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It's too purty to spend a day indoors, especially way down in the Lone Star State so pick up where Max McNabb left off with the Texas Bigfoot Research Center's map of recent sightings. You're bound to spot something 'round those clusters, even if you follow your nose like Kelly Garrahan. Who? She's the one who found that Bizarre Animal Carcass Found In Florida just the other day, and fortunately Tim Binnall was sunning himself in a nearby trailer park to get the 411. As for everyone else, find smug satisfaction in Nick Redfern's Strange Tale Of A Strange Tail from when humans are born with a little extra. Those of you who might be antiquing today, keep an eye out for Loren Colman as he's announced Wanted: Menehune Bank to expand his exhaustive collection over at the International Cryptozoology Museum. (CS)

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Just when you thought physics was stagnating, Shanhui Fan and pals turn the paradigm on its side by doing the seemingly impossible: harnessing negative illumination. Who even knew there was such a thing as negative illumination in the first place? Stranger still, these eggheads are harvesting heat as they produce lower temperatures. Perhaps the cryo-arithmetic engines imagined by Alastair Reynolds aren't too wild of a possiblity. Also from the hallowed halls of science, Researchers Shed New Light On The Atomic Wave Function demonstrating our ability to observe quantum mechanics. While such observations are a pipe dream on the macro scale, the Joint Quantum Institute, National Institute of Standards and Technology, the University of Maryland, along with the University of Chicago have measured the positions of 100,000 atoms. It's enough to make one wonder which of those ytterbium atoms exist in a Nazi parallel world. Physics not your cup of tea? An Artificial Life Form Has Been Given Synthetic DNA paving the way for designer bacteria or biogenic weapons. Not sufficiently frightened nor awed? Roland Pease spills the beans for potential future applications of this emerging field of biology. (CS)

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King Tut's dagger, among artifacts, aren't the only out-of-this-world objects known to Nighted Khem. A new study uncovered by Peter Dockrill illustrates how the cosmic and telluric came together to create something wonderful. A little more on the exotic side, turns out Antimatter Behaves Exactly The Same As Regular Matter In Double Slit Experiments. As if the simplest proof of the quantum universe wasn't already awesome enough, Matt Williams lays out the fundamentals and how a brace of brainiacs have turned the paradigm upon its ear. Further afield, Paul Seaburn takes a break from his stargazing to break the news how a Strange Star In The Big Dipper Is From Another Galaxy. While stopping short of building a dyson sphere to keep out intergalactic interlopers, Paul describes how earthbound astronomers can trace the "genetics" of the poetically-named J1124+4535. Maybe someday the humanities will have a resurgence. (CS)

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What else is there to say about one of UFOlogy's luminaries who passed away on Monday. From personal correspondence, many are still processing Stan's life and legacy much like Tim Binnall. Looking askance at Friedman's contributions? He was on Coast2Coast AM more than forty times. Many of you haven't touched that many women. Also speaking from the heart, and throwing around his weight as Stan's heir-apparent, Red Pill Junkie gets a little choked up typing out RIP Stanton Friedman. He remembers the time he met Friedman with Greg Bishop, and the following conversation deserving of everyone's envy. Since RPJ is a class act, he gives Tim a callback for the late and lamented Binnall of America where Stan piped up every now and again during their holiday spectaculars. (CS)

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As if the Black Monarch's name, and sordid history, weren't sexy enough for Paul Seaburn, he's dug deeper into the good red earth of Colorado to uncover a web of high strangeness surrounding it in the sleepy town of Victor. Running with this theme, Tim Binnall's been puzzling over this Ghost Photographed At Infamous Haunted Spot In Scotland leading to some curious conclusions. As the oppressive heat and humidity encroaches upon the northern hemisphere, Brent Swancer has the right idea by investigating Hauntings Along Alaska’s Historic Iditarod Trail and the spooks we know you'll love. (CS)

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Here's Jeremy Barnes's brush with possible reincarnation regarding his daughter. Kids seem to remember more, and Jeremy looks at some of the nuts and bolts behind the phenomenon. In case you don't have a little one to share the secrets of the universe, Jenny Randles reckons Jens Schlieter's What's It's Like To Be Dead is a challenging, but informative primer on What To Do In Magonia When You're Dead covering every aspect of near-death experiences. (CS)

