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Yesterday β€” 30 November 2021THE ANOMALIST

Telepathy (and Consciousness) Between Humans and ETs? - UFO Conjectures

30 November 2021 at 09:41
In the first of four Rich Reynolds articles, Rich examines the problem-fraught possibility that humans and ETs could communicate through respective forms of consciousness. Luis Elizondo on British TV (11/25/21) is a link to a "GQ Heroes" interview in which Lue expounds upon his standard talking points. His reiteration of the fusing of different intelligence platforms upon certain anomalous events remains mysterious but worth remembering, and the comments highlight some possible takeaways from the performance. One of Albert Rosales' Interesting Stories, on Facebook presents a "Pre-Roswell Russian with Radiation" tale that also elicits some apt observations. And My Company's Effort to Remove Edward U Condon from the AF UFO Study (Way Back When) makes one wonder what would have happened had that effort succeeded. (WM)

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The UFO Information Operation - INFO_OPS

30 November 2021 at 09:41
This disconcerting article attempts to outline that "there is substantial evidence today's UFO mania is the result of a coordinated defense or intelligence influence operation." To The Stars...Academy of Arts & Science and Christopher Mellon in particular come in for scrutiny, as do recent statements from high national security officials regarding UFOs. It remains to be seen how this construction of recent UFO history will be viewed. Daniel Otis headlines Credible UFO Reports Are Being Ignored, Declassified Canadian Government Documents Reveal. Canadian readers will be unhappy to find their nation's policy compared unfavorably with that of the United States. In High Strangeness: Encounters Reported at Area 2 outside of Las Vegas George Knapp makes the unnerving observation that Area 51 might not be the strangest place in the Sin City area. Added to UFO visits over nuclear storage sites are encounters with "shadow people," a phenomenon not unknown in connection with restricted areas. And Australian researcher Paul Dean has received from U.S. sources A DIA FOIA AATIP/AAWSAP Response - Nearly Four Years On. Keith Basterfield characterizes the reply as "In short, please wait a little while longer," and asks anyone who's gotten anything positive to such requests to contact him. So far and frustratingly, no one's come forward. (WM)

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All Twenty Nine Winning BICS Contest Essays Are Published Here! - Bigelow Institute

30 November 2021 at 09:41
You can now read all 29 of the prize-winning essays on the evidence for an afterlife sponsored by the Bigelow Institute for Consciousness Studies. There are a lot of names familiar to Anomalist readers among the winners, including Jeffrey Mishlove, Stephen Braude, Julie Beischel, Jeffrey Kripal, Leslie Kean, Harold Puthoff, Sharon Hewitt Rawlette, and many others, including our good friend at Daily Grail, Greg Taylor, who details how he went about putting together his essay and his surprise at winning one of the 15 honorable mentions in Exploring the Evidence for an Afterlife. Lots of great essays on an important topic that's essentially ignored by science. (PH)

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When One of Hollywood's Flying Saucers (and its Crew) Left its Mark on the Real World of UFOs - Mysterious Universe

29 November 2021 at 09:44
Nick Redfern takes us Back [in the past and] To The Future beginning with some "Remember Whens." He begins with a seminal sci-fi movie and its deeper meanings. With When Aliens Looked Like Us and Acted Like Hollywood's Klaatu Nick develops his theory of life imitating art in the early Contactee Movement during the 1950s and 1960s, coincident with the burgeoning nuclear arms race between the U.S. and Soviet Union. Nick then moves to 1987 and a book allowing him to contemplate When the Human Race Isn't Quite Human Anymore.... The different ideas of Whitley Strieber and then the late Mac Tonnies provide a springboard for a foray into transhumanism. Put all Nick's themes together and we may get the speculative scenario he actually posed in this earlier post: "Flying Triangle" UFOs: Are They Us from Our Future? (WM)

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How I Became Obsessed With Accidental Time Travel - The New York Times

29 November 2021 at 09:44
It's time for some real life tales (allegedly) about temporal slippage. This first is more of a philosophical treatise, speculating that time slips are a result of our own discomfort with the passage of time: "Paranormal trappings aside, this story speaks to the feeling of whiplash brought on by timeÒ€ℒs passing." We balance this out with a chill inducing Bizarre Time Slip: From Present-Day Rural Virginia...to 1920s California. This report describes a pair of friends having a drunken night out and the subsequent hours-long joyride with a man from the past. When this stranger disappeared as suddenly as he appeared, the impact on the original two was lasting and very real--and at least partially corroborated by historical research. (CM)

