I’ll disclose you this: I ran out of beer.
- Three more US senators get classified briefings on UFO sightings.
- A Lockheed Martin engineer answers a question about the physics involved in the UFO encounters with Navy pilots.
- Revelations of the third kind: The Bigelow/Mitchell 1996 letter emerges.
- In the latest Where Did the Road Go? Yours truly and my good friend and colleague Joshua Cutchin discusses the many problems with the Extraterrestrial hypothesis.
- Bizarre cattle mutilation reported in Argentina.
- In a ‘UFO post-disclosure age’ (as some would like to call it) you can still find plenty of skeptical articles, like this one from The Daily Galaxy –Project Mogul, Srsly?
- And here’s a little op-ed by someone who ran out of ideas who he decided to make fun of cryptozoology.
- Modern satellite imagery and 3-d modeling gives us a new view of how the Apollo 11 mission played out.
- Samurai text tells secrets of sword-fighters’ “supernatural” powers.
- Why Stonehenge’s ‘waste material’ may be the Holy Grail for geologists.
- That time a 56-year-old noblewoman stood up to Nazi occupiers on the tiny island she ruled.
- A new theory about the missing flight MH370 suggests the pilot suffocated the passengers by depriving the cabin of oxygen (Yikes!).
- How Artificial Intelligence teaches us to be more human.
- Scientists discover infinite decay and rebirth in quantum particles. So if consciousness is linked to quantum processes, then…
- Bad news potheads: There is a gene that increases the risk of cannabis addiction.
- Red Pill of the Day: Alabama man denies feeding his “attack squirrel” meth.
Quote of the Day:
“I have come to support less and less the idea that UFOs are ‘nuts-and-bolts’ spacecraft from other worlds (…) There are just too many things going against this theory. To me, it seems ridiculous that super intelligences would travel great distances to do relatively stupid things like stop cars, collect soil samples, and frighten people. We must begin to re-examine the evidence. We must begin to look closer to home.”
Dr. J. Allen Hynek, in an interview with a journalist on October of 1976.