Now, mainstream science news is writing about a bombshell discovery: Over 100 stars have vanished from the night sky in just the last 50 years. They're literally gone. As I've explained in my lectures, this is because our galaxy no doubt hosts "star eaters" -- advanced alien civilizations that consume entire stars to create antimatter fuel. This idea is beginning to achieve mainstream status, by the way. As CNET.com now reports:
"Unless a star directly collapses into a black hole, there is no known physical process by which it could physically vanish," explains a new study published in the Astronomical Journal and led by Beatriz Villarroel of Stockholm University and Spain's Instituto de Astrofísica de Canarias. "The implications of finding such objects extend from traditional astrophysics fields to the more exotic searches for evidence of technologically advanced civilizations."
The project team believes their search for vanishing stars could be useful in the search for extraterrestrial intelligence (SETI) by identifying "hot spots" in space where an unexpectedly large number of stars seem to be missing.
"Zooming in on the (hot spots) in our SETI (or technosignature) searches, we can identify the most probable locations to host extra-terrestrial intelligence," they write.
The idea here is that a very advanced alien civilization may be able to construct a hypothetical megastructure called a Dyson sphere that completely encompasses a star in order to capture a large portion of its energy.
Here's the image of vanishing stars. The left panel was taken in the 1950s. The right panel is from 2019. Notice how the large star in the center of the rectangle has vanished?
Importantly, these stars vanished many thousands of years ago, depending on their distance from Earth. Through normal space, light travels at a known constant speed (when gravity is not distorting space, see below), and we know the distance of these stars thanks to parallax measurements from Earth. Thus, we can easily determine how long ago these stars vanished, given that their light takes a certain amount of time to each us.
This vanishing of stars has no explanation in mainstream astronomy, but it is explained by the existence of "star eaters" -- alien civilizations that consume entire stars to power the FTL warp drives on their ships. Stars can be harvested into antimatter fuel which can then be used to project gravity distortion fields that accelerate ships to speed that far exceed the speed of light.
This is exactly what I've described in my Oblivion Agenda lectures, which are available at OblivionAgenda.com. I also gave a live lecture on this topic to thousands of people in Branson, Missouri, which was recorded and is available on this DVD set from GenSix Productions.
Steve Quayle himself, founder of GenSix, said this live talk was the best live presentation he's ever seen. I continue to receive feedback from people saying it changed their entire view of reality.
Naturally, people who think they know a little something about physics will immediately scream, "But the speed of light cannot be exceeded! It is an absolute limit!"
That's not true at all. The speed of light is limited according to the spacetime "grid" through which light is passing, so if that grid is stretched via projected gravity fields, then light itself can more quickly traverse that grid. In other words, if you bend spacetime by a factor of 10, stretching it out to where the "grid" of space is now ten times more elongated, then light can appear to travel at ten times the "speed of light" to an outside observer, even though within the grid itself, the speed of light is still constant compared to the grid.
Put another way, the speed of light varies according to the distortion of space by gravity, which is why the observed speed of light by scientists all around the world is not a constant. Small variations in the speed of light have been routinely observed literally thousands of times by dozens of different labs around the world. These speed variations are due to gravity waves washing over our planet, causing variations in the curvature of space itself (which is how gravity works, of course).
Listen to my short podcast on this topic here:
In fact, variations in the observed speed of light are so common that the scientific community had to cheat to fix the speed of light to a constant. They did this through circular logic, by defining the speed of light as a component of how long it takes light to travel one meter, while defining one meter as the distance traversed by light in a given amount of time. These definitions are circular, which is why the speed of light is a "constant," even when it isn't in reality. (This is just one way the scientific community deceives the world with fake science and fake math. It's more common than you might suppose...)
I don't have the space here to do a full science paper on this for those who are still stuck in Newtonian physics, but the simple explanation is that gravity not only bends light, but gravity bends the space through which light travels. If you didn't know that gravity bends the space through which light travels, then you aren't even up to speed on the most basic astrophysics principles used by mainstream university lab all around the world. Yes, gravity bends light indirectly, by bending the space through which light travels, and that explains why large masses such as stars, black holes and planets, create a "lensing effect," bending the light of stars that travels near those masses as the light makes its way to Earth. This is why stars appear to shift around the perimeter of the sun as observed during a total eclipse.
So the key to traveling faster than the speed of light is found in bending space, not accelerating in standard space. You can never accelerate to the speed of light in standard space, because there isn't enough energy in the universe to achieve that goal. But you can, if you have the tech, bend space itself by projecting strong gravity fields that distort spacetime. An entire ship can then be propelled to speeds in excess of 1000 times the speed of light by traversing this space distortion, which can be projected as a spheric bubble around a spacecraft.
