The New York Times, which is one of the main newspapers that scoffs at UFOs, has printed an article quoting an energy lobbyist as saying that UFO technology can save us from global warming.

In the May 14th edition of the New York Times, Anne C. Mulkern quotes Stephen Bassett as saying that our government has in its possession “extraterrestrial vehicles. What is the energy system operating that craft?” Bassett asks. “They’re not burning kerosene. It eliminates oil. It eliminates coal. If it’s as good as we think it is, it transforms everything. The UFO phenomenon is real. The E.T. extraterrestrial presence is real.”
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No, it’s not something out of an old 1950’s horror movie. It’s a mysterious object that lies deep beneath central Nevada, underneath the Great Basin. This mysterious blob is 30-60 miles wide and made of an unknown material the consistency of honey. Geologists think this might be part of the outer crust of the earth that is (for some reason) dripping.
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GOING ON NOW! – Today at 1 pm Pacific Whitley will interview Dr. Leo Sprinkle, who has spent many years interviewing UFO contactees and collecting information about UFOs. Unknowncountry’s live video feed is now available in oursubscriber section only, as a password protected feature You can watch Whitley as he interviews Sprinkle and you can text questions to him during the interview about what happened in the past and what may happen in the future.

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Want to give birth to a girl? Move to the tropics. It’s a good idea to provide your kids with sisters because experts say that sisters spread happiness in a family while brothers spread distress. But if you’re pregnant with a boy, you may need to stop wearing makeup.

Experts know that the birth rates of boys and girls vary across the globe, and people who live near the equator have more girl babies than people living in the rest of the world, and the chances of giving birth to a boy increase as you head south.
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