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Moving line between believable/not

There was a time, not long ago, when reports of the unusual were more ... unusual. And by that I don’t mean more bizarre,...

Sightings by pilots can’t be ignored

Few topics of conversation have been more stigmatized in the United States over the past 70-odd years than sightings of unexplained aerial phenomena. Anyone...

Opposition to harmful newsprint tariffs grows

There’s an issue on which members of the state’s congressional delegation, including the two vying to become New Mexico’s next governor, were recently able...

How a rock star facilitated the disclosure of the Department of...

The U.S. government has not acknowledged that it has investigated a UFO case and have been unable to identify it since 1969 when they...

Smokey and the wildland/urban interface

A marketing campaign considered by many the most successful in the history of advertising will celebrate a significant milestone next year, and in doing...

Sister airports a perfect match

There may have been a point in human history when conspiracy theories were rare. But that would have been very, very early on. Seeing...

Alien implants documentary convinces filmmaker

A paranormal documentary filmmaker who explores people’s extraordinary beliefs has tackled the often ridiculed topic of alien abduction, and the related phenomenon of alien...

Western wildfires burn with surprising speed

No one wants to see more of any sort of natural disaster. Unfortunately, in recent years we’ve witnessed an increase in any number of...

NASA’s reminder that science can inspire

The fact that there are some things computers and robots do exceptionally well, far more efficiently than any human could, has for decades led...

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