Monthly Archives: August 2010

Animated map of nuclear explosions 1945-1998

This fascinating animation by Isao Hashimoto demonstrates the geographic spread, and frequency, of the 2053 known nuclear detonations around the globe since 1945,  beginning with America’s Manhattan Project and ending in India and Pakistan – North Korea’s 2006 and 2009 tests … Continue reading

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MOD UFO files reflect impact of US disinformation

[RAF Rudloe Manor, photo by Derek Hawkins] The latest batch of MOD UFO files has been made available at the National Archives, once again sifted through and contextualised by Dr David Clarke, who writes about the new releases on his … Continue reading

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Stranger at the Pentagon

Following on from my last post, here’s UFO author Frank Stranges discussing Valiant Thor – the Pentagon’s in-house Venusian advisor:

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UFOs at the White House

Former Clinton White House staffer John Podesta has written a foreword to a new pro-ET book by Leslie Kean simply called UFO. I’m looking forward to reading it, as it’s based on testimony from American military and government insiders and Kean is clearly … Continue reading

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Whither UFO Wikileaks?

Over at his blog, the  journalist, folklorist and UFO researcher Dr David Clarke asks what ramifications the recent US military document release to Wikileaks might have on the world of ufology: Many thousands, if not millions of people across the … Continue reading

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