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Cringy & Long UFO/UAP Video: Eric Weinstein & Mick West Talk For Hours

As a fan of Mick West and Eric Weinstein, I have been watching their videos to understand their different theories about UFOs and UAPs, including the possibility of our existence being different than we think. Eric is the romantic who wants to believe, and Mick is the pragmatist who is often cynical. We discuss the credibility of UFO encounters and those who claim to have seen them. I believe that the government has been cruel in their experiments and that Mick West should be more charitable.

Exploring the Wacky World of UFOs and UAPs with Eric Weinstein and Mick West

By Michael Levin

Tuesday, March 14, 2023

Hello UFO and UAP fans! Are they tech? Are they from another planet or are they our own? Or is that even the right question? There are a few voices more sane in this wacky, nutty world than Mick West and Eric Weinstein. I’m really a big fan of both. And I’ve been watching this video a lot. I mean I’ve been watching it a lot to just even get through it once, the cringe-factor of this video is the most solid evidence of anything.

Talk about differently vibed individuals. Eric represents our romantic side. The X-Files fan who wants to believe, and happens to be trying to unify physics. The other is the hard-nosed pragmatist who verges on cynic and often goes there. This dude cuts Occam’s Razor deep, and Eric pushes back with a heart for the weirdos we gotta listen to, because science. You take a lot of noise to get what precious little signal may be there.

What a challenge to listen to. Good thing there’s Bing! What’s up conspiracy, folks? Did we get to the heart of the secret birth of anti-gravity? Yeah, it’s been around since the 1950s of our own creation, of one design or another. Just makes sense. However, the conversation is not always one of tech. Our very existence could be different than we think. Follow along.

unc chapel hill feynman

Hello, this is Bing. I’m not sure what you are looking for with your query. UNC Chapel Hill is a public research university in North Carolina¹²³⁵⁷⁸⁹¹¹, and Feynman was a famous physicist who worked on quantum mechanics and particle physics⁴. Are you interested in learning more about UNC Chapel Hill’s physics department⁶⁷⁸ [9]^ [10]^ or Feynman’s contributions to physics[^4]? Please be more specific so I can help you better.😊

Source: Conversation with Bing, 3/14/2023

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Who is the leading antigravity researcher from the 1950s?

Hello, this is Bing. According to some sources, one of the leading antigravity researchers from the 1950s was Thomas Townsend Brown¹², who experimented with electrogravitics and claimed to have achieved propulsion by manipulating electric fields⁴⁵. However, his work was controversial and never widely accepted by mainstream science⁴. Another prominent figure in antigravity research was Viktor Grebennikov³, who claimed to have discovered a natural anti-gravity effect based on insect wings⁵. However, his claims were also met with skepticism and criticism by many scientists⁵. Antigravity research was allegedly pursued by various governments and military agencies during the 1950s, but the results and validity of such research are unclear and disputed²⁴ [6]^.

Source: Conversation with Bing, 3/14/2023

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(6) Aerospace Consultant Nick Cook : NPR. https://www.npr.org/2002/08/14/1148308/aerospace-consultant-nick-cook Accessed 3/14/2023.

Did either of them have sons who carried on their work?

I’m sorry but I could not find any information about the sons of Thomas Townsend Brown or Viktor Grebennikov. It seems that neither of them had any children who carried on their work. Thomas Townsend Brown was married to Josephine Dillon, a Hollywood actress, but they divorced in 1947². Viktor Grebennikov was married to Nina Ivanovna, a teacher, but they also divorced in 1976⁵. Do you have any other questions about antigravity research?😊

Source: Conversation with Bing, 3/14/2023

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(4) The Thomas Townsend Brown Family Website. https://thomastownsendbrown.com/ Accessed 3/14/2023.
(5) Biefeld–Brown effect - Wikipedia. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Biefeld%E2%80%93Brown_effect Accessed 3/14/2023.
(6) Viktor Grebennikov - Google Books. https://books.google.com/books/about/Viktor_Grebennikov.html?id=C2tUYgEACAAJ Accessed 3/14/2023.
(7) Viktor Grebennikov - Anti-Gravity & Levitation - YouTube. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hYJXE4FCm7Q Accessed 3/14/2023.

