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The James Webb Space Telescope Launching Was Timed Suspiciously

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"James Webb Space Telescope" is the author of this photograph.

"James Webb Space Telescope" is the author of this photograph.

Some of you reading this article here of mine may be old enough to remember the launching of the Apollo 11 back in July of 1969. Even if you were a little kid back then, you probably at least remember how this event appeared on every television channel as it was happening. It was an exciting time in American history. In fact, the whole world was watching this event on television as it unfolded.

After the astronauts successfully landed on the Moon, scientists, geologists, and astronomers learned more about this natural satellite than they had ever done so from studying it through telescopic observation. This was the first time that any human being had ever set foot on any substantially large object in our solar system other than the Earth.

Many of us may not feel as excited about the launching of a large telescope into outer space as we would have done so if it had been a crewed space capsule. However, the James Webb Space Telescope is going to give us access to photography, video footage, and scientific data that even the Hubble Space Telescope could never produce. Chris Mills provides us with the background of the James Webb Space Telescope in his article titled "The James Webb Space Telescope With Launch and Post Launch Videos."

Now, in view of all the economic chaos that has been unleashing throughout the world as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic over the past year, we all have to ask ourselves why NASA would spend ten billion dollars of taxpayers' money to make the James Webb Space Telescope a reality and then send it into space to piggyback on the Earth's orbit around the Sun, unless, of course, there is an underlying reason for doing so that nobody involved in this event is willing to disclose to the public at large. Stephen Tomkinson describes the impact that this expensive mission has on the worldwide economy in his article titled "James Webb Telescope - Triumph of Science or Waste of Money?"

What comes to mind is this one talk show that Geraldo Rivera hosted so many years ago in which he had invited a panel of individuals who had expended over a million dollars to build an airstrip in Elmwood, Wisconsin for alien spaceships to land on once they had arrived here from other planets. As a strong skeptic myself of intelligent extraterrestrial life, I could not have been more appalled than ever from learning that an exorbitant amount of money had been wasted on something that would never produce any intended results.

One of the purposes of the James Webb Space Telescope is to detect artificial light on Proxima Centauri B that would alert us of intelligent life on that same planet. I don't believe that any such discovery is going to be accomplished. However, at the same time, I also acknowledge that the ten billion dollars spent on this same space telescope was not done so in vein insofar as there is likely a compelling reason that this same telescope was finally launched into outer space as soon as it was done so in spite of the number of postponements and delays that stood in its way.

"The James Webb Space Telescope" is the author of this photograph.

"The James Webb Space Telescope" is the author of this photograph.

1. Unidentified Flying Objects Would Appear To Cause The Launching Of James Webb Space Telescope To Be Expedited

The James Webb Space Telescope has been in the making for over two decades. However, there has been a number of setbacks in the launching of it. Now all of a sudden there were to be no more delays for it to be launched on December 25, 2021. It was sent into outer space as scheduled. The pattern of NASA procrastinating its launching would appear to indicate that it probably would have been postponed again and again for the next so many years. However, like magic, it took off from its launching site at the spaceport in Kourou, French Guiana on Christmas Day of 2021.

Once you read my article titled "Even Skeptics Like Me Find Recent UFO Sightings Baffling," you will realize that there has been a number of sightings of unidentified flying objects ("UFOs) throughout the United States of America and over the Pacific Ocean recently. As I indicated therein, I do not believe that these UFOs are alien spaceships but rather atmospheric disturbances and prospective portals to a parallel dimension or the likes in that circumstantial evidence appears to point in that direction.

Nevertheless, my point herein is that the James Webb Space Telescope was finally launched on December 25, 2021 for a conspicuously compelling reason rather than merely for scientists and astronomers to gaze at the stars. The scientific community is looking for something substantial in outer space with this telescope; and if it is not alien spaceships, which I seriously doubt it would be, they are trying to search for other portals out there in the cosmos that may serve as doorways for us into parallel dimensions and the likes. NASA would not be spending $10 billion and expediting the launching of a major telescope into outer space during times of economic uncertainty, unless they could justify their actions for doing so.

I'm not trying to alarm anyone, but I do not believe that we should deny the probability that we all may be in for some very scary times in relation to the above-described UFO sightings. Even the Pentagon has been investigating these sightings. The United States Air Force has been collecting data on UFO sightings for years.

Now, as far as the Federal Bureau of Investigation ("FBI") is concerned, any of you fans of The X-Files need not get excited. The FBI has too many stupid idiots on their payroll to investigate such phenomena. The initials of their agency name, FBI, really should stand for Flaky Bunch of Imbeciles. Their director, Christopher Wray, is a regular clown act from a circus sideshow. If a UFO were hovering over him in the sky, he'd probably think that it was his aunt from Cincinnati, Ohio coming to visit him. Of course, that is another article for another time.

