I looked, and behold, a stormy wind came from the north – a huge cloud and a flickering fire surrounded by brilliance; and in the center of it, in the middle of the fire, a painting of amber. There were also four creatures in the center. And it was their appearance, they had human figures. Ezekiel 1: 4 (The Israel Bible)
Harvard scientists have come up with a striking explanation of the strange behavior of the first interstellar object that goes through our solar system, suggesting that alien civilization has sent probes to check us out. An Israeli expert at Nibiru proposes another reason, while providing a striking explanation that links foreigners to paranormal activity.
A relatively small object (according to cosmic standards), about 700 feet long and only 100 feet, Oudamuwa was discovered in October 2017. At that time, it was 21 millennium miles from Earth and was about 196,000 miles an hour. It proceeded so fast with the Sun that scientists concluded that there was no chance that it would emerge in our solar system.
Comets and asteroids move from our solar system more slowly, usually on average 12 miles per second compared to Oumoamua sizzling 54 miles per second. This made it the first object ever discovered to enter our solar system, which arose from a completely different one. It was from the direction of the Lyra system, but the origin of Oumoamua and the time spent traveling between the stars are unknown.
Oumuamua leaves the solar system and will not return. It moves towards Pegasus's constellation and about four years in Nepune's orbit, covering one light year (5.8 trillion miles) in the next 11,000 years.
The name chosen by scientists points to the strong significance they attached to this discovery. The name comes from the Hawaiian language for a "scout". Before the decision on the official name was taken, it was suggested that the name "Rama" be given – the name given to an alien spacecraft discovered in similar circumstances in the 1973 science fiction novel Rendezvous with Ramu Arthur C. Clarke.
Several aspects of Oumamuay have shook scientists. Researchers check Oumumawa radio broadcasts, but have not yet found it. Comets in our solar system generate long dust and gas paths when they approach the sun, but Oumoamua did not do this, which is why the observers considered this as an asteroid to be defined. Last year it got unexpectedly through the inner solar system.
"Our high-precision measurements, Oumuamua's positions, revealed that something influences its movement, other than the gravitational forces of the sun and planets," said Marco Micheli from the European Space Agency's team that monitors the site.
Avi Loebs, Head of the Department of Astronomy at Harvard University, emphasized the importance of this discrepancy.
"It looks very different from the objects we have found in the solar system," Loeb said CBS News. "It turned out to be an extra force that pushes it and it's not clear what it is."
In the upcoming article, he and his colleague Schmüll Bialy proposes an "exotic scenario."
"Oumaamua could be an active piece of alien technology that came to explore our solar system, as we look forward to exploring Alpha Centauri using Starshot and similar technologies," the researchers wrote in their papers, which were published early this month. "An alternative is to imagine that Oumuamua was on an introductory mission."
"Oumaamu can be a fully functioning probe that is intentionally transferred to alien civilization," writes. According to their estimates, Oumuamua is less than a millimeter thin but very wide, like sails, using solar radiation to steer itself.
Before he dies in March, Professor Stephen Hawking suggested that if an interstellar constellation appears in the solar system, it is likely to be the same as Oumaamua.
"Researchers working on long-distance space vehicles have previously stated that the most likely architecture of space ships is the shape of cigars or needles, as it would reduce interstellar and dust friction and damage," writes Hawking.
Yuval Ovadiawhose video is Nibiru have accumulated hundreds of thousands of views, relate to these astronomical phenomena according to what is written classical Jewish sources.
"Of course, there is life to other planets," Ovadia said Skip Israeli news unequivocally According to Kabbalah (a Jewish mystic), Hashem (God, a literal name) created other worlds before this time. The problem for scientists is that they recognize that there is such a possibility, but whenever someone suggests that this is true, they label them as "crazy". ""
Ovadia suggested another possible source of Oumuamua – the interstellar star described in Zohar, which is the basis of Jewish mysticism.
"Zohar describes a huge star which will enter our solar system from a distant system, "said Ovadia." It will be accompanied by seven other stars. It is clear that if there are many large objects coming from such a far Sun system, there will be a wave of rainfall ahead of them, while the track will close off the rocks. "
Ovadia emphasized that the issue of the existence of aliens is not relevant.
"Our goal in this world is to serve God and bring the geula (redemption)," Ovadia said. "Although Jewish sources indicate that this is a possibility, there is not one Jewish source that tells us that aliens are part of the plan of God, because that applies to us."
Ovadia also suggested that extra-national visits might be misunderstood.
"Talmud often describes the interaction between people and shedim (demons), "he said." Talmud says demons love to make us crazy. These are entertainment. Many people think that they have seen foreigners from other planets, but what they really saw were demons who were in another form. "