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Apollo UFOs – Paranormal Report 59

Listen to Podcast UFO from New Zealand and the Moon landings! Double Rainbow All The Way redux, and Himmler’s crystal skull discovered. All on this edition of

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Mind  at  Large

Mind at Large

By Michael Prescott

Lately I’ve been reading Michael Grosso’s 1986 book It’s an interesting overview of psi phenomena, afterlife evidence, and millenarian predictions. Grosso makes an effort to tie together several different strands of thought and ends up with an intriguing holistic interpretation. One section that I found particularly worthwhile was Chapter 3, “Sketch of a Science of Transcendence,” in which Grosso makes […]

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Supermoon spotter's UFO shock

Supermoon spotter's UFO shock

A Stargazer struck lucky when he was filming the weekend's 'supermoon' by capturing video footage of mysterious unidentified flying objects. John Hancock armed himself with his trusty camcorder to record Saturday's giant moon which was the closest it has been to the Earth for 20 years. He was left speechless when three bright lights suddenly appeared in the sky. “It […]

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Are Earthlings From Mars? New Tool May Reveal Your Alien Ancestry

Are Earthlings From Mars? New Tool May Reveal Your Alien Ancestry

CREDIT: The Viking Project/NASA It's possible that the family tree of all life on Earth has its roots on Mars – and a new device could put that theory to the test in a few years, researchers say. Researchers are developing an instrument that would search through samples of Martian dirt, isolating any genetic material from microbes that might be […]

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Why our babies  are just  like infant Neanderthals

Why our babies are just like infant Neanderthals

Neanderthal brains were like modern human ones at birth but developed differently to ours as they grew older, it was revealed today. Anthropologists were surprised to discover that the grey matter of our infant ancestors, who became extinct about 28,000 years ago, shared the same shape and size. Adult Neanderthal brains were less globular and more elongated than ours. They […]

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After 21 years together  Shiba the  lioness spends hours grooming her dying mate before he was euthanised at Pittsburgh Zoo

After 21 years together Shiba the lioness spends hours grooming her dying mate before he was euthanised at Pittsburgh Zoo

They spent their whole lives together and their love was plain for all to see. But now Juma, the lion king, is dead and his queen Shiba is having to get used to life on her own after 21 years of 'married bliss.' Juma, the pride of Pittsburgh Zoo, passed away after battling age-related ailments including feline dementia. His death […]

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Was all alien life sucked into a black hole after 'white dwarf hypernova' star explosion

Was all alien life sucked into a black hole after 'white dwarf hypernova' star explosion

The lack of evidence proving the existence of aliens is known to scientists as the ‘Great Silence’. They have long been baffled how- despite years of searching – there has been no confirmation of life beyond our planet. But now some astronomers believe the answer may lie in the destructive force of exploding stars – and claim ET may simply […]

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Xtra UFO Headlines 23/03/2011

Xtra UFO Headlines 23/03/2011

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Peter the Wild Boy's condition revealed

Peter the Wild Boy's condition revealed

Historian Lucy Worsley and the painting featuring Peter the Wild Boy on the staircase of Kensington Palace. Photograph: Eamonn McCabe for the The condition that affected Peter the Wild Boy, a feral child found abandoned in a German forest and kept as a pet at the courts of George I and II, has been identified more than 200 years after […]

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Elizabeth Taylor dies aged 79

Elizabeth Taylor dies aged 79

Elizabeth Taylor has died at the age of 79. The actress passed away this morning (March 23) as a result of heart failure, reports She had been receiving treatment for the condition for the past two months at the Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles. She was admitted to the facility after a lengthy history of health problems.

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