The scientists and other experts who are involved with the James Webb Space Telescope do not deny that they will be searching for Earth-like planets throughout the universe that may offer all of us a back-up plan for survival in case our own planet someday becomes uninhabitable. Below is an interview that Dr. Neil deGrasse Tyson held with Natalie Batalha and other guests on his YouTube channel regarding the James Webb Scape Telescope.

Dr. Neil DeGrasse Tyson Discusses The James Webb Space Telescope With Natalie Batalha And Guests In Relation To Exoplanets

In the video above, Ms. Batalha stressed that the James Webb Space Telescope was not designed to be a life-finder. However, she did not deny that this telescope could detect artificial light on planets in other solar systems, which was an ability that this telescope was previously reported to have and would be a sufficient indicator of intelligent extraterrestrial life if such results came back positive. In the past, Dr. deGrasse Tyson has voiced his pessimism about establishing contact with aliens and what could ensue from it.

I seriously doubt that NASA will ever find any intelligent life out there in the universe even if the James Webb Space Telescope is someday equipped to become a life-finder. Moreover, if this space telescope were someday to detect extraterrestrial civilizations of intelligent life on planets in other solar systems by some means or another, it is my humble opinion that it would not be in our best interest to make contact with them as I explained in my article titled "Our Discovery Of Intelligent Extraterrestrial Life Could Become Troubling." On the other hand, this space telescope may be taking us a thousand steps closer to discovering conclusive evidence that parallel dimensions and the likes really do exist.

If the James Webb Space Telescope does discover proof that parallel dimensions, parallel universes, parallel time bands, and the likes really do exist, my best guess of what NASA would do with such information is as good as yours. Simply because they do find such proof does not mean that they will not treat it as classified information.

If the space telescope finds intelligent extraterrestrial life on planets outside our solar system, the only people that NASA may be informing about it are the Pentagon and the United States Air Force. We will not be hearing about it on the national news or anywhere in the mainstream media. Such findings will be classified as top secret until it gets to the point when NASA has no other choice but to inform the public about them.

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It's all kind of lousy when you think about it, because conventional ethics would hold that if $10 billion of taxpayers' money has been dumped into the building and the launching of the James Webb Space Telescope, each and every American should have the right to know what that telescope is picking up on its telescope sensors. Then again, our tax dollars go into paying for Central Intelligence Agency ("CIA") operations, and the public never gets notified about what the CIA is doing. Furthermore, we cannot rely on Joe Biden to tell us anything whenever he gives one of his famous speeches to the nation. Also, Kamala Harris probably couldn't care less about it.

Nevertheless, whatever NASA may learn from the findings of the James Webb Space Telescope, I would only hope that they would handle the information responsibly regardless of whether they decide to release it to the public at large. The late Stephen Hawking has warned our world again and again that establishing contact with any intelligent extraterrestrial civilization would be opening the doorway to possibly dangerous consequences for all of us.

Intelligent beings may have already visited us from parallel dimensions, parallel universes, parallel time bands, parallel Earths, and the likes, but it would not be wise for us to send any kind of interstellar communications to exoplanets if the James Webb Space Telescope should detect artificial light on those same planets. We could be inviting an entire legion of deadly creatures to travel to our planet on spaceships and overpower all of us.

Now, I know what some of you are probably thinking. The closest planet to ours in a different solar system, which is Proxima Centauri B, is 4.2 light years away from us. Therefore, would we have at least 4.2 years to prepare for an alien invasion? Not necessarily. Radiation from explosions in outer space that are many lights years away from us has reached the Earth within a matter of minutes.

If any extraterrestrial civilization had the ability to break the light barrier in sending a fleet of spaceships our way and those spaceships were able to reach our planet within a matter of 2 or 3 weeks, we definitely would have to confront the brutally honest fact that these extraterrestrials had military technology that was far more advanced than ours. That would not be a pleasant scenario for any of us.

By his own admission, Dr. deGrasse Tyson is an atheist who cannot be talked into agreeing with anyone that the Garden of Eden ever existed. Christian fundamentalists who mostly object to the teaching of the Big Bang theory in American schools are likely going to give NASA all sorts of flack for using the James Webb Space Telescope to gather evidence and data to support such a theory. I'm sure that Reverend Pat Robertson and other televangelists are going to have a mouthful to say about this space telescope and its objectives, and none of it will likely be positive.

I remember watching a YouTube video of Reverend Al Sharpton participating in a debate with the late Christopher Hitchens over whether or not God really existed. I thought that Reverend Sharpton did make a very clever and interesting point that there had to be some higher force in control of everything in our universe, because something could not have come from nothing when our universe was born. His contention did strike me as a plausible one, although it did not convince the late Mr. Hitchens to convert from atheism to Christianity. In any event, the James Webb Space Telescope is going to give us the answers to many mysteries behind the birth of our universe, and we should accept them as legitimate scientific facts regardless of what our belief system or religious denomination may be.

