Rick Doty Interview – The Paracast

In what Chris O’Brien forecasts surely will become one of the more popular episodes in the history of The Paracast, Gene Steinberg, J. Randall Murphy, and Chris have a most fascinating conversation with former Air Force Office of Special Investigations agent Richard Doty. Doty is, to put it mildly, a polarizing figure in UFO history, roundly considered to be a “disinformant,” and in this rare interview he gets the chance to state his case on a variety of controversial issues rightly or wrongly connected with him. The mind-bending starts early on and continues throughout the podcast. For instance: a classified report Doty says he read categorically affirms that Project Blue Book concluded that 1900-odd of its cases involved extraterrestrial craft. Also, Doty offers things about Roswell, the Cash-Landrum case, the Paul Bennewitz affair, and even “Project Serpo” that may make one’s head spin. He firmly identifies the mysterious “Falcon”–not himself, by the way–and has other revelations and opinions. Information, disinformation, whatever, this podcast will hold your attention throughout. (WM)

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Bigfoot Footprints on a Bed in Oregon Excite Researchers – Mysterious Universe

Call us elitist, but the thought of Sasquatch hanging around on garbage dumped on the side of the road makes us want to say “piffle.” Having got that out of our systems though, it is admittedly strange that a footprint resembling something the Hairy Man might leave behind would be found on an old abandoned futon. Our spidey senses are tingling on this one but since we have no other evidence one way or the other we will have to keep our minds open. Truth be told, there is a long history of The Shaggiest Monsters Of All putting in appearances in any number inappropriate places, voyeuristic taboos be darned. If Nick Redfern is right, Bigfoot seems to enjoy watching us ugly hairless folk get it on. Maybe all those horror movies about young lovers attacked whilst otherwise engaged in the backseats of their parents’ cars are based on more truth than we know. At the very least, it’s a great story to pass down to our teenagers to try to keep them out of trouble. (CM)

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Luis Burgos: A Fire on the Ground – Inexplicata

This piece is a great balance of strangeness, analysis, and good storytelling. A recent sighting of what appeared to be a blue fireball left behind evidence to its existence but none to its identity. Too small to be a meteor, too earthly to be a spook, we’re left wanting to go investigate ourselves. In keeping with the same color scheme, the Blue Flame Ghost, as told around the time of the American Civil War, also leaves us scratching our heads. Too many witnesses to deny it happened but nothing by way of evidence to help identify the anomaly. One interesting element in the this story is that the “ghost” did not respond to interference from nearby humans and continued moving along as if running, which makes us wonder about a pre-existing trail of flammable substance. It clearly scared the bejeebers out of the soldiers though. (CM)

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Steve Canyon Vs the Flying Saucer Censors: How the Government Controls What We Think about UFOs – Daily Grail

Miguel “Red Pill Junkie” Romero examines how the US Air Force mostly-successfully controlled the production of an episode of what was “at the time the most expensive show on television.” “RPJ” thinks that the US military currently needn’t be so blatant, “now that journalists have been properly conditioned to respond to the subject with the appropriate snicker treatment.” Romero thus looks somewhat askance at the current sensation about F/A-18 gun camera footage and a secret Pentagon UFO study program. Rich Reynolds asks UFO Newbie, Tom DeLonge, Steals Spotlight from UFO Notables. How?. Reynolds examines an aspect of this whole affair perhaps as puzzling as the three F/A-18 videos and that study program. Rich’s perspective is somewhat different from RPJ’s, and informed by his own long history of dealing with media types. He goes after the larger UFO phenomenon in UFOs and Fairy Tales. Rich argues that more materialist-minded UFO investigators may be missing other case information buried beneath “hard data” about shapes, sizes, directions, speculated speeds, and the like. (WM)

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UFO Investigator Hayden Hewes Of Oklahoma Has Passed – Oklahoma City Cremation

Hayden was very active in the UFO field in the 1970s and published an attractive UFOzine. He eventually turned over his membership roles to Jim Moseley of Saucer News to fulfill so that he could devote full time acting as an entertainment booking agent. Hewes was the first to investigate the UFO crash in Aurora, Texas, which became quite famous when it was learned that an “alien” was buried in the local cemetery. Remembers Tim Beckley: “Always liked the chap.” (PH)

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Amazon tests 'Brief Mode' feature to make Echo devices talk less

Amazon tests ‘Brief Mode’ feature to make Echo devices talk less Amazon has developed a solution that’ll make its voice assistant talk a little less. Called ‘Brief Mode,’ it allows users to replace some of Alexa’s verbal confirmations with non-verbal signals, like beeps. Amazon tests ‘Brief Mode’ feature to make Echo devices talk less

ASLAN robot arm translates words into sign language for deaf people

ASLAN robot arm translates words into sign language for deaf people Engineers at the University of Antwerp, Belgium, have created a robotic hand that costs as little as £400 ($560) to make and can convert both written text and spoken words into fingerspelling gestures. ASLAN robot arm translates words into sign language for deaf people

‘Dictator’ Putin wins ‘fraud-tainted’ vote: Western media sticks to narrative on Russian election

