Scientists on the History Channel believe a wormhole may have appeared at a UFO hot spot over Catalina Island in California.
“Friday, July 16th, 2021. It’s a foggy night, and a team of scientists from the research group, UAPx, is on a week-long expedition near Catalina Island off the coast of California,” History Channel host Tony Harris explained.
“Then, shortly before 4:00 a.m., one of their motion detector cameras in night vision mode captures this. In the upper right-hand corner of the frame, a black hole suddenly appears in the sky.
“But take a closer look. Do you see that? A cluster of small dots begins to materialize inside and researchers don’t think they’re mere stars.”
“This is very strange because this timestamp of this video does match with one of our most anomalous, highest energy events that we recorded in our radiation sensor,” said Physicist, Dr. Matthew Szydagis.
High levels of radiation are often linked to UFO sightings.
In this case, the radiation sensor, which normally reads between one to two megaelectron volts, bolted up to 43.
Add in the fact that Catalina Island is, as writer MJ Banias puts it, “home to a very long history of strange and anomalous phenomena,” and we’ve got a real UFO mystery on our hands.
Host Tony Harris then explains that this area above Catalina Island is also where, in 2004, “one of the most important UFO sightings in history” occurred.
“So as the story goes, onboard the USS Princeton, on their radar, they encountered some sort of anomalous object between Catalina Island and several other islands in the channel,” Harris recounts.
“They approached what looked like to be a 40-foot-long-shaped Tic Tac hovering, making erratic maneuvers just above the surface of the water.
“Then the pilots played chase with this object back and forth for several minutes before being ordered to return back to their aircraft carrier.”
The question, in both cases, is what happened and how did the anomalies get there?
“There’s a lot of people who believe that UFOs open up wormholes or portals between their world and travel through dimensions, this idea that we can open a gateway between place X and place Y and move between them,” said Banias.
“The Catalina Islands would be a sort of entry point for UFOs to use.”
Dr. Michio Kaku, a theoretical physics professor, agreed, saying the sighting could be a gateway to parallel universes.
One explanation for the “wormhole” could be what is called a fallstreak, which occurs when a mass of super cold air in the sky
receives a sudden influx of ice crystals. This usually occurs when a plane flies through the mass of cold air “causing literally a hole in space.”
However, FAA records say there were no planes in the area at the time.
So what was it? Nothing can be confirmed, but as Harris puts it, “if the team of scientists at UAPx isn’t sure what’s going on, it’s clear there is more work to be done.”