Sunday, February 20, 2011

Fortean / Alternative News: Strange Texas Lights, Man-Eating Elephant and ET Genes in Human DNA


Strange Lights - Coleman, Texas

MUFON CMS - 2/17/2011 - unedited: It all started out with my wife and I traveling south on US 283 towards Coleman, TX at night. With my cruise control set, the radio tuned and near perfect driving conditions I was set for the long haul south to San Antonio. Driving down the dark, desolate highway with hardly any traffic I remained focused on the highway searching for the one line backer deer to confront my three quarter ton truck. In the course of driving I looked over to see a green sign telling me I had ten miles to Coleman and my wife telling me to look over at the full moon that was on its way up like a homesick angel. I gazed at the moon for several seconds and observed several airliners passing by along with a low flying airplane with distinguishable nav lights and anti-collision lights. We continued driving when my wife said look at the satellite moving across the sky towards the moon. With a clear sky I was able to locate the moving object and watched it travel from the south to the east and disappear as most satellites do. I continued my drive down the highway when my wife pointed towards the moon and said look. I looked and observed an orange light directly below the rising moon which appeared stationary for several seconds and then disappeared. My first thought was Dyess Air Force Base was in nearby Abilene and that the B-1B bombers were out playing and lighting the afterburners. I continued to search for the orange light for several minutes with no sight. Finally we arrived in Coleman, TX. I located a Pizza Hut off the highway and pulled in for some gratification. As I exited my truck I looked towards the moon and saw the same color object, but smaller in size with no movement or noise. Usually if a bomber with a lit afterburner was near we would hear the rumble. I told my wife, but she missed that sighting. We walked in grabbed a few pizzas and sat down at a booth facing towards the direction of the moon so we could try to see anymore lights. It was almost humorous to be eating pizza and the both of us focused on the outside. Eventually we look out the window and pointed at the mysterious light and about the same time an airplane flies near it, which then made me realize what we saw was not at all an airplane. The light in no way resembled an airplane. The light remained on and eventually disappeared. Minutes later the same colored light comes on in which we both pointed to it in excitement and then two more lights appeared spaced apart. As before they remained on for several seconds and disappeared. My wife and I thought what the hell. The waitress comes by to fill our cups when I asked her if there have been people in the local area reporting lights or seeing strange objects. The young girl said there have been reports online and in the Coleman paper about people spotting mysterious lights. Even A&E did a report about UFO sightings in Stephenville, TX. We explained to her what we saw when she became excited and said, "Really?!" She started to look out the window and became excited as we were. I told her now that the out of towners told a third person the mysterious lights will not light up the sky to only show us as being crazy. I will tell you this, I have never seen anything like that before and my wife and I will say, what we saw that night was not an airplane, but most definitely an unidentified flying object. I truly believe we were visited by the outside. Take care and hopefully this helps.

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Idiots....

HP - Tuscaloosa, AL -- The Religious Right, together with representatives of the Christian Coalition and the American Family Association, is organizing a multi-state march on one tiny village in Pennsylvania, demanding that it immediately change its name. The name? "Intercourse." One dictionary definition defines "intercourse" as "Dealings or communications between persons or groups." It's that other definition, however, that's got the conservative groups' goat. The Christian Coalition's Lydia Hopwinkle explains, "Here it is, right here in Webster's - 'Intercourse - physical sexual contact between individuals that involves the genitalia of at least one person.' Now, I don't know about you, but I wouldn't want to live in a place named after a sexual act, and I wouldn't want my children, or anyone else's children, living there, either!"

Complicating the matter is the fact that Intercourse happens to be an Amish village, and the generally conservative, pious Amish apparently don't seem to be bothered by the name. "What could they possibly have been thinking?" asks Andrew Gutierrez, of the American Family Association. "The place was founded in 1754. It's not like they haven't had time to change the name. There are lots of safe, respectful Christian names. How 'bout 'Springfield'?"

While the Religious Right has not yet mentioned any plans to go after every city or town with a suggestive-sounding name, perhaps the following Pennsylvania towns might want to be on alert for possible future protest marches: Blue Ball, Bird-in-Hand, Virginville, Puseyville, Fertility, Bareville, and Mount Joy.

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Man-Eating Elephant In India

HP - After a rogue elephant killed 17 people in India, locals knew it had to be stopped. Once the animal was killed, DNA tests on the contents of its stomach revealed something even more terrifying: the elephant had consumed human flesh.