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Taking advantage of an anniversary of sorts, George Knapp enlists Area 51 whistleblower Bob Lazar and filmmaker Jeremy Corbell in a comparison of "Lazar's UFO" with the flight characteristics demonstrated by the Naval F/A-18 GIMBAL and FLIR-1 videos. Whether the similarity is as close as claimed is another story. Some might wonder whether the article is meant to keep interest up, perhaps until the To The Stars/History tv series airs at the close of this month. Nonetheless, the piece is visual and interesting on several scores. Brett Tingley's Navy Pilot Says Nimitz UFO Was 'Aware That We Were There' basically covers that "media fill" question and sets this whole Biggest Recent UFO Story into a kind of possible context. Alejandro Rojas and Martin Willis hype the new tv series in their prelude to the actual Kevin Day -- UFOs Observed on Navy Radar Systems interview. The following Day dialogue fleshes out the background to the stunning 2004 Nimitz aerial confrontations, of which there were five and perhaps as many as eight. Day offers his concern that potentially misunderstood future Nimitz-type events could trigger military actions in certain sensitive geopolitical areas. He also discusses the questions of "Disclosure" and "Confirmation," and why the latter, not the former, has already occurred. "The cat's out of the bag on this," Day concludes. And Anthony Bragalia has The US Navy Saucer Secrets Exposed in another interesting piece, though at times the strength of his sources and conclusions drawn therefrom may be questioned. Bragalia incidentally mentions the sad passing of ufologist Carl Feindt, dead at the age of 81 this past April 21st. (WM)

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Lon Strickler is a busy guy dealing with what seems an endless stream of Hairy Man reports. So here's a roundup of some of the more interesting recently-reported Bigfoot encounters. This first one has an unknown mischief-maker strong enough to toss a series of 500 gallon barrels over a ledge. (Squatchy, what big muscles you have!) Recent Bigfoot Sightings at Sutton Lake, WV suggest some folks are getting confused between the concepts of "Hairy Man" and "Crazy Dude in the Woods" but it's still a good story. Logger's Bigfoot Encounters in Northern California share what every logger allegedly knows: There's something in the forest so always be armed (and make sure your companion runs slower than you do). Bigfoot Encounter in Yosemite National Park may cause some arguments about whether or not to ditch the family camping trip. (We're still camping, but we're not drinking anything after 5 pm!) Bigfoot Encounters Near Catskills Villa Roma Resort proves that the hairy bipedal is far cooler than we could every hope to be, and good at making a lasting impression. (CM)

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This is the first of six episodes of a documentary based on Jeff Kripal's definitive history Esalen: America and the Religion of No Religion and filmed by Jones Cinema Arts about the legendary Esalen Institute and the Human Potential Movement it spawned. Beautifully filmed, those interviewed in the first episode include Jeff Kripal, Richard Tarnas, Nora Bateson, Russell Targ, Elizabeth Rauscher, Nick Herbert, Charles Tart, and of course Michael Murphy, co-founder of The Esalen Institute. Philosopher and computer engineer Bernardo Kastrup has written several books in his own attempt to understand the nature of reality. In How Anyone Can Understand The True Nature Of Reality he provides a how-to guide through his works, including his bestseller Why Materialism Is Baloney. He doesn't pull punches. (PH)

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"Strange crawling stump-like creatures" and inquisitive robots leaving figure-eight tread footprints--more from the papers in the file covering Keel's efforts to decipher some strange characters supposedly found by a man named John Reeves. Only here two Reeves families are concerned. "It must have been a bad year to be a Reeves," site manager Doug Skinner allows. With The Reeves Papers (8) we get more of John's herculean efforts to translate the second of the two pages Reeves claimed were alien writing. A more personal form of communication is ostensibly the subject of An Alien Abduction Therapist Explains Extraterrestrial Encounters. The dialogue covers the typical questions that might be posed to an abductee hypnotherapist. (WM)

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