atmospheric testing beginning in the 1950s was developed into a reliable way of detecting art forgeries, as all paintings created after that period may contain traces of cesium-137 and strontium-90, isotopes that did not exist in nature before 1945. Nuclear explosives have also been seriously studied as potential propulsion mechanisms for space travel.