According to zoologist Dave Salmoni, humans are to blame for the herbivore's shocking behavior. In this clip from his new TV show, he claims this particular man-eating elephant lashed out in an act of revenge after her calf was killed.

Elephants have recently witnessed their homes destroyed to make room for crop fields. Raids have forced elephant herds to split up, and the animals can grow exhausted and increasingly stressed and in turn, aggressive.

Elephants aren't the only ones reacting aggressively to human imposition. ABC News reports that in one part of India, tigers killed 14 people from just one village last year. The Bengal species is being threatened by rising sea levels and hunters encroaching on their territory.

But when it comes to the elephants, Salmoni is clear on who's to blame, stating that the animals "are man-made monsters. It's us, not the elephants, who will decide what happens next."

"World's Deadliest Towns: Killer Elephants" debuts February 21st on Animal Planet.



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Scientists find Extraterrestrial genes in Human DNA

A group of researchers working at the Human Genome Project indicate that they made an astonishing scientific discovery: They believe so-called 97% non-coding sequences in human DNA is no less than genetic code of extraterrestrial life forms.

The non-coding sequences are common to all living organisms on Earth, from moulds to fish to humans. In human DNA, they constitute larger part of the total genome, says Prof. Sam Chang, the group leader. Non-coding sequences, originally known as "junk DNA", were discovered years ago, and their function remained a mystery. The overwhelming majority of Human DNA is "Off-world" in origin. The apparent "extraterrestrial junk genes" merely "enjoy the ride" with hard working active genes, passed from generation to generation.

After comprehensive analysis with the assistance of other scientists, computer programmers, mathematicians, and other learned scholars, Professor Chang had wondered if the apparently "junk Human DNA" was created by some kind of "extraterrestrial programmer". The alien chunks within Human DNA, Professor Chang further observes, "have its own veins, arteries, and its own immune system that vigorously resists all our anti-cancer drugs." - Continue reading at Scientists find Extraterrestrial genes in Human DNA

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ORBs, Extreme Possibility One And Two - Making The Case

As `Clockers' know, UDCC has been ALL over this emerging and seemingly intensifying ORB phenomena. (Or, is it really increasing? As we know, there has been a HUGE increase in videotaping ability by humans in recent years, which could account for the seeming incidence of `caught events'. And, of course, there simply are MORE humans - as our world now approaches the 7 billion mark; which could also lead to an increase in available sources of video.)

But, that said, at least at some level, the phenomena seems to be changing - whether it is the `multiple orb' phenomena of singular orbs floating/moving together - or the `multiple orb' phenomena of `releasing orbs' (from `a quote', `mothership', - or - simply a middle space or source space). UP TO the phenomena - seemingly shown a few times in recent months - of a HUGE drop towards the ground. Clockers know I'm referring to the El Paso and Jerusalem Drops. - Continue reading at ORBs, Extreme Possibility One And Two - Making The Case

1 comment :

Jum said...

Re: "Idiots" -

Unfortunately the whole going-after-Intercourse story isn't true: it's a satire piece from 5 1/2 years ago. It originated in the July 18, 2005, Weekly World News.* (Tellingly, it's on the same page as an article about Bigfoot being summoned to North Dakota jury duty.) The author of the Intercourse piece you linked in Huffington Post is Mark Miller, a humorist on staff there. Miller I presume is the same "Mark Miller" who wrote the WWN piece, and was in fact working for WWN when the piece originally ran there in 2005. Looks like Miller figured there would be no overlap of readers between WWN and HP, & that he'd never get burned for recycling article if he ran it at HP. Oops, wrong.

It's certainly not your fault, Lon. There's no mention that the piece is satire until the second page of the comments, which is hidden from view, when Miller responds to a commenter's suggestion that it is a joke"

"Ah, at last; thank you! I was wondering how long this comment would take to appear. :)

(That said, now that the idea has been planted, I wouldn't put it past the Religious Right to actually get up in arms about something like this.)"


So HP kinda set us all up. The bastards - they killed Kenny.

I know how important accuracy is ti you, & what care you take to get it right; so I figured you'd want to make a correction.


* I would've posted the link to the WWN article but it's about eleventy-thousand characters. I ran it down it by Googling "American Family Association" and "Andrew Guiterrez", and my first hit was to the correct page.

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