I was at my mums house and i was getting really for bed so i went outside to my mums balcony to say goodnight to her. i when look up at the sky because i like looking at starts and then all of the sudden i saw one of the stars and it was flashing like a disco ball. i straight away thought that is was a ufo. the object was just hovering as it flashed all types of colours such as white,green,red,yellow,blue and black the object was flashing these colours in different parts of the object as it continued to stay still and flash off all of its colours. i was amazed and shocked at the same time and i told my mum as she saw the object as will during the event i was just amazed to see something like this. after the event i didn’t think much of it as i went to sleep. i didn’t lose of the object it just stayed there for ages i eventually got bored of it and went to bed.
When Elon Musk went before an international space conference in Mexico and announced his vision of a Mars transportation system built by his company SpaceX, attendees were enthralled by the technology—and despairing of the price tag, which at a bare minimum of $10 billion seemed out of reach for the private sector and the United States’ cash-strapped space agency.
But more than one space enthusiast eyed the elaborately decorated exhibit booth of the United Arab Emirates space agency, founded in 2014, wondering whether it—and the UAE’s $500 billion sovereign wealth fund, swollen with petrodollars—could be the financiers needed for a Mars colony.
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More than 3,000 never-before-seen documents from the FBI, CIA, and Justice Department on the assassination of John F. Kennedy are scheduled be released, with many experts fearing that such a large release of secret JFK assassination documents will spur “a new generation of conspiracy theories.”
According to Roger Stone, the CIA is urging President Donald Trump to delay disclosing some of the files for another 25 years.
Roger Stone said in a post on his website…
“They must reflect badly on the CIA even though virtually everyone involved is long dead.”
More than 3,000 never-before-seen documents from the FBI, CIA, and Justice Department are set to be released, along with 30,000 that have only been partially released in the past.
| … The 10-acre property, called Stardust Ranch, was featured on the Travel Channel’s “Ghost Adventures” in 2016. On that show, the current owner, John Edmonds, discussed his killing of some 18 extraterrestrials during his time on the property.
The bodies apparently disappear after their cosmic death, so any
potential new owner won’t have to worry about an alien graveyard.
Edmonds and his wife, who reported on the show that she was molested by aliens
| … nuclear missile launch sites and bomber bases were visited by unidentified, low-flying and elusive objects, according to Defensive department reports.
The sightings, made visually and on radar by air and ground crews
and sabotage-alert forces, occurred at installations in Montana, Michigan and Maine and led to extensive but unsuccessful Air Force attempts to track and to detain the objects.
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Traveling to omaha ne on i-80 about 7:30 am noticed this object out my left window got off at next exit and took pic with my i-phone. sun was reflecting off object partly cloudy morning bright sun when i transferred the pic to my computer i noticed another object a little lower and to the left, i was about 50 miles from offut air force base. had an appt. to keep in omaha so i couldn’t stick around look at the pic and you decide.
First noticed these craft around 10 months ago over my house i have tried to capture them on video and still pictures on my camera, they are not very close clear video or photos but i gave it my best shot with what i had available to me, i reported these sightings to the local news paper but they never pursued it and stopped contact with me. i see these on a regular bases usually at night after 9 and when i set off to work in the mornings at 5.30 am, they seem to be more active in the mornings pulsating and hovering around.
A few weeks ago I blogged about the idea that high-IQ people suffer from an inability to communicate with less gifted folk. Now, a new paper claims that very intelligent people are more prone to mental illnesses and allergies.
However, I don’t think the paper is very smart.
Researchers Ruth I. Karpinski and colleagues surveyed the members of American Mensa, a society for people in the top 2% of IQ (IQ 130+). 3,715 Mensans responded to the survey, which asked them whether they were curr