UFO spotted in the skies of Prescott Valley researcher suspects alien existence

first_imgUFO Sightings Daily/MUFONAn unidentified flying object (UFO) that appeared in the skies of Prescott Valley, Arizona is now the hottest debating point among conspiracy theorists and extraterrestrial enthusiasts. The strange clip that was submitted to MUFON (Mutual UFO Network) recently shows a dark object hovering in the skies in broad daylight.The eyewitness who saw this sighting described the UFO as a dark ghost-like object. However, popular extraterrestrial researcher Scott C Waring who analyzed the clip revealed that this dark object could be actually an alien spaceship. Waring also added that this UFO is partly cloaked, and suggested that aliens might be living in a base that would be about 4-5 miles below the ground.”Look closely at this UFO and you will see its partly cloaked. What looks like smoke, is actually the hidden parts of the ship becoming visible. This UFO either just came out or was about to enter an alien base that would be about 4-5 miles below the ground. That is the only possibility for an alien craft to be hovering in a desolate location for so long. There are a lot of aliens that prefer the dryer hotter climate like the tall greys, the short greys, and the tall whites,” wrote Scott C Waring on his website UFO Sightings Daily.The website post made by Scott C Waring soon became the debating point among conspiracy theorists, and many people outlandishly confirmed that this incident is authentic proof of alien existence. Some of these people argued that aliens used to visit the earth for hundreds of thousands of years to monitor human activities.A section of conspiracy theorists alleged a foul play by NASA, and they claimed that the United States space agency is intentionally covering up realities of alien life fearing public panic.The news of this UFO sighting comes just a few days after another square-shaped black flying object was spotted in California. In the footage uploaded to YouTube by a user named Daniel Zermeno, a square object was seen moving slowly across the skies. Interestingly, the UFO in the video can be seen spinning in the air at regular intervals.last_img read more

Madhyamik results to be out today

first_imgKolkata: The West Bengal Board of Secondary Education (WBBSE) will announce the results of Madhyamik examination 2018 on Wednesday. The results will be declared in a Press conference at the Board office in Salt Lake at 9 am. A senior official of WBBSE informed that the results can be accessed from as many as eleven websites, including www.webresults.in/wbbse.org, examresults.net/wb, westbengal.indiaresults and exametc.com, from 10 am onwards. Apart from this, candidates can also type WB 10, followed by their roll number and send it to 54242 or 5888 to receive their marks.It may be mentioned that a total of 11,21,921 candidates had appeared for Madhyamik examination this year, which is 31,075 higher than 2017. Among the examinees, 6,21,366 were girls, while 4,81,555 were boys. There were 2,811 centres in which the examination was held from 12 to 21 March.The results are being declared within 77 days of the completion of the examination.last_img read more

Ocean cruising surpassed projections in 2017 says CLIA

first_imgTags: CLIA Posted by Share Travelweek Group WASHINGTON, D.C. – It was another positive year for the cruise industry, one that surpassed passenger projections with increased numbers across the board, says CLIA.According to updated global cruise industry numbers, 2017 saw significant ocean cruise passenger growth, reaching 26.7 million cruise passengers globally, up from a projection of 25.8 million. For 2018, based on the new vessel launch schedule and expected regional deployment, CLIA is projecting another positive year-over-year growth for the industry with a passenger forecast of 28 million.“Once again, the cruise industry has raised the bar and exceeded projections and expectations,” said Cindy D’Aoust, president and CEO, CLIA. “I am proud to be a part of this dynamic industry that continues to grow and evolve bringing the cruise vacation experience to millions each year.”Domestically, the U.S. and Canada saw an impressive ocean passenger growth last year, with a 5% increase over the prior year. North America also represented the largest ocean passenger volume in 2017 (49%) with more than 13 million ocean cruise passengers, followed by Europe (26%) with nearly seven million ocean cruise passengers.More news:  Carnival Cruise Line enhances HUB app for families and youthNew analytics also reveal the average age of global ocean passengers last year was 47 years old. These passengers also preferred cruising for an average of 7.2 days, 2% lower than the average cruise length in 2016.center_img Ocean cruising surpassed projections in 2017, says CLIA << Previous PostNext Post >> Thursday, May 24, 2018 last_img read more