Bruce Cornet ~ 06/27/19 ~ Alien Contact Organization ~ Hosts Janet Kira Lessin & Dave Emmons ~ Aquarian Radio ~ 8 to 10 PM Eastern, 5 PM Pacific, 2 PM Hawaii time
Dr. Bruce Cornet ~ Bio
Bruce Cornet received a B.A. degree (1970) in biology from the University of Connecticut, a Masters degree (1972) in paleobotany from that same university, and graduated from Penn State in 1977 with a Ph.D. in geology and palynology (the study of fossil spores and pollen, used to age-date rocks). He spent 11 years in the oil industry, working for Gulf Research & Development, Exxon USA, Mobil Oil Corporation, and Superior Oil Company, all in Houston, TX. Between 1981 and 1982 he ran his own independent exploration company (Geminoil, Inc.), which drilled for and found oil in eastern Virginia. Between 1988 and 1993 he held a research position at Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory (part of Columbia University) and was the wellsite geologist for that institute’s Newark Basin Coring Project in New Jersey, which recovered over 28,000 feet of Late Triassic to Early Jurassic cores.
In 1992 he discovered that he lived next to the Pine Bush UFO hotspot in New York State, and began a three year, 24 square mile magnetic survey, discovering many anomalies underground and documenting over 140 close encounters with unconventional aircraft or UFOs. Much of those data are published on over 100 web pages. He is profiled on ResearchGate, and has published 21 scientific papers, a couple books, and numerous abstracts on subjects in paleobotany, palynology, and geology. He taught classroom geology and botany and an online geology course for the Raritan Valley Community College in New Jersey for seven years (2002-2008).
In 2003 he was hired as Deputy Administrator at the National Institute for Discovery Science (NIDS) in Las Vegas, where he learned about Skinwalker Ranch in Utah, and made reports of UFOs and anomalous aircraft sightings until that institute shut down in 2004. Now retired, he has been writing books and continuing his research into the Pine Bush Phenomenon, and into aerospace black project disclosures of ARVs or Alien Reproduction Vehicles.
Final editing on my book, Unconventional Aerial Phenomenon in the Hudson and Wallkill River Valleys, New York.
Dr. Bruce Cornet has fourteen years of experience in the oil industry as a senior geologist, prospect geologist, and palynologist. He has four years of academic research in geology as a palynologist, paleobotanist, and wellsite geologist and currently Dr. Cornet is Professor of Geology and Botany at the Raritan Valley Community College in Somerville, NJ. He is the author or coauthor of 21 refereed scientific papers and two books, all on paleontological and/or geological subjects.
The 28 April 1993 flyover of a Black Triangle was recorded on video by Ellen Crystall and by me on time exposures. What is spectacular about my time exposures is that the pilot demonstrated by moving his lights and craft every time I closed my camera shutter, then opened it again. The evidence is undeniable. He not only timed his plasma light movement and craft motion to my thoughts and camera action but provided extraordinary evidence of their ability to shape magnetic fields around their craft so that they can move plasma lights off of their lamp source and out into the space around their craft. Our aircraft use lamps, not plasmas that have to be generated in a strong electromagnetic field.
The movie shows the reverse Doppler signature these crafts make when they project sound through their metamaterial hulls in a neg-gravity environment. Our aircraft produce normal Doppler sounds, but the frequency spectrogram documents that the jet-like sound is artificial, and probably made by a computer (like a music synthesizer), because the sound is divided up into as many as 12 separate parallel frequencies, which uniformly decrease in frequency upon approach to my microphone, and uniformly increase upon departure from my microphone.
Attached are images I desire to talk about on your show, which document that the pilots of the objects I was photographing knew what I was thinking and doing as I took time exposures of their lights moving across the sky.
The pilot would make his light(s) do an oscillation right after I opened my camera shutter. At first I thought the motion was due to camera vibration. With tests photographing conventional aircraft, the amount of shutter vibration was no more than 1.5 seconds. Yet the oscillations of the UAP lights sometimes lasted for as much as ten seconds.