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  • Gene Steinberg
    Thanks for sharing.
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    Am a Paracast junkie and have been listening since the beginning. I recently became a plus member and passed the below on to Gene. He suggested that I share it in the forums! /////BREAK///// > Gene, Like I said your show means the world to me...
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    After years of watching David Paulides' videos about wilderness missing persons, this newly posted video supplies some fascinating insights: (43 min.) In a nutshell, some of the lost-then-rescued survivors report "suddenly becoming...
  • Gene Steinberg
    The Paracast Newsletter March 7, 2021 www.theparacast.com UFO Researcher and Religious Scholar David Halperin Discusses UFOs and the Bible and UFOs From the Collective Unconscious on The Paracast! The Paracast is heard Sundays from 3:00 AM...
  • Gene Steinberg
    David Halperin continues to present cutting-edge commentaries on UFOs and the paranormal. His latest columns focus on UFOs and the Bible, the possibility that we might have been visited by space people in ancient times, a theory he disputes...
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  • JRTV
    JRTV replied to the thread Jeff Willes' UFO footage?.
    I’m not sure what the video you attached has to do with what I was describing. The object in question was less than 300 feet away from me, no filter on the lens and no plane. Just one orb. But if you didn’t review all of the footage, you won’t...
  • JRTV
    I joined a few forums including this one in recent years to find answers to this because I’m a repeat experiencer. It may be that we are meant to gather data from experiencers over time to help us understand the bigger picture. We’ll...
  • Randall
    Randall replied to the thread Comedy.
    Celebrity Jeopardy! Bill Cosby, Sharon Osbourne, Sean Connery
  • Randall
    Randall replied to the thread Comedy.
    K-Von - Full Special
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    Andrea reacted to Randall's post in the thread Conspiracy Theories with Like Like.
    The Great Reset: Is Bill Gates Too Powerful?
  • Trajanus
    Trajanus replied to the thread A Morphological Precedent.
    Again, we can't rule out eventual Dino convergence had they had more time. Even if only one lineage produces the hominid body plan, once is all it takes, per planet. ;)
  • Randall
    Randall replied to the thread A Morphological Precedent.
    I like that one because it doesn't necessarily mean that there there are any overlords pulling the levers. Then again, if UFOs do carry aliens from other realms, and they are abducting people, maybe they are also causal agents for The Mandela...
  • Randall
    Randall reacted to Gene Steinberg's post in the thread A Morphological Precedent with Like Like.
    Or we just move from reality to reality routinely. But the differences aren’t sufficient to make for more than minor disruptions. Or those who are running this video game are switching things just to screw with us.
  • Gene Steinberg
    Gene Steinberg replied to the thread A Morphological Precedent.
    Or we just move from reality to reality routinely. But the differences aren’t sufficient to make for more than minor disruptions. Or those who are running this video game are switching things just to screw with us.
  • Randall
    Randall replied to the thread A Morphological Precedent.
    The Mandela Effect isn't so much about our histories being false as it is about our memory about them not matching the recorded history in this realm, in which case, if our memories are accurate, and so is the recorded history here, the only...
  • Randall
    Randall reacted to henris42's post in the thread A Morphological Precedent with Like Like.
    What about this time travel/future humans idea? For me, I do find the idea ridiculous as an engineer - but I seem to come up to these "Mandela Effects" every now and then. Its not only if the Monopoly Man had a monocle, or or Jaw's girlfriend...
  • Randall
    Randall reacted to Gene Steinberg's post in the thread A Morphological Precedent with Like Like.
    If you're a Doctor Who fan, it needs no explanation.
  • Randall
    Randall reacted to Gene Steinberg's post in the thread Home Computing with Like Like.
    Apple's "fancy" M1 is incredibly fast in its first iteration. All of the ARM-based models are entry-level, yet have performance levels that match the high-end gear. Apple's iPhones and iPads already match high-end notebooks in their performance...
  • Randall
    Randall reacted to henris42's post in the thread Home Computing with Like Like.
    Gene, I 100% agree that the M1, as well as what AMD is doing is really really good in the end for the industry. M1 is really nice piece of engineering, hopefully if raises up the bar in the chipscape! Hopefully Intel (and AMD) will up its ante...
  • Randall
    Randall reacted to henris42's post in the thread Home Computing with Like Like.
    Home computing.. sounds like all this 8-bit stuff I had - Spectravideo, MSX etc. Those could also run CP/M! But yes M$'s own antivirus is nowadays all you need. I think this mess is just getting worse. Consider that with this new fancy Apple...
  • Randall
    Randall reacted to henris42's post in the thread What's On Your Playlist? with Like Like.
    Is this elevator music?
  • henris42
    henris42 replied to the thread What's On Your Playlist?.
    Is this elevator music?
  • henris42
    henris42 replied to the thread Home Computing.
    Gene, I 100% agree that the M1, as well as what AMD is doing is really really good in the end for the industry. M1 is really nice piece of engineering, hopefully if raises up the bar in the chipscape! Hopefully Intel (and AMD) will up its ante...
  • henris42
    henris42 replied to the thread A Morphological Precedent.
    What about this time travel/future humans idea? For me, I do find the idea ridiculous as an engineer - but I seem to come up to these "Mandela Effects" every now and then. Its not only if the Monopoly Man had a monocle, or or Jaw's girlfriend...
  • Gene Steinberg
    Gene Steinberg replied to the thread Home Computing.
    Apple's "fancy" M1 is incredibly fast in its first iteration. All of the ARM-based models are entry-level, yet have performance levels that match the high-end gear. Apple's iPhones and iPads already match high-end notebooks in their performance...
  • henris42
    henris42 replied to the thread Home Computing.
    Home computing.. sounds like all this 8-bit stuff I had - Spectravideo, MSX etc. Those could also run CP/M! But yes M$'s own antivirus is nowadays all you need. I think this mess is just getting worse. Consider that with this new fancy Apple...
  • Gene Steinberg
    Gene Steinberg replied to the thread A Morphological Precedent.
    If you're a Doctor Who fan, it needs no explanation.
  • Randall
    Randall replied to the thread Conspiracy Theories.
    The Great Reset: Is Bill Gates Too Powerful?
  • Randall
    Randall replied to the thread A Morphological Precedent.
    Cool. I didn't know anyone had actually put a label this line of contemplation. Dr. Who - The Silurians
  • Randall
    Randall reacted to marduk's post in the thread A Morphological Precedent with Like Like.
    You guys might dig this: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Silurian_hypothesis
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