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originally posted by: coursecatalog
Grant Cameron today:
As Sherlock Holmes once declared "The game is afoot." It appears the open public phase of managing magic is about to begin. One of the two camps is about to make an announcement. In days, not weeks, if I am getting the straight goods. Skeptics should now start working up some new lines.
He went on to say this will be a scientific announcement that somehow ties in with aliens.
What exactly are the two camps? TTSA and Firmage?
Thanks to modern technology, people have an option when things go missing on a regular basis like that. They can set up a hidden camera that can be disguised as anything, a clock on the wall, or whatever. They are commonly used in nanny cams to monitor how the children are being treated but they can be used for monitoring anything in your home.
originally posted by: AlanHenderson
Disappearing Object Phenomenon and The Tale of Missing Contraceptive Pills
Nothing from anything I am involved with. Lots going on but going to be months or longer. Peer review is never pretty. 🤓🤨
You gotta deal with character assassination and recriminations. And it’s kind of amped up in the last year or two. We have a new, recent wrinkle: The wrath of the spurned Ufologists. The debunkers. The jilted, scornful warriors of the Internet, who bravely and courageously joust with and spite, perceived dragons. who are dishing out mighty insults in attempts to intimidate people who are trying to understand what’s going on with them. Or, who wanna share their stories with the world. But they pop their head up on any of these various social media platforms and get pummeled right off the bat. It’s sort of a microcosm, I think, of our times. The anger and hostility that sort of exploded into all aspects of public life. Ufology, of course, has always been contentious.
We’ve always had turf wars and back biting and arguments and accusations about who’s a CIA agent and who’s a disinformation agent and things of that sort. But it’s never been quite like it is right now. On Twitter? The Twit-fologists will jump all over somebody who wants to tell their story. They’re fearsome and mighty. You tangle with them at your own peril. They pounce on anything or anyone who strays beyond the standards that they’ve carved in their dictatel, stone tablets. And along with Twit-fology, there are the Pod-fologists and the Blog-fologists. And the all-around, quintessentially, pissed off, mostly young men, the Shank-fologists. Shank as in a knife, you know? Happy to stick a dictatel shiv in your kidneys when you’re not looking, if you disagree with them on some social platform. So, I think everybody in this room has probably faced that to one degree or another. My personal feeling is that most of these folks would benefit greatly if they got a girlfriend. Or boyfriend.
accusations about who’s a CIA agent and who’s a disinformation agent and things of that sort. But it’s never been quite like it is right now
'Proof' of life on Mars
.....They concluded that the microscopic filaments inside could point to the presence of bacteria that survive by eating iron rust. Writing in the paper, its authors said: 'Comparing recent results and interpretation with other meteorites, it can be raised, that on these similarities the microbially mediated biosignatures can be proposed microbial mediation by [iron oxidising bacteria] on Mars.'
A second Martian meteorite that shows 'signs of microbial life' has been found, Hungarian researchers say, 20 years after scientists first made a similar claim.