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Space Exploration & Experimentation / Alien Abduction Cases

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Date Host George Noory
Guests David Adair, Nigel Watson

David Adair is an internationally recognized expert in space technology spinoff applications for industry and commercial use. In the first half, he discussed Elon Musk and the current SpaceX missions, what the future holds for commercial space exploration, and why Moon exploration should happen before the exploration of Mars. Musk, with his privatized endeavors, has cracked the wall that NASA kept in place for decades, he declared. And on top of SpaceX's recent successful manned rocket launch to the ISS, just today, it successfully deployed 60 Starlink satellites. Adair cited the importance of electrophoresis experiments in space or microgravity, where results with hormones and vaccines can yield much purer results.

He also talked about his own experiments to shape metal in space. Regarding the new deployment of satellites, they are likely quite small-- about the size of basketballs, he noted, but packed with sophisticated electronics. However, Adair is concerned with the proliferation of orbiting space junk and proposed several methodologies to combat it. While it would cost something like $500 billion to send a crewed mission to Mars, it would be far cheaper and faster to go back to the Moon, he pointed out. The lunar surface still holds many mysteries that are well worth investigating, he enthused, plus it contains valuable materials like Helium-3.

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Nigel Watson has researched and investigated historical and contemporary reports of UFO sightings since the 1970s. In the latter half, he recounted the details of the Betty and Barney Hill alien abduction case as well as the wider context of such encounters, and the latest extraterrestrial, psychological, paranormal, conspiracy and sociological theories that surround them. The Hills, a New Hampshire couple, said aliens kidnapped them in 1961 as they drove through a remote rural area. Although this early incident of alien abduction captured American attention in the mid-1960s, there were some previous reports, like Antonio Villas Boas in Brazil, from 1957, who said humanoid beings took him into their craft, seemingly for procreative purposes.

One aspect that Watson found credible about the Hill case was that it was a couple who experienced it rather than just an individual. There was scant physical evidence, though, he stated, only some stains on Betty's dress, and radar observations of something unusual that night. Watson also touched on other noteworthy abduction cases that came after the Hills, including Betty Andreasson, and Travis Walton, as well as the pioneering research of people like Budd Hopkins and John Mack. Certain aspects of alien abductions, like missing time, and being floated through walls, became more widespread in reports over time, he added.

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