by Donna on August 25, 2022 8:45 am
So much is covered in this incredible episode that was aired on Australia's biggest mainstream TV network, Channel 7.
I found the discussion with current Nobel Prize nominee Dr. Garry Nolan particularly interesting. Ross Coulthart describes Garry as "the most reputable immunologist on the planet" (see resume below).
COULTHART: Let's talk about "it". What is "it"?
NOLAN: You know, I wish I knew, and of all the people that I've spoken with on the inside, there's really very little unanimity about what "it" is, except for that there - whatever it is appears to be so far advanced from us that it beggars understanding.
COULTHART: So you don't think it's human?
NOLAN: I'm sure it's not human.
Dr. Garry Nolan co-founded Akoya Biosciences in 2015, and is the Rachford and Carlota A. Harris Professor in the Department of Pathology at Stanford University School of Medicine. As a co-inventor of the CODEX technology, Garry has focused his research efforts on developing novel technologies and computational methods for research into cancer, leukemia, immunology and autoimmune disease. Dr. Nolan was the founder of a number of life sciences companies in addition to Akoya,including Rigel Inc. (NASDAQ: RIGL) and
DVS Sciences and serves as an advisor and board member for several biotechnology companies. He has published over 220 research articles and is the holder of 20 US patents, and has been honored as one of the top 25 inventors at Stanford University. He trained with Leonard Herzenberg (for his Ph.D.) and Nobelist Dr. David Baltimore. Garry is the first recipient of the Teal Innovator Award (2012) from the Department of Defense and has been honored with a number of awards including Nature Publishing “Outstanding Research Achievement”, Stohlman Scholar from the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society and Burroughs Wellcome Fund New Investigator Award.
by Donna on August 26, 2022 2:57 pm
Astronaut Edgar Mitchelll is best known for typing in 80 lines of code to save the entire Apollo 14 mission as it descended to the moon in 1971. But he also claimed that top military officials had hidden evidence of UFOs, potentially alien spacecraft, and that they were particularly fond of hovering over White Sands Testing Range in New Mexico.
"White Sands was a testing ground for atomic weapons - and that's what the extraterrestrials were interested in… They wanted to know about our military capabilities. My own experience talking to people has made it clear the ETs had been attempting to keep us from going to war and help create peace on Earth."
Mitchell also told the Mirror that other military personnel had confided in him that alien spacecraft were responsible for disabling nuclear missiles and for shooting them down over the Pacific Coast.