Episode 3 of the NFN podcasts is out: In this episode, the New Frontier Network panel speaks with Richard M. Dolan - one of the world's leading researchers, historians and authors on the matter of UFOs. Among his many other books - Richard's two volumes - UFOs and the National Security State (Vol. l and Vol. ll ) - are considered unrivalled classics on the historical development of UFOs. He has appeared on countless episodes of the popular series ANCIENT ALIENS and was a star witness at the 2013 Citizen Hearing on Disclosure in Washington DC. Richard's gifted perspectives reveal the depth of his vast knowledge and insights into one of the planet's most perplexing phenomenon.
The New Frontier Network and its global correspondents premiere an exclusive hour-long interview with Mr. Luis Elizondo. Mr. Elizondo headed AATIP - the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program at the Pentagon. This was an initiative secured and promoted by US Senator Harry Reid of Nevada. It studied anomalous craft of unknown origin. This interview highlights personal and factual insights that will both inform and enlighten. Yours to discover - here, on the New Frontier Network.
Join us for the debut episode of the New Frontier Network (NFN) as we interview Steve Bassett, the Executive Director of the Paradigm Research Group (PRG).
Join the discussion at: http://www.theoutpostforum.com/tof/showthread.php?2834-NFN-Episode-1-Steve-Bassett
Group of international researchers and activists launch video podcast called The New Frontier Network (NFN)
Guests range from former Intelligence Officer of the US Pentagon AATIP Investigation Program – Luis Elizondo, Historian – Richard M. Dolan, Researcher – Kathleen Marden and many more.
Click here to watch the new NFN teaser. New episodes released monthly
Toronto, Ont. (December. 16, 2020) – Correspondents from five countries (Canada, Peru, Portugal, South Africa and USA) have joined forces to present a new and innovative monthly video podcast called The New Frontier Network. This podcast is a project from the Global Exopolitics Organization (glexo.org) devoted to exploring the new frontiers of Phenomenology, Ufology and Exopolitics.
On 11 January 2021, the next semester of courses starts at the Exopolitics Institute.
No less than five courses are on offer.
Watch the video below for a short introduction:
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As of January 2021, a new course is available: Introduction to Xenology.
An introductory video is available below:
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Please note that this is an advanced course that is only open to students who have successfully comleted Exo101.
If you are interested in courses on Exopolitics, we have combined all the information in one new website that will answer most - if not all - of your questions.
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SETI astronomer Seth Shostak is betting a cup of coffee that aliens will be found by 2036. By 2036 Shostak hopes that computers would have increased in speed and efficiency enough to have looked at about a million star systems. It’s his gut that says “a million is the right number to find something”.
Seth Shostak should not forget the role of The Square Kilometre Array (SKA) with its Cradle of Life project which will be “greatly expanding on the capabilities of projects like SETI” in all of this.
Scientists announced today that they have detected traces of a biosignature gas, phosphine, in the atmosphere of Venus. It is not clear yet whether the phosphine is created by some form of life (present on Venus right now) or whether some chemical process is responsible for the gas.
UFOs are on the agenda in the United States in a bid for greater public transparency.
To achieve this, members of the US Senate “are looking to order the Director of National Intelligence to work with other relevant agencies to produce a report detailing just what information they have on UAPs already, how that data is collected and processed, how it is getting shared and just what kind of threats or other risks these objects might pose.”
Lester Kiewit from CapeTalk Tonight interviews Evan Robinson and John Kosmetos (Founders of Cape Town UFO Meetup)
UFO disclosure, all too often ridiculed in the past, is rapidly becoming a mainstream topic as it begins to gain official recognition.
Listen to Evan Robinson and John Kosmetos discuss the Pentagon’s official release of “declassified” UFO videos.
Will the US Government be able to effectively keep their finger in the dyke of “Disclosure” of an Extraterrestrial presence engaging humanity for much longer?
In this article by Tim McMillan, the US Government’s secret involvement in UFO research is revealed in a timeline of events from UFO research cover-ups, to 2017’s partial Disclosure (the start of a “ufological renaissance” of sorts) to the backtracking and contradictory statements by Pentagon spokespeople and the eventual closed-door senate meetings on UFOs:
A bit of history of NASA’s Deep Space Network 51 (a Space Tracking and Data Acquisition Network) at Hartebeesthoek, South Africa 1961
The Hartebeesthoek Radio Astronomy Observatory (HartRAO), located near Johannesburg, was originally a tracking station for NASA’s interplanetary probes. Its main involvement was tracking and imaging in support of lunar missions.
The very first image of a planet other than Earth (taken of Mars by Mariner 4 in 1965) was received in South Africa at Hartebeesthoek.
NASA Scientists have joined forces with the Breakthrough Listen project in the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence.
NASA brings to the table their newest planet hunting probe TESS (Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite) as well as the powerful James Webb Space Telescope scheduled to launch in 2021, which should be able to probe the atmospheres of multiple TESS-discovered planets for biosignature gases.
Breakthrough Listen will be looking for "technosignatures" (indicators of advanced alien civilizations) scanning promising worlds with a range of instruments, including South Africa’s very own MeerKat radio array.
4,000 Exoplanets…and counting.
With the first exoplanet only recorded in 1992, the last decade has seen an exponential increase in the discovery of exoplanets. With, amongst other things, dedicated space missions and specially designed telescopes, the possibility of finding a planet that harbours life is increasing rapidly.
NASA has now shared an incredible video showing when and where in the night sky all the known exoplanets have been discovered:
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