UFO Conjectures

Tuesday, December 20, 2016

Quantum Entanglement in 1966 “Swamp Gas” Sightings?

Ann Arbor/Dexter and Hillsdale, Michigan, in March 1966, allegedly had multiple UFO sightings, starting on March 16th and waning around March 24th.

While most of the sightings were fed by hysterical delusions, two were “actual” and indicated, I think, some kind of interaction between them, although they were separated by about 60 miles (as the crow flies).

The sightings that were “genuine” were Frank Mannor’s (and son Ronald) on Mr. Mannor’s farm in Dexter, Michigan, just northeast of Ann Arbor and the sightings of co-eds at Hillsdale College, southwest of Ann Arbor/Dexter.

The Mannor fellows and the young ladies in their dorm rooms at Hillsdale saw a pulsating “thing” near water; the co-eds “object” atop the arboretum pond and farmer Mannor’s over a swampy area on his farm (from whence J. Allen Hynek got the idea for his laughable “swamp gas” explanation).

The sightings took place Sunday, March 20th, and are distinct from the plethora of hallucinatory sightings reported in both areas for the period cited above.

Farmer Mannor, like many UFO observers, was vilified by some locals, and was chagrinned by the “swamp gas” designation of Hynek.

The college co-eds enjoyed the brief excitement their sighting caused with ensuing sightings taking place in Hillsdale by the locals.

The interesting thing about those two sightings is the seeming interaction of both “things” or “objects.”

They were spotted in the late evening/early night [7:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.] by all the parties and behaved similarly: pulsating (dimming and brightening) in tandem, as the witness accounts seemingly show.

Was there communication between the “visitors”?

Was there action by one of the “things” that caused “simultaneous” action in the other, a kind of quantum entanglement, that I’ve proposed in my speculation that UFOs may be AI machines using quantum entanglement to communicate over distances, even distances vast in scope: interstellar space, for instance?


Spinoza: Metaphysics and Science -- the Truth of Quantum Reality

It has become a cliché that no one understands the strange behavior of the elementary particles that quantum mechanics describes. For example, how can an unobserved electron be in an infinite number of places at the same time? Or how can a particle of light – a photon – ‘sample’ all of space to ‘select’ the fastest path between two points in space, as Richard Feynman’s interpretation of quantum mechanics would say? One common theme in quantum mechanics is precisely this ‘unconstrained’ behavior of particles. This is consistent with the notion that there is a boundless or infinite aspect in nature underlying the reality we experience – which is precisely Spinoza’s view of substance.

Another theme in quantum mechanics is that the answer supplied by an experiment often depends on the question the experiment is asking. For example, elementary wave-particles can be seen to behave as either waves or particles depending on how an experiment is set up. Furthermore, it seems that observation is required to give quantum entities a determinate form. These two features of quantum mechanics suggest that there is a very close relationship between intelligence and corporeal nature in the universe, just as Spinoza supposed. To put it in Spinoza’s terms, intelligence and the material quantum events that intelligence observes are inseparable because they are two aspects of the same unique and boundless substance.

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Again, why UFOs would go elsewhere before seeking out our backwater planet

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A supplement to my argument about Quantum Entanglement for possible UFO/AI messaging

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