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Guest Page Fast links to Items: Richard  –  Ralphie Fast links to Bios:  Ralphie  Support The Other Side of Midnight! The Webb Telescope’s First Year … and ASTONISHING Discoveries The James Webb Space Telescope has just celebrated its incredibly productive “first year,” lazily orbiting in its extended L-2 location … a million miles “behind” the Earth (as seen from the Sun). What has it actually found? Well, here’s a (partial …) list: 1) First Deep Field IR image: Webb’s first official telescopic observation was the most detailed, “deep” (long-range) infrared image of the Universe ever created … leading eventually tro a potentially “mind blowing” conclusion …. 2) Most distant active “supermassive black hole” 3) Webb’s first “exoplanet”: On January 11, 2023, NASA reported finding Webb’s first exoplanet, LHS 475 b, located 41 light-years away from the Earth. Webb’s transmission spectrum revealed it to be (wait for it …) an Earth-sized terrestrial world […]

Guest Page Fast links to Items: Richard – Jon – David – Thomas – Maria – Dennis – Ra Fast links to Bios: Maria – Jonathan – David – Ron – Thomas – Dennis – Ra   Support The Other Side of Midnight! “Open Hailing Frequencies ….” Continuing Stonehenge ET Transmissions … New Responses Part II Several weeks ago, we presented radio data from our on-going “Enterprise Mission ‘ET Communications Experiment,’” of an apparent communicated “warning” — recorded by our Enterprise team, two weeks BEFORE the now-infamous “Tonga South Pacific Underwater Event” — the massive, uniquely powerful earthquake/underwater explosion occurring in a remote region of the south Pacific Ocean, January 15th, 2022.   The Tonga explosion, among its several extraordinarily powerful “signatures,” generated audible shockwaves which, uniquely, circled the planet three times … before falling below world-wide instrument detection levels!   Weeks later, the morning of February 4th, 2022, our intrepid Enterprise “archaeologist/explorer,” Maria Wheatley, ventured into the heart of the ancient British stone “observatory” […]