Monday, 23 March 2009

Sleepy astronomer witnesses UFO weapon test


Finally! After years of observing the night sky and not seeing one alien space ship, I get to see the government test out one of their UFO alien spaceship laser-blasters on a tree near the Visitor Center on Mauna Kea.

They thought they could get away with this by testing the alien atomiser in the middle of the night when all the astronomers were either on the summit or asleep, but they didn't figure with me. I caught this test while trying to take a picture of the Milky Way above Mauna Loa, but now I know the government's secret. It's also obvious that everyone who works at the Visitor Center is either a government official keeping secrets - or they're aliens.

Actually, it's part of the panorama I tried to take at around 1:30am on Thurs night. Someone in a pick-up drove up to the Visitor Center just as I was trying to take a 60-sec long exposure. The laser-like lights come from the vehicle's headlights facing me for a few seconds and then doing a U-turn. What they were doing up at 9000 feet in the first place in the early hours is beyond me...

6 comments:

Protege said...

Hehe Tom, you should have left the explanation out.;) I rather like the thought of a cover up testing of secret UFO technology.;))
Nevertheless, the shot is very cool.;)
Btw; if you 13 in 81, that makes you one year younger than me.;))

Andrew Cooper said...

Umm, Tom...

I work at the VIS.

I didn't see any memo on high energy weapons tests.

damontucker said...

I heard you guys get weird after being up on the mountain for too long at a time.

Tom said...

Andrew - they only told those of us that were wearing tin foil hats. Mine blocks out all sorts of weird transmissions at HP...

Damon - One day I'll show you where we keep the shot-down UFOs but then I'll have to kill you.

Protege - If I had left the explanation out, people might actually think the report was credible, and then I'd have a lot of explaining to do. I really did think hard about not including it though!

Beep said...

I always suspected this sort of thing was going on. That tree needs an attorney.

Andrew Cooper said...

Give us a few more months and we will have the K1 laser ready to fire, mounting the launch telescope tomorrow!