A photograph of a bigfoot has been released that is claimed to have been taken in Shennongjia, China’s Hubei Province, on Taibai Mountain. Taibai is the highest mountain in Eastern China and part of a surrounding 56,325 hectares Natural Preserve that includes warm temperate, temperate, cool temperate, and alpine climates.
Two different reports, one that several visitors from Xi’an saw a creature while camping, the other that backpackers from Shanghai saw a bigfoot while climbing the mountain in Houzhenzi Village, Zhouzhi County.
Taibai Mountain National Forest Park officials also told reporters that several tourists from Xi’an reported seeing an unidentified creature on Sept. 18th.
Reports are that the Xiaoshan Airport, in Zhejiang’s provincial capital Hangzhou, was forced to close and divert flights because of an unidentified flying object on July 7th, 2010.
An unidentified flying object (UFO) disrupted air traffic over Zhejiang’s provincial capital Hangzhou late on Wednesday, the municipal government said on Thursday.
Xiaoshan Airport was closed after the UFO was detected at around 9 pm, and some flights were rerouted to airports in the cities of Ningbo and Wuxi , said an airport spokesman, who declined to be named.
The airport had resumed operations, and more details will be released after an investigation, he said.
A source with knowledge of the matter, however, told China Daily on Thursday that authorities had learned what the UFO was after an investigation.
But it was not the proper time to publicly disclose the information because there was a military connection, he said, adding that an official explanation is expected to be given on Friday.
Inbound flights were diverted to the nearby airports in Zhejiang province’s Ningbo and Jiangsu province’s Wuxi. Outbound flights were delayed for three to four hours.
A staff member at the airport’s information desk said the airport had “no idea” how many flights were affected by the closure.
ABC’s article blames US bombers, Russian satellites, and good old fashion meteorological activities.
The CNN story title for an article about the mysterious spiral UFO seen in the sky over Norway on Wednesday December 8th, 2009 cast a certain amount of doubt whether they believe the much discussed object was created by a malfunctioning Russian rocket. Did Russian military spark Norway UFO frenzy? states the Russian Defense Ministry has confirmed the Russian Navy launched a Bulava ballistic missile on the same day, but has declined to make any connection with the lights seen over Norway. The Russians confirmed the missile was fired from the “Dmitry Donskoi” nuclear submarine, but would not comment on the submarine’s location at the time of launch.
Also no mention that it was the same day the Large Hadron Collider, earth’s largest and most powerful particle collider, smashed the collision record Wednesday night as humanity’s first 2.36 Tera-electron-volt collisions were recorded. The LHC has already been mentioned in paranormal and sci-fi circles, when it was suggested that earlier issues with the LHC could be caused by time traveling saboteurs or that ‘Something may come through‘ a dimensional doors created by the unnatural forces in work in the LHC.
Could the Norway Spiral UFO have been caused by the LHC?
The LHC’s 2.36 Tera-electron-volt collisions were at 21:40 Swiss, where the mystery spiral UFO was reported at 8 AM local Norway time, but let us note that the LHC has the potential to break the constraints of time and space as we understand them. Several hours shouldn’t be a concern when we are discussing a black hole, white hole or wormhole that could probably travel through space and time in ways our linear model of physics could not describe.
And concerning the missile/rocket cover up story? Interesting that its two countries that are secretive, yet relatively benign towards to the West that are possible sources of the rocket. I am sure it would only take one well placed phone call to get the Russian Defense Ministry to claim it was their rocket that caused the UFO.
The bright object to the side of the sun can be seen in more than 40 minutes of video that the Chinese scientists stated they will be studying for up to the next year.
Ji Haisheng, director of Nanjing-based Purple Mountain Observatory, pronounces each word carefully to clarify that he hasn’t made any claim of seeing a UFO during the July 22 solar eclipse, which could be seen across China.
The Daily Mail, however, reported on Sept 7 that China had “confirmed (that) 40 minutes of footage of the object was captured during this summer’s solar eclipse and that research has already started on a year-long investigation to find out what it is”.
The British newspaper quoted Ji as having said: “During the July 22 total solar eclipse observation, China had discovered near the sun an unidentified object, it’s physical nature remains to be further studied.”
This leads to an interesting point concerning the definition of the term ‘UFO’. The Chinese scientists obviously do not want to associate the connotations that comes with the term ‘UFO’, but are comfortable calling it an an unidentified object.
Chinese scientists at the Purple Mountain Observatory in Nanjing have confirmed that they filmed a UFO during the July 22nd 2009 eclipse for 40 minutes. They plan to study the video for the next 12 months.
The Purple Mountain Observatory (Chinese: 紫金山天文台; pinyin: Zĭjīnshān Tiānwéntái), also known as Zijinshan Astronomical Observatory, is an astronomical observatory located on the Purple Mountain in Nanjing, China. It is known for its discoveries of the periodic comets 60P/Tsuchinshan and 62P/Tsuchinshan, and also the non-periodic C/1977 V1 (Tsuchinshan), also known as Comet 1977 X and the Trojan asteroids 2223 Sarpedon, 2260 Neoptolemus, 2363 Cebriones, 2456 Palamedes, as well as the eponymous 3494 Purple Mountain.