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Are some flying saucers extraterrestrial in origin?

Yes
8 (61.5%)
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UFOs or Balloon Surveilance?
« Reply #630 on: August 03, 2019, 01:43:51 AM »
The military is admitting a "surveillence balloon" project.

For some reason they want to target the American Midwest for their realtime, total surveillance project?

Think about it.

In the midwest, its “all ground”. If the military were to float those balloons in coastal regions, there’s a greater chance of them getting lost at sea - which is of little use for the purposes of surveillance.

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« Reply #631 on: August 28, 2019, 01:53:39 PM »
Did you tell the USAF recruiter about this?

Cum over here


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« Reply #633 on: September 23, 2019, 06:00:45 PM »
Brazilian UFOs.
Kind of interesting reports.
https://www.cohenufo.org/BrazilianUFODocumentsReleased.htm
Additional releases.
https://www.cohenufo.org/brazilmilitaryufo2.htm
The archives.
https://myufophotos.com/ufo-archives/brazil-ufo-files-disclosure-documents/
One notes some things:

-the various on-going issues with neighbors and our foreign policy goals towards the country with the world's largest oil reserves (but is a leftist basketcase.) 

-And look into a time line of the Brazilian (and neighbors) politics and UFO flaps there. Several correlate with 'political' changes and US foreign policy.  ;)   

-And, just because, NAZIs in SA who left and joined already German community/areas in Brasil and elsewhere in SA.





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« Reply #634 on: September 23, 2019, 07:31:51 PM »
Just talked to my brother for a few minutes, he recommends I watch this:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PRgoisHRmUE

and I will do so hear in a few minutes after I get dinner cooked up...

(hope it is good)

-p

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« Reply #635 on: October 30, 2019, 09:09:59 PM »

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« Reply #636 on: November 02, 2019, 03:16:00 AM »

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« Reply #637 on: November 02, 2019, 03:57:31 PM »
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X2utCTvqlVI

"There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio, than are dreamt of in your philosophy."


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« Reply #638 on: November 13, 2019, 10:55:36 AM »
Popular Mechanics weighs in. Where have we seen this before, Jackstar?  ;)   

https://www.popularmechanics.com/military/research/a29771548/navy-ufo-witnesses-tell-truth/



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« Reply #639 on: November 13, 2019, 12:21:45 PM »
Popular Mechanics weighs in. Where have we seen this before, Jackstar?  ;)   

https://www.popularmechanics.com/military/research/a29771548/navy-ufo-witnesses-tell-truth/


I expect this to eventually evolve into a Rendelsham-like pissing contest among the "witnesses." Those involved, or at least claiming to have been involved, are already starting to have their stories questioned. Frevor has stated some of those making claims are making stuff up, especially Day. (Having heard Turner's claims, I doubt his credibility to a great degree.) As time goes on, and each of the witnesses get co-opted into different camps, I think we'll see finger pointing and derisiveness among them. I also believe we'll see story "creep" start to set in.

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« Reply #640 on: November 13, 2019, 02:02:17 PM »
Where have we seen this before, Jackstar?


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« Reply #641 on: November 13, 2019, 02:48:36 PM »


Funny you should post that Jack.  I've been waiting for someone to gin up a similar meme entitled "USN Aerial Phenomena Identification Chart" showing photos of Chiclets, Ike & Mike, LemonHeads, Cinnamon Red Hots, Candy Corn, Skittles, Good & Plenty, Jelly Bellies, Nerds, Tart n' Tinies, Milk Duds and M&Ms.....each photo with "UAP" written underneath.

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« Reply #642 on: November 13, 2019, 02:53:45 PM »
I'll allow it.

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« Reply #643 on: November 13, 2019, 04:26:18 PM »

I expect this to eventually evolve into a Rendelsham-like pissing contest among the "witnesses." Those involved, or at least claiming to have been involved, are already starting to have their stories questioned. Frevor has stated some of those making claims are making stuff up, especially Day. (Having heard Turner's claims, I doubt his credibility to a great degree.) As time goes on, and each of the witnesses get co-opted into different camps, I think we'll see finger pointing and derisiveness among them. I also believe we'll see story "creep" start to set in.
Who will be the first to see remember Egyptian-esque hieroglyphics on the craft or get a "download" of information- in a "binary" format? Already you hear the "footage has gone missing" deal.....

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« Reply #644 on: November 13, 2019, 04:39:11 PM »

I almost, only almost, coughed up a late lunch of some chicken-fried steak and a Lonestar when I saw the "swamp gas" one. Haha.

