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Terrence Malick is just embarrassing movie stars with weird sex stuff now
Terrence Malick apparently isn't making movies anymore, he's making elaborate excuses to put our hottest movie stars into extremely awkward sex-fetish scenarios that are about as titillating as invasive dentistry. Only two reasons I can think for why he might be doing this: To thoroughly embarrass famous people without anyone realizing it, or to gratify his own bizarro, wildly inaccurate notions
'Alien: Covenant' faux advert shows you the birth of the robot apocalypse
The next installment of the Alien franchise, Alien: Covenant , just added another cool piece of backstory to the film series, this time focusing on Walter, the humanoid robot played by Michael Fassbender , with a little help from AMD, the processor company. In a short clip posted on YouTube, we see the "birth" of Walter as his parts are assembled (a la Westworld's opener) and his processor chips
Weekend Unthreaded
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Orbiting lunar 'spaceport' planned for 2020s
A space station could be placed in cis-lunar orbit to act as a stepping-stone towards a trip to Mars. According to reports, NASA is currently working ...
FBI Used Best Buy’s Geek Squad To Increase Secret Public Surveillance
Via: OC Weekly: Recently unsealed records reveal a much more extensive secret relationship than previously known between the FBI and Best Buy’s Geek Squad, including evidence the agency trained company technicians on law-enforcement operational tactics, shared lists of targeted citizens and, to covertly increase surveillance of the public, encouraged searches of computers even when unrelated […]
Unafforable Healthcare in America
Unaffordable Healthcare in America by Stephen Lendman Healthcare in America costs double what consumers in other developed countries pay. Proper coverage is increasingly unaffordable for millions. Obamacare made a dysfunctional system worse. Trumpcare, if enacted in its present form, will be more nightmarish, discussed in previous articles. The misnamed Affordable Care Act (ACA) left around 30 mi

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Italian Band Soviet Soviet Denied Entry To The U.S., Jailed And Then Deported
The Italian post-punk group, which had tried to enter the U.S. to play at member station KEXP and then at SXSW, says it was sent back to Italy by authorities after spending the night in jail. (Image credit: Courtesy of the artist)
The 1930s were humanity's darkest, bloodiest hour. Are you paying attention?
A decade haunted by mass poverty, violent extremism and world war gives us one crucial advantage: the chance to learn the era’s lessons and avoid its mistakes Even to mention the 1930s is to evoke the period when human civilisation entered its darkest, bloodiest chapter. No case needs to be argued; just to name the decade is enough. It is a byword for mass poverty, violent extremism and the gathe
Intruder who scaled White House fence arrested by US secret service
A person with a backpack climbed the fence and got onto the south grounds while Donald Trump was at the White House late Friday night The US secret service says a person is under arrest after climbing a fence and getting onto the south grounds of the White House. The breach happened at about 11.38pm Friday night, while Donald Trump was at the White House. The person “scaled the outer perimeter fe
I'm Pregnant. What Would Happen If I Couldn't Afford Health Care?
Prenatal care costs more than $10,000 on average. Dr. Leana Wen wonders what choices she would make if she didn't have health insurance to cover that, and how those choices would affect her baby. (Image credit: Hanna Barczyk for NPR)
Why U.S. Antimissile System in South Korea Worries China
The Chinese government fears that the antimissile system, called the Terminal High Altitude Area Defense, or Thaad, could erode its nuclear deterrent.
Trump vs. the media: the war over facts
The president's collision with the media is changing the way newsrooms operate – and may rejuvenate journalism.

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Being a Trans Mathematician: A Q&A with Autumn Kent
"Being trans is beautiful" --
Being a Trans Mathematician: A Q&A with Autumn Kent
"Being trans is beautiful" --
Colonizing Mars Might Require Humans to Radically Alter Their Bodies and Minds
Training in Antarctica or on the International Space Station won't provide adequate preparation for human settlement on Mars, according to new research.
Eating More — Or Less — Of 10 Foods May Cut Risk Of Early Death
Too much bacon, or too few nuts, can influence the risk of death from heart disease and Type 2 diabetes, a study finds. Nearly half of U.S. deaths from these causes were linked to diet. (Image credit: Paul Taylor/Getty Images, John Lawson/Belhaven/Getty Images)
A Bunch of Handmaid's Tale Handmaids Are Creeping People Out at SXSW
South by Southwest, the Austin-based tech and entertainment expo, is known for hosting some experimental TV promos. This year, American Gods has a giant buffalo , The Man in the High Castle is opening a Resistance Radio station , Better Call Saul and Twin Peaks opened restaurants for Los Pollos Hermanos and Double R… Read more...
NASA Seeks Information on Commercial Mars Payload Services
Planning a mission to Mars and have some extra payload space? NASA would like to hear from you.

