Your next car could come from India and your next vacation could bein space. Futurists predict that outer space will become “the” getaway of this century, and could begin showing up in travel guides by 2010.

Researcher Fred DeMicco says, “In the twenty-first century, space tourism could represent the most significant development experienced by the tourism industry?The technology to make space travel safer and cheaper is moving forward.”
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In his recent journal, Whitley says it’s time for us to start communicating with the Visitors and he thinks he knows how to do it. Whitley writes, “Because that’s what we need, now: communication. In 1954, the visitors conducted an elaborate operation over Washington that failed because they, in effect, broadcast, but we didn’t respond. It’s time to start broadcasting, folks. The universe has sent us a message. Hello? Let’s send one back!?Do it now, in your own mind and heart. Now. That’s the only time there is.” NOTE TO SUBSCRIBERS: Whitley’s new meditations are available now.

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New studies suggest that medicine that is regularly being taken by millions of people may be merely a placebo. The drug companies themselves now admit that antidepressants such as Prozac probably don’t work.

BBC News reports that a new study shows that these medicines only help “a small group of the most severely depressed,” and quotes researcher Irving Kirsch as saying, “The difference in improvement between patients taking placebos and patients taking anti-depressants is not very great. This means that depressed people can improve without chemical treatments. Given these results, there seems little reason to prescribe antidepressant medication to any but the most severely depressed patients, unless alternative treatments have failed to provide a benefit.”
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UPDATE – While officials from major countries such as Canada to Japan are openly admitting the existence of UFOs, an economist who was a Cato Institute scholar for 20 years was kicked out after suggesting that the think tank study UFOs. Read to the end for update from Dom Armentano.

In the TC Palm website, Dom Armentano writes, “?They cut me away in a heartbeat because I dared call for more government disclosure on the UFO phenomenon.” This happened immediately after he wrote an article in a newspaper titled “Intelligent Extraterrestrial life: The Other Inconvenient truth?”
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