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« Reply #645 on: November 13, 2019, 05:51:07 PM »
Who will be the first to see remember Egyptian-esque hieroglyphics on the craft or get a "download" of information- in a "binary" format? Already you hear the "footage has gone missing" deal.....

I don't expect the aircrew who actually encountered the phenomena to change their stories.  Who I think will creep their involvement are the shipboard coneheads who were operating/monitoring the various electronic systems (communications/radar/sigint systems) in the task group.  There will be eventual recollections of anomalous signals, other craft detected, startling comments made by aircrew, etc.  My only hope is Peter Robbins somehow gets involved in the resulting food fight.

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« Reply #646 on: November 13, 2019, 05:59:25 PM »
I don't expect the aircrew who actually encountered the phenomena to change their stories.  Who I think will creep their involvement are the shipboard coneheads who were operating/monitoring the various electronic systems (communications/radar/sigint systems) in the task group.  There will be eventual recollections of anomalous signals, other craft detected, startling comments made by aircrew, etc.  My only hope is Peter Robbins somehow gets involved in the resulting food fight.
Ha. I haven't listened yet but Rense had some guy on the other night who claimed the "Tic-Tac" are ours and was known some years ago. Some guy named Jim Bresio.

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« Reply #647 on: November 13, 2019, 06:29:48 PM »
Ha. I haven't listened yet but Rense had some guy on the other night who claimed the "Tic-Tac" are ours and was known some years ago. Some guy named Jim Bresio.

Breslo is a podcaster who got his story from a "retired USAF intelligence specialist" who claims they are USAF craft.  See below:

In what may be a buzzkill for ET UFO advocates, a former USAF Intelligence Specialist says the Big UFO Story that broke in December 2017 has a mundane explanation. At least the "UAPs" that dazzled Navy pilots in 2004 and 2014/2015 are ours, according to Mike Turber. Hidden Truth Show host Jim Breslo calls this "perhaps the greatest scientific discovery in human history which up until now has been kept secret." Turber claims access to sensitive information during his former intelligence employment, plus later revelations from others, and to have figured out most of the rest of the story on his own. Host Breslo hedges a bit on believing what he's hearing. But current investigative journalist Turber worked on the Las Vegas mass shootings, and Breslo says everything Turber has said on prior Hidden Truth episodes about that horrific event has proven accurate. Most of what Turber presents could have been gleaned by attention to the articles The Anomalist has been carrying these many months. But Turber's claims could help account for certain puzzling aspects of the overall story, not the least being the rather odd interplay between the Navy and the Air Force. Turber says the Air Force "tested" its "Tic Tac" and "GIMBAL" craft respectively on Naval personnel from the Nimitz and Roosevelt carrier groups during their training activities. Turber's tale centers around antigravity discoveries, but leaves propulsive technology innovations and other problems unresolved. The dialogue gets a bit theatrical halfway through, but at the very least the podcast is diverting. It will be interesting to see how UFO researchers handle this interview. (WM)


https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/realkast/hidden-truth-las-vegas-shooter


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« Reply #648 on: November 13, 2019, 06:48:40 PM »
Breslo is a podcaster who got his story from a "retired USAF intelligence specialist" who claims they are USAF craft.  See below:

In what may be a buzzkill for ET UFO advocates, a former USAF Intelligence Specialist says the Big UFO Story that broke in December 2017 has a mundane explanation. At least the "UAPs" that dazzled Navy pilots in 2004 and 2014/2015 are ours, according to Mike Turber. Hidden Truth Show host Jim Breslo calls this "perhaps the greatest scientific discovery in human history which up until now has been kept secret." Turber claims access to sensitive information during his former intelligence employment, plus later revelations from others, and to have figured out most of the rest of the story on his own. Host Breslo hedges a bit on believing what he's hearing. But current investigative journalist Turber worked on the Las Vegas mass shootings, and Breslo says everything Turber has said on prior Hidden Truth episodes about that horrific event has proven accurate. Most of what Turber presents could have been gleaned by attention to the articles The Anomalist has been carrying these many months. But Turber's claims could help account for certain puzzling aspects of the overall story, not the least being the rather odd interplay between the Navy and the Air Force. Turber says the Air Force "tested" its "Tic Tac" and "GIMBAL" craft respectively on Naval personnel from the Nimitz and Roosevelt carrier groups during their training activities. Turber's tale centers around antigravity discoveries, but leaves propulsive technology innovations and other problems unresolved. The dialogue gets a bit theatrical halfway through, but at the very least the podcast is diverting. It will be interesting to see how UFO researchers handle this interview. (WM)


https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/realkast/hidden-truth-las-vegas-shooter
Thanks, Uncle. I will check it out. If I can find a way to login. No social media accounts with which to do so. So might just listen to the Rense version. The Vegas stuff is intriguing and troubling. How such a bad event almost be forgotten and dismissed? With regard to UFOs I'm agnostic. Certainly they exist- things that "can't be identified."

