Bruce Feldman, Twitter, Africa discussed on Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

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You can follow me on Twitter at J church radio. You could follow Bruce at hybrid humans trite there on Twitter. I believe I got that. Right. Bruce, Fenton is an author of the revolutionary human origins e book series, the forgotten exodus who was born in Cheltenham England and graduated from Anglia Ruskin university in two thousand two BRUCE'S world traveler and public speaker, and is a current member of both paleo throw, the Paleoanthropology society and the scientific and medical network tonight. We're going to discuss our human origins and his book, the forgotten exited into Africa, the theory of human evolution and human hybrid humans scientific evidence of our eight hundred thousand year-old alien legacy written by his wife, Dan, yellow Fenton, and I would like to welcome back to coast to coast. Bruce Feldman, Bruce, it's been awhile since you've been on coast. What have you been up to? He has been. Yeah, I've been carrying on with deep diving into the human origin subject reading, the cutback pave is most people would probably five boring to get more data. Yeah. And of course, always trying to moment the truth. Well, you cover my favorite subjects. Right. And that is for me when I have a conversation with a guest, and we call it an interview, I call it a conversation, but you and I can go in any direction. And I know that I'm gonna learn something. I'm just fascinated with it. But before we get to that last week. I've been just going to go here last week. There was a a little breaking news story that went pretty viral inside of the Afo community in a concerned document that was released by the national space council announcing a new president now the content. Of the document for me aren't as an as as important as its authenticity and the possibility of it being disinformation. You took it upon yourself to contact the national space council, and what did you find out? Yeah. I I did see there was some initial controversy around it. So I just check this one out money to find the contacts, you know, the council, I think free one of the obstacles that had been shed connecting to the document, actually. So let me to the the main contacts, and yeah, they came back saying that they were not aware of what they wasn't any change in the presidential structure the council and also that they haven't heard of the person named in adult commitment. So somebody out there for some reason that means seeded, well, if I, you know into the community why that is the question bruise why? Well, not only would this document, but in general. There is always the opportunity to spread disinformation inside of the U of O community. Why why do they continue to do this? Well, two things that firstly. I want to say one of the problems that I find within the Kamien any fringe sick. Just you follow. Jay is that it's much more likely that people will share something on weds or argue about it in an insular way. Then reach out and check the sources, and I think that's today with the lack of trust, you know, that we many tend to have the volunteers people not in that habit. But because of kind of do I have to deal with the academics. Sources you know, I I have developed that tendency to actually go back and check so one of the things that they know that something like that will get legs, you know, people don't tend to check it. They would just argue about it. You know? I mean, that's something people have to remember trying. You can go out reach out to these sources and say, hey, you know, is this from you? But why I guess? Yeah. Sometimes it keeps us looking the wrong way, doesn't it? You know that news eased coming out, that's probably important. And instead, we'll be focusing on something that's important. When I read the reply that you got in the explanations in that reply that was one thing, but I looked at the Email header, and it literally said the White House when you got that reply back, and you see that what would immediately goes through your mind because we're talking about really official correspondence, aren't we? Yeah. I like, it'd be you know, the initial in chlorine forward it onto somebody see in the right, right? So they actually took the time to look into it and come back because you know, some of these people I guess would just be silence said they must have found. It was with them. Putting it back out there that you know, this isn't today with us. Quite interesting. Even the time. You're going to spam. Something they'll be that was with out today with us. Consid-? It's pretty fascinating to me about the the amount of documents. And this goes back in you follow you we can stretch to this back seventy years. This isn't anything new, but the amount of documents that spread through the U of O community that turn out to be fake. And I don't know if you wanna call it a hoax or fraud, which are two different definitions. But it's creating something that isn't real. But somebody out there created a fake document and nuit when they were creating it. Yep. I think that again, I'd say that probably again that you know, that fake news day kind of trendy thing that that went to Israel fake news. You know that it does seem to get legs in the fringe community. And I'm not just saying if as paranormal conspiracies, look, if I went now, edited some old government document started putting stuff about aliens and things that wasn't that. I put out on Twitter Facebook tomorrow, let's go probably gonna get quite followers it without anyone really looking into whether that's real because it's exciting, you know, validate things they believe, you know. You can take days weeks months before anyone really looks into whether that's real. That's a problem. I think we will address in the communities that you know, we hang on for share. They