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Review: UFOs – Reframing the Debate

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Robbie Graham’s collection of essays, UFOs: Reframing the Debate, is a mixed affair, with some entries being of greater interest than others. The collection begins with a kind of back-and-forth approach between experiencers/true believers and skeptics, prefacing entries by more nuanced theorists, who look at the UFO phenomena from perspectives that are refreshingly different from the mainstream ETH/abduction/"nuts and bolts" approaches.

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UFO Book Review: Extraterrestrials and the American Zeitgeist

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Refreshingly, Gulyas’ Extraterrestrials and the American Zeitgeist makes no claims to the truth of the contactee experience, yet instead offers a readable, jargon-free, well-researched and insightful analysis of the contactee’s cultural impact and continued relevance, charting its various manifestations intelligibly and authoritatively.

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Review: The Truth is Out There

From the new documentary, The Truth is Out There, this writer learned that fluoridated water causes a substantial IQ drop, that the United States is nearly alone in the world operating on 120v/60hz electrical current due to a sweetheart deal with the copper industry, and that actor Eric Roberts witnessed the controlled demolition of WTC Building 7.

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Review: A.D. After Disclosure

...who will disclose the information and how? What will the public find out? If it is something awful, do we want to know? What are the possible ramifications of disclosure, and how will our world change?

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