Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Aliens Origin || Hidden earthly intelligence

Psychologist Carl Jung, in his book “Flying Saucers”, stated “something is being seen, but it isn’t known what.... This formulation leaves the question of ‘seeing’ open. Something material could be seen, or something psychic could be seen. Both are realities, but different kinds”.Albert Einstein said, “as far as the laws of mathematics refer to reality, they are not certain; and so far as they are certain, they do not refer to reality”.Timothy Mcveigh, recently executed for the Oklahoma bombing, blamed an implant in his brain for his actions and described several UFO encounters to police investigators. Between 80 and 90 percent of (UFO) reports are misperceptions of fairly conventional, natural or man-made phenomena, hoaxes.Theories about UFO and aliens are numerous but can be divided into four categories:

Intelligence from another planet with advanced technology

In the thirties, Mars and the Moon were the most popular candidates for hosting aliens but it seems that we have to go beyond the solar system to find the first planet with similar living conditions than the Earth. Though scientists last century thought the planet Mars might be a good candidate, and some even thought they detected a huge canal system stretching across the planet, recent probes sent to Mars have failed to detect even bacteria-like creatures, let alone a civilization capable of producing a flying saucer. With the rest of the planets in our solar system seemingly too hot or cold, the best hope for intelligent life seems to be across the void of interstellar space in other parts of our galaxy. If we do assume there is intelligent life in places other than Earth, where might they be? In an attempt to detect intelligent life beyond our solar system researchers have conducted a number of SETI programs trying to use radio waves to detect the existence of other civilizations. So far no SETI program has been successful in finding intelligent life, but there are millions of stars in our galaxy alone that might have planets that could harbor life and carefully looking at each one of them will take a long time.


The chupacabra, or aliens that we are seeing would be humans of the future.... our own children.... travelling through time in order to prevent the chemical crisis that caused them to evolve into "chupacabras". This would explain the "time-line" of sightings and the secrecy of the U.S. government regarding their findings. Our future-humans arrive at times when chemical progress is at a peak - in order to either warn us or attempt to prevent the progress of the technology that will go awry and cause physical mutations. What might cause such a leap in evolution, to create the unusual appearance of chupacabra? Is it a large-scale chemical war? Instant, single-generation mutation? Or a slow, gradual "morphing" of physical structure in order to adapt to our habitat - which we created through ignorance? Is it a positive change, or a negative change? Certainly, chupacabra is not attractive to us, pre-historic man.

Psychic phenomenon

Aliens are only the results of hallucinations caused by numerous alterations of the mind of witnesses. This argument is used in most cases of paranormal apparitions wether it is a ghost, a Bigfoot or an alien.

Hidden earthly intelligence

According to this theory, what we call aliens would be pre-flood civilizations that have found a refuge in the depths of the sea or underground.

Tuesday, August 9, 2011

Bumblebee A.K.A Chevrolet Camaro

Richard Hammond of Top Gear once said… “If you are under 12 then this to you is Bumblebee from the Transformers movies and in a minute it is going to stand-up and throw an Oil Tanker at my face. But back in the 60s its grandfather was fighting the Cold-War”.

He was talking about the new Chevrolet Camaro. The car is now 45 years old, this September. Chevrolet is celebrating with this video featuring the Bumblebee/Transformers Edition Camaro.

Thousands of Enthusiasts Roll Into Oshawa for the Chevrolet Camaro Homecoming Weekend

It was doors wide open today at GM Canada''s Oshawa Assembly Plant as over 2,000 enthusiasts from across Canada and the U.S. descended upon Oshawa to visit the official home of the Chevrolet Camaro. From Nova Scotia to Texas, Camaro owners and fans descended upon Oshawa to celebrate all things Camaro and witness where the rubber meets the road.

Camaro enthusiasts were joined by thousands more from the local community to tour the award-winning Oshawa Assembly Plant and get a first-hand look at the quality workforce and flexible manufacturing system behind the iconic Chevrolet Camaro.

"Camaro owners are some of our most passionate and loyal customers and we''re thrilled to show our appreciation to them with this event," said Kevin Williams, president and managing director, General Motors of Canada. "As well, we owe a debt of gratitude to Canadians for their support, especially over the past few years, and today''s plant open house is a small way we can say thank you for the chance we''ve been given to show what this company can really do."

In addition to today''s plant tour, the Chevrolet Homecoming Weekend includes the 23rd annual Camaro Nationals event running throughout the weekend in the Oshawa Assembly Plant parking lot, hosted by the Ontario Camaro Club.

Over 587 Camaros participated in the Guinness World Record attempt to form the largest car mosaic*. Reflecting true classics ranging from 1967 originals to the all-new, 2012 ZL1 making its Canadian debut, the cars were staged in a Chevrolet Bowtie configuration.

Chevrolet also has a number of exclusive and special edition models on display, including:
  • 2012 Camaro ZL1
  • 2012 Camaro 45th Anniversary Edition
  • Transformers Bumblebee Camaro (from Transformers 3: Dark of the Moon)
  • Neiman Marcus Camaro Convertible
  • Dale Jr. Camaro
  • LS7 Camaro
  • 2011 Synergy Edition
  • 2011 1LT/XM/AA Camaro
  • 2010 Camaro Indy Pace Car
  • 2009 Camaro Pace Car
  • Camaro Iver (Black/White)
  • Camaro ''Track'' Car

About Chevrolet in Canada

Founded in 1911, Chevrolet celebrates its centennial as a global automotive brand with annual sales of about 4.25 million vehicles in more than 140 countries. From today''s Cruze Eco which consumes just 4.6 L/100 km on the highway to the Volt coming this fall, which provides up to 80 kilometres of electric, gasoline-free driving and an additional 500 kilometres of extended range, Chevrolet offers gas-friendly to gas-free solutions. Chevrolet provides customers with fuel-efficient, safe and reliable vehicles that deliver high quality, expressive design, spirited performance and value. The Chevrolet portfolio includes award-winning passenger cars and crossovers such as Cruze, Malibu, Equinox and Traverse and a host of new, smaller, highly efficient models to come including the all-new Orlando and Sonic (fall 2011) and Spark (2012). Chevrolet also provides iconic performance cars such as Corvette and Camaro as well as dependable, long-lasting pickups and SUVs such as Silverado and Suburban. Most new Chevrolet models offer OnStar safety, security and convenience technologies including OnStar Hands-Free Calling, Automatic Crash Response and Stolen Vehicle Slowdown. More information regarding Chevrolet models can be found at, on Facebook at or by following @ChevroletCanada on Twitter.