Drilled Holes In The ISS And Growing Blobs In Space

The strangeness of 2023 keeps on mounting and outdoing itself month by month, day to day and strange event after strange event.

Ammonia coolant growing outside of the International Space Station ISS.

Ammonia coolant growing blob in space.

Let's get into it.

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This year has been one for the history buffs of the future, just what will they say about 2023 in say 2123?


In the vast expanse of space, where our curiosity and quest for exploration have led us to build incredible structures like the International Space Station (ISS), anomalies sometimes occur that capture our attention. On October 26th 2023 Russian cosmonaut Oleg Kononenko recently stumbled upon two perplexing mysteries during his mission aboard the ISS. In this blog post, I'll delve into the intriguing discoveries of holes in an ISS radiator panel and the curious blob growing outside of the ISS in space along with the questions they raise. The website Futurism identifies it as ammonia coolant but Unilad (link below) says it's a growing blob. Maybe they mean it's just getting larger and not growing in the traditional sense of growing?

The International Space Station: A Hub of Discovery:

The International Space Station, a joint venture involving space agencies from around the world, serves as a laboratory and living space for astronauts and cosmonauts. It's a symbol of international cooperation and a testament to our commitment to exploring the cosmos. Russian cosmonauts have been a crucial part of this effort, and Oleg Kononenko is no exception.

Holes in the ISS: A Deliberate Design or Cosmic Mystery?

During his time on the ISS, Oleg Kononenko observed something that left him puzzled and curious. He noticed holes in the side of a radiator panel, and what caught his attention was the evenness of the edges. These weren't just random holes; they seemed purposeful, as if they'd been deliberately drilled through. He immediately contacted Moscow mission control and said:

The holes have very even edges, like they've been drilled through.

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What's more, there were numerous holes scattered in a seemingly chaotic or random pattern. This peculiar discovery raises questions about the true nature and origin of these holes. Who did it or is it natural?

The Blob Outside: Alien Life in Space?

Simultaneously, as Oleg Kononenko was scrutinizing the holes inside the ISS, another discovery added to the intrigue. A mysterious blob was spotted growing outside the space station. Its inexplicable growth and unusual characteristics have sparked a theory – could this be evidence of alien life in space? The peculiar nature of the blob challenges our understanding of life beyond Earth. Even if it's come from Earth the notion that life can't exist in the vacuum of space is out the window! Is this yet another scientific fact in question?

The holes have very even edges, like they've been drilled through, he immediately told Moscow Mission Control. There are lots of them. They are spread in a chaotic manner.

The Mystery Deepens: Questions and Speculations:

Naturally, Oleg Kononenko reported these discoveries to Moscow Mission Control, and the space community worldwide started buzzing with questions and speculations. What could have caused these holes, and why are they in such a seemingly chaotic arrangement? Is the blob outside the ISS a living organism or some unexplained natural phenomenon? These enigmas remind us that space remains a realm of constant exploration and revelation.

Ufology Experts:

In the world of ufology, mysteries like these resonate with those who explore unidentified aerial phenomena (UAPs) and anomalies in space. While these discoveries don't conclusively prove alien life, they certainly add to the ever-growing tapestry of cosmic enigmas that intrigue and inspire those who seek answers.

What Lies Ahead?

As the investigation into the holes in the ISS radiator panel and the growing blob outside continues, we eagerly await the findings and hope they shed light on these intriguing space anomalies. The pursuit of knowledge and the desire to uncover the truth are fundamental aspects of human nature, whether we're exploring the cosmos itself with probes or unraveling the mysteries of the universe through use of telescopes and the International Space Station we are uncovering truths everyday.

In conclusion:

The discovery during the spacewalk outside of the International Space Station on Wednesday, Oct. 25, 2023 is bizarre indeed. Has someone drilled holes in the radiator panel on the International Space Station and the enigmatic blob growing outside of the ISS reminds us of the endless wonders and puzzles that space presents. It's a testament to the dedication of astronauts and cosmonauts like Oleg Kononenko, who not only contribute to our understanding of the cosmos but also bring back tales of the unexpected. As the investigation progresses, we'll keep you posted on the investigation and in the meantime keep your eyes on the stars and your minds open to the unknown.

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