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Can you see the UFO?

In my previous article, I penetrated the importance of objectivity while searching for proof and evidence. Just like a judge should do, since he know that a trial never ends the way it started. Being open minded to changes, even if it is not the changes we want, is the ...

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Are you sure it was a ghost you saw

A reflection to an upcoming article about UFO hunters in search for Ghost Rockets Update: Wikipedia changed the page as soon as the propaganda was discovered. Watch the screen print here, just seconds before Wikipedia took it away!   I don’t like waiting. It is like the calculator in my ...

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The City of Petra flooded

The City of Petra flooded

Making a self inflating balloon in 100 BC “Ingredients: Copper (copper age from 3000BC) Vinegar Salt water Aluminum (pulverized feldspar) Tools: Slate above fire and a goats bladder. Nothing adds up We didn’t really know about aluminum before the 1800’s, still this substance seem to have been used all over ...

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Who rocked the cradle where it all began

  Somewhere between 4000-1000BC “In a cave a water woman pour pulverized feldspar, tear small pieces from paper-thin copper sheets and place it all inside a goats bladder. Then she mix salt water with vinegar in a larger bowl and heat it up on a slate (copper hydroxide CU(OH)2). She ...

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Air Force UFO files hit the Web

File photo. A sign off route U.S. 285, north of Roswell, New Mexico, points west to the alleged 1947 crash site of a flying saucer on the Corn Ranch. (Reuters)

Published January 19, 2015 FoxNews.com From eyewitness accounts of “trails of light” streaking across the sky to sightings of flying saucers, now amateur Mulder and Scullys alike can see if the truth really is out there by poring over almost 130,000 pages of declassified UFO documents that are now available ...

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