Tag Archives: UFOs

Wear Purple For Peace Day

Purple is one of the most culturally interesting colors of the rainbow.  In the west, purple represents royalty and spirituality.  At one time, regular citizens were prohibited from wearing the color, only high ranking religious and political leaders could legally … Continue reading

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Trans en Provence Incident

“We cannot give a precise and unique interpretation to this remarkable combination of results.  We can state that there is, nonetheless, another confirmation of a very significant event which happened on this spot.” This was the non-committal statement by investigators … Continue reading

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World Contact Day

Today is the day to dig out your copy of The Carpenters’ song, “Calling Occupants of Interplanetary Craft”. Or you can listen to one of two versions of it online.  If you’re really a purist, you can download Klaatu’s original … Continue reading

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Five Avengers Vanish

Many non-skeptical people believe that just because the scientific method has not yet explained a number of unusual occurrences, and phenomenon about our world, that, automatically, there must be a supernatural explanation for these things.  I used to be one … Continue reading

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The Voronezh Sightings

The setting for this post is Voronezh, located on the Voronezh River in the Oblast Administrative region of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. A rather large but nondescript industrial city of about 900,000 people, located around 300 miles southeast … Continue reading

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The Tungaska Event

People enjoy complicated, mysterious explanations of why and how things happen.  In a more reasonable way of seeing a phenomenon, is in the use of Occam’s Razor.  That is, a scientist or person should first try simpler hypotheses before advancing … Continue reading

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Battle Of Los Angeles

The recent alarming reports of our military conducting drills and battle practice over some U.S. cities reminded me of an account told to me several years ago.  A former co-worker of mine, Eugene, grew up in Los Angeles around the … Continue reading

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