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Daylight Saving Time is hot garbage
The concept of Daylight Saving Time was introduced as a joke, doesn't actually save energy, isn't great for our health, and not everyone even does it. So why are we losing sleep and confusing ourselves? Subscribe: Check out our full video catalog: Visit our playlists: Like The Verge on Facebook: Follow on Twit
TIL: Almost 40 Percent of New Yorkers Are Immigrants | Today I Learned
On display in the heart of Times Square, "We Were Once Strangers Too” was a public data sculpture that highlighted the role of immigrants in the Big Apple. The installation won the 2017 Times Square Valentine Heart Design Competition, which celebrated Valentine’s Day through romantic public art installations. ➡ Subscribe: ➡ Watch All Today I Learned Clips here: http:
A Former FBI Agent Explains the Terrorist Watch List | Explorer
Former FBI special agent Michael German explains how government anti-terror efforts can lead to innocent people losing basic rights. ➡ Subscribe: ➡ Watch all clips of Explorer here: ➡ Get More Explorer: ➡ EXPLORER AIRS MONDAYS 10/9c. About Explorer: Explorer, the longest-running documentary series in cable televi
The Ellen Staff’s ‘The Bachelor’ Special with The Twins
The Ellen Show producers play a drinking game called Double Down with #BachelorNation’s favorite twins. "The Twins: Happily Ever After?” premieres March 20 on Freeform. From: TheEllenShow
Owen Wilson as a Cat
Ellen came up with another amazing idea: combining Owen Wilson and cat videos. Meow! From: TheEllenShow
Why most Americans support the EPA
The future of the EPA is uncertain. We look back at why the agency was created in the first place, and why we still need it today. For more of these incredible photographs, check out the Documerica project: And check out Alessandra's piece on

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Ron Paul Drops Wiretap Truth Bombs
A lot of ink has been spilled on the latest allegations that Obama wiretapped the Trump campaign last fall, but very few people have gotten at the heart of the issue. As usual, Ron Paul is the only one from the mainstream realm willing to state the truth plainly: They are wiretapping everyone, and they don't need paperwork or special signed orders to do it.
Bioethics and Eugenics: The Ugly Truth
As more and more increasingly outrageous headlines begin to gain notoriety among the general public--Newsweek making the case for killing granny, for example, or the recent widespread coverage of an article in the Journal of Medical Ethics promoting infanticide--many are only beginning to realize what the authors of the "after-birth abortion" paper admitted in such a blase fashion in the open let
The Least Trustworthy Source in the Media?
It's official: The Corbett Report is fake news and the most unreliable source in the media. So says Le Monde and dozens of other "fake news checking" websites that are telling the masses what to think, and what they shouldn't even look at in the first place. Aren't you glad you're not one of the masses?
Interview 1260 – James Corbett Discusses North Korea with We Are Change
[audio mp3=""][/audio] In this video investigative journalists Luke Rudkowski and James Corbett of the Corbett Report discuss the disastrous geopolitical situation with Kim Jong-un of North Korea. We go over the positions of China, Russia, and the U.S in this latest situation. Missile defense systems are being set up in South Korea,

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Strawberries, Spinach Top Dirty Dozen List of Produce Containing Pesticides
Report finds pesticide residues often remain on fruits and vegetables even after they are washed
Using Nonnative Oysters to Help Restore Native Oysters in the Puget Sound
Conservationists are using nonnative Pacific oyster shells as homes for Olympia oysters
Shell Warned of Climate Change Danger in 1991
Public information film unseen for years shows oil giant had clear grasp of global warming 26 years ago but hasn't acted accordingly, say critics
Most California Dams Aren’t Ready to Cope With Extreme Weather Events
Despite increasing evidence of climate impacts, state isn’t considering climate change for new dams and water storage projects that are in the works
More Near-Disasters Like Oroville Are Very Likely in the Future, Say Experts
Despite increasing evidence of climate impacts, state isn’t considering climate change for new dams and water storage projects that are in the works
In the Channel Islands, an Effort to Save Seabirds and Native Flora is Paying Off
The biggest challenge facing the restoration process has been access to freshwater

