The Ropen of North America and Missing Persons

Do you see a critical point in the photo below? (by Alahn, Dreamstime stock photos) Notice anything important here? Scroll down to the bottom of this post to see what’s most important in the above photo. The Right to Know the Truth For generations, Americans have known the phrase “life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.” It’s in …

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Smithsonian Gets “Discovery” but Runs Away From Discovery

The American Space Shuttle “Discovery” takes off on another mission On April 17, 2012, the Space Shuttle “Discovery” took its final flight on the back of a modified 747 Jumbo Jet. It will be a museum piece in the Smithsonian, the largest system of museums in the world. But even though they get the “Discovery,” …

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Pterosaur Seen by Brian Hennessy

Brian Hennessy is an Australian author, commercial consultant, and psychologist, working in China for the past five years. His present home is in Chongqing. Being self-employed, he has been a visiting lecturer in Psychology to the Chongqing Medical University in China; more recently, he has been a commercial consultant to the Chongqing Foreign Trade and Economic Relations Commission, and psychological …

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Marfa Lights and Skepticism

Reasonable skepticism seems to have flown out the window in regard to reactions to suggestions that some of the Marfa Lights may be the glow of a group of unknown bioluminescent flying creatures. Some blog posts are positive, others negative, and one or two are purely sarcastic. How could the ghost lights around Marfa, Texas, be …

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