Seymour Hersh, that is. He of “the US blew up the Nordstream pipeline” infamy.
Now it’s those shot down UFOs.
Legendary Journalist Says He Knows What the ‘Mystery Object’ Was the US Military Shot Down Over Alaska
“The federal government has a contract with the meteorology department, the weather department, at the University of Alaska-Fairbanks—that is one cold place, it’s way up there.”
Hersh, who said he’s visited the university campus there, said it’s so cold in Fairbanks that there’s no weather station there. So the university uses what Hersh describes as small aerial vehicles that collect weather data that is transmitted back to officials at the university, who can notify pilots flying over the Arctic Circle of any unusual weather activity.
The university may not have a weather station, but Fairbanks International Airport certainly does. In fact, the National Weather Service has ten weather stations in the Fairbanks area.
I’ve been to Fairbanks, too. It is not “too cold” for a weather station.
I see that the Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station, Antarctica station is operating, and that’s a hell of a lot colder than Fairbanks, Alaska.
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