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Pentagon Launches Preemptive Strike on Senate UFO Law - Washington Examiner

29 November 2021 at 09:44
Here's reaction to the DoD's November 23rd announcement of the establishment of the "Airborne Object Identification and Management Synchronization Group" (AOIMSG) and its even longer-acronymized oversight council. Tom Rogan details some of the major deficiencies in the Kathleen Hicks action compared with the Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, bipartisan-sponsored amendment. Paul Seaburn's New Pentagon UFO Investigation Department is Here points out that the DoD action was foreshadowed as far back as June 25th. Paul also notes vagueness in Hicks' latest announcement and adopts a wait-and-see attitude. One might ask whether a military/intelligence initiative, Congressional legislation that's wider in scope, and Avi Loeb's "The Galileo Project" could coexist in what for decades was a seeming near-vacuum of well-funded, publicly-acknowledged UFO research efforts. Polar opposite perspectives come first from Jason Colavito's Pentagon Launches New UFO Group as Officials Deny Evidence of Advanced Tech. The choice of emphases from the recent Julian Barnes New York Times article Jason cites, along with Jason's overuse of "colorful" descriptive language in the brief piece, do little to enlighten upon the DoD proposal. Then we have UFO Expert Jeremy Corbell, [who] Believes The New Task Force Is The Pentagon Trying To Control UFO Research. Corbell does add some points and even possible positivity to the overall story. (WM)

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Man Captures Terrifying 'Half-Man, Half-Dog' Creature On Camera That 'Stalked' Him - Daily Star

28 November 2021 at 09:47
Amidst celebrity scandals and other lurid headlines, Adam Goldsmith tries to bring a little weird to the British tabloids. To his credit the photo provided is sufficiently blurry to incite the imagination and the tale is sufficiently crazy, but is the anonymous "John" telling the truth? And why not "Bruce," after all this takes place in 'Straya. Among other breathlessly credulous headlines, Thomas Marcum wants to know Could It Be a Bigfoot Grave? Ironically, Tom doesn't give the location of these odd humps of earth for fear someone would dig them up. Tom. Bubele. Are you an idiot? Yes! Digging them up will either prove Bigfoot is real or someone's pants are on fire. Read on for more unintentional laughs, true believers. (CS)

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If Alien Probes Are Already In The Solar System, Maybe We Could Detect Them Calling Home - Universe Today

28 November 2021 at 03:48
"The calls are coming from inside the house" is a time-tested trope for horror films and urban legends, but could the same be applied to SETI? A clutch of eggheads from MIT and University of Liège have a remarkable proposal to suss out hidden advanced civilizations around our star phoning home, but the circumstances outlined by Matt Williams are so narrow and specific to make such a hypothesis improbable. Who knows, maybe you disagree and can make a better argument? Even stranger, Caleb Scharf wants puny earthlings to consider, "What If E.T. Has Morphed Into What We Now Call The Laws Of Nature?" The anonymous author at Mind Matters News notes this could explain cosmic inconsistencies observed by astronomers, not to mention argue as to why the universe seems fine-tuned to life as we know it. (CS)

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Weird Tracks In Texas Indicate Giant Sauropods Walking On Their Front Feet Only - ScienceAlert

28 November 2021 at 03:48
Some of the largest known dinosaurs known were like a whale with Nessie's neck and redwoods for legs lumbering across the planet. A set of sauropod tracks in Texas gave rise to the belief these beasts were semi-aquatic, floating their hindquarters while moving only with the front legs, but that theory no longer holds water. Or does it? Peter Dockrill looks at the evidence for revisiting the proposition. (CS)

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Man Captures Terrifying 'Half-Man, Half-Dog' Creature On Camera That 'Stalked' Him - Daily Star

28 November 2021 at 03:48
Amidst celebrity scandals and other lurid headlines, Adam Goldsmith tries to bring a little weird to the British tabloids. To his credit the photo provided is sufficiently blurry to incite the imagination and the tale is sufficiently crazy, but is the anonymous "John" telling the truth? And why not "Bruce", after all this takes plae in 'Straya. Among other breathlessly credulous headlines, Thomas Marcum wants to know Could It Be A Bigfoot Grave? Ironically, Tom doesn't give the location of these odd humps of earth for fear someone would dig them up. Tom. Bubele. Are you an idiot? Yes! Digging them up will either prove bigfoot is real or someone's pants are on fire. Read on for more unintentional laughs, true believers. (CS)

