Articles tagged with “alien”
Retired Montreal psychology professor Don Crosbie Donderi, who spent 47 years at McGill University in Montreal, Canada, is convinced extraterrestrial life exists. Mr. Donderi was recently interviewed by Canadian newspaper National Post about his new book — UFOs, ETs, and Alien Abductions, a Scientist looks at the Evidence.
On January 6, 2012, Gary Q. Richards was out in a local Cibolo, Texas park photographing nature. At one point he took a picture of a tree soaking in the Texan sun and didn't think much about it. However, when he got back home and transferred the pictures to his computer, he saw something that he didn't notice while out in the park.
This documentary from 1999 examines over 250 amateur video clips, evaluates several revelations about Roswell, and examines footage of the removal of an alien implant. Former NASA astronaut Gordon Cooper discusses his close encounters with alien craft and Bob Lazar gives his account on Area 51. All in all an [...]
BBC has a nice visualization of the Drake equation and how it can be used to calculate the number of alien civilizations in the galaxy. Today, we live in an age of exploration, where robots on Mars and planet-hunting telescopes are beginning to allow us to edge closer to an answer. While [...]
Metro Pulse—a local Knoxville newspaper—published in February a rather well-balanced article on the Reed family’s abduction experiences. It’s well worth a read if you’re into the abduction phenomenon. Thomas Reed understands that the story he has to tell exists in a realm far beyond the pale of credulity. “I know that this [...]
According to Wikipedia, the term alien abduction describe subjectively real memories of being taken secretly against one’s will by apparently nonhuman entities and subjected to complex physical and psychological procedures. And by just reading that description, one understands why this phenomenon might be considered a bit iffy. Truth to be told, if [...]
Posted on 2022-05-24 05:46:00