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"According to the story released by China's state-run Xinhua agency, the mystery pyramid is located on Mt. Baigong in an extremely harsh and uninhabited part of the world. Those who have seen it say there are three caves with triangular openings on the fa?ade. The structure is filled with red-hued pipes leading into the mountain and a nearby salt water lake. Rusty iron scraps, pipes and strange shaped stones can be found scattered around in the area."
"The site of what has been dubbed "The E.T. Relics" by the Chinese press was first reported in 1998 by a group of U.S. scientists on the trail of dinosaur fossils. The team alerted the local Delingha government to the presence of the structures, but the story went largely ignored until a report in the Henan Dahe Bao in June describing the site. From their base in neighboring Lanzhou, Ye and his colleagues decided to pick up the story and investigate for themselves, filing six reports detailing the expedition and their ongoing findings. "We just stuck to the facts," says Ye. "We tried to simply describe the site as we saw it."
Facts proved difficult to pin down, however. After a day of cross-country driving through thunderstorms, they arrived at Baigong Shan. "It was like hell," he recalls. "Nothing grows there." As to the question on everyone's lips--whether it's evidence of extra-terrestrial activities--Ye is pragmatic. "There's not likely to be any kind of unified answer that satisfies everyone in the near future," he says. "Personally, though, I believe it's just an unusual geological phenomenon. Why would an extra-terrestrial want to go to such an awful place? There's nothing there."
"When the modern UFO era began 50 years ago in 1947, flying saucers were reported in China. However, they were quickly forgotten when the country was engulfed in a civil war. All mention of UFOs was strictly forbidden during Mao's long reign, when China was mostly closed to foreign influences. "
"For this lifelong believer that humanity has always been observed by advanced off-world intelligences, a doorway was opened into ancient vistas never before glimpsed. CHINESE ROSWELL is a translation into English of a German text by Hartwig Hausdorf that clearly and concisely describes his investigations into unexplained mysteries of the Far East. Hausdorf's fascinating descriptions include unusually marked stone disks found in the Bayan Kara Ula Mountains, the probable existence of Shangri-La, a 1,000 foot white pyramid in Xian, the origins of the mythology of great winged dragons, and modern day sightings of possible extraterrestial craft. If it is true that Alien Mind(s) have long been present on Earth, this is the most astounding overlooked fact in human history."
"I don't know why Americans always care about something out of thin air? "
MANY Shanghai residents have called media outlets over the past few days to report spotting unidentified flying objects in the night skies. The latest report came on Sunday night, Eastday.com said today.
Most of the callers that night live in Yangpu and Minhang districts.
They said they saw an object hanging in the sky, shinning in red lights.
"The sky was very clear, so you could see it with your naked eyes or ordinary telescopes," they said.
A resident recalled that the object first appeared in the southeast at dusk, and "it just hovered there, with no obvious movements."
Some other residents reported the objected they saw on Sunday night was shinning in yellow or blue lights.
The city receives a handful of UFO reports every year, the report said, noting it has been seven years since local authorities went a full year without such a report.
Local meteorology experts said most unidentified flying objects turn out to be weather balloons or a gleaming kite.
The balloons themselves don't give out any light but may be surrounded by lights reflected from nearby buildings, experts said.
An unidentified flying object seen by many people on the night of April 11 over Shanghai was finally confirmed to be a kite by experts from the city's Sheshan Observatory.