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The Mysterious Symbols Found Carved In Qatar's Deserts - CNN

27 November 2021 at 09:50
Some folks reckon they're a board for an ancient game of Mancala, but Dimitris Sideridis explains why this theory on these stony cups doesn't hold water. What's even stranger are those potentially resembling boats, but also something akin to silverfish. It's an interesting fortean tidbit from mainstream media perfect for a chilly November Saturday. (CS)

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Why Was This Ancient Tusk 150 Miles From Land, 10,000 Feet Deep? - New York Times

27 November 2021 at 09:50
Talk about an out-of-place artifact, right? Typically these fossils are found underground or encased in permafrost, but in the ocean? As unbelievable as this discovery may be, Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute invited Annie Roth along to see for herself and marvel at this mystery. Scientists are pretty certain this specimen is from a mammoth based upon DNA analysis, but that's easy since it's easily visited by humans. On the other hand, Harry Baker notes 'False Fossils' Littered Across Mars May Complicate The Search For Life On Red Planet. We're not talking about Scott Waring's breathless pareidolia here, but phenomena appearing to be biosignatures from life long gone potentially duplicated by abiotic processes observed on Earth. Coming in at an obilque angle to these tantalizing tidbits, Karl Shuker shares his cautionary cryptozoological tale of The Isle Of Wight Mega-Footprints. Rather than being fossils, these were fresh. But Karl illustrates how he was able to determine their relatively prosaic origins. (CS)

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An Archaeological Dig Reignites the Debate Over the Old Testament's Historical Accuracy - Smithsonian Magazine

26 November 2021 at 09:53
Modern archaeological thought is being continually altered in numerous ways. Matti Friedman demonstrates how the copper mines at ancient Timna, in the desolate Arava Desert in southern Israel, represent "an anomaly that throws into relief the limits of what we can know" about the ancient world. Change geography and climate and fast-forward 2500 years as Jo Marchant says An Extraordinary 500-Year-Old Shipwreck Is Rewriting the History of the Age of Discovery. The remains of King Hans' flagship Gribshunden have far-reaching implications for our understanding of technology, trade, and geopolitics at a pivotal moment between "the end of the Middle Ages and the birth of the modern world." Important finds aren't just being made by organized scholarly expeditions; Matthew Allen relates How a Hobby Archaeologist Uncovered a Roman Battle Site. Dentist Lucas Schmid combined a metal detector, modern archaeological techniques, and good old-fashioned tenacity to make a significant discovery with possible links to a decree by the Roman Emperor Augustus. And a games expert contributes a rather convincing interpretation for something that "has been confounding researchers ever since it was discovered near Jerusalem's Damascus Gate in the 1980s." In Ancestor of Checkers Found in Old City of Jerusalem Ruth Schuster presents Nir Wild's theory. (WM)

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Collective Trauma, Race, and UFO Abduction -- The Work of Joy DeGruy - Intimate Alien

26 November 2021 at 09:53
Facets of the most intransigent problem of UFO abduction include David Halperin's intriguing incorporation of a groundbreaking and controversial non-ufological study, a contribution itself belonging to a most important and relevant field. This reader will also wait expectantly for David's thoughts after reading DeGruy's book. An academic study of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, Suggestibility, and Dissociation Related to Alleged Alien Abductions might be of interest to those wishing to pursue the general abductions topic further, though its proffered "Explanations alternative to psychosis" might be on the "academically safe" side. A testimony that might make everyone take notice is that a Woman Who Claims to Have Been Abducted by Aliens Says She Can 'Prove It'. Mirror Showbiz Audience Writer Paige Holland has the basic details and a video clip, and notes the divided reaction to "Sheera Lumira Rejoice's" videos. Paul Seaburn has a rather open mind but asks pointed questions regarding the Woman Claims She Has Evidence Her Eggs Were Abducted to Make Hybrid ET Babies. (WM)

