UPDATE with new Oct. 17th NEW video — October 17, 2018 Albuquerque, New Mexico – During the first ten minutes of tonight’s Earthfiles YouTube Channel broadcast, the puzzling “fog” returned in front of Linda as she said: “I’m waiting for a very specific…”Click for report.
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Update – Tune In LIVE October 25th PHENOMENON Radio with co-hosts Linda Moulton Howe, Reporter and Editor of Earthfiles.com, and retired USAF Tech Sgt. John Burroughs. Our guest is Diana Walsh Pasulka, Ph.D., author of American Cosmic: UFOs, Religion, Technology that will be released in January 2019 from Oxford University Press. The Conjuring’s Carey Hayes calls Diana Pasulka’s new book “a mind-bending journey.” Dr. Pasulka is Professor of Religious Studies at the University of North Carolina in Wilmington and Chair of the Dept. of Philosophy and Religion. Her research focuses on religion and technology, including supernatural beliefs. For American Cosmic, Diana traveled to New Mexico; the Vatican Secret Archive and Space Observatory; and Silicon Valley. Her Americancosmic.com website says about her new book, “She interviews brilliant scientists who believe their innovative technologies are inspired by alien artifacts.”
“I don’t know any words, in any language, to match the beauty.” – ISS Astronaut Alexander Gerst
“Sunrises. We experience 16 sunrises every 24 hours on the International Space Station as it takes us 90 minutes to do a complete orbit of our planet flying at 28,800 kilometers per hour.” – 2016, ISS Astronaut Thomas Pesquet now retired
“In 2016, Juan Fernandez-Diaz, with the University of Houston, and his team flew over more than 800 square miles of forest in Guatemala in an airplane equipped with lidar. For every second they flew, about 2,000 feet above the jungle canopy, the lidar sent about half a million laser pulses (to the ground).” – Nicholas St. Fleur, TNYT, October 2, 2018
“This particular neutron star belongs to a group of seven nearby X-ray pulsars nicknamed ‘the Magnificent Seven’ that are hotter than they ought to be considering their ages and available energy reservoir provided by the loss of rotation energy.”
– Bettina Posselt, Ph.D., Assoc. Research Prof. of Astronomy and Astrophysics, Pennsylvania State University, State College, PAClick for report.