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Oct 1, Read Hunt for the Skinwalker PDF Science Confronts the Unexplained at a Remote Ranch in Utah Ebook by Colm A. Kelleher bestthing.infohed. skinwalker ranch stories, skin walker ranch, skinwalker books, books, navajo yeenaaldlooshii, bray road beast, PDF PREVIEW Hunt for the Skinwalker: Science Confronts the Unexplained at a Remote Ranch in Utah by Colm A. Kelleher. The purpose of this talk is to present and discuss an important and provocative book, published at the end of , with a bizarre title: Hunt for the Skinwalker (I.

The appearance of huge, otherworldly creatures. Invisible objects emitting magnetic fields with the power to spark a cattle stampede. Flying orbs of light with dazzling maneuverability and lethal consequences. For one family, life on the Skinwalker Ranch had become a life under siege by an unknown enemy or enemies.

Nothing else could explain the horrors that surrounded them -- perhaps science could. Leading a first-class team of research scientists on a disturbing odyssey into the unknown, Colm Kelleher spent hundreds of days and nights on the Skinwalker property and experienced firsthand many of its haunting mysteries.

With investigative reporter George Knapp -- the only journalist allowed to witness and document the team's work -- Kelleher chronicles in superb detail the spectacular happenings the team observed personally, and the theories of modern physics behind the phenomena. Far from the coldly detached findings one might expect, their conclusions are utterly hair-raising in their implications.

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This is the moment to mention another curious aspect of the story. The Gormans said that they often heard sounds of heavy machinery or metal equipment coming from under the earth. And the previous owners had warned them to avoid any digging! In retrospect, it is curious that the book does not give more information about these mysterious previous owners.

They seemed to know a lot about the ranch, and might have helped the NIDS study.

By the way, such bizarre sounds have been heard, allegedly, in other places, like the San Luis Valley and the "Four Corners" area. The San Luis Valley, located in the south of Colorado, has been another prominent area for many strange phenomena: This is where the first publicized case of mutilation happened, the one of the little horse Snippy in fact, named Lady in Christopher O'Brien, who has written a book of these events, The Mysterious Valley , reports a testimony of strange noises, loud humming and deep rumbling, heard close to the ground, in the area of the Great Sand Dunes p.

The fact that the NIDS team observed many strange incidents like those reported by the Gorman family gives a high credibility to the whole story. There are also testimonies from neighbours of the ranch. On the other hand, it would have been also interesting to find the previous owners of the ranch and learn their own story. Some neighbors who knew them felt that they had somehow learned to accept these phenomena and live with them. We may regret, however, that the book does not give any precise, scientific data collected on the ranch, such as magnetic recordings, or even pictures of the lights balls and orbs.

For instance, there are many pictures, stills and videos, of light balls in connection with crop circles. So, why not at the NIDS ranch, with all their sophisticated equipment? Perhaps because, according to Tom Gorman, as soon as the NIDS team arrived at the ranch, the phenomena became much more elusive, as if the "intelligence" behind them had become much more cautious. However, Colm Kelleher admits that they do have recorded material, so the question arises: Are they classified material?

During all these years, the NIDS investigation at the ranch remained quite confidential, fueling accusations of secrecy. The book, because of the lack of precise documentation, does not put an end completely to these rumors.

It is a matter of public knowledge that NIDS had close links with the military. This is demonstrated, notably, by the presence of Colonel Alexander in the scientific board, a man with a long career in secret military studies.

II - Theories, and speculations: In their book, Colm Kelleher and George Knapp address a lot of ideas and speculations which might explain, according to them, the strange events at the NIDS ranch.

Two main lines are discussed: Colm Kelleher and George Knapp have devoted a significant and interesting part of their book to the question of parallel universes and "other dimensions". They refer to several scientific theories which have been developed over many years about the existence of one, or several, so called "parallel" universes. Let's recall briefly the main ones, and see how they are viewed in the book.

The best known theory is the one of "traversable wormholes", imagined in by the American physicist Kip Thorne, of Cal Tech, at the request of his friend Carl Sagan, who used it in his famous novel Contact. It is based on Einstein's General Theory of Relativity, and it is a real scientific speculation by a reputable physicist.

