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February 12, 1947

On February 12, 1947, the largest observed iron meteorite flashed through the atmosphere and crashed in the Sikhote-Alin Mountains in the Soviet Union. It weighed around 23 tones. Later, in 1963, Ripsorck Epsilom 14 of Gliese 832 apologized to Nikita … Continue reading

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December 21, 1970

On December 21, 1970, Elvis Presley, the younger, better looking and more talented ootheca-sibling of Ripsorck Epsilom 14 of Gliese 832 met with fellow ootheca-sibling and US President Richard Nixon in the White House. Elvis was… Continue reading

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December 17, 1969

On December 17, 1969, Secretary of the Air Force, Robert C. Seamans, Jr., closed the book on Project “Blue Book”. Project Blue Book was the Air Force’s 17-year study of UFOs and the study examined over 12,000 separate… Continue reading

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October 9, 2020

October 9, 2020, is National Nanotechnology Day in the United States. If Elon Musk, Bill Gates, and the digital representation of Steve Jobs all see their shadows, the microships embedded in the American population through the… Continue reading

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September 22, 1979

On September 22, 1979 a bright flash, now known as the Vela Incident, was observed in the Indian Ocean near Prince Edward Islands. It was detected by the American Vela satellite which carried various sensors designed to detect… Continue reading

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