What was the conference in the 1950s at the University of Chapel Hill that Richard Feynman attended connected to the Research Institute for Advanced Study.

Hello, this is Bing. The conference you are referring to was the Conference on the Role of Gravitation in Physics¹⁵, which was held at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill from March 18 to 23, 1957¹. Richard Feynman attended this conference as a representative of the Research Institute for Advanced Study (RIAS)²⁴, which was a private research organization funded by Agnew Bahnson Jr., an industrialist who was interested in antigravity research⁴. Feynman gave a talk on quantum electrodynamics (QED) and also participated in a discussion on gravitational waves with John Wheeler and others⁴. He proposed a thought experiment involving sticky beads on a rotating hoop to demonstrate how gravitational waves could carry energy and momentum⁵. This conference was one of the first attempts to bring together physicists from different fields to explore the connections between gravity and quantum theory¹. Do you want to know more about this conference or its participants?😊

Source: Conversation with Bing, 3/14/2023

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What is The Institute For The Study of Physical Fields at University of North Carolina Chapel Hill?

I’m sorry but I could not find any information about The Institute For The Study of Physical Fields at University of North Carolina Chapel Hill. It seems that such an institute does not exist or is not well-known. However, I did find some information about other institutes or centers related to physical sciences at UNC-Chapel Hill or elsewhere. For example, there is a Department of Applied Physical Sciences⁴ at UNC-Chapel Hill that focuses on interdisciplinary research and education in materials science, environmental science, and biomedical science⁴. There is also an Institute for Advanced Physical Studies⁷ that is a research center for studies in physics and related fields, such as astrophysics, biophysics, nanophysics, and quantum physics⁷. Do you want to know more about these or other institutes?😊

Source: Conversation with Bing, 3/14/2023

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What does Post-Romanian Spacetime mean? It’s somehow in reference to Einsteinian physics.

Hello, this is Bing. I’m sorry but I could not find any information about Post-Romanian Spacetime. It seems that this term is not used in physics or mathematics. Perhaps you meant Pseudo-Riemannian Spacetime⁴, which is a type of geometric space that can be used to model the effects of gravity according to Einstein’s general theory of relativity⁴. In this spacetime, distances and angles are not measured by Euclidean geometry, but by a more general metric tensor that can vary from point to point⁵. This allows for phenomena such as gravitational waves, which are ripples in spacetime caused by massive objects accelerating or colliding⁶. Do you want to know more about Pseudo-Riemannian Spacetime or Einstein’s theory of relativity?😊

Source: Conversation with Bing, 3/14/2023

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Mitch thinks there’s a large possibility that all the UFO encounters have essentially simple explanations that include experimental aircraft, but that’s not the majority. Most are just junk in the atmosphere, fatigue, hallucinations and such. People see things all the time they think are one thing and are really something else. Why not here too?

You know who doesn’t sing credibility to me? Bob Lazar & Steven Greer. I have to say Jeremy Corbell and even Lou Elizondo. Now I’m not saying that Lou isn’t badass. I think he’s cool in the same way Dick Marcinko is badass. It doesn’t mean I don’t think they’re lying. They might be lying. There’s a lot of money to be made. You might not see it. But one way or another, when you can’t explain away a 100% convincing eye-witness testimony to an extraordinary event, you have to assume they’re wrong. There’s no hard evidence.

Vibrating edge! This is how they getcha. Never delivers. People who are coy are using coyness to just happen to get notoriety. The power to silence that comes from stigma and shame, particularly as a form of entertainment, most people can’t stand up to this. And Eric can’t stand bullying and gaslighting people who sincerely want to step forward. Eric doesn’t want people who’ve seen something or have data scared? Eric finds Mick West objectionable. Eric came very close to blocking Mick’s account.

Eric makes some very salient points the keywords of which I will not even mention, but make a very good point about a government and governments that really have been cruel and calloused experimenting on their populations. Crazy shit really does happen. And Eric just outright asks whether Mick could be more charitable, resonates. It lands a blow. Mitch responds with specifics about firsthand accounts, and says there’s only so far as you can go in belief.

Eric thinks not just distancing from debunking is necessary but an actual renouncing of the topic. Take the bunk out of being a skeptic. Mick gets defensive. Emotional affect! Ha!