In a few words, there may exist a way to go from one part of the universe to another, or from one universe to another, parallel one, through a "hole" made in in the fabric of space-time, dubbed "wormhole", and passing through a "hyperspace", or four dimensional space, such as in these figures taken from the famous book of physicist Michio Kaku Hyperspace:.

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Figures of "wormholes" Michio Kaku, Hyperspace. It is a fascinating concept but everyone admits that, at best, we are a very long way from being able to engineer one.

It would require, to begin with, a colossal amount of "exotic" or "negative" energy, just to keep it open, and nobody knows how that could be done, although it has become a standard way for space travel in science-fiction movies! It would also require our universe to be "curved" the curvature of space in Einstein's theory , but all astronomical observations suggest that, apparently, it is flat, actually!

Wormhole and curved space Scientific American. In it, Davis boldly describes what such a wormhole could be and seems confident that we may achieve that someday, by tapping into a fantastic source of power, the so-called "zero point energy". He notes that, "of the more than cases investigated by NIDS, several dozen clearly portend wormhole manifestations", and he includes in the list, unsurprisingly, the phenomena observed at the Utah ranch.

Let's mention here that there are other testimonies of similar phenomena, suggesting the opening of "holes", or "gates" to other dimensions. Here are three exemples, very briefly. Here is a drawing of such an observation, made in California by Linda Porter. Here is another exemple, of a "gate" which opened in the sky, above meditating witnesses. One of them actually travelled briefly in the hole and had a glimpse of an unknown landscape on the other side.

Testimony on the formation of a "hole", and a glimpse of the other side.

And here is a third testimony, this one in relation with crop circles in Wiltshire. According to Michael Hesemann, in his book Messages , in the evening of July 9, , several witnesses saw helicopters going after a ball of light, at West Woods.

Another witness, the farmer Terry Butcher, of Alton Barnes, saw a kind of tunnel opening in the clouds, as if something big was passing through it, and then the tunnel disappeared.

The next day, a pictogram was discovered near Alton Barnes pp.

Eric Davis also mentions an "alternative theory of gravity" proposed by the American physicist Harold Puthoff, known as the "polarizable-vacuum PV representation of general relativity, which treats the vacuum as a polarizable medium". According to Davis, Puthoff's PV model is "the only alternative theory of gravity which has been successfully applied to explain the physical, anti-physical and physiological characteristics and performances" which have been reported in UFO cases.

These theories are also mentioned in the book of Kelleher and Knapp, but they seem to favour another concept, the so-called "many worlds theory", or "multiverse", which derives from the second pillar of physics, the Quantum physics.

Colm Kelleher and George Knapp present that theory, first in their chapter 29 "Other Worlds", and they insist on it in their epilogue.

To make it short, let's say that it is probably the strangest theory, and the hardest to swallow, ever conceived in the history of modern physics. It was first proposed by Hugh Everett and John Wheeler in and it postulates that, according to quantum mechanics, quoting one of the present promoters of the theory, Max Tegmark, in Scientific American May The result, would be that there exist an infinite number of parallel universes, some of which could differ from ours by minute details, like in science-fiction stories such as the TV series Sliders and Stargate!

One of the many questions raised by this fantastic theory is whether it is possible to go from one parallel universe to another. Again, through "wormholes", presumably! In their epilogue, Kelleher and Knapp claim that this theory, which was at first highly controversial, is now approved by a majority of physicists: True enough, Kaku seems to approve it in his book Visions: How Science will revolutionize the 21st Century But, actually, a number of other scientists seem reticent about it, notably the promoters of the famous "superstrings theory", which attemps to reunite the two pilars of physics.

One of them is the young physicist Brian Greene, who has written two brillant books on these theories, The Elegant Universe in , and The Fabric of Cosmos To him, there may be other solutions, more "economical", so to speak, to this paradox of quantum physics. For, instance the theory of the British physicist David Bohm, of "non local physics". To him, there is no theory favored by a majority of scientists today, and the problem remains unsolved p.

In addition to that, there is also a place for parallel worlds in the string theories!