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WHEN and THEN it is
some phrases on phrasing so i am talking about inflation in the 1970s and the policy response to inflation and how policy sometimes creates a recession and i get to the point where i say if policy creates a recession then the resulting unemployment is due to policy but i go back and change "if policy creates a recession" to "when policy creates a recession" because the words are stronger by logic

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Buried in the grief and despair of a post-Trump world
Ever since the election of Donald Trump three months ago, it's like I can't get my feet underneath me. I’m not even sure what I mean by that – just that it’s like having firm ground that you’ve always stood on suddenly rocking beneath you, shaking up everything you thought you knew. On top of that, my mother died Jan. 7. The impact was something the same. Both things amounted to the painful destr

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Gloucester County School Board v. G.G - interACT: Advocates for Intersex Youth, et al.
Gloucester County School Board v. G.G - interACT: Advocates for Intersex Youth, et al. (Pdf) Some highlights: This is, as far as I'm aware, the first court case involving Transgender where the binary nature of "physiological sex" has been challenged. Universally, Intersex people have always been dismissed as inconsequential, rare one in a zillion cases of no importance. Or against sincerely held
SrY and 46,XX men
It has often been claimed that "DNA" or "Genes" or "Chromosomes" - the three words often used interchangeably - define what sex someone "really" is. That they are the very definition of sex. There have even been attempts to enshrine this principle in law. Reality differs. A case report of an XX male with complete masculinization but absence of the SrY gene Ghalia Abou Alchamat, Marwan Alhlabi, Muh

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One simple rule to improve Western "representative" democracy
By Denis G. Rancourt, PhD Representative democracy is designed to limit popular interference with elite rule, while providing a nurtured illusion of community and justice. However, if the system goes too far in dissociating itself from the popular will, then the entire society is at risk of destabilization. My recommendation especially applies to the Western states Canada and the USA, which
Islamic Republic of Iran
Tehran, Iran Now THAT is "hate speech"::: The USA criminal regime (always aided by the so-called “white supremacist terrorist” Trudeau of the moment in Canada) openly threatens a mass war of murder and destruction against Iran, a modern state that it has attacked with aggressive sanctions during four decades, for daring in 1979 to oust a 1953 CIA-installed puppet administration. Iran
Links To Denis Rancourt'S Web Pages
My today's list of Trump PROS AND CONS
I get a lot of heat for seeing positive signs in Trump. But I do. It's what I honestly see. I may be totally wrong. If his actual acts contradict the positive indicators after we have had time to see statistics, then I will certainly admit my error. Why does Trump-hate have to be a religion that we all follow? (I reserve the emotions of love and hate for the people I know personally.) I
Amnesty International has discredited itself more than usual with its Syria propaganda
How easy is it for the US regime to buy out parts of Amnesty International for use in its war propaganda against Syria? Answer: This easy! SEE THESE MANY LINKS CRITICAL OF AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL'S RECENT WAR MONGERING PROPAGANDA, BELOW. Amnesty International has the resources to send crews of young workers into Ottawa (Canada) neighbourhoods for door-to-door propaganda just prior

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The Urge To Unite Is In Our Dna / Urge To Surrender Is Soul Based
Death is the ultimate return home and a time of great soul celebration for we are returning to our original oneness and a place of such deep profound love that it's beyond words or description ~ only poetry can offer clues: Allen L Roland, PhD Death is the great unknown and can only be conquered by totally surrendering to the moment and the fact that we are universally loved. Dr Eben Alexander po
The Unified Field / Allen L Roland, Phd
The basic underlying and uniting force of the universe is a psychic energy field of love and soul consciousness (the Unified Field ) which lies not only beyond time and space but ALSO beneath our deepest fears and whose principle property is the universal urge to unite ~ which we collectively resist at our universal peril: Allen L Roland, PhD "Out beyond ideas of wrongdoing and right doing, there
Trump / Bannon Ship Of State Beached
Cartoon Courtesy of David Horsey/ LA Times / Click on cartoon to enlarge The maiden voyage of the Trump / Bannon ship of state is still beached and already there are major leaks while the inner circle ineptitude is on full display. Flynn has been jettisoned, Conway has rightfully lost all credibility, Stephen Miller is a bad rightwing joke, Rasputin Bannon is still penning executive orders from b