Preview From Soviet comparisons to accusations of authoritarianism, mainstream coverage of Russia’s presidential election has barely changed since 2004, though mentions of the UK spy poisoning scandal did add a fresh layer of insinuation.
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(NEW2018)Planet X researchers, and government insiders claim a second solar wave 500 times stronger then what hit our atmosphere back on April 2, 2001, is heading towards earth right now! The recorded flare of 2001 unleashed the biggest solar flare ever recorded, as observed by the Solar and Heliospheric Observatory (SOHO) satellite. Researchers claim this will pale in comparison to what is coming next. According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), a minor geomagnetic storm watch is in effect for March 14 and 15. Meteorologists are predicting a G1-level storm – the lowest level on the solar storm scale, which peaks at G5. Is this just the beginning as researchers claim.

We know the Suns Eruption of 2001 was far more powerful than the famous solar flare on March 6, 1989, which was related to the disruption of power grids in Canada. The explosion from the active region near the sun's northwest limb hurled a coronal mass ejection into space at a whopping speed of roughly 7.2 million kilometers per hour. Luckily, the flare was not aimed directly towards Earth. Solar flares, among the solar system's mightiest eruptions, are tremendous explosions in the atmosphere of the Sun capable of releasing as much energy as a billion megatons of TNT. Caused by the sudden release of magnetic energy, in just a few seconds flares can accelerate solar particles to very high velocities, almost to the speed of light, and heat solar material to tens of millions of degrees.

Solar ejections are often associated with flares and sometimes occur shortly after the flare explosion. Coronal mass ejections are clouds of electrified, magnetic gas weighing billions of tons ejected from the Sun and hurled into space with speeds ranging from 12 to 1,250 miles per second. Depending on the orientation of the magnetic fields carried by the ejection cloud, Earth-directed coronal mass ejections cause magnetic storms by interacting with the Earth's magnetic field, distorting its shape, and accelerating electrically charged particles (electrons and atomic nuclei) trapped within.

Severe solar weather is often heralded by dramatic auroral displays, northern and southern lights, and magnetic storms that occasionally affect satellites, radio communications and power systems. The flare and solar ejection has also generated a storm of high-velocity particles, and the number of particles with ten million electron-volts of energy in the space near Earth is now 10,000 times greater than normal. The increase of particles at this energy level still poses no appreciable hazard to air travelers, astronauts or satellites, and the NOAA SEC rates this radiation storm as a moderate S2 to S3, on a scale that goes to S5.

Is it time to start paying attention to the sky as the late Stephen Hawking has always said? Are the researchers right, will these minor Solar Storms being talked about in the news turn into a massive impact for the earth? Researchers believe it will. Remote viewers have been claiming the same fate for earth since the 80's. Could this be the time they were speaking about?

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The Wakulwe Theory Of Ghosts – EsoterX

Where do ghosts come from? Well, it’s a darned sight trickier than the awkward conversation of “When a wraith loves a wraith very much, they haunt a graveyard like mommies and daddies do…”. The “civilized” west continues to flounder, but EsoterX heard how the Bantu have their fingers on the pulse of the paranormal. And it includes vampires. Not zombies, since they’re beseiging Tim Binnall’s home. He’s been complaining about not buying that Zombie-Free Home For Sale On Canada. Also from Tim’s keyboard is a Ghost Filmed Aboard Historic British Warship. Is it real or not? All we can say it has an important-looking timestamp in the lower right hand corner! (CS)

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From The Pyramids To Stonehenge – Were Prehistoric People Astronomers? – The Conversation

Astronomy is the last, and most, profound science available to everyone. But how long have clever apes with smartphones and digital watches been looking up? Not only was Daniel Brown astonished how far back, but the sheer cleverness of the techniques employed for a better view of the firmament. Stargazing wasn’t always scientific, as our forebears reckoned the heavens guided the destinies of humanity. Yet Rebecca Nicholson is curious as to Why Millennials Are Turning To Astrology in this “enlightened” age. Rebecca’s remarkably thoughtful on the topic, broadening the scope from focusing on the 21st century bogeyman of millennials to something everyone has in common: curiosity. Also there are more than a few cool links and apps included for your interest. On the other side of the aisle, Rafi Letzler’s complaining about how The Guardian Is Reporting Astrologers’ Ramblings About Quantum Physics For Some Reason. We get it, bubele. You’re a cringey, euphoric grayface with a dogmatic view of how society should behave, but you lose serious street cred when your piece is full of tweets rather than your original insights. If you are capable of them. While puny humans seek messages from their star charts, Astronomers Say Our Galaxy May Be Filled With Alien ‘Ghost’ Signals. And they would’ve gotten away with it too, if it weren’t for Francis Drake and Brett Tingley’s meddling with the Drake Equation. Perhaps it’s time to crowdsource the construction of the world’s largest Ouija board out in the Atacama Desert? (CS)

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Gay Fairies: When And Why – Beachcombing’s Bizarre History Blog

