Among W.I.S.E's discoveries are 133 near-earth asteroids (21 could be dangerous), 17 new comets, and a whopping 94 brown dwarf stars...these are big, invisible beasts and actually what many suggest Planet X to be.
I can give you all kinds of examples of how this is done, and the usual culprits are Fox News, Discovery Channel, and Space.com - they will put out stories and then everyone and their dog will re-iterate it across Internet, no matter how valid they are.
- The FBI has declassified a number of documents that you can go and research on FBI.gov. This happened a little while ago, but for whatever reason FOX News decided to make this a story out of the blue (I work in media industry, stories are never random like this).
- The press originally reported the Roswell incident as a flying saucer crash, with or without this FBI document!
- The FBI docs include info about 911, Hitler, and other UFO sightings and concerns (including cow mutilations) - not just regarding Roswell.
- But of course the document that's caused all the discussion did concern Roswell. It was sent from an FBI agent to the FBI director, and told of an air force investigator's report of how 3 flying saucers crashed, and three 3-foot beings were inside each saucer. This is a real report.
There is another player who AOL News loosely connected to the "hoax" theory, but if anything, I find more proof the report is real, than not real, in this story. Read it closely. NO WHERE IN THE STORY IS THERE EVIDENCE OF HOAX, BUT THAT'S THE HEADLINE. Disinfo doesn't work as simply as you'd like to think. It only takes one major media org to put a spin on a story, and it will then get perpetuated throughout whole sphere - as you're conditioned to believe MSM, even as a trained journalist. I'm still open-minded about this document - taking it at face value, wondering why FOX News made it news. I hope you do the same! Meanwhile, check out Michael Cohen's take on it all.
Nick Jonas and Miley Cyrus Are Sole Witnesses to Recent LA UFO
Guys, if they are gradually leaking out info about UFOs and ET life, this might be part of it. A recent tweet by Nick Jonas (@NickJonas), of the Jonas Brothers, read: "Did anyone in the Los Angeles area hear and see that aircraft fly over over 15 minutes ago? It was crazy loud, and it looked insane! #UFO?" Then Miley Cyrus, or @MileyCyrus, replied: "yes I did! #UFO 100%." What's curious is no one else has reported about this. What are the odds the only two witnesses are pop artists? Are these sponsored tweets?