01-29-19 Robert Powell, USS Nimitz Tic-Tac UFO Update & More

https://podcastufo.com/ Alejandro Rojas with UFO Updates, Robert Powell Robert Powell is back to talk about being part of an extensive report that the Scientific Coalition for Ufology (SCU) https://www.explorescu.org/ wrote on the USS Nimitz Encounter, we take several calls and in hour two, he discusses triangle UFOs and more.

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BIO: Robert Powell is a charter board member of The Scientific Coalition for Ufology (SCU), has been the Director of Research at MUFON from 2007-2017 and created MUFON’s Science Review Board in 2012. He is one of two authors of the detailed radar/witness report on the “Stephenville Lights” as well as the SCU report “UAP: 2013 Aguadilla, Puerto Rico”. Robert is also a member of the Society for Scientific Exploration, the UFODATA project, and the National Space Society. Robert is active with FOIA requests to various government organizations to obtain information on historical cases and is a co-author of a book published in July 2012: UFOs and Government: A Historical Inquiry. Robert currently resides in Austin, Texas.

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31 Comments on “01-29-19 Robert Powell, USS Nimitz Tic-Tac UFO Update & More”

  1. Start at 16:59 You're welcome.

    Fascinating. It's good to hear additional information along with the minimal information we got from Luis Elizondo. I don't think Skunkworks would be testing anything in the same area where there was a Naval training exercise going on, nor would they fail to notify the navy of their intentions.

    The argument often used by the government that "they pose no danger to National Security" has always struck me as being an easy, off-the-shelf excuse for not talking about something. Obviously, someone has investigated the occurrence enough to conclude it wasn't a threat.

    I've often wondered, at what point would an event pose a National Security threat? Would a UFO have to shoot down a plane? What about the notion that we're unable to deal with them?

    Or, how about the idea that their speed is beyond our ability to chase them… or that they can disappear? Surely, the act of moving to the "secret" cap point ahead of the F-15 for the carrier's security should be in that category.

    You could use a producer to handle callers, and preferably someone with experience.

  2. My friend said he was abducted by aliens he said they were ''total dicks''. I asked why? He said at first he was like 'alright lads' and they didnt say anything then he said one was ''Giving me the eye'' and from then he tried to headbutt the head honcho who wisny havin any of it and dropped him back in the only puddle in a totally empty field, he said he was fuXXing fumming.

  3. The mention of the possibility of these objects at one point 11 of them are drones that travel in excess of 60,000mph is so ludicrous I have to question the logic in people with this mindset

  4. The illustration of the F-18 with the tic Tac is incorrect. The navy uses two seater F-18's. not a single seat like the illustration is showing. therefore the length of the fighters would be longer than pictured.

  5. I know this guy doesn't do the abduction cases but I would love to hear his opinion of the Travis Walton case.

  6. Good guest. Find it odd that he would state that Lazar "never said anything to pique my interest". Seems to me like the Lazar saga only gets more interesting with time and that many of the naysayer arguments against Bob continue to weaken. The discovery of element 115 and Dr. Krangle coming out and placing Lazar in the scientific community have only made the claims stronger with the passage of time.

  7. TTSA and Luis-the minute he said he was interested in “medical intelligence” as a career-you know he’s full of shit.

  8. The host has let his lack of fitness affect his oratory. He sounds like he just woke up or needs a nap. Hard to listen to.

  9. In all these reports there is no mention of any attempt to communicate with the tic-tacs. What is the tactical or strategic rationale for not communicating? Extra credit: If a tic-tac is somehow privy to (and understanding) the plane's radio and telemetry, then to communicate with it requires nothing more sophisticated than radio. They're already listening.

  10. They wont release any more footage because the radar system is HIGHLY CLASSIFIED for obvious reasons so forget seeing any more.

  11. Robert you should view that catalina ufo its kinda tic tac esque i think you will be surprised.

  12. I think LCDR Slaight was Fravor's WSO, and not his Wingman. That means that Slaight was in the back seat of Fravor's Hornet. The Wingman was a very junior female officer, who has chosen to remain anonymous for the time being, although she shows her face's profile in one interview. I have not looked up who her WSO was. This video left out some important additional facts. First, when the Tic Tac left Fravor's vicinity, it bothered to zip up to the E-2C Hawkeye and fly nearby it for a while, off its starboard wing. That allowed the five people onboard the Hawkeye to see it at very close range, motionless with respect to their plane. I wonder if they got any great closeup photos of it. Next, it went to Fravor's CAP point. In my opinion, most of the discussion on this incident should be – how could it possibly know what a CAP point is, and precisely where it is? And why would it go there and wait around for over an hour, until Underwood's jet tracked it down and video'd it? Was it trying to draw all Navy jets toward the South, to get them away from the other nine Tic Tacs? If I was a senior officer in that carrier group, I would have been extremely nervous that a UFO knew where the CAP point was. What else did it know about other U.S. Navy secrets? Another interesting fact is that the Princeton's radar vectored Fravor's two jets to the nearest Tic Tac, and it also vectored Underwood's two(?) jets to the same Tic Tac an hour later. Assuming that the Tic Tacs can jam the Princeton's radar at will, then why did they allow themselves to be seen, around the clock, for the two weeks before this incident, as well as during this incident? There must be a good, very specific reason for that. If the Nimitz group stayed in that general area for a period of time after that incident, I would like to hear what the ten Tic Tacs did during that time.

  13. Martin, this is a great video. Thanks for your efforts! Some helpful, friendly critiques: you are greatly over-lit, you are too close to the camera, and your audio consists of your voice, followed by a very muffled double-base echo 50 milliseconds later. These things are a bit annoying, and they take away from the professionalism that you deserve. Perhaps you have already fixed these issues. Thanks, and best wishes!

  14. It's funny how skeptical UFO believers are, when it comes to governments trying to explain an aerial phenomena as something OTHER than a UFO. But in the rare odd cases, where officials actually confirm that something is in fact unexplained and unidentified, UFO believers swallow every word of it, no questions asked! Talk about being biased, man!

  15. Please, no more taking callers. The number of quality calls is so low, it's not worth all the dead air, feedback from unmuted callers, technical problems, and "umms" and "uhhs" from unprepared callers. I appreciate the attempt to allow people to ask questions, it's good in theory, but ends up detracting from otherwise good shows.

  16. I think you should've stayed on the subject of spiritually that one caller alluded. People believe that and I think it's one reason so many resist the notian of UAP's. If it proves to be true it goes aginst their previously held religionous beliefs.

  17. 31:30 that's correct, apparently it was shaped like a "cross", everything is so odd with these encounters and the descriptions we get.

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