In 2014 an object, believed to be a meteor, crashed into the ocean off the coast of Manus Island, Papua New Guinea
Avi Loeb, the researcher who concluded that Oumuamua was an intergalactic object, now wants to know if underwater debris from that same 2014 impact are intergalactic or artificial in origin.
The topic of UAPs and UFOs continues to receive an ever growing slice of public attention, as well as government inquiries into the issue.
Documents recently released from the Pentagon indicate that numerous injuries have been reported as being attributed to UAP/UFO encounters, these documents are 1,500 pages in length.
The U.S. Space Command recently confirmed the 2014 object as interstellar in origin:
5/ From the @AsteroidWatch tabletop exercise earlier this year, we learned that as long as the simulated asteroid was in the space domain, #USSPACECOM was the supported combatant command within the @DeptofDefense.
— U.S. Space Command (@US_SpaceCom) April 6, 2022
6/ “I had the pleasure of signing a memo with @ussfspoc’s Chief Scientist, Dr. Mozer, to confirm that a previously-detected interstellar object was indeed an interstellar object, a confirmation that assisted the broader astronomical community.” pic.twitter.com/PGlIOnCSrW
— U.S. Space Command (@US_SpaceCom) April 7, 2022
CBS News also confirmed:
The U.S. Space Command announced this week that it determined a 2014 meteor hit that hit Earth was from outside the solar system. The meteor streaked across the sky off the coast of Manus Island, Papua New Guinea three years earlier than what was believed to be the first confirmed interstellar object detected entering our solar system.
We are at the whims of the Gov’t when it comes to UFO’s. They own all data+materials+footage. That’s why Harvard physicist Avi Loeb is building the first open/scientific multisensory UFO-detection apparatus on top of Harvard’s observatory @GalileoProject1 https://t.co/TLFsD00oTQ pic.twitter.com/EicT9vty1c
— Jesse Michels (@AlchemyAmerican) January 28, 2022
Avi Loeb writes via The Debrief:
The fundamental question is whether any interstellar meteor might indicate a composition that is unambiguously artificial in origin?
Better still, perhaps some technological components would survive the impact. My dream is to press some buttons on a functional piece of equipment that was manufactured outside of Earth.
This gives a whole new meaning to a “fishing expedition”; in this case, one involving extraterrestrial equipment.