Covers of the two books of Brian Greene. String theories, "M" theory, and and the model of parallel "Brane worlds". That theory of "strings", or superstrings", is actually a family of several theories, with an already long history since the sixties.

To make it short again, lets's mention the most recent stage of its evolution, which has been formulated mainly by Edward Witten, at Princeton, and is called the "M", theory.

According to it, the universe is made of eleven dimensions, but we do live in a three dimensional space four dimensions with time , called a "Brane" which is a diminutive of "membrane".

However, there may be another Brane, or parallel world, which would never touch us but could be very close to us! It would manifest itself only by gravitanional effects. It might explain the mystery of missing matter, or "dark energy", which is one of the big mysteries of today's astronomy. And, here we go again, according to some, it might be posible to go from one membrane to another, passing by an hyperspace of ten dimensions, called this time the "bulk".

Note that, in this theory, the two parallel membranes are flat. Travelling in hyperspace between two Branes New Scientist , 20 may According to Brian Greene and others, there are still other developments to expect for these theories, for instance the "Quantum Loop gravity", and maybe new ones that we have not heard yet about, so that the situation seems to be very open.

As for our nagging question of interdimensional UFOs and related phenomena, the bottom line seems to be, for the time being, that we don't know yet, really, how they come and go! That being said, the other nagging question is: As I said, Kelleher and Knapp present some ideas which all tend to put aside the extraterrestrial hypothesis.

Colm Kelleher and George Knapp think, like many other authors, that the classical ETH hypothesis falls short of explaining things, and they favour "paranormal" theories, about so called "otherwordly" beings and entities coming from other "dimensions". So, we are back to the old question: Let's see what their arguments are.

In their chapter 25, entitled "Hypotheses", the authors start with this question: They quickly discard hoaxes, delusions, and unexplained natural phenomena such as the "tectonic strain theory" of Michael Persinger. They mention the idea of an ancient, very advanced, terrestrial civilization human, presumably , but they don't insist, and I won't either.

Then comes the big question of Extraterrestrials, which they present as "the best known, but not necessarily the most credible, model for multiple anomalous phenomena" p.

It seems very difficult for them to conceive of an agenda for a group of extraterrestrial visitors, choosing such a remote and out-of-the-way location. They refer to the "standard model" of the ET hypothesis, the aliens flying "nuts-and-bolts" spacecraft, and consider that "the events at the ranch yielded insufficent data to support or eliminate this hypothesis", although some of the events "very much fit the standard description of UFOs".

Colm Kelleher admits that he has seen one himself with a colleague: They consider the idea of "smart probes", supposedly sent from interstellar distances, but they discard it on the basis of a test proposed in the s by aerospace enginer Roy Dutton who claimed to be able to specify the exact spot and date of the appearance of such anomalous aerial phenomena.

And guess what?

The Utah ranch failed that test! Another argument of the authors against the ETH is that, to this day, nobody has found any artifacts - physical or biological - of proven extraterrestrial origin. They also discard rapidly the hypothesis of "ancient astronauts", which is, for them, "not supported by any physical data".

Well, I am sorry to say that I find this argumentation very weak. In my opinion, it fails to consider seriously the vast amount of information gathered over the last sixty years on UFOs, on which has been built a strong and convincing case for the presence of, not one, but more probably several alien civilizations, some of them present, arguably, for a long time on our planet. There are strong indications about the reality of physical crafts of alien origin, made by non-human, scientifically advanced, civilizations.

Whether they come from a planet of this world or from a "parallel" world, does not change their nature of real, physical alien beings who have come to Earth, for some purpose.Afraid, he will look for the dogs only in the morning in the wood, only to find them completely burned, incinerated. SpringerLink is Following mechanics with field to beginners of new ebooks from Journals, Books, Protocols and Reference is.

And although they have scientific equipment to measure radiation levels and magnetic spikes, they fail to record anything unusual. It knocked over trash cans throughout the town as it escaped. Your receptor was a kolege that this idea could not understand.

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In each culture, an animal associated with evil was usually the subject of the delusion. In addition to that, there is also a place for parallel worlds in the string theories!

However, even though I would subscribe to some of these ideas, I remain perplexed by this general line of thinking which seems bent on the rejection of the ETH.

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