Whitley Strieber in an astonishing interview with Australian MUFON Director, Glennys McKay. She describes a lifetime of close encounter with beings similar to what Charles Hall describes as the ‘tall whites.’ These are mostly multiple witness encounters, including one that happened in 1968 when she was cured of terminal cancer. You will, quite simply, never have heard anything remotely as powerful and convincing as Glennys’ story. But it doesn’t end there. She also talks about the collection of material from a chemtrail pass in France, and the subsequent analysis of this material in Australia, with deeply disturbing results you won’t want to miss.

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We’ve written that China, in desperate need of energy, is developing new fusion reactors despite the fact that many US scientists say that fusion doesn’t work. Now UK scientists are saying that, before any new nuclear power plants are built, we should tackle the problem of nuclear waste.

Many solutions have been proposed for this over the years, including burying it in the desert and even on the moon. It can remain lethal for a million years, so besides figuring out where to put it, one of the main problems is how to label the sites so future conscious creatures will avoid them.
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Astronomers have discovered what they call an “Earth-likeplanet” orbiting a distant star. They feel they are finallygetting close to a possible discovery of alien life. Theyare searching for another relatively small, rocky planetwhere temperatures are neither too hot or too cold for lifeto exist.

Most of the planets we discover are huge, gaseous planetslike Jupiter, because these are easy to see. However, we nowknow that a large outer planet may indicate that there is ahabitable planet in the inner orbit of a solar system,because the large planet absorbs the blows from dangerousasteroids.
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A vast arctic cold front has driven temperatures to record lows from Norway to Siberia and Japan, and has now brought snow to the slopes of Mauna Kea volcano in Hawaii. Tourists from California who were climbing the volcano were almost stranded when the latest blizzard began. The park rangers who work there all say they have never seen snow thisintense in Hawaii before. While snow is fairly common on Mauna Kea, blizzardconditions are rare.

Temperatures in Moscow have plunged to -35 last week, and the US northeast has been experienced heavy snowfall in recent days. Bitter cold has gripped northern India, and New Delhi has seen record lows, as has Greece, where theAcropolis is covered with snow. Hundreds have diedworldwide, at least 53 in Ukraine alone.
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