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DOWNLOAD (Free Version): Gene and Randall present that inimitable cutting-edge thinker Red Pill Junkie (Miguel Romero). On this episode, RPJ opines on cutting-edge UFO research, and the frontiers of science and consciousness. In his own words, RPJ is an “Agnostic gnostic, walking conundrum & metaphysical oxymoron (with emphasis in the ‘moron’ part), [who] lives a double life: He is an outspoken blogger on the paranormal and a regular contributor for The Daily Grail, Mysterious Universe, and the Intrepid Magazine blog. He also collaborates frequently with The Grimerica Show podcast and, of course, has appeared on The Paracast over the years.
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After The Paracast: Available exclusively to Paracast+ subscribers: Gene and Randall present an extended segment with Special Correspondent William Puckett, who discusses another quartet of UFO cases. They include: Yet another UFO, this time a vertical bar of light, observed in a ring doorbell video. This one occurred on November 24, 2019 in Portland, OH, a report of a triangular multicolored light observed in Dallas, OR on November 21, 2019, very bright lights moving northeast in a straight line in Boulder, CO on November 25, 2019, and reports of 20 to 30 starlike objects moving northeast in a straight line in Lakefield, Ontario, Canada. The last two appear to be among a surge of UFO sightings reported in the wake of the launch of SpaceX Starlink communication satellites that began in May of 2019. These satellites, in low orbit, are expected to begin to provide broadband Internet beginning in 2020. Astronomers are concerned that they will disrupt ground and space observations.