Stephen Hawking Joins Effort To Confirm If Oumuamua Object Is Alien Probe

by | Dec 13, 2017 | Conspiracy Fact and Theory, Experts, Headline News | 39 comments


The first mysterious object to reach our solar system was originally thought to be a comet or an asteroid from within the system. But now, physicist Stephen Hawking is leading an investigation into whether or not this object is a spaceship from an alien civilization.

Soon after the celestial object reached our solar system, scientists discovered that it is neither a comet nor an asteroid as previously assumed. The object’s official name is A/2017 UI but has been dubbed “Oumuamua”, which loosely means “a messenger that reaches from the distant past” in Hawaiian. Scientists also discovered that the object had traveled unimaginable distances through interstellar space at almost 200,000 mph.

All these findings grabbed the attention of renowned physicist, Stephen Hawking. A scientific body led by Hawking is now trying to decipher whether the “cigar-shaped” object is an alien probe or a previously unseen natural phenomenon. Astrophysicists theorize there are between one and ten “visitors” per year in our solar system but they move so quickly that we have never seen one before

“Perhaps the aliens have a mothership that travels fast and releases baby spacecraft that freely fall into a planetary system on a reconnaissance mission,” said Avi Loeb, a professor of astrophysics at Harvard University. “If this object is natural in origin, there should be many more like it in the solar system… and even if most of them are natural, perhaps one of them will be found to be of artificial origin, some space device or junk from an alien civilization, he said. “The more I study this object, the more unusual it appears, making me wonder whether it might be an artificially made probe which was sent by an alien civilization.”

The £75 million program that searches for evidence of intelligent life beyond Earth called Breakthrough Listen is led by Hawking,and is attempting to detect any evidence of alien technology transmitting from the object. Andrew Siemion, research center director at the Search for Extraterrestrial Life (SETI)– which works for Breakthrough – said it would begin a ten-hour observation tomorrow for specific signs of alien technology.

It will search on the electromagnetic spectrum using the Green Bank telescope in West Virginia. “It’s like a radio station you tune into with your car stereo,” said Dr. Siemion. “Nature doesn’t broadcast on a very specific frequency, its smears it out across color and time. Technology behaves differently. It can compress electromagnetic energy and so we look for those specific signs and for repeating patterns which nature doesn’t tend to do. We look for structure.”

Researchers say a long cylindrical shape like Oumuamua’s would reduce damage from interstellar gas and dust. Russian billionaire Yuri Milner, a leader a Breakthrough Listen said: “Whether it’s artificial or not, we will definitely know more about this object.”


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    1. Da Yooper


      Why is every picture of this object & many others always blurry. Who does not want us to see a nice clear image of all these UFO’s?

      We can take pictures of cosmic nebula a billion light years away clear as a bell but a pic of structures on the moon or Mars is always blurry ?

      • MWK

        Probably uses the same cloaking devices as bigfoot and the lock ness monster. Maybe it is a spaceship full of bigfoots?

        • gandhi

          that looks like a blurry close-up of an old air paint pen. cum on guys.

          • BlackMoe

            Its a rock that looks like a giant pecker.

      • gandhi

        oh geeze, are they rolling that cripple out on this one too?

        • PO'd Patriot

          I’ll believe him when he learns to sit up straight.

          • gandhi

            haha sit up straight?. yes lets believe him if he stops up and stops drewling

      • MWK

        i looked up some pictures. it’s a freaking rock that is longer then it is wide. wtf.

        • gandhi

          looks like a toilet floater to me

          • Ketchupondemand

            a blurred image in someone’s rear view mirror.

            Good article on Miles Mathis a while back. Someone here posted it. Stephen Hawking is dead and has been for many years. Credible.

            • Ketchupondemand

              good one Ted, I didn’t see your post in time.

            • the Lone Ranger

              That would be me, Ketchup.

              At you can read his exposing– scientifically and otherwise– that the real Hawking died and was replaced by an imposter.

              Now if that is correct, which it seems to be, can we give any credibility to this person who “claims” to be Hawking?

          • gandhi

            a space floater from a giant a$$

        • Ted Johnson

          > wtf

          WTF? I’ll tell you wtf – Stephen Hawking has been dead for decades. It’s not the same guy as they trotted out in the 80’s. Anyone born in 1942 and who developed Lou Gehrig’s disease has been dead for a long time. People with Lou Gehrig’s disease don’t live very long after they get it.

          But don’t believe me – go look at the pictures. There’s at least 3 of ‘him’.

          WTF, indeed.

          • Mansfield Yankee

            Finally someone tells the TRUTH about Hawking. Whack-Head has been dead for years !

      • gandhi

        are we going to send Tang the moon drink with the aliens?

