Listeners have been asking for a chronicle of host Jeremy Vaeni’s experiences. This begins a miniseries on them starting in early childhood, bringing us through high school and ending on an adult experience with broad, elegant implications for how reality actually works.
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We are getting a sudden rise in close-approach UFO sightings on the
sightings report page. We will be publishing them on a regular basis as long as they continue.

Details of Encounter: Sept. 7, 2015 I woke up around 4 am. I am an avid sky watcher at night. 
On this night I looked out of my window and to the left I saw a UFO that was 
very close to my house, it was about 200 ft. up in the air above my 
neighborhood. It was the closest sighting I have ever seen in my life. This 
UFO was about five houses down from my house, very close to me. This object 
was huge I’d say about the size of two small huts put together and in height  read more

The Supreme Court in Germany has recently ruled in favor for the release of the results of a study into UFOs that was conducted by the German government, that has, until now, been legally suppressed by policy makers.

The document in question, “UFOs, the search for extraterrestrial intelligence and Germany’s implementation UN-Resolution A/33/426", was produced by Germany’s parliamentary “Scientifical Service,“ as commissioned by the Bundestag, Germany’s Parliament. While the document was available to a number of journalists, it was illegal to publish it’s contents to the public.
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An investigative reporting team has unearthed powerful evidence that oil and gas corporation Exxon conducted extensive scientific research in the late 1970’s through the 1980’s, that illustrated how their company’s products would dramatically change the Earth’s climate. Then they went to great efforts to bury the issue.

In extensive interviews with former Exxon employees, scientists and government officials, along with hundreds of pages of internal documents from Exxon, reporters at InsideClimate News (ICN) have discovered that Exxon (now ExxonMobil) conducted extensive research into global warming through increased carbon dioxide emissions between 1977 and 1986, in an effort to understand the impact their product would have on the Earth’s environment. read more