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The Year 2000 - John Keel

26 November 2021 at 09:52
John Keel is best known for his writings on UFOs--Operation Trojan Horse, The Eighth Tower and The Mothman Prophecies. But years earlier, after writing Jadoo,which was originally entitled Pattern for Adventure by the way, he took on a number of TV and movie jobs. Among his unpublished movie scripts, comedy sketches, and magazine articles during this time was a piece titled "The Year 2000," which imagines the dystopia that Keel thought lay ahead--as well as some wishful thinking. There's more on his work in radio and TV in John Keel and Ò€œCandid CameraҀ� where you'll see an example of his talent as a professional prankster. Now who would not just love to have lunch with Keel? Well, Doug Skinner did just that back in 2002, seven years before Keel died, and the result was published in Fortean Times. You can read the printable result of Skinner's chat with the man in Lunch with Keel. (PH)

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HAPPY THANKSGIVING - The Staff of the Anomalist

25 November 2021 at 09:55

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DoD Announces the Establishment of the Airborne Object Identification and Management Synchronization Group (AOIMSG) - U....

24 November 2021 at 09:58
As expected and with Director of National Intelligence collaboration, Deputy Secretary of Defense Kathleen Hicks has directed the formation of the successor to the Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Task Force. Besides adding an even longer title and acronym to memorize, it's immediately apparent the move focuses on just a particular segment of American airspace, says nothing about underwater phenomena, and may eschew participation by non-governmental entities. On the other hand, the wording "any associated threats to safety of flight and national security" at least implies "national security" is on par with "safety of flight" as requiring detection, identification, and attribution of unknowns. Whether this development tries to finesse the efforts of legislators such as Kirsten Gillibrand will be for debate inside and outside the UFO Community. New York Times national security reporter Julian E. Barnes has initial impressions in Pentagon Forms a Group to Examine Unexplained Aerial Sightings. Barnes downplays the ET possibility for some of the phenomena puzzling experts. In Pentagon Creates New Organization to Investigate Mysterious Objects in the Sky, Howard Altman of the Air Force Times notes the "unwieldy acronym" AOIMSG as well as that for its oversight Airborne Object Identification and Management Executive Council (AOIMEXEC). Oren Liebermann's CNN piece Pentagon Announces Plans to Streamline UFO Reports and Analysis is somewhat friendlier to "what for so long was considered a fringe issue." (WM)

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Man Captures Horrifying 'Half-Man, Half-Dog' Creature That Stalked Him On Camera - Lad Bible

24 November 2021 at 09:58
Australia is known across the globe for its natural wonders and a proliferation of fabulous creatures not always suited for the faint of heart. So we can forgive this fellow who encountered an Unfriendly in the Outback and determined the photo he snapped of a forested, brushy area contained an image of his accoster: Dog Man. Always remember, if you have to unfocus your eyes to see something in a photo, you probably shouldn't have wasted the space on your digital device. We have to ask, Do Modern Tales of Ò€œDogmenҀ� Have Their Roots in Antiquity? There exists a great deal of art with therianthropic themes, so we can safely guess the themes of Dog Men and werewolves have been around as long as humans. But that doesn't mean every dark spot in the woods is a creature. Then again, it doesn't not mean it either. (CM)

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Argentina: Woman Claims Light Carried Her 60 Kilometers Away - Inexplicata

24 November 2021 at 09:58
A weird and very troubling recent incident has local authorities and researchers puzzled. This first article gives the basics of the case, while Argentina: The "Teleporting Woman" Mystery Continues the enigmatic story. Paul Seaburn adds his usual extra value to the case in Argentine Witness Claims to Have Been Teleported 40 Miles by Bright Light. We hope to have more on this as Paul says local ufologist Oscar Mario is investigating. These articles note previous wild strangeness in the area, including a rather similar event in 1983. Perhaps emboldened by recent events, a witness has now gone public to what Inexplicata wonders could be in Argentina: A Cigar-Shaped UFO in 1948 - A Corroboration of the Chiles-Whitted Case? Aside from the details, the human-interest part of the tale has many interesting sidelights. (WM)

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Are There Really Dead Aliens Stored Away in Military Facilities? - Mysterious Universe