One notes that there is much rivalry between branches. The history of JSCC, JSC, and then post 9-11 changes are fraught with politicking and budget/control concerns. Whether totally secret vehicles could be produced and 'tested' against other branches? Idk.

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« Reply #649 on: November 13, 2019, 06:56:09 PM »
Thanks, Uncle. I will check it out. If I can find a way to login. No social media accounts with which to do so. So might just listen to the Rense version. The Vegas stuff is intriguing and troubling. How such a bad event almost be forgotten and dismissed? With regard to UFOs I'm agnostic. Certainly they exist- things that "can't be identified."

One notes that there is much rivalry between branches. The history of JSCC, JSC, and then post 9-11 changes are fraught with politicking and budget/control concerns. Whether totally secret vehicles could be produced and 'tested' against other branches? Idk.

That should be the link to the show about the Tic Tacs, not sure why it's showing "Las Vegas shooter."  When I just clicked on it, it took me to the guy's podcast page on "stitcher," which gives you the opportunity to listen to the show for 4 Nov, the night of his interview with the "intelligence specialist."

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« Reply #650 on: November 13, 2019, 08:07:49 PM »
That should be the link to the show about the Tic Tacs, not sure why it's showing "Las Vegas shooter."  When I just clicked on it, it took me to the guy's podcast page on "stitcher," which gives you the opportunity to listen to the show for 4 Nov, the night of his interview with the "intelligence specialist."
Yeah, I figured it out. I hate to listen "online" to stuff so trying to figure a way to d/l it. But lacking a social media presence, aside from BG, Praise MV Lee, some sites make it harder to do or to archive content.

I like "intelligence specialist" info claimed by people. Especially when they are "black ops" and not subject to regular command, job description, scope, or pay-scale.  ;)

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« Reply #651 on: November 13, 2019, 08:15:00 PM »
https://www.kxan.com/news/ufos-over-central-texas-identified/   

"these were not visitors from another world but dozens of satellites launched into space by the private company SpaceX as part of their Starlink project. The project’s goal: to provide Wi-Fi to the world."   

And the video intro is so predictable.....

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« Reply #652 on: November 20, 2019, 05:22:11 AM »

I expect this to eventually evolve into a Rendelsham-like pissing contest among the "witnesses." Those involved, or at least claiming to have been involved, are already starting to have their stories questioned. Frevor has stated some of those making claims are making stuff up, especially Day. (Having heard Turner's claims, I doubt his credibility to a great degree.) As time goes on, and each of the witnesses get co-opted into different camps, I think we'll see finger pointing and derisiveness among them. I also believe we'll see story "creep" start to set in.

Kevin Day is a very good friend of mine. I actually fixed him up with his wife, with whom he`s been married over 30 years. I can tell you that he is THE most professional, honest, straight-laced, no-nonsense, just-the-facts, talented enlisted sailor I ever knew. Kev does NOT make shit up. Period. I`ve spoken to him at length about this incident, and it has radically changed his entire view of reality and life as we know it.

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« Reply #653 on: November 20, 2019, 07:23:02 AM »
Kevin Day is a very good friend of mine. I actually fixed him up with his wife, with whom he`s been married over 30 years. I can tell you that he is THE most professional, honest, straight-laced, no-nonsense, just-the-facts, talented enlisted sailor I ever knew. Kev does NOT make shit up. Period. I`ve spoken to him at length about this incident, and it has radically changed his entire view of reality and life as we know it.

I've seen Fravor's comments about Day both in print and on video.  The video was from his appearance at a UFO conference in Oregon this past spring with Knapp and Corbell.  I found Fravor's comments surprisingly pointed, he didn't say he thought Day (and others) were wrong or that he disagreed with them, he flat out said they were making stuff up and used the term "bullshit."  I'd be curious to know what Day's thoughts are on Fravor's comments.

As I said previously, this is shaping up as a pissing contest among those involved.  This isn't officers v. enlisted, or brown shoes v. brown shoes, it appears to be claim staking on the part of those involved.  I expect the various factions will have their champions/promoters as time goes along who will be trying to make a buck off their stories.  The books and documentaries are coming, and I suspect sooner than later.

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« Reply #654 on: November 20, 2019, 02:10:28 PM »
I've seen Fravor's comments about Day both in print and on video.  The video was from his appearance at a UFO conference in Oregon this past spring with Knapp and Corbell.  I found Fravor's comments surprisingly pointed, he didn't say he thought Day (and others) were wrong or that he disagreed with them, he flat out said they were making stuff up and used the term "bullshit."  I'd be curious to know what Day's thoughts are on Fravor's comments.