Projecting gravity fields, as you might suspect, requires enormous amounts of energy. The kind of energy that would have to be harvested from entire stars.
From my Oblivion Agenda slides, I explain why FTL technology is commonplace in the cosmos:
This slide explains how NASA-linked scientists are well aware that FTL travel can be achieved by projecting gravity fields using high density fuel such as antimatter:
I actually covered much of this in yesterday's feature article which explains why Flat Earthers don't understand gravity. From that article:
This isn't science fiction, by the way. It's a serious subject that's being studied by serious scientists connected with NASA as a form of future space flight. It turns out you actually can travel faster than light by bending space using antimatter, which means you aren't violating the absolute speed limit of light, even as you are moving from point A to point B at a velocity that would appear to be faster than light to a stationary observer.
This is the subject of study of a NASA-linked project called "Project Eagleworks," and here's a video of Harold "Sonny" White from Eagleworks laboratories, explaining his ongoing research into this exotic "advanced propulsion" technology:
As I mention on OblivionAgenda.com, alien spacecraft can appear to "teleport" by applying a 100 x C (100 times the speed of light) spacetime warp bubble for one microsecond (one millionth of a second), which would propel a craft 30 km faster than the blink of a human eye. Importantly, the occupants of the craft would feel nothing.
Harold White is the same scientist, by the way, who has calculated that warp bubbles which achieve 10 x C (ten times the speed of light) could be achieved using the energy found in 200 kg of antimatter fuel. See his research summary document here, which explains:
Additionally, the lab is implementing a warp field interferometer that will be able to measure spacetime disturbances down to 150nm. Recent work published by White    suggests that it may be possible to engineer spacetime creating conditions similar to what drives the expansion of the cosmos. Although the expected magnitude of the effect would be tiny, it may be a "Chicago pile" moment for this area of physics.
Similarly, the Tauri Group is working with NASA and says antimatter propulsion systems may only be 50 - 60 years away.
There are many fascinating areas of research to consider in all this, and I've lectured about many of them at OblivionAgenda.com. For example, I've proposed that gravity wave detectors could be placed on the moon and used to detect visitations from alien craft which are using projected warp bubbles, since any disturbance in the gravity warping of spacetime ripples out at the speed of light and can be detected by ordinary sensors. This is how Earth can easily detect when non-Earth civilizations are using warp bubble drives anywhere near our solar system. (My guess is that NASA already has these sensors on the moon and is already well aware of all this.)
Additionally, I've proposed ideas on harvesting pulsars and magnetars to produce antimatter fuel which would be necessary to power warp bubble projection systems. This also explains the economics of the cosmos and why pulsars and similar collapsed stars are so valuable as the "cosmic oil wells" for intragalactic travel.
Notice that in the passage above, I was talking about "star eater" operations, where entire stars (pulsars, magnetars, etc.) are consumed in the production of antimatter fuel to power spacecraft at speeds vastly exceeding the speed of light.
Here's the slide from my presentation that talks about intergalactic travel and why the vast distances are so great that even traveling at 1000 times the speed of light would take 25 years just to reach the nearest neighbor galaxy:
This is why traveling from one galaxy to another in any practical way would require travel speeds of 10,000 or even 100,000 times the speed of light. Projecting such strong gravity distortions would require the energy of entire stars, perhaps requiring one star to be consumed for a single trip to a neighboring galaxy at 100,000 times the speed of light.
This may explain why the stars are vanishing at an alarming rate. In fact, it's the best explanation for why stars are vanishing from the night sky. Alien civilizations are literally consuming them as energy sources, or what I call "cosmic oil wells" in my Oblivion Agenda presentation.
One of the subjects I cover in my lecture is how antimatter fuel is created. This exotic substance has already been created on Earth. Scientific American explains antimatter at this link.
Antimatter is spontaneously generated in storm clouds in the atmosphere, by the way. Positrons (positively-charged electrons, which are one form of antimatter) can also originate with the decay of potassium-40, which is found inside our own bodies. (Yes, your body is generating very small amounts of antimatter, too.)
When synthesizing antimatter -- and this is crucial to understand -- it currently requires 1 billion times more energy to make antimatter than can be released by it, using Earth technology. Imagine charging a battery, but having to expend one billion times more watts of power than the battery can ever release. That's the inefficiency currently found in antimatter generation. If alien civilizations can improve the efficiency of this process by a million times, it would still require one thousand times more energy to make antimatter than is released by it.
