Here’s the weekly roundup of all the best new content that is fit to print, and some that probably isn’t, concerning the topic of UFOs, UAPs, and a sugary side-dollop of woo.
Nick Cook, author of The Hunt for Zero Point: Inside the Classified World of Antigravity Technology, discusses his interest in bridging the gap between consciousness research, the paranormal, and the nuts and bolts of inexplicable aerial occurrences. He recounts experiences from his boyhood that sparked his desire to learn. Nick also expresses his belief that the cosmos is aware of itself.
David Marler is interviewed by UCR. David has had a lifetime fascination in UFOs and has spent the last 30 years actively investigating and researching the issue. As a Field Investigator Trainee, he joined The Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) in 1990. He’s worked as a Field Investigator, State Section Director, and Illinois State Director since then. David is a well-known independent UFO researcher who has worked all over the world.
Brian Keating versus Lee Cronin in the great debate of our time – does alien life exist in the universe and where the heck is it? It’s the All-science Smack-Down!
A.S. is back with a sceptical technical look at the possible science behind various recent UAP sightings and videos.
Adrian Reister, 37 years old, is interviewed by the UCR team. From 2003 until 2007, while stationed at Whiteman AFB, he worked as a Nuclear Weapons Technician in the United States Air Force. And he had a rather odd encounter there with a Shadow Man.
Cristina Gomez speaks with Ben Hurle, a UAP researcher with almost ten years of experience. Ben served as the Executive Director of Victorian UFO Action. Victoria is home to Australia’s most prestigious UFO group. He has contributed to the MUFON magazine in America and has authored articles for Ufologist Magazine.
Bryce and Ross begin the history of contemporary ufology with the “foo fighters” in Europe at the close of WWII, followed by the “ghost rockets” over Sweden in 1946. Then there’s 1947, the year the term “flying saucer” was used by the media in the aftermath of Kenneth Arnold’s encounter in Washington State on June 24, 1947. The Roswell crash happened two weeks later, and the “Summer of the Saucers” concluded with General Nathan Twining’s famous Twining Memo, which said, “The Phenomenon is genuine and not visionary or imaginary.” The Air Force was established as a distinct branch of the United States military in 1947. The CIA and the NSA were also established.
The Mandela Effect refers to a large mass of people believing that an event occurred when it did not, based on memories (or false memories). Named by paranormal researcher, Fiona Broome, the Mandela Effect is defined as an instance when you remember something that doesn’t match with historical records. The name of this phenomenon was coined after political leader Nelson Mandela’s death in 2013. Countless people swore he died when he was held prisoner in the 1980s and distinctly remember news coverage of the funeral. Strange and somewhat creepy it hints at parallel dimensions and divergent timelines, and many wonder if massive experiments such as the ones conducted at CERN The Large Hadron Collider could be somehow responsible.
Thanks to science fiction & fantasy author Stephen Hunt for compiling and authoring this weekly report. Best-known for creating the steampunk genre with his best-selling Jackelian series (HarperCollins/Macmillan/Tor), the first of Stephen’s Sliding Void space opera series adventures was simultaneously the #1 most downloaded novel on Amazon UK, Amazon USA, Amazon Australia, and Amazon Canada. Mr. H. now makes time in between scribbling his literary endeavours to go so far down the rabbit hole that we’d need to dispatch the White Rabbit as a Crash Retrieval Specialist to rescue his ass. He’s now released his very first non-fiction work, investigating the odd world of UFOs and UAPs… Strange Incursions. Grab your copy from https://amzn.to/3yUBcRj