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CitatShuttle Mission Return Delayed Due To "Mystery Object"
am surprins pe fuga la stiri ca s-au depistat si alte obiecte... Nasa spune ca sunt "space debris", resturi de la activitatile de pe ISS si naveta.
Acuma or sa apara variantele:
1) NASA minte si incearca sa musamalizeze, au fost niste OZN-uri!
2) au fost niste resturi, asa cum spune NASA

Sa vedem ce iese ...
David Sereda: "Evidence - The case for NASA UFO's" ... Evidence ?!


Eu personal nu am vazut nici un video cu acele obiecte si nici fotografii deci NU pot sa ma pronunt ci doar sa ghicesc.Cred ca au fost niste resturi asa cum a spus NASA :-D LOL


Little "Alien Men" Scurried Across Her Porch...By Ken Korczak

Puteti citi tot articolul de la sursa originala de pe legatura de mai jos:

CitatNOTE: Here is a story told to me by a Deputy Sheriff of Marshall County in Northern Minnesota. The Deputy asked me to change his name because he feared he would be fired for telling this story.


Read FBI files online :-D


Find out what the government knew about some of the strangest occurences in recent history! From strange sightings to cover-up operations, you'll find the FBI files here.


Galaxy gardening more than hobby for future moon, Mars residents

CitatSpecial chambers had to be built to
create conditions similar to the moon
and Mars for NASA-funded project
aimed at finding ways to grow plants
in space. The research is being done
by Texas Agricultural Experiment
Station scientists. Credit: Texas
Agricultural Experiment Station photo
by Kathleen Phillips


Massachusetts Residents Share Details of Reported UFO Encounter

CitatA man and woman in Billerica claim their lives have been altered since a huge, luminous object they said appeared over their porch one winter evening, levitating the woman, blistering the man's hand, and leaving white, powdery material that quickly disappeared afterward.


UFO Fleet' Sparks Panic in London


Published: Wednesday, 29 November, 2006, 11:18 AM Doha Time
LONDON: A UFO scare was sparked after the police were flooded with calls about a fleet of "spaceships" invading the coast of Britain.

Thousands of people spotted the bright orange orbs off the Channel coast at Brighton.

Police and air traffic control centres were inundated by reports of the strange spectacle, the Daily Express reported.

Shocked witness James Gordon-Johnson said: "I hadn't been drinking. I was sceptical about UFOs before but this has changed my mind.

"I saw this big orange light in the sky. Then another one appeared in mid-air. Then another. And another."

Experts are baffled by the phenomenon, but believe it could be linked to a meteor shower.– London Evening Standard

Articol preluat de la sursa: http://www.ufocasebook.com/londonpanic.html


Credeti sau nu credeti...unele experimente cu chimera sau facut deja in unele baze militare top secret.S-a obtinut acea chimera,un animal puternic,mostruos.Acum va las sa cititi cate putin dintr-o alta sursa.

Articol preluat de la sursa: http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2005/01/0125_050125_chimeras.html

CitatAnimal-Human Hybrids Spark Controversy

Maryann Mott
National Geographic News

January 25, 2005
Scientists have begun blurring the line between human and animal by producing chimeras—a hybrid creature that's part human, part animal.

Chinese scientists at the Shanghai Second Medical University in 2003 successfully fused human cells with rabbit eggs. The embryos were reportedly the first human-animal chimeras successfully created. They were allowed to develop for several days in a laboratory dish before the scientists destroyed the embryos to harvest their stem cells.

In Minnesota last year researchers at the Mayo Clinic created pigs with human blood flowing through their bodies.

And at Stanford University in California an experiment might be done later this year to create mice with human brains.

Scientists feel that, the more humanlike the animal, the better research model it makes for testing drugs or possibly growing "spare parts," such as livers, to transplant into humans.

Watching how human cells mature and interact in a living creature may also lead to the discoveries of new medical treatments.

But creating human-animal chimeras—named after a monster in Greek mythology that had a lion's head, goat's body, and serpent's tail—has raised troubling questions: What new subhuman combination should be produced and for what purpose? At what point would it be considered human? And what rights, if any, should it have?

There are currently no U.S. federal laws that address these issues.

Ethical Guidelines

The National Academy of Sciences, which advises the U.S. government, has been studying the issue. In March it plans to present voluntary ethical guidelines for researchers.

A chimera is a mixture of two or more species in one body. Not all are considered troubling, though.

For example, faulty human heart valves are routinely replaced with ones taken from cows and pigs. The surgery—which makes the recipient a human-animal chimera—is widely accepted. And for years scientists have added human genes to bacteria and farm animals.


An ancient Etruscan statue of a chimera found in north-central Italy. The mythic beast had a lion's body, serpent's tail, and goat's head.

Photograph by James P. Blair, copyright National Geographic Society

CitatWhat's caused the uproar is the mixing of human stem cells with embryonic animals to create new species.

Biotechnology activist Jeremy Rifkin is opposed to crossing species boundaries, because he believes animals have the right to exist without being tampered with or crossed with another species.

He concedes that these studies would lead to some medical breakthroughs. Still, they should not be done.

"There are other ways to advance medicine and human health besides going out into the strange, brave new world of chimeric animals," Rifkin said, adding that sophisticated computer models can substitute for experimentation on live animals.

"One doesn't have to be religious or into animal rights to think this doesn't make sense," he continued. "It's the scientists who want to do this. They've now gone over the edge into the pathological domain."

David Magnus, director of the Stanford Center for Biomedical Ethics at Stanford University, believes the real worry is whether or not chimeras will be put to uses that are problematic, risky, or dangerous.

Human Born to Mice Parents?