"The James Webb Space Telescope" is the author of this photograph.

"The James Webb Space Telescope" is the author of this photograph.

2. The James Webb Space Telescope Was Not A Fly-By-Night Idea

The James Webb Space Telescope was not a project that someone one day simply woke up and said, "Let's build a telescope for the heck of it." It may have been a major gamble for NASA, but the amount of work and time that was invested into its construction and its eventual launch into operation was astronomical and more likely worthwhile than not so. Below is a video that explains the engineering that went into putting together this telescope.

The Engineering That Went Into The James Webb Space Telescope Is Noteworthy

After watching the video above, what comes to mind is this one episode of The Twilight Zone that aired in 1989. The name of the episode was "The Cold Equations." It was about a teenage girl who stows away on a spaceship; and once the pilot of the spaceship discovers her presence aboard, the one major point he stresses to her is that there is no margin for error in outer space. Then the pilot and the teenage girl have to figure out a way to keep the spaceship from crashing because of the extra weight aboard it from the teenage girl's presence. The situation with the James Webb Space Telescope is similar.

Fortunately, there will be no lives in danger on the space telescope, but any mistake could compromise its entire mission. In other words, everything on it has to work perfectly, and any damage to it from its movement from the Earth to Lagrange Point 2 in outer space has to be minimized as much as possible. NASA will not have any way of servicing it in the near future.

Now, NASA is currently working on designing robots that could be flown to Lagrange Point 2 to refuel the James Webb Space Telescope before its fuel supply runs out. Some of you may have seen the science-fiction movie titled Silent Running in which these three small robots were able to walk around outside the structure of a spaceship to perform maintenance on it with ease inasmuch as they didn't need spacesuits to do so. Well, it would be a similar scenario for the space telescope once NASA has constructed such robots.

In view of the recent above-aforementioned UFO sightings, let's all pray that nothing or nobody will disturb the James Webb Space Telescope while it is in outer space. One thing is for certain. The year 2022 is likely going to be a whole new experience for all of us. Science, technology, and especially astronomy will never be the same after the James Webb Space Telescope begins performing its functions.

"The James Webb Space Telescope" is the author of this photograph.

"The James Webb Space Telescope" is the author of this photograph.

3. Final Thoughts

The world that we lived in as children is much different from the world that we live in now. Different forms of technology are evolving more quickly now than they did years ago. The James Webb Space Telescope started out as a big leap of faith in astronomy 25 years ago when it was first conceived. Now it is finally going to give us answers to questions that the Hubble Space Telescope was unable to do.

The James Webb Space Telescope confronted too many delays and postponements to justify not having been launched into outer space when it was initially scheduled to do so. Now that UFO sightings have occurred in numerous places, all of a sudden it gets launched into outer space expeditiously on December 25, 2021. Could NASA be looking for something more in outer space than we know about?

It would not seem logical that NASA would expend one-fourth of its entire budget every year for a quarter of a century to build the James Webb Space Telescope and then launch it into outer space, unless they had very compelling reasons to do so that go way beyond the mere curiosity of a group of ambitious scientists and astronomers. There is likely something substantially important out there in outer space that NASA wants to find, and they were simply not going to wait another minute to send that space telescope to Lagrange Point 2 so that they could begin searching for whatever it is.

I'm one of the toughest skeptics that you could ever meet regarding the existence of intelligent extraterrestrial life. Don't try to sell me on the concept of Martians and little green men, because none of it is real to me. However, even I acknowledge that NASA is not casual about the decisions it makes regarding its budget and how quickly it gets space projects underway.

A humongous Boeing airplane disappeared in the South China Sea back in 2014. Floating cities were spotted over different areas of the People's Republic of China a year later. For the details of these same incidents, you can read my article titled "The Existence of Parallel Dimensions and Universes Is Highly Probable." A multitude of UFO sightings have invaded our skies here in the United States of America and over the Pacific Ocean very recently. Now, the Pentagon is involved in investigating these sightings. Brown Mountain in North Carolina has developed a reputation of being a gathering place for strange lights that may explain the disappearance of people who have visited and have even camped there. The Bermuda Triangle has a history of this same kind of scientific phenomena.

NASA knows something about these above-described bizarre events, and they're not sharing any of it with us. Our Federal government denied the existence of Area 51 for years until the evidence of its presence in Nevada kept piling up insofar as it could no longer be hidden from the public. Now the James Webb Space Telescope has been launched into outer space, and its timing has been done in a suspicious manner. This time it is not business as usual for NASA, and this space telescope is going to serve a much greater purpose than staring into our universe's distant past. What is NASA not telling us about it? Only time will tell us.

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