Aliens in the lineup.
As if Australian lineups, and especially on the fatal east coast, were not dangerous enough. Slippery rocks lead to many waves which are crowded with sneering surfers, angry and snakey. Sharks swirl underneath waiting to grab feet already bleeding from slippery rocks and Dean Morrison.
Well, a very smart Ivy League scientist from the United States is suggesting something more ominous, more alien, may be lurking as well.
Harvard professor Avi Loeb is convinced that a meteorite crashing off Snapper Rocks eight, or such, years ago was actually a UFO and has secured $2.2 million dollars to go prove the theory.
The meteorite crashed into the Pacific Ocean in 2014, about 160km off the coast of Australia’s near neighbour Papua New Guinea (but also Snapper Rocks etc.).
Loeb told Sunrise he believes the expedition may help answer questions about whether we are alone in the universe.
“The material of it is tougher than iron, based on the data, so the question is whether it’s just an unusual rock or perhaps a spacecraft from another civilisation,” he said.
According to the Science Times, the space rock is only the third known object of its kind to land on Earth.
But let’s discuss UFO’s for one moment. Has recent footage of fighter pilots spotting unexplainable phenomena changed your opinion? Have you always believed? Are you UFO curious?
Also, does a UFO crashing off Australia’s coast explain the end of the Association of Surfing Professionals and (1976 – 2014) and the birth of the World Surf League (2015 – present)?
Really ponder CEO Erik Logan for a moment.
Something to think about.