This was on the cable car in Greenwich on March 26, 2016. Something huge was moving under the water and then briefly surfaced.
Are there whales in the Thames or could it be a pod of dolphins?
Maybe, but there’s still a huge shadow under the water that just looks like one giant sea creature with two large humps at the rear.
Whatever it is, it’s big.
The secret Soviet X-files investigation came to be known in government circles as The Network, and was the largest official investigation into the UFO phenomenon ever conducted. For 13 years, The Network was tasked not with the simple collection of UFO reports — this was left to amateurs — but with understanding them scientifically.
The man tapped to lead the project was a young astrophysicist named Yuly Platov. Now in his 80s, Platov told The Moscow Times that he found out about the project in conversation with the head of his institute. He realized it would be an opportunity to flex his scientific muscles, and so pressed his boss to be given the chance to take part. A few days later he was contacted, quite unexpectedly, and put in charge of the entire project.
Initially the work was top secret. “Maybe we would really find aliens or maybe our findings would have military applications,” Platov says. “It wasn’t clear at the start what we might find.”
The Network was made up of 20 organizations staffed by specialists in physics, chemistry, optics and spectroscopy. “So many people from different professions had to be united,” Platov says. “I was the one who had to unite them, and that was difficult, especially for someone like me.” […]
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“Grenzzaun halbe” referenced the country’s debate on whether or not to seal its borders
Get out your binoculars—birds are making their annual trek north
jan 9-1968 Bolton::I was a newborn baby lying in a crib next to my mum,just hours old..my mum tells me that she was sat up in bed just relaxing when the room suddenly went cold..she says that a figure appeared at the door,she couldn’t make out any features on the being but explained it as having an orange glow,she felt paralysed too,only able to move her eyes..the figure slowly glided over to her,bent down and kissed her on her chest..it then glided back to the door where it disappeared.the room warmed up immediately and she was no longer paralysed..this is how she told the story to me..she died of lung cancer in feb 1985..i had no idea what to make of this story until I saw one of your programmes and got a chill down my spine when I heard somebody else describe a very similar experience…I’ve also had missing time in my twenties..during an evening drive home from Weymouth to Gillingham in dorset England, I had made this journey on numerous occaisions..but this particular time I have no recollection of the journey except when I came to as I was approaching a T-junction, it felt as tho i’d been asleep and had just woken up.i was alone in the car and had no idea how I came to be where I was..i almost crashed the car…about 5 years after this event I was asleep in bed and woke up with what felt like some broken ribs on my right side..i put my hand on the affected area and felt three large lumps that had broken the skin and scabbed over..i had assumed that i’d been bitten but nothing I know could leave three wart sized lumps or give the impression of broken ribs..furthermore I stripped the bed and found nothing that could have inflicted these wounds on me…I now feel that its important to share this information..thank you..
We’ve featured so many studies that reinforce stereotypes on this blog that we have a whole category full of them. So it was refreshing to find this study, which set out to test whether blondes are actually dumber than people with brown, red, or black hair. More specifically, the author crunched data from a large survey of young baby boomers, which conveniently included both hair color and IQ information for most respondents. He found that not only are blonde women not dumb–they’re actually
The boy’s skin took on a sickly hue, and the whites of his eyes were anything but. A common condition in newborns spelled trouble in an older child.
Phillips, Ted (Edited by Jennie Zeidman), 2002, Delphos, A Close Encounter of the Second Kind (CE II), Fairfax, VA, UFO Research Coalition, 176 pp.
A part of the text is written by Joan Woodward, U.S. animal reaction specialist:
UFO witness Ronald Johnson and the Delphos, Kansas UFO ring
(UFO Casebook photos)