23 November 2021 at 10:02
Nick Redfern examines some of ufology's most intriguing enigmas. First he considers an oft-asked question and tantalizes us with some stories--almost literally leaving us hanging at the end. A propos of his previous topic, Nick next asks regarding UFO Disinformation: How Much is Real? How Much Isn't? That's a big overarching UFO question; Nick shows it's also true for the specific case of Dulce, New Mexico. Conspiracy thinking and mysteries course through these first two articles and are on full display with Nick's next query on The Majestic 12 Documents and the FBI: Could Some of The Files be Creations of the Russians? Nick defines three different categories of MJ-12 documents, focusing upon the origins of the early 1990s stuff. Along the way we learn about Timothy Cooper, his father Harry, and the even more problematic "Thomas Cantwheel." And Nick stops questioning and gives examples from one combination of UFOs and Extreme Weirdness: The Crazy Phone Call Phenomenon. Nick tells how other researchers--and he himself--were subjected to this strange pairing. (WM)

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Stan Gordon and the Kecksburg UFO Crash - A Different Perspective

23 November 2021 at 10:02
Kevin Randle's been delving into some of the most iconic UFO-related cases lately. Here he confers with the premier investigator of the December 9, 1965, Kecksburg Pennsylvania incident. Stan makes clear he's never argued that crash was "ET"-related, but this dialogue is a foil to a previous interview Kevin did with skeptical investigator Robert Young. Kevin and Stan review some of the knotty problems and finer points of the case. A week prior, Kevin talked with and about Greg Lawson and His Roswell Book. If it's possible to have a new angle on this hoary and uber-discussed series of events, Greg feels his approach as a seasoned police investigator provides just that. Greg and Kevin also probe the finer but not insignificant details of the Roswell crash story. Another worthy example is Kevin's conversation with documentary producer Jen Stein on Travis Walton. A rather involved hoax alternative and some human-relations issues between the witnesses surrounding the 1975 Walton abduction incident again require detailed examination. All three podcasts provide, as Kevin would say, "Different Perspectives" on these major portions of ufological history, and are much worth the listening. (WM)

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Is This Evidence of British Bigfoot in 2021? - Hayley Is A Ghost

23 November 2021 at 10:02
Research into the paranormal can be dicey business, and when the desired outcome matters more than the evidence gathered, it's a slippery slope from credible to ridiculous. Investigator Hayley Stevens examines the recent evidence of a British Bigfoot presented by Bigfoot hunter Lee Brickley.  Her conclusion? Brickley has incredibly low evidential standards. Next, Hayley has an Update: Cannock Chase Bigfoot Actually Local Author? Apparently there were no Bigfoot sightings in the area until a local author donned a gorilla suit and staged a mockumentary--a testimony to the power of gullibility (She's looking at you Mr. Brickley!) and wishful thinking. (CM)

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'This is Urgent': Bipartisan Proposal for UFO Office Pushes New Boundaries - Politico

22 November 2021 at 10:05
Bryan Bender's interview with Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, the author of the most far-reaching government proposal to study UFOs, underscores the many considerations behind her amendment, the high-profile support from both political parties for it, and some of its most significant elements. (The "CODEL" reference at article's end refers to government-paid lawmaker fact-finding excursions out of the country.) Tobias and Emily Wayland add more context with U.S. Senator Sponsors Effort to Create 'Anomaly Surveillance and Resolution Office' within Department of Defense. Billy Cox, a long-time veteran knowledgeable of both political and ufological fields, offers A Blueprint for Accountability. Billy delves into the amendment, rather marveling at its excellence, but wary of the chances for hoped-for gains from its enactment. On the other hand, Jason Colavito is predictably unhappy that the Republicans Join Gillibrand UFO Amendment, Now Likely to Become Law. (WM)

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My Friend, Leo Sprinkle, is Gone - Hidden Experience

22 November 2021 at 10:05
We first learned of the passing of another ufological icon from Mike Clelland, whose short notice includes the powerful "He was the most heart-centered and caring person I have ever met." Mike includes an interview he did with this psychologist, hypnotherapist, and abductee/contactee champion researcher. LeoÒ€ℒs work was recently immortalized by Colorado MUFON State Director Katie Griboski in Letters of Love & Light: Four Decades of UFO Encounters, UFO Experiences and Sightings Shared with Ufologist R. Leo Sprinkle, Ph.D. Kevin Randle has a detailed obituary at Leo Sprinkle Has Died. (WM)

