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27 September 2010

Of course life is bizarre, the more bizarre it gets, the more interesting it is. The only way to approach it is to make yourself some popcorn and enjoy the show. –David Gerrold 
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PAG e-NEWS: 27 September 2010
— questioning dogma, ideology, authority, reality, and whatever is left
   — peeking behind the curtain
   — thinking outside the program
   — looking below the surface       
   — lifting the veil
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Published by Peter A. Gersten, Esq. (ufolawyer@msn.com)
 
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ORB REPRODUCTION 101
 
Are we looking at a bizarre life form, a unique form of technology, or something completely different? Whatever these creatures are, they are stranger than fiction.
 
UFO Sighting in Connecticut with white probes shooting in and out
 
 
UFO Sighting of Saucer Dropping Probes
 
 
UFO mothership releasing smaller plasma UFOs
 
 
U.F.O. Orbs leaving the mothership
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

24 September 2010

Who are we? We find that we live on an insignificant planet of a humdrum star lost in a galaxy tucked away in some forgotten corner of a universe in which there are far more galaxies than people. –Carl Sagan
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PAG e-NEWS: 24 September 2010
— questioning dogma, ideology, authority, reality, and whatever is left
   — peeking behind the curtain
   — thinking outside the program
   — looking below the surface       
   — lifting the veil
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Published by Peter A. Gersten, Esq. (ufolawyer@msn.com)
 
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TWINKLE TWINKLE LITTLE HUGE DEVOURING STAR
 
Star light, star bright,
The first star I see tonight;
I wish I may, I wish I might,
Make it real tonight.
 
But alas, the cosmic planetarium persists.
 
Astronomers identify star 10 million times brighter than the Sun
 
Experts identified it among a group of “monster” stars – whose size and brightness exceed what many scientists thought was possible
 
 
Cannibal Star Gobbles Up Companion and Starts Acting Younger
 
Space can be a pretty rough place, and it just got rougher. A study has found evidence of a “cannibal star” that recently devoured a companion star or planet, possibly spawning a second generation of exoplanets in the process.
 
 
Top 10 Star Mysteries
 
From stellar fireworks caused by supernova explosions to invisible black holes, astronomers are gradually figuring out how stars work and what makes each variety unique. Many mysteries remain, however.
 
 
 
 
 

23 September 2010

If we want to make a statement about a man’s nature on the basis of his physiognomy, we must take everything into account; it is in his distress that a man is tested, for then his nature is revealed. –Paracelsus
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PAG e-NEWS: 23 September 2010
— questioning dogma, ideology, authority, reality, and whatever is left
   — peeking behind the curtain
   — thinking outside the program
   — looking below the surface       
   — lifting the veil
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Published by Peter A. Gersten, Esq. (ufolawyer@msn.com)
 
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HUMANITY in DISTRESS
 
Just another day in our rapidly deteriorating biosphere.
 
Transgenic fish swimming towards a plate near you
 
If the US approves genetically modified fish for human consumption, the implications will be global.
 
 
Bee decline already having dramatic effect on pollination of plants.
 
Researchers have found that pollination levels of some plants have dropped by up to 50 per cent in the last two decades. The “pollination deficit” could see a dramatic reduction in the yield from crops.
 
 
Life on this Earth Just Changed: The North Atlantic Current is Gone
 
The Loop Current in the Gulf of Mexico ceased to exist a month ago, the latest satellite data clearly shows that the North Atlantic Current is now GONE and the Gulf Stream begins to break apart approximately 250 miles from the Outer Banks of North Carolina.