I looked, and there was a stormy wind from the north – a giant cloud and flashing fire surrounded by radiance; and in its midst, in the midst of the fire, shines like amber. In the middle there were figures of four beings. And that was their look. He had people figures. Ezekiel 1: 4 (Israeli Bible ™)
Several Harvard scientists came up with a stunning explanation of the strange behavior of the first interstellar object that passed through our solar system, indicating it was a probe sent by a foreign civilization to check us out. An Israeli expert on Nibiru proposes another cause, while giving an astounding explanation that links strangers with supernatural activities.
A relatively small object (about space standards), about 700 feet long and just 100 feet away, was discovered in October 2017. At that time, it was 21 million miles from Earth and traveled approximately 196,000 mph. He moved as fast as the Sun, that the scientists came to the conclusion that there is no chance in our solar system.
Comets and asteroids from our solar system are moving slower, typically at an average of 12 miles per second, compared to Oumuamu, which increases by 54 miles per second. It has thus become the first object ever found to be entering our solar system, which comes from another. It came from the direction of the Lyra system, but the Oumuamu system of origin and the amount of time spent traveling among the stars is unknown.
Oumuamua leaves the solar system and does not return. It is a direction in the direction of the constellation Pegasus and will pass Neptune's orbit in about four years, covering one light year (5.8 trillion miles) for another 11,000 years.
The name chosen by scientists suggests the strong importance that they attribute to this discovery. The name comes from the Hawaiian word for "scout". Before the official name was decided, the name "Rama," the name of an alien spacecraft discovered under similar circumstances in the romantic novel from 1973 Rendezvous with Rama by Arthur C. Clarke.
Several aspects of Oumuamu confused scientists. Scientists check Oumuamu for broadcasting, but they will not find it yet. The comets in our solar system create long paths of dust and gas when they get close to the sun but "Oumuamua did not, which led observers to consider them as an asteroid." During the passage through the inner solar system last year there was an unexpected speed.
"Our highly accurate measurement of the Oumuamu position has shown that something else influences its motion than the gravitational forces of the Sun and the planets," he said Marco Micheli from the group of the European Space Agency, which monitors the subject.
Avi Loeb, chairman of Harvard University's Astronomical Department, emphasized the importance of this discrepancy.
"It looks very different from the objects we found in the solar system," Loeb said CBS News. "There seemed to be another force pushing her, and it is not clear what this pressure is."
In the next article, along with colleague Shmul Bialy, he proposed an "exotic scenario".
"Oumuamu could be an active part of a foreign technology that has come to explore our solar system as well as we hope to explore Alpha Centauri using Starshot and similar technologies," researchers wrote in an article published earlier this month. "The alternative is to imagine that Oumuamu was on a reconnaissance mission."
"Oumuamua can be a full-motion probe sent deliberately to the terrestrial proximity of a foreign civilization," they wrote. According to their calculations, the Oumuamu is thin, but very wide as a sail using sunlight that drives itself.
Before he died in March, Professor Stephen Hawking suggested that if an interstellar probe appeared in the solar system, it would probably have the form of Oumuamu.
"Scientists working on long-distance space transport have earlier suggested that the shape of cigars or needles is the most likely architecture for an interstellar spacecraft because it would minimize friction and damage to interstellar gas and dust," Hawking wrote.
Yuval Ovadiawhose videos are available Nibiru gathered hundreds of thousands of opinions, related to these astronomical phenomena according to what is written classical Jewish sources.
"There is, of course, life on other planets," Ovadi said Breaking Israeli News unambiguously. "Kabbalah (Jewish mysticism, Hashem (God, literally" name ") has created other worlds before this world.) The problem with scientists is that they admit that there is such a possibility, but whenever someone suggests it is that's true, Mark them as "crazy". ""
Ovadia suggested another possible source for Oumuamu: the interstellar star described in Zohar, which is the basis for Jewish mysticism.
"Zohar describes and a huge star which will come to our solar system from a remote system, "says Ovadia." It will be accompanied by seven other stars. Obviously, if so many large objects come from the distant solar system, they are preceded by a wave of detritus and the rocks that are shifted before them. "
Ovadia emphasized that the question of the existence of aliens was irrelevant.
"Our purpose in this world is to serve God and bring geu (redemption)," said Ovadia. "Although Jewish sources indicate that it is possible, there is no Jewish source that tells us that aliens are part of the Divine Plan because they are related to us."
Ovada also suggested that the subject of extraterrestrial visits could be misunderstood.
"The Talmud often describes interactions between humans and humans shedim (demons), "he said." Talmud says the demons love that they were going crazy. It's fun for them. Many people may think they saw strangers from other planets, but what they really saw were demons in a different form. "