An Extraordinary Object Photographed in Canada
This object was photographed on June 17 at about 7:45 PM in Oshawa, Ontario. "It came out of nowhere" said wildlife photographer Ken Rice. It was visible for a short time, during which Rice managed to take two clear shots with his camera. He has been unable to identify it, and that goes for our photographic experts, too. It's not a computer graphic and if Mr. Rice's description of its speed of movement is correct, it isn't a balloon, either. This leaves "unidentified flying object" but don't assume that your Out There editor has concluded from this that aliens are now speeding around in giant pies.
New Solar-Powered Paint can Produce Hydrogen as a Clean Energy Source
In science's quest to develop less polluting sources of energy, hydrogen gas has often been used as an example as a potential replacement for fossil fuels: aside from being the most abundant substance in the universe, it is also the most combustible natural substance known, and only produces pure water when burned with oxygen. Unfortunately, the chemical instability of its gaseous form means that storing it is inherently hazardous, and the extraction of the gas from hydrogen's more stable forms, such as water or petroleum products, can be highly energy inefficient, or produce a disproportionate amount of waste pollutants.
Leaked MJ-12 Document Questioned
An alleged Defense Intelligence Agency UFO briefing document has been leaked to the host of the late-night talk radio program Midnight in the Desert,
Heather Wade. Wade reported her receipt of the document
on June 13, 2017, from two retired military personnel that she is familiar with, although she says she plans to keep their identities a secret. Although the authenticity of the documents have yet to be verified, at least one U.S. Navy analyst has already cast doubt on the legitimacy of the papers.
Whitley's Eerie May 7 Missing TIme Expeirence
On May 7, Whitley Strieber had a missing time experience in the middle of the Los Angeles airport. It was the first such experience he has ever had that was so overt and undeniable. On June 15, he explored it further with Laurie MacDonald, and here he reports both on the experience itself and his surprising findings.
The MJ-12 Documents and a Creepy Possibility
Heather Wade at Midnight in the Desert recently received from what she described as a trusted source a document that is allegedly an MJ-12 report on the Aztec UFO crash of 1947. While the document is stamped with classification notices, its release was probably not illegal as it is more than 30 years old and does not appear to discuss matters of national security importance as defined under the National Security Act.
What it does discuss is this crash and an interview with an individual who was said to have lived through it, assumed to be an alien. While he or she isn’t described in detail, the individual speaks good English and even has a rather sardonic sense of humor.'
UFO Disclosure and the Close Encounter WItness
As we move closer to UFO disclosure, it's time for close encounter witnesses to start thinking about the role we're going to play in the process. The public is going to be led to believe that aliens are here from another planet and that there is a relationship between them and our government. But is this really true, or is it a story designed to make sure that official control is maintained, and that the public and the media continue to look to official sources for guidance?
The Key Revisited
Much has been made of Whitley Strieber's book-that-won't-quit, The Key that brings to mind 2 simple questions: How do we discern an experiencer's truthfulness when they bring forth extraordinary claims with no direct evidence? And, What are our motives in asking?