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Zap The Apostrophe

My formal research of and writing about UFOs and extraterrestrial life began only slightly more than a year ago. However, it took no time at all for me to become annoyed by a very common practice many people use when ...

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Remembering The Phoenix Lights 13 Years Later

As the 13th anniversary of the famous “Phoenix Lights” approaches, I find myself revisiting my own experience observing the lights back in 1997. Growing up, I lived in the wide-open desert, known as Phoenix’s far-west valley. My family’s house was ...

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IUFOC 2010 – Day 5

Day five of the International UFO Congress had a scheduled late start to allow all the partiers from the previous night’s cocktail party a couple extra hours of sleep. Because of the later start, there was also a reduced number ...

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IUFOC 2010 – Day 4

Day four came to a close last night, making the 2010 International UFO Congress more than half-way complete. The day was filled with interesting talks yesterday, including a presentation by Lt. Col. Donald Ware, who proposed that several intelligent species ...

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IUFOC 2010 – Day 3

Nearing the half-way point, day three of the International UFO Congress showed even a larger turnout than day 2, and the energy was very high. A packed room eagerly listened to the presentations throughout the day. Dolores Cannon’s talk about ...

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IUFOC 2010 – Day 2

The size of the audience was visibly larger for day two of the International UFO Congress. The speakers were all interesting, but it was Daniel Sheehan who brought the audience to their feet. Sheehan received a standing ovation following his ...

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IUFOC – Day 1

The 19th Annual International UFO Congress kicked off yesterday in Laughlin, Nevada.  This year is only my second year in attendance at the Congress, but I’m still amazed to see the passion and excitement the attendees at this conference have ...

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Missiles: The New Weather Balloon

Historically, if a UFO sighting is significant enough to make it on the nightly news, it has almost been guaranteed that the same explanation will be given for absolutely every sighting – “It’s a weather balloon.” Weather (or “research”) balloons ...

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Probing Alien Life

The UK’s national academy of science, The Royal Society, assembled this week to discuss alien life. Representatives from NASA, the European Space Agency, and the UN Office for Outer Space Affairs were present to discuss the consequences for science and ...

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