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Mysterious UFOs are believed to have become frequent guests in Russia’s southern Republic of Kalmykia. Every ten days this month, hundreds in the city of Elista, the capital of Russia’s southern Republic of Kalmykia, witnessed several UFOs at the same time, Nezavisimaya newspaper has reported.
The last one was noticed on December 22 between 3 and 7 p.m. Some say it looked like two circles rotating clockwise and counter-clockwise, while others describe it as a lit triangle. People managed to record the video of UFOs. However, local journalists believe it could be simple man-made objects, but promised to investigate.
Meanwhile, the republic’s former governor, Kirsan Ilyumzhinov, claims that he has made friends with aliens after they first allegedly abducted him from his Moscow apartment…
Lesley Stahl gets the first look at the rehearsal and production of “Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark,” the most ambitious and expensive musical ever brought to a Broadway stage on a recent 60 Minutes:
Because the President of the United States took a trip to India … ‘Nuff said in the headline. Enjoy:
Fresh from the recent New York State gubernatorial debate, Jimmy McMillan of the Rent is Too Damn High Party speaks the truth.
This is how I deal with commerce questions …
ABC News: In a small New England town, members of a support group, which boasts a growing membership of 1,500, gather for a “secret” meeting.
“I wanna let you know that you’re not alone,” the group leader begins.
Twin sisters Audrey and Debbie, who have asked that their last name and hometown be withheld, have also come a long way to share their experiences.
“It was a long, tiresome battle,” Audrey said. “It’s impacted my life tremendously. I’m still in therapy.”
The group that’s assembled for this meeting is not struggling with alcohol, drugs, sex addition or gambling. They’re part of Starborn, an alien experience and awareness support group, catering to those who say they’ve been abducted by aliens.
Many people have wondered: are earthlings living on a speck of dust — alone in the infinite universe or are there other intelligent life forms out there in the cosmos?
Nearly half of all Americans and millions more globally believe we’re not alone, according to a 2000 ABC poll.… Read the rest
US Magazine: Shocking new video footage has revealed the star was severely injured when his hair caught fire from a special effects explosion. The singer was filming a TV ad for Pepsi in the Los Angeles Auditorium in January 27, 1984 when disaster struck.
M. Cohen, MINA: The words ‘Nous ne sommes pas seuls’ or ‘We are not alone’ will be somberly pronounced this week by a senior Government official of the nation that brought the world ‘Liberté, égalité, fraternité’. France is set to concede that it is aware of an alien presence on earth by no later than Friday.
Paris has chosen follow the lead of maverick UFO nation Brazil and resist US pressure to continue delaying disclosure until America feels it is ready for the event.
It is believed that a telephone hot-line has been set up in Paris to deal with queries from panicky citizens. A special division of France’s police department is also to be established: to handle UFO reports.
The French have gone to so much effort to protect their culture from encroaching ‘Anglo-Saxon’ influences and now they are preparing to protect their culture from what might be even more powerful extraterrestrial forces.… Read the rest
Steve Connor, The Independent: The melting of one of the world’s largest ice sheets would alter the Earth’s field of gravity and even its rotation in space so much that it would cause sea levels along some coasts to rise faster than the global average, scientists said yesterday.
The rise in sea levels would be highest on the west and east coasts of North America where increases of 25 per cent more than the global average would cause catastrophic flooding in cities such as New York, Washington DC and San Francisco.
A study into how the West Antarctic Ice Sheet could respond to global warming has found its disintegration would change the focus of the planet’s gravitational field, so sea levels would rise disproportionately more around North America than in other parts of the world. If the ice sheet covering West Antarctica disappears, the loss of so much mass from the southern hemisphere would effectively make the pull of gravity stronger in the northern hemisphere, affecting the spin of the Earth and causing sea levels to rise higher here than in the south, where the mass of ice is currently located.… Read the rest