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Baghdad Battery, First Source of Voltage Storage

Baghdad Battery, First Source of Voltage Storage

February 18, 2015 | By | Add a Comment

( picture, unknown source) Modern day battery technology origins back to 1799 when Alessandro Volta an Italian physicist is credited with its invention. He took two different types of metals, one zinc the other silver and after many experiments determined; By putting a zinc disc down then a silver disc then a disc of damp […]

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ET Calling?

ET Calling?

January 20, 2015 | By | Add a Comment

 A milisecond sun: FRB image plot (picture courtesy Royal Astronomical Society) Source: Royal Astronomical Society paper: The Australian Parkes radio-telescope has picked up a (FRB) Fast Radio Burst signal from deep within our galaxy. Astronomers first realized they received a signal back in 2013 while looking through archival data from “The Dish”. A team of […]

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Paranormal Highway of America (Part 2); Science Channel’s “The Unexplained Files” TV Episode

Paranormal Highway of America (Part 2); Science Channel’s “The Unexplained Files” TV Episode

January 11, 2015 | By | Add a Comment

In a previous post my initial 37 Degree Latitude theory matured into more of a Paranormal Highway that shot across the US. This highway encompasses underground bases, military structures, caves, some sacred Native American sites, UFO crashes and other very interesting sites like Fort Knox, Area 51, and a little higher up the 38 degree […]

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Odd Happenings in Southern Colorado

Odd Happenings in Southern Colorado

November 10, 2014 | By | Add a Comment

On October 31st, 2014, The Pueblo Chieftain newspaper, of Pueblo Colorado, printed the following article. Thanks to the writer Jon Pompia, for taking the time to get this valuable information out to the public.   October 31, 2014 9:40 AM Jon Pompia The Pueblo Chieftain, Colo. (MCT) The bizarre mutilation of cattle. Black helicopters shining […]

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Star of India, San Diego; A Ghost Ship?

October 28, 2014 | By | Add a Comment

Nestled in the bay of San Diego, California, is the famous Maritime Museum. The museum hosts many boats on display like a ferryboat named Berkeley, a Cold War Russian B-39 attack submarine, and proudly floating in front of them all, the majestic, Star of India. Exerts from the Maritime website: The Star of India is the world’s […]

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