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Albert Woodfox and Robert King in Canada: Thunder Bay 3/2 and Montreal 3/17
March 2, Thunder Bay, Ontario: Albert Woodfox and Robert King of the Angola 3 in Ontario, Canada for panel and screening of the film "Hard Time" about Robert King, made by Ron Harpelle. Event at 7pm, Trinity Hall, 310 Park Ave. In the context of the Week Against Police Brutality ( ), a discussion on incarceration and political repression with Albert Woodfox et Robert H. Ki
Albert Woodfox and Robert King of the Angola 3 to speak at Harvard on March 8
At 5:30 pm on Wednesday, March 8, the Angola 3's Robert King and Albert Woodfox will be speaking together at Harvard University it Cambridge, MA. Please check back here and at the Facebook event page for more information.

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Responding to the INF Treaty Violation
Quote of the Week: “I don’t think even the surreptitious and very disagreeable deployment of a hundred SS-20s would have a very significant military effect. I think the SS-20s, in my judgment, in fact, is not a terribly useful military weapon. I think it would have far-reaching political effects… But almost any kind of violation …
The Long Demise of the German H-List
At a meeting in Berlin today I was privy to an update, from someone who really knows this stuff, on the European Union’s efforts to amend its dual-use export control regime. The key document is called Regulation 428/2009 and the review of it, which is mandated by its Article 25, turns out to be a …
A World Preparing for Wars
William Bullitt accompanied President Woodrow Wilson and Colonel Edward House to Paris to negotiate an ambitious peace treaty after the carnage of World War I. Reflecting on the handiwork of vengeful allies in the Versailles Treaty, Bullitt prophetically declared, “This isn’t a treaty of peace… I can see at least eleven wars in it.” The …
Rethinking China’s Fast Reactor
At the beginning of 2017 a little more information percolated to the outside world concerning the hazy official particulars of China’s aspirations to “close the nuclear fuel cycle” by deploying fast breeder reactors and reprocessing plants. What’s coming across adds to other information suggesting that this program for some time has been subject to an …
Reasons for the Great Unraveling of the Arms Control Enterprise
New Feature: Quote of the week “The demagogue, though he professes (and fails) to readjust matters in the interests of the majority of the electors, yet stereotypes mediocrity, organizes intolerance, disparages exhibitions of uncommon qualities, and glorifies conspicuous exhibitions of common ones. He manages a small job well: he muddles rhetorically though a large one.” …
Tear-Down Mode
Republican insurgents in the Congress are now in full tear-down mode, aiming their wrecking balls at what’s left of seven decades of bipartisan achievement to reduce nuclear dangers and nuclear arsenals. The disruptors are now ascendant in Washington, with the Disruptor-in-Chief setting the tone from the Oval Office. He busies himself dissing allies, tweeting out …

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Americans who would like to know what is behind the "iron curtain" created by the so-called mainstream media must turn to the stories of the few Americans who had the guts to take themselves behind the US-created media curtain. Here below, US Representative (and retired US soldier) Tulsi Gabbard (D-Hawaii) tells you what she has found in Syria. Hint, you won't hear it in the "prestitute" US media.
To help refugees, stop arming terrorists – Rep. Tulsi Gabbard Published time: 1 Mar, 2017 23:05 Edited time: 2 Mar, 2017 11:06 Representative Tulsi Gabbard called again for the US to stop aiding terrorists like Al-Qaeda and ISIS, while her guest at the presidential address to Congress, a Kurdish refugee activist, called for an end to the US policy of “regime change in Syria.” While many Democrats
Paul Craig Roberts: Despite the facts, the Washington Post, New York Times, CNN and all the rest of the CIA’s media whores are consciously and intentionally misrepresenting the facts. Americans do not need any more evidence that the entirety of the American media is totally devoid of integrity and respect for truth. The American media is a collection of whores who lie for a living. The presstitutes are despicable, the scum of the earth.
What Is To Be Done? — Paul Craig Roberts March 3, 2017 | Categories: Articles & Columns | THIS IS YOUR SITE. IT DEPENDS ON YOUR SUPPORT. What Is To Be Done? Paul Craig Roberts The question in the title is V.I. Lenin’s question. His answer was to create a revolutionary “vanguard” to spread revolutionary ideas among the workers, the economic class that Karl Marx had declared to be the class rising

