I saw, and lo, the hurricane came sweeping from the north – a great cloud and burning fire, surrounded by light; and in the middle, in the middle of the fire, a beam of amber. In the middle there are also four creatures. And this is their appearance. They have a human figure. Ezekiel 1: 4 (The Israel Bible ™)
A pair of Harvard scientists have come up with extraordinary explanations for the strange behavior of the first interstellar object that passes through our solar system, indicating it was an investigation sent by an alien civilization to examine us. An Israeli Nibiru expert shows a different cause, while providing an extraordinary explanation that connects aliens to paranormal activity.
A relatively small object (by cosmic standards), about 700-feet-long and only 100-feet-wiide, Oumuamua was discovered in October 2017. At that time, it was 21 million miles from Earth and moved around 196,000 mph. It moves very quickly relative to the Sun which scientists concluded there was no possibility that it came from our solar system.
Comets and asteroids in our solar system move at slower speeds, usually averaging 12 miles per second compared to Oumuamua which roars 54 miles per second. This makes it the first object ever detected to enter our solar system that comes from a completely different one. It came from the direction of the Lyra System but the system of origin of Oumuamua and the amount of time spent traveling among the stars is unknown.
Oumuamua left the solar system and will not return. This leads to the Pegasus constellation and will cross Neptune's orbit in four years, covering one light year (5.8 trillion miles) over the next 11,000 years.
The name chosen by scientists shows the strong significance ascribed to this discovery. The name comes from the Hawaiian word for 'scout'. Before the official name is decided, name & # 39; Rama & # 39; suggested, the name given to alien spacecraft was found in similar circumstances in the 1973 science fiction novel Rendezvous with Rama by Arthur C. Clarke.
Some aspects of Oumuamua confuse scientists. Researchers examined Oumuamua for radio transmissions but had not found. Comets in our solar system produce long traces of dust and gas as they approach the sun, but Oumuamua does not, which causes observers to consider defining them as asteroids. When passing through the inner solar system last year, it got an unexpected burst of speed.
"Our high-precision measurements from Oumuamua's position reveal that there is something that affects its movements apart from the gravitational force of the Sun and planets," said Marco Micheli from the European Space Agency group that monitors the object.
Avi Loeb, chair of the Harvard University astronomy department, stressed the importance of this disorder.
"This looks very different from the objects we found in the solar system," Loeb said CBS News. "There seems to be extra strength pushing it, and it's not clear where this encouragement is."
In an upcoming paper, he and his colleague Shmuel Bialy suggested "a more exotic scenario."
"Oumuamua can be an active part of alien technology that comes to explore our Solar System, the same way we hope to explore Alpha Centauri using Starshot and similar technologies," the researchers wrote in their paper published earlier this month. "The alternative is to imagine that Oumuamua is on a reconnaissance mission."
"Oumuamua may be a full operational investigation sent intentionally around the earth by an alien civilization," they wrote. According to their calculations, Oumuamua is less than one millimeter thin, but very wide like a screen, utilizing solar radiation to push itself.
Before he died in March, Professor Stephen Hawking suggested that if interstellar investigations appeared in the Solar System, it would most likely be shaped like Oumuamua.
"Researchers working on long-distance space transportation have previously suggested that cigars or needle shapes are the most likely architecture for interstellar spacecraft, because this will minimize friction and damage from interstellar gas and dust," Hawking wrote.
Yuval Ovadia, whose video is on Nibiru has collected hundreds of thousands of views, related to this astronomical phenomenon according to what is written in it classical Jewish sources.
"Of course there is life on other planets," Ovadia said Breaking Israel News strickly. "Jewish sources declare this possibility. According to the Kabbalah (Jewish mysticism, Hashem (God, literally 'name') created another world before this one. The problem with scientists is that they recognize that there is such a possibility but whenever someone states that it is true, they label them as ‘crazy. ''
Ovadia suggested another possible source for Oumuamua: the interstellar star described in the Zohar, the basis for Jewish mysticism.
"Zohar describes a big star "that will come to our solar system from a distant system," Ovadia said. "This will be accompanied by seven other stars. It is clear that if so many large objects originated in the distant solar system, they would be preceded by detritus waves, the stones pushed forward as they moved. "
Ovadia stressed that the question of the existence of extraterrestrials is irrelevant.
"Our goal in this world is to serve God and to bring geula (redemption)," Ovadia said. "Although Jewish sources show that it is possible, there is no Jewish source that tells us that extraterrestrials are part of the Divine Plan that relates to us."
Ovadia also suggested that the subject of space visits could be misunderstood.
"The Talmud often describes interactions between people and shedim (Satan), "he said. "The Talmud says that the devil likes to make us crazy. This is entertainment for them. Many people might think they have seen aliens from other planets but what they are actually seeing is a demon that takes a different form. "