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Harvard’s Top Astronomy Professor Is Convinced That ʻOumuamua Was an Alien Spacecraft

January 21, 2021

Although the first known interstellar object to pass through our Solar System has long since passed beyond our reach, the Harvard astrophysicist that first proposed that ʻOumuamua might have been an artificial object built by an extraterrestrial civilization has expanded on the concept. In an interview with Salon magazine about his newread more

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Is It Time To Go For Good?

January 19, 2021

In this solo show, host Jeremy Vaeni continues to answer listener questions. First, though, he has a heart to heart with listeners about why he is strongly considering leaving the show and ufology for good, literally and figuratively. For a thorough and riveting historical look at the insurrection, please watchread more

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Laura London, UFOs, and Carl Gustav Jung

Laura London is the host of Speaking of Jung, and this remarkable podcast series explores the life and work of Carl Gustav Jung. Each episode features in-depth discussions with certified Jungian analysts, and there is a remarkable depth to these insightful conversations. Jung’s work can be intimidating, there is soread more

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Dire Wolves’ DNA Shows That the Prehistoric Hunters Weren’t Actually Wolves

January 18, 2021

A new study into the genetics of one of the ice age’s most recognizable predators, the dire wolf, has revealed that despite the imposing creature’s similarity to modern gray wolves it wasn’t even a wolf, with differences in its genetics from those of other canids such as coyotes and dogs greatread more

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2020 Has Tied With 2016 as the Hottest Year on Record

January 16, 2021

It’s official: 2020 has tied with 2016 as the hottest year on record, despite La Niña cooling conditions occurring across the equatorial Pacific in the latter half of the year. The numbers for both years came in so close from the major climatological organizations that the data from NASA mightread more

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A Revolutionary New Way to Understand and Use Intuition

January 15, 2021

                                                       First, Whitley talks about his new book, Jesus: A New Vision which is now available as a Kindle, then and two really wild Out There stories we have recently posted, then we move on to a memorable interview with  intuition expert Kim Chestney. In these tumultuous times, we needread more

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Blue UFO Over Hawaiian Island of Oahu

At least two witnesses captured video of an oddly-shaped blue UFO that appeared over the Hawaiian island of Oahu on December 29, 2020. At 8:26 local time Misitina Sape caught the UFO on video while near Haleakala Avenue in Nanakuli. Shortly afterward, the object was spotted by another witness namedread more

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WHO To Investigate Coronavirus’s Origins, and Reactions to New Vaccines Are ‘Exceedingly Rare’

January 13, 2021

  A team of researchers from the World Health Organization is scheduled to arrive in Wuhan on January 14 to investigate the origins of the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus, and how the pathogen responsible for the largest pandemic in over a century made the transition from animals to humans. Additionally, the rateread more

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What Really Happened In Rendlesham Forest

January 12, 2021

  We may never know what really happened during the infamous Rendlesham Forest Incident, but with Nick Redfern’s new book,, the plot just thickened. Was it a UFO incident? A psychological experiment? How certain is Nick of anything? We’ll talk about that and more–A LOT more! The Rendlesham Forest UFOread more

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Psychokinetic Cherylee Black Video Meeting

Cherlyee brings her wisdom, humor and knowledge to your questions!read more

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Seneca Guns Prove to be a Real Mystery

January 8, 2021

A new study into a form of the mystery boom phenomenon that occurs on the U.S. East Coast called the “Seneca Guns” was presented at the annual meeting of the American Geophysical Union (AGU) in December 2020. Matching recorded seismic data with on-the-ground reports of the enigmatic sounds, the researchersread more

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The 180-Day Countdown Has Begun for Declassified UFO Report

Although the recently-signed $2.3 trillion COVID-19 relief and government funding bill was important for getting much needed financial relief to Americans affected by the economic impact of the ongoing pandemic, the 5,600-page bill also included a committee comment that started a 180-day countdown for the deadline of a report onread more

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The Extraordinary Journey of a Physical Medium

Stewart Alexander is one of the most renowned physical mediums of our time. He is also a reclusive man and gives few interviews. Our mutual friend, Leslie Kean, has convinced him to appear here on Dreamland and on Jeffrey Mishlove’s New Thinking Allowed. As a result, we have this marvelousread more

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How the American Republic Worked, and Can Work Again

January 7, 2021

At a time when we have come close to losing our republic and with it our freedom, it is important to remember why it has lasted as long as it has. This is because the American two party system is in close concord with the way the founding fathers designedread more

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Calls for an Insurrection as Mob Storms Capital

January 6, 2021

A mob was allowed to enter the United States Capitol while Electoral College results were being accepted. If the president invokes the Insurrection Act, it will be the legal obligation of the military to uphold the Constitution and allow the proceedings to continue. It will not vacate the election. Theread more

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Record Setting Barometric Pressure in Alaska and Siberia Trigger Massive Storms, Extreme Cold

January 4, 2021

A large storm in the Pacific Ocean struck Alaska’s Aleutian Islands has setting a record as the lowest land-based pressure reading ever measured in the state.  This was recorded at 921mbar just after midnight on December 31, 2020. The storm was part of a set of extreme weather conditions spanningread more

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They’re Dancin’ Machines: Boston Dynamics’ Robots Cut a Rug To Ring in the New Year

January 1, 2021

Atlas is back, and is wondering if you love Boston Dynamic’s anthropomorphic android, now that it can dance? The robotics design company recently posted a video titled “Do You Love Me?”, named after The Contours 1962 hit song. The video shows off Atlas’s improved agility through a routine of classic dance moves—andread more

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Korea’s KSTAR Fusion Reactor Sets a New Record: 100 Million Degrees for 20 Seconds

December 31, 2020

On November 24, the Korea Superconducting Tokamak Advanced Research fusion reactor (KSTAR) set a new operating record, running at over a million degrees Celsius for twenty seconds. While this might seem like a less-than-useful amount of time to have run the high-tech facility at peak temperature, this 20-second uptime is more thanread more

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Early Humans May Have Endured Harsh Ice Age Winters by Hibernating

December 28, 2020

A new study suggests that some ancient humans may have had an ability that many of us would like to have at the end of each year: to be able to hibernate through the cold winter months. This new theory regarding our ancestors and their close cousins came from half-million-year-oldread more

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Things to Come in ’21: Why to Worry, Why to Hope

December 26, 2020

What’s to say about 2020 except that the pandemic and a world of political upheavals distracted us from the ongoing environmental crisis? However, a few things DID happen that are worth remembering and perhaps are setting 2021 up to be interesting in a  better way. The good news is thatread more

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