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Originally posted by ArMaP
Some I had forgotten, there are several Cubas in the US, but as I said before, the name is usually followed by the state name, so I guess Cuba, in this case, is the Republic of Cuba.
Cuba, New Mexico
Cuba (town), New York
Cuba (village), New York, in the town of Cuba
Cuba City, Wisconsin
Cuba Township, Minnesota
Cuba Township, Lake County, Illinois
The Air Force spokesman admitted that the object had landed, and during the 42 minutes that it was on the ground near the power station there was no power, but it was restored when the UFO left. The object was pursued by jet interceptors summoned from Phoenix and Stead Field in Reno until it exploded over the Mesquite Range in Nevada in a brilliant glare that was visible over five states.
Also In 1962 Afternoon Hampton, Virginia , USA NASA Engineer Paul R Hill sights a dirigible-shaped object, about 300 feet long, which cruises at 100 mph below the clouds, then accelerates away soundlessly to 8900 mph.
Soon after passing the area of Fort Wool and Fort Monroe, and when it was about opposite La Salle Avenue, it began to accelerate very rapidly and at the same time to emit a straw-yellow, or pale flame-colored wake or plume,
except for Frank Maggio, who reported the fiery end to the object
A man in Silver City, Utah (name blanked out by air force officers in 1976) claimed that the object was a glowing ball of light about the size of a soccer ball. He said it was white with a yellowish tint and a bright yellow jagged flame coming from the rear (confirming the description of Captain Shields). The unidentified witness claimed:
I've seen the Disclosure Project video and that date sounded famaliar with one of the testimonials given to UFO activity around Nevada. The tracking image shown on your map, I, wonder if it is along the path of secret missile launch areas? Likely Airbase's also.
Anyway, it's long past the time that the people of this planet were given the truth about our intergalactic visitors.
Originally posted by SLAYER69
Excellent I love long well thought out posts!
I’ll go over this and post a reply later good job!
I love the bit about how this thing was all over the place driving command nuts.
The Century 21 Exposition (also known as the Seattle World's Fair) was a World's Fair held April 21, 1962, to October 21, 1962 in Seattle, Washington, USA. Nearly ten million people attended the fair
The fair was originally conceived in 1955 to mark the 50th anniversary of the 1909 Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition, but it soon became clear that that date was too ambitious. With the Space Race underway and Boeing having "put Seattle on the map" as "an aerospace city", a major theme of the fair was to show that "the United States was not really 'behind' the Soviet Union in the realms of science and space." As a result, the themes of space, science, and the future completely trumped the earlier conception of a "Festival of the [American] West."
In June 1960, the International Bureau of Expositions certified Century 21 as a World's Fair. Project manager Ewen Dingwall went to Moscow to request Soviet participation, but was turned down. The Baltic states (then part of the Soviet Union) were not invited, nor was the People's Republic of China, North Vietnam, or North Korea.
As it happened, the Cold War had an additional effect on the fair. President John F. Kennedy was supposed to attend the closing ceremony of the fair on October 21, 1962. He bowed out, pleading a "heavy cold"; it later became public that he was dealing with the Cuban Missile Crisis.
World of Science
The Federal Science Pavilion (photographed 2006), "a virtual cathedral of science."
The World of Science centered on the United States Science Exhibit. It also included a NASA Exhibit that included models and mockups of various satellites, as well as the Project Mercury capsule that had carried Alan Shepard into space. These exhibits were the federal government's major contribution to the fair.
The United States Science Exhibit began with Charles Eames's 10-minute short film The House of Science, followed by an exhibit on the development of science, ranging from mathematics and astronomy to atomic science and genetics. The Spacearium held up to 750 people at a time for a simulated voyage first through the Solar System and then through the Milky Way Galaxy and beyond. Further exhibits presented the scientific method and the "horizons of science." This last looked at "Science and the individual," "Control of man's physical surroundings," "Science and the problem of world population," and "Man's concept of his place in an increasingly technological world.
Originally posted by easynow
well said Kevin
*Has honest doubt and questions all beliefs, including their own
*Seeks the truth, considers it the highest aim
*Seeks open inquiry and investigation of both sides
*Is nonjudgmental, doesn't jump to rash conclusions
*Weighs evidence on all sides
*Asks exploratory questions about new things to try to understand them
*Acknowledges valid convincing evidence
*Possesses solid sharp common sense
*Is able to adapt and update their paradigms to new evidence
*Automatically dismisses and denies all claims that contradict materialism and orthodoxy
*Is not interested in truth, evidence or facts, only in defending orthodoxy and the status quo
*Ignores anything that doesn't fit their a priori beliefs and assumptions
*Scoffs and ridicules their targets instead of providing solid arguments and giving honest consideration
*Has a know-it-all-attitude, never asks questions about things they don't understand, never admits that they don't know something
*Insists that everything unknown and unexplained must have a conventional materialistic explanation
*Is judgmental and quick to draw conclusions about things they know little or nothing about
*Uses semantics and word games with their own rules of logic to try to win arguments
*Is unable to adapt and update their paradigms to new evidence