In my last blog, I told you that I was going to see the documentary film ‘Alien Intrusion: Unmasking a Deception.’
I finally saw the movie this past Thursday night and it’s taken some time for me to process exactly what I saw.
What I did see has changed my view of what, exactly, is out there.
But more on that later.
I won’t provide a film critics review of the documentary, suffice to say that it was very well done and presented with a logical progression of the facts and evidence.
The film begins with a brief history of our fascination with UFOs and aliens. It shows the mass hysteria and panic that ensued during Orson Welles October 30, 1938 broadcast of H.G. Wells ‘War of the Worlds.’ The actual panic that it created is still undecided but the dramatization’s impact was definitely felt.
The journey continues through the years, with various UFO sightings, the most famous being that of the Roswell incident in 1947.
We then move into the heart of the film where the scientific aspects of space travel are explored.
When I first became fascinated with the idea of aliens coming to this planet, the laws of physics never entered my mind. They have now.
The consensus among the scientists in this documentary is that it is nearly impossible to travel at the speed of light or greater. Here are just a few of the things I learned:
1) In order to accelerate to the speed of light, you would need to have the amount of energy equivalent to four atomic bombs (roughly the size of those detonated over Hiroshima). To slow down from the speed of light, you would need the same energy equivalent. Once you’ve reached your destination, you would need to use the same amount of energy all over again.
In addition, as you approach the speed of light, the mass of your ship would increase almost exponentially. This will also affect the amount of energy needed to approach light speed.
2) According to the documentary, there are approximately one hundred thousand particles of matter per one kilometer or space. Let’s face it folks: space isn’t really empty.
These aliens would need to come up with some kind of deflector screen to keep these particles from completely destroying their ship. This screen would also add to the energy consumption of the vehicle.
3) One of the last things I’ll mention is inertia. You know that ‘pinned back into your seat’ feeling you get when you slam the accelerator of your car? Imagine that times a really large number with lots of zeros on the end. You would end up being a red stain on the seat. Now an inertial dampener would need to be used to keep that from happening. And…you guessed it…more energy consumption.
When you think about it, ‘Star Trek’ isn’t too far off from what would be needed for interstellar travel: propulsion systems, guidance systems, life support, defense (you never know…), etc. All of these adding to overall energy consumption.
There was so much information in this film that I can’t fit it all here without making this blog too long of a read. Let me just recommend getting the DVD when it comes out.
My final thoughts? Considering everything I have read and seen, I believe that these craft are not interstellar but inter-dimensional. They have the ability to open up doors into other dimensions and freely pass between them. Scientists have always known that there are a number of dimensions out there (up to 10) so this is completely feasible. Violating the laws of physics is not.
As for the so-called ‘alien beings?’ I believe them to be demons masquerading as aliens. Looking like aliens gives them a more familiar look in that many will think they are aliens from outer space rather than demonic forces at work (for reference, read Ephesians 6:12)
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