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Joe Rogan interviews the pilot involved in the Nimitz/Tic Tac incident


https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Eco2s3-0zsQ

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Joe Rogan Experience #1361 - Cmdr. David Fravor & Jermey Corbell

24,703 views 3.4K 106 Share Save Report PowerfulJRE 6.44M subscribers SUBSCRIBE Published on Oct 5, 2019

Commander David Fravor is a retired US Navy pilot, who has a close encounter in 2004 with the so-called Tic Tac UFO, and Jeremy Corbell is a contemporary artist and documentary filmmaker




News write up about the podcast
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https://www.news.com.au/technology/science/space/what-the-hell-is-that-navy-pilot-reveals-creepy-incident-of-dark-mass-coming-up-from-the-depths/news-story/6a96202a189a58300b4c717e14b15422

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What the hell is that?’: Navy pilot reveals creepy incident of ‘dark mass’ coming up from the depths
OCTOBER 7, 20195:58pm


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Retired US Navy pilot commander David Fravor first came forward in a bombshell New York Times article in December 2017, describing how his squadron witnessed a 737-sized object just under the surface of the water during training exercises in the Pacific Ocean, 160km off the coast of San Diego. Hovering just over the surface of the water above the submerged object was a 12-metre-long “Tic Tac-looking object” moving erratically “forward, back, left, right”. Cdr Fravor attempted to intercept the object, but it shot away at incredible speed.

On a subsequent flight, another member of his squadron managed to film one of the objects using the plane’s infra-red targeting camera after its radar systems were jammed — which Cdr Fravor noted was “technically an act of war”.


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Appearing on the popular Joe Rogan Experience podcast on Saturday in his first major interview since the Navy’s official acknowledgment of the videos, Cdr Fravor discussed his sighting and also revealed how other pilots had “come out of the woodwork” to tell him their own encounters.

“They don’t feel alone,” he said. “One of the guys was a Navy helicopter pilot. He was flying a CH-53, a big heavy-lifter the Marine Corps uses for certain things. Off the East Coast they do a lot of shooting, at the time it was off Puerto Rico.” Cdr Fravor said the helicopter pilot’s job at the time of the incident in the “mid to late ‘90s” included retrieving BQM aerial target drones, which deploy a parachute and fall into the ocean, as well as submarine telemetry torpedoes that collect data before blowing ballast and floating to the surface.

The helo drops a swimmer in the water, he hooks the whole thing up and they fly back. The first time they were out and they were going to pick up a BQM, he’s sitting in the front — in the CH-53 you can see down by your feet — and as he’s looking down, they’re 50 feet (15 metres) above the water, he sees this kind of dark mass coming up from the depths,” he said.

“As they hoist the BQM up, he’s looking at this thing going, ‘What the hell is that?’ And then it just goes back down underwater. Once they pull the kid and the BQM out of the water, this object descends back into the depths.”

The pilot thought the incident was “pretty weird”, according to Cdr Fravor. Then a few months later, it happened again. “He’s out picking up a torpedo, they hook the diver up on the winch, and as they’re lowering him down, he sees this big mass,” he said.

“He goes, ‘It’s not a submarine’. He’s seen submarines before. Once you’ve seen a submarine you can’t confuse it with something else. This big object, kind of circular, is coming up from the depths and he starts screaming through the intercom system to tell them to pull the diver up, and the diver’s only a few feet from the water.”

He continued, “They reverse the winch and the diver’s thinking, ‘What the hell is going on?’ And all of a sudden he said the torpedo just got sucked down underwater, and the object just descended back down into the depths. They never recovered it.”

Cdr Fravor said the helicopter pilot was adamant the torpedo “didn’t sink” but “literally looked like it got sucked down”. He said the pilot spoke to The New York Times about the incident ahead of the 2017 story but “they wanted something newer”.



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They would come down from above 80,000 feet (24,380 metres), drop down to about 20,000 feet (6100 metres). They’d hang out then go straight back up after about three or four hours,” he said. “Just think of the physics — 80,000 feet is where you can start to see the curvature of the Earth. It’s considered space, they’re coming from above that. (Elon Musk’s) SpaceX is really excited because they can launch a rocket, have a booster come back to Earth and actually land on a pad. It’s a very impressive engineering feat. Next to this technology, that’s like a Model T next to a Porsche.” A number of UFOs have been spotted underwater. Picture: iStock A number of UFOs have been spotted underwater.

Cdr Fravor said he was speculating but suspected the objects were somehow “manipulating the gravity field and just moving through a void”. “You could in theory fly, go into the ocean, cruise around, pop back up, fly around, go to space. You remove the barriers of the normal propulsion we have today,” he said.
This post was edited on 10/7 at 3:30 pm


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Navy/military grade...


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It’s pretty damn arrogant to believe we are the only life in the universe. But are they here buzzing around in weird space ships? No.


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They're not alien space travelers. They're interdimensional beings, or perhaps artifacts of our own collective unconscious.


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It’s pretty damn arrogant to believe we are the only life in the universe. But are they here buzzing around in weird space ships? No.
What's your theory on the Tic Tac video? Not arguing with you but I'm curious to hear explanations.


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It’s pretty damn arrogant to believe we are the only life in the universe. But are they here buzzing around in weird space ships? No.



We speculate on this elsewhere...

Not buzzing, but warping space/ time (per former DoD official...)


https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=3vVcH6tWxo8

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UFOs - Ex-Pentagon-Mitarbeiter Luis Elizondo von AATIP packt aus (ganzer Vortrag) 37,693 views 1.1K 105 Share Save Report
Exopolitik 76.9K subscribers SUBSCRIBE
Published on Sep 27, 2019


Advance to roughly 1:00:00 mark (sorry for the German translation). He straight up states that the objects are warping the space/time metric. He also references the work at CERN...
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ThinePreparedAni
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They're interdimensional beings, or perhaps artifacts of our own collective unconscious.


We speculate on that also...


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We miss you, Art Bell!


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Break me off a piece of that Fancy Feast!


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Go to sleep dumb arse


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Go to sleep dumb ass


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Fermi paradox


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What the heck is the tic tac ufo? I must have missed this story


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What the heck is the tic tac ufo? I must have missed this story

Aliens landed off the Pacific coast near Mexico. They came offering peace, friendship and minty cool fresh breath


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Thanks for the link.



I got to see Ralph Abraham's $500K plane again!


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re: Joe Rogan interviews the pilot involved in the Nimitz/Tic Tac incident
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It’s pretty damn arrogant to believe we are the only life in the universe. But are they here buzzing around in weird space ships? No.


This. Our mind can't even comprehend how big the universe is. We are a grain of sand. To think that we live on the only place where there is life is pretty arrogant. What makes us so special?

As for as Joe Rogan, I just started to listen to him. He has some good stuff, but I don't know how to take some of his beliefs. Sometimes I think his interest in certain things have more to do with content for the show than his actual interest in that topic.


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re: Joe Rogan interviews the pilot involved in the Nimitz/Tic Tac incident
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It’s pretty damn arrogant to believe we are the only life in the universe.
It's also pretty damn arrogant to think they give a shite about us enough to travel lightyears with super advanced technology to observe us. And, it's stupid to think that they could accomplish that travel, attempt to clandestinely observe us, but show up on our primitive radar, infrared cameras and be visible to the naked eye.

If they ever come here, we'll NEVER notice them.


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We miss you, Art Bell!
I loved listening to Art during the mid to late 90s. Stayed up all night listening to what would be known as the alien in the freezer story. It was creepy and fun, but apparently when Art found out it was a lie(no shit?) he banned the guy from his show.
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