Linda Moulton-Howe - Military Whistleblower Revelations About UFOs and An Alien Presence

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2018 IUFOC Lecture: Military Whistleblower Revelations About UFOs and An Alien Presence

From the Vietnam jungles to Area 51 and S4 at Nellis AFB in Nevada, to Wright-Patterson AFB and military bases beyond — whistleblowers have revealed to me firsthand encounters with various kinds of entities and technologies in an alien presence that has allegedly interacted with Earth for thousands of years. My 75-minute computer Keynote presentation will have audio, video and many images and documents.

Bio: Linda Moulton Howe is a graduate of Stanford University with a Masters Degree in communication. She has devoted her documentary film, television, radio and internet writing and reporting career to productions concerning science, medicine, the environment and Real X-Files. Ms. Howe has received local, national and international awards, including three regional Emmys, a national Emmy nomination and was an honored producer for medical and science programming in a WCVB Boston Station Peabody award. One of her TV documentaries, the Emmy Award-winning A Strange Harvest, investigated the worldwide animal mutilation mystery linked to UFOs that has haunted North America and other countries since the 1960s and continues to date.

On February 20, 2016, Linda was honored with a Lifetime Achievement Award by The History Channel’s popular Ancient Aliens TV production unit for which Linda has reported in all ten seasons and by the Conscious Life Expo. Linda is author of four books, producer of several documentaries and reports and edits the award-winning news website

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    Military Whistleblower Revelations about UFOs

    Posted by Karl Weaver on Mar 21st 2018

    Actually it seemed the majority of her talk was not about military whistleblower revelations, it was about news she picked up from various other sources. She sounded alarmist, and was making a sort of connection between the fears of some very bright people about potential threats from artificial intelligence of our own creation, and what alien species might be doing with mankind. I doubt that we as a species have much to offer to any alien presence that has the ability to get here from "elsewhere", in the same way that computers and the beginning of machine learning have assisted human tasks. To me the scariest part of her talk was the image of South Korean "autonomous perimeter sentries" reportedly made by Samsung. The pictures looked believable and it also sounds like something South Korea would feel in its own interest to implement. How many military agencies around the world are rushing to create a real-world "Skynet"?

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