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Archive for February, 2008

What The Bleep Are You Talking About?

Priceless. Keep reading for more.

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Rahmens: STUDY

More known as the actors who play the Japanese Mac vs. PC ads, the Rahmens duo is pure genius.

Here they deal with science and the paranormal. Fun and inspiring.

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Were the Caesars Astronauts?

More than 21.000 cubic meters of solid rock, in individual blocks weighing each up to six tons, making up a total mass of 50.000 tons. It’s not possible to penetrate even a sharp razor blade between the massive blocks, perfectly fit with one another. After millennia, the monument reaching for the skies still preserve its simple and elegant forms that would be mirrored in so many places around the world.

As the old saying go, “man fears time. But time fears the Pont Du Gard“.

Because we are not talking about the Great Pyramid, but about the bridge built by the Romans around the beginning of the Christian Era.

The Pont du Gard. The arrow points to mere human beings. [photo by Jack Johanson]

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UFO Garakuta


This is a very common alien figure, around a meter in size. I don’t know who were the original makers (if you do, please add a comment). Continue reading for the horrible truth.

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Norway in UFO photos



Dear Colleagues:
We are happy to announce the release of the complete, expanded version of our joint paper “Norway in UFO Photographs: The First Catalogue“, a 206-page report that includes, in addition to an amazing number of pictures, a catalogue of case summaries, a statistical analysis of data, and a bibliography, as well as the full catalogue spreadsheet.

The report is written in English and it can be found in the following links:

As a pdf file: http://www.box.net/shared/jz8mqdxuss (15.5 MB)
or http://www.divshare.com/download/3676380-e4 (15.5Mb)

As a Word.doc file: http://www.box.net/shared/ff8ilhzms8 (54.8 MB)

The FOTOCAT catalogue’s spreadsheet for Norway (an Excel file), on which this research is based, is in the following link:

We expect you find this research report of interest.

Sincerely yours,

Vicente-Juan Ballester Olmos
Manager, FOTOCAT Project
Valencia, Spain
[email protected]
Ole-Jonny Brænne
Oslo, Norway
[email protected]

FOTOCAT Blog http://fotocat.blogspot.com/

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