Fairy’s been an epithet for gay dudes for the longest time, but Dr. Beachcombing wants to find out why. Four theories are floating around, and a friend of the blog provides a fifth which may shed light upon Beach’s thesis. And if fairies were cowboys, they’d certainly ride unicorns which brings us to Brent Swancer’s collection of Strange Encounters With Unicorns including a photo of a specimen in the wild. Sadly, no fairy cowboy astride the beast. While Samarth Bangari appears to be an ordinary toddler, Sakura Evans reckon this Adorable Two-Year-Old Is A ‘Reincarnated God’ Who Can Bizarrely Control Monkeys. Even if the kid ain’t an avatar of Hanuman, his comraderie with the monkeys appears to transcend bribing them with treats. (CS)

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The Monster of Crescent Lake, Oregon – Malcolm’s Cryptids

Whatever happened to “Cressie”? It appears her first, and only sighting, happened in 1910 and Malcolm Smith’s keen to share his discovery. One thing’s for certain, Cressie’s absence isn’t due to trigger-happy hunters. Perhaps she waded ashore and waddled off to greener waters? Lake monsters aren’t bound to their respective lakes and lochs as outlined by Roland Watson’s “When Monsters Come Ashore”. You might know him as Glasgow Boy from other Nessie posts. A copy fell into Nick Redfern’s lap and he ate it up like so many fried Oreos, relishing the deep, high-strangeness transcending surgeon photos and meaningless videos of people shouting, “Look over there!” A little history can be dangerous, and exciting, like the latest episode of On The Track (of Unknown Animals). Jon Downes remains a leader in cryptozoology circles, not to mention producing these fine videos which are equal parts of slice-of-life, creativity, and out-of-place reptiles. Episode 89 is thoroughly grand and a cracking fine way to spend a fraction of your Sunday afternoon. (CS)

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Muslim Grooming gangs have become a pandemic in UK or new norm as ‘WORSE THAN ROCHDALE’ Telford child abuse ring: Horrors of Britain’s ‘worst ever’ grooming scandal revealed with up to 1,000 kids drugged and abused

One of the victims, Lucy Lowe, 16, died alongside her mum and sister after her abuser Azhar Ali Mehmood, 26, set fire to their house By Erica Doyle Higgins and Ruth Warrander 11th March 2018, 12:09 pm Updated: 12th March 2018, 3:21 […] ↓ Read the rest of this entry…

Cave Mysteries of the Nephilim. Are there Civilizations Underground ?

Is there is a direct correlation between the passing of Nibiru and the subsequent 'underground' activity of the giants?

Call it survival mode if-you-will for the remaining Nephilim. Their descendants were not wiped out after the flood—caused by Nibiru—and the only way they could survive …

AI Tackles The Vatican’s Secrets – Technology Review

Astronomers are using AIs and neural networks to plow through mountains of data, so why not the Holy Roman Catholic Church? The Vatican’s resident librarians don’t know what they’re sitting on since there’s so much. We do find humor with the rumor over the Vatican possessing the world’s largest collection of pornography, and now they’re finally getting a computer to look at it. Computers are the reason pornography exists, and vice versa, right? Also from the frontiers of this godless and lawless internet, Coast2CoastAM‘s most wanted, Tim “Two Gun” Binnall learned the hard way about YouTube to Use Wikipedia To Thwart Conspiracy Theory Videos. Fair enough, but what happens when Guerilla Skeptics link to “paranormal” articles heavily skewed towards positivist dogma? Speaking of computers, we contacted Brent Swancer because The Anomalist‘s office laptop’s been acting hinky, but our antivirus isn’t worth a damn. Brent’s response? Computer Problems? It Could Be Possessed By A Demon. Bad enough the DHS/TSA/FBI/CIA/NSA/LOL knows what’s being read and watched off-the-clock, nobody don’t need Satan getting in on the act. As always, Brent’s exhaustive research turns up more than a few nuggets of fortean treasure! (CS)

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Indian Hospital Under Fire for Enlisting Witch Doctor in the ICU – Coast2Coast AM

Keeping with the theme, sometimes spirits, not viruses, make people ill. It’s an ancient tradition appreciated by shamans, but not the Deenanath Mangeshkar Hospital. Someone forgot to call security the other day, and either a local witch doctor screwed up healing, or succeeded in cursing, a patient. There are anecdotal reports of spirituality’s pallative effects. Some of theses cases are so provocative, K.C. Alexander’s Approaching Witchcraft With Mental Illness in hopes of finding peace of mind. He’s a little bloggy here, but those with similar complaints can sympathize, potentially finding solace or empowerment from his journey. (CS)

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For E.T. Civilizations, Location Could Be Everything – Scientific American

“Location, location, location” is the mantra of real estate agents. Same goes for exo-economists concerned with filthy lucre. How could a post-scarcity civilization exist without heavy elements like gold, latinum, and unobtanium? Avi Loeb considers the elemental windfalls of supernovae among other cosmic catastrophes. Moving further with the anthropomorphization of extraterrestrials, Astronomers Listen In On The Strongest Known Deep Space Radio Signal. Could it be the God-Emperor of Tau Ceti on their megastructure’s Twitter analogue, or a natural phenomenon? You’ll have to read Brett Tingley’s piece to know the score. (CS)

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