A UFO video which latest world's first UFO observation system automatic observation and video robot SID-1Ⓒ caught in Tokyo Japan
This "Space Phenomena Observatory Center(SPOC)Ⓒ" is under the intended variety of mysterious phenomena and objects have occurred in space and the air in the Earth's atmosphere, that continue to record actively such UFO and unusual things founded June 2014. This is a unique first attempt in the world.
"Space Phenomena Observatory Center(SPOC)Ⓒ" founded and designed by Mr.Hiroshi Kitajima.
From July 2014, activated the "automatic observation and video robot SID-1" (SID1 = Space Intrusion Detection systems-1 Ⓒ) by its own development, and start the observation. this SID-1, is has succeeded in capturing some of the things that could be determined that is UFO.
SID-1, consists of "sensitive high-resolution japanese color camera" "sensitive automatic motion detection system" and "automatic recording system" . This is the UFO observation system which doesn't available in the world and I`ve never seen before, and it enables an observation for 365 days x 24 hours.
See bottom left of this page and click "SID-1 xxxx" then you can take a look of some of video and image which so far SID-1 caught. Updating at any time.
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Shocking Claim: Scientists Think Octopuses Might Be Aliens After Studying Their DNA August 21, 2015
According to a group of scientists, the lovable octopus, nature’s aquatic contortionists, might actually be aliens not of this world. Researchers who mapped out the genetic code of the octopus found it to be so strange that it could actually be an extraterrestrial.
It’s the first genome sequencing ever conducted on a cephalopod and it showed remarkable complexity with some 33,000 protein-coding genes identified – more than is found in a human.
Researchers also found that octopus DNA is highly rearranged, like a shuffled deck of cards. Their genetic code contains a number of “jumping genes” that leap around the genome.
“The octopus appears to be utterly different from all other animals, even other molluscs, with its eight prehensile arms, its large brain and its clever problem-solving abilities,” said Dr Clifton Ragsdale, a researcher from the University of Chicago.