Earth Sounds and Alien Structures

Hosted byGeorge Noory

Earth Sounds and Alien Structures

About the show

Earthfiles investigative reporter, Linda Moulton Howe discussed the continuing rumbling sounds in Windsor, Ontario; a retired Naval flight engineer's experiences in Antarctica that included the retrieval of 15 scientists after a 2-week-disappearance in 1994; a whistleblower who described seeing a photo of non-human construction inside a moon crater; and another whistleblower going on the record about the alterations of two different images. The mysterious hum or buzzing sound heard in Windsor was traced in 2011 as coming from Zug Island near Detroit, where US Steel and other industries are located. Linda spoke with Prof. Colin Novak, a materials engineer, about the phenomenon that locals have complained about for years. He suggested it was the "third phase" of the hum over six years, and noted that US Steel has refused to comment on the matter. Further details here.

In her second report, Linda described recently meeting and talking with retired Naval flight engineer "Brian," whom she first interviewed in January 2015 about his experiences during 1994 assignments in Antarctica that included seeing many silver discs flying over the Transantarctic Mountains. Not long after their meeting, Brian received an intimidating phone call warning him not to talk any more about Antarctica and the missing scientists. He was able to trace the caller number to the NSA in Fort Meade, Maryland. Linda suggested that the US government could be trying to cover-up the discovery of a pyramid and other structures two miles below the ice near the South Pole. More here.

In a conversation with former NASA engineer Ken Johnston, he revealed to Linda that in 1971, he saw with his own eyes five structured domes in a 16mm image from the Apollo 14 mission taken of Tsiolkovskiy crater. The domes were subsequently blacked out of the photo. In a similar case, Donna Hare, a former Philco Ford and NASA Photo Lab tech, detailed how a 1969 Apollo 10 photo (pictured below before doctoring) had its "advanced technologies" painted out of the negative.

Climate & Jet Stream Update

First hour guest, former professor of climatology, Tim Ball, responded to a viral video of the jet stream crossing the equator. The jet stream is changing its wave pattern because the Earth is in a cooling trend. This causes warm air pushing north in one area, and cold air pushing south in a different zone, he stated. This pattern isn't particularly unusual, nor is it related to global warming, which the government claims as part of its politicized agenda, Ball contended.

News segment guests: John M. Curtis, Gary Ridenour


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In the 6/30/16 show, Linda Moulton Howe reports that Donna Hare, a former Philco Ford and NASA Photo Lab tech, identified this strange object as the same photograph she saw, after the May 18 to May 26, 1969, Apollo Mission 10-- NASA Frame No. AS10-32-4822. Donna says she watched a female NASA employee in Building 8, NASA Manned Space Center in Clear Lake, Texas, near Houston (later Johnson Space Center), use thick, black ink to "paint out" on a negative format of this image, the unidentified, structured object assumed to be "extraterrestrial" on the lunar surface.

Since black shows white in negatives, the assumption is that NASA thought it was easier to expand the white glows below each of the "curved bars" and thus have more white and not black. Or after the black ink was painted in over the "butterfly wings" shining light, a positive transparency was made? Graphic enlargement by Keith Laney from original print provided by retired NASA human test engineer Ken Johnston.

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