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See, first-past-the-post is working again now
In June 2015 the Liberal Party released a position paper : “We are committed to ensuring that 2015 will be the last federal election conducted under the first-past-the-post voting system.” and Justin Trudeau took that campaign promise on the road. At the time the Liberals were 3rd in the polls : NDP - 32.6% CPC - 28.6% LPC - 26.3% The Liberal majority now rests on 43 MPs whose margin of victory i
So this was a *free vote* then, was it?
From the Liberal Party Platform: For members of the Liberal Caucus, all votes will be free votes with the exception of: • those that implement the Liberal electoral platform; • traditional confidence matters, like the budget; and • those that address our shared values and the protections guaranteed by the Charter of Rights and Freedoms. Unless you'd like to argue that *not* implementing anything

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The Faraway Tree - after 25 long years
Never thought this day would finally arrive. 😌 😌 😌 😌 😌 Back in 1992, after my UPSR exams there was this book that I read that really got me deeply immersed in the fantasy land. I've managed to read 3 out of 4 books and when I went to the school library to borrow the last book, the librarian told me the library is closed and cannot read\borrow anymore. To make the matter worse, it was my last

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WE NEED AUTONOMOUS AND ICE-FREE INSTITUTIONS: Something radical is happening in this country, and whatever is happening here, is actually also affecting the rest of the world. That’s the macro view. Whatever is happening is also happening at a personal level. Fear is taking hold and gripping entire communities. For the rest of the column, go to:
Time for Brown Berets to be Seen in Court?
The Brown Berets have a storied history in this country, somewhat akin to the Black Panthers. But for this story, what concerns us is their recent history in Tucson, Arizona. Two weeks ago, two members were assaulted and arrested, charged with aggravated assault against police officers, while part of a protest against the Trump administration’s immigration policies. And it was not the first time
Aztecas del Norte: We can not be illegal on our own continent
“In the academy, [American Indian scholar] Jack Forbes created a path to bring Chicanas/os and others “home.” By this, I mean that Forbes provided historical knowledge about understanding that our legacies have always been deeply rooted in this hemisphere.” — Melissa Moreno, professor, Woodland Community College Scholars in Chicano studies and related disciplines, since the 1960s, have long debat
Light skin preference
Lately I have been asking myself how anyone can do work during this extraordinary and dizzying time we are living in? And I am thinking in the philosophical realm as opposed to logistically. And yes, I actually can work. I’m just thinking that it is a very distracting time for most anybody attending or working at a university. I say this because I’m in the midst of some incredible research — on c
The Indigenous and Black Roots of Mexico
by Roberto Rodriguez A generation ago, while living in Mexico, I came upon the works of Gonzalo Aguirre Beltran regarding the African presence in Mexico, managing to interview him, shortly before he passed away. While Mexico is a nation with deep Indigenous roots, his work from the 1940s revealed a part of Mexico that had been previously unfamiliar to its school children and to the national narra

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A Glimpse of Ground Zero
Since today was likely going to be the mildest day weather-wise during my days off, I was keen to head out and stretch my legs. Of course I wanted to do a little bird-watching but I also just needed to stretch my legs. I enjoy being outside this time of year for the most part and doubly so when I'm carrying my binoculars rather than scaffolding material at work. There's a section of trail that sk
Trail Time
We've been having some unseasonably mild weather here the past few days and it really has felt we may get an early Spring. Normally I would welcome this but of course we got an early Spring last year and we all know what happened.....raging fires and chaos. I put this out of my mind however, and hit the Birchwood Trail system. It's rare that I go there this early in the year. The ground is usuall

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Econ 101 for Potus 45
Click here to read my column in Sunday's NY Times .
An Odds-On Bet
According to the betting odds over at Ladbrokes , President Trump is more likely to resign or be impeached than he is to serve a full term.
You have got to be kidding me
If I did not know the source , I might have thought that this report was from The Onion : The Trump administration is considering changing how U.S. trade deficits are calculated, a move that would make the deficit look larger on paper, the Wall Street Journal reported . People involved in the discussions told the Journal that the leading idea is to count “re-exports” — goods that are imported to
Three Cheers for Kevin Hassett
Numerous news reports suggest that President Trump will tap Kevin Hassett to chair the Council of Economic Advisers. This would be an excellent choice. Here is an overview of Kevin's perspectives on economic policy, and here is my old review of his book Dow 36,000 .
Swagel on Tax Reform
My old friend Phill Swagel has good things to say about the Brady-Ryan tax reform .
The Path Ahead on Climate Change
Click here to read an article in today's NY Times that I coauthored with Martin Feldstein and Ted Halstead.