In other words, synthesizing antimatter requires enormous amounts of energy -- the scale of energy that must be harvested from stars.
Here's my slide about antimatter, from the OblivionAgenda.com lecture:
Once this antimatter is created, it can be physically stored in "fuel cells" which are transported and distributed to the spacecraft that consume them to project gravity fields that distort spacetime (and thereby achieved FTL travel).
Now, a person who doesn't understand the nature of reality might think that distorting spacetime by a factor of 100 would require only ten times more energy than distorting spacetime by a factor of 10. However, the energy expenditures are not linear.
Although we don't yet know the exact shape of the energy expenditure curve, I'm going to take an educated guess and propose that the amount of energy required to distort spacetime has a squared relationship with the severity of the distortion. In other words, distorting the spacetime field by a factor of 100 would require 100 times the energy as distorting it by a factor of 10. That's because 10 squared is 100.
And if you needed to travel at 1000 times the speed of light, that would require ten thousand times more energy than traveling at 10 times the speed of light.
I explain all this in more detail in my Counterthink lecture shown here:
This energy must be constantly expended for the full duration of the journey in order to maintain the gravity distortion around the ship. The moment the energy expenditure stops, the "shape" of spacetime collapses back to normal space, and your travel speed collapses back to normal velocities.
This same relationship, by the way, is found throughout physics, such as the inverse square rule of radiation exposure vs. distance from the source. Nature loves squared relationships.
This should not be an odd idea, given that even here on Earth, flying airplanes at very fast speeds -- such as supersonic speeds -- requires far more energy than flying at subsonic speeds. In fact, the current speeds achieved by commercial airliners such as Boeing jets is determined entirely by fuel efficiency, not maximum achievable speeds. Yes, engineers at Boeing can build planes that fly at Mach 2, for example, but the fuel expenditures are more than ten times greater than the fuel expended at 450 mph, which is roughly the current commercial air travel speed used across the industry.
If you want to go fast, in other words, it's going to cost you dearly. And the same is true on a cosmic scale, too. Traveling at just the speed of light itself, by the way, is no doubt considered "slow" by cosmic travel standards. Even 100 times the speed of light is painstakingly slow, given the extreme distances between stars even in our own galaxy. Don't forget that Earth is 27,000 light years away from the center of our own galaxy. That's 270 years in a spacecraft if you're traveling at 100 times the speed of light, and you haven't even left your home galaxy yet.
Advanced alien civilizations could travel at perhaps 1000 or 10,000 times the speed of light as long as they could consume stars along the way, transforming entire stars into antimatter energy to power their warp bubble drives (gravity projection systems).
Naturally, this also means destroying the entire local star system in the process, causing orbiting planets to descend into freezing cold lifelessness.
But think about it: If humans had the ability to turn entire stars into energy, do you really think any sense of morality or ethics would stop humanity from destroying anything in its path of conquest and riches? Human greed tells you everything you need to know about this issue. Conquering alien civilizations have zero respect for other life forms, and they will destroy anything required to achieve their goals of territory expansion and resource capture.
What, did you think greed was only limited to humans? Just thank God humanity hasn't yet figured out how to eat stars, or we might just eat our own in order to prop of the stock price of the latest Elon Musk delusion.
Here's Episode 5 of the Oblivion Agenda lecture series. It covers more discussions on FTL travel and why it's commonplace in the cosmos:
The upshot of all this is that we now have physical evidence that aliens are consuming entire stars in our own galaxy. Of course, the establishment astrophysics community is forced to downplay any possibility of little green men. Via CNET:
"But we are clear that none of these events have shown any direct signs of being ETI," says co-author Martin López Corredoira in a statement. "We believe that they are natural, if somewhat extreme, astrophysical sources."
In other words, Corredoira is saying that stars are vanishing for reasons that astrophysicists can't yet explain. Yet we already have an explanation that makes perfect sense: They're being harvested as energy sources by alien civilizations that are using the energy to power FTL travel as part of their conquest, colonization and strategic dominance of the real estate of our galaxy.
Given the average lifetime of a star -- billions of years -- it is statistically impossible for 100 prominent stars to vanish from our night sky in just 50 years. And those are merely the stars they've noticed. At this rate, we're talking about 2 stars per Earth year, and the real number is likely much higher... perhaps 20 stars per year.
Has anybody wondered whether our own sun might be the next start to be harvested by a dominant civilization that sees us as little more than "stupid apes" who inhabit a planet that we've already half destroyed?
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