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  1. by Adam Kredo                       January 17, 2019                        (freebeacon.com) • In response to The Federation of American Scientists (FAS) filing of a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request, on January 16th the U.S. Defense Intelligence Agency […]
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  2. On January 16, the head of Harvard University’s astronomy department, Prof. Abraham Loeb, gave an interview where he defended his controversial paper that the interstellar object detected by a Hawaii based telescope on October 19, 2017, and named “Oumuamua”, was a spacecraft of some kind. While astronomers continue to debate the scant scientific data gleaned from telescopes to determine Oumuamua’s origins and nature, a whistleblower/insider’s report of an alleged covert space mission to Oumuamua that acquired much scientific data after landing on it is being ignored.
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  3. by Lydia Morris                    December 31, 2018                      (dailypost.co.uk) • UFO investigator Russ Kellett claims to have been abducted by aliens a number of times in the past, has spent more than three decades probing the Berwyn Mountains […]
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  4. Newsletter & Annual Report: January 2019 The Institute for Exoconsciousness is the first and only sustainable nonprofit organization focused exclusively on humans co-creating technology, teachings, art, and healing with extraterrestrials and multidimensionals. We are building an Exoconscious Civilization and welcome you to join us. This annual report brings you up to date on our members, communities, […]
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  5. by Steve Bagnall and Nathan Bevan                         December 27, 2018                     (walesonline.co.uk) • On a cold, dark January night in 1974 the ground shook with a loud bang and bright lights appeared in the sky above the […]
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  6. On January 11, one of the world’s top science journals, Nature, reported an unexpected acceleration in the movement of the Earth’s magnetic poles that has required an immediate update of the World Magnetic Model used for global navigation by ships at sea, Google Maps and smartphones. Scientists have speculated that the unexpected acceleration is due to “liquid iron sloshing within the planet’s core”, and that in the case of the north magnetic pole, the likely culprit was a “high-speed jet of liquid iron beneath Canada moving the pole towards Siberia”.
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  7. by Chris Ciaccia                        January 12, 2019                           (foxnews.com) • Astrophysicists at Villanova University have published a new paper suggesting that the planet that orbits Barnard’s Star– known as Barnard b – could have […]
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  8. by Helen Briggs                   January 9, 2019                  (bbc.com) • Astronomers at the CHIME (Canadian Hydrogen Intensity Mapping Experiment) observatory in Canada scan the entire northern sky on a daily basis. The observatory, located in British Columbia’s Okanagan Valley, consists of […]
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  9. by Judy Berman                    January 3, 2019                      (time.com) • Based on the true story of J. Allen Hynek’s evolution from UFO skeptic as the head astronomer for Project Blue Book, to a believer suspicious of a government […]
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  10. January 7, 2019            (bbc.com) • Under Narendra Modi’s Hindu nationalist BJP party in India, pseudoscience has moved from the fringe to the mainstream. Academics are embellishing science with instances of Hindu mythology and religious-based theories. And the hard-line Indian scientists don’t like it. • Mainstream Indian scientists have criticized speakers […]
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