The Eyes Have It: New Diagnosis tool for Mental Illness
The power of the eye has always fascinated man, who has declared since ancient times that these enigmatic visual organs are "the mirrors of our soul". The latest developments in psychiatry may now add some weight to this concept, as a recent research study has indicated that the eye may hold the key to the diagnosis of severe mental illness.
Night Vision Equipment Reveals UFOs over Superstition Mountains
These days our skies are full of unknown objects, but many of them are known to people who are simply keeping quiet because of classification rules. These two lights, for example, could be very high altitude planes flying in formation. These would not be known aircraft, and why they would be showing lights at all isn't clear. The preponderance of evidence that these are genuine unknown.
Fukushima: Risk of Future Massive Quakes in NW Pacific
Scientists have discovered the cause of the earthquake that caused the devastating tsunami in Japan in March 2011, and evidence suggests that there is a threat of future massive quakes in the same area.
The devastating tsunami that struck Japan’s Tohoku region in March 2011 was touched off by a submarine earthquake far more massive than anything geologists had expected in that zone.
Now, a team of scientists including McGill University geologist Christie Rowe, has published a set of studies in the journal Science that shed light on what caused the dramatic displacement of the seafloor off the north-eastern coast of Japan. The findings also suggest that other zones in the northwest Pacific may be at risk of similar huge earthquakes.
Thinking May Become Obsolete!
One of the most common complaints about social media is the banality of some status updates. Do we really need to know what our friends had for breakfast, or whether they couldn't get the stain out of their favourite shirt? It can be difficult to think of an endless supply of snappy statuses which are guaranteed to entertain and delight our friends, but have no fear, technology has the answer.
Europe Hit By Worst Storm for 60 Years
When it comes to predicting weather patterns, Whitley Strieber's forecasts are uncannily accurate. Beginning last summer, Unknown Country's Climate Watch
began warning that violent weather would be seen in Europe and that flooding would be likely during the winter months. That prediction has now come to pass, as last Thursday Northern Europe saw ferocious storms which caused the biggest tidal surge recorded for many decades.
Weekender: Is Veteran's Administration Hiding Rendlesham Facts?
We have many reasons to thank our servicemen: for their bravery, for their focus and commitment, for their selflessness and now, it seems, for their unwitting decision to forfeit their basic human rights.
A court case is pending involving Tech. Sergeant John Burroughs and the Veterans Administration (VA) , who are preventing Burroughs from gaining access to his classified military medical records.
Comet Ison: Gone in a Blaze of Glory
Sky-watchers had high hopes for the arrival of Comet ISON. It was forecast to be the 'comet of the century', and was destined to have had a significant impact on both the worlds of astronomy and astrology. Unfortunately, the predictions all fell short of the reality, as instead it evaporated in a blaze of glory as it rounded the sun.
This comes as a bitter blow for those who were waiting to witness its brilliance, as during December ISON was meant to have been a glorious and shining presence in our morning skies. It was suggested that it would even outshine the full moon in daylight and would be visible to the naked eye for some time, though it was apparently a very rare example which unusually glowed green instead of white.
UFO wave over Texas
UFOs have been reported across Texas over the past few days, including orange orbs over El Paso and a cigar shaped object over Arlington. As always, orange orbs could be sky lanterns, but at present the El Paso lights have not been positively identified as such.
Radiation and Unusual Diseases Among Close Encounter Witnesses
Linda Moulton Howe reports on cases of bizarre radiation poisoning among UFO witnesses and Whitley Strieber tells his personal story of such a case. For the first time, Whitley tells in detail the story of an unusual explosion at his cabin that led to one of his cats getting cancer in both eyes literally within hours, and dying shortly thereafter, and what may be happening now to him and to Anne. Linda Moulton Howe then reports on what is known about anomalous radiation and its effect on living tissue.
A Desperate Close Encounter Witness and USAF Stonewalling
Bentwaters UFO witness John Burroughs is facing open heart surgery for a heart problem believed to be related to some sort of unusual radiation, and he cannot get the Air Force to release his medical records. Burroughs was extremely close to the craft that came to rest in Rendlesham Forest, and along with other close witnesses, disappeared for 45 minutes.
Linda Moulton Howe, in this riveting report, chronicles the efforts of senate leaders and others to obtain Burroughs' medical records, without success. At one point, the Air Force even denied that Burroughs had been in the organization. Its refusal to give him his records is, to say the least, extremely unusual, and its further refusal even when pressured by members of congress, is unprecedented.