Last weekend, we put up a color game that asks you to choose a series of colors, then gives you a description of what?s going on in your life right now. Most listeners found it amazingly accurate, but it didn?t work for everyone.

If you?re green with envy because our first color game didn?t do it for you, then try this new game (and give us some feedback on whether it worked).

To play the earlier color game,click here.

To play the new game,click here.

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The concept of ?six degrees of separation,? which is the idea that there are only 6 people between you and anyone you want to reach, came from an experiment performed in 1967 by social psychologist Stanley Milgram, who sent packages to several hundred randomly selected people in the Midwest, with the aim of getting them delivered to target people in Boston.
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Filers Files #5 for January 30, 2002, distributed by e-mail from Mufon Director George A. Filer, tells about a first ever case where a man who was abducted from his boat was able to track his ?missing time? with the Global Positioning Satellite System he had with him.

The GPS system is available for boats and cars and provides accurate time and location information within fifteen feet of the object being tracked. For a thousand dollars anyone can put a satellite tracking system into their vehicle that is about the size of a pound of margarine.
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Whitley Strieber will interview Loren Coleman, author of ?Mothman and Other Curious Encounters,? on Dreamland this Saturday. He will also talk to Dan Drasin, an independent investigator of anomalies who investigated the Mothman with John Keel. Keel, author of ?The Mothman Prophecies? and the original investigator of the Mothman phenomenon, will be interviewed on Dreamland March 9.

Buck Wolf reports in that tourists are flocking to Point Pleasant, West Virginia, the home of the Mothman, since the opening of ?The Mothman Prophecies? movie, starring Richard Gere. ?He?s our monster, so we want to make money off him,? says Hilda Austin, executive director of the Point Pleasant Chamber of Commerce. ?We don?t want anyone stealing our thunder.?
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