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Long Before the U.S. GovernmentÒ€ℒs Remote-Viewers There Were Their Psychic Spies - Mysterious Universe

22 November 2021 at 10:05
US and Russian military research is full of Strange Goings On. The remote viewing program known as Project Stargate, established in 1978, was one such oddity. But about 20 years before that, the US was already utilizing psychic spies--and denying it! Check out the declassified documents of the Once SECRET Project Star Gate / Remote Viewing Presentation, Date Unknown. While much of the data gathered during that time might seem mundane, there was A Strange Case of a Remote Viewer and Underground Alien Bases. Apparently the main intent of these bases was to ensure the extraterrestrial presence on earth remained undetected, but to date either that information was deemed false, or it was hidden. (CM)

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To Be Energy-Efficient, Brains Predict Their Perceptions - Quanta Magazine

20 November 2021 at 22:09
Daryl Bem famously demonstrated the potential for brains to anticipate actions, verging on precognitive ability. Eric Wargo captured the imaginations of skeptics and anomalists alike with his maverick hypothesis of the Minkowski Block Universe and our prescient wild talents. From the hallowed halls of mainstream science, Anil Ananthaswamy reveals an unrealized biological use to develop precognition. And by the looks of research by Floris de Lange and Tim Kietzmann, they've modelled these unconscious inferences and how they save energy but also give us a fighting chance at life. Could the same be said for artificial intelligences and their analogues? Daniel Weinberger demonstrates what we can Learn From Machine Learning and why the world might be predictable while meaning remains elusive. Much like the inner life of a subject denoted as "T5" who received a Brain Implant Translating Paralyzed Man's Thoughts Into Text With 94% Accuracy. All "T5" has to do is imagine himself writing and computers do the rest. Makes one wonder if it has predictive text like smartphones, huh? Bearing Peter Dockrill's announcement of this breakthrough in mind, David Robson wonders Can Lucid Dreaming Help Us Understand Consciousness? Michelle Carr takes David down to the depths of the subconscious, the merit of dreams beyond nighttime entertainment, and their application in waking life. Heady stuff. (CS)

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This Eagle Is Very, Very Lost - New York Times

20 November 2021 at 22:09
Hailing from the steppes of Mother Russia, Steller's sea eagle is rarely seen over foreign shores regardless of the existence of wormholes. Bird watchers in North America have been tracking this wayward bird's peregrinations, making appearances in the darnedest places. But did this eagle forget their GPS, or is this specimen leading a vanguard of Steller's sea eagles hoping to find a new home? By the way did you hear about the cat with four ears? Hilary Hanson shares the heartwarming tale of Midas The '4 Eared' Rescute Kitten Who Is Quadruply Cute. He's gotta be seen to be believed. (CS)

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Did A Comet Explode Over South America 12,000 Years Ago? - Sky And Telescope

20 November 2021 at 22:09
For years people have ruminated upon Graham Hancock's Younger-Dryas impact theory, and it seems mainstream science is beginning to take notice where they once hid their heads in the sand. Several curiosities from the Atacama Desert are telling geologists a story of a grand cataclysm with a potential cosmic origin. And what if said object didn't coast through the void for uncountable dark aeons, but rather popped out of a wormhole in our neighborhood. Madness, you say? Paul Sutter found some new research postulating Wormholes May Be Viable Shortcuts Through Space-Time After All. In fact, these short cuts may be more durable than dreamt of by contemporary cosmology. (CS)

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Big Cat On Loose As Grandparents Film Terrifying Encounter With 'Panther' - Mirror

20 November 2021 at 10:10
Caught in broad daylight in an open field, there's plenty going for Eddie and Susan Williamson's sighting of an alien big cat in the UK. What has us stumped is the headline, contradicting Eddie's assertation he was somewhere safe when he filmed the monstrous moggie. Still the footage is compelling! Getting into the weeds, since where that's where all the neat critters like to hide, Magnolia State Live reviews Sightings Of Mysterious Creature Killing Animals In Mississippi Countryside, and some folks reckon the latest could be by a chupacabras based upon previous incidents. In sadder news, Loren Coleman bids adieu to Arlene Gaal, The World's Foremost Ogopogo Researcher Dies At 84. Loren celebrates her contributions and discoveries over the years, in addition to her televised appearances as an expert on this lake monster. (CS)

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