      • Richard Cote

        Oumuamua is a small dark object against a black sky. It can be seen only from a bit of glint from the sun it makes as it tumbles wildly. Also, it is travelling at relative to our sun at 26km per second. Any single snapshot would not reveal much, if anything, about how it looks.

        In contrast, deep space images of nebulae, etc., are obtained using long exposures, sometimes over several days, to gather enough photons from the same source to generate an image. These celestial objects are incredibly far away, so their position in the sky does not meaningfully change during exposure.

        Think of it like observing a tree in the distance vs. a fly buzzing across your nose.

        • Chainsaw

          Thank you for the in depth explanation. Reading the replies of this group was starting to hurt my head. I’ll keep reading now, surely there’s a Joe Dirt space peanut joke somewhere.

      • Duke Hondo

        All you see are artist renderings. I dont think they have ever really saw anything yet.

      • rellik

        The perfect pictures you see are products of Post-Grad
        PhD’s “tuning” the spectra so us rube people will
        fund their grants.
        Remember that what we see is only a small portion
        of the energy is out there. We see from 770 to 310
        nanometers of wavelength,
        keep in mind it really goes from nearly zero to
        nearly infinity long wavelengths.

    2. gandhi

      sure, i may be smarter than hawking but i dont have that awesome look of a genious.

    3. aljamo

      Reminds me of the deep space ufos seen on youtube videos. I’ve never heard an explanation or acknowledgement from official sources concerning those objects clearly seen by backyard telescopes.

    4. Old Sailor

      Doesn’t look like the UFO I saw when I was a kid.

    5. Him

      It’s a stupid rock. Any one who thinks an advanced civilization would fly around in a big long rock is screwed in the head. Unless they’re the Clay People.

    6. Sgt. Dale

      E.T. Phone Home!!!!!

    7. Hawkeye

      Personally I welcome our new overlords and masters.

    8. watching and waiting

      Watching too much Star Trek reruns.

    9. anticom

      ET please take Hawking where ever he’s from so we don’t have to hear computerized NWO propaganda

    10. Judy

      Tell them not to bother to come jere. There’s no intelligent life on this planet.

    11. Judy

      Tell them not to bother to come here. There’s no intelligent life on this planet.

    12. Yahooie

      Interesting find. Wonder how it will turn out? Here’s a link to the Green Bank Observatory in WV where searching is to continue. I looked it up and it’s close enough for me to visit sometime. Never been to one; should be a nice weekend adventure when the weather warms up.

      PS I find the name choice for this object a bit odd. Because I read rather quickly, I at first misread it as Ob__ma and the title really caught my eye. I much prefer the kind of interesting it turned out to be.

    13. CPB

      In 1963, Hawking contracted motor neurone disease and was given two years to live. Does anyone or has anyone ever thought it was suspicious that the average life expectancy of someone with MND is 27 months. Up to 50% of people with MND will also display changes in their cognition, language, behavior, and personality as the disease progresses. They develop generalized paralysis, lose their capability to speak, and have difficulty swallowing. So how is it he has lived this long and been the mouth piece of several government’s for so long? Especially when they need to pull the wool lower on the sheeples eyes…

      • Yao Ming

        SH been long dead

    14. willadean

      looks like a star destroyer from star wars that has been one time too many around the galaxy..same general proportions with a bridge at the stern…

    15. Stormy

      The New Order or First Order or Old Republic Empire have ships like that, big triangles that old junkers like the Millennium Falcon fly circles around. The captain of that death ship is Darth Fear Porn.

    16. Old Guy

      steven hawking is long dead. they trot out some Moron imposter and everyone gushes about how intelligent he is.

    17. phicrappazappa

      It’s Christmastime! Mr Hankey’s spaceship, Ho Ho Ho and missleturd.

    18. John

      Interesting stuff. One thing people havent mentioned is that the formation of a non-artificial object to have this shape and size would be highly unusual. Rock does not have the tensile strength of steel, meaning it likely would not have held together during formation and whatever acceleration event moved it into deep space.

    19. Beaumont

      Quantum physicists used to be adamant craftsmen, with fabricating skills. They would physically create inventions, to benefit mankind. Just saying.

      Some of our household names were probably hacks, but still businessmen, who brought the intellectual property of others to market, still providing a valuable service.

      “Hold your breath
      Make a wish
      Count to three

      Come with me
      And you’ll be
      In a world of
      Pure imagination
      Take a look
      And you’ll see
      Into your imagination
      We’ll begin
      With a spin
      Traveling in
      The world of my creation
      What we’ll see
      Will defy

      I think that’s neat. Really quite visionary. But, there’s a word for what is not reproducible, and cannot be tested.

      Science is in a state of crisis, right now, because of useless filler, fraudulent test results, and frivolous pay walls. Sort of a microcosm of decadent society, at large.

      We typically won’t care about this individual personality, or his abilities, apart from seeing his sinecure, tenure, and stipend.

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