For example, an experiment that would raise concerns, he said, is genetically engineering mice to produce human sperm and eggs, then doing in vitro fertilization to produce a child whose parents are a pair of mice.

"Most people would find that problematic," Magnus said, "but those uses are bizarre and not, to the best of my knowledge, anything that anybody is remotely contemplating. Most uses of chimeras are actually much more relevant to practical concerns."

Last year Canada passed the Assisted Human Reproduction Act, which bans chimeras. Specifically, it prohibits transferring a nonhuman cell into a human embryo and putting human cells into a nonhuman embryo.

Cynthia Cohen is a member of Canada's Stem Cell Oversight Committee, which oversees research protocols to ensure they are in accordance with the new guidelines.

She believes a ban should also be put into place in the U.S.

Creating chimeras, she said, by mixing human and animal gametes (sperms and eggs) or transferring reproductive cells, diminishes human dignity.

"It would deny that there is something distinctive and valuable about human beings that ought to be honored and protected," said Cohen, who is also the senior research fellow at Georgetown University's Kennedy Institute of Ethics in Washington, D.C.

But, she noted, the wording on such a ban needs to be developed carefully. It shouldn't outlaw ethical and legitimate experiments—such as transferring a limited number of adult human stem cells into animal embryos in order to learn how they proliferate and grow during the prenatal period.

Irv Weissman, director of Stanford University's Institute of Cancer/Stem Cell Biology and Medicine in California, is against a ban in the United States.

"Anybody who puts their own moral guidance in the way of this biomedical science, where they want to impose their will—not just be part of an argument—if that leads to a ban or moratorium. ... they are stopping research that would save human lives," he said.

Mice With Human Brains

Weissman has already created mice with brains that are about one percent human.

Later this year he may conduct another experiment where the mice have 100 percent human brains. This would be done, he said, by injecting human neurons into the brains of embryonic mice.

Before being born, the mice would be killed and dissected to see if the architecture of a human brain had formed. If it did, he'd look for traces of human cognitive behavior.

Weissman said he's not a mad scientist trying to create a human in an animal body. He hopes the experiment leads to a better understanding of how the brain works, which would be useful in treating diseases like Alzheimer's or Parkinson's disease.

The test has not yet begun. Weissman is waiting to read the National Academy's report, due out in March.

William Cheshire, associate professor of neurology at the Mayo Clinic's Jacksonville, Florida, branch, feels that combining human and animal neurons is problematic.

"This is unexplored biologic territory," he said. "Whatever moral threshold of human neural development we might choose to set as the limit for such an experiment, there would be a considerable risk of exceeding that limit before it could be recognized."

Cheshire supports research that combines human and animal cells to study cellular function. As an undergraduate he participated in research that fused human and mouse cells.

But where he draws the ethical line is on research that would destroy a human embryo to obtain cells, or research that would create an organism that is partly human and partly animal.

"We must be cautious not to violate the integrity of humanity or of animal life over which we have a stewardship responsibility," said Cheshire, a member of Christian Medical and Dental Associations. "Research projects that create human-animal chimeras risk disturbing fragile ecosystems, endanger health, and affront species integrity."


Citeste toata povestea la: http://www.bermuda-triangle.org/html/bruce_gernon.html

Citat"It has become a permanent part of my memory,  since I have been memorizing it for over 30 years. I have done this in the hopes that someday I will contribute to the solving of this mystery." Bruce Gernon


Cica un OZN s- a prabusit in Mexic, sunt si niste poze, in care un OZN apare incarcat pe un trailer.

Parerea mea este ca e vorba de un fals, daca un OZN s-a prabusit atunci l-ar fi tranzportat in timpul noptii si ar fi fost acoperit, nu?




NASA wants permanent moon base
Puteti citi tot articolul aici: http://www.cnn.com/2006/TECH/space/12/04/moon.base/index.html

CitatHOUSTON, Texas (CNN) -- NASA's plans for returning people to the moon -- an objective called for by President Bush in 2004 -- includes establishing a permanent outpost that would be used to prepare for a manned trip to Mars.

The moon base would be at either the north or south pole of the moon, NASA Deputy Administrator Shana Dale said during a news conference Monday at the Johnson Space Center in Houston.


Report suggests Mars microbes overlooked

CitatThe NASA Viking Lander is pictured in a Mars simulation laboratory in this undated file photo. Two NASA space probes that visited Mars 30 years ago may have stumbled upon alien microbes on the Red Planet and inadvertently killed them, a scientist theorizes in a paper released Sunday, Jan. 7, 2007. (AP Photo)

puteti citi articolul aici: http://www.boston.com/news/world/europe/articles/2007/01/07/report_suggests_mars_microbes_overlooked/



Large rings on dry lake bed visible from the air - photo included
Soure: http://www.nuforc.org/webreports/053/S53927.html

CitatOccurred : 12/9/2006 12:00 (Entered as : 12/09/06)
Reported: 12/11/2006 11:16:19 AM 11:16
Posted: 12/14/2006
Location: Twenty Nine Palms/Joshua Tree Monument, CA
Shape: Unknown
Large rings on dry lake bed visible from the air - photo included

Over the weekend, my partner and I flew a Stearman to Palm Springs. About halfway there, we discovered a hard packed dry lake bed.

Upon looking closer, we noticed two perfect circles (one inside the other) with a line connecting the two. These circles are at least 100 yards across (Maybe much larger; hard to tell).

From the ground we noticed they are not at all visible (we landed to check it out). There was one set of car tire tracks which could easily be seen from the ground and we could see the tracks left from our landing, but these perfect circles were not visible from the ground - only from the air.

We could think of no "reasonable" or logical explanation for these markings.

Also, as the light changed they became harder to see from the air. These were most visible late morning from approximately 500 feet AGL.