As I said previously, this is shaping up as a pissing contest among those involved.  This isn't officers v. enlisted, or brown shoes v. brown shoes, it appears to be claim staking on the part of those involved.  I expect the various factions will have their champions/promoters as time goes along who will be trying to make a buck off their stories.  The books and documentaries are coming, and I suspect sooner than later.

I haven`t heard Fravor say anything derogatory about Kevin (not that I`m really paying attention). I can`t even begin to speculate why he would. Not only was Kevin one of the -- if not *the* -- most respected professional in his field in the entire U.S. Navy, Kevin was the one controlling Fravor`s a/c through this entire event. Kevin is the one who briefed the CO on these contacts and, subsequently,  convinced the CO to intercept them. Further, they both have agreed publicly that it`s their belief those a/c  were "not of this world."  I mean, they are essentially lockstep in agreement on all the salient facts.

I haven`t been in contact with Kevin since not too long after he was on C2C AM. He`s a busy guy, as am I. But I can tell you that he was very deeply affected by this event -- mentally, physically, spiritually; in every way possible. He`s not out to exploit this experience for money. He really just wants to try and understand whats going on and why the government isn`t making "a bigger deal" about it.

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« Reply #655 on: November 20, 2019, 04:02:42 PM »
I haven`t heard Fravor say anything derogatory about Kevin (not that I`m really paying attention). I can`t even begin to speculate why he would. Not only was Kevin one of the -- if not *the* -- most respected professional in his field in the entire U.S. Navy, Kevin was the one controlling Fravor`s a/c through this entire event. Kevin is the one who briefed the CO on these contacts and, subsequently,  convinced the CO to intercept them. Further, they both have agreed publicly that it`s their belief those a/c  were "not of this world."  I mean, they are essentially lockstep in agreement on all the salient facts.

I haven`t been in contact with Kevin since not too long after he was on C2C AM. He`s a busy guy, as am I. But I can tell you that he was very deeply affected by this event -- mentally, physically, spiritually; in every way possible. He`s not out to exploit this experience for money. He really just wants to try and understand whats going on and why the government isn`t making "a bigger deal" about it.

https://youtu.be/f7XJD_54aNk

I just watched this video again, it was not this interview where Fravor mentioned Day by name.  He does claim some of the "witnesses" are making stuff up, but doesn't mention names.  I'll have to see if I can find the interview I remembered.

As I said initially, I see parallels between this story and Rendelsham.  I wasn't meaning to imply I thought Day was necessarily trying to make money off this deal, rather that there are those who will attempt to make money and/or a name for themselves off his story.  Same with the others involved.

What I'd love to see is a round table discussion with all the "witnesses "identified in the PM article, moderated by someone capable but without a dog in the fight.  I'd nominate John Batchelor, probably the best radio interviewer I've ever heard.

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« Reply #656 on: November 21, 2019, 04:16:50 AM »
https://youtu.be/f7XJD_54aNk

I just watched this video again, it was not this interview where Fravor mentioned Day by name.  He does claim some of the "witnesses" are making stuff up, but doesn't mention names.  I'll have to see if I can find the interview I remembered.

As I said initially, I see parallels between this story and Rendelsham.  I wasn't meaning to imply I thought Day was necessarily trying to make money off this deal, rather that there are those who will attempt to make money and/or a name for themselves off his story.  Same with the others involved.

What I'd love to see is a round table discussion with all the "witnesses "identified in the PM article, moderated by someone capable but without a dog in the fight.  I'd nominate John Batchelor, probably the best radio interviewer I've ever heard.

Well, my take away from this video is, first, Cmdr. Fravor, for allegedly being a "reluctant witness" damn sure knows how to play a live audience, doesn`t he?. I doubt he`s ever seen a camera he didn`t try to get in front of or a microphone he didn`t try to talk into. He strikes me as an arrogant prick. That, in no way diminishes the veracity of his story, of course. Just an observation from yours truly.

Second, I don`t doubt for a second there`s going to be some enterprising sailors with a little initiative and imagination that are going to try and cash in on this story. Hell, I`d be disappointed if they didn`t try. MIB? "Sure, man, we saw `em!" Yeah, I can totally see that happening. He DID mention, specifically, PTSD. I suspect there are, or is, some person(s) pursuing that claim. I don`t have any information on that. Kevin may, or may not, be suffering from PTSD. If I had to guess, I would say he definitely is, or was,  experiencing textbook symptoms of PTSD. Fravor has a very cavalier attitude it seems regarding the legitimacy of any claims along those lines. Again; displaying his arrogance. BTW, Kev said Fravor was "shitting his pants, screaming 'OMG, OMG! I`M ENGAGED, I`M ENGAGED!'" when he closed the "tic tac."