can I check sif as being nice way modified. Whereas the original, you know, is there another copy of felt you know, what I mean, we we can go up in stopping those kind of hoax. I think in this particular document, this national space council document that when around last week I would have thought that that is one of the easiest things to go and check and check the sources on. And I question why somebody would take the chances of distributing this when everybody in the u Afo community, and we're very good at checking documents. These days is going to go in and check out the provenance. And if this indeed was a real announcement. Don't you think that somebody would have thought about that? I before letting this go. Yeah. You know, if if I was thinking some kind of joke, I would say a spec this someone he's going to do that. Absolutely. I mean, there are of course, some very serious as not just click and see as researchers that will look into it. You know? So some point it's gonna get found out. So it's a strange one. Yeah. I don't know why why they sort of seat that confusion knowing as well that he would like to come back on some of those involved. So it's won't does it gain does actually gains. I wanted to ask you before we move on. When you go and reveal that document like that that raises a lot of eyebrows. I didn't really understand why it was actually news worthy. But that's that's not actually the point when you turn around and show everybody that. Hey, this thing is in real do you get blowback from that are people angry at you for do? They get angry for for debunking the wrong word, but showing that a document isn't what it's supposed to be. I some politics back. But my feeling is when the people that are not happy with that usually will remain fatty quiet because I don't be anyone wants to be seen to be annoyed that the truth has come out of the innovator. Bam embarrassing for them. Maybe they shared on woods to their friends or whatever they probably don't happy with with. Coming back and said, you know, hey, you know, annoyed that only the positive remarks come directly to me. So I think other people public. Yes, they may feel that upset said anything it's strange times in the U of O community. It's never been as strange or is exciting. Like, it is today in many many years and now want to actually make it a little bit of an an announcement here. A couple of weeks ago Bruce was on my other show fade to black and during our conversation Bruce revealed that he was in presenting of some debris some craft debris and which caught me by surprise. But that's the beauty of doing the live radio show, and Bruce actually sent me some of the debris, and I got it last week. And thank you, Bruce for sending it I want to just say this in a general sense to everybody because this was a live show and people have asked me about it since then it it's quite I guess the word that I wanna use. It's heavy. It's a heavy. Metal heavy metal. When I held it in my hand. And what I was sent was probably about a half inch, right? Yeah. They say, yeah. About a half inch in its round about an eighth of an inch thick, but it's density in its weight. Bruce caught me by surprise that. I wasn't expecting. What is what is the material makeup of it actually got a very long list of chemicals in it? United surprising. I think looking at the analysis, I think that's about twenty different mostly silica and aluminium. But there's a lot of other things even titanium in that. You've got quad list of metals in the mercury in. Mediums in that. Sorry. Yeah. About twenty really complex makes Johnny one of the things. I'd like to see them see an engineer from say airspace or something tell me, hey, what would we imagine? It's going to be in an future, you know, a future spaceship. With these chemicals because I wonder how close studies is I've seen that a lot of these compounds already in current generation spacecraft, right? So that's kind of funny thing. Yeah. It's a long list chemicals, and you just mentioned titanium and aluminum and silica, but those are all light alloys where this is. It's it's pretty dense. It's pretty heavy. Yeah. I mean, I I mean not melting process as being. Actually change, they quit. Yeah. Liquefied then frozen in space. Has changed. Extensively and how would it being when he was in a structure if you look at the very light feels quite heavy for that. Yeah. Looked original NFC. I guess, you know, high temperature blackness now as well as probably would have been different color translucent. If you get the pieces, and you got light and some of them are greenish as well. But yeah, it looks very mostly black. And yeah, this is a dark Brown black fascinating to look at and hold the age on this. Are we going with the the eight hundred thousand year old number yet dates on that seven hundred eighteen thousand if some of some geologists give it a little bit of that? But yeah, that's the state around seven seventy seven eighty in. The studies have been done meshes with that. What we'll come to relate. This Lunga argument around that date. The strange thing is. This is one of these people have noticed is that some of the pieces look as though that they haven't been wetted. They haven't been in the environment long. You know, the quite smooth. You know, they don't they've been, you know, Manhattan little hit with a lot of bad weather. They suspicion that some of these pieces may be falling fatty recently, and I know I don't want to spoil. They maybe some of this stuff is still falling. If you know what I mean? Jimmy, right, right. Formed right of it's coming down interesting as well. Now, let's let's set up for when we come back one of the points that I have made often is that we homo sapiens, say ping us, right you, and I have been here for about one hundred and fifty thousand years and that we could push it back..

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