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Skelton in the Closet
The long drought of English poetry from the death of Chaucer in 1400 ended somewhere around ninety years later, as the cleric and poet John Skelton picked up his goose-quill. We're not so much interested in his poetry (as such) here, but rather in what it can tell us about the state of the English language at the time -- but that doesn't mean we can't enjoy it. Skelton is often given the title "P

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Trump better stay the hell out of Oregon
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New in Inexplicata-The Journal of Hispanic Ufology

Colombia: Three Alleged UFOs over Plata (Huila)
SOURCE: GIFPU and Planeta UFO Date: 03.04.2017 A report by Joe Carpio, GIFPU Colombia: Three Alleged UFOs Over Plata (Huila) On March 3, 2017, starting at 3:00 p.m., a phenomenon was recorded over Plata (Huila) that left locals looking for answers. Three mysterious UFOs were sighted in the skies over the community. According to eyewitnesses, the objects remained static most of the time and as eve
Peru: A Dozen UFOs Suspend Flights in Peru's Jorge Chavez Airport
Source: Planeta UFO and Radio Santiago (Chile) Date: March 3, 2017 Peru: A Dozen UFOs Suspend Flights in Peru's Jorge Chavez Airport A flotilla of UFOs allegedly caused the suspension of flight operations at the Jorge Chávez Airport in El Callao (Perú). The sighting ocurred during the month of February, and what startled Peruvian ufologists is that the Co
Chile: UFO Near-Miss at Chilean Air Show
Source: El Repuertero (Chile) Date: Tuesday, February 21, 2017 Chile: UFO Recorded at Puerto Varas During Military Air Show Images were recorded at a FACH (Chilean Air Force) air show on February 10 Encounters with life on other planets appear to be increasingly closer and are coming to our country. Not long ago, a video recorded by a family in the Valparaíso region from an apartment terrace beca
Spain: Police Look Into Alleged UFO sighting at Santuari de Misericordia (Reus)
Source: Diari de Date: 02.08.2017 Spain: Police Look Into Alleged UFO sighting at Santuari de Misericordia (Reus) Local residence notified the Guardia Urbana to the presence of an unidentified flying object that gave gave off lights and bursts of color. Police officers have not dismissed any hypotheses out of hand, but are almost entirely sure it was a star. "It looked like a large
Spain: An 1897 UFO Over the Basque Country
Source: El Correo (Spain) Date: 21 February 2017 Article by Francisco Góngora Spain: An 1897 UFO Over the Basque Country Before there was talk of UFOs, manifestations of luminous spheres in the heavens were a cause for consternation among people. This flying object was seen in the skies of La Llanada in the
Supernatural: "Refugees Claim Jesus Appeared to Save Them From Dying at Sea"
Source: Noticia Date: February 17, 2017 Supernatural: "Refugees Claim Jesus Appeared to Save Them From Dying at Sea" [ While having nothing to do with UFOs, readers of Inexplicata will remember an article from 2005, "High Strangeness: Our Haunted Seas", which makes mention of similar situa

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Meanwhile, back in Ireland
We've gotten to another point where it's hard for me to turn on the TV . I know this will have to change, but for now I'll go back to one of my favorite topics, the fate of Ireland under austerity. As I suggested might happen , Ireland in its 2015-2016 immigration statistical year (May-April) was finally able to end its net emigration . According to the Central Statistical Office's August report,

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International Women's Day
The International Women’s Day is a reminder of gender equality. Sadly, the majority of world societies have failed to achieve such goal. In general women are still discriminated against and are not equally treated with men, even in the USA. The Arab world is not different. Women are left behind despite the fact that Islam does not differentiate between men and women, as it is apparent in some Qur
Israel and American Foreign Poilcy
During the past week, the media began to speculate the outcome of the meeting between President Trump and Mr. Netanyahu regarding the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. The discussion focused on the issue of one or two states solution. In my opinion, the President provided some suggestions, but Netanyahu smiled and will continue his aggressive annexations of

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