Third, I agree with you, Duke. There are some parallels with the Rendlesham incident. Also very stark differences that set this incident in a class of it`s own. Obviously, the evidence in this case is far more tangible, and thus, believable.  All the evidence ties together very well. There`s plenty of corroborating evidence, such as multiple eye witnesses, radar data, video footage, etc. all exactly in line with accepted narrative of this incident which when you boil it all down is: UFOs tracked on SPY1 radar (keep in mind, not just ANY radar); a/c sent to intercept UFO, which was verified as "not of this world" by Top Gun grad pilot with 18 years experience. Very clean; very precise; very believable. Unlike Rendlesham, it`s pretty near impossible for any skeptic worth his salt to find wiggle room on this one.


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« Reply #657 on: November 21, 2019, 09:56:07 AM »
Well, my take away from this video is, first, Cmdr. Fravor, for allegedly being a "reluctant witness" damn sure knows how to play a live audience, doesn`t he?. I doubt he`s ever seen a camera he didn`t try to get in front of or a microphone he didn`t try to talk into. He strikes me as an arrogant prick. That, in no way diminishes the veracity of his story, of course. Just an observation from yours truly.

Second, I don`t doubt for a second there`s going to be some enterprising sailors with a little initiative and imagination that are going to try and cash in on this story. Hell, I`d be disappointed if they didn`t try. MIB? "Sure, man, we saw `em!" Yeah, I can totally see that happening. He DID mention, specifically, PTSD. I suspect there are, or is, some person(s) pursuing that claim. I don`t have any information on that. Kevin may, or may not, be suffering from PTSD. If I had to guess, I would say he definitely is, or was,  experiencing textbook symptoms of PTSD. Fravor has a very cavalier attitude it seems regarding the legitimacy of any claims along those lines. Again; displaying his arrogance. BTW, Kev said Fravor was "shitting his pants, screaming 'OMG, OMG! I`M ENGAGED, I`M ENGAGED!'" when he closed the "tic tac."

Third, I agree with you, Duke. There are some parallels with the Rendlesham incident. Also very stark differences that set this incident in a class of it`s own. Obviously, the evidence in this case is far more tangible, and thus, believable.  All the evidence ties together very well. There`s plenty of corroborating evidence, such as multiple eye witnesses, radar data, video footage, etc. all exactly in line with accepted narrative of this incident which when you boil it all down is: UFOs tracked on SPY1 radar (keep in mind, not just ANY radar); a/c sent to intercept UFO, which was verified as "not of this world" by Top Gun grad pilot with 18 years experience. Very clean; very precise; very believable. Unlike Rendlesham, it`s pretty near impossible for any skeptic worth his salt to find wiggle room on this one.

An arrogant fighter pilot? That's hard to believe.  And yes, I had the same thoughts about the Fravor, the man is a natural in front of a camera/audience.  He said in the video that appearance was first "first and only" at a conference.  I have my doubts, he seems to be having too much fun.  I am impressed with the guy, however.  He reminds me of an O-5 I worked for back in the early 80s.  He flew O-2 FACs in SEA, and had a flair for telling "there I was" war stories.

My comments comparing the "Tic Tac" episode to Rendelsham were limited to the witnesses and how they have formed into discernable, divergent factions, complete with finger pointing and accusations.  In each case there are also a number of witnesses who have opted to not discuss their experiences.


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« Reply #659 on: January 18, 2020, 01:33:43 AM »
https://www.universetoday.com/144622/a-mysterious-burst-of-gravitational-waves-came-from-a-region-near-betelgeuse-but-theres-probably-no-connection/

Clearly it is a fleet of UFOs, or one really big one, using the "PULLME/PUSHYOU" miniature black hole drive system.  Can anyone tell me what space alien species are from around the Beteleuse region?  I hope it's not the scary reptile ones.

The only other obvious explanation would be if the "Black Knight" satellite/object happened to be in that region of the sky and decided to move somewhere else (probably because somebody was taking pictures of it or something).

I am going to have to side with the "Scientists" on this one, it is un-possible that Betelgeuse is/has gone super-nova.

Is Boyajian's star anywhere near that area?

I personally expect to see another one of those weird "extra-solar" objects like Umagumma (or whatever they called that thing) leisurely swing through the neighborhood real soon now.

I hope amazon has a daily-deal on some aluminum foil...

that is all, Carrie Anne!

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