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Ideas About Our Embryonic Stem Cells
At The University Of Wisconsin – Madison
An electronics engineer was fishing when he heard a shrill, whirring sound and saw a round object, with a rotating light on top, land on the shore.
The sound gradually stopped, an opening became visible, and two dwarfs with over-sized heads came out with a hose and pumped water from the river.
Later they appeared to play like children. Their bodies glowed with lights of changing colors. … Read the full article ···»
Most of us are familiar with reports of the paranormal around us – whether we ourselves are believers or sceptics. Entities such as ghosts, and mysterious animals like Big Foot and Nessie, have always haunted our collective consciousness. Amongst all the weirdness that purportedly exists in our midst, there are occurrences, which though they may not all be considered new, have earned increasing attention in modern times.
Ever since the discovery that a hobbit like race actually once existed on the earth, science has been re-examining the possibility that other reported little people may not be entirely mythical. Putting science aside, there have always been those who insist that small humanoid creatures exist amongst us. Recent reports of gnome like or elf like creatures sometimes caught unawares in remote locations have been made. They are often described as being no more than nine inches tall, though with the physical features of a humanoid. Some of them are said to be very hairy. In Mexico and the Caribbean, duendes are small gnome like creatures that sometimes invade the space of normal human beings, either to steal food or for more sinister reasons. Either because of their utter strangeness or some power they possess, they have been said to shock witnesses almost into paralysis until they make their escape. Of course the relationship to fairies and fairy lore here cannot be ignored.… Read the full article ···»
Date: April 18, 1961
Location: Eagle River, Wisconsin, United States
|Sketch of the UFO, based on a drawing supplied by Joe Simonton. (credit: FSR)|
Mr. Paul Simonton, a chicken farmer in Eagle River, Wisconsin saw a disc-shaped craft land vertically on his farm. A hatch opened, and when he approached he saw three human-looking men inside. They asked him for some water. They appeared to be cooking pancakes on a griddle, and in exchange for the water they gave him four of the pancakes from griddle. The episode survived a rigorous assessment by the U.S. Air Force and is carried in their files as “unexplained.”
Artist’s impression of the Eagle River encounter, by Michael Buhler.
A close encounter of the third kind is an actual meeting between humans and extraterrestrials, and Simonton’s is easily the state’s best known. Despite the unlikely manner in which the story unfolded, the episode survived a rigorous assessment by the U.S.
A boy and his parents are traveling along an interstate highway in Pennsylvania. The time is approximately 11:30 p.m. Nothing untoward has marked the drive when he suddenly feels “shocked into consciousness” and hears his mother say, “where the hell are we?” They are no longer on the interstate, but on a secondary road in a heavily wooded area. They drive until they see a sign and check a map.