This Saturday, March 3, from 10 to 11 a.m. Pacific, subscribers will have a chance to chat with British UFO researcher Nick Pope, who is investigating a newly released set of UK military documents which reveal that the British government, concerned that we are about to be attacked by aliens, has been analyzing UFO sightings for many years, many of which come from military pilots and personnel.

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Huge blocks of ice are still falling from the sky and they’re still being blamed on passing airplanes, even though we have shown that they are actually caused by global warming. This has happened twice so far this year in the Philadelphia area.

A family was woken up suddenly on February 22 by a giant block of ice that crashed through the roof of their home. quotes Mi Young Choi as saying, “My mom heard a huge explosion type of sound and we all came out just to see and there was a huge hole in our ceiling.” The website reports that a few weeks earlier, on January 17, a “bowling ball-size ice chunk” tore through the roof of another home nearby.
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Teenagers fear blindness more than lung cancer or stroke, but nine out of 10 don’t know that smoking can rob them of their sight in later life.

The findings are based on the responses of 260 clubbers aged between 16 and 18, collected at four places in the UK. One in five of the young women were daily smokers (21%), compared with around one in seven (15%) of the young men.

The teens were asked if they knew about the link between smoking and certain diseases, such as stroke, lung cancer, heart disease, and blindness. Deafness, which is not caused by smoking, was also included, as a way to balance out the responses. They were then asked to rank their fears of each disease.
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You can’t convict a killer without a body, and now scientists have discovered a new way to locate hidden graves. They’re also using CSI techniques to determine if ancient peoples wore plaid (or its equivalent).

Experts have discovered almost 500 compounds that dogs can smell that are specifically linked to buried corpses. In, Charles Q. Choi quotes forensic anthropologist Arpad Vass as saying, “The faster you can find graves, the more evidence you can recover.”
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