The Truth is down there! Harvard Scientist Wants Investigation into a Meteor at the Bottom of the Sea

Last week, the US Space Command confirmed that a meteor that hit Earth in 2014 came from another solar system and is the first known interstellar object. Harvard physicist Avi Loeb said on Wednesday that a meteor that hit Earth as of January 2014 it is a piece of alien technology.

The 2014 meteor predates ‘Oumuamua, which was discovered in October 2017 by the telescope in Hawaii millions of kilometers away.

At the time, Loeb received backlash from scientists after claiming that ‘Oumuamua is actually a piece of discarded alien technology.

In 2021 Loeb released a book that argued that Oumuamu is not a comet or asteroid, but a light sail – a method of propulsion for spacecraft.

A controversial Harvard scientist says he wants to start an investigation into a meteor he believes is actually alien technology at the bottom of the Pacific Ocean.

Its confirmation means that the famous interstellar object known as ‘Oumuamua, discovered in 2017, is actually the second interstellar object to visit our solar system.

Harvard physicist Avi Loeb (pictured) claimed on Wednesday that a meteor that hit Earth in January 2014 is a pedalo of alien technology.

According to NASA the meteor flew through the skies near Papua New Guinea at over 100,000 miles per hour and impacted near Manus on January 8, 2014 (conceptual image)

The memo, dated March 1 and shared on Twitter this month, endorses the findings by U.S. Space Command Chief Scientist Dr.

But Harvard physicist Avi Loeb claimed on Wednesday that the object is instead a piece of alien technology.

Avi Loeb

“Our discovery of an interstellar meteor heralds a new frontier of research,” he writes in The Debrief.

“The fundamental question is whether any interstellar meteor can indicate a composition of unequivocally artificial origin.

“Better yet, maybe some tech components survive the impact.”

He suggested picking up the object from the bottom of the Pacific with a magnet to examine the ‘artificial’ object, adding that retrieving the object could be an opportunity to fulfill an entire nation’s dream of getting their hands on alien technology.

“My dream is to press a few buttons on a working device that was manufactured outside of Earth,” wrote Loeb.

Loeb made a name for himself for openly believing that aliens had made contact with Earth.

According to NASA, the meteor lit up the skies near Manus Island, Papua New Guinea, on January 8, 2014, at a speed of over 160,000 kilometers per hour. It may have flooded the ocean with interstellar debris, according to scientist.

Oumuamua was discovered in October 2017 by a telescope in Hawaii millions of kilometers away. Now, a physicist is revealing details of why he believes it’s an artificial object.

In 2021, the physicist released a book entitled ‘Extraterrestrial: The First Sign of Intelligent Life Earth’, which argued that ‘Oumuamua is not a comet or asteroid, but a light sail – a spacecraft propulsion.

At the time of the discovery, Loeb received a backlash from scientists after claiming the object was actually a discarded piece of alien technology.

“We know it is artificially made. It had no cometary tail,” said Loeb.

‘We know we made it. So this provides evidence that we can tell the difference between a rock and an object that is pushed around by sunlight.

‘The problem is that the only way to know for sure the origins of ‘Oumuamua is to take an image of it, but the object is already very far away.

“So we missed the opportunity,” he said. ‘It’s like having a guest over for dinner, when you realize you’re a stranger and you’re already walking out the front door into the dark street. That was the first guest, and we must look for more.

Loeb is now saying that the 2014 object is also alien technology.

Much of the information surrounding the 2014 object has so far been classified by the government.

The memo, dated March 1 and shared on Twitter this month, endorses the discovery, US Space Command Chief Scientist Dr. Joel Mozer.

The Doctor. Mozer “has reviewed the analysis of additional data available to the Department of Defense relating to this discovery,” says the memo, which is signed by Lieutenant General John E. Deputy Commander of the US Space Command.

‘Dr. Mozer confirmed that the velocity estimate reported to NASA is accurate enough to indicate an interstellar trajectory.’

It was in 2019 that Harvard University researchers published a study on the arXiv print server, acknowledging the existence of the meteor and saying that it came from outside our Solar System.

The study, which has yet to be peer-reviewed, reported the meteor as originating from interstellar space with ‘99.999% confidence’.

According to the authors, the study has been awaiting peer review for years so that the claim can be confirmed, but faced obstacles from the US government, which was withholding important information from a publicly available NASA database.

Information about the meteor is scarce, although its details – including its coordinates above Manus Island – are recorded at NASA’s Center for Near-Earth Object Studies (CNEOS).


A cigar-shaped object called ‘Oumuamua passed Earth at 97,200 mph (156,428 km/h) in October 2017.

It is named after the Hawaiian term for ‘scout’ or ‘messenger’ and passed by Earth at about 85 times the distance of the moon.

It was hailed as the first interstellar object seen in the solar system, but it baffled astronomers.

Initially, it was thought that the object could be a comet.

However, it does not exhibit any of the classic behavior expected of comets, such as a dusty tail of water and ice particles.

The asteroid is up to 400 meters long and highly elongated – perhaps 10 times longer than it is wide.

This ratio is greater than that of any asteroid observed in our solar system to date.

But the asteroid’s slightly red hue — specifically pale pink — and variable brightness are remarkably similar to objects in our own solar system.

With the size of the Gherkin skyscraper in London, some astronomers were convinced it was piloted by aliens due to the great distance the object traveled without being destroyed and the closeness of its journey to Earth.

Gherkin skyscraper in London,

SETI alien hunters – the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence, based at the University of California, Berkeley, said there was a possibility the rock was “an alien artifact.

But scientists at Queen’s University Belfast took a good look at the object and said it appears to be an asteroid, or ‘planetesimal’ as originally thought.

Researchers believe the cigar-shaped asteroid had a “violent past”, after observing light reflected off its surface.

They aren’t sure when the violent collision occurred, but they believe the lone asteroid’s fall will continue for at least a billion years.

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