This week on The Gralien Report, new discoveries are raising questions about whether our universe is expanding at the rate scientists once thought… and this discrepancy raises questions about the nature of our universe. Elsewhere, “Physicist of the Impossible” Michio Kaku recently commented on alien life and the possibility that we may come face-to-face with it within the next century. Other questions include what these life forms will look like, and of course, the ever-present concern over humanity’s collective reaction to their presence. Would this result in a “War of the Worlds” type of scenario, or would most people be amenable to the prospect of sharing space with alien neighbors?

Then in hour two, we shift our focus over to one of the most remarkable UFO incidents of the new century, involving a 2004 incident surrounding the USS Nimitz, a supercarrier of the United States Navy. The incident was seemingly corroborated with video that appeared online following the landmark December 17th, 2017 New York Times article, released with analysis by Tom Delonge’s To The Stars Acadamy, but now questions have been raised over why the alleged Nimitz footage appeared online as early as 2007… and on the website of a German film production company. Is there more to this story than anyone knows? We explore this, and more, on this week’s Gralien Report.

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Author: Micah Hanks

Micah Hanks is a writer, researcher, and podcaster. His interests include areas of history, science, archaeology, philosophy, and the study of anomalous phenomena in nature. He can be reached at

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