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    UFOs Northwest — UFO Sightings Updates

    The problem with virtually all images is that they're only images. I don't think we can ever be 100% sure that any of them represent an objective reality, let alone a UFO, and by UFO, I mean an alien craft, not vague lights off in the distance. From a more detached perspective, it's still good...
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    The Return of Bryan Bonner

    Your question has been asked. Interesting answers.
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    August 11, 2019 — Preston Dennett

    :cool: Thanks!
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    August 11, 2019 — Preston Dennett

    Not to stand in for Gene or Preston here, but there are a lot of historical sightings that predate the Internet revolution. Some newspapers now have a limited digital archive, but a lot is still on microfiche. Although sources like Issasc Koi have put a lot of online. These days, if you're still...
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    The Return of Bryan Bonner

    Bryan Bonner has been examining a wide range of reported paranormal phenomena for over two decades. From ghosts, poltergeists, psychics, and urban legends, to UFOs, conspiracy theories and much more, Bryan steers clear of the sensationalism. You won't find him running around cemeteries scaring...
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    Consciousness and the Paranormal — Part 12

    It would be even better if it didn't cost $40.00 USD
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    Your Paracast Newsletter — August 4, 2019

    So true. We'd like to think so. After all, who can argue that caring for the environment is a bad idea? That's what opened the door to dealing with it via money transfer schemes - Carbon offsets can do more environmental harm than good Sometimes I get this sort of cynical detached feeling and...
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    Your Paracast Newsletter — August 4, 2019

    It seems to me that a lot of the rhetoric is mired down in terminology like climate change versus global warming, or pollution versus industrial byproducts, or ecology versus environmentalism, or climate versus weather. Then add to that the variables of blame denial and conspiracy, and it's...
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    August 4, 2019 — Christian Kromme

    I really liked Christian's optimistic view of the future, and always appreciate a thinker who goes beyond the mundane. There were however a couple of issues that I think need a little more refinement. For example the use of lasers for wireless networking doesn't really address the point I was...
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    The Return of Preston Dennett

    Preston Dennett began investigating UFOs and the paranormal in 1986 when he discovered that his family, friends and co-workers were having dramatic unexplained encounters. Since then, he has interviewed hundreds of witnesses and investigated a wide variety of paranormal phenomena. He is a...
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    UFOs Northwest — UFO Sightings Updates

    Hey William. I was reminded when I was scanning the thread, that while back we were talking U2 and SR-71 transponder codes on some of your radar files. I proposed that if we knew the airspeed of those tracks, we might be able to determine whether or not it was a U2. Can you get that data?
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    July 14, 2019 — Nick Redfern

    I have no idea how to approach Moore, and no time to dig for and try to convince people who don't want to be involved. But if you can come-up with contact info, pass it along, and we'll at least send out an invite. Guests are getting much harder to pin down because so many of them are doing...
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    July 21, 2019 — Stephen Bassett

    It's no longer fashionable to make Bassett a dissing target, and here's why: His personal account about how he became involved in ufology, and why he sticks with it year after year, despite the setbacks and criticism, reveals a person who genuinely believes in his cause and has been persistently...
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    Philosophy, Science, and the Unexplained

    There are people who say the same thing about the Moon landing too. Is there any particular point you're trying to make in your posts? Or is it more a loose collection of random thoughts?
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    Philosophy, Science, and the Unexplained

    The nature of existence? We've been a long ways down that path on the forum here and we're no closer than we were before. Or are we? Maybe because of the nature of the infinite, we can never be any farther away or closer to that particular answer. Interesting how the Mother Earth Gaia thing got...

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